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Title: United States Army CASCOM and SCoE

United States Army CASCOM and SCoE
Command Overview Briefing
28 JUL 2009
Support Starts Here
As of 28 Jul 09
  • TRADOC Organization
  • CASCOM and SCoE Mission/Vision/Priorities
  • Team Lee
  • CASCOM and SCoE Team
  • CASCOM and SCoE History
  • CASCOM and SCoE Today
  • CASCOM and SCoE Associated Schools
  • Sustainment Center of Excellence
  • BRAC Overview / Structure and Training
  • CPX-S / R-CAATs / Sustainment Knowledge
  • Logistics Corps
  • Concluding Thoughts

Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC)
  • Army Capabilities Integration Center
  • Concepts
  • Experimentation
  • Requirements Determination

Combined Arms Support Command
Combined Arms Command
Army Accessions Command
  • Functional Training
  • Leader Development and Education
  • Collective Training
  • Doctrine
  • Training Support
  • Lessons Learned

  • The Sustainment Dimension of
  • Initial Military/Functional Training
  • Leader Development and
  • Education
  • Collective Training
  • Doctrine/Lessons Learned
  • Training Development/Support
  • Concepts Experimentation
  • Requirements Determination

  • Recruit
  • Initial Military Training

Initial Military Training Command (IMT)
CASCOM and SCoE Mission and Vision
CSM C.C. Jenkins Command Sergeant Major
MG James Chambers Commanding General
CASCOM and SCoE provides Training and Leader
Development, and develops concepts, doctrine,
organizations, life-long learning, and materiel
solutions, to provide Sustainment to a campaign
quality Army with joint and expeditionary
Support Starts Here! CASCOM and SCoE is a
world-class training and combat development
organization transforming to a Sustainment Center
of Excellence, shaping the Armys Sustainment
capabilities to meet the needs of a Nation at
war, while anticipating solutions to tomorrows
CASCOM and SCoE Top Priorities
CG TRADOC 2009 Priorities 1. Leader
Development - Training - Education -
Experience 2. Initial Military Training 3.
Support ARFORGEN 4. Capabilities Integration
  • Safety (Protect the Force)
  • Support to the Warfighter
  • Sustainment Training Leader Development
  • Modular Force Logistics Transformation
  • Transforming into the Sustainment Center of
  • Logistics Automation Modernization
  • Future Combat Systems
  • Sustainment Knowledge Management
  • Civilian Education Leader Development
  • Continuous Process Improvement

Team Lee
Senior Commander (Installation Commander) MG
49th Quartermaster Group (101st Airborne
U.S. Army Garrison
Combined Arms Support Command
Defense Commissary Agency
  • Quartermaster Center and School
  • NCO Academy

Defense Acquisition University
Military Entrance Processing Station
Army Logistics University
Software Engineering Center
TRADOC Analysis Command Lee
Logistics Exercise Simulation Directorate /
National Simulation Center
Ordnance Center School
U.S. Marine Corps Detachment
Transportation Center School
Defense Contract Management Agency
Soldier Support Institute located at Fort
Jackson, SC
Not Currently Located at Fort Lee
The CASCOM and SCoE Team 13 States 12 Army
Posts, 1 Air Force Base, 1 Navy Base, 1 University

Fort McCoy
Aberdeen Proving Ground Univ. of VA Fort
Eustis Fort Story Little Creek Amph Base Fort AP
Hill Fort Pickett
  • Fort Leonard
  • Wood
  • Fort Sill

Fort Lee
Fort Bliss
Camp Shelby
Eglin AFB
Fort Knox
Fort Sam Houston
Fort Gordon
Fort Jackson
Redstone Arsenal
Provide Liaisons To United Kingdom (UK) Receive
Liaisons From U.S. Army Medical Department
(AMEDD), Judge Advocate General (JAG), UK,
Canada (CA), France (FR), Germany (GE), Korea
(KO) Exchange Officers UK
CASCOM and SCoE History
OCT 2009 Sustainment CoE
2008 Logistics Branch created
Former CASCOM HQs Fort Lee, VA
2005 BRAC results in CASCOM as the SCoE at Fort
Moving Commenced 3 MAR 2009!
1994 CASCOM Reorganization was implemented.
Combat developments and Training development
centralized in CASCOM.
1990 Combined Arms Support Command (CASCOM) is
formed when the LOGCEN is merged with the Soldier
Support Center and remains at Fort Lee.
1973 TRADOC created with three major subordinate
commands the Combined Arms Center (CAC), the
Logistics Center (LOGCEN) and the Administrative
Center. Materiel development is now a joint
effort. TRADOC is the primary combat developer
and AMC is primary materiel developer. LOGCEN
located at Fort Lee.
1962 Combined Service Support Group created as
one of two subordinate elements of the Combat
Developments Group (CDG) and activated at Fort
Lee. Designed to integrate under CDG the log and
admin support functions. Each branch school
maintained their own separate departments of
combat developments and doctrinal expertise.
Sustainment Center of Excellence SCoE
CASCOM and Sustainment Center of Excellence
Special Staff
Army Approved TDA Effective 30 Mar 09
Senior Master WO
Acquisition, Logistics Technology Integration
Army Civilian Logistics Career Mgt Office
Knowledge Management
ESD/TCM Sustainment C2
Chief of Staff
DCG RC Mob Tng
Training Dev Integration
Army Logistics University
Capabilities Dev Integration
Transportation School
Quartermaster School
Ordnance School
Adjutant General School
Financial Management School
Recruiting Retention School
School of Music
Postal School
Original MOS Producing Schools

Dual Hat Responsibility
Center Level Functions
Joint Mortuary Affairs Center
Senior Commander
CGSC- ILE Satellite
Quartermaster Center and School Fort Lee, VA
  • Proponency Areas
  • Petroleum
  • Mortuary Affairs
  • Supply
  • Subsistence
  • Field Services
  • Aerial Delivery
  • Water

BG Jesse Cross
Key Functions
  • Fuel/Water
  • Supply
  • Rigging
  • Food Service
  • Field Services
  • Mortuary Affairs

Annual Student Population 31,167
  • Joint Collaborative Training
  • Petroleum Laboratory Specialist
  • Bulk Fuel Specialist
  • Mortuary Affairs Specialist
  • Mortuary Affairs Officer
  • Food Service Specialist
  • Fabric Repair Specialist
  • Parachute Rigger
  • Airdrop Load Inspector Certification
  • 9 Enlisted MOSs
  • 5 Warrant Officer Specialties
  • 3 Officer AOCs
  • 87 Courses of Instruction
  • 1 NCO Academy

2d Highest Resident Student Load in TRADOC
Ordnance Center and Schools
  • Ordnance Mechanical Maintenance School -
    Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD
  • Ordnance Munitions and Electronic Maintenance
    School- Redstone Arsenal, AL
  • Proponency Areas
  • Mechanical Maintenance
  • Vehicles
  • Weapons/Armament
  • Generators
  • Refrigeration/Heating
  • Qm/Chem Equipment
  • Welding Machining
  • Electronics
  • Munitions
  • EOD

BG Lynn Collyar
Key Functions
  • Ammunition
  • Maintenance
  • EOD
  • Joint Collaborative Training
  • Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Md
  • Fire Control Repair Systems Repairer
  • Electro-optical Ordnance Repairer
  • Small Arms/Towed Artillery
  • Small Arms Repairer
  • Armament Repairer
  • Tank Systems Technician
  • Utilities Equipment Repairer
  • Basic Refrigeration Mechanic
  • Metal Worker
  • Basic Metal Worker
  • Machinist

Annual Student Population 31,137
  • 35 Enlisted MOSs
  • 9 Warrant Officer Specialties
  • 2 Officer Areas of Concentration
  • 17 ASIs
  • 2 NCO Academies
  • Redstone Arsenal, Al
  • Explosive Ordnance Disposal
  • Advanced Access And Disablement
  • Explosive Ordnance Disposal Specialist

Transportation Center and School Fort Eustis and
Fort Story, VA
  • Proponency Areas
  • Motor Transport Operators
  • Army Watercraft Operators and
  • Railway Operators and Maintainers
  • Deployment and Force Projection
  • Transportation Management Coordinators
  • Cargo Specialists
  • Locomotive Engineers for DOD
  • Tactical Wheeled Vehicles
  • Army Watercraft Operations
  • Convoy Leader and Force Protection
  • Army Driver Standardization

BG Brian Layer
Key Functions
  • Motor Transport
  • Transportation Planning
  • Army Water Craft
  • Rail
  • Joint Collaborative Training
  • Strategic Deployment Planning
  • Air Deployment Planning
  • Worldwide Port System
  • Ship Loading and Stowage
  • Integrated Computerized Deployment Systems
  • Unit Movement Officer Deployment Training
  • Defense Advanced Traffic Management
  • Traffic Management Coordinator
  • Intro to Defense Transportation
  • Installation Traffic Management
  • Passenger Travel Specialist

Annual Student Population 16,539
  • 8 Enlisted MOSs
  • 7 Warrant Officer Courses
  • 6 Officer Courses
  • 31 Functional Courses
  • 1 NCO Academy

Army Logistics University Fort Lee,
VA Established 2 July 2009
COL Shelley Richardson
  • Consolidated Logistics NCOA
  • -QM, OD, TC BNCOCs
  • -QM, OD, TC ANCOCs
  • Warrant Officer Education
  • - QM, OD, TC WOBC
  • -QM, OD, TC WOAC
  • Logistics Leader Education
  • -QM, OD, TC BOLC
  • -Sustainment Pre-Command
  • -Combined Log CCC
  • ALMC
  • -Acquisition and Contracting
  • -Operations Research
  • -Management Science
  • -Operational/Strategic Logistics
  • -Joint/DOD Logistics Courses
  • -TRADOC CP32 Courses

Annual Student Population ALU (EST)

Soldier Support Institute Fort Jackson, SC
Little Creek Amphibious Base, VA
  • Proponency Areas
  • Adjutant General School
  • - Human Resources
  • - Postal
  • - Army Bands
  • (COL Robert Manning, Commandant)
  • Finance School
  • - Finance And Accounting
  • - Comptrollership
  • (COL Troy Clay, Commandant)
  • Recruiting And Retention School
  • (Col James H. Comish, Commandant)
  • (CSM Scott Brady)

COL Mark A. McAlister
Key Functions
  • Personnel
  • Finance
  • Recruiting
  • Retention
  • Postal
  • Bands

Annual Student Population 20,618
  • 9 Enlisted MOSs
  • 2 Warrant Officer Specialties
  • 3 Officer Areas of Concentration
  • 3 ASIs
  • 4 MOS NCO Academy
  • Joint Collaborative Training
  • Postal Operations Course
  • Postal Supervisors Course
  • Planning, Programming, Budgeting And
  • Execution Systems Course
  • Resource Management Budget Course
  • School of Music, Norfolk, VA

BRAC Moves
Ordnance Center Mechanical Maintenance
School Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD
Navy Culinary Schools Great Lakes, IL
Defense Contract Management Agency Alexandria, VA
Some Quality of Life/Safety Challenges
Transportation Center School Fort Eustis, VA
Air Force Culinary Schools Lackland AFB, TX
Defense Commissary Agency -- Hopewell, VA
Virginia Beach, VA San Antonio, TX
Air Force Transportation Management
School Lackland AFB, TX
Ordnance Munitions Electronic Maintenance
School, Redstone Arsenal, AL
Structure Consolidation
8 Locations
10 Locations
4 Brigades
2 Brigades
10 Battalions
7 Battalions
50 Companies/Dets
33 Companies/Dets
2 Warrior Tng Areas
4 Warrior Tng Areas
Training Consolidation
4 Schools
3 Schools
12 Training Depts
16 Training Depts
4 Prof Mil Education
1 University
Training Moving to Fort Lee
185 of 371 Courses Moving Represents 50 of the
SCoE Courses
Enlisted (NCOES both Army and current co-located
Marine courses) 92A, 92F, 92G, 92L, 92M, 92S,
92W, 92Y Fort Lee internal moves
Officer (BOLC III and Functional Courses) 92F,
92D, 92A Warrant Officer 920A, 920B, 921A, 922A,
923A Fort Lee internal moves
No one will train more specialties than Fort Lee
CASCOM and SCoE Training at Other Locations
Endstate 2011
Fort Leonard Wood Tech Escort Motor Trans Oper
moves from Fort Bliss
Fort Eustis Watercraft, Rail Cargo Handling
(3, 658)
(33, 289) E/266th (AIT)
Fort Jackson Wheel Veh Mech
Fort Sill Radar Rpr (PH 2) Patriot Sys Rpr (PH
2) moves from Fort Bliss
(2, 1240)
(2, 142) Tng Det
Fort Gordon Electronic Maintenance
Redstone Arsenal Hazardous Device School (HDS)
Fort Benning Abrams Tank Sys Maint Bradley
FV Sys Maint from Ft Knox
Eglin, AFB EOD Spec (Ph 2) EOD Off (Ph 2)
(9, 592) 73rd OD Bn
(1, 24) Tng Det
(2, 312) OD Bn (Prov)
( of Courses, Avg Daily Load)
Moving to New Location
Fort Lee Supported Population with BRAC Growth
The family members represented here are those of
all employees- military, civilian and contractor-
and are part of the entire population that Fort
Lee supports.
FY09 Projected Student Load
Command Post Exercise Sustainment (CPX-S)
FY 09 Completed
143 ESC CPX-S / Ft Lee 593 SBDE / Ft Lee
8-21 Nov 08 45 SBDE CPX-S / HI BCTC
13-20 Nov 08
13 ESC CPX-S / Ft Lee (Ft Eustis)
90 SBDE / Ft Lee 36 SBDE / Ft Eustis
13-25 Apr 09
CASCOM and SCoEs Lessons Learned Program
AR 1133 Army Lessons Learned
Projected 09-10
  • 13th 316th ESC
  • MNFI J-4
  • CFLCC C-4
  • 1st SB
  • 3rd SB
  • 4th SB
  • 7th SB
  • 10th SB
  • 15th SB
  • 43rd ASG
  • 45th SB
  • 801st BSB (AUG)
  • 3rd ESC (OCT)
  • 16th SB (NOV)

  • Purpose Provide recently redeployed CSS
    units AAR with Observations, Insights, and
    Lessons (OILs) for sharing Army-wide and
    integrating into CASCOMs DOTMLPF products.
    LOGNET R-CAAT Link https//forums.bcks.army.mil/s

  • Near-Term Value Added
  • Leader PDs Session
  • Focused Interview
  • Roundtable w/ Directorates
  • Presentations to PME

A-Log Articles www.ALMC.Army.Mil/alog
Near Term Products
  • Longer-Term Value Added
  • 25 Field Manuals
  • 15 Collective Training Support
  • 12 Force Design Updates
  • 9 Convoy Force Protection Functional
  • Needs Analysis
  • 9 CALL Produced Handbooks
  • 8 Capabilities Based Analysis
  • 2 Capabilities Needs Assessment

Longer Term Products
Sustainment Knowledge Management
Who We Are
  • 410,000 Active
  • Reserve Soldiers
  • and DA Civilians
  • 63,700 Sharing
  • Knowledge within
  • Discussion Forums
  • 30,100 Engaged
  • in Virtual Lifelong
  • Learning Courses

What Were Doing
  • Empowering Operational Sustainment Commanders,
    Leaders, and Soldiers
  • Collaborating Soldier to Soldier, Staff to Staff,
    and across DOTLMPF Domains
  • Capturing and Sharing Observations, Insights,
    Experience and Lessons Learned
  • Enabling Virtual Teams, Mentorship, Learning and
    Professional Development

The Logistics Corps
Established 1 Jan 2008
  • Enlisted Soldiers (Outer Ring)
  • QM, OD TC branches
  • WOs and LTs (Middle Ring between dashed circle
    and inner circle)
  • 3 separate branches and part of the Logistics
    Officer Corps
  • CPTs-COLs (Inner Circle)
  • Logistics branch of the Logistics Officer Corps.
    Officers also hold one specialty within the
    Logistics branch.

TC Corps
Logistics Branch
QM Corps
OD Corps
How officers are inducted into the Logistics
branch Lieutenants are accessed into one of
three branches (OD, QM, TC), then upon graduation
from CLC3 or RC CCC (as Captains) are inducted
into the Logistics (LG) branch.
Concluding Thoughts
  • Fort Lee is home of the Armys Sustainment
    Center of Excellence
  • CASCOM, as a Major Subordinate Command, is
    TRADOC's Sustainment Integrator
  • CASCOM is responsible for the training and
    future developments of over 1/3 of the Army
  • Fort Lee will become the Emerald City for

  • Coming 25 September 2009

CASCOM Gets a New Patch Red, white and blue are
the national colors. The Torch of
Knowledge symbolizes the training functions of
the Center to transform service members into
proficient logistics leaders and Soldiers.
Gold/yellow denotes excellence. The five stars
represent the five major elements of Sustainment
maintenance, supply, transportation, human
resources, and financial services.
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