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NEWS | Sept. 9, 2022

I Sustain This: August 2022 Nominees

PS Magazine’s I Sustain This campaign is designed to recognize civilian sustainers who exemplify the highest standards while maintaining equipment to meet combat readiness requirements and stay in the fight, even under the most arduous of circumstances.
This month, we had one civilian sustainer nominated for this program. That individual was Philip B. Stewart of the TACOM Fleet Management Expansion (FMX) office, North Range, Ft Lee, VA.
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Mr. Philip Stewart, TACOM FMX, Fort Lee
Philip B. Stewart
Heavy Mobile Technician
TACOM Fleet Management Expansion (FMX) office, North Range, Ft Lee, VA
Nominated by: Kevin C. Peavy

Why does this person deserve recognition? Mr. Stewart maintains the training base operational readiness fleet consisting of M88A1, M88A2, M113A3, M1089A1, M1089A1P2, M1075A1 vehicles, as well as an M10000 forklift. His attention to detail and superior maintenance knowledge enables TACOM FMX at Fort Lee, Virginia, Ordnance Division, North Range to administer organizational maintenance procedures to accomplish the critical objectives of no missed training, while maintaining readiness rates above 90-percent fully mission capable status, while adhering to funding goals.

Additional Comments: As an additional duty, Mr. Stewart administers the North Range Fire Marshall Safety Program which ensures compliance with installation and unit requirements.
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