Support Starts At CASCOM

By Heather Vann, (USAG Fort Lee, Visual Information Branch)June 9, 2011

Gen. Robert W. Cone, Training and Doctrine Command commanding general, observes Power Generation Equipment Repairers June 2 while they perform engine diagnostic troubleshooting as part of their training. Cone and the advanced individual training Soldiers are wearing noise-cancelling, wireless headsets that allow the instructor to communicate with the students without any noise interference from the equipment.
1 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Gen. Robert W. Cone, Training and Doctrine Command commanding general, observes Power Generation Equipment Repairers June 2 while they perform engine diagnostic troubleshooting as part of their training. Cone and the advanced individual training Soldiers are wearing noise-cancelling, wireless headsets that allow the instructor to communicate with the students without any noise interference from the equipment. (Photo Credit: Heather Cone, (USAG Fort Lee, Visual Information)) VIEW ORIGINAL
– During his June 2 visit to the Combined Arms Support Command, Gen. Robert W. Cone, Training and Doctrine Command commanding general, toured the Transportation School’s multimodal training site where students become familiar with how to load and unload cargo for movement.
2 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – – During his June 2 visit to the Combined Arms Support Command, Gen. Robert W. Cone, Training and Doctrine Command commanding general, toured the Transportation School’s multimodal training site where students become familiar with how to load and unload cargo for movement. (Photo Credit: Heather Vann, (USAG Fort Lee, Visual Information)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Joseph W. Kirby, course manager for Power Generation Equipment Repair, explains to Gen. Robert W. Cone, Training and Doctrine Command commanding general, how advanced individual training Soldiers use software to perform engine trouble shooting. The Ordnance School’s skills based training helps students develop critical thinking skills, inquiry based learning and teamwork. Cone observed the training during a visit to the Combined Arms Support Command June 2.
3 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Joseph W. Kirby, course manager for Power Generation Equipment Repair, explains to Gen. Robert W. Cone, Training and Doctrine Command commanding general, how advanced individual training Soldiers use software to perform engine trouble shooting. The Ordnance School’s skills based training helps students develop critical thinking skills, inquiry based learning and teamwork. Cone observed the training during a visit to the Combined Arms Support Command June 2. (Photo Credit: Heather Vann, (USAG Fort Lee, Visual Information)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Gen. Robert W. Cone, Training and Doctrine Command commanding general, Maj. Gen. James L. Hodge, Combined Arms Support Command commanding general, and William F. Moore, CASCOM deputy to the commanding general, have lunch with Army Logistics University students June 2. The roundtable discussion provided senior leaders the opportunity to discuss the Army Leader Development Strategy.
4 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Gen. Robert W. Cone, Training and Doctrine Command commanding general, Maj. Gen. James L. Hodge, Combined Arms Support Command commanding general, and William F. Moore, CASCOM deputy to the commanding general, have lunch with Army Logistics University students June 2. The roundtable discussion provided senior leaders the opportunity to discuss the Army Leader Development Strategy. (Photo Credit: Heather Vann, (USAG Fort Lee, Visual Information)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Staff Sgt. Richard Melendez, Unit Supply Specialist instructor, in the Quartermaster School’s Logistics Training Department, explains the iPhone pilot training program to Gen. Robert W. Cone, Training and Doctrine Command commanding general, Maj. Gen. James L. Hodge, Combined Arms Support Command commanding general, and Brig. Gen. Gwen Bingham, Quartermaster General. The pilot is an initiative generated from TRADOC’s “Connecting Soldiers to Digital Applications” program.
5 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Staff Sgt. Richard Melendez, Unit Supply Specialist instructor, in the Quartermaster School’s Logistics Training Department, explains the iPhone pilot training program to Gen. Robert W. Cone, Training and Doctrine Command commanding general, Maj. Gen. James L. Hodge, Combined Arms Support Command commanding general, and Brig. Gen. Gwen Bingham, Quartermaster General. The pilot is an initiative generated from TRADOC’s “Connecting Soldiers to Digital Applications” program. (Photo Credit: Heather Vann, (USAG Fort Lee, Visual Information)) VIEW ORIGINAL