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U.S. Army SGT Austin Murphy assigned to the 744th Ordnance Company, 184th Battalion, 52nd Ordnance Brigade adjusts batteries on a Manuel Transport Robotic System (MTRS) during the 2017 Explosive Ordnance Disposal Team of the Year. <br>10 September 2017<br>
 <i>U.S. Army Photo by SPC Dawan Dorsey</i> U.S. Army participants for the Explosive Ordnance Disposal Team of the Year pose for a group photo.<br>
10 September 2017<br>
<i>U.S. Army Photo by Kyara Aguilar</i> U.S. Army SSG Adam Ritter, assigned to the 21st Ordnance Company, 71st Explosive Ordnance Group, evaluates an unexploded ordnance during the 2017 EOD Team of the Year.<br>
11 September 2017<br>
<i>U.S. Army Photo by SPC Dawan Dorsey</i> U.S. Army SGT 1st Class Joshua Tygret assigned to the 744th Ordnance Disposal Company, 52nd Explosive Ordnance Group places exposives behind a land mine for ordnance disposal.<br>
11 September 2017<br>
<i>U.S. Army Photo by SGT Nelson Rodriguez</i> U.S. Army SGT 1st Class Joshua Tygret assigned to the 744th Ordnance Group, 52nd Explosive Ornance Group, breaks a vehicle window.<br> 11 September 2017<br>
<i>U.S. Army Photo by SGT Nelson Rodriguez</i> A C4 explosive charge detonated on a vehicle.<br> 12 September 2017<br>
<i>U.S. Army Photo by Dawan Dorsey</i> U.S. Army SSG Adam Ritter assigned to the 21st Ordnance Company, 71st Explosive Ordnance Group collects evidence after an explosion of a vehicle improvised explosive device.<br>
12 September 2017<br>
<i>U.S. Army Photo by SPC Dawan Dorsey</i> U.S. Army SSG Adam Ritter assigned to the 21st Ordnance Company, 71st Explosive Ordnance Group collects evidence after an explosion of a vehicle improvised explosive device.<br>
12 September 2017<br>
<i>U.S. Army Photo by SPC Dawan Dorsey</i> U.S. Army SGT 1st Class Joshua Tygret assigned to the 744th Ordnance Disposal Company, 52nd Explosive Ordnance Group inspects a round stuck in the chamber of a M198 howitzer.<br>
12 September 2017<br>
<i>U.S. Army Photo by SGT Nelson Rodriguez</i>

The U.S. Army Ordnance Corps and School is a Sustainment branch of the U.S. Army, headquartered at Fort Lee, Virginia. The broad mission of the Ordnance Corps is to supply Army combat units with weapons and ammunition, including at times their procurement and maintenance. The Ordnance School trains soldiers, civilians and members of other services and nations in Ordnance skills and functions. The Ordnance Corps and School supports the development, production, acquisition, and sustainment of weapon systems, ammunition, missiles, electronics, and ground mobility material during peace and war to provide combat power to the U.S. Army.

Mission

Train, educate, and develop adaptive Ordnance professionals and synchronize DOTMLPF solutions across the institutional, operational, and self-development domains in order to build and preserve Army readiness.

Vision

The premier proponent that develops Ordnance professionals, doctrine, and capabilities for the Total Force.

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