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For over half of his 30-year career, 2015 Hall of Fame Inductee, Major General Christian Patte, served in positions of logistics leadership in Europe and the Middle East during the Cold War. Upon retirement from Active Duty in 1989, he continued to serve until 1996 as Director of Logistics for NATO HQ in Brussels, Belgium. 
2015 Hall of Fame Inductee, Colonel Kevin Lutz, culminated a 25 year career dedicated to Explosive Ordnance Disposal by serving as the 63rd Ordnance Battalion (EOD) commander during Operation Enduring Freedom in 2002, and twice as the commander of the 52nd Ordnance Group (EOD) commanding CJTF-Troy during Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2005 and 2008. 
2015 Hall of Fame Inductee, Colonel Henry (Bill) Suchting III culminated his 28-year army career of logistics leadership as the Executive Officer to the Commander of the U.S. Army Materiel Command, the III Corps G-4 logistics staff officer, and the Commander of the Letterkenny Army Depot. 
2015 Hall of Fame Inductee, Chief Warrant Officer 4 Karl Saul, guided the development of future Ordnance Warrant Officers by leading the establishment of the Warrant Officer Candidate school at Aberdeen Proving Ground in 1982, participating on the Total Warrant Officer Study for the U.S. Army in 1984, and serving as the Chief of the Warrant Officer Proponent section in the Office of the Chief of Ordnance in 1986. 
2015 Hall of Fame Inductee, Chief Warrant Officer 5 Patrick M. Endicott, culminated 38 years of service by applying his vast knowledge in his assignment as the Executive Officer for Close Combat Directorate whose mission was to plan and conduct independent evaluations of Infantry, Engineer, Armor, Advanced Concepts, and Weapons and Munitions programs for the U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command. 
2015 Hall of Fame Inductee, Chief Warrant Officer 5 Robert M. Vachon’s contributions to U.S. Army Ordnance spans over four decades beginning in 1973 as a Wheel Vehicle Mechanic and continues to this day as the Program Manager for the Chief of Staff, Army Award for Maintenance Excellence Program. 
2015 Hall of Fame Inductee, Chief Warrant Officer 5 Ralph Williams, culminated his 35-year career as the Warrant Officer Professional Development Division Chief from 2008 to 2010, where he was responsible for the planning, directing, and execution of Professional Military Education for more than 1,500 Warrant Officers in the 913A, 914A, and 915A/E career management fields. 2015 Hall of Fame Inductee, Command Sergeant Major Edward T. Brooks Jr., distinguished himself by selflessly serving for over 31 years. During his career, he served on two combat tours, several hazardous duty deployments, and held numerous key assignments and leadership positions, culminating as the Chief, Enlisted Career Manager, Personnel Development Office, Office of the Chief of Ordnance. 
2015 Hall of Fame Inductee, Command Sergeant Major Mark S. Gerecht, culminated a 26-year Army career as the Command Sergeant Major for the 6th Ordnance Battalion and the garrison Command Sergeant Major for Redstone Arsenal in 2004. His legacy of leadership and mentorship continues to guide Soldiers around the world in their Army careers. 
 2015 Hall of Fame Inductee, Command Sergeant Major Joseph R. Allen, culminated his 37-year Army career by spending the last 15 of those years as a Command Sergeant Major for various units; including the Command Sergeant Major for United States Forces – Iraq, Command Sergeant Major for the XVIII Airborne Corps, Command Sergeant Major for the Multinational Corps – Iraq, and the Command Sergeant Major for the 1st Corps Support Command. 
2015 Hall of Fame Inductee Mr. Ralph F. Campoli’s innovative engineering contributions over a sixty-plus year career have enabled the United States Army to set the benchmark for lethality of tank-fired ammunition. His novel design concepts in kinetic energy and chemical energy projectiles have revolutionized tank firepower, providing our fighting forces with unmatched capability. 
2015 Hall of Fame Inductee, Mr. John Masengarb, has served as a valuable leader within the ammunition community and has been directly involved in all facets of the ammunition business within the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Department of the Army, Army Materiel Command, and the predecessor commands to the Joint Munitions Command.


Welcome to the United States Army Home of Ordnance, Fort Lee, VA

The U.S. Army Ordnance Corps and School is a Sustainment branch of the U.S. Army, headquartered at Fort Lee, Virginia. The broad mission of the Ordnance Corps is to supply Army combat units with weapons and ammunition, including at times their procurement and maintenance. The Ordnance School trains soldiers, civilians and members of other services and nations in Ordnance skills and functions. The Ordnance Corps and School supports the development, production, acquisition, and sustainment of weapon systems, ammunition, missiles, electronics, and ground mobility material during peace and war to provide combat power to the U.S. Army.




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This page last updated:May 22, 2015

  • Commandant

    Brigadier General Jack Haley

    BG Jack Haley

  • Regimental
    Sergeant Major

    RCSM Edward C. Morris

    RCSM Edward C. Morris

  • Regimental
    Chief Warrant Officer

    RCWO Terry Hetrick

    RCWO Terry Hetrick

  • Chief of Staff

    COL Mark F. Migaleddi

    COL Mark F. Migaleddi

  • Deputy to the Commander

    Dr. Richard Armstrong

    Dr. Richard Armstrong

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Trains Ordnance Soldiers and leaders in technical skills, values, common tasks, and the Warrior Ethos.
Supports development of capabilities across Doctrine, 
Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership, Personnel, and Facilities DOTMLPF) supporting our core competencies and the Army's mission. Supports the
Army's enlisted and officer 
accession mission.

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