The first class of the Army Logisitics University EOD Advanced Leaders Course to train at the EOD Training Complex at Fort A.P. Hill graduated Dec. 13 at Romenick Hall.
EOD Small Group Leader Sergeant 1st Class Brian James hosted 12 graduates who refined their team leader skills in roles and responsibilities, both foreign and domestic, in an 8-week course of field and classroom study. Students came from as far as Germany.
Sergeant 1st Class Brandon Uber, instructor at the EOD Training Complex, which opened for classes in October, congratulated the graduates.
“Today you accomplish a major milestone in your career,” he said with a reminder to the class: “Train your Soldiers to fight as you did.”
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