United States Transportation Command


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United States Transportation Command

The unified command with the mission to provide strategic air, land, and sea transportation and common-user port management for the Department of Defense across the range of military operations. Also called USTRANSCOM. See also global transportation network; single port manager; transportation component command; unified command.
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This research was conducted in parallel to a combined effort between the United States Transportation Command, Defense Logistics Agency, and United States Central Command.
The citation accompanying the award reads: "Headquarters, United States Transportation Command distinguished itself by exceptionally meritorious achievement from 1 March 2007 to 28 February 2010.
So Many, So Much, So Far, So Fast: United States Transportation Command and Strategic Deployment for Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm.
Robertson, USAF, who has been commander-in-chief at the United States Transportation Command since August 1998, would like to retire a dozen C-5As and replace them with C-17s.
United States Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) continues to deliver on behalf of the Nation and I am so proud of all we have accomplished in concert with our commercial and government partners.
United States Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) hosted five Navy Supply Corps Operational Logistic (OPLOG) Transportation interns as part of a USTRANSCOM and component command briefing and tour held at its headquarters on Scott Air Force Base, Illinois.
Illinois USA-based aviation services firm AAR (NYSE: AIR) said that the United States Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) has exercised a renewal option valued at approximately USD 156m for airlift support in Afghanistan through October 31 2014.
The official chronology of the emergence of United States Transportation Command noted in passing that Deputy Secretary Carlucci's position had been "supported at those hearings by the Director of the Joint Staff and Commander, MTMC."
Selva, director, operations, TCJ3, United States Transportation Command, Scott AFB, Ill., to director, Air Force strategic planning, Deputy Chief of Staff, Strategic Plans and Programs, Headquarters, U.S.
Finally, Arlene King describes the Defense Enterprise Accounting and Management System implementation by the Air Force and the United States Transportation Command.
SDMI, now known as Strategic Distribution (SD), is a joint venture between United States Transportation Command and the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA).
Alan Lehman is a Colonel in the Air Force Judge Advocate General's Department Reserve and is currently attached to the United States Transportation Command, Scott Air Force Base, Illinois , as the Senior Individual Mobilization Augmenter to the Chief Counsel.

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