U.S. Army Sustainment Command CG visits Logistics Readiness Center-West Point
By Capt. Lonnie Collier
April 27, 2017 1 / 8 The Logistics Readiness Center-West Point is one of 70-plus LRCs that provide logistical support to installations throughout the U.S. Army. (Photo by Capt. Lonnie Collier, ASC Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL 2 / 8 Maj. Gen. Edward Daly, senior commander of Rock Island Arsenal, Illinois, and commanding general of the U.S. Army Sustainment Command, meets with Logistics Readiness Center and West Point leaders April 26 to discuss the role of the LRC and gain updates on continuing LRC initiatives necessary to provide USMA and its cadets with the best support. (Photo by Capt. Lonnie Collier, ASC Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL 3 / 8 The Corps of Cadets attend formation April 26 prior to attending the lunch service at Washington Hall. LRC-West Point operates and maintains food services at the dining facility, which can feed 5,000 cadets at once. (Photo by Capt. Lonnie Collier, ASC Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL 4 / 8 Food service workers prepare food for meals served at Washington Hall April 26. The hall can feed 5,000 cadets at one time. (Photo by Capt. Lonnie Collier, ASC Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL 5 / 8 Tables are set up at the U.S. Military Academy's Washington Hall for lunch service April 26. LRC West Point is responsible for providing and serving food at the dining facility, which can seat 5,000 cadets for a meal. (Photo by Capt. Lonnie Collier, ASC Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL 6 / 8 Washington Hall, the primary dining facility for the Corps of Cadets at West Point, can feed 5,000 cadets for a meal. This dining facility is run and maintained by personnel from LRC-West Point. (Photo by Capt. Lonnie Collier, ASC Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL 7 / 8 Maj. Gen. Edward Daly, senior commander of Rock Island Arsenal, Illinois, and commanding general of the U.S. Army Sustainment Command, observes food service operations in the breakfast line April 27. (Photo by Capt. Kyle Williams, ASC Command Group) VIEW ORIGINAL 8 / 8 Jose Aviles, director, Logistics Readiness Center-West Point, showcases the uniforms that are made for the cadets at the cadet uniform factory April 26. This is the only garment manufacturing facility in the Army. Thousands of uniforms are made every year for cadets entering and attending the U.S. Military Academy. (Photo by Capt. Lonnie Collier, ASC Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
The Logistics Readiness Center-West Point is one of 70-plus LRCs that provide logistical support to installations throughout the U.S. Army. Uniquely, LRC-West Point is set in a university environment, responsible for supporting more than 4,000 U.S. Military Academy cadets and up to 500 international cadets during the school year.
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