USNS Brittin validates 936th ETOE during first mission in theater

By Sgt. Bethany HuffMarch 27, 2017

1st Sgt. Adolph Romero, the transportation supervisor for the 936th Expeditionary Terminal Operating Element and a native of Dover, Fla., helps pull a rope from the large, medium speed, roll on roll off vehicle cargo ship USNS Brittin (T-AKR-305), to secure it to the pier at the Port of Shuaiba, Kuwait, March 12. The ETOE originated in September 2015 for the sole purpose to enable the Army to conduct terminal operations in theater
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – 1st Sgt. Adolph Romero, the transportation supervisor for the 936th Expeditionary Terminal Operating Element and a native of Dover, Fla., helps pull a rope from the large, medium speed, roll on roll off vehicle cargo ship USNS Brittin (T-AKR-305), to secure it to the pier at the Port of Shuaiba, Kuwait, March 12. The ETOE originated in September 2015 for the sole purpose to enable the Army to conduct terminal operations in theater (Photo Credit: Sgt. Bethany Huff) VIEW ORIGINAL