Troops Safeguard Military Supplies
“As I reflect back on this deployment, I am truly amazed by how much this battalion has accomplished,” said Bayonet commander Lt. Col. Dave Acker. “The soldiers of Task Force Bayonet have demonstrated their dedication to the mission and ability to remain flexible in the most trying situations.”
The Army engineers tracked the battle across three regional commands comprised of more than 58,000 square miles, ensuring more than 1,200 nonrolling stock items were returned to the military inventory.
They also turned in 21 vehicles and more than 80,000 rounds of ammunition from their company alone.