US Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM).

 
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VADM Dee L. Mewbourne, USN

Deputy Commander

MG Deborah L. Kotulich. USA

Chief of Staff

CMSgt Jason L. France, USAF

Command Senior Enlisted Leader

USTRANSCOM DIRECTORS

Col Wistaria Joseph, USAF

J1 Manpower and Personnel

CAPT Henry Stephenson, USN

J2 Intelligence

Maj Gen Brian S. Robinson, USAF

J3 Operations and Plans

RDML Peter J. Clarke, USN

J5/4 Strategy, Policy, Programs and Logistics

Brig Gen Robert K. Lyman, USAF

J6 Command, Control, Communications and Cyber Systems

Terri L. Dilly, SES

J8 Program Analysis and Financial Mgmt.

Bruce A. Busier, SES

AC Joint Distribution Process Analysis Ctr.

Kenneth Brennan, SES

AO. Acquisition

Col John R. Amirus, USAF

SG Command Surgeon

Brig Gen Kenneth R. Council, Jr., USAF

RA Reserve Component Directorate

ORGANIZATION AND MISSION

We live in an increasingly complex world with growing uncertainty and risk. When natural disasters, epidemics or acts of war occur, the 122,000-strong USTRANSCOM stands ready and capable to answer America's call. Since its inception in 1987, USTRANSCOM has moved our forces and their equipment to and from the fight around the clock and globe. This total force team of active duty, Guard, Reserve, civilians, commercial transportation partners and other contractors operate a robust joint deployment and distribution enterprise that delivers the nation's objectives worldwide.

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 Global Patient Movement

* Distribution Process Owner

* Joint Enabling Capabilities Provider

* Joint Deployment & Distribution Coordinator

The ability to project rapid power anywhere on the planet at any time sets the US apart from the world. As a global combatant command, USTRANSCOM collaborates with world-class transportation providers to enhance the reliability, predictability, and efficiency of transporting DOD materiel wherever and whenever needed.

USTRANSCOM executes its mission through three components:

  1. The US Army's Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (SDDC) administers military land transportation and common-user ocean terminals.

  2. The US Navy's Military Sealift Command (MSC) provides strategic sealift supporting...

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