The U.S. Army Transportation School is headquartered at Fort Lee, VA where it is co-located with the U.S. Army Quartermaster School and U.S. Army Ordnance School. The Transportation School operates as a geographically distributed One Army School System (OASS) comprised of three (3) separate training locations for all the Transportation Corps MOSs. The Transportation School at Fort Lee, VA is responsible for the Advanced Individual Training (AIT) of 88N Transportation Management Coordinators. The Transportation School at Fort Lee, VA also works with Army Logistics University in the development of program of instruction for all Transportation Noncommissioned Officers (NCOs), 882A Warrant Officers, and 88A / 90A88 Officers attending Professional Military Education (PME) courses.
The Transportation Management Coordinator (TMC) supervises, monitors, controls and coordinates the movement of personnel, equipment, and cargo by air, rail, highway, and water; Trained at Fort Lee, VA as part of the Transportation School's distributed One Army School System
Transportation officers are our Army's deployment and distribution experts, effectively supporting expeditionary forces. They are trained, innovative, and adaptive transportation and logistics leaders who are grounded in the Army Values and can operate throughout the JIIM environment. Transportation officers enable unified land operations through the application of functional expertise in deployment and distribution.
Transportation Mobility Warrant Officers assists the commander and staff in developing specific procedures, estimates, analyses, and timelines for deployments, decisive action operational maneuver transportation support requirements, area of operation movement support coordination to include route synchronization planning and MSR/ASR control, and retrograde and redeployments.
Provide logistical support to the U.S. Army Ordinance, Quartermaster, and Transportation Schools' Initial Military Training (IMT) and Professional Military Education (PME), Combined Arms Support Command (CASCOM), and the surrounding Virginia Peninsula Region. Develop, train, and prepare 88N AIT Soldiers to be grounded in the Army Values and Warrior Ethos and ready to contribute to the Operational Force, enabling Multi-Domain Operations during Large Scale Combat Operations (LSCO). Create a safe and inclusive training and working environment that promotes safety and welfare for all assigned Soldiers, Civilians, and family members.