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21st Theater Sustainment Command and 598th Transportation Brigade Make History in Denmark
The 21st Theater Sustainment Command received armored vehicles and equipment at the port of Aarhus, Denmark for the first time in January, expanding the U.S. Army’s use of strategically located ports across Europe. The shipment was part of more than 2,500 equipment items assigned to the 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division from Fort Hood, Texas deployed to Europe for Atlantic Resolve. Additional equipment has been and will be received through ports in Vlissingen, Netherlands and Riga, Latvia in January.
U.S. Army equipment arrives with economic opportunity in Greece
Area Support Group Balkans, 21st TSC, 409th Contracting Support Brigade and the U.S. Consulate General, Thessaloniki partnered with the Thessaloniki Chamber of Commerce and Industry to welcome Greek-owned businesses’ support of U.S. military missions, and ensure they had access to associated economic opportunities.
Increase in military movements in Romania drive interoperability
U.S. Army logisticians discussed supply and equipment surface movement processes with National Movement Coordination Center Romania to comply with Romanian law in Bucharest, Romania on November 21, 2022.
266th FISC Plays Strong Defense with Counter Threat Finance
The 21st Theater Sustainment Command transports troops, equipment and supplies throughout the European Theater, demonstrating U.S. flexibility, agility and ability. When it comes to in-transit visibility of cold, hard cash, 266th Finance Support Center adds ingenuity to that list.
Navy liaison assigned to Army correctional facility wins Sailor of the Year
Petty Officer 2nd Class Elizabeth Pichardo, a Navy and housing liaison for USARC-E, is the 2021 Sailor of the Year for U.S. Naval Forces Europe and Africa.
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Soldier Spotlight: Meet Team 21!
Operation Allies Refuge
This week's Soldier Spotlight is shining on Katie Weschler, the spouse of 405th Army Field Support Brigade, AFSBn-Mannheim Executive Officer Maj. Leonard Weschler. Katie recently raised over $6,500 to purchase needed clothing, blankets, boots and other items for Afghan evacuees being housed at Ramstein Air Base and Rhine Ordnance Barracks in Kaiserslautern, Germany. And in doing so, she brought her battalion into the fold to help.
K9 Tactical Combat Casualty Care
Sgt. Victoria Fuentes, an animal care specialist (68T) with the 64th Medical Detachment VSS, took an active role in the K9 TCCC training event at Rhine Ordnance Barracks on August 19th, helping to "train the trainers" to take care of injured military working dogs. She taught individual skills training classes on topics like massive hemorrhage assessment and bleeding control, and assisted with grading during the practice scenarios. "This training is my favorite because military working dogs are my most favorite part of this job," Fuentes said. "Teaching the medical aspect, how to provide care for them, is more meaningful to me because if these dogs are going out there and deploying, we know that as long as we do the training right, they're going to be taken care of on the battlefield."
This week's Soldier Spotlight is shining on Cpl. Janvier Solivan Rodriguez, a wheeled vehicle mechanic (91B) with HHC, 21st TSC. Originally from Cayey, Puerto Rico, Solivan has been in the army for four years. "I enjoy traveling and meeting new people along the way," he said. "I love the bonds and friendships that I've created over the years." He also said he enjoys the benefits that come with his job. "I've been given plenty of great opportunities that I've taken advantage of, which I am grateful for," he said. "I've gained plenty of knowledge throughout my time in the military. I've gained plenty of skills that will help me down the road."
Best Warrior Competition
Pfc. Nyaka Kpakra has been in the Army – and in Germany - for two years, serving as a human resources specialist (42A) for the 1st Human Resources Sustainment Center, 21st TSC. Kpakra was recently named 21st TSC Special Troops Battalion’s best warrior during the Best Warrior Competition earlier this month. "I like the physical part of doing Army training, and I enjoy challenging myself to exceed Army standards," he said. "I’m proud of my accomplishments so far and what I’ve been able to achieve in my short time in the Army."
Pfc. Brook Thibodeaux, a paralegal specialist with HHC, 21st TSC Special Troops Battalion (OSJA), is from Houma, Louisiana, and she’s been in the Army for one year. "The Army taught me to take pride in my accomplishments, soldiering skills, and leadership,” she said, “and instilled the importance of discipline, teamwork, and mental toughness, which enabled me to grow as a person and a Soldier.”
Sgt. Rachel Fox, from Mesquite, TX, has been in the Army for over three years and currently serves as Executive Administrative Assistant for Command Sgt. Maj. Sean Howard. Sgt. Fox, who holds a Bachelor of Science in sports management from Texas A&M, said she joined the Army at the age of 31 when she realized she wanted to make a career change. "I wanted to choose a job within the Army that I would feel some type of fulfillment at the end of every day," she said. "I chose to come in as a Human Resource Specialist because I wanted to make sure Soldiers are taken care of, and I truly enjoy taking care of Soldiers and their needs."
Spc. Andrew Diamond, from Toms River, New Jersey, has been an Army combat medic specialist (68W) for two years. He currently serves as primary care NCOIC for the United States Army Correctional Activity-Europe, 18th Military Police Brigade, based in Sembach, Germany. "I enjoy the challenge, along with the wealth of knowledge and experience I receive while serving my country," he said. "My job provides me with a great sense of accomplishment and encourages me to continue to achieve more."
On June 23rd, Brig. Gen. Rampy awarded the Maj. Gen. Horatio Gates Bronze Medal to First Lt. Reanna Klanseck, an officer strength manager in the 21st TSC G-1, for her excellence as an AG Officer, her contributions to the AG Corps Regimental Association (AGCRA), and her dedication to mission accomplishment. She's worked in support of the Combined Southern Exercise Campaign 2019, Operation Freedom Sentinel in Djibouti, Africa, and Defender-EUROPE 2020 and 2021. She is the longest serving member of the AGCRA European Chapter as the chapter secretary, a role she took on as a second lieutenant. Congratulations, First Lt. Klanseck!