• Thomas Gollhardt, Track Division chief with the Track, Metal and Recovery Department of the Ordnance School, points out training equipment and briefs David Sienicki (center), professional staff member for the House Armed Services Committee, Readiness Subcommittee, during a tour of Combined Arms Support Command and Sustainment Center of Excellence Oct. 20. Sienicki was escorted on the school tour by Brig. Gen. Clark W. LeMasters Jr., the Army's Chief of Ordnance and ODS commandant; William F. Moore, deputy to the CASCOM commanding general; and Sgt. Maj. Levione Stone, ODS Directorate of Training. The tour served as an opportunity to highlight the 21st century training and Army leader development priorities here, as well as new emerging capabilities and training methods. Included in the Fort Lee tour were visits to Base, Realignment and Closure created facilities and the Army Logistics University for a briefing on the Experiential Learning Model and how it relates to the Captain's Career Course there. Photo by Jamie L. Carson, Combined Arms Support Command Public Affairs Office.

    HASC Members Visit Home of Sustainment

    Thomas Gollhardt, Track Division chief with the Track, Metal and Recovery Department of the Ordnance School, points out training equipment and briefs David Sienicki (center), professional staff member for the House Armed Services Committee, Readiness...

  • Sgt. Maj. Levione Stone, Ordnance School Directorate of Training sergeant major, and Brig. Gen. Clark W. LeMasters Jr., the Army's Chief of Ordnance and the ODS commandant, discuss current training methods with David Sienicki, professional staff member for the House Armed Services Committee, Readiness Subcommittee, during a visit to Combined Arms Support Command and Sustainment Center of Excellence Oct. 20. The tour served as an opportunity to highlight the 21st century training and Army leader development priorities here, as well as new emerging capabilities and training methods. Included in the Fort Lee tour were visits to Base, Realignment and Closure created facilities and the Army Logistics University for a briefing on the Experiential Learning Model and how it relates to the Captain's Career Course there. Photo by Jamie L. Carson, Combined Arms Support Command Public Affairs Office.

    HASC Members Visit Home of Sustainment

    Sgt. Maj. Levione Stone, Ordnance School Directorate of Training sergeant major, and Brig. Gen. Clark W. LeMasters Jr., the Army's Chief of Ordnance and the ODS commandant, discuss current training methods with David Sienicki, professional staff member...

  • David Sienicki, professional staff member for the House Armed Services Committee, Readiness Subcommittee, escorted by Sgt. Maj. Levione Stone, Ordnance School Directorate of Training sergeant major, Brig. Gen. Clark W. LeMasters Jr., the Army's Chief of Ordnance and the ODS commandant, William F. Moore, deputy to the Combined Arms Support Command commanding general, and accompanied by Ronald White, military liaison to Rep. J. Randy Forbes, 4th Congressional District, tour ODS Campus Oct. 20.  The visit, which began with an overview briefing at Mifflin Hall, served as an opportunity to highlight the 21st century training and Army leader development priorities as well as new emerging capabilities and training methods. The tour also included visits to Base, Realignment and Closure created facilities and the Army Logistics University for a briefing on the Experiential Learning Model and how it relates to the Captain's Career Course there.  Photo by Jamie L. Carson, Combined Arms Support Command Public Affairs Office.

    HASC Members Visit Home of Sustainment

    David Sienicki, professional staff member for the House Armed Services Committee, Readiness Subcommittee, escorted by Sgt. Maj. Levione Stone, Ordnance School Directorate of Training sergeant major, Brig. Gen. Clark W. LeMasters Jr., the Army's Chief...

  • Thomas Gollhardt, Track Division chief with the Track, Metal and Recovery Department of the Ordnance School, briefs David Sienicki, professional staff member for the House Armed Services Committee, Readiness Subcommittee, and Brig. Gen. Clark W. LeMasters, Chief of Ordnance and ODS commandant, during a tour Oct. 20.  The visit, which began with an overview briefing at Mifflin Hall, served as an opportunity to highlight the 21st century training and Army leader development priorities as well as new emerging capabilities and training methods. The tour also included visits to Base, Realignment and Closure created facilities and the Army Logistics University for a briefing on the Experiential Learning Model and how it relates to the Captain's Career Course there. Photo by Jamie L. Carson, Combined Arms Support Command Public Affairs Office.

    HASC Members Visit Home of Sustainment

    Thomas Gollhardt, Track Division chief with the Track, Metal and Recovery Department of the Ordnance School, briefs David Sienicki, professional staff member for the House Armed Services Committee, Readiness Subcommittee, and Brig. Gen. Clark W...

  • Combined Arms Support Command and Fort Lee leaders brief David Sienicki, professional staff member for the House Armed Services Committee, Readiness Subcommittee, at Mifflin Hall before touring CASCOM and the installation Oct. 20. The tour served as an opportunity to highlight the 21st century training and Army leader development priorities here, as well as new emerging capabilities and training methods. Included in the Fort Lee tour were visits to Base, Realignment and Closure created facilities and the Army Logistics University for a briefing on the Experiential Learning Model and how it relates to the Captain's Career Course there. Photo by Keith Desbois, CASCOM Public Affairs Office.

    HASC Members Visit Home of Sustainment

    Combined Arms Support Command and Fort Lee leaders brief David Sienicki, professional staff member for the House Armed Services Committee, Readiness Subcommittee, at Mifflin Hall before touring CASCOM and the installation Oct. 20. The tour served as an...

Members of the House Armed Services Committee toured the U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command and Sustainment Center of Excellence at Fort Lee Oct. 20. The visit served as an opportunity to highlight the 21st century training and Army leader development priorities here and included visits to Base Realignment and Closure created facilities, such as the Ordnance School and Army Logistics University.

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