262nd Quartermaster Battalion

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

Operating as usual

From our Drill Sergeants, Victor Company Command Team, and 92F trainees, Happy Holidays. FIRED UP! Victor on the move!
12/16/2021

From our Drill Sergeants, Victor Company Command Team, and 92F trainees, Happy Holidays. FIRED UP! Victor on the move!

Charlie Company hosted the battalion hail and farewell with an ugly sweater theme and white elephant gift exchange. Grea...
12/16/2021

Charlie Company hosted the battalion hail and farewell with an ugly sweater theme and white elephant gift exchange. Great evening of laughs and fellowship as we welcomed our new families as well as thanking our departing Soldier’s and families. Lifeline to Victory!

Today we culminate our week themed “Hoooray for the Holidays” with Who’s Got Talent led by Romeo Company. Our trainees s...
12/11/2021

Today we culminate our week themed “Hoooray for the Holidays” with Who’s Got Talent led by Romeo Company. Our trainees showcased their vocal, dance, and spoken word talents and boy were they great! Our very own SSG Alfaro was on the turntables. Army Community Service , food trucks came out to support, and many others that helped put this event together. All participants received a gift. The 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners won trophies, bowling passes, and company incentive coupons. The 262nd cadre have collectively done an amazing job with bringing holiday cheer to our atmosphere.

Yesterday our Quartermaster General and Regimental Command Sergeant Major recognized Soldiers for their hard work and de...
12/11/2021

Yesterday our Quartermaster General and Regimental Command Sergeant Major recognized Soldiers for their hard work and dedication daily throughout the 23rd Quartermaster Brigade with awards that range from the Order of Saint Martin to a coin of excellence. 262nd QM BN had 18 Soldiers that were recognized. Thanks team for all that you do.

Charlie Company hosted the second event during our themed week “Hoooray for the Holidays”. Movie and game night!  Our dr...
12/10/2021

Charlie Company hosted the second event during our themed week “Hoooray for the Holidays”. Movie and game night! Our drill sergeants played trivia with our trainees asking military knowledge questions and culminated with a movie. Our trainees received donated gift bags and movie night treats as refreshments. Thanks team for another awesome event.

Today in the Petroleum and Water Department we thanked two Soldiers for Life for their honorable service to our nation a...
12/09/2021

Today in the Petroleum and Water Department we thanked two Soldiers for Life for their honorable service to our nation and farewelled four NCOs going to do phenomenal things in the Army. The awardees spoke about being appreciative for civilian and military leaders within the department pushing them to perform on a levels of excellence previously undiscovered. Hundreds of trainees were educated and positively influenced by these leaders. Thank You! Lifeline to Victory

Today in the Petroleum and Water Department we thanked two Soldiers for Life for their honorable service to our nation and farewelled four NCOs going to do phenomenal things in the Army. The awardees spoke about being appreciative for civilian and military leaders within the department pushing them to perform on a levels of excellence previously undiscovered. Hundreds of trainees were educated and positively influenced by these leaders. Thank You! Lifeline to Victory

Juliet Company kicked off our week themed “Hooray for the Holidays” with a juice and paint event for all companies in th...
12/08/2021

Juliet Company kicked off our week themed “Hooray for the Holidays” with a juice and paint event for all companies in the battalion. Trainees showcased their talents by painting ornaments that’ll be gifted to family, used as room decorations, or given to cadre as a thank you for their leadership. The J Co team served home made mint chocolate cookies as well. Great event and great way to spread holiday cheer.

Today the Fort Lee USO came to 262nd Quartermaster Battalion and setup holiday festivities for our trainees kicking off ...
12/06/2021

Today the Fort Lee USO came to 262nd Quartermaster Battalion and setup holiday festivities for our trainees kicking off this weeks themed “Hooray for the Holidays”. Our trainees were appreciative for their time and efforts. Some events were the human Christmas tree decorating race, hot coco station, tug of war, corn hole, USO education, and goodie bags with holiday treats. The USO staff were overwhelmed with the positive feedback from today’s events and we are looking forward to working together again soon. Thanks to a couple great NCO’s DS Guzman and SFC Daffney-Pressley for volunteering at the event today.

1SG Latson of C Co 262nd Quartermaster Battalion directly coordinated with staff at John Tyler Community College to orga...
12/05/2021

1SG Latson of C Co 262nd Quartermaster Battalion directly coordinated with staff at John Tyler Community College to organize a Lean Practitioner class where 13 Soldiers from SPC-CSM across 23rd QM BDE earned a certification to be used towards career progression and civilian career aspirations. Job well done 1SG and team. More certification opportunities to come. Last day of class!

1SG Latson of C Co 262nd Quartermaster Battalion directly coordinated with staff at John Tyler Community College to organize a Lean Practitioner class where 13 Soldiers from SPC-CSM across 23rd QM BDE earned a certification to be used towards career progression and civilian career aspirations. Job well done 1SG and team. More certification opportunities to come. Last day of class!

Post, Brigade, Battalion, and Company Command Teams, Department Leadership, Instructors, and Drill Sergeants served our ...
11/26/2021

Post, Brigade, Battalion, and Company Command Teams, Department Leadership, Instructors, and Drill Sergeants served our trainees Thanksgiving dinner today. Leadership fellowshiped with our trainees and offered many words of wisdom encouraging them all to reflect on what they are grateful for. We are extremely grateful to be part of such a selfless and extraordinary team. “Lifeline to Victory “

The 262nd QM BN Warrior Restaurant staff did a phenomenal job preparing a five star feast for our trainees and Cadre tha...
11/26/2021

The 262nd QM BN Warrior Restaurant staff did a phenomenal job preparing a five star feast for our trainees and Cadre that chose to dine. Thank you fir all that you do for us year round. Our Soldiers are very well.

262nd Quartermaster Battalion wishes our family and friends a Happy Thanksgiving. We have over 1, 300 Cadre and Trainees...
11/25/2021

262nd Quartermaster Battalion wishes our family and friends a Happy Thanksgiving. We have over 1, 300 Cadre and Trainees to be thankful for. The hard work, dedication, and acts of selfless service that’s performed within our battalion daily is amazing. It is with an attitude of gratitude that we say thank you and enjoy this day.

262nd Quartermaster Battalion wishes our family and friends a Happy Thanksgiving. We have over 1, 300 Cadre and Trainees to be thankful for. The hard work, dedication, and acts of selfless service that’s performed within our battalion daily is amazing. It is with an attitude of gratitude that we say thank you and enjoy this day.

262nd Quartermaster Battalion trainees and their drill sergeants as coaches collectively won the brigade commanders cup/...
11/24/2021

262nd Quartermaster Battalion trainees and their drill sergeants as coaches collectively won the brigade commanders cup/turkey bowl competition. This accomplishment was possible through their hard work, preparation, and teamwork. Thankful for our Lifeline family. “Lifeline to Victory”

Recap:  Halloween football game from which Charlie Company took first place. Thanks to 262nd QM BN cadre for putting tog...
11/19/2021

Recap: Halloween football game from which Charlie Company took first place. Thanks to 262nd QM BN cadre for putting together this event for our trainees. Today 262nd QM BN as one team gets the opportunity to bring home the BDE Turkey Bowl championship trophy.

How befitting that on this Veterans Day we get to post about one of our very own. Col(R) James Givens commanded 262nd Qu...
11/11/2021

How befitting that on this Veterans Day we get to post about one of our very own. Col(R) James Givens commanded 262nd Quartermaster BN in 1985. His recent visit was very inspiring as he had a personal account for most of the artifacts we display in our battalion today. He knew and trained many of the commanders and leaders that came after him. Thank you and all Veterans for your service.

DS hat stands presented to DS Evans, DS Talton, DS King, and DS Washington upon dehatting.
11/10/2021

DS hat stands presented to DS Evans, DS Talton, DS King, and DS Washington upon dehatting.

Senior Enlisted Leaders from 23rd QM BDE conducted a BDE Sergeant Audie Murphy board this morning. Impressive candidate ...
11/10/2021

Senior Enlisted Leaders from 23rd QM BDE conducted a BDE Sergeant Audie Murphy board this morning. Impressive candidate as she recited the bio while drawing the crest amongst other things. Congratulations SFC Martin on being selected to compete at the CASCOM level.

Juliet Company 262nd Quartermaster Battalion coordinated NCO Professional Development on financial readiness in preparat...
11/10/2021

Juliet Company 262nd Quartermaster Battalion coordinated NCO Professional Development on financial readiness in preparation for the holidays and goal setting going into 2022. The training was excellent and huge thanks to Mrs Juanita and the Fort Lee ACS team. Over 136 cadre received the training.

This morning Ariel Delivery Field & Services Department Cadre conducted Airborne Day. Trainees and permanent party perso...
11/06/2021

This morning Ariel Delivery Field & Services Department Cadre conducted Airborne Day. Trainees and permanent party personnel interested in becoming paratroopers were given instruction and insight on many aspects of airborne operations. Job well done by an amazing group of professionals that left future paratroopers inspired.

09/30/2021

Congratulations PFC Demark way to showcase your knowledge and utilize your talents while conducting the Hero of the Battle Competition. PFC Demark is the QMFTX Hero of the Battle Winner for this rotation.

Back to Back victories for 2nd PLT 🎉 Keep up the good work DS Hardy and DS Chubb on ensuring your Soldiers are trained and ready !

“Ride or Die”

“We Ready”

Photos from U Pride, 262 Quartermaster Battalion's post
09/13/2021

Photos from U Pride, 262 Quartermaster Battalion's post

Photos from U Pride, 262 Quartermaster Battalion's post
09/12/2021

Photos from U Pride, 262 Quartermaster Battalion's post

09/12/2021

Yesterday marked the 20th anniversary of the attacks on the Twin Towers in New York City, the Pengaton in Arlington, Virginia, and the crashing of Flight 93 by the heroic actions of passengers before it could hit another building as well. In honor of the tragedy, Juliet Company participated in a Run for the Fallen 5k hosted by the Fort Lee ACS, which included a memorial service prior to the run. The participants were encouraged to write the name of a fallen hero on their bib to run in that person’s memory. If you haven’t already, please take a moment before heading in to the new week to remember and honor those lost.

#September11
#NeverForget
#ThisIsMySquad
#WeAreTheStandard

Photos from U.S. Army JAG Corps's post
08/02/2021

Photos from U.S. Army JAG Corps's post

Photos from Juliet Company, 262nd QM Bn, 23rd QM Bde's post
07/30/2021

Photos from Juliet Company, 262nd QM Bn, 23rd QM Bde's post

Photos from U Pride, 262 Quartermaster Battalion's post
07/30/2021

Photos from U Pride, 262 Quartermaster Battalion's post

Photos from Juliet Company, 262nd QM Bn, 23rd QM Bde's post
07/29/2021

Photos from Juliet Company, 262nd QM Bn, 23rd QM Bde's post

Photos from Victor Company, 262nd Quartermaster Battalion, 23rd Quartermaster Brigade's post
07/29/2021

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

07/29/2021

92Rs engaging in warrior tasks and battle drills during QMFTX 21-30. “Too Easy”

Photos from Victor Company, 262nd Quartermaster Battalion, 23rd Quartermaster Brigade's post
07/29/2021

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

Photos from U Pride, 262 Quartermaster Battalion's post
07/24/2021

Photos from U Pride, 262 Quartermaster Battalion's post

Photos from Victor Company, 262nd Quartermaster Battalion, 23rd Quartermaster Brigade's post
07/21/2021

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

Photos from U Pride, 262 Quartermaster Battalion's post
07/03/2021

Photos from U Pride, 262 Quartermaster Battalion's post

Photos from Juliet Company, 262nd QM Bn, 23rd QM Bde's post
06/30/2021

Photos from Juliet Company, 262nd QM Bn, 23rd QM Bde's post

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From our Drill Sergeants, Victor Company Command Team, and 92F trainees, Happy Holidays. FIRED UP! Victor on the move!
Charlie Company hosted the battalion hail and farewell with an ugly sweater theme and white elephant gift exchange. Great evening of laughs and fellowship as we welcomed our new families as well as thanking our departing Soldier’s and families. Lifeline to Victory!
Today we culminate our week themed “Hoooray for the Holidays” with Who’s Got Talent led by Romeo Company. Our trainees showcased their vocal, dance, and spoken word talents and boy were they great! Our very own SSG Alfaro was on the turntables. Army Community Service , food trucks came out to support, and many others that helped put this event together. All participants received a gift. The 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners won trophies, bowling passes, and company incentive coupons. The 262nd cadre have collectively done an amazing job with bringing holiday cheer to our atmosphere.
Yesterday our Quartermaster General and Regimental Command Sergeant Major recognized Soldiers for their hard work and dedication daily throughout the 23rd Quartermaster Brigade with awards that range from the Order of Saint Martin to a coin of excellence. 262nd QM BN had 18 Soldiers that were recognized. Thanks team for all that you do.
Charlie Company hosted the second event during our themed week “Hoooray for the Holidays”. Movie and game night! Our drill sergeants played trivia with our trainees asking military knowledge questions and culminated with a movie. Our trainees received donated gift bags and movie night treats as refreshments. Thanks team for another awesome event.
Today in the Petroleum and Water Department we thanked two Soldiers for Life for their honorable service to our nation and farewelled four NCOs going to do phenomenal things in the Army. The awardees spoke about being appreciative for civilian and military leaders within the department pushing them to perform on a levels of excellence previously undiscovered. Hundreds of trainees were educated and positively influenced by these leaders. Thank You! Lifeline to Victory
Juliet Company kicked off our week themed “Hooray for the Holidays” with a juice and paint event for all companies in the battalion. Trainees showcased their talents by painting ornaments that’ll be gifted to family, used as room decorations, or given to cadre as a thank you for their leadership. The J Co team served home made mint chocolate cookies as well. Great event and great way to spread holiday cheer.
Today the Fort Lee USO came to 262nd Quartermaster Battalion and setup holiday festivities for our trainees kicking off this weeks themed “Hooray for the Holidays”. Our trainees were appreciative for their time and efforts. Some events were the human Christmas tree decorating race, hot coco station, tug of war, corn hole, USO education, and goodie bags with holiday treats. The USO staff were overwhelmed with the positive feedback from today’s events and we are looking forward to working together again soon. Thanks to a couple great NCO’s DS Guzman and SFC Daffney-Pressley for volunteering at the event today.
1SG Latson of C Co 262nd Quartermaster Battalion directly coordinated with staff at John Tyler Community College to organize a Lean Practitioner class where 13 Soldiers from SPC-CSM across 23rd QM BDE earned a certification to be used towards career progression and civilian career aspirations. Job well done 1SG and team. More certification opportunities to come. Last day of class!
Post, Brigade, Battalion, and Company Command Teams, Department Leadership, Instructors, and Drill Sergeants served our trainees Thanksgiving dinner today. Leadership fellowshiped with our trainees and offered many words of wisdom encouraging them all to reflect on what they are grateful for. We are extremely grateful to be part of such a selfless and extraordinary team. “Lifeline to Victory “
The 262nd QM BN Warrior Restaurant staff did a phenomenal job preparing a five star feast for our trainees and Cadre that chose to dine. Thank you fir all that you do for us year round. Our Soldiers are very well.
262nd Quartermaster Battalion wishes our family and friends a Happy Thanksgiving. We have over 1, 300 Cadre and Trainees to be thankful for. The hard work, dedication, and acts of selfless service that’s performed within our battalion daily is amazing. It is with an attitude of gratitude that we say thank you and enjoy this day.