The U.S. Army has terminated a program that allowed soldiers to store their personal belongings and vehicles at no cost while deployed overseas. The Army Sustainment Command ended the funding for this service, prompting concerns among soldiers. The move, which took place in October, was not widely reported, and the Army is now working on drafting a policy to enable cost-free storage for soldiers. In the meantime, soldiers are authorized to store their vehicles in motor pools, which may not provide adequate protection or climate control for personal belongings. This change in policy has raised concerns about the burden it places on soldiers during deployments.