24th Composite Truck Company

Historically known as the

24th Transportation Company

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21July17 - 22July17




The last measure of Devotion

An excerpt of an article by LTC Allen West (Retired)

Having served in the United States Army, it was our true honor to be willing to take an oath to this Nation, its fundamental principles, and rule of law codified in the Constitution. And yes, it was an oath we took with no mental reservation or purpose of evasion to give that last full measure of devotion to these United States of America.

As we prepare for Memorial Day 2017, let us endeavor to remember that this Day, this weekend, is not about the beginning of summer. It is not about swimming pools opening or hosting BBQs. This day is set aside to remember those who have given that last full measure of devotion, their task. And over all these 242 years, dating back to the Minutemen who answered the call at Lexington Green, their purpose was to ensure a new birth of freedom, one that this world had never known.

And so we Veterans, who remain on this side of the grass, have a new task, an obligation. We must indeed ensure that those sacrifices made shall not be in vain. We must tell the stories of our fallen Brothers and Sisters as a greater cause to preserve this blessing we have, America



This is not an official US Army webpage.  It's a ".net" not a ".mil." It is an effort by Veterans of the 24th Transportation Company to show the accomplishments of an Army Unit that we proudly belong to now or belonged to in the past. It was first activated as a "Negro Unit" in the Quartermaster Corp on 25 July 1942 at Camp Gruber, OK.  In this website, we want to show our visitors, the pride we have as present and former members of an outstanding combat support and sustainment element of the US Army. We serve and have served with honor every day by giving 100% effort. Our Unit's tradition is to accomplish whatever mission has ever been entrusted to us. The Freedom that we enjoy as Americans has never been free; it has been paid for by the sweat and blood of its military. Please enjoy your visit with us and may God Bless the USA.

 1st Infantry Division (Big Red One)



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24th TC Bricks were added to the Transportation Museum in Ft. Eustis, VA


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24th TC 1966