JSC-A leaders visit Afghanistan camp, review preparations for buildup

By PFC Elisebet FreeburgApril 10, 2009

Brig. Gen. Daniel I. Schultz, commanding general of the Joint Sustainment Command - Afghanistan, speaks with Air Commodore Les O'Dea, commander of U.K. Joint Force Support. Schultz and O'Dea visited Camp Bastion April 2 to talk with commanders in preparation for the upcoming build-up of troops.
1 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Brig. Gen. Daniel I. Schultz, commanding general of the Joint Sustainment Command - Afghanistan, speaks with Air Commodore Les O'Dea, commander of U.K. Joint Force Support. Schultz and O'Dea visited Camp Bastion April 2 to talk with commanders in preparation for the upcoming build-up of troops. (Photo Credit: PFC Elisebet Freeburg) VIEW ORIGINAL
Brig. Gen. Daniel I. Schultz, commanding general of the Joint Sustainment Command - Afghanistan, and Warrant Officer 2 Jules Thompson of the Royal Logistics Corps discuss construction plans April 2 at Camp Bastion, Afghanistan. Schultz and British Air Commodore Les O'Dea, commander of the U.K. Joint Force Support, visited Bastion to speak with commanders in an effort to prepare for the upcoming build-up of troops. "
2 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Brig. Gen. Daniel I. Schultz, commanding general of the Joint Sustainment Command - Afghanistan, and Warrant Officer 2 Jules Thompson of the Royal Logistics Corps discuss construction plans April 2 at Camp Bastion, Afghanistan. Schultz and British Air Commodore Les O'Dea, commander of the U.K. Joint Force Support, visited Bastion to speak with commanders in an effort to prepare for the upcoming build-up of troops. " (Photo Credit: PFC Elisebet Freeburg) VIEW ORIGINAL
Brig. Gen. Daniel I. Schultz, commanding general of the Joint Sustainment Command - Afghanistan, listens as Flight Sgt. Lynne Carrothers, a Camp Bastion hospital radiographer, explains the operations of an imaging machine April 2 to Maj. Jason Schrager, hospital surgeon with Combat Logistics Battalion 3, and Col. Gregory S. Maida, JSC - A's support operations officer. "
3 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Brig. Gen. Daniel I. Schultz, commanding general of the Joint Sustainment Command - Afghanistan, listens as Flight Sgt. Lynne Carrothers, a Camp Bastion hospital radiographer, explains the operations of an imaging machine April 2 to Maj. Jason Schrager, hospital surgeon with Combat Logistics Battalion 3, and Col. Gregory S. Maida, JSC - A's support operations officer. " (Photo Credit: PFC Elisebet Freeburg) VIEW ORIGINAL
Col. Gregory S. Maida and Brig. Gen. Daniel I. Schultz listen as Barry Swan explains how to make plastic bottles at the Camp Bastion Water Bottling Facility April 2.  Bottling nearly 8,000 gallons of spring water daily, the British facility at Camp Bastion also supplies water to U.S. troops in the area. Schultz, the commanding general of the Joint Sustainment Command - Afghanistan, along with British Air Commodore Les O'Dea, commander of the U.K. Joint Force Support, visited Bastion to speak with commanders in an effort to prepare for the upcoming build-up of troops. Col. Gregory S. Maida is the JSC - A's support operations officer, and Barry Swan is the Deputy Manager of the Camp Bastion Water Bottling Facility.
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4 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Col. Gregory S. Maida and Brig. Gen. Daniel I. Schultz listen as Barry Swan explains how to make plastic bottles at the Camp Bastion Water Bottling Facility April 2. Bottling nearly 8,000 gallons of spring water daily, the British facility at Camp Bastion also supplies water to U.S. troops in the area. Schultz, the commanding general of the Joint Sustainment Command - Afghanistan, along with British Air Commodore Les O'Dea, commander of the U.K. Joint Force Support, visited Bastion to speak with commanders in an effort to prepare for the upcoming build-up of troops. Col. Gregory S. Maida is the JSC - A's support operations officer, and Barry Swan is the Deputy Manager of the Camp Bastion Water Bottling Facility. " (Photo Credit: PFC Elisebet Freeburg) VIEW ORIGINAL