• FORT LEE, Va. " Col. Edward M. Daly receives the Ordnance colors from Maj. Gen. James L. Hodge to signify his appointment as the 37th Chief of Ordnance June 12. Daly will be responsible for overseeing the training of more than 28,000 students annually.

    Ordnance School welcomes new chief

    FORT LEE, Va. " Col. Edward M. Daly receives the Ordnance colors from Maj. Gen. James L. Hodge to signify his appointment as the 37th Chief of Ordnance June 12. Daly will be responsible for overseeing the training of more than 28,000 students annually.

  • FORT LEE, Va. " Col. Edward M. Daly, 37th Chief of Ordnance, is joined by his sons Connor, left, and Mitchell during the Pass and Review portion of the Ordnance Corps Assumption of Command Ceremony June 12.

    Ordnance School welcomes new chief

    FORT LEE, Va. " Col. Edward M. Daly, 37th Chief of Ordnance, is joined by his sons Connor, left, and Mitchell during the Pass and Review portion of the Ordnance Corps Assumption of Command Ceremony June 12.

FORT LEE, Va. - The U.S. Army Ordnance School welcomed Col. Edward M. Daly as the new Chief of Ordnance and commandant of the Ordnance School, during an assumption of command ceremony June 12. Daly arrived at Fort Lee from his previous unit as executive officer, U.S. Army G4 (Logistics).
Daly replaces Brig. Gen. Clark W. LeMasters Jr., who left Fort Lee in March to assume command of the 13th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary), Fort Hood, Texas.
The Ordnance School trains new military members in more than 34 job skills that include explosive ordnance disposal, munitions, mechanical and electronic maintenance.
Daly will be responsible for overseeing the training of more than 28,000 students annually.

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