927th Combat Service Support Battalion

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927th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion
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Distinctive Unit Insignia
Country United States
Branch U.S. Army, FL National Guard
Garrison/HQ Camp Blanding, FL
Motto(s) Victory Through Support
Insignia
Coat of Arms 927 Spt Bn CoA.png

The 927th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion is a component of the 50th Regional Support Group in the Army National Guard of the United States. Its headquarters are located at Camp Blanding in Florida. As of 2015, the battalion is commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Geri Swarts[1] and As of 2016, Command Sergeant Major Frank Williams. Five companies are part of the 927th Combat Service Support Battalion:

  • 256th Area Support Medical Company
  • 153rd Financial Management Support Unit
  • 927th Headquarters Company
  • 631st Maintenance Company
  • 856th Quarter Master Company


The battalion headquarters returned from Operation Iraqi Freedom April 2008. LTC Valeria Gonzalez-Kerr and CSM Sally M Bailey was the first all woman command team in Iraq.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Staff Sgt. Karen Kozub, 927th CSSB unites units for simulated combat training, 14 June 2016