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Former British Royal Air Force airman now leads preservation team at Zutendaal APS-2 site
November 18, 2022
Antony Phoenix (right), the preservation team lead at Zutendaal Army Prepositioned Stocks-2 worksite, discusses a work project with one of his team members, carpenter Jurgen Van Hees. Phoenix is responsible for a team of six personnel, to include a carpenter. Their mission is to ensure all APS-2 equipment is preserved properly, in accordance with Army guidelines and regulations. (U.S. Army courtesy photo)

Marine continues his service as Army civilian at APS-2 worksite in the Netherlands
November 17, 2022
Joshua Calvert, who is currently working special duty as the Eygelshoven Army Prepositioned Stocks-2 worksite’s accountable officer, served in the Marine Corps in the mid ‘90s, then as a contractor at U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground, Arizona, for 10 years, and now as an Army civilian with the 405th Army Field Support Brigade. Pictured here, Calvert and a quality control specialist inspect the current vehicle configuration on a recently received mine-resistant ambush protected-all terrain vehicle at the APS-2 site. (U.S. Army courtesy photo)

Rutgers ROTC grad, former Army captain now serves as Dülmen APS-2 site director
November 16, 2022
Troy Furlow (front left), the Dülmen Army Prepositioned Stocks-2 worksite director, briefs German State Military Command North Rhine-Westphalia Commanding General Brig. Gen. Dieter Meyerhoff at the APS-2 worksite. Meyerhoff and other officials visited the Dülmen APS-2 worksite Oct. 26 to gain a better understanding of operations there. (U.S. Army courtesy photo)

From Google to LRC Benelux – PBO supply technician says he’s delighted he did
November 15, 2022
Thomas Wattiez is a supply technician at Logistics Readiness Center Benelux’s property book office, 405th Army Field Support Brigade. The Belgian local national chose to leave his job with Google to pursue a job with the U.S. Army at Chièvres Air Base, Belgium. “I have the privilege to serve with the best Army in the world,” said Wattiez. (U.S. Army courtesy photo)

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