U.S. Central Command J-4 Visits Joint Munitions Command Headquarters

By Mr. Darryl Howlett (AMC)January 18, 2013

ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL, Ill.  --  Marine Corps Maj. Gen. Robert R. Ruark, director, Logistics and Engineering, U.S. Central Command,  visits the Joint Munitions Command's display room as Keri Pleasant,  JMC historian, explains some of the ammunition items that JMC produces. Ruark received a JMC orientation briefing Jan. 15 at JMC headquarters. 

From its headquarters in Rock Island, Ill., JMC operates a nationwide network of conventional ammunition manufacturing plants and storage depots, and provides on-site ammunition experts to U.S. combat units wherever they are stationed or deployed.  JMC's customers are U.S. forces of all military services, other U.S. Government agencies, and allied nations.
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL, Ill. -- Marine Corps Maj. Gen. Robert R. Ruark, director, Logistics and Engineering, U.S. Central Command, visits the Joint Munitions Command's display room as Keri Pleasant, JMC historian, explains some of the ammunition items that JMC produces. Ruark received a JMC orientation briefing Jan. 15 at JMC headquarters. From its headquarters in Rock Island, Ill., JMC operates a nationwide network of conventional ammunition manufacturing plants and storage depots, and provides on-site ammunition experts to U.S. combat units wherever they are stationed or deployed. JMC's customers are U.S. forces of all military services, other U.S. Government agencies, and allied nations. (Photo Credit: Darryl Howlett) VIEW ORIGINAL