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Future division transportation officers, chiefs of the Office of the Quartermaster General, and chiefs of ordnance have to be developed.
The Brigade establishes end-to-end in-transit visibility and total asset visibility by ensuring source data accuracy and also provides deployment and redeployment, synchronization and coordination to the division transportation officers, unit movement officers, and the air/sea port operating units.
Before I knew it, the G-4, the division transportation officer (DTO), and I were neck deep in plans to pull a combat brigade out of a gunnery rotation in time to prepare them for immediate-staging-area operations and deployment.
To mitigate the risk to the drivers of the HETs, the Assistant Division Commander for Support and the Division Transportation Officer developed a plan to put an extra soldier in the cab of each HET.
Students from the Division Transportation Officer Course at Fort Leavenworth, Kan.
He has a master's degree in military history from Louisiana State University and is a graduate of the Infantry Officer Basic Course, the Combined Logistics Officers Advanced Course, the Combined Arms and Services Staff School, the Support Operations Course, and the Division Transportation Officer Course.
Gainey's other assignments include: Program Analyst, Unites States Armament, Munitions and Chemical Command, Rock Island; Executive Officer, 2nd Area Support Group, 22nd Support Command and Operation Desert Storm, Saudi Arabia; S-2/S3, 702nd Transportation Battalion, 711th Transportation Group, 22nd Support Command and Operation Desert Storm (Residual Force), Saudi Arabia; Division Transportation Officer, 24th Infantry Division (Mech), Fort Stewart, Ga.
Ben Walters, Deputy Division Transportation Officer, 1st Armored Division.