Introducing SCoE

By Fort Lee Public Affairs OfficeJanuary 9, 2009

Maj. Gen. James E. Chambers, Combined Arms Support Command and Fort Lee commanding general, shakes hands with Virginia Gov. Timothy Kaine while Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, commander, Tranining and Doctrine Command, looks on.  The three spoke during the ribbon-cutting ceremony for CASCOM's Sustainment Center of Excellence headquarters building held Friday, Jan. 9 at Fort Lee, Va.
1 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Maj. Gen. James E. Chambers, Combined Arms Support Command and Fort Lee commanding general, shakes hands with Virginia Gov. Timothy Kaine while Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, commander, Tranining and Doctrine Command, looks on. The three spoke during the ribbon-cutting ceremony for CASCOM's Sustainment Center of Excellence headquarters building held Friday, Jan. 9 at Fort Lee, Va. (Photo Credit: T. Anthony Bell, Fort Lee Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
Maj. Gen. James E. Chambers, Combined Arms Support Command and Fort Lee commanding general; Virginia Gov. Timothy M. Kaine; Pfc. Maria Morganstern, the youngest Soldier on Fort Lee, representing the future of the Logistics Corps; and Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, Training and Doctrine Command commanding general, cut the ribbon for the Sustainment Center of Excellence headquarters building at Fort Lee during a ceremony Jan. 9.  The $50 million structure will serve as the headquarters for the CASCOM and its subordinate commands.
2 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Maj. Gen. James E. Chambers, Combined Arms Support Command and Fort Lee commanding general; Virginia Gov. Timothy M. Kaine; Pfc. Maria Morganstern, the youngest Soldier on Fort Lee, representing the future of the Logistics Corps; and Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, Training and Doctrine Command commanding general, cut the ribbon for the Sustainment Center of Excellence headquarters building at Fort Lee during a ceremony Jan. 9. The $50 million structure will serve as the headquarters for the CASCOM and its subordinate commands. (Photo Credit: T. Anthony Bell, Fort Lee Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
Nearly 18 months after its groundbreaking, the Sustainment Center of Excellence headquarters was officially recognized with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Jan. 9 as Fort Lee's first completed Base Realignment and Closure project.
3 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Nearly 18 months after its groundbreaking, the Sustainment Center of Excellence headquarters was officially recognized with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Jan. 9 as Fort Lee's first completed Base Realignment and Closure project. (Photo Credit: Albert Cruz, BRAC Construction Office) VIEW ORIGINAL
The Sustainment Center of Excellence's ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Jan. 9. The facility, a multi-storied, 218,579 square-foot structure situated on 11 acres of manicured lawn, was delivered on time and at budget. Photo by Mike Strasser, Fort Lee Public Affairs
4 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – The Sustainment Center of Excellence's ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Jan. 9. The facility, a multi-storied, 218,579 square-foot structure situated on 11 acres of manicured lawn, was delivered on time and at budget. Photo by Mike Strasser, Fort Lee Public Affairs (Photo Credit: Mike Strasser, Fort Lee Public Affairs Office) VIEW ORIGINAL
The Sustainment Center of Excellence at Fort Lee, Va., in June 2008. The SCoE will eventually house the headquarters elements of the Combined Arms Support Command and its subordinate commands - the U.S. Army Quartermaster Center and School, currently located at Fort Lee; the U.S. Army Ordnance Center and Schools located at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., and Redstone Arsenal, Ala.; and the U.S. Army Transportation Center and School located at Fort Eustis.
5 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – The Sustainment Center of Excellence at Fort Lee, Va., in June 2008. The SCoE will eventually house the headquarters elements of the Combined Arms Support Command and its subordinate commands - the U.S. Army Quartermaster Center and School, currently located at Fort Lee; the U.S. Army Ordnance Center and Schools located at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., and Redstone Arsenal, Ala.; and the U.S. Army Transportation Center and School located at Fort Eustis. (Photo Credit: Albert Cruz, Fort Lee BRAC Construction Office) VIEW ORIGINAL