United States Transportation Command

The United States Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) is one of eleven unified combatant commands of the United States Department of Defense. The command is located at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, and was established in 1987.

United States Transportation Command
Emblem of United States Transportation Command
Active1987–present
Country United States of America
TypeFunctional Combatant Command
RoleProvides air, land, and sea transportation for the Department of Defense in times of peace and war. It moves people and property around the world.[1]
Part of Department of Defense
HeadquartersScott Air Force Base, Illinois, U.S.
Motto(s)Together, We Deliver.
ColorsPurple
Websiteustranscom.mil
Commanders
Commander Gen Jacqueline D. Van Ovost, USAF
Deputy Commander LTG John P. Sullivan, USA
Senior Enlisted LeaderFLTCM Donald O. Myrick, USN

The USTRANSCOM commander is Air Force General Jacqueline Van Ovost.[2]


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