Army Chief gets glimpse of vehicle reset work at Anniston (slideshow)

By D. Myles CullenSeptember 22, 2008

Chief of Staff of the Army, Gen. George W. Casey Jr. is given a tour of the Anniston Army Depot in Anniston, Ala., on Sept. 18, 2008. The depot is the designated Center of Industrial and Technical Excellence for tracked wheeled combat vehicles, artillery, bridging systems and small caliber weapons.
1 / 13 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Chief of Staff of the Army, Gen. George W. Casey Jr. is given a tour of the Anniston Army Depot in Anniston, Ala., on Sept. 18, 2008. The depot is the designated Center of Industrial and Technical Excellence for tracked wheeled combat vehicles, artillery, bridging systems and small caliber weapons. (Photo Credit: D. Myles Cullen) VIEW ORIGINAL
The Anniston Army Depot commander Col. S.B. Keller briefs the Chief of Staff of the Army, Gen. George W. Casey Jr.  about the monthly output of tanks that are sent back to Soldiers Sept. 18, 2008.
2 / 13 Show Caption + Hide Caption – The Anniston Army Depot commander Col. S.B. Keller briefs the Chief of Staff of the Army, Gen. George W. Casey Jr. about the monthly output of tanks that are sent back to Soldiers Sept. 18, 2008. (Photo Credit: D. Myles Cullen) VIEW ORIGINAL
Sommer Johnson, an Anniston Army Depot mechanic, shakes hands with Gen.. George W. Casey, Jr., Chief of Staff of the Army, in Anniston, Ala., Sept. 18, 2008.
3 / 13 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Sommer Johnson, an Anniston Army Depot mechanic, shakes hands with Gen.. George W. Casey, Jr., Chief of Staff of the Army, in Anniston, Ala., Sept. 18, 2008. (Photo Credit: D. Myles Cullen) VIEW ORIGINAL
The Chief of Staff of the Army, Gen. George W. Casey Jr.  is given a tour of the Anniston Army Depot in Anniston, Ala., on Sept. 18, 2008. The depot is the designated Center of Industrial and Technical Excellence for tracked wheeled combat vehicles, artillery, bridging systems and small caliber weapons.
4 / 13 Show Caption + Hide Caption – The Chief of Staff of the Army, Gen. George W. Casey Jr. is given a tour of the Anniston Army Depot in Anniston, Ala., on Sept. 18, 2008. The depot is the designated Center of Industrial and Technical Excellence for tracked wheeled combat vehicles, artillery, bridging systems and small caliber weapons. (Photo Credit: D. Myles Cullen) VIEW ORIGINAL
An Anniston Army Depot mechanic approaches an Army vehicle that has had the tracks removed and is being reset for service in Anniston, Ala., on Sept. 18, 2008.
5 / 13 Show Caption + Hide Caption – An Anniston Army Depot mechanic approaches an Army vehicle that has had the tracks removed and is being reset for service in Anniston, Ala., on Sept. 18, 2008. (Photo Credit: D. Myles Cullen) VIEW ORIGINAL
Chief of Staff of the Army, Gen. George W. Casey Jr. is shown the hull of an armor vehicle that is being reset for service at the Anniston Army Depot in Anniston, Ala., on Sept. 18, 2008. The depot is the designated Center of Industrial and Technical Excellence for tracked wheeled combat vehicles, artillery, bridging systems and small caliber weapons.
6 / 13 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Chief of Staff of the Army, Gen. George W. Casey Jr. is shown the hull of an armor vehicle that is being reset for service at the Anniston Army Depot in Anniston, Ala., on Sept. 18, 2008. The depot is the designated Center of Industrial and Technical Excellence for tracked wheeled combat vehicles, artillery, bridging systems and small caliber weapons. (Photo Credit: D. Myles Cullen) VIEW ORIGINAL
Mechanics make repairs to Army vehicles at the Anniston Army Depot in Anniston, Ala., on Sept. 18, 2008. The depot is the designated Center of Industrial and Technical Excellence for tracked wheeled combat vehicles, artillery, bridging systems and small caliber weapons.
7 / 13 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Mechanics make repairs to Army vehicles at the Anniston Army Depot in Anniston, Ala., on Sept. 18, 2008. The depot is the designated Center of Industrial and Technical Excellence for tracked wheeled combat vehicles, artillery, bridging systems and small caliber weapons. (Photo Credit: D. Myles Cullen) VIEW ORIGINAL
James McKinney talks with the Chief of Staff of the Army, Gen. George W. Casey Jr. as they start a tour of the Anniston Army Depot in Anniston, Ala., on Sept. 18, 2008.
8 / 13 Show Caption + Hide Caption – James McKinney talks with the Chief of Staff of the Army, Gen. George W. Casey Jr. as they start a tour of the Anniston Army Depot in Anniston, Ala., on Sept. 18, 2008. (Photo Credit: D. Myles Cullen) VIEW ORIGINAL
Chief of Staff of the Army, Gen. George W. Casey Jr. leaves an observatory point after being briefed about the Anniston Chemical Agent Disposal facility in Anniston, Ala., on Sept. 18, 2008. The facility has safely disposed 327,891 since August of 2003.
9 / 13 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Chief of Staff of the Army, Gen. George W. Casey Jr. leaves an observatory point after being briefed about the Anniston Chemical Agent Disposal facility in Anniston, Ala., on Sept. 18, 2008. The facility has safely disposed 327,891 since August of 2003. (Photo Credit: D. Myles Cullen) VIEW ORIGINAL
Chief of Staff of the Army, Gen. George W. Casey Jr. is briefed by Timothy Garret, site project manager for the Anniston Chemical Agent Disposal facility, on the process chemical agents are safely destroyed at Anniston, Ala., on Sept. 18, 2008. The facility has safely disposed 327,891 since August of 2003.
10 / 13 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Chief of Staff of the Army, Gen. George W. Casey Jr. is briefed by Timothy Garret, site project manager for the Anniston Chemical Agent Disposal facility, on the process chemical agents are safely destroyed at Anniston, Ala., on Sept. 18, 2008. The facility has safely disposed 327,891 since August of 2003. (Photo Credit: D. Myles Cullen) VIEW ORIGINAL
Timothy Garret, site project manager for the Anniston Chemical Agent Disposal facility, describes the process in which chemical agents are safely destroyed to the Chief of Staff of the Army, Gen. George W. Casey Jr. in Anniston, Ala., on Sept. 18, 2008. The facility has safely disposed 327,891 since August of 2003.
11 / 13 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Timothy Garret, site project manager for the Anniston Chemical Agent Disposal facility, describes the process in which chemical agents are safely destroyed to the Chief of Staff of the Army, Gen. George W. Casey Jr. in Anniston, Ala., on Sept. 18, 2008. The facility has safely disposed 327,891 since August of 2003. (Photo Credit: D. Myles Cullen) VIEW ORIGINAL
Chief of Staff of the Army, Gen. George W. Casey Jr. visits the U.S. Army Chemical Materials Agency facility in Anniston, Ala., and is briefed about the Enhanced On-Site Container (EONC) on Sept. 18, 2008. The EONC is used  to safely store and move stockpiled chemical agent and munitions to a chemical agent disposal facility.
12 / 13 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Chief of Staff of the Army, Gen. George W. Casey Jr. visits the U.S. Army Chemical Materials Agency facility in Anniston, Ala., and is briefed about the Enhanced On-Site Container (EONC) on Sept. 18, 2008. The EONC is used to safely store and move stockpiled chemical agent and munitions to a chemical agent disposal facility. (Photo Credit: D. Myles Cullen) VIEW ORIGINAL
Army Master Sgt. Mark Depriest salutes the Chief of Staff of the Army, Gen. George W. Casey Jr. at an airfield in Anniston, Ala., on Sept. 18, 2008.
13 / 13 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Army Master Sgt. Mark Depriest salutes the Chief of Staff of the Army, Gen. George W. Casey Jr. at an airfield in Anniston, Ala., on Sept. 18, 2008. (Photo Credit: D. Myles Cullen) VIEW ORIGINAL