Life at Leatherneck
The men and women of Logistics Task Force—4 at Camp Leatherneck, Afghanistan work hard seven days a week supporting the Soldiers and Marines operating in the southern part of Afghanistan. They are responsible for several programs including installing armor upgrades on Army and Marine vehicles, maintenance and sustainment operations, and retrograde operations.
About the 401st:
The 401st Army field Support Brigade provides Soldiers, Sailors, Airman, and Marines, the tools and resources necessary to complete the mission. If they shoot, drive it, fly it, wear it, eat it or communicate with it, the 401st helps provide it. The brigade assists coalition partners with many of their logistical and sustainment needs. The brigade also handles the responsible disposition of equipment in Afghanistan to support evolving missions. We are the single link between Warfighters in the field, and working through Army Sustainment Command, we leverage Army Materiel Command’s worldwide Materiel Enterprise to develop, deliver, and sustain materiel to ensure a dominant joint force for the U.S. and our Allies.
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