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Maj. General Stephen R. Lyons, CASCOM Commander, presents Brig. General Jack Haley with the Legion of Merit award recognizing his outstanding service as the 38th Chief of Ordnance and Commandant of the US Army Ordnance School. Regimental Command Sgt. Major E. Morris and Mrs. Haley look on. The Legion of Merit citation. Maj. General Lyons awards Brig. General Haley the Combined Army Support Command Gen. Brehon B. Somervell Medal of Excellence award recognizing his significant contributions and demonstrated excellence in the area of multifunctional logistics support. The Gen. Brehon B. Somervell Medal of Excellence award citation. Maj. General Lyons presents Mrs. Haley with the Combined Arms Support Command Certificate of Appreciation for exceptional support during her husband's tenure as the Commandant, US Army Ordnance School. Brig. General Ainsworth, CASCOM Deputry Commanding General USAR, presents Brig. General Haley with a token of appreciation. Col. Mark Migaleddi, Ordnance School Chief of Staff and Assistant Commandant, presents Brig. General Haley with a parting gift on behalf of the staff - the Ordnance flag that flew over General Haley's quarters on Fort Lee. Brig. General Haley gives his remarks at the close of the awards ceremony. Mrs. Haley is presented a bouquet of red roses at the beginning of the relinquishment of command ceremony. Brig. General Haley passes the Ordnance Regimental Colors to Maj. General Lyons. The passing of the colors symbolizes the relinquishment of command. At a later date, the colors will be passed to incoming Brig. General Kurt Ryan. Upon assumption of command, Ryan will become the 39th Chief of Ordnance. Maj. General Lyons delivers his remarks. 'The Ordnance Corps is long renowned for excellence in maintenance, ammunition, explosives safety and explosive ordnance disposal (EOD). The last two years under Brig. General Haley's leadership is demonstrated a continuation of that excellence - shaping the future of Ordnance as it relates to our National security needs.' said Maj General Lyons. Brig. General Jack Haley shakes hands with Maj. General Lyons before taking the podium to deliver his parting remarks. Brig. General Haley delivers parting remarks. 'It seems like just yesterday that I rode the half-track around Whittington Field. As the newly minted 38th Chief of Ordnance, I was both humbled and excited about the challenge before me. We have covered a lot of ground together since then. I can tell you, that I have thoroughly enjoyed standing shoulder to shoulder with you SUPERSTARS for the last 24 months! YOU are the hard working and dedicated individuals that ‘make it all happen,' said General Haley.

 Although General Haley relinquished command as the Ordnance School Commandant, he will forever and always remain the 38th Chief of Ordnance!

Welcome to the United States Army Home of Ordnance, Fort Lee, VA

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.

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Trains Ordnance Soldiers and leaders in technical skills, values, common tasks, and the Warrior Ethos.
Supports development of capabilities across Doctrine, 
Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership, Personnel, and Facilities DOTMLPF) supporting our core competencies and the Army's mission. Supports the
Army's enlisted and officer 
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