Chief of Transportation receives first star
Maj. Gen. Larry D. Wyche, Combined Arms Support Command and Fort Lee commanding general, left, and Jennifer Sullivan pin the rank of brigadier general on Brig. Gen. John P. Sullivan during his April 25 promotion ceremony. (U.S. Army photograph by Keith Desbois)

FORT LEE, Va. - Congratulations to Brig. Gen. John P. Sullivan - Maj. Gen. Larry D. Wyche, Combined Arms Support Command and Fort Lee commanding general, left, and Jennifer Sullivan pin the rank of brigadier general on him during his April 25 promotion ceremony. Sullivan is the Chief of Transportation and Transportation School commandant.

While sharing several stories of serving with Sullivan, Wyche added, "let there be no doubt in your mind that we are promoting the best of the best today. When you deal with John Sullivan, you are dealing with an individual who lives and breathes the Army values and warrior ethos."

Sullivan has been stationed at Fort Lee since June 2013 and is responsible for overseeing the training of more than 17,000 transportation students annually.

"As this day approached, it engendered a fair amount of reflection on my part," Sullivan said. "I'm grateful to be able to continue to serve our Army, our nation and as the chief of my branch."

The Transportation School is responsible for providing instruction to students in eight enlisted career fields, three warrant officer specialties and one officer area of concentration. Training is provided at 26 locations representing active, Reserve, and National Guard Soldiers. The Transportation School specializes in training personnel who support deployment and those who move the force. Areas of training include motor transport, watercraft, cargo handling, movement control and traffic management, and air, sea and rail terminal operations.

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