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    • Hometown Hero: SGM John Thomas

      Story by Sgt. Connie Jones   |   184th Sustainment Command   |   08.03.2019  |  

      Sgt. Maj. John Thomas is deployed with 184th Sustainment Command to Erbil, Iraq, as the noncommissioned officer in charge of 1st Theater Sustainment Command’s Syrian Logistics Cell. He provides oversight and leadership to the Soldiers under his guidance and supports multiple locations. He is responsible for carrying out and enforcing U.S. Army orders, policies, and directives....

    • Hometown Hero: SFC Brad McCormick

      Story by Sgt. Connie Jones   |   184th Sustainment Command   |   07.30.2019  |  

      Sgt. 1st Class Brad McCormick is deployed with 184th Sustainment Command to Erbil, Iraq, as the operations noncommissioned officer of 1st Theater Sustainment Command’s Operational Command Post. He consolidates briefs and ensures they are prepared correctly and in a timely manner. He also manages the schedule for the secure voice teleconferencing room....

    • Hometown Hero: LTC Tracy Matthews

      Story by Sgt. Connie Jones   |   184th Sustainment Command   |   07.30.2019  |  

      Lt. Col. Tracy Matthews is deployed with 184th Sustainment Command to Baghdad, Iraq, as a liaison officer for the 1st Theater Sustainment Command’s Operational Command Post. He works with the operational security cooperation officer at the U.S. Embassy in Iraq as well as the Baghdad Movement Cell to see that transport movement requests fulfilled so that the transportation of cargo and......

    • Hometown Hero: Sgt. William Harrison

      Story by Sgt. Connie Jones   |   184th Sustainment Command   |   07.25.2019  |  

      Sgt. William Harrison is deployed with 184th Sustainment Command to Erbil, Iraq, as the ground movement noncommissioned officer of 1st Theater Sustainment Command’s Syrian Logistics Cell. He ensures transportation movement requests are properly tracked and documented for cargo moving into and out of Syria from Iraq....

    • Hometown Hero: SFC Daniel Lofton

      Story by Sgt. Connie Jones   |   184th Sustainment Command   |   07.21.2019  |  

      Sgt. 1st Class Daniel Lofton is deployed with 184th Sustainment Command to Erbil, Iraq, as the ground mobility officer in charge for 1st Theater Sustainment Command’s Syrian Logistics Cell. He plans, prepares, and coordinates ground movements from Iraq to outstations in Syria with his team in order to support the warfighter with sustainment necessities....

    • Syrian Logistics Cell Hosts Fourth of July Cookout

      Story by Master Sgt. Paul Dennis   |   184th Sustainment Command   |   07.04.2019  |  

      Members of the 1st Theater Sustainment Command’s Syrian Logistics Cell (SLC) celebrate the Fourth of July with food and fellowship at Erbil Airbase, Iraq. 184th Sustainment Command Soldiers cooked food and enjoyed some time off with other Soldiers who work with the SLC at Erbil....

    • Hometown Hero: MSG Paul Dennis

      Story by Sgt. Connie Jones   |   184th Sustainment Command   |   06.30.2019  |  

      Master Sgt. Paul Dennis is deployed with 184th Sustainment Command to Erbil, Iraq, as the personnel noncommissioned officer in charge and the safety noncommissioned officer in charge for the 1st Theater Sustainment Command’s Syrian Logistics Cell. He maintains personnel readiness and processes various human resources actions. He also ensures the safety of Soldiers through risk management and......

    • Hometown Hero: MSG Eric Deitrick

      Story by Sgt. Connie Jones   |   184th Sustainment Command   |   06.30.2019  |  

      Master Sgt. Eric Deitrick is deployed with 184th Sustainment Command to Erbil, Iraq, as the commodities manager for 1st Theater Sustainment Command’s Syrian Logistics Cell. He oversees various goods, materials, and equipment for Syria and Jordan and makes projections for future sustainment orders....