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Azores Detachment Doing more with less By Capt. Anderson W. Raub, Operations Officer 838th Transportation Battalion O ver the course of the last 15 years, the 838th Transportation Bat- talion’s Azores Detachment has gone through many significant changes that have affected their organization structure, their unit designation, their chain of com- mand, and how they conduct operations. In 1991, the Azores port operations were supported by a total of 136 personnel. To- day, the Azores detachment is comprised of 12 local national employees and one Department of Army Civilian. Xavier Esteves, administrative supervisor and acting director of “They are some of the hard- 838th Transportation Battalion’s Azores Detachment, monitors the est working and loyal people discharge of the MV Geysir in the Port of Praia di Vitoria on the he has had the opportunity to Azores, Portugal. (Photos by Helio Faria, Azores Detachment.) work with in almost 30 years of For Xavier Esteves, acting Azores Detach- service to the U. S. Government,” said Guiller- ment commander, quick thinking and an intricate mo Mosquera, a former Azores Detachment knowledge of the services and personnel within commander now working for the 838th in Rot- his area make him a tremendous asset to the terdam. “While many things have changed over Azores team on challenging missions. the years, one thing has remained constant: the
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