Story by SSG Chad Menegay on 03/07/2019
"While the purpose of the Best Warrior Competition may be to determine who the best Soldier and best NCO in the state are, there is also camaraderie developed and to have the MSCs (major subordinate commands) kind of get to know each other and to have fun," said Sgt. Major Craig Murray, 37th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (IBCT) operations sergeant major.
Story by SSG Edwin Basa on 03/05/2019
"It allows Soldiers to test their skills that they've learned and builds confidence within them that they can do these tasks and skills in a challenging environment, so that they know, should we have to go to war, that they're trained and ready to go," said Sgt. Maj. Stuart Coupe, Operations Sgt. Maj., and competition planner.
The result has been an intra-theater sustainment partnership that includes South Korea, Japan, Guam and Hawaii, which in turn has saved $2,000,000 to date with millions in cost savings forecasted in the next five years.
Story by SGT Christopher Hernandez on 02/08/2019
One of the crucial segments in the 210th RSG/MaD Brigade, the Soldiers and civilian contractors of the special projects and facilities section, have greatly contributed to the total operation.
Story by MAJ Ebony Gay on 02/08/2019
The 1st Battalion, 333rd Regiment (Multifunctional Training), formerly the 5th Battalion under the 94th Training Division-Force Sustainment, gathered here for the 1st Mission Support Command transformation integration ceremony hosted by Brig. Gen. Dustin Shultz, 1st MSC commanding general, on Dec. 9, 2018. At the ceremony, the battalion transitioned from under the 94th TD-FS to the 1st MSC footprint. The 1-333rd was among several units that were integrated into the 1st MSC infrastructure. The 1st MSC is the largest federal U.S. Army command in the Caribbean.