Synchronize, integrate and deliver U.S. Army Materiel Command capabilities and strategic enablers in order to build and project Army combat power in direct support to the 4th Infantry Division, U.S. Army Garrison Fort Carson and all other units in our area of responsibility at the tactical and operational points of need.
A mission-focused organization that leverages and delivers strategic-level enterprise capabilities to our supported commands.
Lt. Col. Angel R. Ortiz, Battalion Commander
Lt. Col. Angel R. Ortiz graduated high school from the Carolina Baptist School in 1988 and enlisted in the Army as a subsistence supply specialist (76X). During his first assignment to the 75th General Supply Company in Schwaebish Hall, Germany, from 1988-1991, Ortiz deployed to Saudi Arabia in support of Operations Desert Shield/Storm.
He separated from the Army in December 1991 and returned to Puerto Rico where he began his undergraduate studies at the Universidad Metropolitana until June 1997, graduating with a bachelor’s in finance and economics. He rejoined the Army in August 1997, with duty with the 1st Battalion, 72nd Armor Regiment, 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, in Korea and the 498th Medical Company at Fort Benning, Georgia.
Upon receiving his commission in June 2001 from the Officer Candidate School, he was stationed at Fort Hood, Texas, from 2001-2009 where he performed duties as platoon leader, maintenance control officer, brigade maintenance officer with the 204th Forward Support Battalion, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, and battalion operations officer and company commander with the 589th Brigade Support Battalion, 41stbFires Brigade. After being promoted to major, Ortiz was assigned as the Department of Defense liaison for Emergency Management in FEMA Region II. Upon completion of the Command and General Staff Officer Course, he was assigned to the Group Support Battalion, 1st Special Forces Group, where he served as the battalion executive officer; U.S. Army South, where he served as the chief of logistics for the Permanent Executive Secretariat for the Conference of American Armies; and U.S. Army Cadet Command, where he served as the professor of Military Science for the University of Puerto Rico - Mayaguez.
Ortiz has completed four combat tours: Operation Desert Shield/Storm in 1991, and Operation Iraqi Freedom I, 05-06 and 08-09.
His awards and decorations include the Bronze Star with one oak leaf cluster, Meritorious Service Medal with four oak leaf clusters, Army Commendation Medal with two oak leaf clusters, Army Achievement Medal with two oak leaf clusters, Army Good Conduct medal (second award), National Defense Service medal, Southwest Asia Service Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Korea Defense Service Medal, Kuwait Liberation Medal (Saudi Arabia), Kuwait Liberation medal (Kuwait) and the Parachutist Badge.
Sgt. Maj. Anthony C. Gomez, Senior Enlisted Adviser
Sgt. Maj. Anthony C. Gomez assumed the duties as the senior enlisted adviser of Army Field Support Battalion-Carson, 407th Army Field Support Brigade, in August 2021. He is a native of Lemoore, California, and enlisted into the United States Army in August 2000 as an automated logistical specialist. He completed basic training at Fort Knox, Kentucky, and advanced individual training at Fort Lee, Virginia.
Gomez’s previous positions and assignments include materiel management NCO, 4th Corps Materiel Management Center, 13th Expeditionary Sustainment Command, Fort Hood, Texas; detailed recruiter, Los Angeles Recruiting Battalion; equipment records and parts sergeant, 502nd Military Intelligence Battalion, 201st Expeditionary Military Intelligence Brigade, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington; materiel control and accounting supervisor, 501st Brigade Support Battalion, 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored Division, Fort Bliss, Texas; operations NCO and detachment sergeant, 16th Special Troops Battalion, 16th Sustainment Brigade, Warner Barracks, Germany; senior logistics trainer/adviser, Regional Support Command-South, NATO Training Mission-Afghanistan; senior human resources NCO, 157th Infantry Brigade, Camp Atterbury, Indiana; first sergeant and logistics operations observer controller/trainer, 1st Battalion, 290th Regiment, 157th Infantry Brigade, Camp Atterbury; first sergeant, Juliet Forward Support Company, 1st Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, Fort Carson, Colorado; operations sergeant, 64th Brigade Support Battalion, 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, Fort Carson; and distributed learning support chief, Directorate of Curriculum Development, NCO Leadership Center of Excellence, Fort Bliss. Gomez has deployed three times in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, and once in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Atlantic Resolve and Operation Spartan Shield.
Gomez’s military training and education includes the Basic Leader Course, Advance Leader Course (commandant’s list), Senior Leader Course (distinguished honor graduate), Senior Enlisted Joint Professional Military Education and the Sergeants Major Course – Class 70 (commandant’s list). He has also completed the Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention (SHARP) Certification Course, Battle Staff NCO Course, Operational Contracting Support Course, Training and Education Middle Manager’s Course, Common Faculty Development – Developer and Instructor Courses, Total Army Instructor Training Course, Small Group Instructor Training Course and the Observer/Coach Trainer Academy.
He has an associate’s in distribution operations management from Coastline College, a bachelor’s in applied management from Franklin University, a master’s in administration and organization development from the University of the Incarnate Word, and an education specialist degree from Liberty University. He has also earned a demonstrated master logistician credential and has a standard adult education teaching license.
Gomez’s awards include the Bronze Star Medal (with oak leaf cluster), Meritorious Service Medal (with oak leaf cluster), Army Commendation Medal (six oak leaf clusters), Army Achievement Medal (with four oak leaf clusters), Joint Meritorious Unit Award, Meritorious Unit Citation (with two oak leaf clusters), Army Good Conduct Medal (6th award), National Defense Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal, Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon (Numeral 5), Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon (Numeral 4), North Atlantic Treaty Organization Medal, Army Gold Recruiter Badge, Combat Action Badge, Driver’s Badge and the German Schutzenschnur Badge (Gold). He is a recipient of the Honorable Order of St. Martin.
Gomez is married and together they have two daughters.
Although AFSBn-Carson was established as a permanent battalion in accordance with Permanent Order 198-01 on Oct. 4, 2009, its predecessors and history can be traced back to the 1940s, when the Army hired technical experts termed “civilian master mechanics” through the Army’s Technical Services with the purpose of conducting hardware and equipment repairs. In the 1950s, the role of the civilian master mechanics expanded to include teaching, advising and supply assistance. With this expanded requirement, they were also renamed as mechanical or equipment advisers.
With the activation of U.S. Army Materiel Command (AMC) in 1962, the advisers were aligned under the Technical Service Program and organized under Customer Assistance Offices (CAO) headed by colonels located at worldwide locations in most areas of strategic interest. In the 1970s, the roles and missions of the CAO expanded to include supply support, management of modification work orders and select item management. With this expansion, they were also redesignated as Logistics Assistance Offices (LAO).
The Army began aligning LAOs with maneuver divisions in the 1980s to support projected tactical requirements in a large-scale ground campaign with the primary role of providing divisional units reach back capability to the Army’s large industrial complex. The term LAO was used to indicate Logistical Assistance Representatives (LARs) working in a garrison environment while the term Logistics Support Element (LSE) was adopted to denote an LAO deployed with LARS and AMC civilian contractors operating on the battlefield. This structure would remain virtually unchanged over the next decade of providing support to the warfighter.
Following Operation Desert Storm in 1991, the Department of the Army consolidated all Army war reserve stocks, including former theater reserves, into five regional materiel stockpiles; continental United States, Europe, Pacific, Southwest Asia and Afloat.
A new subordinate organization, the Army War Reserve Support Command (later redesignated the Army Field Support Command), was created in October 1996 to command and control all Army Prepositioned Stocks (APS) sets worldwide. The Department of the Army established the Army War Reserve Support Command (AWRSPTCMD) to serve as the Army's centralized executing agent for all APS. The command officially stood up Nov. 25, 1996. The AWRSPTCMD began organizing and implementing the Army prepositioned stocks mission through its worldwide field organizational network and transitioned to the U.S. Army Field Support Command (FSC) on March 31, 2000. The FSC, with headquarters located at Rock Island, Illinois, was a one-star command that reported to the commander, Operations Support Command. Within FSC, there were six subordinate organizations — AMC-CONUS, AMC Forward-Europe, AMC Forward-Far East and AMC Forward-Southwest Asia plus AMC Combat Equipment Group-Europe (AMC CEG-E) and AMC Combat Equipment Group-Afloat (AMC CEG-A), each headed by a command-designated colonel, who reported directly to the commander, Field Support Command.
During Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom, FSC continued to mature into its role as the logistics integrator for all theaters. The growth was most obvious in Southwest Asia as the brigades headquartered at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, and Balad, Iraq, steadily continued to expand in mission, size and execution. On Oct. 1, 2004, four AMC forward units were redesignated as Army Field Support Brigades (AFSB); this included AFSB-SWA, now 401st AFSB, Iraq (now 402nd AFSB in Kuwait), Europe (now 405th AFSB), and Far East (now 403rd AFSB). In addition, in March 2005, AFSBs CONUS East and CONUS West were formed out of the former AMC-CONUS to provide support to forces stationed in within the U.S. CONUS East (now 406th AFSB) established operations at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, while CONUS West (now 407th AFSB) set up at Fort Hood, Texas.
With the expanding role for FSC, AMC consolidated command and control by assigning the LAOs in CONUS to the AFSB in their respective areas of operation. At the same time, FSC units supporting the development and deployment of Stryker units from Fort Lewis, Washignton, transformed into AFSB Stryker, later redesignated AFSB Pacific (now 404th AFSB). Official names changes caught up with rapid transformation in August 2005. By the end of fiscal 2005 AFSC had seven AFSBs providing support to forces in the field. Only AFSB CONUS East and West were completely new — the other five brigades were simply transformations from the AMC Forward or LSE configuration.
One of the most significant challenges facing FSC was the maintenance and accountability of Left Behind Equipment (LBE) and force generation requirements to meet demands of the theater combatant commander. To leverage existing CONUS based structures and synchronize other AMC entities in support of the growing LBE and force generation missions, AMC redesignated the LAOs as provisional battalions. On June 7, 2006, the colors of the newly designated battalions were uncased as were the official colors of the redesignated 407th AFSB (formerly AFSB CONUS-West). As the first provisional Army Field Support Battalion activated, the LAO at Fort Carson received the designation 1/407th AFSB and picked up the tag line “Always First.”
On Oct. 1, 2006, the U.S. Army Sustainment Command (ASC) activated and the U.S. Army Field Support Command was inactivated. More than a name change; the unit transformed and gained missions to become the CONUS Theater Support Command while also maintaining the seven globally deployed and CONUS-based Army Field Support Brigades.
On 1 June 2008, 1/407th AFSB was redesignated as AFSBn-Carson (Provisional). The provisional designation was changed on 4 October 2009 with the establishment of the AFSBns as permanent in accordance with permanent order 198-01. AFSBns operated as command and control elements for Brigade Logistic Support Teams (BLST) under the Logistics Assistance Program (LAP) until April of 2018.
On May 1, 2018, AFSBn-Carson assumed mission command of the Fort Carson Logistics Readiness Center (LRC). The merger of both organizations ensured one AMC/ASC provider of logistics support for the 4th Infantry Division and Fort Carson. The merger coincided with AMC/ASC directed LAP reform. As AFSBn-Carson and the Fort Carson LRC transitioned into one organization, the new organization was charged with divesting former BLST capabilities and reshaping these capabilities to form the Division Logistics Support Element (DLSE). This change in organizational structure provided the framework to continue to manage readiness at the operational level, while ensuring the installations logistical mission was firmly grounded under the battalions command.
On Oct. 1, 2019, AFSBn-Carson received operational control of AMC Lifecycle Management Command (LCMC) Lead Senior Technical Representatives (L-STRs) and Logistical Assistance Representatives located on Fort Carson. Communication-Electronic Command (CECOM), Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM), Aviation and Missle Command (AMCOM), and Joint Munition Command (JMC) work under the direction of the AFSBn-Carson commander to ensure the readiness of the 4th Infantry Division and Fort Carson tenant units. This relationship solidifies AFSBn-Carson’as designation as ”The Face to the Field.”
Supply & Services Division
The Supply and Services Division chief is located in building 1201, room 117, and can be contacted at 719-526-9086.
The Supply and Services Division is responsible for the receipt, storage, accountability, issue and eventual disposal of classes of supply in Storage (Class I, II, III(B), III(P), IV, V, VII and IX).
The Supply and Services Division operates the AHA, ARY, ASP, CIF, CIPBO, HMCC, ISSA, Post Arms Room, the post laundry, the RRF on BAAF, 2 Retail CL III sites, CL III(B) sites at FCCO and PCMS, SSMO, the installation cannibalization point, local purchase approval and WAWF acceptance, and all other stock control functions, including accountability of end items transferred to CP and DLA-DS (formally DRMO) withdrawals. Supply and Services Division personnel serve as the Installation Accountable Officer, Installation Property Book Officers, and Installation Appointing Authority for FLIPLs. Supply and Services Division is divided into three Branches, Ammunition Quality Assurance, Supply and Food Program Management.
The Supply Branch chief is located in building 1201, room 116, and can be contacted at 719- 524-1346.
The Supply Branch includes:
Supply Support Activity (SSA)
The SSA is located in building 330 and can be contacted at 719-526-6266. Installation Accountable Officer manages RICs BXN, and WTU from building 330 and can be contacted at 719-526-9094.
The SSA is responsible for all administrative transactions pertaining to the receipt, inventory, maintenance, issue and disposition of materiel and is responsible for overall authority, and procurement authorizations, stock status, initiates actions to maintain stock balances assuring financial data, inventory management, statistical supply data, and narrative analysis present a clear, concise picture of overall position of material categories reported to higher command echelons. The SSA operates as the Class II, III (P), IV, and IX source of supply in support of the AFSBn-Carson, FCCO, and a seven state region. The Global Combat Support System – Army (GCSS-A) is the primary automated system used to conduct operations.
SSA Inspection and Classification Section
The Inspection and Classification section is in building 330 and can be contacted at 719-536-4573.
The Inspection and Classification mission is receiving, documenting, verifying, identifying, cross-referencing, classifying, sorting, temporarily storing and making disposition of all retrograde and found-on-installation (FOI) material. In addition to processing supply classes II, III IV, VII and IX, this section has capability and capacity to maintain, temporarily store and process hazardous material, waste, sensitive property and low-level radioactive material. Maintenance includes determination and application of proper packaging, safeguarding, protection and preservation of government property for turn-in.
Ammunition Supply Point (ASP)
The Ammunition Supply Office is located in building 9370 and can be contacted at 719-526-8621. The Ammunition Supply Point (ASP) stores and issues all class V in support of unit training, pre-mobilization training, mobilization training, and deployment.
- Ammunition Supply Point, building 9370, 719-526-4381/8620
- Ammunition Holding Area, building 9740, 719-526-2231
- Ammunition Inspection Point, building 9740, 719-524-2022
- Ammunition Residue Yard, building 9733, 719-524-0333
Quality Assurance Specialist/Ammunition Surveillance (QASAS)
The QASAS is located in building 9418 and can be contacted at 719-524-2948 or 719-526-1795.
The mission of QASAS is to provide SAFE munitions and operations support to the units that train on Fort Carson and assure complete, correct and efficient malfunction and incident investigations of all ammunition items utilized at the major training areas.
Vehicle Storage Facility
The Vehicle Storage Facility is in building 8012, 719-526-8252, and is open daily from 7:30-11:30 a.m. and 12:30-3:30 p.m.; lunch from noon to 12:30 p.m.
The Vehicle Storage Facility is an area the Supply Division uses for the transition of equipment coming onto or leaving the Installation. RTCH Support to the Installation is requested and must be coordinated through 4th SB SPO and approved by the AFSBn-Carson COR, 526-5425. This area also houses the Cannibalization Point (CANN Point).
Installation Food Program Management Office (FPMO)
Installation Food Service is located in building 8000, room 255, and can be contacted at 719- 524-1133, 719-526-2558 or 719-526-5897.
The FPMO provides oversight and evaluation of the dining facilities service on the installation, including management of the Phillip A. Connelly Award program, the training of senior food service personnel and field training assistance. FPMO administers the Food Account budgets, the DFA contract, meal card management, cash books, conducts menu board meetings and budgets for replacement dining facility equipment.
Subsistence Supply Management Office (SSMO)
The SSMO is in building 350, 719-526-9198 or 719-526-5195, and is open from 7-11 a.m. and 12:30-3 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday; lunch from noon to 12:30 p.m.
The mission of the SSMO is and administrative and field ration operation of the Army Field Feeding System (AFFS). Support is provided to active Army Garrison dining facilities, RC units, and Sister Services during training events conducted on FCCO or a PCMS, Piñon Canyon Class I Section and downrange training using the Army Food Management Information System.
Fuel Management Office
The Fuel Management Office is located in the building 1201, room 114, and can be contacted at 719-526-4640.
The Fuel Management Office oversees contractor owned and operated bulk facility, rapid refuel, and retail fuel facilities. Fuel forecasts for training downrange or at PCMS is coordinated with the fuel manager. The Retail Facility is located at 5409 Specker St., building 640, on the southeast corner of Specker Avenue and Barger Street, and is a 24/7 operation.
Bulk facility is located at 9650 Butts Road, building 9650, on the west side of the road across from the BAAF. Hours of operation are 8 a.m. to midnight, Monday through Friday.
Fuel orders for AGT are coordinated through Contract Fuel Manager at 719-526-9095, located in building 330.
The Rapid Refuel facility is located across the street from the bulk facility on Butts Road. This facility is contractor owned/maintained, and operated by military personnel on an “as required” schedule. The Fuel Management office is the approving office for VIL key issue for fuel dispensing at the bulk and retail facilities. The Rapid Refuel facility requires and uses AIR cards for fuel dispensing.
Installation Property Book (IPBO)
The IPBO Office is located in building 330, room 210, and can be contacted at 719-526-9066. For questions/concerns please contact your unit/activity hand receipt manager. Government property book officer can be reached at 719-526-5984, also located in building 330, but on the main floor. The 980K Property Officer is located in building 8000, first floor, door 36, and can be contacted at 719-526-5481.
The Installation Property Book Office (IPBO) provides property accountability to installation level formations to include procedural guidance for garrison, mobilization and deployment of Active and Reserve Component units. It is primarily intended for individuals designated as primary hand receipt holders of the Installation Property Book, but contains information of importance to managers and supervisors at all levels.
The IPBO scope includes property for the Furnishings Management Office (FMO), Reserve Component Support (RCS), 4th Region Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) and AR 5-9 area of support. IPBO operations include expendable, non-expendable, and durable property on hand and processing all transactions that affect property book records using the Global Combat Support System – Army (GCSS-A), the primary automated system used to conduct operations.
The Hazardous Material Control Center (HMCC)
The HMCC Administration is located in building 9246 and can be contacted at 719-526-5349. The HMCC Warehouse is in building 9248 and can be contacted at 719-526-2979.
Fort Carson Environmental Protection and Enhancement policy mandates that all requests for Class III hazardous materials (HM) are submitted to/through the HMCC Supply Support Activity (SSA). The HMCC provides a single point of control for the requisition, shipment, receipt, temporary storage, issue, mandatory environmental tracking, and reporting of hazardous materials requested and used on Fort Carson. Coordinate 30 days prior with HMCC for your pull package.
Central Issue Facility (CIF)
CIF is located in building 1525 and can be contacted at 719-526-3321. The front desk appointments phone number is 719-524-0917/0913. Government Property Book Officer (PBO) is located in building 1525 and can be contacted at 719-524-1888.
The CIF requisitions, distributes, inventories, receives, stores, recovery and disposal of Organizational Clothing and Individual Equipment (OCIE) for Fort Carson and the AR 5-9 area of responsibility. CIF major operations include administration, property book management, and storage. Technical documentation associated with CIF processes can be reviewed at the CIF Technical Library. Appointments are required for turn-ins and can be made 90 days prior to PCS/ETS date or sooner if approved by Company Commander.
Bulk issue and/or turn-ins will be coordinated with the CIF manager at 719-526-6477.
Deployment plates should be coordinated with the PBO or CIF Manager at least 90 days prior to departure date. Quantities and size is needed prior to contacting CIF.
E-Orders needed for deployment should be submitted at least 90 days prior to departure date. All Soldiers in needed of an E-Order will need to provide a copy of deployment order.
The Post Laundry Facility is located in building 1525 (southeast side) and can be contacted at 719-526-8804/8806/8803. Post Laundry is open Monday-Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. (closed for lunch noon to 12:30 p.m.). Turn-in is available from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and pick-up is available from 7:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. Transactions must be completed by 4 p.m. Turnaround time is 72 hours from the time an item is turned in. The following items are accepted (at the discretion of clerk):
- Food handlers coat/trousers
- Cook aprons
- Sleeping bags
The Installation Maintenance Division (IMD) is in building 1201, room 135, and can be reached at 719-526-2674. The IMD is the single entry point to access Commodity-oriented Field, Sustainment and BASOPS level maintenance support to U.S. Army Garrison, tactical organizations and AR 5-9 MTOE/TDA organizations that exceeds the organizational and sustainment units’ capability and or capacity IAW HQDA Guidance, current Army maintenance pass-back policy, AR 5-9, and AR 750-1.
The Installation Maintenance Division has overall responsibility for IMD personnel and contracted operations to ensure the contract and supporting surveillance plans are executed to the levels of expected performance with consideration to cost, and mission risk. IMD operations include designated requirements owner for the IMD (overall responsible for the inputs and outputs of the IMD); providing short (operational) and long term (strategic) planning and forecasting, contract oversight and administration plan, provide final input to contract documents (PSW, PRS, QASP) and determines risk assessments, approves all changes in work load priorities, monitor performance trends and formulates courses of actions (COAs) to sustain or improve contract performance, pursues government resources when low performance is resulting from insufficient government provided equipment and property (material, tools, facilities, etc.,). The IMD is responsible for disseminating clear guidance to the division and contractor in terms of policy, mission requirements, and changes in priorities, and ensures accurate and complete Independent Government Cost Estimates (IGCE) for all external and base contract workloads based on relevant Technical Exhibits (workload requirements). The IMD is comprised of three functional operational branches.
Maintenance Operations Branch
The Maintenance Operations Branch is located in building 1201, room 126, and can be reached at 719-524-5065. The Maintenance Operations Branch’s mission is the internal administrative component of the IMD assigned Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) Government In Nature (GIN) responsibilities, and Installation Materiel Management Officer (IMMO) functions as outlined in AR 750-1 and Army Sustainment Command (ASC) Supplement to AR 750-1. Maintenance Operations include establishing plans, policies and procedures; coordinating support maintenance operations with installation and directorate level staff sections, Government Furnished Property (GFP) and Government Furnish Equipment (GFE) capabilities assessment; procurement planning and execution; supply and materiel management; small contract purchases; Government Purchase Card (GPC); and Unfinanced Requirements (UFR) management. IMMO functions include (Warranty/MWO Coordinator, Product Quality Deficiency Reporting (PQDR), Safety Of Use Messaging (SOUM), Ground Precautionary Messaging (GPM), and Global Combat Support System – Army (GCSS-A) system administration and management. GCSS-A corresponds materiel maintenance specific information from several other maintenance programs and is used as an interface and visual tool to monitor Units and Contractor maintenance for executing program management.
Material Management Branch (F/SLM and BASOPS)
The Material Management Branch is located in building 1201, room 126, and can be reached at 719-524-1794 for BASOPS support, and building 8000, first floor, and phone is 526-3886 for F/SLM.
The Material Management Branch is the executing agent of all Commodity-oriented Field, Sustainment and BASOPS level maintenance support to US Army Garrison, tactical organizations and AR 5-9 MTOE/TDA organizations that exceeds the organizational and sustainment units’ capability and or capacity IAW HQDA Guidance in current Army maintenance pass-back policy, AR 5-9, AR 750-1, and ASC Supplement to AR 750-1.
The Material Management Branch maintains direct oversight of the contracted maintenance program by interacting with the Contract Service Provider (CSP) in relation to work loading, monitoring time lines and accuracy of CSP decisions, and providing information pertaining to production performance and conditions and adherence to Quality Assurance and Control principles. Material Maintenance Branch operations include reviewing workload requirements and densities and compiling Government estimated workloads and formulation of Independent Government Cost Estimates (IGCE) for all materiel maintenance requirements, establishing shop rates, development and monitoring of internal maintenance policies, providing mission priorities, future work load requirements, and technical direction through the COR and QA/QC staff to the CSP, compiling and analyzing statistical data and records on production performance. Material maintenance is the direct interface to the 4ID G4, Brigade level materiel maintenance managers, and other materiel management agencies for capability, capacity assessments and work load determination.
Quality Management Branch
The Quality Management Branch is located in building 1201, room 126, and can be reached at 719-526-1956 for Quality Assurance support, and building 8000, first floor, 719-524-1019, for Quality Control support. Quality Management provides Contract Administration, Quality Assurance of Contract Service and Quality Control for Government Acceptance Inspections of materiel received from the Contract Service Provider for Commodity-oriented Field, Sustainment and BASOPS level maintenance support.
Quality Management encompasses the Quality Assurance and Surveillance, Quality Control and Maintenance Division Business Management System (BMS). The Sections primary function to ensure the CSP is performing and executing materiel maintenance in accordance with the contract (PWS, PRS, and QASP). Quality Management operations are conduct and execute quality surveillance in accordance with approved quality assurance surveillance plan (QASP), establish and sustain a “Government Acceptance” program, compile and analyze statistical data and records and initiation of performance reports, maintain Maintenance Division Business Management System “SOPs,” develop and improve quality assurance and control techniques, criteria, and procedures, manage the MD Management Control and Quality program, provides Monthly Quality Assurance and Control surveillance results to the COR via the TAs.
Installation Transportation Division
The ITD is located in building 405, and can contacted at 719-526-1143. The Installation Transportation Division is responsible for all transportation functions relating to deployments or redeployments, passenger movements, group moves (10 or more moving under government orders) and operates the installation rail service and installation shuttle service. The division has a Movements Branch and Transportation Motor Pool, Transportation Department and Commercial Travel Office.
The Movements Branch is located in building 407 and can be contacted at 719-526-1159.
The Movements Branch is the focal point for unit deployments or freight transport and containers. The Rail Operations Section operates and maintains railhead, locomotive, yard-master services and provides switching services in building 238; phone numbers are 719-524-3743, 719-526-1157/1158/1400. Container Control Officers, 719-526-6137, and other supporting section personnel maintain accountability for containers located in the Installation Container Yards, including Transportation Support, MCC 719-526-3778; RTCH Support, 719-526-8252; and Container Repair, 719-526-3548. It is also responsible for individual or group moves. Unit Movement Coordinator has primary responsibility for the preparation, maintenance and execution of movement/mobilization/load plans for all units at Fort Carson, the AR 5-9 area (approximately 256 units) and all Reserve components that deploy from Fort Carson. The branch advises and assists unit commanders in preparing unit movement mobilization and deployment plans and developing and reporting Unit Movement Data.
The Unit/Troop Movement Section assists units in the preparation, maintenance and execution of movement plans, unit movement data and related documentation. This section also assists unit movement officers in obtaining COMPASS/OEL/UDL movement planning aids and other required necessary technical references and serves as the installation POC with FORSCOM office concerning unit movement data reporting by supported units. The section also reviews OEL/UDL reports received from units for completeness, accuracy, arranges and coordinates with highway authorities for all convoys and oversize, overweight, special hauling permits for movement of military vehicles. The section is responsible for the accountability, reporting, utilization and inventory/inspection of all QUADCONS/MILVANS and 463L pallets.
Passenger Movement Branch
The Passenger Movement Branch is located at building 1525 and can be contacted at 719-526-1173.
This branch arranges, coordinates and documents the transportation and travel for individuals, family members, small groups (not over 10 people) and personal baggage. The branch coordinates with group OIC/NCOIC providing technical assistance and guidance in the area of passenger movements and travel.
Group Movement Branch
The Group Movement Branch is located at building 1525 and can be contacted at 719-526-1173.
The Group Movement Branch arranges and coordinates passenger movement of groups of 10 or more personnel. Utilizing commercial airlines, charter aircraft and charter motor coach services.
The Arrival/Departure Airfield Control Group (A/DACG) Branch is located at 7330 Embraer-Heights, Colorado Springs and can be contacted at 719-526-1162.
The A/DACG Section is responsible for Joint Inspection (JI) of all air cargo. Ground handling of passenger chartered aircraft for units arriving at, or departing from Fort Carson.
Transportation Motor Pool
The Transportation Motor Pool is located at building 749 and can be contacted at 719-526-5579.
The Transportation Motor Pool is responsible for permanent assignment of Non-Tactical Vehicle (GSA) assigned to Fort Carson. Transports personnel and baggage during deployment/redeployment flight operations.
The Transportation Department is in building 330 and can be contacted at 719-526-8722.
The Transportation Department operations include terminal operations, movement of freight and equipment by military and commercial carriers into, out of, and within Fort Carson’s AR 5-9 and Power Projection Platform (PPP) areas of responsibility. The Transportation Department performs a wide variety of transportation operations involving several sections including Blocking, Bracing, Packing, Crating and Tie Down (BBPC&T), located at building 520, phone 719-526-3455; Inbound and Outbound Freight located at building 330, rooms 205 and 207, phone 719-526-1158/526-2663/524-0705/526-6958; Small Packaging located in building 330, phone 719-526-4211; Hub and Spoke, located at building 330, phone 719-526-1400; and the Central Receiving Point, building 330, phone 719-526-1654.