88N is a job title with the United States Army they are Transportation management coordinators that are primarily responsible for scheduling and selecting the modes of transportation for personnel and equipment. They organize, plan and oversee the movement of those vehicles, personnel and cargo worldwide. 88N Army Transportation Corps.
138th Movement Control Team, 25th Transportation Battalion
384th Movement Control Team, 53rd Transportation Battalion
384th Movement Control Team, 49thTransportation Battalion
571st Movement Control Team, 49th Transportation Battalion
571st Movement Control Team, 14th Transportation Battalion / 4th Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Infantry Division
571st Movement Control Team, 49th Transportation Battalion, 4th Sustainment Brigade
Afghanistan campaign medal W/ Campaign star, Army commendation medal, Army achievement medal (3rd award), Meritorious unit commendation, Army good conduct medal, National defense service medal, Global war on terrorism medal, Korean defense service medal, Iraq campaign medal W/ campaign star, Army service ribbon, Overseas service ribbon (3rd award), & NATO medal.
OIF (Operation Iraqi Freedom) 2009-2010 which was the first combat tour for myself to see. The United States Army Transportation Corp set military history that year by performing the biggest logistical move since World War II. This soldier was there 384th Movement Control Team, 53rd Transportation Battalion, 7th Sustainment Brigade out of Fort Eustis, Virginia attached to the 49th Transportation Battalion, 4th Sustainment Brigade out of Fort Hood, Texas.
OEF (Operation Enduring Freedom) 2011-2012 was the last combat tour this soldier experienced.The unit 152nd Movement control team out of Fort Carson, Colorado called this soldiers unit in for help right when they got in country. FOB Shank (Forward Operation Base) was the destination. Arriving on FOB Shank they trained a few other soldiers and him on ground guiding C17 cargo planes in on the tarmac. There were always C17's coming to FOB Shank. 571st Movement Control Team got very comfortable with the mission. One of the soldiers thought it would be safe to check the airfield an hour in a half before the C17 came landing. Turns out the soldier spotted a VBIED from 800 meters away. The VBIED was a 40FT flatbed with 2 20FT containers on it unlabeled an welded shut. Later found out it was full of HME (Homemade Explosive) Twice the size of the OKC Bombing. That VBIED would have killed 163 American service men an woman..That Soldier was me.
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