411th Ordnance Battalion Hones Ammunition Handling Skills at Crane Army

By Ms. Hayley Smith (AMC)July 24, 2018

A Soldier from the 411th Ordnance Battalion discusses the finer points of ammunition inspection with CAAA Commander Col. Michael Garlington. Soldiers from the 411th Ordnance Battalion conduct their two-week annual training at Crane Army Ammunition Activity to gain experience handling live ammo and increase mission readiness. During the training Soldiers work side-by-side with Army civilian professionals executing Crane's mission of delivering munitions around the world.  Crane Army specializes in conventional munitions support for U.S. Army and Joint Force readiness, including production, demilitarization, transportation and storage.
1 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – A Soldier from the 411th Ordnance Battalion discusses the finer points of ammunition inspection with CAAA Commander Col. Michael Garlington. Soldiers from the 411th Ordnance Battalion conduct their two-week annual training at Crane Army Ammunition Activity to gain experience handling live ammo and increase mission readiness. During the training Soldiers work side-by-side with Army civilian professionals executing Crane's mission of delivering munitions around the world. Crane Army specializes in conventional munitions support for U.S. Army and Joint Force readiness, including production, demilitarization, transportation and storage. (Photo Credit: Hayley Smith) VIEW ORIGINAL
A Soldier from the 411th Ordnance Battalion discusses the finer points of ammunition inspection with CAAA Commander Col. Michael Garlington. Soldiers from the 411th Ordnance Battalion conduct their two-week annual training at Crane Army Ammunition Activity to gain experience handling live ammo and increase mission readiness. During the training Soldiers work side-by-side with Army civilian professionals executing Crane's mission of delivering munitions around the world.  Crane Army specializes in conventional munitions support for U.S. Army and Joint Force readiness, including production, demilitarization, transportation and storage.
2 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – A Soldier from the 411th Ordnance Battalion discusses the finer points of ammunition inspection with CAAA Commander Col. Michael Garlington. Soldiers from the 411th Ordnance Battalion conduct their two-week annual training at Crane Army Ammunition Activity to gain experience handling live ammo and increase mission readiness. During the training Soldiers work side-by-side with Army civilian professionals executing Crane's mission of delivering munitions around the world. Crane Army specializes in conventional munitions support for U.S. Army and Joint Force readiness, including production, demilitarization, transportation and storage. (Photo Credit: Ms. Hayley Smith (AMC)) VIEW ORIGINAL