262nd Quartermaster Battalion

262nd Quartermaster Battalion Units serving under the 262nd include: AIT Companies C, R, U, V, and J.

Operating as usual

Caught Speeding 10 Above Posted Limit, License Revoked
05/04/2021
Caught Speeding 10 Above Posted Limit, License Revoked

Caught Speeding 10 Above Posted Limit, License Revoked

The message is loud and clear: get caught 10 mph above a post speed limit on Fort Lee and get your driving privileges suspended here for one year. Despite this, law enforcement personnel issued 130 speeding tickets over the course of a 26-day period in April at an installation with only 119 miles of...

Today we honor SPC Trevor Win’E. Our Petroleum Water Department holds a moment of silence annually to honor this hero an...
05/01/2021

Today we honor SPC Trevor Win’E. Our Petroleum Water Department holds a moment of silence annually to honor this hero and instill pride and tradition in our newest 92F, Petroleum Supply Specialist following in SPC Win’Es footsteps.

SPC Win’E, a 92F, paid the ultimate price in defense of freedom while assigned to the 24th Quartermaster Supply Company at Forward Operating Base Diamondback, Mosul, Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom on 1 May 2004. We honor his sacrifice and service to the Nation which emulates the enduring Army values such duty, selfless service and personal courage.

Never Forgotten.

Dragon 6 stopped by to recognize excellence! Thank you SSG Boyer, SFC Day, and SFC Williams for being valued members of ...
04/30/2021

Dragon 6 stopped by to recognize excellence! Thank you SSG Boyer, SFC Day, and SFC Williams for being valued members of the Life Line Team!

04/28/2021

*Calling all NCO's!

The 22-02 ASK-EM Enlisted Market will be open from 0700 EDT Wednesday, 28 April to midnight EDT 8 June for over 6,000 NCOs eligible for assignment between January and May 2022 (YMAVs - between 2201-2205). NCOs in the market are encouraged to preference the maximum number of assignments available in their respective markets.

Don't miss the opportunity to shape your future assignment!

Uniform Company Change of Command. Thank you to the outgoing commander CPT Jennings! Job well done! CPT Mui, welcome to ...
04/22/2021

Uniform Company Change of Command. Thank you to the outgoing commander CPT Jennings! Job well done! CPT Mui, welcome to the LifeLine team!

April is SHARP Observance Month. Honored to host SA Survivors today who took time to talk to our newest Soldiers about t...
04/22/2021

April is SHARP Observance Month.

Honored to host SA Survivors today who took time to talk to our newest Soldiers about their experiences.

Never allow SA/SH to infiltrate your team!

Army Values, not just fun slides. They are the foundation of every Soldier and the core beliefs in our Army and service ...
04/05/2021

Army Values, not just fun slides. They are the foundation of every Soldier and the core beliefs in our Army and service to the Nation

The Life Line Battalion would like to thank all those service members that are Vietnam Veterans. 🇺🇸❤️Give us a 🇺🇸 if you...
03/29/2021

The Life Line Battalion would like to thank all those service members that are Vietnam Veterans. 🇺🇸❤️

Give us a 🇺🇸 if you’re a Veteran!

Give us a ❤️ if you’re a family member of a Veteran!

Give us a ✅ if your a family member of a future Soldier!

The Life Line Battalion would like to thank all those service members that are Vietnam Veterans. 🇺🇸❤️

Give us a 🇺🇸 if you’re a Veteran!

Give us a ❤️ if you’re a family member of a Veteran!

Give us a ✅ if your a family member of a future Soldier!

Closing Women’s History Month with a little history. Women’s History Month is a celebration of women’s contributions to ...
03/29/2021
Women’s History Month 2021

Closing Women’s History Month with a little history.

Women’s History Month is a celebration of women’s contributions to history, culture and society and has been observed annually in the month of March in the United States since 1987. Women’s History Month 2021 will take place from Monday, March 1-Wednesday, March 31, 2021.

https://www.history.com/topics/holidays/womens-history-month

Women’s History Month is a celebration of women’s contributions to history, culture and society and has been observed annually in the month of March in the

Stand Up Against Extremism. Hard conversations about the Army Profession. Our Cadre trained to facilitate discussion wit...
03/26/2021

Stand Up Against Extremism. Hard conversations about the Army Profession. Our Cadre trained to facilitate discussion with our AIT Soldiers, to include a mock trial. GO 27D! Shout out to SSG Harris, 92S on her Oath of Enlistment Class.

“Be the catalyst for change”

Mrs. Mathilde Kman was recognized today as the SFRG Leader of the Quarter. Presented with the Civilian Service Achieveme...
03/24/2021

Mrs. Mathilde Kman was recognized today as the SFRG Leader of the Quarter. Presented with the Civilian Service Achievement Medal, thank you for the support you provide to our Soldiers, Families, and the Community!

In 1993, the @USArmy named its first woman Drill Sergeant of the Year...then Staff Sgt. (now Colonel) Jill Henderson. He...
03/21/2021

In 1993, the @USArmy named its first woman Drill Sergeant of the Year...then Staff Sgt. (now Colonel) Jill Henderson. Her motto was that "It's better to lead by example than intimidation and fear." She is the epitome of what it means to be a Professional. #WomensHistoryMonth

In 1993, the @USArmy named its first woman Drill Sergeant of the Year...then Staff Sgt. (now Colonel) Jill Henderson. Her motto was that "It's better to lead by example than intimidation and fear." She is the epitome of what it means to be a Professional. #WomensHistoryMonth

Congratulations and welcome to the team, CSM Scott!
03/19/2021

Congratulations and welcome to the team, CSM Scott!

Ladies and Gentlemen, on behalf of the U.S. Quartermaster Corps, it is my distinct pleasure to announce the selection of CSM Tisa W. Scott as the 15th Quartermaster Regimental Command Sergeant Major.

CSM Scott comes highly recommended and is ready to take the torch to continue to develop leaders, drive change and make a significant impact on the Quartermaster Corps.

CSM Vidal and I are excited to welcome CSM Scott later this spring. Supporting Victory!

QM6

Michelle K. Donahue
COL, LG
CASCOM DCO for Modernization
56th Quartermaster Commandant

View her bio here: https://home.army.mil/ria/index.php/about/leadership/command-sgt-maj

Congratulations SSG(P) Radke, 92S and thank you for choosing to STAY ARMY! The Army is a family business and we are prou...
03/19/2021

Congratulations SSG(P) Radke, 92S and thank you for choosing to STAY ARMY! The Army is a family business and we are proud of the Radke Team!

SASH! Students Against Sexual Harassment. It’s takes an Army, Cadre provides additional training to the Soldier voluntee...
03/17/2021

SASH! Students Against Sexual Harassment. It’s takes an Army, Cadre provides additional training to the Soldier volunteers to keep their battle buddies safe. Life Line to Victory!

Thanks to MWR Warrior Quest and Tree Time Adventures for hosting Brigade Officer PT this morning! Great times conquering...
03/17/2021

Thanks to MWR Warrior Quest and Tree Time Adventures for hosting Brigade Officer PT this morning! Great times conquering fears and building the team! Fort Lee FMWR Tree Time Adventures

Women’s History Month! Today we honor retired LTG Gwen Bingham. A Quartermaster Legend, LTG Bingham was the first Woman ...
03/14/2021

Women’s History Month!

Today we honor retired LTG Gwen Bingham. A Quartermaster Legend, LTG Bingham was the first Woman to serve as the Quartermaster General. LTG Gwen Bingham broke barriers with 38 years of service and dedication to Soldiers and Families.

Women’s History Month!

Today we honor retired LTG Gwen Bingham. A Quartermaster Legend, LTG Bingham was the first Woman to serve as the Quartermaster General. LTG Gwen Bingham broke barriers with 38 years of service and dedication to Soldiers and Families.

We see you Summertime! Forward those clocks 🌼🌸☀️
03/14/2021

We see you Summertime! Forward those clocks 🌼🌸☀️

We see you Summertime! Forward those clocks 🌼🌸☀️

Listen, Learn and Act as we celebrate International Women’s Day. 8 March 2021
03/08/2021

Listen, Learn and Act as we celebrate International Women’s Day. 8 March 2021

Women’s History Month! Today we honor GEN Ann Dunwoody. Her career 1sts:-1st female Battalion Commander in the 82nd-1st ...
03/07/2021

Women’s History Month! Today we honor GEN Ann Dunwoody. Her career 1sts:
-1st female Battalion Commander in the 82nd
-1st female General Officer at Ft. Bragg
-1st female Commanding General of CASCOM
-1st female GEN and CDR of AMC. She was described as “the best logistician the Army has ever had.”

The 262nd Chaplain broke bread with Command Teams and BN Staff to discuss “Conflict Resolution”. *A gentle reminder to a...
03/05/2021

The 262nd Chaplain broke bread with Command Teams and BN Staff to discuss “Conflict Resolution”.

*A gentle reminder to always lead with grace and compassion.

Timeline Photos
03/02/2021

Timeline Photos

COVID Town Hall: Check out the CASCOM page Thursday at 11 a.m. for the live town hall event for an update on Fort Lee's COVID response and the progress of the vaccination program!

March is Women’s History Month! We look forward to showcasing the accomplishments of Women and what they bring to the fi...
03/01/2021

March is Women’s History Month! We look forward to showcasing the accomplishments of Women and what they bring to the fight. Life Line to Victory!

March is Women’s History Month! We look forward to showcasing the accomplishments of Women and what they bring to the fight. Life Line to Victory!

Victor Company brilliantly hosted the Fort Lee Black History Month Equal Opportunity observance with Dr. Makola Abdullah...
02/26/2021

Victor Company brilliantly hosted the Fort Lee Black History Month Equal Opportunity observance with Dr. Makola Abdullah, President of Virginia State University. Celebrating The Black Family, Honoring the Past and Securing Our Future.

Thank you to the Soldiers and Leaders for sharing their story and their light.

Diversity makes our Army a better place to serve. People First!

Photos from Petroleum and Water Department's post
02/25/2021

Photos from Petroleum and Water Department's post

Timeline Photos
02/23/2021

Timeline Photos

The inspirational story of the first black woman commissioned in the U.S. Army, LTC Charity Adams Earley, former commander of the storied 6888th Postal Battalion in Europe. She overcame so much to serve and lead; diversity and inclusion make us stronger! #21stCenturyCSAReadingList

02/18/2021

OPERATIONAL STATUS UPDATE: Fort Lee will open on a 2-HOUR DELAY Friday, February 19, due to hazardous winter weather conditions.

ONLY key and essential military and civilian personnel must report to work on time. All other personnel should plan to arrive following the 2-hour delay – do NOT come to work any earlier. Please contact your supervisor for confirmation and details.

Kenner Army Health Clinic and all Fort Lee FMWR facilities will open at 10 a.m., however, parent drop-off at Lee CYS facilities will not commence until 10:30 a.m.

The Commissary will open at 9 a.m. AAFES facilities will open at their normal times.

Installation access gates and dining facilities will operate on their normal schedules, with the exception of Temple Ave. Gate, which will be open 4:30-11 a.m.

All other facilities will open two hours after their normally scheduled times.

Drivers are encouraged to exercise extreme caution when driving in winter weather both on- and off-post. Individuals parking cars on post may wish to avoid parking near trees, as falling branches or trees due to icy conditions may cause vehicle damage. Monitor local news media and other weather-related sources for weather updates that may affect travel. For information on road conditions in your local area, visit www.511virginia.org.

The Fort Lee Hazardous Weather Guide includes important information regarding changes to the installation's operational status, delayed reporting procedures, other ways to stay up-to-date, winter preparedness tips and more. View it online now at https://home.army.mil/lee/index.php/hazweather.

02/17/2021

OPERATIONAL STATUS UPDATE: Fort Lee will open on a 4-HOUR DELAY Thursday, February 18, due to hazardous winter weather conditions. LIBERAL LEAVE is authorized.

ONLY key and essential military and civilian personnel must report to work on time. All other personnel should plan to arrive following the 4-hour delay – do NOT come to work any earlier. Please contact your supervisor for confirmation and details, including questions about leave and telework policies or procedures.

Conditions will be reassessed Thursday morning to determine if further operational status changes are warranted.

Installation access gate hours will be as follows Thursday:

• Sisisky Boulevard Gate: Always Open
• Shop Road Gate: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
• A Avenue Gate: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
• Mahone Avenue Gate: 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.
• Lee Avenue Gate: Closed
• Jackson Circle Gate: Always Open
• Temple Avenue Gate: 10 a.m. to noon
• Visitor Control Center: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Kenner Army Health Clinic facilities will open at 11 a.m., except for the pharmacy, which will delay opening until 1 p.m.

All Fort Lee FMWR facilities will open at 11 a.m., however, parent drop-off at CYS facilities will not commence until 11:30 a.m.

The Commissary and all AAFES facilities will open at 11 a.m. – except for the Express gas station, which will open at 9 a.m.

Dining facilities will operate on brunch schedules.

The African-American/Black History Month observance scheduled to be hosted virtually at 11:30 a.m. by the 23RD Quartermaster Brigade is postponed until a later date, to be announced.

Drivers are encouraged to exercise extreme caution when driving in winter weather both on- and off-post. Individuals parking cars on post may wish to avoid parking near trees, as falling branches or trees due to icy conditions may cause vehicle damage. Monitor local news media and other weather-related sources for weather updates that may affect travel. For information on road conditions in your local area, visit www.511virginia.org.

The Fort Lee Hazardous Weather Guide includes important information regarding changes to the installation's operational status, delayed reporting procedures, other ways to stay up-to-date, winter preparedness tips and more. View it online now at https://home.army.mil/lee/index.php/hazweather.

Today, in honor of #BlackHistoryMonth, and in honor of our JAG School partnership, we highlight Chief Warrant Officer F...
02/15/2021

Today, in honor of #BlackHistoryMonth, and in honor of our JAG School partnership, we highlight Chief Warrant Officer Five (CW5) Ron Prescott, our Regimental Chief Warrant Officer of the Corps and the first Black American to hold the position.

CW5 Ron E. Prescott, a native of the Caribbean islands of Trinidad and Tobago, entered active duty in 1998 after working as a banker in the twin island republic for six years. He completed Basic Combat Training (BCT) and Advanced Individual Training (AIT) at Fort Jackson, South Carolina in 1999. In 2003, after earning the rank of Staff Sergeant, he was assessed as a Warrant Officer and completed Warrant Officer Candidate School at Fort Rucker, Alabama.

Over the span of his 22-year career, CW5 Prescott has served in various duty locations and positions to include: NCOIC of the Paralegal Degree Research Team at The Judge Advocate General’s School in Charlottesville, Virginia; Operational Law NCOIC, United States Army South at Fort Buchanan Puerto Rico and Fort Sam Houston, Texas; Senior Legal Administrator Regional Command-South, Kandahar, Afghanistan; Director of Operations and Student Services, The Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School, Charlottesville, Virginia; Senior Legal Administrator, 8th Army Yongsan, Korea; Legal Services Program Manager and Functional Proponent, Headquarters, U.S. Army Installation Management Command, Joint Base San Antonio, Texas; and the Judge Advocate Warrant Officer Proponent in the Personnel Plans Training Office, Office of The Judge Advocate General, Washington, DC.

CW5 Prescott possesses a Doctor of Philosophy in Organizational Psychology and a Master of Science in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Walden University, Minneapolis, Minnesota. He also possesses a Bachelor of Science in Management from Wayland Baptist University, San Antonio, Texas.

Today, in honor of #BlackHistoryMonth, and in honor of our JAG School partnership, we highlight Chief Warrant Officer Five (CW5) Ron Prescott, our Regimental Chief Warrant Officer of the Corps and the first Black American to hold the position.

CW5 Ron E. Prescott, a native of the Caribbean islands of Trinidad and Tobago, entered active duty in 1998 after working as a banker in the twin island republic for six years. He completed Basic Combat Training (BCT) and Advanced Individual Training (AIT) at Fort Jackson, South Carolina in 1999. In 2003, after earning the rank of Staff Sergeant, he was assessed as a Warrant Officer and completed Warrant Officer Candidate School at Fort Rucker, Alabama.

Over the span of his 22-year career, CW5 Prescott has served in various duty locations and positions to include: NCOIC of the Paralegal Degree Research Team at The Judge Advocate General’s School in Charlottesville, Virginia; Operational Law NCOIC, United States Army South at Fort Buchanan Puerto Rico and Fort Sam Houston, Texas; Senior Legal Administrator Regional Command-South, Kandahar, Afghanistan; Director of Operations and Student Services, The Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School, Charlottesville, Virginia; Senior Legal Administrator, 8th Army Yongsan, Korea; Legal Services Program Manager and Functional Proponent, Headquarters, U.S. Army Installation Management Command, Joint Base San Antonio, Texas; and the Judge Advocate Warrant Officer Proponent in the Personnel Plans Training Office, Office of The Judge Advocate General, Washington, DC.

CW5 Prescott possesses a Doctor of Philosophy in Organizational Psychology and a Master of Science in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Walden University, Minneapolis, Minnesota. He also possesses a Bachelor of Science in Management from Wayland Baptist University, San Antonio, Texas.

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