• An AC First contractor from India power washes a coalition vehicle May 21 at the Joint National Maintenance Facility, Kandahar Airfield.  AFSBn-Kandahar, 401st Army Field Support Brigade, is preparing non-mission essential vehicles to be shipped back to the United States. (Photo by Jon Connor, ASC Public Affairs)

    An AC First contractor from India power washes...

    An AC First contractor from India power washes a coalition vehicle May 21 at the Joint National Maintenance Facility, Kandahar Airfield. AFSBn-Kandahar, 401st Army Field Support Brigade, is preparing non-mission essential vehicles to be shipped back...

  • Personnel at the Leatherneck-Afghanistan Fire Department test a hose on May 23 at Camp Leatherneck. The fire department is one of many services provided by LOGCAP contractors. LOGCAP is under operational control of the 401st Army Field Support Brigade, Army Sustainment Command. (Photo by Jon Connor, ASC Public Affairs)

    Personnel at the Leatherneck-Afghanistan Fire...

    Personnel at the Leatherneck-Afghanistan Fire Department test a hose on May 23 at Camp Leatherneck. The fire department is one of many services provided by LOGCAP contractors. LOGCAP is under operational control of the 401st Army Field Support Brigade...

  • A deployed patron checks out his form at the Morale, Welfare, and Recreation gym at Kandahar Airfield May 22. The gym is open 24 hours daily, seven days a week, to allow deployed personnel to stay in shape and work out stress. MWR facilities are one of the many services offered by LOGCAP contractors.  LOGCAP is under operational control of the 401st Army Field Support Brigade, Army Sustainment Command. (Photo by Jon Connor, ASC Public Affairs)

    A deployed patron checks out his form at the...

    A deployed patron checks out his form at the Morale, Welfare, and Recreation gym at Kandahar Airfield May 22. The gym is open 24 hours daily, seven days a week, to allow deployed personnel to stay in shape and work out stress. MWR facilities are one of...

  • An employee with LOGCAP contractor DynCorp International prepares a plate for supper for a Marine at the Tombstone dining facility at Camp Leatherneck May 24. Despite its small size, the Tombstone DFAC is a popular choice of Marines because of the small-town restaurant feel and quality of food.  LOGCAP is under operational control of the 401st Army Field Support Brigade, Army Sustainment Command. (Photo by Jon Connor, ASC Public Affairs)

    An employee with LOGCAP contractor DynCorp...

    An employee with LOGCAP contractor DynCorp International prepares a plate for supper for a Marine at the Tombstone dining facility at Camp Leatherneck May 24. Despite its small size, the Tombstone DFAC is a popular choice of Marines because of the...

  • An Afghan man cuts wood at the carpentry shop at Bagram Airfield May 26. The carpentry shop hires local nationals under the "Afghan First" program that supports the counterinsurgency strategy. The shop is operated by LOGCAP contractor Fluor Corporation. LOGCAP is under operational control of the 401st Army Field Support Brigade, Army Sustainment Command.  (Photo by Jon Connor, ASC Public Affairs)

    An Afghan man cuts wood at the carpentry shop...

    An Afghan man cuts wood at the carpentry shop at Bagram Airfield May 26. The carpentry shop hires local nationals under the "Afghan First" program that supports the counterinsurgency strategy. The shop is operated by LOGCAP contractor Fluor...

  • Sandy Kristiansen, a logistics management specialist, Logistics Task Force Leatherneck, Camp Leatherneck, Afghanistan, straightens out some snacks at "Sandy's Snack Shop" May 24. Kristiansen said that she has offered military personnel free snacks on previous deployments. Her rule is that when patrons return, they must bring a friend. (Photo by Jon Connor, ASC Public Affairs)

    Sandy Kristiansen, a logistics management...

    Sandy Kristiansen, a logistics management specialist, Logistics Task Force Leatherneck, Camp Leatherneck, Afghanistan, straightens out some snacks at "Sandy's Snack Shop" May 24. Kristiansen said that she has offered military personnel free snacks on...

The 401st Army Field Support Brigade headquartered at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, executes, directs and manages field and sustainment level logistics for both U.S. and selected Coalition Forces in Afghanistan. The brigade is part of the Army Sustainment Command which is headquartered at Rock Island Arsenal, Ill.

The 401st AFSB serves as the single entry point for integration and synchronization for acquisition, logistics and technology between the tactical level and the materiel enterprise while enhancing unit readiness and improving combat capability in accordance with ARCENT (U.S. Army Forces, U.S. Central Command) and USFOR-A (U.S. Forces-Army) priorities.

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