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NEWS | Aug. 27, 2019

COMET: Nowhere to Turn? Turn to COMET

 III Corps Command Maintenance Evaluation and Training (COMET) Team
Photo by Staff Sgt. Jason Thompson

If your new job requires you to set up an arms or CBRN room, manage your unit’s property accountability or figure out what TMs your unit needs, you may need COMET. 

They have the answers.
COMET stands for Command Maintenance Evaluation and Training team. The sole purpose of COMET is to help units solve their logistical problems through both assistance and training. 

Since teams are generally composed of retired warrant officers and NCOs, they know what they’re doing. They work on your behalf and report their findings directly to you.

COMET can help with:

Maintenance management
Shop operations
Food service operations
GCSS-Army Supply
GCSS-Army Maintenance
Property accountability
Supply management
Supply Support Activity operations
Unit movement
Command Supply Discipline Program
Command Maintenance Discipline Program


COMET teams are located at Forts Stewart, Campbell, Hood, Carson, Riley, Polk, Bliss, and Irwin, plus Aberdeen Proving Ground and Joint Base Lewis-McChord. 
COMET teams will also come to you. You can contact them through your division or brigade’s G-4 or S-4 or through the COMET program manager listed below.
For more information, contact Willis (Matt) Bennett by email:

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