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The October edition the G-4 Sergeant Major’s newsletter, “The Snapshot”, is now published! This month, we honor the reci...
10/26/2021

The October edition the G-4 Sergeant Major’s newsletter, “The Snapshot”, is now published! This month, we honor the recipients of the Chief of Staff of the Army’s Combined Logistics Excellence Awards and the Philip A. Connelly Food Service Excellence Award. You will also find an update on the Army’s Adopt-a-Chef Program as well as additional information outlining how you can get published in the upcoming edition of “Logistics Times” in January 2022!

October’s edition can be found here: https://api.army.mil/e2/c/downloads/2021/10/26/77d097ef/october-newslettervno-o.pdf.

Additionally, you can check out past editions on the G-4’s main website here: https://www.army.mil/g-4#org-newsletters

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The October edition the G-4 Sergeant Major’s newsletter, “The Snapshot”, is now published! This month, we honor the recipients of the Chief of Staff of the Army’s Combined Logistics Excellence Awards and the Philip A. Connelly Food Service Excellence Award. You will also find an update on the Army’s Adopt-a-Chef Program as well as additional information outlining how you can get published in the upcoming edition of “Logistics Times” in January 2022!

October’s edition can be found here: https://api.army.mil/e2/c/downloads/2021/10/26/77d097ef/october-newslettervno-o.pdf.

Additionally, you can check out past editions on the G-4’s main website here: https://www.army.mil/g-4#org-newsletters

#ArmyLogistics

Congratulations to the winners and finalists of the 53rd Annual Philip A. Connelly awards! The Philip A. Connelly Progra...
10/12/2021

Congratulations to the winners and finalists of the 53rd Annual Philip A. Connelly awards!

The Philip A. Connelly Program is the personification of food service excellence executed by culinary specialists resulting in extremely gratifying dining experiences across all Army food service platforms in garrison and field environments.


53rd Philip A. Connelly Award Winners and Finalists

Active Garrison Category Winner: Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 10th Special Forces Group (ABN), Carson, CO

Active Garrison Category Runner-Up: 287th Quartermaster Company, 3rd ID, 3rd Sustainment Brigade, Hunter Army Airfield, GA

Active Field Category Winner: Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 7th Special Forces Group (ABN) Eglin AFB, FL

Active Field Category Runner-Up: 1st PLT, 55th Quartermaster Company, 16th Special Troop BN, 16th Sustainment Brigade, Germany

National Guard Field Category Winner: D- Company, 634th Brigade Support Battalion, 33rd IBCT, IL

National Guard Field Category Runner-Up: G- Company, 29th BSB, 158th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade (MEB) AZ

Reserve Field Category Winner: 368th Engineer Battalion, Forward Support Element (HHC), 302nd Maneuver Enhancement Brigade, 412 Theater Engineer Command, Londonderry, NH

Reserve Field Category Runner-Up: 399th Field Hospital, 803rd Combat Center, 3rd Medical Command, Taunton, MA

The Philip A. Connelly Program is a partnership with the National Restaurant Association (NRA) and the Department of the Army, Deputy Chief of Staff, G-4. The Joint Culinary Center of Excellence administers the program. The NRA participates in the evaluation of finalists, the presentation of awards, and offers culinary training opportunities that support the program's objectives.

More information on the Philip A. Connelly Program can be found at the link below:
https://quartermaster.army.mil/jccoe/Special_Programs_Directorate/Philip_A_Connelly/P_A_Connelly_main.html

Please tune in to the AUSA "Contemporary Military Forum #4: Sustainment Transformation in Support of MDO Force" tomorrow...
10/11/2021
DVIDS Webcast - CMF #4 - Sustainment Transformation in Support of MDO Force

Please tune in to the AUSA "Contemporary Military Forum #4: Sustainment Transformation in Support of MDO Force" tomorrow at 10:00 am EST. Hear Army and industry experts discuss what is being done to transform sustainment and advance an MDO-capable and ready force.

Link to live webcast:

CMF #4 - Sustainment Transformation in Support of MDO Force.

The G-4 is excited to announce the release of the inaugural issue of Logistics Times, our biannual publication of the la...
08/04/2021

The G-4 is excited to announce the release of the inaugural issue of Logistics Times, our biannual publication of the latest news and commentary from the backbone of Army logistics – NCOs in the field. In this first edition, you can learn more about the training of a high-performing sustainment NCO, the fielding of modern equipment as the Army evolves for Joint All-Domain Operations, and even hear from the G-4’s Sergeant Major on training and testing being leveraged to improve Soldier lethality. Logistics Times complements the G-4’s existing NCO newsletter, The Snapshot, by providing a strategic, functional, and educational forum, ensuring the Army’s Sustainment NCOs are ready to advance their careers while preparing to deploy, fight, and win our Nation’s wars.

You can read the first edition of Logistics Times and peruse past versions of The Snapshot here: https://www.army.mil/g-4#org-newsletters

#ArmyLogistics

The G-4 is excited to announce the release of the inaugural issue of Logistics Times, our biannual publication of the latest news and commentary from the backbone of Army logistics – NCOs in the field. In this first edition, you can learn more about the training of a high-performing sustainment NCO, the fielding of modern equipment as the Army evolves for Joint All-Domain Operations, and even hear from the G-4’s Sergeant Major on training and testing being leveraged to improve Soldier lethality. Logistics Times complements the G-4’s existing NCO newsletter, The Snapshot, by providing a strategic, functional, and educational forum, ensuring the Army’s Sustainment NCOs are ready to advance their careers while preparing to deploy, fight, and win our Nation’s wars.

You can read the first edition of Logistics Times and peruse past versions of The Snapshot here: https://www.army.mil/g-4#org-newsletters

#ArmyLogistics

Photos from 1st Infantry Division's post
07/13/2021

Photos from 1st Infantry Division's post

Leveraging the technologies such as artificial intelligence in maintenance provide U.S. Army with strategic edge and kee...
07/13/2021

Leveraging the technologies such as artificial intelligence in maintenance provide U.S. Army with strategic edge and keeps the war­fighters safe. Data for the software is being gathered via sensors and telematics already installed on the Bradley vehicle. It will be collected and combined with the artificial intelligence software to give insight into when a part may need maintenance. This increases war-fighting readiness for commanders and individual troops. #epic #maintenance Where are our proud warrant officers??

Leveraging the technologies such as artificial intelligence in maintenance provide U.S. Army with strategic edge and keeps the war­fighters safe. Data for the software is being gathered via sensors and telematics already installed on the Bradley vehicle. It will be collected and combined with the artificial intelligence software to give insight into when a part may need maintenance. This increases war-fighting readiness for commanders and individual troops. #epic #maintenance Where are our proud warrant officers??

The Interservice Physician Assistant Program (IPAP) accepts applications from regular Army and Army Reserve enlisted, co...
07/11/2021

The Interservice Physician Assistant Program (IPAP) accepts applications from regular Army and Army Reserve enlisted, commissioned officers, and warrant officers! If selected start in January, April, and August 2023 at the Medical Center of Excellence located at Joint Base San Antonio – Fort Sam Houston (FSH), Texas.

Enlisted students selected for this training will attend in an officer candidate status and will be accessed into the Army Medical Specialist Corps (SP Corps) as commissioned officers upon successful completion of the training.

Warrant officer students for this training will attend in their current warrant officer grade and will be accessed into the SP Corps as commissioned officers upon successful completion of the training.

e. Commissioned officer students selected for this training will report with their current rank.

Read more! www.hrc.army.mil/Milper/21-238

The Interservice Physician Assistant Program (IPAP) accepts applications from regular Army and Army Reserve enlisted, commissioned officers, and warrant officers! If selected start in January, April, and August 2023 at the Medical Center of Excellence located at Joint Base San Antonio – Fort Sam Houston (FSH), Texas.

Enlisted students selected for this training will attend in an officer candidate status and will be accessed into the Army Medical Specialist Corps (SP Corps) as commissioned officers upon successful completion of the training.

Warrant officer students for this training will attend in their current warrant officer grade and will be accessed into the SP Corps as commissioned officers upon successful completion of the training.

e. Commissioned officer students selected for this training will report with their current rank.

Read more! www.hrc.army.mil/Milper/21-238

The second M35A2 arrived at the Boatwright Maintenance Facility at U.S. Army Fort Knox, Kentucky, after being shipped in...
07/10/2021

The second M35A2 arrived at the Boatwright Maintenance Facility at U.S. Army Fort Knox, Kentucky, after being shipped in its original condition from the Anniston Army Depot in Anniston, Alabama. It was designated to serve as a parts truck, allowing the other M35A2 that was shipped with it to be fully refurbished and became a tribute to two 1st Theater Sustainment Command Soldiers who posthumously earned the Medal of Honor during the Vietnam War. The newly refurbished truck is meant to serve as a tribute to everyone in the Logistics Corps who used this same model of truck during the Vietnam War. (Photo Credit: Barbara Gersna)

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Soldiers serve in unique sustainment roles around the world. We face a dynamic and ever-changing global security landsca...
07/09/2021

Soldiers serve in unique sustainment roles around the world. We face a dynamic and ever-changing global security landscape that continues to challenge our nation. Diversity and talent of our Soldiers is our strength.

Meet Sgt. Ahmed Farasha Tuba, a supply non commissioned officer born and raised in Chittagong, Bangladesh. Currently Sgt. Tuba serves in a unique unit, a 432nd Blood Support Detachment in 7th Special Forces Group, Eglin Air Force Base. With a Bachelors in Business, Sgt. Tuba is working on Masters in International Relations. Tuba speaks Bengali, Hindi, Urdu, Burmese, and some Nepali. And Tuba’s favorite book is George Orwell's "1984."

"I have read it twice and I encourage everyone to read it. It is very thought provoking."

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Soldiers serve in unique sustainment roles around the world. We face a dynamic and ever-changing global security landscape that continues to challenge our nation. Diversity and talent of our Soldiers is our strength.

Meet Sgt. Ahmed Farasha Tuba, a supply non commissioned officer born and raised in Chittagong, Bangladesh. Currently Sgt. Tuba serves in a unique unit, a 432nd Blood Support Detachment in 7th Special Forces Group, Eglin Air Force Base. With a Bachelors in Business, Sgt. Tuba is working on Masters in International Relations. Tuba speaks Bengali, Hindi, Urdu, Burmese, and some Nepali. And Tuba’s favorite book is George Orwell's "1984."

"I have read it twice and I encourage everyone to read it. It is very thought provoking."

#ArmyLogistics #HQDA #HQDAG4 #Readiness #peoplefirst #modernization #reform #armylogistics #logistics #logistician #ordnance #transportation #maintenance #culinary #allies #partners #interoperability

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Happy World Chocolate Day! In March of 1941, Mars chocolate company was granted a patent for a special manufacturing pro...
07/07/2021

Happy World Chocolate Day! In March of 1941, Mars chocolate company was granted a patent for a special manufacturing process…. Originally sold in cardboard tubes, M&Ms were covered with a brown, red, orange, yellow, green or violet coating. After the U.S. entered the war, the candies were exclusively sold to the military, enabling the heat-resistant and easy-to-transport chocolate to be included in American soldiers’ rations. By the time the war was over and GIs returned home, they were hooked. Since then, sustainers have been working tirelessly to modernize Army culinary programs, but the beloved M&Ms are still part of Meals-Ready-to-Eat (MREs). To honor this day and fun piece of history, have a chocolate!

#ArmyLogistics #HQDA #HQDAG4 #Readiness #peoplefirst #modernization #reform #armylogistics #logistics #logistician #ordnance #transportation #maintenance #culinary #allies #partners #interoperability

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Army Family and MWR Programs
U.S. Army Logistics Noncommissioned Officer Academy
U.S. Army HRC Field Grade Logistics
U.S. Army Logistics University
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U.S. Army Acquisition Support Center
The U.S. Army Drill Sergeant Academy

Happy World Chocolate Day! In March of 1941, Mars chocolate company was granted a patent for a special manufacturing process…. Originally sold in cardboard tubes, M&Ms were covered with a brown, red, orange, yellow, green or violet coating. After the U.S. entered the war, the candies were exclusively sold to the military, enabling the heat-resistant and easy-to-transport chocolate to be included in American soldiers’ rations. By the time the war was over and GIs returned home, they were hooked. Since then, sustainers have been working tirelessly to modernize Army culinary programs, but the beloved M&Ms are still part of Meals-Ready-to-Eat (MREs). To honor this day and fun piece of history, have a chocolate!

#ArmyLogistics #HQDA #HQDAG4 #Readiness #peoplefirst #modernization #reform #armylogistics #logistics #logistician #ordnance #transportation #maintenance #culinary #allies #partners #interoperability

U.S. Army
U.S. Army Reserve
National Guard
U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command
US Army Transportation School (Official)
U.S. Army Quartermaster Museum
United States Army Ordnance Corps
Army Family and MWR Programs
U.S. Army Logistics Noncommissioned Officer Academy
U.S. Army HRC Field Grade Logistics
U.S. Army Logistics University
Defence Logistics
Defense Logistics Agency (DLA)
U.S. Army Acquisition Support Center
The U.S. Army Drill Sergeant Academy

Army Specialists Rogelio Chavez and Marvin Caparas of E Company, 1st Battalion, 168th Aviation Regiment (General Support...
07/06/2021

Army Specialists Rogelio Chavez and Marvin Caparas of E Company, 1st Battalion, 168th Aviation Regiment (General Support Aviation Battalion), recirculate fuel in a Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck on a night shift at Camp Buehring, Kuwait’s motor pool. This is done to remove condensation and contaminants before safely refueling our aircraft – around the clock sustainment operations like these are essential to warfighter success.

Army Specialists Rogelio Chavez and Marvin Caparas of E Company, 1st Battalion, 168th Aviation Regiment (General Support Aviation Battalion), recirculate fuel in a Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck on a night shift at Camp Buehring, Kuwait’s motor pool. This is done to remove condensation and contaminants before safely refueling our aircraft – around the clock sustainment operations like these are essential to warfighter success.

As you gaze up at the firework lit sky in Washington D.C., or elsewhere in the world, and celebrated 245th Independence ...
07/04/2021

As you gaze up at the firework lit sky in Washington D.C., or elsewhere in the world, and celebrated 245th Independence Day, take a moment to appreciate all the small and large positive moments in your life. Stay safe and happy 4th of July!

As you gaze up at the firework lit sky in Washington D.C., or elsewhere in the world, and celebrated 245th Independence Day, take a moment to appreciate all the small and large positive moments in your life. Stay safe and happy 4th of July!

On the behalf of Lt. Gen. Duane Gamble and Sgt. Maj. Jimmy Sellers, happy 4th of July! Richard Henry Lee of Virginia pre...
07/04/2021

On the behalf of Lt. Gen. Duane Gamble and Sgt. Maj. Jimmy Sellers, happy 4th of July!

Richard Henry Lee of Virginia presented a resolution with the famous words:

"Resolved: That these United Colonies are, and of right ought to be, free and independent States, that they are absolved from all allegiance to the British Crown, and that all political connection between them and the State of Great Britain is, and ought to be, totally dissolved."

John Adams wrote that July 2 would be celebrated as “the most memorable epoch in the history of America.” Instead, on July 4th the Jefferson’s edited Declaration of Independence was adopted and marks the birthday of the United States of America.

Happy Independence Day America!

On the behalf of Lt. Gen. Duane Gamble and Sgt. Maj. Jimmy Sellers, happy 4th of July!

Richard Henry Lee of Virginia presented a resolution with the famous words:

"Resolved: That these United Colonies are, and of right ought to be, free and independent States, that they are absolved from all allegiance to the British Crown, and that all political connection between them and the State of Great Britain is, and ought to be, totally dissolved."

John Adams wrote that July 2 would be celebrated as “the most memorable epoch in the history of America.” Instead, on July 4th the Jefferson’s edited Declaration of Independence was adopted and marks the birthday of the United States of America.

Happy Independence Day America!

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