SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii -- British Army Maj. Stuart Ferguson speaks with Royal Canadian Navy Lt. (N) during the scenario execution phase of Operational Contract Support Joint Exercise 2015 here April 7. Armed forces from the U.S., U.K., Canada and Australia all participated in OCSJX-15. This is the first year they have been fully integrated in the planning and execution of OCSJX-15. Ferguson is with the Royal Logistics Corps. in the U.K., and Brown is with the Canadian Forces Joint Operational Support Group in Kingston, Ontario.

Multi-National Partners Integrate with U.S. Joint Forces at OCSJX-15

U.S. forces and civilians integrated with service members from three multi-national partnering nations are here to participate in Part B of the largest contract support exercise to date, Operational Contract Support Joint Exercise 2015....READ MORE



Plan and execute effective and agile contracting support for U.S. Army Service Component Commanders in support of Army and Joint Operations. Provide effective and responsive contracting support for OCONUS installation operations.

Commanding General

"This is the premier contracting organization that has been very successful in its short, five-year history and -- by the way -- is the only expeditionary contracting capability of its kind across the Department of Defense enterprise. I will continue to build upon the hard work of AMC, ACC and my predecessors to continue to construct critical acquisition and contracting capabilities for our Army and Joint Forces."

Brig. Gen. Michael D. Hoskin, Commanding General, U.S. Army Expeditionary Contracting Command

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