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369th Leaders participate in Conference

CAMP ATTERBURY, IN--Col. David Martinez, commander of the New York Army National Guard's 369th Sustainment Brigade, participates in discussion Oct. 25 during First Army's first Total Force Sustainment Readiness Commanders Conference at Camp Atterbury, Ind. Attending the conference were commanders of Army National Guard and Army Reserve sustainment units, along with commanders of their active-duty sustainment unit training partners, and senior leaders from First Army, National Guard Bureau, Army Reserve, U.S. Forces Command and Combined Arms Support Command. Participants worked on building partnerships and discussed how to maximize opportunities to provide the readiness training reserve-component sustainment units want and need.

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