(FROM LEFT TO RIGHT) Pvt. Logan Haynie loads an armful of sheets into a bin as Pvt. Carlos Cavero, rear left, Pvt. Matthew Bourdette, rear right, and Pvt. Karyeis Hayes look on at the Post Laundry loading docks Feb. 20. The advanced individual training Soldiers, assigned to Uniform Company, 262nd Quartermaster Battalion, were detailed to load, deliver and exchange the sheets, pillow cases and blankets of their fellow barracks residents located in the A Avenue - 40th Street battalion complex. Crawford Cobbs, a Uniform Company supply technician who supervised the Soldiers for the task, said the unit turns in and receives roughly 800 pieces of laundry weekly. The turn-in and receipt of bedding laundry procedures have remained virtually unchanged for decades, said Cobbs, with one major exception: only U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command Soldiers in training are required to exchange their linen. Permanent Party Soldiers residing in the barracks are free to use most any type bedding they want, but they are responsible for keeping it clean.