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LRC Stuttgart property book specialist glad to be back in Germany supporting community
February 26, 2024
Terrell Crews is the newest installation property book specialist at Logistics Readiness Center Stuttgart. The 38-year-old former Soldier arrived to Germany in December. He said he can his coworkers at LRC Stuttgart work well together, and they’re ready to make him part of the team. (U.S. Army courtesy photo)

Chief of Army Oil Analysis Program Laboratory Europe retires with 29 years of service
February 22, 2024
Davoud Tehranfar is the chief of the Army Oil Analysis Program Laboratory Europe. The 67-year-old native of Tehran, Iran, who moved to Germany in 1980 to pursue his educational goals, took his first job with the U.S. Army in 1995. After 29 years of service with the Army, Tehranfar retired Feb. 22.

CECOM senior command representative for Europe set to retire with 35 years of service
February 21, 2024
Troy Roberts is U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command’s senior command representative and the director of the CECOM Forward Element for Europe and Africa. Roberts is set to retire this year with 35 years of service as a civilian Army employee. (U.S. Army courtesy photo)

Former paratrooper, now LRC Benelux IPBO, back with Army after 2 years ‘taking a knee’
February 15, 2024
Gerard Bibbins, a former Army paratrooper, is the installation property book officer at Logistics Readiness Center Benelux, 405th Army Field Support Brigade. He is responsible for a team of property book specialists located in Chièvres and Brussels, Belgium, as well as Brunssum, Netherlands. Together, they manage 78 hand receipts across three countries, to include Germany, valued at about $30 million. (U.S. Army courtesy photo)

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