International A-35 Chapter of the Year Awards.
FORT EUSTIS Fort Eustis is a United States Army facility located in Newport News, Virginia.
The post is the home to the Army Transportation Corps, and also home to the U.S. Army Aviation Logistics School. REGIMENTAL CHAPTER
The International A-35 Chapter of the Year Award is presented to the Fort Eustis Regimental Chapter. The Regimental Chapter exemplifies the core values of the National Defense Transportation Association's A-35 program by its continuous efforts to advance the knowledge and science of transportation and distribution among young people and facilitate the sharing of knowledge between government and transportation and logistic lo·gis·tic also lo·gis·ti·cal
1. Of or relating to symbolic logic.
2. Of or relating to logistics.
[Medieval Latin logisticus, of calculation related industries, and by educating A-35 members on the important issues affecting the global transportation/distribution system.
The Regimental Chapter's scholarship fundraising efforts have provided deserving de·serv·ing
Worthy, as of reward, praise, or aid.
de·serving·ly adv. students grants totaling over $5,000 in the last two years alone. This past Christmas, the Regimental Chapter's annual Toys-for-Tots run, which involved A-35 participation, distributed over 6,000 toys and $875 dollars to children in the community most in need. The chapter has aided NDTA NDTA National Defense Transportation Association
NDTA National Dance Teachers Association
NDTA Neuro-Developmental Treatment Association (Laguna Beach, CA)
NDTA North Dakota Telephone Association national headquarters in reaching out to potential military A-35 members through facilitating its membership programs in the US Army's Transportation Officer Basic Course and Fort Eustis' Basic and Advanced Non-Commissioned Officer A non-commissioned officer (sometimes noncommissioned officer), also known as an NCO or Noncom, is an enlisted member of an armed force who has been given authority by a commissioned officer. courses.
Through their ongoing and energetic efforts, the A-35 members of the Regimental Chapter continue to build a strong foundation of cooperation, trust and community service that strengthens the transportation and logistics communities now and for the future.
(over 200 members)
WASHINGTON, DC CHAPTER
By the quality of the program and the efforts of its talented young professionals, Washington DC A-35 members continuously rise to the occasion, and this year has seen an improvement of an already outstanding program. The Washington DC Chapter remains steadfastly committed to the investment in the future leadership of the NDTA through its A-35 Program. The program is grounded in mentoring and developing its young members to actively assume greater responsibilities and roles in the organization, in the community and in the A-35 member's profession.
A-35 members are active and engaged in every aspect of the chapter's day-to-day business and local as well as national NDTA programs. A-35 professionals took the lead in facilitating the chapter's phenomenal LTG LTG
lieutenant general Edward Honor Mentor Protege pro·té·gé
One whose welfare, training, or career is promoted by an influential person.
[French, from past participle of protéger, to protect, from Old French, from Latin Program. They also served diligently dil·i·gent
Marked by persevering, painstaking effort. See Synonyms at busy.
[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin d on the Membership and Reception committee, Awards committee, the A-35 Scholarship Auction committee, and the National Transportation Week Reception committee.
Additionally, numerous A-35 members participated in the chapter's community service program, volunteering several hours each month to bag groceries at the Arlington Food Assistance Center. A-35 members came together to form a first-rate scholarship auction team, which set a new record, raising nearly $22,000 dollars. A new A-35 professional development program began this year, and the chapter's A-35 leaders were also instrumental in planning, organizing and operating the NDTA/A-35 booth at the NDTA Forum and NTW NTW Navy Theater Wide (BMDO)
NTW National Tourism Week
NTW Not to Worry
NTW Norwegian Travel Workshop
NTW National Training Wage
NTW Napoleonic Total War (game)
NTW No Time Wasters Conference and Expo, as well as coordinating the Forum Guest Hospitality Suite. Finally, A-35 members played a significant role in the planning and execution of the National Transportation Week Conference and Exposition held in May in Washington DC.