1st Armored Division Sustainment Brigade

1st Armored Division Sustainment Brigade Welcome to the official page for the 1st Armored Division Sustainment Brigade "Muleskinners". Public Affairs NCO: SGT Briaira Tolbert (915) 741- 2750 Commander: COL Sean P.

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Mission: The historical 15th Support Brigade was originally constituted on 4 May 1966 in the Regular Army as a Headquarters and Headquarters Company. It was first activated on 1 July 1966. On 20 October 1967, the Brigade was inactivated after providing support to units in Vietnam, only to be reactivated on 21 September 1968 at Fort Lewis, Washington. The 15th Support Brigade later inactivated at Fort Lewis on 21 March 1973 having received campaign credits for its support for Counteroffensive Operations (Phase II and III) in Vietnam. As aforementioned above, the 15th Support Brigade replaced the “Division Support Command” of the 1st Cavalry Division. The history of the organization can be traced back to 1919 when one of its present units, the 15th Forward Support Battalion, existed as the 615th Motor Transport Company. The Division Support Command (DISCOM) thus predates the 1st Cavalry Division itself, which was not established until 1921. In pre-World War II years, most units of the 1st Cavalry Division not assigned to the major subordinate maneuver commands were under control of the Headquarters, Division Special Troops. These included service and supports elements of the division. After World War II, however, the Special Troops Headquarters was reorganized under the Pentomic concept and the immediate forerunner of the DISCOM, Headquarters, Division Trains, was activated 1 November 1957 in Korea. Although a new organization, Division Trains employed concepts similar to those of a U.S. armored division trains that were originated in World War I. On 1 September 1963, Headquarters, Division Trains was reorganized under the ROAD (Reorganization of the Army Divisions) concept and redesignated as Headquarters, Headquarters Company and Band, 1st Cavalry Division, 1st Cavalry Division Support Command. Accompanying the division to Vietnam in August 1965, the Support Command participated in all major campaigns and distinguished itself in battle. It received the Presidential Unit Citation for action in Pleiku Province and the Valorous Unit Award for action in the “Fish Hook” area of Cambodia. In addition, Support Command received three Meritorious Unit Commendations and four Republic of Vietnam Cross of Gallantry awards. On 15 May 1971, the DISCOM was reorganized and designated as Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1st Cavalry Division Support Command. Most major subordinate units of the DISCOM had returned from Vietnam in 1971 and were stationed at Fort Hood. By the end of June 1971, the DISCOM was a large command comprised of HHC, Support Command, 15th Adjutant General Company/Band, 15th Medical Battalion, 15th Supply and Transport Battalion, 27th Maintenance Battalion, 8th Engineer Battalion, 315th Composite Support Battalion, 15th Finance Company (the latter two units had been transferred from the 1st Armored Division), and the 15th Data Processing Unit. During the early 1980s, the DISCOM consisted of a Headquarters Company, a Division Materiel Management Center, a Division Data Center, the 15th Medical Battalion, 15th Adjutant General Battalion, 15th Finance Company, 15th Supply and Transport Battalion, 27th Maintenance Battalion and the 68th Chemical Company. In October 1984, the 1st and 2nd Forward Support Battalions were activated from elements of the three functional battalions. The following year saw the Army of Excellence Reorganization (AOE) transform the remaining elements of the three functional battalions (maintenance, medical, and supply and transport) into the 4th Main Support Battalion. The AOE reorganization also added the 493rd Transportation Aircraft Maintenance Company to the Division Support Command. The forward and main support battalions, along with the Aviation Maintenance Company, were redesignated in 1987, becoming the 15th and 115th Forward Support Battalions, 27th Main Support Battalion, and 227th Transportation Aviation Maintenance Company. On 28 September 1990, the Division Support Command deployed to Southwest Asia in support of Operation Desert Shield. In January 1991, Division Support Command provided support throughout Operation Desert Storm, leading to a quick liberation of Kuwait. On 16 December 1991, the 215th Forward Support Battalion was activated at Fort Hood bringing the number of active duty forward support battalions to three. On 8 July 1996, the 615th Aviation Support Battalion was provisionally organized. The battalion was formally activated on 17 September 1996. The 1st Cavalry Division’s Division Support Command (DISCOM) deployed to Baghdad, Iraq, in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom II from March 2004 through March 2005. On 6 July 2005, the DISCOM of the 1st Cavalry Division was inactivated and redesignated the 15th Sustainment Brigade. DISCOM’s previously subordinate Forward Support Battalions were redesignated Brigade Support Battalions and task organized under their supported maneuver brigade. The mission of the former Division Support Command was to provide command control for all logistical support battalions in the 1st Cavalry Division. In July 2006, the 15th Sustainment Brigade deployed to Camp Taji, Iraq, in support of the 1st Cavalry Division, Multi-National Division – Baghdad, Multi-National Division - Central, and the 13th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary). The brigade supported 13 Brigade Combat Teams totaling more than 100,000 Soldiers during “The Surge” of 2007. The brigade redeployed to Fort Hood, Texas, in October 2007. On 15 February 2008, the 15th Sustainment Brigade was reassigned to the 13th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) from the 1st Cavalry Division. The brigade provided logistics support to 40,000 Soldiers at Fort Hood while simultaneously training for deployment. In September 2009, the brigade once again deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. On 5 October 2009, the 15th Sustainment Brigade assumed the sustainment mission for Multi-National Division-North at Contingency Operating Location Q-West, Iraq. During the deployment, the brigade would provide sustainment support for United States Division – North and United States Division – Center, swelling to command and control nearly 7,000 Soldiers. In addition, the brigade managed human resources and finance operations for the entire country of Iraq.

Operating as usual

10/30/2020
Fort Bliss, Texas

Fort Bliss, Texas

Effective immediately, Fort Bliss will operate at essential services only: cancellation of the Spooktacular Halloween event; closures of Biggs Park, Underwood Golf Course, Bowling Center, Centennial Club, Soldiers Activity Center/Warrior Zone, and Tennis Courts.

The Child Development Centers will operate at current levels, Fitness Centers and lap swim at the Aquatic Center remain open, however, no instructor-led classes and no change to ACS services.

The main Exchange, Shoppettes, Military Clothing Sales, Commissary, Class VI, and Barbershops will remain open. Restaurants and Freedom Crossing will be limited to 25% capacity. All other retail stores will be closed. RV park remains open.

#MeetYourMuleskinner 👋SPC Douglas FormanHometown: Clearwater, Fl 🍊Unit: 337th Transportation company, Special Troops Bat...
10/28/2020

#MeetYourMuleskinner 👋

SPC Douglas Forman

Hometown: Clearwater, Fl 🍊

Unit: 337th Transportation company, Special Troops Battalion

Duty title/MOS: Petroleum Supply Specialist & 92F⛽

Hobbies: Cooking, fishing, gaming, and sports.

Goals: To open a gym, obtain a degree in Kinesiology, become a personal trainer for young athletes.

#Muleskinners #IronSoldier #MuleskinnerStrong #KnowYourMil #MeetYourArmy 1st Armored Division U.S. Army Forces Command (FORSCOM)

The 606th Movement Control Team was recently featured in the Army Sustainment Magazine, “Deploying during a COVID enviro...
10/28/2020
Deploying During a Pandemic: Transporters Adapt, Deploy During COVID-19 Restrictions

The 606th Movement Control Team was recently featured in the Army Sustainment Magazine, “Deploying during a COVID environment”.

Check out the story here: https://www.army.mil/article/239932 deploying_during_a_pandemic_transporters_adapt_deploy_during_covid_19_restrictions

Way to go Wildcards!
#MuleskinnerStrong #Muleskinners #muleskinnerleadership

Deploying During a Pandemic: Transporters Adapt, Deploy D...

Updated Covid guidance
10/27/2020

Updated Covid guidance

Announcement from the 1st Armored Division and Fort Bliss Commanding General, Maj. Gen. Sean Bernabe:

Since early October, El Paso and surrounding communities have seen wide-spread transmission of COVID-19. We continue to watch these trends closely and stay in contact with City Leaders.

Earlier today, in a press release, the El Paso COVID-19 Task Force highlighted three sources of community spread: (1) visiting local stores; (2) eating at restaurants and bars; and (3) traveling to and from Mexico. The Mayor and other officials are taking action within El Paso to address these three areas.

Unfortunately, we continue to see steep increases in active cases on Fort Bliss. To help slow the spread of COVID-19 within the Fort Bliss Community, we must take aggressive action now.

In light of the most recent decisions of El Paso officials and the restrictions they put in place, I have made the decision to adjust our posture on Fort Bliss. These changes will ensure we protect the health of our Fort Bliss Community while also supporting and remaining in synch with our El Paso neighbors.

Today, I signed the Third Amended Fort Bliss Come to Work Safe, Live Safe Order. Here are a few key changes from the updated order:

(1) Curfew for Fort Bliss. Travel deemed non-mission essential will cease from 10 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. This curfew aligns exactly with the City of El Paso.

(2) Visitor Restrictions. The only authorized persons within residence are members of the household and immediate family members or those present for the purpose of conducting authorized essential activities. This restriction is in alignment with the City of El Paso.

(3) Teleworking. Unit commanders and/or supervisors are encouraged to utilize teleworking to reduce the number of personnel physically present in the work place on a daily basis.

(4) Cancellation of Trunk-or-treating events. Unit-sponsored trunk-or-treat events are no longer authorized. This cancellation also aligns with El Paso guidance. The MWR drive-thru event is the only remaining authorized Halloween event on Fort Bliss.

(5) Off-post dining and restaurant services. While within the greater El Paso area, service members are prohibited from sit-down dining or “dining-in” at off-post restaurants. Non-service members are highly encouraged to follow these instructions.

There are no additional changes to current facility hours and operations as the previous amended Come to Work Safe, Live Safe order specifies.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation and compliance with these new measures. Again, it is imperative that we take aggressive action now to help flatten the curve within the Fort Bliss Community and in the greater El Paso area.

10/27/2020
Fort Bliss, Texas

Fort Bliss, Texas

0800 UPDATE
ACPs: There is no change to access control points. All gates are open as scheduled.

AAFES Operations: Personnel are reporting at 10 a.m. for all AAFES operations today and will open as soon as possible once the teams report unless roads are red or black.

GIF: CLOSED.

MEDICAL: Outpatient services are closed; all appointments will be rescheduled. If you don't receive a call from your clinic, please call the appointment line to reschedule. You can also reschedule on the Patient Portal. All outpatient pharmacy services are also closed.

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Due to the adverse winter weather forecast for the El Paso region on Tuesday, 27 October 2020, the Senior Commander has directed a weather closure for Fort Bliss on 27 October 2020, with the exception of those personnel the Chain of Command has designated as Mission Critical. Those not designated Mission Critical will remain at home and leverage telework when available. Those that are directed to remain at home are strongly encouraged to stay off the local area road network to avoid potential accidents and significant traffic delays. Unless directed otherwise, the installation will reopen on Wednesday, 28 October 2020 at a time to be designated.

Directorate of Emergency Services will not close or have any degraded services.

Fort Bliss Training Ranges will degrade operations 27 Oct 2020. Pretty much limited to only live fires on ranges.

Directorate of Human Resources:
- All Transition Services (Retirement Services, Separations, Soldier for life Transition Assistance Program) are degrading but remaining open.

Directorate of Public Works areas that are closed, but personnel available via phone:
- Housing Services (Housing Services Office and Unaccompanied Housing), (915) 568-5314
- Reimbursable Utilities, (915) 6514
- Engineering Services (Design and Construction Management), (915) 568-7635
- Environmental, (915) 568-7031
- Master Planning, (915) 568-5933

Directorate of Family, Morale, Welfare and Recreation:
- Open: All CDC and School Age Service-normal hours of operation.
- AER-Emergency and contact number, American Red Cross 1-877-272-7337
- Closed:
All Fitness Centers
All Pools
Soldier Activity Center
Auto Crafts/Arts and Hobby
Mickelsen Library
Biggs Park
Leisure Travel Services
Centennial Banquet Center
Desert Strike Lanes
Underwood Golf
Rod and Gun Club
Coffee Shops
Warrior Zone
Old Fort Bliss Museum
Army Community Service

Closed: Equal Employment Opportunity Office

Fort Bliss officials will continue to monitor weather conditions. Please monitor Fort Bliss social media accounts, the Fort Bliss website and local news for updates.
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#MuleskinnerMaintenance Soldiers from 178th Human Resources Company inspect a 10KW generator for any faults during Preve...
10/27/2020

#MuleskinnerMaintenance

Soldiers from 178th Human Resources Company inspect a 10KW generator
for any faults during Preventative Maintenance Checks and Services.

#MotorPoolMonday #MaintenanceMonday #PMCS

1st Armored Division Sustainment Brigade's cover photo
10/26/2020

1st Armored Division Sustainment Brigade's cover photo

#MuleskinnerSquad The squad leader for today is Sgt. Jordan Moore!HHC, Special Troops BattalionTeam: Orderly room sectio...
10/26/2020

#MuleskinnerSquad

The squad leader for today is Sgt. Jordan Moore!

HHC, Special Troops Battalion

Team: Orderly room section

What does your squad mean to you?
I believe the "This is My Squad" initiative means your Soldier should always feel comfortable enough to trust you. Having trust is very important especially in training situations or deploying. Trust also directly impacts readiness.

#KnowyourMil #MuleskinnerStrong #Mulekskinners
#ThisIsMySquad

Check out these posters for Halloween Events happening on post next week! 🎃🍭🍬🍫Now is the time to make your plans for a s...
10/24/2020

Check out these posters for Halloween Events happening on post next week! 🎃🍭🍬🍫
Now is the time to make your plans for a safe Halloween that follows the El Paso COVID-19 guidelines.
#muleskinnersafety #halloween2020
#Muleskinners #FtBliss

#Muleskinnerfitness #Muleskinners from the brigade S3 shop lift weights for physical training to prepare for the Army Co...
10/23/2020

#Muleskinnerfitness

#Muleskinners from the brigade S3 shop lift weights for physical training to prepare for the Army Combat Fitness Test. On the new PT test Soldiers will need strength and stamina in their chest, and good shoulder mobility to do events such as the Hand-release push-up.

#MuleskinnerStrong #Fit2Fight #IronSoldiers

#ThrowbackThursdayThis past week 377th Transportation Company held a Change of Responsibility Ceremony for the out going...
10/22/2020

#ThrowbackThursday

This past week 377th Transportation Company held a Change of Responsibility Ceremony for the out going First Sergeant, Sgt. 1st Class Freddie Drayton. 1st Sgt. Wendi Jeter, is now the First Sergeant for the 377th TC. Welcome to the Muleskinner team 1st Sgt. Jeter! Thank you and good luck to Sgt. 1st Class Drayton on his next assignment!🎉When it comes to the training and readiness of formations first sergeants are very instrumental to the organization.

#MuleskinnerStrong #IronSoldiers #Muleskinners #muleskinnertraining

#MeetYourMuleskinner 👋SPC Ethan WilliamsHometown: Lima, OHUnit: 261st Signal Company, Special Troops BattalionDuty title...
10/21/2020

#MeetYourMuleskinner 👋
SPC Ethan Williams

Hometown: Lima, OH

Unit: 261st Signal Company, Special Troops Battalion

Duty title/MOS: Unit Armorer/Satellite Communications Systems Operator-Maintainer & 25S 📡

Hobbies: Gaming and hiking, especially in El Paso

Goals: To earn a bachelor's degree in video game design or computer science and obtain my Security + certification.💻

#Muleskinners #IronSoldier #MuleskinnerStrong #KnowYourMil #MeetYourArmy U.S. Army Forces Command (FORSCOM) 1st Armored Division

10/21/2020
#MuleskinnerLeadership

#MuleskinnerLeadership

The Brigade Executive officer Maj. David Lukefahr, gives us the leadership tip of the day.

#Leadership #MuleskinnerStrong #IronSoldier #foodforthought

#MuleskinnerMaintenance This Morning #Muleskinners from 261st Signal Company conducted Preventative Maintenance Checks a...
10/20/2020

#MuleskinnerMaintenance

This Morning #Muleskinners from 261st Signal Company conducted Preventative Maintenance Checks and Services. During the inspection Soldiers ensured humvee lights were operational.

#Readiness #MuleskinnerStrong #PMCS

It's Sunday so it's time for a #MuleskinnerSquad post! This is where we highlight squad leaders in the brigade. Squad le...
10/18/2020

It's Sunday so it's time for a #MuleskinnerSquad post! This is where we highlight squad leaders in the brigade. Squad leaders have the greatest impact on subordinate Soldiers because they oversee them in their daily tasks.

Staff Sgt. Mendoza

153rd Field Feeding Company

Team: 3rd Platoon, team 4, the best team!

What does your squad mean to you?
My squad means everything to me, they're like my second family. My Soldiers are very respectful and they work very hard without complaining.

1st Armored Division
#KnowyourMil #MuleskinnerStrong #Mulekskinners
#ThisIsMySquad

#Muleskinner Brigade Relinquishment of Responsibility CeremonyToday the Muleskinner Brigade held a Relinquishment of Res...
10/17/2020

#Muleskinner Brigade Relinquishment of Responsibility Ceremony

Today the Muleskinner Brigade held a Relinquishment of Responsibility for Command Sgt. Maj. Carla Hill. She relinquishes all responsibilities to Sgt Maj. Jason Cox, after serving as the brigade command sergeant major for over two years. Thank you CSM Hill, for everything you have done for the brigade and the Soldiers! We wish you the best of luck at your next assignment!

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#MuleskinnerStrong #IronSoldiers

1st Armored Division
10/17/2020

1st Armored Division

Announcement from the Commanding General of 1st Armored Division and Fort Bliss, Maj. Gen. Sean C. Bernabe:

Over the last seven days, the El Paso area has reported record increases in COVID-19 cases. Yesterday marked the highest number of active cases and hospitalizations thus far. On Fort Bliss, we have also seen an increase in the number of cases over the last seven days—although our rate of increase has not been as steep as the rate in our neighboring communities.

Fort Bliss Garrison leaders, the 1st Armored Division Staff, and I have watched these trends closely. We have also conferred with the El Paso Mayor and local health officials. Yesterday, Mayor Dee Margo announced new health protection measures for El Paso. Given the current COVID trends on Fort Bliss, we will remain in-step with El Paso and adjust our posture on Fort Bliss, as well. The changes will ensure we protect the health of our Fort Bliss community while also supporting and remaining in synch with our El Paso neighbors.

Today, I signed the Second Amended Fort Bliss Come to Work Safe, Live Safe Order.

Here are a few key changes from the updated order:
(1) Private social gatherings, on-post or off-post, are permitted with a maximum of ten (10) people --provided social distancing measures are maintained. (Previously, we allowed gatherings up to 30 people).

(2) Door-to-door trick-or-treating (on-or-off post) is not authorized. However, units on Fort Bliss may conduct trunk-or-treat events within their respective areas—provided participants wear proper PPE and maintain social distancing. Units must maintain a by-name roster of participants to facilitate contact tracing.

Additionally, the Garrison Staff and I reviewed the current protective measures at facilities and services across Fort Bliss. In general, those facilities that are currently open will remain open at the current level of service. Managers and leaders will increase their inspections of these facilities to ensure compliance with directed protective measures. Gatherings at outdoor parks will be limited to ten (10) people. We will post new signs at these locations to inform community members of this change.

As a new member of the Fort Bliss Community, I have been impressed with the level of discipline, cooperation, and compliance by everyone. Thank you! If we all do our part, we will help flatten the curve—both on Fort Bliss and in the El Paso area.

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10/16/2020

CSM Carla Hill Relinquishment of Responsibility Ceremony

Mayor of El Paso - Dee Margo
10/16/2020

Mayor of El Paso - Dee Margo

The fight against COVID-19 is not over. This morning, we reported 717 new positive cases. This unprecedented number of new cases has left us no other option than to implement restrictions to slow the spread of the virus.

The following will take effect at 12:01 AM:
-Limit occupancies back to 50%
-After 9:00 PM restaurants are limited to take out and drive-thru only
-Gatherings in parks are limited to groups of 10 or less
-Pause all indoor sports and limit outdoor sports to no spectators
-No home gatherings
-No visitors to facilities that care for the elderly
-ALL requests for exemption submitted to my office for any gathering from this point forward are suspended until further notice

I am in contact with hospital leadership on a daily basis in order to make appropriate requests for resources from the Governor Abbott. As requested, 100 hospital personnel arrived this week.

Region 19 asked me to contact the Governor’s office to express support for delaying in person instruction at schools. They are still going through the process with TEA, and we hope to receive an answer today.

Early voting is underway, and our new directive will not impact polling locations, or your ability to cast your vote. Safety protocols have been issued and are being followed by the County Elections Department.

We are not statistics, we are people- and we need to protect our people, and the only way we are going to protect each other and our community is by wearing face coverings, social distance, limit outings to essential needs only, and wash our hands.

El Paso is resilient, and we will get through this. I will continue to communicate with the Governor to ensure we have what we need to persevere. El Paso, I implore you, we must take care of ourselves to take care of each other. #ElPasoTX #COVID19

#MuleskinnerTraining Soldiers from the Special Troops Battalion conducted weapons maintenance on the M2A1 .50 Caliber Ma...
10/15/2020

#MuleskinnerTraining

Soldiers from the Special Troops Battalion conducted weapons maintenance on the M2A1 .50 Caliber Machine Gun and the M249 Squad Automatic Weapon (SAW). Soldiers made sure weapons were clean as possible before the next range.

#MuleskinnerStrong
#Training #TraintoStandard

This month's Muleskinner Monthly is out!If you want to know what the Muleskinner Soldiers have been up to lately or any ...
10/15/2020

This month's Muleskinner Monthly is out!

If you want to know what the Muleskinner Soldiers have been up to lately or any upcoming events read below!

#MuleskinnerStrong #HispanicHeritageMonth #Muleskinners

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