3rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command

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3rd ESC provides C2 as an expeditionary operational-level sustainment headquarters overseeing sustainment and distribution management linking strategic and tactical sustainment. Capable of: 1. Command and Control for 5 Sustainment Brigades and 2 BCTs organized to conduct Convoy and Base Security 2. Theater Sustainment and Distribution Management Operations 3. Conduct Theater Opening and Reception, Staging and Onward Movement of Forces 4. Provide Personnel and Health Services Support 5. Provide Area Security

3rd ESC provides C2 as an expeditionary operational-level sustainment headquarters overseeing sustainment and distribution management linking strategic and tactical sustainment. Capable of: 1. Command and Control for 5 Sustainment Brigades and 2 BCTs organized to conduct Convoy and Base Security 2. Theater Sustainment and Distribution Management Operations 3. Conduct Theater Opening and Reception, Staging and Onward Movement of Forces 4. Provide Personnel and Health Services Support 5. Provide Area Security

Mission: The 3rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command provides logistics and distribution management anywhere, at any time, in any environment, against any adversary.

Operating as usual

Lt. Gen. Michael "Erik" Kurilla, commanding general of the XVIII Airborne Corps, recognized Soldiers of the 25th Quarter...
12/14/2020

Lt. Gen. Michael "Erik" Kurilla, commanding general of the XVIII Airborne Corps, recognized Soldiers of the 25th Quartermaster Company Friday for placing second in the XVIII ABC's 2020 Thanksgiving competition. Two hundred and fifty-seven Soldiers were treated to a Thanksgiving meal with a 90s theme.

The Army Food Service leads from the Joint Culinary Center of Excellence (JCCOE) visited Fort Bragg to help improve our ...
11/25/2020

The Army Food Service leads from the Joint Culinary Center of Excellence (JCCOE) visited Fort Bragg to help improve our Food Program efforts. Sergeant Major DiFatta, the Corps Chief Culinary management SGM, escorted Chief Warrant Officer 5 Hicks, Sergeant Major Fauska, and Mr. Donaldson through our food truck, Warrior Restaurants, and Outpost Kiosk. The team conducted an out brief with Brigadier General Curtis and Command Sergeant Major Redd.

The JCCOE serves as the focal point for all Army Food Program issues, including lead organization for the Department of the Army (DA) G4 food program in doctrine development, policy and procedures, garrison, field, and subsistence supply operations.

Thanksgiving is one of our nation’s most broadly celebrated holiday that occurs on the fourth Thursday of November each ...
11/24/2020

Thanksgiving is one of our nation’s most broadly celebrated holiday that occurs on the fourth Thursday of November each year. To show gratitude to our Soldiers, our Sustainer Warrior Restaurant prepared a traditional Thanksgiving meal for Thanksgiving Day Observance.

80’s Style Themed.

HAPPY THANKSGIVING from the 3rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command.

“Sustaining the Line!”

#Thanksgiving #sustainingtheline #WinningMatters #PeopleFirst #ArmyStrong

Fort Bragg Culinary Outpost Kiosk is officially open for business. The kiosk will be located at Building H-5718/3645 dir...
10/22/2020

Fort Bragg Culinary Outpost Kiosk is officially open for business. The kiosk will be located at Building H-5718/3645 directly behind the Iron Mike Gym.

Soldiers from 264th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 25th Quarter Master Company will provide world-class dining services at Outpost Kiosk.

When you’re feeling hungry be sure to check us out. The hours of operation will be from 6 A.M. to 6 P.M. #SustainingtheLine #WinningMatters

Under the clear blue skies of Fort Benning, GA, 19 of our Soldiers graduated from the Basic Airborne Course.  This histo...
10/08/2020

Under the clear blue skies of Fort Benning, GA, 19 of our Soldiers graduated from the Basic Airborne Course. This historic moment marks the first group of many Sustainer graduates from 3ESC.

Of the 230 graduates, PFC Martinez of HHC 3ESC, received the distinguished recognition of enlisted Honor Graduate. LT Vercellone of 25th QM CO received the distinguished recognition of officer Honor Graduate. They earned the William "RED" King Award for their attention to detail during Ground Week, flawless execution of tasks during Tower Week, and a rigorous written exam during Jump Week.

Who else wants to jump out of a perfectly good aircraft while in flight?

#AATW #ATW #FuryFromTheSky #winningmatters #ArmyStrong #SustainingTheLine
330th Transportation Battalion 264th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion

Congratulations to 25th Quartermaster Company! The company closed out FY20 by winning the 4th quarter FY20 Superior Warr...
10/08/2020

Congratulations to 25th Quartermaster Company! The company closed out FY20 by winning the 4th quarter FY20 Superior Warrior Restaurant of the Quarter competition.
#winningmatters #peoplefirst

Congratulations to the 25th Quartermaster Company for #winning the 4QFY20 Superior Warrior Restaurant of the Quarter competition!

Congratulations to 3ESC Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO) and Soldier of the Year for FY20. Last week, Sergeant Xuan, Feng ...
10/06/2020

Congratulations to 3ESC Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO) and Soldier of the Year for FY20. Last week, Sergeant Xuan, Feng 330th Transportation Battalion and Specialist Floyd Chambers 264th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion competed amongst their peers and earned the distinction.
#winningmatters

3ESC conducted 100% Army Body Composition screening of all assigned personnel over a seven day period. The primary objec...
10/02/2020

3ESC conducted 100% Army Body Composition screening of all assigned personnel over a seven day period. The primary objective of the Army Body Composition Program is to ensure all Soldiers achieve and maintain optimal well-being and performance under all conditions.

Secondary objectives of the program are to assist in establlishing and maintaining operational readiness, physical fitness, health, and a professional military appearance.

Final Call: Thursday, September 24th will be the last day to purchase your 3ESC 70th anniversary commemorative print. Th...
09/22/2020

Final Call: Thursday, September 24th will be the last day to purchase your 3ESC 70th anniversary commemorative print. The order will be submitted on Friday.
Unfortunately, due to our limited ability to accept credit transactions, this is a cash purchase only.
Thank you and for 70 strong years of "Sustaining the Line"!

UPDATE: The 3ESC Town hall will be held on September 23, 2020 at 1:30 p.m. via Facebook Live.The 3ESC  Command Team, Bri...
09/21/2020

UPDATE: The 3ESC Town hall will be held on September 23, 2020 at 1:30 p.m. via Facebook Live.

The 3ESC Command Team, Brig. Gen. Curtis and Command Sgt. Maj. Redd, want to hear from you. Submit your questions to the [email protected] by September 22, 2020.

The questions submitted will be answered during the Facebook Live session.

09/19/2020
70th Anniversary Reflection

Brig. Gen. Lance G. Curtis and Command Sgt. Maj. Phelicea M. Redd conclude #3ESCBIG70 celebration with a reflection on the rich heritage of the 3rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command. They are followed by former Commanding Generals and Command Sergeant Majors; wishing a Happy Anniversary to all former and present Sustainers.
#SustaingTheLine #WinningMatters

#3ESCBIG70 week long celebration may have come to a close; however, these past 70 years we have and we will continue to ...
09/18/2020

#3ESCBIG70 week long celebration may have come to a close; however, these past 70 years we have and we will continue to "Sustain The Line" while providing world class logistical support when our nation calls. What is a celebration without having some cake and award presentations to this week's event winners.

#SustainingTheLine #WinningMatters

264th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion 330th Transportation Battalion

09/18/2020
U.S. Army

Happy 73rd birthday to the U.S. Air Force! Go Blue! Aim High!

Happy 73rd Birthday to the United States Air Force!

On this day in 1947, what was once known as the #USArmy Air Corps officially became the United States Air Force.

#FlyFightWin | #HBD

Soldiers in 3ESC departed Ft. Bragg, NC to attend the Basic Airborne Course at Ft. Benning, GA. 264th Combat Sustainment...
09/18/2020

Soldiers in 3ESC departed Ft. Bragg, NC to attend the Basic Airborne Course at Ft. Benning, GA.

264th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion 330th Transportation Battalion

#sustainingtheline #ATW #airborne #winningmatters

This morning Soldiers from 3ESC participated in a 3.7 mile "This is my squad"  foot march, in celebration of 70 years of...
09/17/2020

This morning Soldiers from 3ESC participated in a 3.7 mile "This is my squad" foot march, in celebration of 70 years of "Sustaining the Line". The event brought squads together, strengthening their cohesion and morale while increasing physical readiness.

Tune in tomorrow for our last event of the "Big 70"
#ESCBIG70 #SustainingTheLine

264th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion 330th Transportation Battalion #TIMS #ThisIsMySquad

POSTPONED: Due to competing requirements,  the 3ESC Virtual Town Hall via Facebook Live has been postponed to Thursday, ...
09/16/2020

POSTPONED: Due to competing requirements, the 3ESC Virtual Town Hall via Facebook Live has been postponed to Thursday, September 24, 2020. More details will be provided in the coming days.

In the meantime, the command team still wants to hear from you! Continue to submit your questions for Brig. Gen. Curtis and Command Sergeant Maj. Redd at [email protected].

#SustainingtheLine

As we celebrate 70 years of "Sustaining the Line", Soldiers from 3ESC tenent units selected four members to represent th...
09/15/2020

As we celebrate 70 years of "Sustaining the Line", Soldiers from 3ESC tenent units selected four members to represent them in today's "Workout of The Day" Challenge. The teams competed against each other in a series of individual and group exercises. There's nothing like a little "Sustainer Competition" to get your day going!

Follow us this week to catch us in action as we celebrate the "Big 70"! #3ESCBIG70 #SustainingTheLine

264th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion 330th Transportation Battalion

#3ESCBIG70 Run starts today! 3.7 miles from September 14-17 @ 0900 and help celebrate the 3rd Expeditionary Sustainment ...
09/14/2020

#3ESCBIG70 Run starts today! 3.7 miles from September 14-17 @ 0900 and help celebrate the 3rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command’s 70th anniversary all this week.

Make sure to snap a photo and to tag #3escbig70 and #sustainingtheline. Run/Walk and upload a photo to the @3dESC page.

264th Combat Sustainment Support
330th Transportation Battalion

3ESC has been sustaining the line for 70 Years! We are celebrating September 14th through 18th. Join us (Past or Present...
09/12/2020

3ESC has been sustaining the line for 70 Years! We are celebrating September 14th through 18th. Join us (Past or Present Sustainers, Military family members, and Civilans) as we commemorate the anniversary. Use #3ESCBIG70 in all posts ALL WEEK LONG!

September 14th- 3.70 Run (online or virtual ends SEPTEMBER 17TH)
September 15th-Workout for the day (rounds for time)
September 16th- ACFT Lanes
September 17th- 3.70 “This Is My Squad” Ruck March
September 18th- Cake Cutting & Winner Announcement

More Details will follow each event. Come back everyday this week to the 3ESC page for more details.

264th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion
330th Transportation Battalion

“The attacks of September 11th were intended to break our spirit. Instead we have emerged stronger and more unified. We ...
09/11/2020

“The attacks of September 11th were intended to break our spirit. Instead we have emerged stronger and more unified. We feel renewed devotion to the principles of political, economic and religious freedom, the rule of law and respect for human life. We are more determined than ever to live our lives in freedom.” — Rudy Giuliani

Soldiers and Family members of Fort Bragg paid tribute to the fallen during the 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony today at the Eternal Flame on Fort Bragg. The ceremony highlighted both U.S. Army Soldiers and U.S. first responders who were affected by the terror attacks in Sept. 11, 2001.

U.S. Army
09/11/2020

U.S. Army

On Patriot Day, we solemnly remember the nearly 3,000 people who perished on September 11, 2001.

We honor the brave first responders who showed extraordinary courage to save others on that fateful day & the heroic men and women of our Armed Forces who fought in defense of our country in the aftermath of the largest terrorist attack on American soil.

#PatriotDay | #NeverForget | #ArmyFamily

XVIII Airborne Corps
09/11/2020

XVIII Airborne Corps

Past and present commaders and command sergeants major of XVIII Corps attend the Dragon Honors Ceremony and State of The Corps hosted by Lt. Gen. Michael 'Erik' Kurilla, commanding general of XVIII ABC. The grand ceremony presented the opportunity to welcome new leaders to the #skydragon family and gave an update on the future of the corps. 3rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command

2nd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division
09/11/2020

2nd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division

After a few months downrange, the falcon brigade is excited to welcome back some of our paratroopers.

#LetsGo #AATW

As we commemorate the 19th anniversary since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, let us "Never Forget"!
09/11/2020

As we commemorate the 19th anniversary since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, let us "Never Forget"!

For the next two nights, lights will illuminate the Pentagon 9/11 memorial. A moving tribute to those that lost their lives in the World Trade Center, on Flight 93, and of course, at the Pentagon, 19 years ago Friday.

3ESC is having a town hall on September 17, 2020 at 1330.The Command Team, Brig. Gen. Curtis and Command Sgt. Maj., want...
09/10/2020

3ESC is having a town hall on September 17, 2020 at 1330.

The Command Team, Brig. Gen. Curtis and Command Sgt. Maj., want to hear your questions. Submit your questions to the [email protected] by September 16, 2020. It will be a Facebook live event.

Questions can be anonymous (if you choose to remain anonymous).

Great PT Session with Chaplain Maj. George Tyger! Workout included Burpees, Air Squats and Leg Raises and so much more. ...
09/08/2020

Great PT Session with Chaplain Maj. George Tyger! Workout included Burpees, Air Squats and Leg Raises and so much more. Soldiers were feeling physically ready to start the day at 3rd ESC.
---Voluntary Sessions held every Thursday.----
Chaplain Maj. George Tyger made sure to discuss techniques to reduce stress levels such as breathing techniques and mindfulness stress reduction. The team ended the session with open discussions on "People First" and Project Inclusion" initiatives.

Chaplain Maj. George Tyger is a Family Life/Deputy Command Chaplain. If you want to schedule unit PT Sessions like the this one please contact 910-396-8985.

Calling all Sustainers from 3rd ESC! The commemorative album sale is going on NOW! Sale ends on October 31st. If you ord...
09/08/2020

Calling all Sustainers from 3rd ESC! The commemorative album sale is going on NOW! Sale ends on October 31st. If you order before October 31st and it will only be $31 per album. Remember all the good times at 3rd ESC with the album. Visit https://commpe.pictavo.com to place your order with School ID #91107.

#3ESCBIG70 #sustainingtheline #WinningMatters #alltheway

It's that time again for 3rd ESC Workout Plan! Join the Headquarters and Headquarters Company Commander and First Sergea...
09/04/2020

It's that time again for 3rd ESC Workout Plan! Join the Headquarters and Headquarters Company Commander and First Sergeant for "Fit Friday"! Check out the workout plan below and remember to 'drink wwwaattttteeeer'! Happy friday and stay safe! #SustainingTheLine #WinningMatters

3rd ESC Command Team had a blast at the M-9 range this morning! Staff Sgt. Smith conducted a PMI for Brig. Gen. Lance G....
09/02/2020

3rd ESC Command Team had a blast at the M-9 range this morning! Staff Sgt. Smith conducted a PMI for Brig. Gen. Lance G. Curtis and Command Sgt. Maj. Phelicea M. Redd along with other senior leaders before qualifying on their M-9 on 2 Sept. 2020 at Fort Bragg, Nc.

*Photos/Videos taken by 1st LT John Bigler, Spc. Chafelmer Kroll, and Sgt. Sonia Smith

09/01/2020

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Happy birthday 70th Bd 3ESC! #Sustainingtheline!
Had to represent my unit HHD 330th MCB, and give a big shoutout to 3ESC for being a great service to our Soldiers for the past 70yrs! This is where Sustainment starts and finishes... We’re 3rd ESC, Sustaining the line!! #3ESCBIG70! #330THMCB; #❤️OftheDragon🔥!
BG Smith, congratulations the 3rd ESC is a better organaztion because of your outstanding leadership. I wish you all the best on your next assignment as the COT.
LTC Mills, former 3ESC Deputy SPO and Chief of Distribution Integration Branch, received a Defense Meritorious Service Medal for outstanding service in support of Office Security Cooperation - Iraq initiatives. LTC Mills is scheduled to redeploy and report back to 3ESC early June.
DFAC Closure Bus Plan for THU 25 APR 2019.
3rd ESC member leading the charge for logistics in the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq in support of Office of Security Cooperation - Iraq (OSC-I). LTC Mills, previous 3ESC Deputy SPO, is the Chief of Logistics Operations and End Use Monitoring for OSC-I. This team is responsible for the transportation, divestment and inspection of U.S. defense articles divested to the Iraqi Security Forces.
Harnett County Memorial Day Ceremony.
the people of puerto rico are sure going to be glad to see you guys roll in.
Zach's battalions page
264th CSSB heading to support Florida!!! #victory
COL Taylor presenting SSG (P) Marco Ecute an ARCOM for his PCS award. SSG (P) Ecute is headed to Fort Lee VA to be an AIT PLT SGT.
COL Taylor presenting SPC Black an AAM for winning SOM board.