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This is the official page for Fort Bliss Mobilization Brigade (FBMB), Fort Bliss, Texas. Activated on Sept. 12, 2006, by U.S. Army Installation Management Command, the FBMB is responsible for managing, planning, and coordinating support services related to mobilization and demobilization of service members from the United States Army Reserve (USAR) and National Guard, Department of Defens

This is the official page for Fort Bliss Mobilization Brigade (FBMB), Fort Bliss, Texas. Activated on Sept. 12, 2006, by U.S. Army Installation Management Command, the FBMB is responsible for managing, planning, and coordinating support services related to mobilization and demobilization of service members from the United States Army Reserve (USAR) and National Guard, Department of Defens

Operating as usual

644th Regional Support Group, Mobilization and Deployment, DPTMS salutes the life and service of this American hero. Res...
01/19/2022

644th Regional Support Group, Mobilization and Deployment, DPTMS salutes the life and service of this American hero. Rest in peace Tuskegee Airmen, Brig. Gen. Charles McGee.

"The power of a dream. What power does, can a dream hold over us? To me it is about hope that when your cause is just an...
01/17/2022

"The power of a dream. What power does, can a dream hold over us?

To me it is about hope that when your cause is just and morally pure the desired goal can and will be achieved.

I believe Martin Luther King gave to the world a shining example of moral character and conviction that was needed to obtain the right to vote for Black Americans." - Master Sgt. Dushant Smith, ADAGC Flight OPS/FUOPS NCOIC

#MLK2022 | #MLKDay | 644th Regional Support Group | Mobilization and Deployment, DPTMS

"The power of a dream. What power does, can a dream hold over us?

To me it is about hope that when your cause is just and morally pure the desired goal can and will be achieved.

I believe Martin Luther King gave to the world a shining example of moral character and conviction that was needed to obtain the right to vote for Black Americans." - Master Sgt. Dushant Smith, ADAGC Flight OPS/FUOPS NCOIC

#MLK2022 | #MLKDay | 644th Regional Support Group | Mobilization and Deployment, DPTMS

"Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebrates the life, legacy and dream of a man who sowed the seeds of hope and healing in A...
01/17/2022

"Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebrates the life, legacy and dream of a man who sowed the seeds of hope and healing in America. It’s a day of in*******al and intercultural cooperation and sharing amongst people all over the world.

MLK Jr. and his family endured harassment, threats, beatings, and even bombings. He knew he would pay the ultimate price, but even in the face of adversity he continued pushing towards his goal of equality by peacefully marching, protesting, and organizing. He believed all people regardless of their race, political standing, and economic situation should be treated with the upmost respect and dignity.

MLK Jr. was the embodiment of the Army Values. We all populate the same planet and should all coexist in perfect harmony. There should be unity in every community!" - Staff Sgt. Darvin C. Springfield, S1, DEMOB NCOIC

#MLK2022 | #MLKDay | 644th Regional Support Group | Mobilization and Deployment, DPTMS

"Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebrates the life, legacy and dream of a man who sowed the seeds of hope and healing in America. It’s a day of in*******al and intercultural cooperation and sharing amongst people all over the world.

MLK Jr. and his family endured harassment, threats, beatings, and even bombings. He knew he would pay the ultimate price, but even in the face of adversity he continued pushing towards his goal of equality by peacefully marching, protesting, and organizing. He believed all people regardless of their race, political standing, and economic situation should be treated with the upmost respect and dignity.

MLK Jr. was the embodiment of the Army Values. We all populate the same planet and should all coexist in perfect harmony. There should be unity in every community!" - Staff Sgt. Darvin C. Springfield, S1, DEMOB NCOIC

#MLK2022 | #MLKDay | 644th Regional Support Group | Mobilization and Deployment, DPTMS

In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, we asked some of our 644th Regional Support Group, Mobilization and Deploym...
01/17/2022

In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, we asked some of our 644th Regional Support Group, Mobilization and Deployment, DPTMS members for their thoughts.

"Martin Luther King was best known for his speech; “I Have a Dream”. For me it’s more than that. I’ve learned more from his actions in the face of adversity. To be able to react to prejudice with kindness, and peace. By not allowing those who pre-judge you negatively, to change your character to fit their opinion of you.

Martin Luther King’s ideals, are a life-style. Smiling in the face of adversity and staying true to who you are, no matter what anyone thinks of you.

Living by his ideals is a discipline that requires consistency. By no means is it easy, but it has increased my quality of life. So for that I am grateful for Dr. King." - Cpl. Gregory D. Allen, CONUS Medical LNO

#MLK2022 | #MLKDay

In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, we asked some of our 644th Regional Support Group, Mobilization and Deployment, DPTMS members for their thoughts.

"Martin Luther King was best known for his speech; “I Have a Dream”. For me it’s more than that. I’ve learned more from his actions in the face of adversity. To be able to react to prejudice with kindness, and peace. By not allowing those who pre-judge you negatively, to change your character to fit their opinion of you.

Martin Luther King’s ideals, are a life-style. Smiling in the face of adversity and staying true to who you are, no matter what anyone thinks of you.

Living by his ideals is a discipline that requires consistency. By no means is it easy, but it has increased my quality of life. So for that I am grateful for Dr. King." - Cpl. Gregory D. Allen, CONUS Medical LNO

#MLK2022 | #MLKDay

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, observed on the third Monday of January each year, marks the birthday of the civil rights l...
01/17/2022

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, observed on the third Monday of January each year, marks the birthday of the civil rights leader and activist.
In 1994, Congress designated Martin Luther King, Jr. Day as a national day of service. The theme of the day, “A Day On, Not a Day Off,” encourages individuals to dedicate the day to community service in remembrance of Dr. King’s remarkable legacy and to commit ourselves to instilling his principles of unity and equity throughout the world.

"Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’" - Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

#MLK2022 | #MLKDay | 644th Regional Support Group | Mobilization and Deployment, DPTMS

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, observed on the third Monday of January each year, marks the birthday of the civil rights leader and activist.
In 1994, Congress designated Martin Luther King, Jr. Day as a national day of service. The theme of the day, “A Day On, Not a Day Off,” encourages individuals to dedicate the day to community service in remembrance of Dr. King’s remarkable legacy and to commit ourselves to instilling his principles of unity and equity throughout the world.

"Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’" - Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

#MLK2022 | #MLKDay | 644th Regional Support Group | Mobilization and Deployment, DPTMS

Acclaimed film writer and director Oliver Stone, whose work includes "Wall Street" (1987), "The Doors" (1991), "JFK" (19...
01/16/2022
Film Director Oliver Stone Was a Soldier in Vietnam

Acclaimed film writer and director Oliver Stone, whose work includes "Wall Street" (1987), "The Doors" (1991), "JFK" (1991) and "Nixon" (1995), served in the U.S. Army and deployed to Vietnam from 1967 to 1968. His wartime experiences would shape some of his later films.

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Acclaimed screenwriter and director Oliver Stone served in the Army and deployed to Vietnam from 1967 to 1968, earning the Bronze Star for valor. His wartime experiences would shape some of his later

Soldiers from Task Force 1-194, 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 34th Red Bull Infantry Division, Minnesota National Gua...
01/15/2022

Soldiers from Task Force 1-194, 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 34th Red Bull Infantry Division, Minnesota National Guard returned from a deployment today in support of Operation Spartan Shield and Operation Enduring Freedom in the CENTCOM area of operations.

Thank you for your service and sacrifice.

Welcome back!

644th Regional Support Group | Mobilization and Deployment, DPTMS

COVID Cases on the Rise! Effective immediately, due to the recent emergence of the Omicron variant, we are expanding cap...
01/13/2022

COVID Cases on the Rise! Effective immediately, due to the recent emergence of the Omicron variant, we are expanding capability and hours of operation at both the testing site locations and vaccination site here on Fort Bliss. During the first week of Jan. 2022, Fort Bliss saw the HIGHEST one-week jump in new COVID cases of the ENTIRE pandemic. We must take measures to protect and inform our community.

💉Get vaccinated now and boosted when eligible! The CDC has conclusive data that supports vaccines and boosters are the best defense against the impact of COVID-19 by reducing the risk of infection, transmission, and hospitalization. The recent emergence of the Omicron variant further emphasizes the importance of vaccination and prevention efforts needed to protect against COVID 19. People are eligible for their booster 6 months following their 2nd dose.

🏥Current Fort Bliss Testing Site Locations: See the William Beaumont Army Medical Center social media sites for updates. Results are available at https://www.tricareonline.com, or call the appointment line for telephone consult to gain results.

• West Bliss Site (Building 1029, Chaffee Rd) – (Open Mon – Sat, 7:30 am – 4:00 pm) this is a drive-up test location. This site can be reached off Chaffee between Bradley and Pleasanton.

• WBAMC Main Campus (Lot H – WBAMC) – (Open Daily, 10:00 am – 8:00 pm) this is drive-up test location. Lot H is near the Emergency Department parking lot at the new WBAMC Main Campus.

🏥Current Fort Bliss Vaccination Locations:

• Stout Gym (2930 Cassidy Rd) is the current COVID-19 vaccination site and is a walk-in or appointment clinic for all Active Duty and Tricare Beneficiaries 12 years and older for initial series shots or booster shots. This location will close Jan. 17.

• Milam Gym (2499 Cassidy Rd) - effective Jan. 18, Milam Gym will become the new Fort Bliss vaccination site.

• Beneficiary Children ages 5-11 can be scheduled for vaccination by calling 915-744-2273 or going to this website: www.TRICARE.mil/VaccineAppointments

COVID Cases on the Rise! Effective immediately, due to the recent emergence of the Omicron variant, we are expanding capability and hours of operation at both the testing site locations and vaccination site here on Fort Bliss. During the first week of Jan. 2022, Fort Bliss saw the HIGHEST one-week jump in new COVID cases of the ENTIRE pandemic. We must take measures to protect and inform our community.

💉Get vaccinated now and boosted when eligible! The CDC has conclusive data that supports vaccines and boosters are the best defense against the impact of COVID-19 by reducing the risk of infection, transmission, and hospitalization. The recent emergence of the Omicron variant further emphasizes the importance of vaccination and prevention efforts needed to protect against COVID 19. People are eligible for their booster 6 months following their 2nd dose.

🏥Current Fort Bliss Testing Site Locations: See the William Beaumont Army Medical Center social media sites for updates. Results are available at https://www.tricareonline.com, or call the appointment line for telephone consult to gain results.

• West Bliss Site (Building 1029, Chaffee Rd) – (Open Mon – Sat, 7:30 am – 4:00 pm) this is a drive-up test location. This site can be reached off Chaffee between Bradley and Pleasanton.

• WBAMC Main Campus (Lot H – WBAMC) – (Open Daily, 10:00 am – 8:00 pm) this is drive-up test location. Lot H is near the Emergency Department parking lot at the new WBAMC Main Campus.

🏥Current Fort Bliss Vaccination Locations:

• Stout Gym (2930 Cassidy Rd) is the current COVID-19 vaccination site and is a walk-in or appointment clinic for all Active Duty and Tricare Beneficiaries 12 years and older for initial series shots or booster shots. This location will close Jan. 17.

• Milam Gym (2499 Cassidy Rd) - effective Jan. 18, Milam Gym will become the new Fort Bliss vaccination site.

• Beneficiary Children ages 5-11 can be scheduled for vaccination by calling 915-744-2273 or going to this website: www.TRICARE.mil/VaccineAppointments

01/11/2022
People First in 2021

In 2021, the Army focused on taking care of people.

Here are a 5 ways #PeopleFirst efforts improved the lives, health and working conditions of Soldiers and their families.

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Pfc. Alexander Kosar, supply specialist, 644th Regional Support Group, Mobilization and Deployment, DPTMS, nominated his...
01/04/2022

Pfc. Alexander Kosar, supply specialist, 644th Regional Support Group, Mobilization and Deployment, DPTMS, nominated his supervisor, Jazmyn Doyal, lead transportation security officer, Transportation Security Administration, for the Patriot Award, for going above and beyond the scope of her duties by acting as a team leader, floor leader, "temporary supervisor" and personally assisting with ensuring his military orders for training were processed. (Pictured from left to right: AFSD John Bell, PFC Alexander Kosar, LTSO Jazmyn Doyal, and STSO Adelia Gilbertson)

The Patriot Award reflects the efforts made to support citizen warriors through a wide-range of measures including flexible schedules, time off prior to and after deployment, caring for families, and granting leaves of absence if needed. An employee serving in the National Guard or Reserve, or the spouse of a Guard or Reserve member, may nominate individual supervisors and bosses for support provided directly to the nominating Service member and his or her family.

Pfc. Alexander Kosar, supply specialist, 644th Regional Support Group, Mobilization and Deployment, DPTMS, nominated his supervisor, Jazmyn Doyal, lead transportation security officer, Transportation Security Administration, for the Patriot Award, for going above and beyond the scope of her duties by acting as a team leader, floor leader, "temporary supervisor" and personally assisting with ensuring his military orders for training were processed. (Pictured from left to right: AFSD John Bell, PFC Alexander Kosar, LTSO Jazmyn Doyal, and STSO Adelia Gilbertson)

The Patriot Award reflects the efforts made to support citizen warriors through a wide-range of measures including flexible schedules, time off prior to and after deployment, caring for families, and granting leaves of absence if needed. An employee serving in the National Guard or Reserve, or the spouse of a Guard or Reserve member, may nominate individual supervisors and bosses for support provided directly to the nominating Service member and his or her family.

Welcome back to the United States!Soldiers from the 1-102 Infantry Battalion, Task Force Iron Gray, recently returned fr...
01/04/2022

Welcome back to the United States!

Soldiers from the 1-102 Infantry Battalion, Task Force Iron Gray, recently returned from a deployment to East Africa in support of CJTF-HOA. Task Force Iron Gray is comprised of National Guard Soldiers from Connecticut, Colorado, Massachusetts, and Maine.

Thank you for your sacrifice and service to our great nation!

644th Regional Support Group | The Connecticut National Guard | Colorado National Guard | Maine National Guard

U.S. Army medical experts address some of the most common questions about the COVID-19 vaccine.644th Regional Support Gr...
01/03/2022
Current COVID-19 vaccine myths and facts

U.S. Army medical experts address some of the most common questions about the COVID-19 vaccine.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fG031rbMMlM

U.S. Army medical experts address some of the most common questions about the COVID-19 vaccine.About the U.S. Army:The Army Mission – our purpose – remains c...

Happy New Year from our team to yours!#newyear2022  #HappyNewYear 🎆644th Regional Support Group | Mobilization and Deplo...
01/01/2022

Happy New Year from our team to yours!

#newyear2022 #HappyNewYear 🎆

644th Regional Support Group | Mobilization and Deployment, DPTMS

Happy New Year from our team to yours!

#newyear2022 #HappyNewYear 🎆

644th Regional Support Group | Mobilization and Deployment, DPTMS

Though we are far away from our families and friends during this holiday season, on Christmas day, some 644th Regional S...
12/29/2021

Though we are far away from our families and friends during this holiday season, on Christmas day, some 644th Regional Support Group team members participated in a gathering to celebrate.

(U.S. Army Reserve photos by Maj. Ashley Gerdts)

#NorthernStar

Today, the 644th Regional Support Group, Fort Bliss Mobilization Brigade, began the day with a Town Hall, held by Col. R...
12/29/2021

Today, the 644th Regional Support Group, Fort Bliss Mobilization Brigade, began the day with a Town Hall, held by Col. Robert Portway and Command Sgt. Maj. Lani Shooks, commander and brigade command sergeant major. During the Town Hall, various topics were discussed, including human resources, leave, military and civilian education, and physical fitness.

#northernstar

(U.S. Army Reserve photos by Capt. Brandon Fambro)

Happy holidays from our Family to yours!644th Regional Support Group
12/25/2021

Happy holidays from our Family to yours!

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Happy holidays from our Family to yours!

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The 644th Regional Support Group assumed the Fort Bliss Mobilization Brigade mission from the 647th Regional Support Gro...
12/23/2021

The 644th Regional Support Group assumed the Fort Bliss Mobilization Brigade mission from the 647th Regional Support Group during a Transfer of Authority ceremony at Fort Bliss, Texas, Dec. 21, 2021.

Please join us in congratulating the 647th RSG on a job well done and extend a warm welcome the 644th RSG!!

(U.S. Army Reserve photos by Capt. Brandon Fambro)

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644th Regional Support Group, Mobilization and Deployment, DPTMS salutes the life and service of this American hero. Rest in peace Tuskegee Airmen, Brig. Gen. Charles McGee.
"The power of a dream. What power does, can a dream hold over us? To me it is about hope that when your cause is just and morally pure the desired goal can and will be achieved. I believe Martin Luther King gave to the world a shining example of moral character and conviction that was needed to obtain the right to vote for Black Americans." - Master Sgt. Dushant Smith, ADAGC Flight OPS/FUOPS NCOIC #MLK2022 | #MLKDay | 644th Regional Support Group | Mobilization and Deployment, DPTMS
"Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebrates the life, legacy and dream of a man who sowed the seeds of hope and healing in America. It’s a day of in*******al and intercultural cooperation and sharing amongst people all over the world. MLK Jr. and his family endured harassment, threats, beatings, and even bombings. He knew he would pay the ultimate price, but even in the face of adversity he continued pushing towards his goal of equality by peacefully marching, protesting, and organizing. He believed all people regardless of their race, political standing, and economic situation should be treated with the upmost respect and dignity. MLK Jr. was the embodiment of the Army Values. We all populate the same planet and should all coexist in perfect harmony. There should be unity in every community!" - Staff Sgt. Darvin C. Springfield, S1, DEMOB NCOIC #MLK2022 | #MLKDay | 644th Regional Support Group | Mobilization and Deployment, DPTMS
In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, we asked some of our 644th Regional Support Group, Mobilization and Deployment, DPTMS members for their thoughts. "Martin Luther King was best known for his speech; “I Have a Dream”. For me it’s more than that. I’ve learned more from his actions in the face of adversity. To be able to react to prejudice with kindness, and peace. By not allowing those who pre-judge you negatively, to change your character to fit their opinion of you. Martin Luther King’s ideals, are a life-style. Smiling in the face of adversity and staying true to who you are, no matter what anyone thinks of you. Living by his ideals is a discipline that requires consistency. By no means is it easy, but it has increased my quality of life. So for that I am grateful for Dr. King." - Cpl. Gregory D. Allen, CONUS Medical LNO #MLK2022 | #MLKDay
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, observed on the third Monday of January each year, marks the birthday of the civil rights leader and activist. In 1994, Congress designated Martin Luther King, Jr. Day as a national day of service. The theme of the day, “A Day On, Not a Day Off,” encourages individuals to dedicate the day to community service in remembrance of Dr. King’s remarkable legacy and to commit ourselves to instilling his principles of unity and equity throughout the world. "Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’" - Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. #MLK2022 | #MLKDay | 644th Regional Support Group | Mobilization and Deployment, DPTMS
Acclaimed film writer and director Oliver Stone, whose work includes "Wall Street" (1987), "The Doors" (1991), "JFK" (1991) and "Nixon" (1995), served in the U.S. Army and deployed to Vietnam from 1967 to 1968. His wartime experiences would shape some of his later films. 644th Regional Support Group
Soldiers from Task Force 1-194, 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 34th Red Bull Infantry Division, Minnesota National Guard returned from a deployment today in support of Operation Spartan Shield and Operation Enduring Freedom in the CENTCOM area of operations. Thank you for your service and sacrifice. Welcome back! 644th Regional Support Group | Mobilization and Deployment, DPTMS
COVID Cases on the Rise! Effective immediately, due to the recent emergence of the Omicron variant, we are expanding capability and hours of operation at both the testing site locations and vaccination site here on Fort Bliss. During the first week of Jan. 2022, Fort Bliss saw the HIGHEST one-week jump in new COVID cases of the ENTIRE pandemic. We must take measures to protect and inform our community. 💉Get vaccinated now and boosted when eligible! The CDC has conclusive data that supports vaccines and boosters are the best defense against the impact of COVID-19 by reducing the risk of infection, transmission, and hospitalization. The recent emergence of the Omicron variant further emphasizes the importance of vaccination and prevention efforts needed to protect against COVID 19. People are eligible for their booster 6 months following their 2nd dose. 🏥Current Fort Bliss Testing Site Locations: See the William Beaumont Army Medical Center social media sites for updates. Results are available at https://www.tricareonline.com, or call the appointment line for telephone consult to gain results. • West Bliss Site (Building 1029, Chaffee Rd) – (Open Mon – Sat, 7:30 am – 4:00 pm) this is a drive-up test location. This site can be reached off Chaffee between Bradley and Pleasanton. • WBAMC Main Campus (Lot H – WBAMC) – (Open Daily, 10:00 am – 8:00 pm) this is drive-up test location. Lot H is near the Emergency Department parking lot at the new WBAMC Main Campus. 🏥Current Fort Bliss Vaccination Locations: • Stout Gym (2930 Cassidy Rd) is the current COVID-19 vaccination site and is a walk-in or appointment clinic for all Active Duty and Tricare Beneficiaries 12 years and older for initial series shots or booster shots. This location will close Jan. 17. • Milam Gym (2499 Cassidy Rd) - effective Jan. 18, Milam Gym will become the new Fort Bliss vaccination site. • Beneficiary Children ages 5-11 can be scheduled for vaccination by calling 915-744-2273 or going to this website: www.TRICARE.mil/VaccineAppointments
Time is now to upskill the Army’s Officer Corps. Read commentary by HRC’s Col. Gregory Johnson, Officer Personnel Management Directorate director at https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/its-time-upskill-army-talent-united-states-army-human-resources/
In 2021, the Army focused on taking care of people. Here are a 5 ways #PeopleFirst efforts improved the lives, health and working conditions of Soldiers and their families. 644th Regional Support Group | Mobilization and Deployment, DPTMS