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Lt. Col. Jason Knapp, incoming commander, Army Field Support Battalion- Mannheim, signs on as commander, in front of the battalion’s color guard, during a change of command ceremony on Coleman Worksite in Mannheim, Germany, July 2
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Spc. Dustin Freeman a cook with the 66th Transportation Company prepares garnishing for the lunch menu during the final evaluation of the Philip A. Connelly Award competition at the Clock Tower Cafe, Kleber-Kaserne.
The 405th AFSB provides installation logistics support to U.S. Army Garrisons (USAG) and tactical units through its LRCs services to NATO, SHAPE, USARAF, USAREUR, AFRICOM, EUCOM, and IMCOM, as well as many other units/activities stationed in Europe.
The LRC provides installation logistics services to include CIF, USAREUR  driver's license and testing services, personal property shipments and much more.
Logistics Readiness Center-Rheinland Pfalz's  Supply & Service Division has Central Issuing Facilities (CIFs) on Kleber Kaserne, Sembach and Baumholder.
David Gaddy, Quality Assurance Specialist, Army Field Support Battalion-Mannheim examines a trailer as part of the battalion’s quality assurance process at Coleman Work Site, Germany, April 4.
405th AFSB issues more than 700 pieces of armored Army Prepositioned Stocks 2 at DPTA, Poland, March 23.
Emiliano Falca, warehouse worker, Logistic Readiness Center-Italy's Humanitarian Assistance Program - Excess Property, loads humanitarian aid supplies to be shipped to Ukraine, Feb. 13. The shipment supports the United States Agency for International Development Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance (USAID/OFDA) mission to Zhytomyr, Ukraine, providing supplies to a rehabilitation center for women and infants there.
Logistics Readiness Center-BENELUX is a field operating activity under the 405th Army Field Support Brigade.
LRC Benelux provides installation logistics services to U.S. DoD/DoS personnel and their families assigned to or in support of NAT Headquarter, Supreme Allied Command Europe  HQs Joint Forces Command Europe, U.S. Embassies and more located in Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Northern France, and Northern Germany.
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Army Field Support Battalion-Mannheim personnel inspect basic issue items during equipment turn-in operations at Grafenwoehr Training Area Jan. 28
Lt. Col. Torrance Cleveland, commander Army Field Support Battalion-Benelux, discusses logistical requirements for drawing APS in support of U.S. Army Europe’s mission readiness with Maj. Michelle Kelly, 21st Theater Sustainment Command (left), and Joe Pound, program manager Europe, U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency, at Coleman Work Site, Mannheim, Germany, Feb. 4.
The Logistics Civil Augmentation Program provides Base Life Support and Sustainment Services to deployed forces, during contingency operations within EUCOM and AFRICOM to support U.S. national strategic objectives.
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Logistics Civil Augmentation Program
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LOGCAP is a U.S. Army program that leverages corporate assets to augment current and programmed sustainment force structure. It provides base life support and sustainment services to deployed Soldiers, joint forces, non-military federal agencies and coalition forces in locations throughout the world.