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.

05/04/2021
Congrats SGT Moore on your accomplishment!
04/08/2021

Congrats SGT Moore on your accomplishment!

Phoenix Family, your Troopers have been doing some amazing things in March to include;-Shooting tactfully day and night ...
04/03/2021

Phoenix Family, your Troopers have been doing some amazing things in March to include;

-Shooting tactfully day and night on top of military vehicles
-Loading AH-64's to support missions worldwide.
-Completing phase inspections on two military helicopters

Phoenix Family, your Troopers have been doing some amazing things in March to include;

-Shooting tactfully day and night on top of military vehicles
-Loading AH-64's to support missions worldwide.
-Completing phase inspections on two military helicopters

03/28/2021
Stay safe team! 🇺🇸
03/08/2021
Apache units swap in Iraq

Stay safe team! 🇺🇸

1-82nd ARB formally took control of the aviation attack battalion mission for Operation Inherent Resolve from 4-4th ARB during a transfer of authority ceremony.

Congratulations on your reenlistment SGT Roadruck!
03/06/2021

Congratulations on your reenlistment SGT Roadruck!

Congratulations to SGT Patrick Roadruck from our Bravo Company 122nd Aviation Support Battalion on his reenlistment! We appreciate your hard work and devotion to the team and the Army!

Shout out to CPT Ryan Kelly, also from BCO, for letting us join him on his training flight!

Reenlisment Officer: LTC Timothy Harloff

#KeepEmInTheFight

82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division
03/05/2021

82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division

Save the Date!
Register now to join us for an exciting opportunity to participate in an interactive conversation with Mrs. Vicki Cody, an award-winning author, military mother, and spouse of the 31st Vice Chief of Staff of the Army. The #82ndCAB Pegasus Priority Program will host Mrs. Cody on March 25th, Noon-1:30.

Registration for this free virtual event is required and may be completed by following this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYtce-tpzwvHNBBRJAN2prT00XtSiTrClc2

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Mrs. Cody has continued to support military families well-beyond the 36 years her husband spent in uniform. While change has occurred at an accelerated pace in the life of military families since the day she first said “I do” to a young Soldier, the foundation of trust in faith, family, nation, and herself has remained a constant guide in her life.

Mrs. Cody will share how she relied upon this foundation of trust to shepherd her through challenging times and to be a beacon leading her to carve a niche of her own as a pilot and accomplished author. Her life is a testimony to the fact that embracing the military lifestyle does not require a spouse to give up dreams, passions, or a sense of personal purpose.

Her books speak to military families across the generations with the grace of perspective and the easy comfort of a kitchen table conversation. The session will be an interactive opportunity to ask questions of and share experiences with one of the military’s most experienced senior spouses.

Her book, “Army Wife: A Story of Love and Family in the Heart of the Army”, draws on her relationship with her husband, Gen. Richard “Dick” Cody, the 31st Vice Chief of Staff of the Army, through the last days of the Vietnam War to the present-day war on terrorism. The memoir, which honors not just commitment between spouses, but a commitment to military life, received the 2016 USA Best Book Award for narrative non-fiction, was a finalist for the 2016 Foreword Indies Book of the Year, and was listed in Kirkus Reviews Top Indie Books of 2016.

She is also the author of "Your Soldier, Your Army: A Parents' Guide" and most recently, the revised edition, “Your Soldier, Your Army: A Family Guide,” both of which were published by the Association of the United States Army. Her articles have appeared in numerous military magazines and publications.

Her recent memoir, "Fly Safe- Letters from the Gulf War and Reflections from Back Home", will be released in August 2021, by She Writes Press.

#PegasusPriorityProgram #WingsoftheAirborne #OurPeopleAreOurPriority #militaryfamilies #deployment #writer #author #aviatrix #mentor #advocate #resilience #enrichment #armyaviation

U.S. Army Forces Command (FORSCOM) | Fort Bragg and XVIII Airborne Corps | 82nd Airborne Division | 1-17 Air Cavalry Squadron | 122nd Aviation Support Battalion | 1st Attack Battalion, 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade | 2-82 Aviation Regiment | 3-82nd General Support Aviation Battalion - GSAB | 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division | Fort Bragg Family and MWR

82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division
03/01/2021

82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division

March is Women’s History Month. The 82nd CAB would like to take time to recognize the major contributions women make to Army Aviation; past, present, and future.

The roots of America’s military women with wings can be traced back to August 1943 with the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) during World War II. The onset of WASP saw more than 25,000 applicants apply for the program which required a commercial pilot license and at least 200 certified hours. Only 1,100 women were selected.

The WASP pilots flew more than 60 million miles during a variety of missions such as maintenance operational flights, towing of aerial targets, transportation of cargo, and many more essential flights. The aviatrixes piloted every type of military aircraft manufactured for the war, including fighters, but were not considered to be on military status until a congressional bill was passed in 1977. With the passing of the subsequent law, both the House and Senate voted to grant the WASPs military status and to make the women pilots eligible for veterans benefits.

Our first female U.S. Army helicopter pilot was Sally Murphy. She graduated from flight school at Fort Rucker, Alabama on June 4, 1974, and retired as a colonel after her 27-year career. It took 19 years after her flight school graduation before Congress lifted restrictions that kept women from flying attack helicopters.

In 1995, 2LT Shannon Huffman Polson was one of the first women to fly an Apache helicopter. She served on three continents, led two flight platoons, and a line company in her career. As officials debated on whether women should be allowed to serve in combat roles, Army Aviation blazed a trail for women with the inclusion of women pilots in all airframes. To this day, Army Aviation Aviatrixes are taking the fight to the enemy in places such as Iraq and Afghanistan.

As momentous as these achievements are we still have room to grow in support of our women teammates in Army Aviation. Currently, only seven percent of the 48,308 Active-duty, National Guard, and Reserve pilots currently serving are women. We turn to each of you and challenge you to help inspire, mentor, and make a seat in the cockpit for the next generation of women in aviation.

All The Way! Wings of the Airborne!

122nd Aviation Support Battalion | 3-82nd General Support Aviation Battalion - GSAB | 1st Attack Battalion, 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade | 2-82 Aviation Regiment | 1-17 Air Cavalry Squadron

82nd Airborne Division | Fort Bragg and XVIII Airborne Corps | Army Aviation Association of America

#WomensHistoryMonth #WingsoftheAirborne #usarmy

Good Morning Phoenix family!
02/27/2021

Good Morning Phoenix family!

The best Aviation Maintenance Company in the Army enterprise!
02/23/2021

The best Aviation Maintenance Company in the Army enterprise!

Check out our Bravo Company 122nd Aviation Support Battalion successfully executing their DART training exercise!

Special thanks to 2-82 Aviation Regiment and 3rd Special Forces Group-Airborne for providing support for our exercise.

#KeepEmInTheFight #motivationtuesday

Fort Bragg and XVIII Airborne Corps
02/18/2021

Fort Bragg and XVIII Airborne Corps

UPDATE: Private First Class Kristen Parness is no longer considered missing and is not in harm's way. Thank you so much for your concern. People First.

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The 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade (82nd Airborne Division) is asking for the public's assistance in finding Pfc. Kirsten Parness. She was last seen on February 17, 2021, at 3:45 a.m. on Fort Bragg wearing a black hoodie and cowboy boots.

Kirsten is 24 years old and has brown eyes, black hair, and a half-sleeve tattoo on her right forearm.

Anyone with information on her location can call (910) 366-4832 or (910) 922-1891

122nd Aviation Support Battalion
01/29/2021

122nd Aviation Support Battalion

Thank you to 1LT Darland for your time and dedication to our Soldiers and their Families as our Battalion Soldiers and Family Readiness Liaison. We wish you luck in your future endeavors!

Also Happy Birthday to our ACO Solider and Family Readiness Leader Hannah 🥳

#KeepEmInTheFight

01/29/2021
COVID-19 VACCINATION UPDATEFort Bragg now begins vaccination of high-risk beneficiaries over the age of 16. The medical ...
01/26/2021

COVID-19 VACCINATION UPDATE

Fort Bragg now begins vaccination of high-risk beneficiaries over the age of 16. The medical team continues with COVID-19 vaccination for the following groups:

👉Medical personnel and first responders
👉Immediate Response Forces and contingency forces
👉Soldiers deploying within 90 days
👉Beneficiaries aged 65 and older
👉Essential installation workers, teachers, and school administration, Child and Youth Services staff, Commissary and postal office staff, and installation food service workers

Vaccination will take place at one of two locations🏢:

Sports USA facility
3-2102 Longstreet Road
Fort Bragg, NC 28310

Womack Army Medical Center
2817 Reilly Road
Fort Bragg, NC 28310

All qualified beneficiaries will receive an appointment via automated phone call. This call will provide the beneficiary with a day, time slot, and location for vaccination.

For more information, call the COVID-19 vaccine information line at (910) 907-1000 or visit: https://home.army.mil/bragg/index.php/about/covid-19

To download the COVID-19 Vaccination Info Sheet visit: https://home.army.mil/bragg/index.php/download_file/view/14649/945

COVID-19 VACCINATION UPDATE

Fort Bragg now begins vaccination of high-risk beneficiaries over the age of 16. The medical team continues with COVID-19 vaccination for the following groups:

👉Medical personnel and first responders
👉Immediate Response Forces and contingency forces
👉Soldiers deploying within 90 days
👉Beneficiaries aged 65 and older
👉Essential installation workers, teachers, and school administration, Child and Youth Services staff, Commissary and postal office staff, and installation food service workers

Vaccination will take place at one of two locations🏢:

Sports USA facility
3-2102 Longstreet Road
Fort Bragg, NC 28310

Womack Army Medical Center
2817 Reilly Road
Fort Bragg, NC 28310

All qualified beneficiaries will receive an appointment via automated phone call. This call will provide the beneficiary with a day, time slot, and location for vaccination.

For more information, call the COVID-19 vaccine information line at (910) 907-1000 or visit: https://home.army.mil/bragg/index.php/about/covid-19

To download the COVID-19 Vaccination Info Sheet visit: https://home.army.mil/bragg/index.php/download_file/view/14649/945

82nd Airborne Division 1st Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division 82nd Airborne Division Sustainment Brigade 3rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command 108th Air Defense Artillery Brigade 18th Field Artillery Brigade 4th Psychological Operations Group - Airborne 1st Special Forces Command - Airborne

Nothing new, just something reenergized! #NCOsLeadTheWay
01/23/2021

Nothing new, just something reenergized! #NCOsLeadTheWay

“This Is My Squad,” an initiative of Sgt. Maj. of the Army Michael A. Grinston, aims to build more cohesive units across the #USArmy and empower noncommissioned officers with the leadership skills to anticipate issues and address them early on.

Read more here: https://www.army.mil/article/242207?dmd

#TIMS | #PeopleFirst

01/23/2021
All American 9

I know we have some very creative Troopers within the formation! Do you have what it takes?

This March we want to offer a new competition for our #Paratroopers in the barracks! To compete in the #ThisIsMyHome contest, decorate your room as festively as you can for Saint Patrick's Day. Then, send an email to the #AllAmerican Division Better Opportunity for Single Soldiers representative including: rank, last name, first name, unit, building, room and phone number. She will schedule a time for us to come judge your decorations and the winner will receive a variety of prizes! Send your submission information to [email protected] before March 15!

Pegasus H2F
12/09/2020

Pegasus H2F

👋 Get to know the Pegasus H2F Performance Team. Let us know how we can help you or your unit!

‼️ Did you you know the BDE H2F Section will eventually consist of 37 personnel - military and civilian strength coaches, physical therapists, athletic trainers, occupational therapists, cognitive performance experts, and dietitians to name a few!

82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division 3-82nd General Support Aviation Battalion - GSAB 122nd Aviation Support Battalion 1-17 Air Cavalry Squadron 1st Attack Battalion, 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade 2-82 Aviation Regiment

#H2F #Army #ArmyFitness #Readiness #WinningMatters

Looking forward to see you all this Friday!
12/07/2020

Looking forward to see you all this Friday!

Hope to see you all this Friday! Happy holidays🎄 🎅
12/07/2020

Hope to see you all this Friday! Happy holidays🎄 🎅

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11/22/2020
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Free Christmas trees for active duty personnel E-6 and Below only. Must have DOD ID Card and voucher. After 10 am trees will be given out to non-voucher holders E-6 and Below with DOD ID card until trees are gone.  

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!

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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)