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It was truly a humbling moment to be in the presence of MAJ(R) Anthony Grant, 102 years young, Quartermaster Hall of Fam...
04/08/2022

It was truly a humbling moment to be in the presence of MAJ(R) Anthony Grant, 102 years young, Quartermaster Hall of Fame member.

MAJ(R) Grant provided great wisdom and mentorship by sharing his military experiences as a Quartermaster Soldier. He was drafted by the Army in 1942, shortly after the attack on Pearl Harbor, and retired in 1963 at the rank of Major.
Throughout his tenure, he served in logistical positions as a Noncommissioned Officer, Warrant Officer and culminating as a Commissioned Officer.

He completed basic training at Fort Dix, NJ and initial military schooling at Fort Lee, VA. He managed several commissaries in Europe and the U.S. following retirement and later performed administrative work at Langley Air Force Base. Grant retired from civil service in 1998.

MAJ(R) Grant is truly a legend in his own time within the community and the Quartermaster Corps!


Today Mr. Anthony Grant, a 102yrs old Army veteran and a Quartermaster Hall of Famer, was invited to his grandson 92Y AL...
04/08/2022

Today Mr. Anthony Grant, a 102yrs old Army veteran and a Quartermaster Hall of Famer, was invited to his grandson 92Y ALC Graduation class 22-006. He shared his experience and challenges during his service. He has witnessed the Quartermaster evolve over the years and is impressed by the improvement that has been made in the past decades. Thank you for your unwavering support of the service, and our Quartermaster corps, Mr. Grant and Family.

This morning PRT with A. Co 244th Illuminati PLT Class 22-029 & 22-030. Soldiers were motivated by their DS and Instruct...
04/07/2022

This morning PRT with A. Co 244th Illuminati PLT Class 22-029 & 22-030. Soldiers were motivated by their DS and Instructor in conducting strength and physical mobility training. The soldiers are correctly trained and are ready for the ACFT. Job well done!

Meet PFC Kisasi and SPC Jones, 92As  currently stationed in JBLM, WA. They both have teamed up to create a junior female...
04/01/2022

Meet PFC Kisasi and SPC Jones, 92As currently stationed in JBLM, WA. They both have teamed up to create a junior female mentorship program in their unit that is set to begin next month! It’s never too early to lead from the front.

Meet SFC Bevans, a former 92G Instructor serving the military for 14 years. She's getting ready to go back to the operat...
03/31/2022

Meet SFC Bevans, a former 92G Instructor serving the military for 14 years. She's getting ready to go back to the operational Army, and this is what she has to say about women's history month and being a leader.

Women often wear multiple hats. Most feel like they are obligated to work, be the cook, the housekeeper, the babysitter, coach, wife, doctor, teacher, etc. We neglect to take care of ourselves or ask for help. It is ok to ask for help. There is no such thing as a superwoman; she is a made-up DC character that you don’t see cooking, cleaning, or any of those things, but what you see her doing is accepting the help from other DC characters to fight villains. We are not going to know everything or be able to do everything on our own, and that’s ok. Surround yourself with other powerful women that will criticize you and let you know what you could do better. Don’t let yourself be the smartest person in the room but always associate yourself with someone you can learn something from.

Women’s history month reminds me of how powerful we can be when we have each other’s back and push and challenge each other beyond our limits. When you surround yourself with support, the opportunity will reveal itself. -SFC Bevans

Meet SSG Waller, a 92A AIT Instructor. She has been in the Army for 16yrs. “To be a good leader, you must inspire/instil...
03/30/2022

Meet SSG Waller, a 92A AIT Instructor. She has been in the Army for 16yrs.

“To be a good leader, you must inspire/instill passion and motivation to your subordinates, peers, and senior leaders. A leader must have a clear vision and proper plans for execution. These are some of the qualities in an excellent impactful leader; people skills and effective communication. I think females are potent agents of change across our formations. We (females) can regulate, connect and understand emotions.

Women’s History Month is a way for us to champion and celebrate the success of women. All the achievements, leadership, strength, courage, and love of women who built this nation as it is today is as just as vital as of a man known to have made history. And we will continue passing on the torch to our future leaders and the next generation. -SSG Waller

03/28/2022

Meet PV2 Hawkins, PVT Fetui, and PVT Edwards. They are currently in their final phase of 92A training. Here’s a snip of what women’s month means to them and what it means to be a woman in uniform.

03/26/2022

Meet SSG Baker-Griffis one of our Logistics Training Department - LTD, U.S. Army Quartermaster School Instructor.

03/24/2022

Meet DS Rodneyblake from Quartermaster.

SFC Gitwiki Gladys (92G)Joined 2010As a female senior NCO, it can be challenging sometimes because being that the army i...
03/24/2022

SFC Gitwiki Gladys (92G)
Joined 2010

As a female senior NCO, it can be challenging sometimes because being that the army is male dominant, I have to keep proving myself I can do what males can do and I can lead just as well as the males

Women's history means a lot to me because not only have we been able to rank up and lead from the front, it has also proven to future generations that they are not limited to breaking the glass ceiling

SFC Williams joined the Army in 2011 as a Food Service Specialist. She is one of our senior Drill Sergeant here at the Q...
03/22/2022

SFC Williams joined the Army in 2011 as a Food Service Specialist. She is one of our senior Drill Sergeant here at the Quartermaster school. And this is her take on being a female leader and what Women history month means to her.

Being a senior female leader means breaking boundaries as the Army evolves. We lead to ensure all soldiers understand that regardless of gender, they can attain any key leadership position they desire to achieve irrespective of gender. Empowering future female leaders to step out of their comfort zone allows their voices to be heard when change is needed. Setting the example that regardless of my gender, I am a great leader.

Women's history means the importance of overcoming any obstacle a female has encountered to be successful. It's inspiring to look back and see how females have put themselves in uncomfortable situations to make a change. As we continue to drive change, it's incredible to be part of that history and experience the changes. -SFC Williams

Quartermaster Soldiers making a difference in our community. Job well-done Gladiators!
03/22/2022

Quartermaster Soldiers making a difference in our community. Job well-done Gladiators!

03/21/2022

Meet our Quartermaster Army Civilian Mrs. Poole.

Job well done Avengers!
03/20/2022

Job well done Avengers!

Today Tango Company 266th BN hosted a women's mentorship at the women's museum. It was a Q&A panel that consist of senio...
03/19/2022

Today Tango Company 266th BN hosted a women's mentorship at the women's museum. It was a Q&A panel that consist of senior leadership from both AD and ER. We were able to share some insight on where Army has been changing to better accommodate women in uniform. Topics range from hygiene, deployment, single parent, pregnancy recovery, womens inclusivity, and the challenges of being a female in the military. It’s always a pleasure to see young leaders taking charge and providing means of mentorship to our new Soldier that’s still in training. This is where we start. .

The 23rd Quartermaster Brigade hosted the Women's History Month Observance event today at the Women's museum for Fort Le...
03/17/2022

The 23rd Quartermaster Brigade hosted the Women's History Month Observance event today at the Women's museum for Fort Lee to recognize the achievements and contributions of women. "Providing Healing, Promoting Hope" is both a tribute to the ongoing work of caregivers and frontline workers during this ongoing pandemic and a recognition of the thousands of ways that women of all cultures have provided healing and hope throughout history.

Women's History Month celebrates women's contributions to history, culture, and society and has been observed annually in March in the United States since 1987.

SFC Greene is a 92Y, currently serving on Camp Humphreys, South Korea, as an IG NCO. "My best advice to all Soldiers is ...
03/16/2022

SFC Greene is a 92Y, currently serving on Camp Humphreys, South Korea, as an IG NCO. "My best advice to all Soldiers is to be true to who you are and not be afraid to say and go for what you want. Often, we are afraid to say what we want for fear of being shut down by people who outrank us. But there's no dream too big, and young Soldiers can be whatever they want to be in the Army or out of the Army."

Women's history month means inclusiveness. Witnessing and being part of the changes that have taken place in the last two years has been such a blessing to me. Serving with women making/having made history is an honor within itself. I love having a month that acknowledges the contributions of women. -SFC Green

Congratulations to all the winners of the 46th Annual Joint Culinary Training Exercise. This was truly a remarkable comp...
03/13/2022

Congratulations to all the winners of the 46th Annual Joint Culinary Training Exercise. This was truly a remarkable competition. And thanks to all who participated as well. We hope to see you all again next year with even more set of elevated skills. Again, congratulations and good luck in your future endeavors.

Congratulations CW5 Uribe on your well-deserved promotion. You’ve been a real asset to the Quartermaster Corps. Enjoy th...
03/13/2022

Congratulations CW5 Uribe on your well-deserved promotion. You’ve been a real asset to the Quartermaster Corps. Enjoy this exciting time, and congratulations again.

The 266th QM BN hosted the Honor Company competition and invited CASCOM CSM Escobedo to join one of the teams. The teams...
03/12/2022

The 266th QM BN hosted the Honor Company competition and invited CASCOM CSM Escobedo to join one of the teams. The teams included the company’s command teams, Drill Sergeant, and Instructors. Congratulations, Tango company, for winning the Honor company competition. Thank you Nighthawks for inviting us to join in the competition. U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command 23RD Quartermaster Brigade 262nd Quartermaster Battalion

The Honorary Sergeant Major for the Quartermaster Corps, SGM(R) Joseph Brundy, toured the Joint Culinary Training Exerci...
03/11/2022

The Honorary Sergeant Major for the Quartermaster Corps, SGM(R) Joseph Brundy, toured the Joint Culinary Training Exercise (JCTE) competition. Today’s competition was International Phase 3; consisting of a mystery basket and cold desert, Enlisted Aide hot food challenge and Masters. Congratulations to all participants who were awarded!!

SSG Peterson, Norma from Michigan joined the Army in 2004 as a Culinary Specialist. Now she is one of our Quartermaster ...
03/10/2022

SSG Peterson, Norma from Michigan joined the Army in 2004 as a Culinary Specialist. Now she is one of our Quartermaster JCCoE Instructors, and she has been with us since 2018. She enjoys teaching and mentoring our future leaders and Culinary Specialist.

The competition is still going on, and competitors are putting in their best effort. May the best culinary specialist te...
03/09/2022

The competition is still going on, and competitors are putting in their best effort. May the best culinary specialist team win! Good luck!

CW4 Rivas, Mr. Santiago and their team giving us a tour at DLA Aviation and its primary mission to procures repair parts...
03/05/2022

CW4 Rivas, Mr. Santiago and their team giving us a tour at DLA Aviation and its primary mission to procures repair parts for aircraft. But the visit today was focused on Training with the Industry(TWI), NCO development, exposure to DLA assignment, and the investment of the outcome that the unit will gain after the Soldier's assignment is complete.

The Attached article is SGM Fauska's inspiring successful 30-years Army career. He is our outgoing Joint Culinary Center...
03/03/2022
Soldier shares story of life-long Army culinary career

The Attached article is SGM Fauska's inspiring successful 30-years Army career. He is our outgoing Joint Culinary Center of Excellence (JCCOE) SGM.

FORT LEE, Va. – From his perspective, the 46th iteration of the Joint Culinary Training Exercise taking place here March 4-11 represents an almost story...

Soldiers repair and replace airdrop equipment, including parachutes, and ensure the apparatuses and means used for these...
03/03/2022

Soldiers repair and replace airdrop equipment, including parachutes, and ensure the apparatuses and means used for these restorations are well-maintained and functioning correctly. All parachute riggers are expected to perform a jump at any time with any parachute packed by any rigger. These are the 92R's in Quartermaster Corps.

Join us live at the 2022 Joint Culinary Training Exercise (JCTE) will kick off with in-briefs to all Culinary Arts teams...
03/03/2022
Culinary 2016 Test

Join us live at the 2022 Joint Culinary Training Exercise (JCTE) will kick off with in-briefs to all Culinary Arts teams on March 3, 2022, ACF Judges orientation on March 4, 2022, and events begin live streaming on March 5, 2022. Competitors consist of 11 Chefs per team and are represented from JBLM, Bragg, Drum, Stewart, Hawaii, Korea, USAEUR, USMC, USCG, and Germany. Stay tuned for more updates and a link to find all virtual attendance through March 11, 2022.

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92A’s and 92Y’s hands-on training at SSA before graduation. SSA is responsible for storing and safeguarding the material...
03/02/2022

92A’s and 92Y’s hands-on training at SSA before graduation. SSA is responsible for storing and safeguarding the material on its authorize stocking point (ASL). All Army supply points support accountability and inventories of supplies required to keep the readiness of supported units.

27D’s attached to the Quartermaster performing their Jag Field training exercises as the notional employs the rules of l...
03/02/2022

27D’s attached to the Quartermaster performing their Jag Field training exercises as the notional employs the rules of law in an operational environment. These trainings simulate the actual deployment of the core functions of the paralegal in the field.

CSM Nash and his senior leaders from the 4th Infantry Division visit Ft Lee, VA, hosted by CASCOM. They had an opportuni...
02/25/2022

CSM Nash and his senior leaders from the 4th Infantry Division visit Ft Lee, VA, hosted by CASCOM. They had an opportunity to visit one of the Quartermaster dining facilities, where we discussed Food Service Modernization steered by the JCCoE department. They also visited the PWD department, where they showcased their virtual training tool that focuses on hands-on training. CSM Nash and his team saw soldiers test the water and had the opportunity to taste the water.

Yesterday was another successful QM State of the Corps event! We started our day with physical training, followed by SLC...
02/16/2022

Yesterday was another successful QM State of the Corps event! We started our day with physical training, followed by SLC receiving valuable first-hand briefings from the QM Proponent Team, HRC, and one on one career guidance from the Department SGMs.

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CSM, good afternoon. I would like to pose a question. Will there ever be a merger of the 92 series at the senior level? At the senior level we are all senior logiticians. I am a 92M just trying to give the future of my MOS some hope for their future within the MOS. Thank you for your time and consideration.
BNCOC 1996. Honored to have been a classmate with the future QM CSM! I learned from him and still use his unique teaching style today.
I remember being the “hospital expansion nco” when we expanded LARMC 2nd General Hospital in Germany. We went from a 300 bed hospital to a 1000 bed in a matter of weeks. Hard work, determination and teamwork made us successful. Gulf War! We never forget how to love our people.
Sir, I am clarita Maramag from Philippines.. Kindly inform Mr. PREWITT an airborne force that his pictures were being used to scam.. Please sir inform him because I was being victimized..
CSM when is the quartermaster ball and who will be the POC? We have to do it bigger and better than the AG Ball.
CSM,
My name is SFC Weaver, Honeymae. I am inquiring about my MOS, 92L Laboratory Specialist. My question is; “Why the 92L MOS have not had any E7’s promoted to E8 since 2002?” The 92F, 92L and 92W are supposed to merge at the E8 rank but in a 92L career map it stops at E7/ SFC. If the 92F’s and 92W’s get the opportunity to become MSG, then I feel that a lot of my Senior SFC, 92L’s deserve the chance to advance to MSG. I’m just wondering if the Army is supposed to merge three MOS’s into one then we as 92L’s should also have the same opportunity as the 92W’s and 92F’s.

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SFC Weaver, Honeymae
Would really love to share with you how my life, guided by perfect mentors, has been successful. I’ve tried calling and reach only disparaging NCOs whom always say you are unavailable.

My experience as a 92YG20 along with the appropriate certification has opened doors that were all but nailed shut.

I have a perfect solution to help our Supply Professionals so that they have doors open when they leave military service.

I have nothing to sell just something to share.
Hola saludos
Were you ever station at homestead air force base
Prosperous New Years CSM.
I have a question about possible duty stations for 92m I’ve looked online haven’t really seen anything. Are there any 92m that have any information for me.(trying to reclassify asap
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