Quartermaster School

Quartermaster School The official page of the US Army Quartermaster Corps and School at Fort Lee, Virginia. Fo The Quartermaster School (QMS) is a subordinate command of the United States Army's Combined Arms Support Command.

QMS trains soldiers, civilians, and members of other Services and Nations in QM skills and functions. In addition to training, the QMS has command of the 23d Quartermaster Brigade and serves as a proponent on all QM matters. QMS is located at Fort Lee, Virginia.

Happy Holidays from the U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps!  Supporting Victory!
12/25/2021

Happy Holidays from the U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps! Supporting Victory!

Happy Holidays from the U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps! Supporting Victory!

Christmas on Fort Lee 80 years ago in December 1941.
12/20/2021

Christmas on Fort Lee 80 years ago in December 1941.

12/16/2021
www.hrc.army.mil

Greetings Quartermaster NCOs,

Training with Industry Program packet submission window is open!

**THE PACKET SUBMISSION WINDOW IS OPEN FROM 1 NOVEMBER 2021 THROUGH 29 JANUARY 2022**

Approved selectees for the TWI program will incur a three year commitment to the program. Each participant will train with their respective industry for one year, then immediately serve in a two year utilization assignment. This program’s PCS cycle runs from August to July annually. Listed below are the MOSs and their respective industries that we are accepting applications for the FY22 Selection Board for the grade of E6 and E7:

(1) 92A: United Parcel Service World Headquarters, Atlanta, GA
(2) 92F: United Parcel Service World Headquarters, Atlanta, GA
(3) 92F(L): Chevron Oil Corp, Pascagoula, MS
(4) 92G: Culinary Institute of America, San Antonio, TX
(5) 92G: Sodexo, Gaithersburg, MD

All program prerequisites and application information can be found on the links:

Army Quartermaster homepage at https://quartermaster.army.mil/twi/index.html
(Do not use Internet Explorer as the Documents tab will not populate.)

HRC NCO Broadening Program at https://www.hrc.army.mil/content/NCO%20Broadening%20Program

All applications must be submitted to U.S. Army Human Resources Command (HRC), Military Schools Branch, NLT 29 January 2022. Send the DA Form 4187 and supporting documents, in PDF format, to: [email protected]
The subject of email must read, “Request to Compete for TWI – (Last Name).”

This is an excellent career progression opportunity. Training with Industry participants stand out above their peers by gaining unique experience and knowledge not available anywhere else in the Army. Do not count yourself out! Send in your packet ASAP!

Please direct your questions to the following contacts:

HRC Schools Branch
Ms. Lisa D. Roberson
[email protected]
(502) 613-5556 / (DSN) 983-5556

Quartermaster Proponent
SFC Suzanne J. Lindsey
[email protected]
(804) 734-5511 / (DSN) 687-5511

Please do not hesitate to reach out to SFC Lindsey by phone or email if you encounter any roadblocks to finding any forms you need for your packet!

12/10/2021

Mr. Jim Tolbert, Deputy Chief to the Office of the Quartermaster General, Retirement Ceremony

Happy Thanksgiving from the U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps.
11/19/2021

Happy Thanksgiving from the U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps.

11/18/2021

Holiday Block Leave marks the time when students and trainees depart schools and training centers in mid-December for the two-week holiday. Getting our Soldiers home as safely as possible will be our primary focus in the days leading up to the holiday season. The holidays will give our Soldiers and instructors a well deserved break from training to reconnect with loved ones.

Soldiers should start making travel arrangements as soon as possible. Demand for air travel is on the rise ahead of the holidays. With widespread flight cancellations across the nation, increased flight costs, and personnel shortages, Soldiers may consider alternative modes of transport such as trains, buses or personal vehicles. These options may be more flexible, cost effective and present fewer delays.

Ridesharing services may also see an increase in use during the holidays. Soldiers can use the FMWR Shuttle Bus as an option to get to and from the airport, train or bus station. Visit www.winnbus.com/FTLEE

For more information, contact your brigade S3.
Quartermaster School Army Ordnance Corps Army Logistics University Transportation School

11/16/2021

FY22 1st Quarter Quartermaster Town Hall

Photos from 82nd Airborne Division's post
11/10/2021

Photos from 82nd Airborne Division's post

Retired Army Maj. Anthony Grant, who will celebrate his 102nd birthday in January, is one of the relatively few World Wa...
11/04/2021
Quartermaster Corps honors 101-year-old Army veteran

Retired Army Maj. Anthony Grant, who will celebrate his 102nd birthday in January, is one of the relatively few World War II veterans still alive. Born in Harlem and raised in St. Lucia during his youth, Grant was drafted in 1942 and served until 1963. Continuing to work for the government, he managed a number of commissaries in Europe and the U.S., and then took an administrative job at Langley Air Force Base. Grant’s passions these days are spending time with family, traveling and reading. He said he also enjoys outdoor walks every other day. (U.S. Army photo by T. Anthony Bell) (Photo Credit: Terrance Bell) VIEW ORIGINAL

FORT LEE, Va. — A 101-year-old Army retiree and war veteran will be among those feted during a Quartermaster Honors event, taking place Nov. 4 on Fort L...

10/14/2021

#ThrowbackThursday It was a great day when the 3rd Quartermaster Company began to issue ice cream (Korea, early 1950s). #ROTM

Photos from 151st QM Company's post
10/05/2021

Photos from 151st QM Company's post

Photos from Aerial Delivery and Field Services Department  ADFSD's post
09/21/2021

Photos from Aerial Delivery and Field Services Department ADFSD's post

Captain Gomez currently serves as the commander of the 470th Quartermaster Company (Brigade Aerial Delivery Support Comp...
09/20/2021

Captain Gomez currently serves as the commander of the 470th Quartermaster Company (Brigade Aerial Delivery Support Company) based in Fort Bragg, North Carolina, and credits the events of 9/11 for setting him on a new path.

Remembering 11 September 2001, Quartermaster Staff Sergeant (later Sergeant First Class) Christopher Braman's melted sho...
09/10/2021

Remembering 11 September 2001, Quartermaster Staff Sergeant (later Sergeant First Class) Christopher Braman's melted shoes in the collection of the US Army Quartermaster Museum.

Serving as food service specialist, he was on duty at the Pentagon on the morning of 11 September. He had been monitoring the news from New York and had just finished talking with his wife when American Flight 77 hit the Pentagon. Braman joined the thousands evacuating the building but upon seeing the carnage and the wounded, he called upon his training and faith, and dashed back into the building to search for survivors.

For three days, non-stop, Braman worked in the wreckage of the Pentagon looking for survivors and recovering remains. He is credited, along with others, of rescuing 17 survivors and he personally tagged 63 sets of remains.

While searching in the burning building, Braman was treated for burned lungs and he would later suffer the effects of breathing burning jet fuel. He would later describe his rescue efforts as “reaching through a cloud of smoke.” For his heroic efforts on that day, Braman was awarded the Soldiers Medal and the Purple Heart.

Braman continued to be called upon to recount his experiences on 11 September. He appeared on Oprah Winfrey, carried the Olympic Torch at the Pentagon in December 2001, and conducted numerous speaking engagements since 11 September.

Remembering 11 September 2001, Quartermaster Staff Sergeant (later Sergeant First Class) Christopher Braman's melted shoes in the collection of the US Army Quartermaster Museum.

Serving as food service specialist, he was on duty at the Pentagon on the morning of 11 September. He had been monitoring the news from New York and had just finished talking with his wife when American Flight 77 hit the Pentagon. Braman joined the thousands evacuating the building but upon seeing the carnage and the wounded, he called upon his training and faith, and dashed back into the building to search for survivors.

For three days, non-stop, Braman worked in the wreckage of the Pentagon looking for survivors and recovering remains. He is credited, along with others, of rescuing 17 survivors and he personally tagged 63 sets of remains.

While searching in the burning building, Braman was treated for burned lungs and he would later suffer the effects of breathing burning jet fuel. He would later describe his rescue efforts as “reaching through a cloud of smoke.” For his heroic efforts on that day, Braman was awarded the Soldiers Medal and the Purple Heart.

Braman continued to be called upon to recount his experiences on 11 September. He appeared on Oprah Winfrey, carried the Olympic Torch at the Pentagon in December 2001, and conducted numerous speaking engagements since 11 September.

Never Forget, Quartermaster Major Stephen V. Long who perished during the 11 September 2001 attack on the Pentagon.
09/10/2021

Never Forget, Quartermaster Major Stephen V. Long who perished during the 11 September 2001 attack on the Pentagon.

Remembering 11 September 2001, Quartermaster Lieutenant Colonel Brian Birdwell's singed Pentagon Badge from the collecti...
09/09/2021

Remembering 11 September 2001, Quartermaster Lieutenant Colonel Brian Birdwell's singed Pentagon Badge from the collection of the U.S. Army Quartermaster Museum.

Birdwell was assigned to the Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff of Personnel in the Pentagon, was just returning to his office when American flight 77 crashed into the building. He was immediately thrown to the ground, suffering burns on over 60% of his body, 40% third degree on his arms and hands. He sought safety under a fire sprinkler but if not for the some fellow office workers who were searching the corridor and found him, he would have died from smoke inhalation.

Birdwell was taken to Georgetown University Medical Center where specialists in burn care began treatment. While he was awaiting surgery, the First Family paid a visit to the ward. After a brief visit, and as he was leaving, President Bush rendered a salute to Birdwell, a reversal of protocol and clearly a sign of the President’s respect. The President held the salute while Birdwell returned it.

Birdwell would undergo 20 operations before returning to work. He was awarded the Purple Heart by General Eric Shenseki, the Army Chief of Staff.

Remembering 11 September 2001, Quartermaster Lieutenant Colonel Brian Birdwell's singed Pentagon Badge from the collection of the U.S. Army Quartermaster Museum.

Birdwell was assigned to the Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff of Personnel in the Pentagon, was just returning to his office when American flight 77 crashed into the building. He was immediately thrown to the ground, suffering burns on over 60% of his body, 40% third degree on his arms and hands. He sought safety under a fire sprinkler but if not for the some fellow office workers who were searching the corridor and found him, he would have died from smoke inhalation.

Birdwell was taken to Georgetown University Medical Center where specialists in burn care began treatment. While he was awaiting surgery, the First Family paid a visit to the ward. After a brief visit, and as he was leaving, President Bush rendered a salute to Birdwell, a reversal of protocol and clearly a sign of the President’s respect. The President held the salute while Birdwell returned it.

Birdwell would undergo 20 operations before returning to work. He was awarded the Purple Heart by General Eric Shenseki, the Army Chief of Staff.

Greetings Fellow Quartermasters/SustainersBrigadier General Michelle K. Donahue, the 56th Quartermaster General and Comm...
09/01/2021
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Greetings Fellow Quartermasters/Sustainers

Brigadier General Michelle K. Donahue, the 56th Quartermaster General and Commandant, United States Army Quartermaster School will host the next live Quartermaster
Connect session on 05 October 2021, 1200 - 1400 (EST).

This session will cover the following topics:
- Logistics Trends – National Training Center
- Enlisted Assignment Trends – Human Resources Command
- Tank Rank Module “Use” Discussion and Future FDU Adjustments
- Status of “How to” Handbooks & QM Training Opportunities via Vimeo
- Empowering the SASMO + ALU Course Update
- 92F/L MOS Merger & Required DL Training
- ALC & SLC Common Core Course Changes
- Recruiting Reserve Component Warrant Officers
- DA PAM 600-25 (NCO Professional Development Guide) Updates
- Continuing Education, Credentialing and Training with Industry opportunities

QM Connect will be held via Microsoft Teams (QMS Teams/QM Connect Channel).

Use the following link to request access to join QMS teams and the QM Connect Channel.
https://dod.teams.microsoft.us/l/channel/19%3adod%3a00b4f9c644954cfd8b7a9f1e3c36c4c9%40thread.skype/QM%2520Connect?groupId=c89897a5-d13b-430b-8b82-ea43655063a8&tenantId=fae6d70f-954b-4811-92b6-0530d6f84c43

Upon access go to QM Connect Channel and join the meeting.

Recommend attendees log on prior to the start of the meeting to mitigate technical difficulties and missing portions of the event.

Issues accessing the QM Connect Team channel, contact (804) 734-4178 or [email protected].

MS Teams will be used to provide audio, view slides, and post questions during the event. Read Ahead materials will be posted to the “QM Connect” channel NLT 02 October 2021. We look forward to your participation.

05 OCT 21 bridge number connected to the meeting is 571-616-7941. PIN:110487473#

Happy National Airborne Day to all the Quartermaster Paratroopers out there! AATW!!!  World War II Quartermaster General...
08/16/2021

Happy National Airborne Day to all the Quartermaster Paratroopers out there! AATW!!!

World War II Quartermaster General Edmund Gregory with a soldier modeling the M-1942 paratrooper jumpsuit. The Quartermaster Corps developed nearly everything the WWII paratrooper wore or carried.

Happy National Airborne Day to all the Quartermaster Paratroopers out there! AATW!!!

World War II Quartermaster General Edmund Gregory with a soldier modeling the M-1942 paratrooper jumpsuit. The Quartermaster Corps developed nearly everything the WWII paratrooper wore or carried.

Photos from 310th ESC's post
08/04/2021

Photos from 310th ESC's post

07/09/2021

BOLC QM induction ceremony class 21-007

06/24/2021
Promotion of Colonel Michelle K. Donahue

Please join us for the promotion ceremony of the 56th Quartermaster Corps Commandant to the rank of Brigadier General.

The ceremony will be hosted by the 18th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General (Ret.) Martin E. Dempsey at Fort Lee's Army Women's Museum

Photos from Victor Company, 262nd Quartermaster Battalion, 23rd Quartermaster Brigade's post
06/22/2021

Photos from Victor Company, 262nd Quartermaster Battalion, 23rd Quartermaster Brigade's post

Army rigger checks the static line for pallet set for air drop
06/17/2021
Army rigger checks the static line for pallet set for air drop

Army rigger checks the static line for pallet set for air drop

Army rigger Spc. Tatum Bonham, deployed to Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar, as an air load specialist with the Fort Bragg, N.C., based 151st Quartermaster Detachment, secures the strapping connections on palletized supplies to the static line June 14, 2021, inside an Air Force C-130. Bonham, a native of Sa...

On behalf of Colonel (Promotable) Michelle K. Donahue, the 56th Quartermaster General and Commandant, United States Army...
06/17/2021

On behalf of Colonel (Promotable) Michelle K. Donahue, the 56th Quartermaster General and Commandant, United States Army Quartermaster School would like you to join us virtually in celebrating the career of Command Sergeant Major Eric J. Vidal at his retirement ceremony Friday, the eighteenth of June at eleven o’clock in the morning EST. Quartermaster Command Sergeant Major

On behalf of Colonel (Promotable) Michelle K. Donahue, the 56th Quartermaster General and Commandant, United States Army Quartermaster School would like you to join us virtually in celebrating the career of Command Sergeant Major Eric J. Vidal at his retirement ceremony Friday, the eighteenth of June at eleven o’clock in the morning EST. Quartermaster Command Sergeant Major

On behalf of Colonel (Promotable) Michelle K. Donahue, the 56th Quartermaster General and Commandant, United States Army...
06/17/2021

On behalf of Colonel (Promotable) Michelle K. Donahue, the 56th Quartermaster General and Commandant, United States Army Quartermaster School requests the honor of your virtual presence at the Change of Responsibility ceremony between Command Sergeant Major Eric J. Vidal and Command Sergeant Major Tisa W. Scott on Friday, the eighteenth of June at eight-thirty in the morning EST. Quartermaster Command Sergeant Major

101st ESB Soldiers train for cooking competition
06/17/2021
101st ESB Soldiers train for cooking competition

101st ESB Soldiers train for cooking competition

JOINT BASE MCGUIRE-DIX-LAKEHURST, N.J. – Steam billows from under a small tarp out in the woods as Soldiers from the New York Army National Guard’s 101s...

Photos from Quartermaster Regimental Chief Warrant Officer's post
06/16/2021

Photos from Quartermaster Regimental Chief Warrant Officer's post

Supporting Victory! 16 June 2021, is the 246th Anniversary of our Corps... 100 years ago this week Quartermasters, who h...
06/15/2021

Supporting Victory! 16 June 2021, is the 246th Anniversary of our Corps... 100 years ago this week Quartermasters, who had served in combat in World War I just three years earlier, were celebrating the Quartermaster Corps anniversary in style.

Supporting Victory! 16 June 2021, is the 246th Anniversary of our Corps... 100 years ago this week Quartermasters, who had served in combat in World War I just three years earlier, were celebrating the Quartermaster Corps anniversary in style.

06/15/2021

QM BOLC Induction Ceremony Class 21-006A

Photos from The 61st Quartermaster Battalion's post
06/13/2021

Photos from The 61st Quartermaster Battalion's post

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Good Afternoon team. Can anybody refer me to an actual 12K Plumber/Utilitiesman?
How here would have been 25-35 year old serving in 1989?
Anyone in here attended the 76 V course say around october of 81
I just got a copy of Manual for Army Cooks, 1910 and ran across a term I have never heard of. Paragraph 426 has a table of "oven temperatures as determined by the hand-second counts". It lists "First counts" in one column and "Counts after browning" in another as well as a column for "Time". I can't seem to find a definition in the manual anywhere. I searched the Interwebs but didn't find anything. Can you shed some light on this term?
Hello, my husband (deceased) was a student at the Fort Lee Quartermaster School in 1961 when he was seven years old. I have a fancy "diploma" signed by Commandant, Quartermaster Robert B. Taylor indicating that he completed a 17 foot jump demonstrating the courage of a future paratrooper. Can you tell my adult children & me what that was all about? thanks!
This would be a perfect opportunity for the 92S. I hope that MOS wasn’t deactivated. They had all of the required machines for this task.
Can anyone help with a recent S4 SOP?
I am trying to help my German cousin find his wife's biological father, who was stationed in Germany in about 1960/1961. This information leads me to believe he was in the Quartermaster Co: Robert H. Hawke born 11. April 1939, Fort Lee Virginia, RA 1365465-534th-QM-Co(FM), (DS). Can you help me, or tell me where to look further?
I'm looking for anyone that has gone through the Food Service School at Ft. Lee ??
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nov/dec 78 PAPPA co for ait food service ret in 01 23 yrs