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1st Theater Sustainment Command

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First Team Strong Bonds retreat takes holistic approach to help Army families

July 1, 2021 — One way that the Army strengthens its Soldiers and families is by providing training that enhances mental and spiritual readiness. The 1st Theater Sustainment Command’s Unit Ministry Team led from the front and hosted a three-in-one Strong Bonds retreat at the Omni Hotel in Indianapolis June 18-20. The combined event included programs for families, couples, and single Soldiers. MORE
food and people at conference

Our Partnership continues: ASG-KU hosts bilateral engagement

June 24, 2021 — Leaders from Area Support – Group – Kuwait and U.S. Army Central hosted a bilateral engagement with leadership from the Kuwait Ministry of Defense and Kuwait military, June 20, 2021, at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. MORE
U.S. Army Col. John J. Herrman, Area Support Group – Kuwait commander, speaks to Kuwait Air Force Brig. Gen. Fahad Al-Dosari during a bilateral engagement held June 20, 2021, at the Area Support Group – Kuwait Headquarters on Camp Arifjan, Kuwait.  The engagement allowed leaders from both militaries to discuss the continued partnership between the U.S. and Kuwait through the Defense Cooperation Agreement. (U.S. Army photo by Joseph Black)

Curtain falls on ASG-Qatar after three decades supporting readiness, resilience

June 24, 2021 — The Army officially closed Area Support Group-Qatar at a June 10, 2021 ceremony here attended by the 1st Theater Sustainment Command commanding general. MORE
A Stryker armored combat vehicle circles around the Stryker battle damage repair facility at Camp As Sayliyah, Qatar, Oct. 5. The Stryker infantry carrier vehicle had been restored after deterioration during enemy engagement in Iraq.

1st TSC CG coins young riggers on Qatar visit

June 16, 2021 — The commanding general of 1st Theater Sustainment Command coined two riggers deployed here with the Fort Bragg, North Carolina-based 151st Quartermaster Detachment, during his June 10, 2021 visit at the Eric T. Burri U.S. Army Rigging Facility. MORE
The Commanding General of the 1st Theater Sustainment Command, Maj. Gen. John P. Sullivan, stands with Sgt. 1st Class Michelle Metzger, the senior enlisted advisor for the Fort Bragg, N.C., based 151th Quartermaster Detachment, moments before the general presented his command coin to riggers, Spc. Paulo Paulo and Sgt. Joshua Parkinson, during his June 10, 2021 visit. Metzger recommended the riggers for their hard work and dedication during the deployment.

1st Theater Sustainment Command major promotes resiliency while deployed

June 16, 2021 — Army Reserve Maj. Anthony Simms-Hall, theater mortuary officer for the 1st Theater Sustainment Command’s Operational Command Post, dedicates much of his free time to assisting Soldiers with resiliency efforts, by sharing his personal passions and hobbies with deployed Soldiers. MORE
Maj. Anthony Sims-Hall, 1st Theater Sustainment Command, theater mortuary affairs officer, plans resiliency events for Soldiers while they are deployed. Sims-Hall takes his passion for fitness and creativity and tailors it to the needs of Soldiers. “My excitement comes from seeing others increase their morale spirit and know they have an option to do something that’s different, says Sims-Hall.

New micro market opens inside Fowler Hall

June 15, 2021 — On June 14, aligning with the Army’s 246th birthday, Col. Joseph R. Kurz, chief of staff, 1st Theater Sustainment Command, presided over a ceremony to officially open a new micro market in the 1st TSC’s Fowler Hall headquarters building on Fort Knox, Kentucky MORE
Soldiers cut ribbon and open micor market

1st TSC cuts ribbon on M35A2 truck display; honors heroes from Vietnam War

June 15, 2021 — On Monday, June 14, 2021, Col. Joseph R. Kurz, chief of staff, 1st Theater Sustainment Command, spoke to Soldiers about the recently refurbished M35A2 truck now displayed outside of the 1st TSC’s Fowler Hall headquarters building in Fort Knox, Kentucky. Kurz said, “I think it is particularly fitting that we commemorate this piece of history, not only on the U.S. Army’s 246th birthday, but during Army Heritage Month.” MORE
refurbished M35A2 truck

1st TSC CG joins ASG-Qatar colors casing ceremony

June 14, 2021 — The commanding general of the 1st Theater Sustainment Command joined Area Support Group-Qatar's end-of-mission ceremony and casing of the group's colors by its last command team, June 10. MORE
The last command team of Area Support Group-Qatar, Col. Stephen Fabriano (second from the left) and Command Sgt. Maj. Jose Hernandez (third from left), stand with Maj. Gen. John P. Sullivan, the commanding general of the 1st Theater Sustainment Command (far left) and 1st TSC Command Sgt. Maj. Michael J. Perry (far right) at the June 10, 2021 Camp As Sayliyah end of mission ceremony, where ASG-Qatar's colors were cased. The Army established ASG-Qatar in 1992, and for the last three decades, the military and civilian personnel deployed there have supported military and humanitarian operations in the region. The ASG-Qatar was merged with ASG-Jordan as part of the Army's ongoing realignment of assets and personnel. (U.S. Army photo by David Gomes)

Orientation designed to enhance, develop 1st TSC Soldiers

June 11, 2021 — Since the 1st Theater Sustainment Command headquarters is now staffed at 100 percent, a noncommissioned officers orientation has been introduced to provide an overview of what each unit or section does, both here and when deployed to the U.S. Army Central Command area of operations. The orientation is provided by each unit’s senior noncommissioned officer. MORE
Soldiers in Kuwait

American Legion Riders bond with First Team Soldiers

June 11, 2021 — They volunteered, served, deployed, and retired. They are veterans, patriots, Legionnaires, and Riders. The patriotism and courage that pushed some veterans to serve in the military is what continues to drive them to serve in other capacities. Their love for their country and for service members fuels their unselfish desire to give back to their communities and to help those who take the oath of service. MORE
two veterans standing by blackjack statue

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