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Cover:This issue focuses on a major development in the history of Army sustainment—the establishment of the Sustainment Center of Excellence (SCoE) at Fort Lee, Virginia. The creation of the SCoE, which was mandated by the 2005 Defense Base Closure and Realignment (BRAC) Commission, has involved significant expenditures of funds, execution of major construction projects, and intricate synchronization of moves and reorganizations among many parties—all carefully coordinated to ensure that development of the SCoE is achieved without interrupting or reducing the training required by the Army’s sustainment Soldiers and civilians. The cover photo is an aerial view of the heart of Fort Lee, with the new SCoE headquarters building in the foreground. Directly behind it is Mifflin Hall, which was for many years the home of the Quartermaster Center and School. The huge new Ordnance School campus can be seen under construction in the upper left corner. This is the home of Army sustainment; support does indeed start here.

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Featured Articles
A Fort Lee BRAC Overview—Maria Dane
CASCOM’s BRAC Rehearsal of Concept Drill—Colonel John C. Hinkley
Managing the Move Into the New SCoE Headquarters—John R. Weber
BRAC Construction at Fort Lee
—Colonel Edward Gully
 
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