1st Theater Sustainment Command


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14th HRSC Soldiers commemorate Black History Month

February 23, 2022 — The 14th Human Resources Sustainment Center, 1st Theater Sustainment Command commemorated Black History Month with a program and potluck luncheon Feb. 17 here. MORE
Pfc. Cheaves

Why I serve: ‘I want to continue to be a part of something bigger’

February 15, 2022 — Chief Warrant Officer 3 Benteal Y. Currie is headed to the White House. The human resources technician, deployed here with the Fort Bragg, North Carolina, based 3rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command, learned in the fall of 2021 that she was accepted to become part of the White House Communications Agency team. MORE
Chief Warrant Officer 3 Benteal Y. Currie is headed to the White House. The human resources technician, deployed to Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, with the Fort Bragg, North Carolina, based 3rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command, learned in the fall of 2021 that she was accepted to become part of the White House Communications Agency team. “This will be my first joint assignment," Currie said. "I love to learn and I want to see how we connect the dots in that particular organization.”

1st TSC soldier sixth in family to serve

February 11, 2022 — Americans serve in the U.S. military for many reasons. This 1st Theater Sustainment Command Soldier’s family legacy of service is what inspired him to serve. Spc. Michael Washington Jr., a unit supply specialist for the battalion S-4, Special Troops Battalion, 1st TSC, is the sixth person in his family to serve in the military and is proud of that lineage. MORE
Spc. Michael Washington Jr.

‘First Team’ Soldiers awarded Green to Gold scholarships

February 11, 2022 — The commanding general for 1st Theater Sustainment Command selected two noncommissioned officers serving in the Middle East to receive Army Reserve Officer Training Corps Green to Gold Division Commander’s Hip Pocket Scholarships. MORE
Sgt. Julia Elmore, a combat medic assigned to Task Force Sinai serving in Egypt, is the recipient of an Army Reserve Officer Training Corps Green to Gold Division Commander’s Hip Pocket Scholarship. Elmore was one of two noncommissioned officers Maj. Gen. Michel M. Russell, commanding general of 1st Theater Sustainment Command, selected for two-year scholarships. (Photo courtesy of Capt. Arielle Weeks)

Three ‘Spears Ready’ NCOs selected to attend Army’s Sergeants Major Academy

February 9, 2022 — Three “Spears Ready” senior noncommissioned officers have been selected to attend class 73 of the Army’s Sergeants Major Academy on Fort Bliss, Texas, this year. Master Sgt. Vantha Chhim, Master Sgt. Jamel C. Fulks, and Master Sgt. Yadriana M. Kavitz, assigned to the Fort Bragg, N.C., based 3rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command, have been deployed here since August of 2021 staffing the 1st Theater Sustainment Command operational command post. MORE
four senior NCOs

BOSS Program connects ‘First Team’ Soldiers with activities and each other

February 8, 2022 — Single Soldiers serving with the 1st Theater Sustainment Command have the opportunity to participate in the Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers program here. The mission of the BOSS program is to enhance the morale and welfare of single Soldiers, increase retention and sustain combat readiness. MORE
A group of BOSS volunteers

From Tunisia to California: Soldier discusses why he serves

January 28, 2022 — Spc. Mohamed A. Mannai is ready to take advantage of all the opportunities the Army has to offer. The 29-year-old utilities equipment repairer is assigned to the Fort Riley, Kansas, based 24th Composite Truck Company, which recently redeployed from Camp Buehring, Kuwait. While deployed, the company supported the mission of the 3rd Infantry Division Sustainment Brigade, 1st Theater Sustainment Command. MORE
Spc. Mohamed A. Mannai, a utilities equipment repairer assigned to the Fort Riley, Kansas, based 24th Composite Truck Company, enlisted in the Army to deploy and to take advantage of educational benefits. The Soldier plans to complete a master’s degree in aerospace engineering with an emphasis in space flight mechanics.

1st TSC financial management analyst finds work purposeful and rewarding

January 21, 2022 — She left her first love – New York City – for her Soldier in the rolling hills of Kentucky, and took a career leap by joining the 1st Theater Sustainment Command. That move has brought her a true sense of purpose in her work. MORE
civilian employee and her pet bird

U.S. Army Sustainment Soldiers achieve mission success during Operation Provider Caravan

January 21, 2022 — U.S. Army motor transport operators from the 3rd Division Sustainment Brigade departed here Dec. 20, embarking on an almost 1,200-mile trip to their home base in Kuwait. MORE
American Soldier and Saudi official speak

Why I serve: ‘It’s the best of both worlds’

January 21, 2022 — Staff Sgt. Omar Gonzalez Mena is passionate about helping people. The petroleum supply specialist, deployed here with the 3rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command, has spent much of his adult life teaching; first as an educator on his native island of Puerto Rico, and today as a noncommissioned officer in the Army. MORE
Soldier father with son

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