114th Transportation Company

Pfc. Lydia Dally guides a Paladin Howitzer onto a trailer, helping the 1st Battalion, 125th Field Artillery, move their equipment back to home station following their annual training at Camp Ripley. Dally, with the 114th Transportation Company, was one of several team members guiding the precision load on Aug. 14, 2017. (Minnesota National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Patrick Loch)
Unit Information

The 114th Transportation Company (114th TC) is a Minnesota Army National Guard Company headquartered in Duluth, with a Detachment in Chisholm. The 114th TC (known as "The Wolfpack") is responsible for line haul, local haul, and re-supplying mobile combat units. They quickly move combat configured loads of ammunition and all classes of supply, shelters and containers. Additionally, the 114th TC is prepared to support the State of Minnesota with vehicles and troops capable of assisting in a disaster. In 2019 the 114th  converted from a medium truck company to a heavy composite truck company, nearly doubling the number of soldiers in the company.

In August 2008 the 114th TC was mobilized for State Active Duty in support of the 2008 Republican National Convention in St. Paul.

In June 2009 the 114th Transportation Company deployed to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom to provide ground transport of mission essential supplies to Coalition Forces.

In October 2013 the unit deployed again to Afghanistan where they escorted host nation contractors delivering supplies.