348th Brigade Support Battalion (United States)
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|348th Brigade Support Battalion|
Distinctive unit insignia
|Branch||Georgia Army National Guard|
World War I
World War II
|LTC John G. Lowe|
|Command Sergeant Major||CSM Ronald Deloach|
|Coat of Arms|
The 348th Brigade Support Battalion was constituted 1 September 2009 in the Georgia Army National Guard as the 348th Support Battalion and was organized 3 June 2010 from new and existing elements, with headquarters at Cumming, Georgia.
Leadership and organization
|LTC Charles Lewis||2009–2010||CSM Charles Christenbury||2009–2010|
|LTC Reginald L. Cook||2010–2012||CSM Charles Christenbury||2010–2010|
|CSM Jackie Faulkner||2010–2011|
|CSM Ed Andrews||2011–2012|
|LTC Michael O. Hulsey||2012–2014||CSM Ed Andrews||2012–2013|
|CSM Randy Cowan||2013–2014|
|LTC Thomas C. Meeks||2014–Present||CSM Randy Cowan||2014–Present|
- Headquarters and Headquarters Company – Ellenwood, GA provides mission command for organic and attached units assigned to the Brigade Support Battalion (BSB) MEB.
- Alpha Company (Distribution) – Ellenwood, GA provides transportation and supply support to the 648th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade (MEB).
- Bravo Company (Maintenance) – Hinesville, GA provides field level maintenance support to the 648th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade (MEB) and attached units.
Lineage and honors
Campaign participation credit
Company B (Liberty Independent Troop-Hinesville) entitled to:
||Civil War (Confederate)||Atlanta, Georgia|
|1862||Civil War (Confederate)||South Carolina|
|1863||Civil War (Confederate)||South Carolina|
|1864||Civil War (Confederate)||Florida|
|1865||Civil War (Confederate)||North Carolina|
||World War I||
||World War II||East Indies|
||World War II||Papua|
||World War II||New Guinea|
||World War II||Luzon|
Awards and decorations
Company B (Liberty Independent Troop – Hinesville), entitled to:
- Presidential Unit Citation (Army), Streamer embroidered PAPUA
- Philippine Presidential Unit Citation, Streamer embroidered 17 OCTOBER 1944 TO 4 JULY 1945
- 348th Support Battalion Lineage and Honors Information, US Army Center of Military History (CMH), 26 April 2011. Retrieved 19 June 2016.