ASC supports Computers for Learning Program

By Galen Putnam, Army Sustainment Command Public AffairsMay 16, 2013

Chad Baetke, a material handler for the Rock Island Arsenal Logistics Readiness Center, passes a computer to Judy Keplinger, technology director for Riverdale Community Unit School District #100 in Port Byron, Ill., as part of the Army Sustainment Command's participation in the national Computers for Learning Program May 8, in which 112 desktop computers and 41 laptops were presented to the district. ASC coordinates the program on the Arsenal in which Department of Defense elements donate outdated or outmoded computers and peripherals to schools and other federal, state, and local agencies. In all, RIA has donated more than 60,000 items in support of the program since mid-2009.
1 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Chad Baetke, a material handler for the Rock Island Arsenal Logistics Readiness Center, passes a computer to Judy Keplinger, technology director for Riverdale Community Unit School District #100 in Port Byron, Ill., as part of the Army Sustainment Command's participation in the national Computers for Learning Program May 8, in which 112 desktop computers and 41 laptops were presented to the district. ASC coordinates the program on the Arsenal in which Department of Defense elements donate outdated or outmoded computers and peripherals to schools and other federal, state, and local agencies. In all, RIA has donated more than 60,000 items in support of the program since mid-2009. (Photo Credit: Galen Putnam, Army Sustainment Command Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
John Gerding, a videographer for WHBF Channel 4 News, Rock Island, Ill., prepares to interview Craig Shields, director, Rock Island Arsenal Logistics Readiness Center, as part of the CBS affiliate's coverage of the Army Sustainment Command's participation in the national Computers for Learning Program May 8, in which 112 desktop computers and 41 laptops were presented to the Riverdale Community Unit School District #100 in Port Byron, Ill. ASC coordinates the program on the Arsenal in which Department of Defense elements donate outdated or outmoded computers and peripherals to schools and other federal, state, and local agencies. In all, RIA has donated more than 60,000 items in support of the program since mid-2009.
2 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – John Gerding, a videographer for WHBF Channel 4 News, Rock Island, Ill., prepares to interview Craig Shields, director, Rock Island Arsenal Logistics Readiness Center, as part of the CBS affiliate's coverage of the Army Sustainment Command's participation in the national Computers for Learning Program May 8, in which 112 desktop computers and 41 laptops were presented to the Riverdale Community Unit School District #100 in Port Byron, Ill. ASC coordinates the program on the Arsenal in which Department of Defense elements donate outdated or outmoded computers and peripherals to schools and other federal, state, and local agencies. In all, RIA has donated more than 60,000 items in support of the program since mid-2009. (Photo Credit: Galen Putnam, Army Sustainment Command Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL