• Pfc. Mike Corral, Pfc. Devin Benning (obscured) and Pfc. Camden Dinger load bags of laundry into the dryer portion of the Laundry Advance System during instruction July 12.  The three are assigned to class 503-12 of the Aerial Delivery and Field Services Department, Quartemaster School.

    Big Dryer

    Pfc. Mike Corral, Pfc. Devin Benning (obscured) and Pfc. Camden Dinger load bags of laundry into the dryer portion of the Laundry Advance System during instruction July 12. The three are assigned to class 503-12 of the Aerial Delivery and Field...

  • Pvt. Nar Bhattarai, a laundry, shower and textile repair specialist in training, performs preventive maintenance on 30 kilowatt generator that runs the Laundry Advance System during training July 12.  Bhattarai, in the third week of training, is assigned to class 503-12 of the Aerial Delivery and Field Services Department, Quartermaster School.

    Maintenance

    Pvt. Nar Bhattarai, a laundry, shower and textile repair specialist in training, performs preventive maintenance on 30 kilowatt generator that runs the Laundry Advance System during training July 12. Bhattarai, in the third week of training, is...

  • Pfc. Camden Dinger, a laundry, shower and textile repairer in training, walks near the the LADS, a large field laundry facility during instruction July 12.  Dinger, assigned to class 503-12, is in the third week of training.

    Laundry Advance System

    Pfc. Camden Dinger, a laundry, shower and textile repairer in training, walks near the the LADS, a large field laundry facility during instruction July 12. Dinger, assigned to class 503-12, is in the third week of training.

FORT LEE, Va. (July, 19, 2012) -- Military members who have endured deployments may not ask that question until they've been impacted by their services. Then they might positively attest to what it means to get a shower and fresh, laundered clothing. Those guys -- quartermaster Soldiers in the laundry, shower and textile repair specialist MOS (92S) -- are not well known until they render services. The MOS is currently seeing a reduction in its active duty numbers, but the services Soldiers provide remain a vital component in any field services support package. The Quartermaster School currently graduates roughly 400 92Ss annually. What follows are snapshots of "Those Guys" during advanced individual training classes here.

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