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U.S. Army Transportation Corps 80th Year History, "I moved the Army."

This video contains historiography of the U.S. Army Transportation Corps past 80 years from Second World War to present day. The vide

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Consider it done: DLA scraps aging train cars for Army

Story by Jake Joy, DLA Disposition Services Public Affairs

January 24, 2023


BATTLE CREEK, Mich. — Members of the agency’s workforce in Korea recently provided key property disposal support to the U.S. Army battalion responsible for moving warfighters and equipment to exercises and installations across the Korean Peninsula.


The Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services team at Gimcheon — including Disposal Support Representative Ki Song Chong and property receivers Wok Sok Chang and Pyong Chol Yi — brought in a 100-ton crane to help rid the 25th Transportation Battalion of 20 railcars weighing an estimated 1.6 million pounds to be sold as scrap. The work was conducted on site in Gimcheon over a four-day period, said Area Manager Chris Dunsmore. He said the local team previously processed 20 railcars in early 2021 and expects to receive another batch sometime in the next few months.

An Army railcar flatbed section is removed with the help of a 100-ton crane at the DLA Disposition Services property disposal site in Gimcheon, South Korea, in 2022. The flatbed section was part of the some 1.6 million pounds of material turned in by Army logisticians to be turned to scrap through a DLA scrap sales contract that returns money to DOD for continued warfighter support. (DLA photo)

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