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Polish Army officer responsible for primary workforce at new APS-2 site in Powidz
April 13, 2023
Polish Army Lt. Col. Przemel Musiej is responsible for overseeing the Polish military workforce at the new Army Prepositioned Stocks-2 worksite in Powidz, Poland, also known as a Long Term Equipment Storage and Maintenance Complex. Musiej said the APS-2 worksite is very important to Poland and demonstrates the strong partnership Poland has with the U.S. and NATO.

405th AFSB commander provides distinguished visitors, leaders with tour of LTESM-C
April 7, 2023
The commander of the 405th Army Field Support Brigade, Col. Crystal Hills, provides a group of distinguished visitors at the Long Term Equipment Storage and Maintenance Complex with a tour of the facility following the LTESM-C’s official opening ceremony in Powidz, Poland, April 5. The LTESM-C is comprised of 650,000 square feet of humidity-controlled warehouse space, a vehicle maintenance facility and supporting facilities, and a 58,000 square foot munitions storage area. (Photo by Lt. Col. Alan Manzo)

405th AFSB LAR supports US vice president visit to Africa, disaster relief efforts in Türkiye
April 4, 2023
Tracy Mabes, a U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command Logistics Assistance Representative assigned to the 405th Army Field Support Brigade (left), provides instruction to an Air Force loadmaster at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, during a CH-47 Chinook trans-loading operation after a mechanical issue was discovered in one of the C-17 Globemaster strategic transporters supporting the mission. (U.S. Army Courtesy photo)

405th AFSB LOGCAP supports Camp Simba in Kenya with power upgrades, distribution
March 29, 2023
A contractor shows a group of personnel from the 475th Expeditionary Air Base Squadron base civil engineer team one of the transfer switches at Camp Simba, Kenya, that needs to be rewired. The 405th Army Field Support Brigade’s Logistics Civil Augmentation Program is working a letter of technical direction in order to conduct a project to access the feeder pillars and the distribution lines and cables that run throughout the east side of the camp. (U.S. Army courtesy photo)

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