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316th Logistical Command
316th Sustainment Command
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Active 1950—1960
1960—1968
2006—Present
Country United States
Branch  United States Army
*United States Army Reserve
Type Expeditionary Support Command
Role Sustainment support to the regular army
Part of 377th Sustainment Command
Garrison/HQ Coraopolis
Engagements The War on Terror

The 316th Sustainment Command is a command unit of the United States Army Reserve and currently subordinated toUnited States Army Central. It currently reports, when deployed, to the 377th Sustainment Command.

History[]

In November 1950 the new 316th Logistical Command was formed within the Organized Reserve Corps following the expansion of the role of the reserves. On 1 December 1950 the command was activated in Knoxville, Tennessee where it was disbanded on 30 November 1960. On 1 December 1960 the command was reformed under the same name and role. In January 1968 it was again de-activated in Knoxville, Tennessee. On 17 January 2006 the command was renamed as the 316th Sustainment Command and fully activated on 17 September 2006 in Coraopolis, Pennsylvania. Between January and February 2007 elements of the command were mobilised for service during the War on Terrorism. The command currently, as all other command like it, contains the sub-title of (Expeditionary) when deployed.[1]

Today the command retains one campaign participation credit, "War on Terrorism". The command today has the following structure;[2]

  • 316th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)
    • 316th Expeditionary Sustainment Command Headquarters and Headquarters Company, Coraopolis
    • 157th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, Willow Grove Naval Air Station
    • 359th Transportation Battalion, Fort Eustis
    • 398th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, Rockville
    • 413th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, Schenectady
    • 304th Transportation Company, Westover Air Reserve Base
    • 733rd Transportation Company, Reading
    • 947th Quartermaster Company, Letterkenny Army Depôt
    • 55th Sustainment Brigade, Fort Belvoir
      • Special Troops Battalion
      • 275th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, Fort Lee
      • 497th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, Salem
      • 313th Transportation Battalion, Baltimore
    • 77th Sustainment Brigade, Fort Dix
      • Special Troops Battalion
      • 389th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, Fort Totten
      • 436th Transportation Battalion, Staten Island
      • 462nd Transportation Battalion, Trenton
    • 301st Regional Support Group, Butler
    • 475th Quartermaster Group, Farrell
      • 327th Quartermaster Battalion, Williamsport
      • 402nd Quartermaster Battalion, New Castle
    • 655th Regional Support Group, Westover Air Reserve Base
      • 167th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, Londonderry
      • 395th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, Middletown
      • 334th Quartermaster Battalion, East Windsor
      • 719th Transportation Battalion, Boston

References[]

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