FORT HOOD — Life for the 13th Sustainment Command is steadily returning to its normal ebb and flow after returning from its historic deployment to Afghanistan three months ago, said Brig. Gen. Clark W. LeMasters Jr., the unit’s commander.
Instead of serving in the traditional role of a sustainment headquarters — commanding subordinate units to provide supplies and support American forces — the command supported Deputy Command-Support Operations to advise and assist the Afghan National Security Forces on their own logistics systems to ensure they are ready to be self-sustaining by the end of 2014. During the 13th’s year in country, the directorate and its contractors trained more than 4,700 Afghan National Security Force members.
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