The Quartermaster School (QMS) is a subordinate command of the United States Army's Combined Arms Support Command. QMS trains soldiers, civilians, and members of other Services and Nations in QM skills and functions. In addition to training, the QMS has command of the 23d Quartermaster Brigade and serves as a proponent on all QM matters. QMS is located at Fort Lee, Virginia.
Quartermaster School trains and educates Army and Joint service sustainment professionals and integrates capabilities in support of unified land operations.
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The U.S. Army Quartermaster General, Brigadier John E. O’Neil, IV (left) presented the Chief of Staff of the Army Supply Excellence Award (SEA) to CW2 David Sanchez the 2013 Level II (A) MTOE winner.
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The fiberglass figure, called Lt. FAWMA -- for Friends of the Army Women's Museum Association -- depicts today's modern female Soldier clad in a field uniform and carrying a standard weapon and other field gear. The unveiling took place at the entrance of the Army Women's Museum where roughly 300 people watched.
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