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Combat Sustainment Brigade Organizational Table

As part of the early 21st century transformation of the United States Army from a division-based structure to a brigade-based army; the division support commands, corps support groups, and area support groups were inactivated and transformed to sustainment brigades (previously called sustainment units of action (SUS or SUA).

The sustainment brigade is designed to provide mission command for combat service and combat service support units. It can be adjusted in size to support anywhere from one to ten brigade combat teams (BCTs). A sustainment brigade has a joint capability that allows the Army to better manage the flow of logistics into the area of operations (AO) and provides support to other services for common logistics like fuel, common ammo, medical supplies, repair parts of wheeled vehicles, and so forth. A sustainment brigade is designed to operate independently in a theater of operations, in conjunction with other sustainment brigades under the command of a Sustainment Command (Expeditionary), or directly under a Theater Sustainment Command.

As of the last published information, there will be 33 sustainment brigades; 14 active duty, 10 Army National Guard brigades and 9 US Army Reserve brigades.[1]

Sustainment BrigadesEdit

Unit Patch Type Home Headquarters
1st Sustainment Brigade
<center>1st Sustainment Brigade <center>Active Duty <center>Fort Riley, Kansas
<center>3rd Sustainment Brigade <center>3rd Sustainment Brigade <center>Active Duty <center>Fort Stewart, Georgia
<center>4th Sustainment Brigade <center>4th Sustainment Brigade <center>Active Duty <center>Fort Hood, Texas
<center>7th Sustainment Brigade <center>7SustainBdeSSI <center>Active Duty <center>Fort Eustis, Virginia
<center>10th Sustainment Brigade <center>10th Sustainment Brigade <center>Active Duty <center>Fort Drum, New York
<center>15th Sustainment Brigade <center>15th Sustainment Brigade SSI <center>Active Duty <center>Fort Bliss, Texas
<center>16th Sustainment Brigade <center>16th Sustainment Brigade <center> Active Duty <center>Baumholder, Germany
<center>17th Sustainment Brigade <center>17 Sust Bde SSI <center>National Guard <center>Las Vegas, Nevada
<center>36th Sustainment Brigade <center>36 Sus Bde SSI <center>National Guard <center>Temple, Texas
<center>38th Sustainment Brigade <center>38SustainBdeSSI <center>National Guard <center>Kokomo, Indiana
<center>43rd Sustainment Brigade <center>43rdSBSSI <center>Active Duty <center>Fort Carson, Colorado
<center>45th Sustainment Brigade <center>45th Sustainment Brigade SSI <center>Active Duty <center>Schofield Barracks, Hawaii
<center>55th Sustainment Brigade <center>55th Sustainment Brigade SSI <center>Reserve <center>Fort Belvoir, Virginia
<center>77th Sustainment Brigade <center>77th Infantry Division.patch <center>Reserve <center>Fort Dix, New Jersey
<center>82nd Sustainment Brigade <center>82SustainBdeSSI <center>Active Duty <center>Fort Bragg, North Carolina
<center>89th Sustainment Brigade <center>89th Regional Readiness Command SSI <center>Reserve <center>Wichita, Kansas
<center>90th Sustainment Brigade <center>90th Infantry Division.patch <center>Reserve <center>North Little Rock, Arkansas
<center>96th Sustainment Brigade <center>96th Infantry Division SSI <center>Reserve <center>Salt Lake City, Utah
<center>101st Sustainment Brigade <center>101st Sustainment Brigade <center>Active Duty <center>Fort Campbell, Kentucky
<center>108th Sustainment Brigade <center>108th Sustainment Brigade SSI <center>National Guard <center>Chicago, Illinois
<center>113th Sustainment Brigade <center>113sbunitinsignia <center>National Guard <center>Greensboro, North Carolina
<center>224th Sustainment Brigade <center>224SustainBdeSSI <center>National Guard <center>Long Beach, California
<center>230th Sustainment Brigade <center>230SustainBdeSSI <center>National Guard <center>Chattanooga, Tennessee
<center>287th Sustainment Brigade <center>287th Sustainment Brigade <center>National Guard <center>Wichita, Kansas
<center>300th Sustainment Brigade <center>300SustainBdeSSI <center>Reserve <center>Grand Prairie, Texas
<center>304th Sustainment Brigade <center>304th Sustainment Brigade <center>Reserve <center>March Air Force Base, California
<center>321st Sustainment Brigade <center>321st Sustainment Brigade <center>Reserve <center>Baton Rouge, Louisiana
<center>369th Sustainment Brigade <center>369SustainBdeSSI <center>National Guard <center>New York, New York
<center>371st Sustainment Brigade <center>371SustainBdeSSI <center>National Guard <center>Springfield, Ohio
<center>501st Sustainment Brigade <center>501st Sustainment Brigade <center>Active Duty <center>Camp Carroll, South Korea
<center>518th Sustainment Brigade <center>518 Sus Bde SSI <center>Reserve <center>Raleigh, North Carolina (FY13)
<center>528th Sustainment Brigade (Special Operations) (Airborne) <center>528sb <center>Active Duty <center>Fort Bragg, North Carolina
<center>593rd Sustainment Brigade <center>593rd Sustainment Brigade <center>Active Duty <center>Fort Lewis, Washington

ReferencesEdit

  1. Unit Designations in the Army Modular Force, US Army Center of Military History. Retrieved 06-25-2008.

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