Logistics Archive

  • By Staff Sgt. Benjamin Crane, 133rd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment GREENVILLE, Ky. – The Adjutant General recognized several deserving Soldiers held in charge of making the Kentucky Army National Guard run while visiting the J4 logistics workshop at the Wendell H. Ford Training Center Sept. 25. The workshop brought Soldiers from supply, logistics and food sections from across the state to come together and meet in one place to talk face to face about issues that impact them and share  ideas to help each other. Maj. Gen. Stephen R. Hogan took some time from the three-day event to recognize the […]

    Logisticians awarded for efforts

    By Staff Sgt. Benjamin Crane, 133rd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment GREENVILLE, Ky. – The Adjutant General recognized several deserving Soldiers held in charge of making the Kentucky Army National Guard run while visiting the J4 logistics workshop at the Wendell H. Ford Training Center Sept. 25. The workshop brought Soldiers from supply, logistics and food sections from across the state to come together and meet in one place to talk face to face about issues that impact them and share  ideas to help each other. Maj. Gen. Stephen R. Hogan took some time from the three-day event to recognize the […]

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  • Story by Stacy Floden, Kentucky National Guard Public Affairs FRANKFORT, Ky. – Warning: death, serious injury or damage to Army equipment will occur if actions specified are not implemented. That was the Safety of Use Message (SOUM) sent out this spring across all branches of service, including Active, Reserve and National Guard. Just in the Kentucky National Guard alone, more than 1,200 tires have been damaged. Nearly 50% of the Humvees were involved and almost every unit in the commonwealth affected. Tires on 290 vehicles would need to be replaced due to cracks in the tread. Nationally, in the Guard, over 32,000 wheel […]

    Kentucky Guardsman discovers tire defect; DOD makes changes for safety

    Story by Stacy Floden, Kentucky National Guard Public Affairs FRANKFORT, Ky. – Warning: death, serious injury or damage to Army equipment will occur if actions specified are not implemented. That was the Safety of Use Message (SOUM) sent out this spring across all branches of service, including Active, Reserve and National Guard. Just in the Kentucky National Guard alone, more than 1,200 tires have been damaged. Nearly 50% of the Humvees were involved and almost every unit in the commonwealth affected. Tires on 290 vehicles would need to be replaced due to cracks in the tread. Nationally, in the Guard, over 32,000 wheel […]

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