Sustainment Brigade

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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 support 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. When in theater, a sustainment command (expeditionary) will report to the theater sustainment command.

As of the last published information, there will be 31 sustainment brigades; 10 active duty brigades as part of the Army's active divisions, 2 independent active duty brigades, 10 Army National Guard brigades and 9 US Army Reserve brigades.[1]

Sustainment brigades[edit]

Unit Patch Component Headquarters Notes
1st Sustainment Brigade
1st Sustainment Brigade.svg
Active Duty
Fort Riley, Kansas
Will join the 1st Infantry Division.
3rd Sustainment Brigade
3rd Sustainment Brigade.jpg
Active Duty
Fort Stewart, Georgia
Will join the 3rd Infantry Division.
4th Sustainment Brigade
4th Sustainment Brigade.svg
Active Duty
Fort Hood, Texas
Will join the 1st Cavalry Division.
7th Sustainment Brigade
7SustainBdeSSI.jpg
Active Duty
Fort Eustis, Virginia
Became the 7th Transportation Brigade (Expeditionary).
10th Sustainment Brigade
10th Sustainment Brigade.jpg
Active Duty
Fort Drum, New York
Will join the 10th Mountain Division.
15th Sustainment Brigade
15th Sustainment Brigade SSI.svg
Active Duty
Fort Bliss, Texas
Became 1st Armored Division Sustainment Brigade and joined the 1st Armored Division on 12 May 2015.[2]
16th Sustainment Brigade
16th Sustainment Brigade.jpg
Active Duty
Baumholder, Germany
17th Sustainment Brigade
17 Sust Bde SSI.png
National Guard
Las Vegas, Nevada
36th Sustainment Brigade
36 Sus Bde SSI.jpg
National Guard
Temple, Texas
Will join the 36th Infantry Division.
38th Sustainment Brigade
38SustainBdeSSI.jpg
National Guard
Kokomo, Indiana
Will join the 38th Infantry Division.
43rd Sustainment Brigade
43rdSBSSI.JPG
Active Duty
Fort Carson, Colorado
Will join the 4th Infantry Division.
45th Sustainment Brigade
45th Sustainment Brigade SSI.svg
Active Duty
Schofield Barracks, Hawaii
Will join the 25th Infantry Division.
55th Sustainment Brigade
55th Sustainment Brigade SSI.svg
Reserve
Fort Belvoir, Virginia
77th Sustainment Brigade
77th Infantry Division.patch.jpg
Reserve
Fort Dix, New Jersey
82nd Sustainment Brigade
82SustainBdeSSI.jpg
Active Duty
Fort Bragg, North Carolina
Became 82nd Airborne Division Sustainment Brigade and joined the 82nd Airborne Division on 21 May 2015.[3]
89th Sustainment Brigade
89th Regional Readiness Command SSI.svg
Reserve
Wichita, Kansas
90th Sustainment Brigade
90th Infantry Division.patch.svg
Reserve
North Little Rock, Arkansas
96th Sustainment Brigade
96th Infantry Division SSI.svg
Reserve
Salt Lake City, Utah
101st Sustainment Brigade
101st Sustainment Brigade.jpg
Active Duty
Fort Campbell, Kentucky
Will join the 101st Airborne Division.
108th Sustainment Brigade
108th Sustainment Brigade SSI.svg
National Guard
Chicago, Illinois
Will join the 34th Infantry Division.
113th Sustainment Brigade
113sbunitinsignia.jpg
National Guard
Greensboro, North Carolina
Will join the 29th Infantry Division.
224th Sustainment Brigade
224SustainBdeSSI.jpg
National Guard
Long Beach, California
Will join the 40th Infantry Division.
230th Sustainment Brigade
230SustainBdeSSI.jpg
National Guard
Chattanooga, Tennessee
287th Sustainment Brigade
287th Sustainment Brigade.jpg
National Guard
Wichita, Kansas
Will join the 35th Infantry Division.
300th Sustainment Brigade
300SustainBdeSSI.jpg
Reserve
Grand Prairie, Texas
304th Sustainment Brigade
304th Sustainment Brigade.svg
Reserve
March Air Force Base, California
321st Sustainment Brigade
321st Sustainment Brigade.jpg
Reserve
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
369th Sustainment Brigade
369SustainBdeSSI.jpg
National Guard
New York, New York
Will join the 42nd Infantry Division.
371st Sustainment Brigade
371SustainBdeSSI.jpg
National Guard
Springfield, Ohio
Will join the 28th Infantry Division.
501st Sustainment Brigade
501st Sustainment Brigade.jpg
Active Duty
Camp Carroll, South Korea
Planned to join the 2nd Infantry Division.
518th Sustainment Brigade
518 Sus Bde SSI.jpg
Reserve
Raleigh, North Carolina
528th Sustainment Brigade (Special Operations) (Airborne)
528sb.jpg
Active Duty
Fort Bragg, North Carolina
Supports the US Army Special Operations Command.
593rd Sustainment Brigade
593rd Sustainment Brigade.jpg
Active Duty
Fort Lewis, Washington
Elevated to 593rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command on 27 August 2013.

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