The 316th Expeditionary Sustainment Command from Coraopolis, Pennsylvania stepped foot in Kuwait on July 1st. They will take command over all bean, bullets and fuel operations in the Middle East. The 316th is largely made up of Soldiers from western Pennsylvania, but also boasts Soldiers from 27 states, Washington D.C., and Puerto Rico. Their training has taken them from Fort Dix, New Jersey to Fort Hunter Liggett, California and lastly Fort Hood, Texas. The commanding general of the 316th Brig. Gen. Bud Jameson Jr. of Sherwood, Arkansas says that the Soldiers are ready to get to work. Also available in high definition
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