The 266th Quartermaster Battalion
Mission: Support, train, and graduate Transportation (88L, 88K, 88H, 88P, and 88U) and Quartermaster (92G) Soldiers from Advanced Individual Training (AIT) while developing Logistics Warriors that will contribute to their first unit of assignment in support of unified land operations.
Vision: An organization that is Professional, Responsible, with Engaged Leadership that always treat each other with Dignity and Respect.
The 266th Quartermaster Battalion is composed of four companies and a Joint Training Department: Whiskey, Tango, Echo (AIT), and the 508th Transportation Company (Training Support). Echo Company and a detachment from the 508th are located on Fort Eustis, VA. It provides training and support for Soldiers in the Food Service Specialist MOS (92G) in conjunction with the Joint Culinary Center of Excellence (JCCoE). Additionally, Transportation Warriors assigned to Echo Company (88H, 88K, 88L, 88P, 88U) train on Fort Eustis while Transportation Management Coordinators (88N) train on Fort Lee, VA and fall under Tango Company. The battalion is located on Fort Lee and is assigned to the 23rd Quartermaster Brigade. Fort Lee is also the home of the Quartermaster School and the Sustainment Center of Excellence (SCoE).
BATTALION COMMANDER AND COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR’S WELCOME
Welcome Soldiers, Families, and friends to the 266th Quartermaster Battalion, 23rd Quartermaster Brigade website. The battalion has a long and prestigious history. Currently, the mission of the battalion is to supply the Army with well-trained Food Service Specialists (92G), Transportation Management Coordinators (88N), and other low-density Transportation Corps Soldiers (88L, 88K, 88H, 88P, and 88U).
The intent and purpose of this site is to provide useful information pertaining to the mission, task, and purpose of the 266th Quartermaster Battalion and its subordinate units. Additional information regarding Fort Lee facilities, the Quartermaster Corps, and other points of interest are available by clicking on any of the links to the right.
This page was last updated on: July 27, 2015