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Sierra Army Depot


Sierra Army Depot in Herlong, California, is a 34,000 acre high desert storage, maintenance, repair, and rapid deployment platform for operational project stocks. Sierra's dry climate and moderate desert temperatures allow the natural benefit of low cost outside or indoor storage without the need for energy sponsored controlled environments.

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6.15 Feature Industrial Base LIST

Key leaders discuss preserving the Industrial Base

Army Materiel Command’s top leader engaged congressional representatives and staff members May 14 for a candid discussion focused on preserving the country’s national security insurance policy. 

5.15 Feature 2 LIST

Sierra Army Depot serves military customers

Situated near the Skedaddle Mountain Range in Herlong is Sierra Army Depot, which operates like its own city and supports those defending our nation.

November 14 Feature 2 LIST

Storage at Sierra leads to savings

If you were to fly over Sierra Army Depot, you might notice the 36,000 acres of sprawling land that make up the installation and the organized rows of Army equipment filling this space. Sierra is currently storing more than 22,000 pieces of Army equipment outside, creating an aerial view that Sierra Army Depot Public Affairs Officer Lori McDonald calls “a very impressive sight.”

Sierra Army Depot receives and stores a variety of Class II and IX items as part of the End of First Life Cylce until such direction is given from the Item Manager for disposition.  Many of the combat vehicles in storage are used for Foreign Military

TACOM from coast to coast

The U.S. Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command (LCMC) may be headquartered in Warren, Michigan, but its reach and efforts span the nation from coast to coast, border to border. In this issue of TACOM LCMC Community Report, we take a look at TACOM’s locations in Illinois, Texas, Alabama, Ohio, New York and California, and how they fit into TACOM’s national efforts to support our nation’s Soldiers.

Welcome to Community Report!

Welcome to the new, improved TACOM LCMC Community Report!

You spoke and we listened.  Earlier this year we sent you a survey asking for your comments on our command newspaper, the TACOM LCMC Community Report.  Your responses were welcomed and very helpful.  After a brief hiatus the TACOM LCMC Community Report is now back as a monthly publication - and we’ve prettied ourselves up a bit in the meantime.
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