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Transportation Leadership


The U.S. Army Transportation School trains, educates, and develops Transportation professionals for the total force; and drives change through DOTMLPF-P solutions to sustain large scale combat operations in a multi-domain operations environment.


Transportation professionals and solutions enable the Army to deploy, fight and win, anytime and anywhere. Mobility equals lethality and survivability!

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Multifunctional Sustainment NCOs serve in key positions

By Sgt. Maj. Shelia Fourman, U.S. Army Materiel Command

February 21, 2024

In modern military operations, adaptability and versatility have become paramount qualities for effective leadership. One significant development in this regard is the emergence of multifunctional sustainment noncommissioned officers, who play diverse roles across various domains within the Army. This paradigm shift signifies a distinctive move towards a more agile and flexible NCO cohort.

Multifunctional NCOs are distinguished by their ability to excel in multiple roles, stemming from personal and professional experience, and combat operations. Unlike the specialized roles of the past, these NCOs are trained to operate across different functions, seamlessly transitioning between tasks as per the demands of the mission.

Image contains photos of the four highlighted NCOs in the article.

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