Regimental Engineer Squadron, 3d U.S. Cavalry Regiment Deployed from Fort Hood Enjoying an OSD Supply Drop

KILLEEN, TEXAS & AUSTIN, TEXAS (August 11, 2018) /For immediate release/ —   The Regimental Engineer Squadron, 3d U.S. Cavalry Regiment is deployed from Fort Hood to Iraq. Responsible for tactical communications for the entire regiment throughout Iraq, Kuwait, and Syria these soldiers run shifts to maintain 24 hours operations. Shift work can quickly take a toll, but they have remained diligent and committed to the mission.

2LT Tiffani L. explained, “My Troop works very hard to constantly perfect their craft. During deployments sometimes complacently can take its toll, however, they have done a great job to constantly stay busy and to cross train to maximize their effectiveness. Overall, they do their absolute best and work until the mission is complete and completed right.”

These hardworking men and women deserve a reward. Sending an OSD Supply Drop their way was the least we could do.

These troops are now enjoying games, coffee, and other supplies from generous donors including Starbucks, Rip It Energy, Disgruntled Decks, FanDuel, GAEMS, and other key OSD partners.

OSD’s “Supply Drop” program has impacted hundreds of thousands of active military personnel in scores of locations around the globe. These Soldiers will return home in the Winter as members of OSD’s Texas Region, leading and participating in social, professional and service events within Fort Hood.

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