Army Sustainment Command sets sail in Pacific Reach
By Mr Charles Fick (AMC)
September 8, 2011 1 / 1 Watercraft, like this tug in Yokohama Harbor, Japan, are a vital element of Army Pre-Positioned Stocks, managed by Army Sustainment Command. VIEW ORIGINAL
Army watercraft, like the tug boat pictured here in Yokohama Harbor, Japan, are being put to the test by Soldiers from around the globe during Exercise Pacific Reach 2011 The vessels are a vital part of Army Sustainment Command's global collection of pre-positioned stocks, enabling expeditionary and contingency operations.
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