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Guard plans hurricane support in Monticello

Lt. Col. Frank Querns (standing), 66th Troop Command operations officer, discusses 66th Troop Command concerns during a hurricane logistics planning conference at the Monticello Army National Guard Readiness Center Aug. 15. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Lt. Col. Andy Thaggard)

by Lt. Col. Andy Thaggard 184th Sustainment Command

More than 50 Mississippi Army and Air National Guard senior leaders and planners met at the Monticello Army National Guard Readiness Center on Aug. 15 to plan statewide logistical operations for any potential National Guard support to civil authorities for 2020 and 2021 hurricane seasons.
Monticello is home of the 184th Sustainment Command, an expeditionary sustainment command, and they are responsible for planning and leading the sustainment effort to ensure that soldiers and airmen are properly supplied with food, equipment, fuel, and repair parts during any large scale relief operation.

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