Sgt. 1st Class Yuolanda Carey, of the 773rd Civil Support Team, right, helps Spc. Andrew A. Bonilla, of the 39th Transportation Battalion, make sure his protective mask is sealed Tuesday, January 22 at Breitenwald Training Area near Landstuhl, Germany as Staff Sgt. Patrick McNeely, center, looks on. The active-duty 39th Transportation Battalion trained on Chemical, Biological, Nuclear and Radiological hazards with the Army Reserve's 773rd Civil Support Team.
SOUTH CERNEY, U.K. -- Soldiers of the 39th Transportation Battalion (MC) participate in Knights Valour in Brecon Training Area, United Kingdom on July 10, 2017. Knights Valour is a field training exercise conducted annually to enhance the unit’s proficiency in infantry tactics. (Photo by 2nd Lt. Chris Derloshon, 624th Transportation Detachment)
SOUTH CERNEY, U.K. -- A Soldier of 1st Inland Cargo Transfer Company, 39th Transportation Battalion (MC) participates in Knights Valour in Brecon Training Area, United Kingdom on July 11, 2017. Knights Valour is a field training exercise conducted annually to enhance the unit’s proficiency in infantry tactics. (Photo by 2nd Lt. Chris Derloshon, 624th Transportation Detachment)
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The 39th Transportation Battalion (MC) units deploy to execute movement control support to theater Reception, Staging, Onward-movement and Integration operations and theater distribution operations in full spectrum operation environments.

Mission: The 39th Movement Control Battalion provides tailored and adaptive transportation, expeditionary logistical capabilities for transportation, movement control and distribution in support of U.S. European Command, supporting the deployment, re-deployment and sustainment of forces; provides well-trained and equipped deployable units to support combatant commanders and overseas contingency operations; and provides transportation and movement control support to the EUCOM area of responsibility (AOR) and, on order, to the U.S. Africa Command  area of responsibility.  Follow Us on:

     

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Lt. Col. Brandon H. Ungetheim      

 
 
 
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