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What does CASCOM stand for?

CASCOM stands for Combined Arms Support Command (US Army)

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Additionally, since the Systems, Applications, Products in Data Processing (SAP) enterprise application is the foundation of GCSS--Army, the Combined Arms Support Command is working now to build a base of SAP-certified professionals.
Moderator: COL David Pollard, USA, Assistant Chief of Staff, Reserve Affairs, SDDC Panelists: COL Larry McColpin, USA, US Army Combined Arms Support Command Chief of Reserve Affairs Erin Thede, Director, Employer Partnership Office, Office of Army Reserve MAJ Tim Christensen, USAR, Team Chief, Afghanistan Rail Assessment Team Margaret Downey, General Manager, Learning Development & Strategy, Railroad Education, CSX Transportation The Army Reserve is using a five man team of RR specialists in Afghanistan to build its Railroad and train their people in all facets of running a freight RR.
The Army Combined Arms Support Command (CASCOM), at Fort Lee, Virginia, has been working on the changes from a COSCOM to an ESC and TSC for years and has made enormous strides in advancing the logistics forces into the current modular force structure.
Army Logistics, which includes the Combined Arms Support Command, Army Quartermaster Center & School, Army Logistics Management College, Defense Commissary Agency and 25 tenant/ agency partners.
The Signal Center has partnered with Combined Arms Support Command and Communications and Electronics Command in a series of senior leader meetings and there is agreement that Signal operator-maintainers and MOS 25U will continue to perform the functions they previously performed, but under the new maintenance policy.
If you look at the Combined Arms Support Command, CASCOM [Fort Lee, Virginia], it has been a center of excellence for as long as I can remember, but Quartermaster, Ordnance and Transportation have retained their branch identities.