ASA(ALT)'s Program Executive Office for Combat Support & Combat Service Support leads the development, systems integration, acquisition, testing, fielding, sustainment and modernization of critical combat enabling systems across the Army's Transportation, Quartermaster, Ordnance and Engineer portfolios. In total, the PEO CS&CSS portfolio spans roughly 150 active programs across all Acquisition Category (ACAT) levels, with more than 100 additional programs in sustainment. When employed as part of lethal Army formations, PEO CS&CSS-managed combat-enablers touch every Soldier in the field every day—forming the backbone of the operational Joint force by carrying, supplying, transporting, feeding, fueling, calibrating, maintaining, protecting, powering and fueling combat capabilities across the spectrum of operating environments. These systems improve Soldier lethality by giving commanders ready options to maneuver the weight of modern combat platforms as needed. Through careful, deliberate modernization efforts, our team continues to enhance material readiness by quickly delivering capabilities to Soldiers that directly drive the operational mobility, sustainment and protection of the Army's modernization priorities. PEO CS&CSS includes:

  • Project Manager Transportation Systems, which "moves the Army" by managing the entirety of the Army's Heavy Tactical Vehicle fleet, Medium Tactical Vehicle fleet, Mine Resistant Ambush Protected and route clearing vehicles, and all Army Watercraft Systems. The office also provides support to the Combined Security Transition Command – Afghanistan by supporting the procurement, delivery and maintenance of vehicles for the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces.
  • Project Manager Force Projection provides Soldiers with an array of combat enabling gear including testing, maintenance, bridging, combat engineer, materiel handling, and petroleum and water storage and distribution systems. This team also manages the Army's priority to enhance the use of robotic & autonomous systems, leveraging new acquisition tools to standardize robotic interfaces, unburden Soldiers in the field, develop a common controller for ground and aerial unmanned systems, and bring new robotic systems and autonomous vehicle technologies to the force.
  • Joint Program Office Joint Light Tactical Vehicles works closely with the Marine Corps while managing the Army's light tactical fleet, including sustainment of the venerable High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle, finalizing fielding plans for the leap-ahead automotive technologies in the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle, and accelerating delivery of mobility advancements for dismounted infantry in the Ground Mobility Vehicle.
  • Project Manager Expeditionary Energy & Sustainment Systems powers, shelters, and feeds the force by developing advancements to reshape efficient field basing technologies that reduced fuel, water and Soldier demands; implementing microgrid technologies for more intelligent power usage; and rapidly prototyping the next generation of mobile camouflage to give Soldiers the edge against an increased spectrum of adversary sensor threats.

Getting to PEO CS&CSS (Detroit Arsenal)

Driving Directions from Metro Airport

  • Take eastbound I-94 freeway toward Detroit
  • Exit on to northbound I-75 freeway
  • Exit on to eastbound I-696 freeway
  • Take the Van Dyke Avenue exit
  • Turn left before Van Dyke Avenue and
  • go west on I-696 service drive
  • Turn right at the Detroit Arsenal 11 Mile Rd. Gate (just after the railroad tracks)
  • Immediately turn right to the Security Bldg. (Bldg. 232) to get visitor's badge
  • PEO CS&CSS is located in Building 231, 4th Floor
  • about Last Published: June 17, 2022