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Over the course of two months, the 402nd Army Field Support Brigade implemented the Army’s latest initiative to support Soldiers with the establishment of Modernization, Displacement, and Repair Sites in Hawaii and Alaska. Also known as MDRS, these sites contribute to Army modernization in the Indo-Pacific Region.
210415-D-DO523-527.JPG Photo By: Katie Nelson

ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL, Ill. - Soldiers prepare a vehicle for turn-in at the Modernization, Displacement, and Repair Site at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson. The MDRS is a single location dedicated to receive excess equipment from units. It is the one-stop-shop that receives, accounts for, repairs (if necessary), and conducts necessary onward transfers to gaining units, Army depots, or transfer to the Defense Logistics Agency for equipment disposition.


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