230th Sustainment Brigade (United States)
|230th Sustainment Brigade|
|Active||2007 - Present|
|Branch||United States Army National Guard|
|Nickname(s)||Old Hickory Volunteers (Special Designation) |
The 230th Sustainment Brigade ("Volunteers") is a sustainment brigade of the Tennessee Army National Guard.
The Brigade formed in 2005, and gradually over three years assumed the responsibility of the inactivating long-time TN ARNG 196th Field Artillery Brigade based in Chattanooga, Tennessee. In July 2008 the 196th Field Artillery Brigade cased its colors, and it formally inactivated in September 2008.
The 1st Battalion, 181st Field Artillery, located at the Chattanooga Armory, was transferred from the 196th FA Brigade to the 230th Sustainment Brigade. The Brigade also includes the 176th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion based at Johnson City, which has participated in Joint Task Force East rotations in Romania and Bulgaria. The other subordinate battalion within the Brigade is the 30th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion. The 30th CSSB consisted of the following:
- 1171st Transportation Company of Dresden, TN and Tiptonville, TN cased its colors in 2017 whenever they stood up the 1172nd based on location in Waynesboro, TN and Memphis, TN
- 1172nd Transportation Company stood up in 2017 based on location in Waynesboro, TN and Memphis, TN
- 1174th Transportation Company
- 1175th Transportation Company based out of Brownsiville, TN and Tullahoma, TN
- 1176th Transportation Company based out of Dresden, TN ; Smyrna, TN ; and Johnson City, TN
- 777th Maintenance Company
In 2011 HHC, 230th Sustainment Brigade deployed to Kuwait where it assisted with the drawdown from Iraq.
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- ^ "The Institute of Heraldry: 230th Sustainment Brigade". Archived from the original on 10 June 2011. Retrieved 22 May 2010.
- ^ Lauren Gregory (12 July 2008). "Chattanooga Losing Guard Brigade". Chattanooga Times Free Press. Archived from the original on 11 October 2008. Retrieved 16 October 2009.
- ^ "National Guard News - National Guard helps British Withdraw from Iraq". Archived from the original on 8 November 2011. Retrieved 25 April 2013.