TLSC-E recognizes 1st Bn., 405th AFSB personnel

by Jennifer L. King
405th Army Field Support Brigade Public Affairs

The Theater Logistics Support Center-Europe recognized several members of the 1st Battalion, 405th Army Field Support Brigade during an awards ceremony at TLSC-E headquarters Sept. 9.

“We wanted to personally thank them for their support during the transition of the property accountability process in the Left Behind Equipment program,” said John Galmore, the director of Supply Activity Europe.

Recognized during the ceremony were John Barbeau, program manager LBE quality assurance; Pamela Ewing, U.S. Army Sustainment Command property book officer; Joi McIntosh, PM LBE manager; and George Arechiga, PM LBE reports. TLSC-E also recognized Honeywell contractors Rosemary Goodson, Darise Parks, Mark Matthews, Laura Litgen, Corinna Anschau, Otis Clive Homer and Joseph Andrews during the ceremony.

“I’m delighted by TLSC-E’s recognition of my staff,” said Lt. Col. Joe Gann, commander of 1st Bn., 405th AFSB. “To me, this speaks volumes about their expertise and professionalism, and I am extraordinarily proud of everything they have done in support of the LBE program.”

During the ceremony, the 405th AFSB also recognized several TLSC-E employees for their outstanding support of the LBE program. Natasha Papile, Ingrid Duty and Louis Harashinski were all given awards by Col. Ronald Green, commander of the 405th AFSB.

“The LBE program in Europe is essential to mission readiness in the theater, and it is also an extremely challenging program to execute,” Colonel Green said. “The mutual respect between our brigade and TLSC-E is one of the primary reasons that the program is so successful. We are indeed partners in this venture, and the
Soldiers throughout Europe benefit from our strong working relationship.”