CES Reservist first at McChord to operate vehicle

Washington state Army National Guardsman Sgt. John Taber a motor sergeant with the 204th Engineers based in Centralia, Wash., gives Senior Master Sgt. Chris Webster, 446th Civil Engineer Squadron, superintendent of the construction equipment shop and vehicle control officer for the 446th CES at McChord Air Force Base, Wash., an overview of the instruments in the cabin of the new Army general purpose cargo truck on Fort Lewis. On Sept. 18, Sergeant Webster was the first person on base to be licensed to drive the new Army general purpose truck; which replaces a variety of Army vehicles of the same class, including the 2 1/2-ton Army truck known as a ?deuce and a half.? Sergeant Webster will be responsible for making sure about half of the 446th CES are trained to operate the new truck. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Patrick Cabellon)

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