1st Theater Sustainment Command


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1st Theater Sustainment Command honors volunteers, receives unit award

May 18, 2021 — Maj. Gen. John P. Sullivan, commanding general, 1st Theater Sustainment Command, and his wife, Jennifer Sullivan, presented volunteer awards to Soldiers, civilians and military spouses of the 1st TSC during a ceremony held Friday, May 14, outside the command headquarters here. A Meritorious Unit Commendation was also awarded to the 1st TSC to open the ceremony. MORE
woman accepts award

'Desert Medics' restart COVID-19 vaccinations in CENTCOM footprint

May 13, 2021 — After a roughly one-month pause, the "Desert Medics" of the 3rd Medical Command (Deployment Support) relaunched the COVID-19 vaccination effort for personnel deployed across U.S. Central Command's area of responsibility. MORE
'Desert Medics' restart COVID-19 vaccinations in CENTCOM footprint

First Team Best Warriors push each other to achieve success

May 10, 2021 — As vapors rose from our skin, exposed to the cold crisp air outside of the Anderson aquatic center at Fort Knox, Kentucky, the next words uttered were, “What’s our next hit time, sergeant?” The question was posed by Spc. James Spoerl, human resources specialist and half of the duo designated to represent the 1st Theater Sustainment Command in the Fort Knox combined Best Warrior Competition. MORE
command sergeant major talks to soldiers

1st TSC volunteers wrap up Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention month making SpringHaven look a little brighter

May 6, 2021 — Volunteers from the 1st Theater Sustainment Command wrapped up Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month with some community service at the SpringHaven Inc., domestic violence shelter in Elizabethtown, Kentucky, April 30. About 30 Soldiers and civilian employees delivered donations collected throughout the month, and then spent Friday afternoon conducting area beautification, which included weeding and spreading new mulch on the playground. They also weeded other gardens and planted flowers and hostas. MORE
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1st TSC family life chaplain blends theology, psychology to help Soldiers

May 6, 2021 — Army Reserve Maj. Eric Hughes, deployed here and serving as the 1st Theater Sustainment Command's operational command post family life chaplain, was reluctant to follow his vocation. MORE
Army Reserve Maj. Eric Hughes, deployed to Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, with the Indianapolis-based 310th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary), to serve as the 1st Theater Sustainment Command's operational command post family life chaplain, speaks at an April 14, 2021 training for the camp's chaplains and enlisted religious affairs specialists. Hughes said he heard the call to ministry during his 2005-2006 deployment to Bagram, Afghanistan, as a Kansas Air National Guard staff sergeant and munitions technician assigned to A-10 Thunderbolts and AC-130s.

Strong bonds build better Soldiers

May 4, 2021 — We all express love in different ways. Learning about the ways in which we love transforms our relationships. Temperament plays a key role in how we communicate at work, with friends, and with romantic partners. The love languages we use and our temperaments determine how we communicate. These were the main topics taught to a group of 1st Theater Sustainment Command soldiers at a Strong Bonds singles retreat held in Lexington, Kentucky, March 26-28, 2021. MORE
1st Theater Sustainment Command Soldiers attended a Strong Bonds singles retreat hosted by the Unit Ministry Team at Lexington, Kentucky, March 26, 2021.  The singles retreat focused on communication. Learning the ways individuals communicate enhances relationships with co-workers, family members and friends. (Army photo by Spc. Ontiveros)

100 years of family legacy of service to our nation working in logistics

May 3, 2021 — The U.S. Army of today is very different from the Army of past generations. As an Army, we have made great strides towards diversity and inclusion for all individuals who have volunteered to serve, which is something that Lt. Col. Jermon Tillman can appreciate first hand. MORE
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1st TSC completes port operations in Saudi Arabia for Logistics Exercise 21

May 3, 2021 — Soldiers deployed to support the 1st Theater Sustainment Command conducted port operations at Saudi’s King Fahd Industrial Port at Yanbu, April 19-26, 2021 as part of Logistics Exercise 21 (LOGEX). MORE
Capt. Shayna Taylor, officer in charge of the port support element, 1st Battalion, 35th Armored Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored Division, ground guides the driver of an M2/A2 Bradley Fighting Vehicle to the proper staging area as part of the logistics exercise, LOGEX 21, at  the industrial port at Yanbu, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia April 20, 2021. LOGEX 21 demonstrates the 1st Theater Sustainment Command’s readiness and ability to provide responsive support to U.S. and partner nation forces from anywhere in the U.S. Central Command theater, exercising the Trans-Arabian Network.  (U.S. Army photo by Capt. Elizabeth Rogers)

Strong Bonds build better Soldiers

May 3, 2021 — We all express love in different ways. Learning about the ways in which we love transforms our relationships. Temperament plays a key role in how we communicate at work, with friends, and with romantic partners. The love languages we use and our temperaments determine how we communicate. MORE
1st Theater Sustainment Command Soldiers attended a Strong Bonds singles retreat hosted by the Unit Ministry Team at Lexington, Kentucky, March 26, 2021.  The singles retreat focused on communication. Learning the ways individuals communicate enhances relationships with co-workers, family members and friends. (Army photo by Spc. Ontiveros)

Military Working Dog Receives Emergency Care in the Sinai

May 3, 2021 — When Larry, a veteran military working dog began showing signs of severe illness, his handler Spc. Jordan Kawakami, of 89th Military Police Brigade of Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri who is currently assigned to Task Force Sinai at North Camp, Sinai, Egypt knew something wasn’t right. MORE
SOUTH CAMP, Sinai, Egypt - Maj. Melissa North, the Force veterinarian assigned to Medical Company, Task Force Sinai poses with Larry, a military working dog assigned to Task Force Sinai at South Camp Clinic, Sinai, Egypt April 20, 2021, following surgery performed on the German Shepard a few days earlier. Medical personnel is confident the eight-year-old German Shepard will make a full recovery. (Courtesy photo by Maj. Melissa North)

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