Bravo Company 122nd Aviation Support Battalion

Bravo Company 122nd Aviation Support Battalion Bravo Company stands ready to, on order, deploy anywhere in the world within 18 hours to facilitate Mission Command. The 122nd Aviation Support Battalion traces its roots back to 1 January 1942 when it was activated in the Regular Army as a Maintenance Battalion, 3rd Armored Division, Camp Polk.

Soon after its activation, the Battalion was shipped overseas to participate in the European front. After supporting numerous campaigns in the European theater in World War II, the Battalion inactivated on 10 November 1945 in Germany. The Battalion battle streamers earned during World War II included Normandy, Northern France, Rhineland, Ardennes-Alsace, and Central Europe. On 7 July 1947, the Battalion was re-designated as the 122nd Armored Ordnance Maintenance Battalion. A year later the 122nd was officially activated on 30 July 1948. The 122nd Armored Ordnance Maintenance Battalion relocated from Germany to Fort Knox, KY. On 1 July 1963, the Battalion returned to Germany and was reorganized and re-designated as the 122nd Maintenance Battalion. After two decades supporting the Cold War in Germany, the Battalion inactivated on 15 December 1984. The 122nd Support Battalion (Main) was later re-activated on 1 May 1987 in Germany and was assigned to support the 3rd Armored Division in Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm. The unit was inactivated after the Campaign. On 16 June 2006, the unit was re-activated at Fort Bragg as the 122nd Aviation Support Battalion assigned to the 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division.

Hope to see you all there!
10/07/2020

Hope to see you all there!

09/17/2020
NCO Journal

Here is the SMA’s This is My Squad initiative. Leaders, get tuned in now!

The #USArmy's new initiative "This is My Squad" empowers junior NCOs to own the culture of small units and care for their Soldiers and Families. #ThisIsMySquad #ArmyLife

U.S. Army Forces Command (FORSCOM)
09/04/2020

U.S. Army Forces Command (FORSCOM)

US Army Combat Readiness Center #LaborDay #ArmySafety Message: The U.S. Army is one of our Nation's largest employers and boasts an incredibly diverse workforce of Soldiers and civilian employees in locations around the globe. This Labor Day we will pause, per tradition, on the first Monday of September to recognize the contributions of American workers and, by extension, the sacrifices you make to maintain our national industry and economy. Thank you for what you do daily to protect our freedoms and way of life. With restrictions from #COVID19 gradually easing, both on post and in local communities, we must remain vigilant not only in our fight against the virus, but also accidental risk. Newfound freedom to travel more widely or visit previously closed locations, such as bars and restaurants, means the fundamentals of risk management are just as important as ever. Both #Army leaders and #Soldiers will need to work together to ensure the thrill of resuming something close to normal doesn't result in preventable, tragic loss. To date in 2020, the #USArmy has lost 29 fewer Soldiers to mishaps than this time last year. We finished July, our deadliest month in terms of fatal off-duty mishaps, with one fatality ... one too many, but a significant improvement over recent history. Our goal is to keep moving the force in that direction and see everyone at their place of duty AFTER the holiday. Every Soldier who makes it home at mission's end is cause for celebration, and it's no different off duty. By playing it safe, having a plan for every activity you enjoy, slowing down to enjoy the drive, and using required safety devices like seat belts and life preservers, you'll continue being there for your family, friends and teammates. This year has been absolutely unlike any other in recent memory, but as always, the Army goes rolling along and makes this Nation proud. Thank you again for your service and sacrifice. We wish you all a safe and enjoyable Labor Day. (See the #Army message at:https://safety.army.mil/Portals/0/Documents/MEDIA/MESSAGESFROMLEADERSHIP/Standard/2020_Labor_Day_Message.pdf ) | #ArmyTeam🇺🇸️

09/03/2020
All American 9

Anyone out there!?

In the 82nd Airborne Division we Live the Legacy. For Pfc. Ramonn Lester, a Human Resources specialist assigned to 1st Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division, that meant continuing a tradition of service that started with his father, Sgt. Maj. (R) Ramonn Lester who is a proud veteran of 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division. Watch the video below to learn more about their story!

Remember, if you are a U.S. Army #Paratrooper assigned to the Division and are a second or third generation #AllAmerican please send me a message. We want to tell your story!

Be safe and have fun Phoenix family!
07/04/2020

Be safe and have fun Phoenix family!

Here’s the good news: Fort Bragg will celebrate July 4th with the only fireworks show in the area!!!  Here’s even MORE g...
07/04/2020

Here’s the good news: Fort Bragg will celebrate July 4th with the only fireworks show in the area!!!

Here’s even MORE good news: For your safety, we’ll follow COVID-19 guidelines.

Here’s the bad news: Because of the second good news, we will not host our traditional July 4th Celebration on the Main Post Parade Field.

Here’s even MORE bad news: Fort Bragg remains at 100% ID check for gate access. Non DOD ID cardholders or those without a valid visitor pass will not be authorized access to the installation.

Our Fireworks Show will start at 9:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 4th. For optimal viewing of the show, we recommend viewing from one of the following parking lots: https://bragg.armymwr.com/download_file/view/71943/14701

• North Post PX
• Education Center
• Callahan Physical Fitness Center
• Leadership and Workforce Development
• Cleland Ice Rink
• FORSCOM Headquarters (behind the building)
• Ryder Golf Course
• Main Post Theatre
• Womack Army Medical Center

All parking lots will open at 7:30 p.m. We’ll have folks at each of these parking lots to help direct traffic. Each parking lot is furnished with port-a-lets, hand washing stations and trashcans.

In order to maintain social distancing, every other parking space will be utilized. Please wear your facial covering when unable to maintain social distancing!

These items are prohibited: https://bragg.armymwr.com/download_file/view/71963/14701

Fireworks simulcast can be seen on our page, https://www.facebook.com/fortbraggnc/ and heard on Rock 103.

Here’s the good news: Fort Bragg will celebrate July 4th with the only fireworks show in the area!!!

Here’s even MORE good news: For your safety, we’ll follow COVID-19 guidelines.

Here’s the bad news: Because of the second good news, we will not host our traditional July 4th Celebration on the Main Post Parade Field.

Here’s even MORE bad news: Fort Bragg remains at 100% ID check for gate access. Non DOD ID cardholders or those without a valid visitor pass will not be authorized access to the installation.

Our Fireworks Show will start at 9:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 4th. For optimal viewing of the show, we recommend viewing from one of the following parking lots: https://bragg.armymwr.com/download_file/view/71943/14701

• North Post PX
• Education Center
• Callahan Physical Fitness Center
• Leadership and Workforce Development
• Cleland Ice Rink
• FORSCOM Headquarters (behind the building)
• Ryder Golf Course
• Main Post Theatre
• Womack Army Medical Center

All parking lots will open at 7:30 p.m. We’ll have folks at each of these parking lots to help direct traffic. Each parking lot is furnished with port-a-lets, hand washing stations and trashcans.

In order to maintain social distancing, every other parking space will be utilized. Please wear your facial covering when unable to maintain social distancing!

These items are prohibited: https://bragg.armymwr.com/download_file/view/71963/14701

Fireworks simulcast can be seen on our page, https://www.facebook.com/fortbraggnc/ and heard on Rock 103.

07/03/2020

This cartoon contains an Easter Egg (if you're unfamiliar with this - I hide things in my cartoons - at least once a week. 1st person to identify it wins a prize.) Sometimes I give a heads up, sometimes not. But this one is pretty hard so I thought it required a heads up - have at it, and good luck!

Be safe out there this long 4th of July weekend Phoenix!
07/03/2020

Be safe out there this long 4th of July weekend Phoenix!

If you live off post and plan to celebrate with fireworks there are also important firework Safety precautions that you should consider while celebrating this 4th of July

Note: Obey North Carolina laws. Use only legal fireworks. Fireworks prohibited on Fort Bragg covered in Fort Bragg Regulation 190-12, Chap 8., Para 8-1. e.

Check out these firework safety tips in preparation for the 4th of July!
https://www.cpsc.gov/safety-education/safety-guides/fuel-lighters-and-fireworks/fireworks-safety

07/02/2020
Fort Bragg, N.C.

Read it and talk to your first line for more information.

#FYI - Leave and Pass Policy

As we begin to lock in our travel plans for the 4th of July long weekend, here's some good news for you.

Company/Battery/Troop/Detachment commanders are the approving authority for all leaves and passes, both local and non-local. Therefore, a General Officer Exception To Policy (ETP) is no longer required for a Soldier to take leave. There are no stipulations (such as extreme or financial hardship, humanitarian reasons, etc.) that would require a General Officer ETP. Leaders - we're counting on you to use your common sense, know your troops, and lead!

Leaders must understand the risk that the Soldier is taking and must counsel the Soldier using a special COVID Counseling form that is available through their chain of command. Message us if you need it. Also, the following website provides a good assessment of COVID risks by county: https://globalpandemics.org. Leaders: know your troops! Add other topics and notes-- such as tips on summer safety, good decision-making, motorcycle safety, financial considerations, contact information, etc.-- to the counseling session as necessary.

For other Soldier travel, such as PCS or mission-essential TDY, an Exception to Policy (ETP) signed by the first General Officer in the Chain of Command is still required.

So why are we doing this, you may be asking. Because we care about the mission and about you and your Family. This is all about Readiness and Force Protection. COVID-19 remains a threat to our force and we will likely live with these conditions for the rest of 2020 and beyond. We all need to be responsible for the risks we take to ourselves, and others including loved ones, friends, our community and battle buddies.

Don’t be the guy! ALARACT 058/2018 - PROFESSIONALIZATION OF ONLINE CONDUCT is a good starting point to educate yourself ...
06/15/2020

Don’t be the guy! ALARACT 058/2018 - PROFESSIONALIZATION OF ONLINE CONDUCT is a good starting point to educate yourself of the do’s and don’ts.

During the #COVID19 pandemic, we may spend more time scrolling through social media. Watch out for #fakenews and maintain a respectful presence online. Your online behavior could impact your career so think before you post!

Get some!
06/11/2020

Get some!

Sergeant Major of the Army Grinston wants you to run 2.45 miles for the U.S. Army's 245th Birthday! Send us a photo of you running with your time and you might make it into our Stories section on Saturday!

Bravo Company 122nd Aviation Support Battalion
06/05/2020

Bravo Company 122nd Aviation Support Battalion

If you know something say something!
05/29/2020

If you know something say something!

The U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command is looking for credible information leading to the whereabouts of missing Fort Bragg Soldier, SPC Enrique Roman Martinez.

SPC Roman-Martinez, 21 was last seen on Friday, May 22nd, 2020 at a campsite near Mile Marker 46 on South Core Banks, one of the islands that make up Cape Lookout National Seashore. SPC Roman-Martinez’s friends reported him missing the evening of Saturday, May 23rd, 2020. His phone and wallet were found at the campsite and he was last seen wearing blue shorts and no T-shirt.

SPC Roman-Martinez is of Hispanic descent and is approximately 5’4” tall and weighs approximately 120 pounds. He has black hair and brown eyes.

An extensive search continues by military and civilian law enforcement.

Individuals are strongly encouraged to come forward if they have credible information to help locate SPC Roman-Martinez. People wishing to remain anonymous will be honored to the degree allowable under the law and the information will be held in the strictest confidence allowable.

Anyone with information should contact Army CID Special Agents at 910-396-8777 or the Military Police Desk at 910-396-1179. They can also contact their local law enforcement agencies.

Individuals who wish to remain anonymous can also submit information via https://www.p3tips.com/.

Download time now!
05/26/2020

Download time now!

#ICYMI

The Army PCS Move App is a valuable tool to make information regarding entitlements and other important information easily available. The app ultimately provides information to have a successful move.

Type "Army PCS Move" in the App store or Google Play for the free download.

05/25/2020

Until Valhalla!

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05/21/2020

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05/19/2020
82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division

https://www.facebook.com/114100341987751/posts/3127189120678843/?

I need you guys to put you BH specialist and leader hats on and promote this initiative. Great opportunity to potentially have your Soldier’s recognized by the BDE command team for making a video or Meme( in good taste) on how they have coped during COVID.

Hello to all 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade troopers, families, friends, and supporters! The CAB command team would like to thank everyone for their continued support to help end the spread of the coronavirus. COL Irvin and CSM Arceneaux have a message to share as well as a challenge. Be sure to watch to see what it is!

#CopingATW #WingsoftheAirborne #PegasusFamily

Also, please also check out the 82nd CAB YouTube Page for more great content! Link in the comments.

1-17 CAV Heavy Attack Reconnaissance Squadron | 1st Attack Reconnaissance Battalion, 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade | 2-82 Aviation Regiment | 3-82nd General Support Aviation Battalion - GSAB | 122nd Aviation Support Battalion | 3-58th Airfield Operations Battalion | 1st Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division

Congratulations!
05/13/2020

Congratulations!

Congratulations to the 82nd Airborne Division Noncommissioned Officer of the Year, SSG Nicholas Branch from Charlie Company 122 ASB Airborne Division!

CSM Burgoyne announced the board winners via video teleconference this morning due to COVID-19 prevention and safety considerations.

SSG Branch now move on to compete for Soldier of the Year at the XVIII Airborne Corps level.

#AATW

05/12/2020
82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division

#CopingATW

Hello to all 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade troopers, families, friends, and supporters! The CAB command team would like to thank everyone for their continued support to help end the spread of the coronavirus. COL Irvin and CSM Arceneaux have a message to share as well as a challenge. Be sure to watch to see what it is!

#CopingATW #WingsoftheAirborne #PegasusFamily

Also, please also check out the 82nd CAB YouTube Page for more great content! Link in the comments.

1-17 CAV Heavy Attack Reconnaissance Squadron | 1st Attack Reconnaissance Battalion, 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade | 2-82 Aviation Regiment | 3-82nd General Support Aviation Battalion - GSAB | 122nd Aviation Support Battalion | 3-58th Airfield Operations Battalion | 1st Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division

05/08/2020
82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division

82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division

Today we want to say thank you to the military spouses of the 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, along with all military spouses across the United States Armed Forces.

We recognize that military spouses are our nation’s silent heroes. Today is an opportunity for us to honor the significant contributions, support and sacrifices you make daily which allow our Paratroopers to focus on the mission.

From supporting our soldiers by holding the homes together during times of trainings and deployments - to profoundly strengthening our communities with your commitment to service – military spouses leave a lasting legacy.

Military spouses are strong, resilient, and unstoppable – you are the force behind the force. We know that the strength of our soldiers comes from the strength of their families - and the army spouse is the backbone of that strength.
So for all you do today, and every day – Thank You!

Happy Military Spouse Appreciation Day from the Pegasus Brigade Family!

#WingsOfTheAirborne #HappyMilitarySpouseAppreciationDay #MilitarySpouseAppreciationDay #PegasusFamily #82ndAirborne #AATW

XVIII Airborne Corps | 82nd Airborne Division | 1-17 CAV Heavy Attack Reconnaissance Squadron | 122nd Aviation Support Battalion | 1st Attack Reconnaissance Battalion, 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade | 2-82 Aviation Regiment | 3-82nd General Support Aviation Battalion - GSAB | 3-58th Airfield Operations Battalion

Beginning May 1st I want to start a company challenge through the Nike run club app. Starting today until 30April I’ll a...
04/29/2020

Beginning May 1st I want to start a company challenge through the Nike run club app. Starting today until 30April I’ll accept all friend request and start the challenge on the 1st. My profile is public so if your interested inbox me and I’ll give you the details. Friends of friends can be added to the challenge as well. The challenge will be 50 miles in a month. First three finishers will receive COAs worth 5 promotion points.

Miles will increase each month. And so will the incentive.

04/28/2020
82nd Airborne Division

82nd Airborne Division

#MondayMotivation starts with PT! Check out this workout courtesy of the 82nd Airborne Division Holistic Health and Fitness director and give it a try!

The workout is:
Deadlift to Farmer's Carry (Five deadlifts, 20-yard carry, five deadlifts)
10 Leg Tucks
10 Medicine Ball Slams and Hop Over
10 Medicing Ball Pass to Burpee

Proper form is important when conducting these exercises to ensure they are conducted safely! This round can be performed for time or done multiple times for a great workout!

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Friday Oct. 20th come support one of our own representing Bco 122 ASB
CALLING ALL SOLDIERS!!! Friday Oct 20th is the next. Ole School Fort Bragg Smoker 1930 at Sports USA Fun Food and Fights. If you have that buddy, coworker, or rival that you wanna call out then this is the place to be. 3 x1 minute rounds of "Get it off ya chest" (-: Who r ya calling out???? (Or come watch em get called out)