"In case of an attack we have all the gear, chem suits, gas masks. It makes me feel good. Knowing that we actually make a difference because some jobs you can't really tell that you're making a difference" says Airman First Class Jarvis George has been supplying individual protective equipment (IPE) for two years.
"We give them exactly what they need. They come in, put it in our system, issue it to them and they have to give it back" he says.
Before airmen can deploy from Barksdale Airforce Base they have visit the Logistics Warehouse where they get bullet proof shields, that go inside of flak vests and of course, their helmet.
"We personally impact people and how they do overseas, what they can do overseas. It makes you feel real good about yourself."
Thousands of gas masks are available at a moment's notice. The seals have to be tested to make sure it performs properly. Supplies like chemical suits expire, so expiration dates have to be checked.
"We have to constantly inventory, make sure everything's there."
And in the right spot. Bags stocked and prepped for quick deployments. 200 people at once.
"They have to make their planes and everything is timed. When they come, we make sure we have the bags pre-made so they can get in and out as quickly as possible so they're not waiting for us."