US Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM).

Position:DOD: US Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM
 
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Gen Paul J. Selva, USAF

Commander

VADM William A. Brown, USN

Deputy Commander

MG David Clarkson, USA

Chief of Staff

Chief Master Sgt. William W. Turner, USAF

Command Senior Enlisted Leader

USTRANSCOM DIRECTORS

Col Ronald J. Dougherty, USAF

J1 Manpower and Personnel

CAPT David H. McAllister, USN

J2 Intelligence

Maj Gen Rowayne A. Schatz, Jr., USAF

J3 Operations and Plans

RADM David F. Baucom, USN

J5/4 Strategy, Policy, Programs and Logistics

Brig Gen Mitchel H. Butikofer, USAF

J6 Command, Control, Communications and Cyber Systems

James L. McGinley, SES

J8 Program Analysis and Financial Mgmt.

Bruce A. Busier, SES

AC Joint Distribution Process Analysis Ctr.

Gail Jorgenson, SES

AQ Acquisition

Col. David O'Brien, USAF

SG Command Surgeon

Maj Gen Michael D. Kim, USAF

RA Reserve Component Directorate

ORGANIZATION AND MISSION

When combatant commands, services, other government agencies, and coalition partners require movement, they rely on USTRANSCOM. Established in 1987, USTRANSCOM is responsible for the synchronization and interoperability of distribution-related activities supporting force projection, sustainment, and redeployment/retrograde of military forces and materiel. USTRANSCOM directs and supervises the execution of the distribution system and develops and implements distribution process improvements.

USTRANSCOM's assigned responsibilities as identified in the Unified Command Plan are:

* Mobility Joint Force Provider

* DOD Single Manager for Transportation

* DOD Single Manager for Patient Movement

* Distribution Process Owner

* Global Distribution Operations

* Global Standing Joint Force Headquarters.

This way of doing business calls for partnering with world-class transportation service providers to improve reliability, predictability, and efficiency of moving DOD materiel to anywhere in the world where there is a need. The consolidation of responsibility under one process owner is aimed at realizing logistics efficiencies: eliminating existing seams between current distribution processes and standardizing the policies, vision, and performance goals in DOD's supply chain; driving interoperable information technology solutions and enhancing total asset visibility to distribution customers; institutionalizing sustainment planning into our contingency response processes; and streamlining distribution accountability (providing an accountable person for the supported combatant...

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