1st Brigade, Southern Division, 84th Training Command, US Army Reserve

1st Brigade, Southern Division, 84th Training Command, US Army Reserve The 1st Brigade, Southern Division, 84th Training Command, is a US Army Reserve training unit located at Ellington Joint Reserve Base in Houston, Texas.

The 1st Brigade, Southern Division, 75th Training Command was originally established as the Battle Projection Group, 1st Brigade, 75th Division (Training/Support) in Houston, Texas in 1995. The unit's original mission was to provide technical support for simulated training exercises conducted by the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Simulated Exercise Groups of the 1st Brigade. On January 27, 2003, the entire 75th Division was mobilized in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. The unit was mobilized for 8 months, providing pre-deployment training to Army Reserve and National Guard units in preparation for deployment to various duty stations in support of Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom. In 2006, the unit was awarded an Army Superior Unit Award for it's service in the War on Terrorism. In 2007, the division was reorganized and the BPG was re-designated as the 1st Mission Command Training Group, 1st Brigade, 75th Mission Command Training Division. In 2008, the unit was re-located to the newly-constructed Armed Forces Reserve Center at Ellington Field in Houston, Texas. in 2013, the division was re-designated as the 75th Training Command, the 1st Battle Command Training Brigade became the Southern Division, and the 1st MCTG became the 1st Brigade. In October 2017, the brigade was assigned to the 84th Training Command.

Mission: Provide various training and support to client Army Reserve and National Guard units.

02/07/2020

I am retiring shortly and someone from the 84th needs to take over this site otherwise I will be deleting it.

11/06/2017

Farewell to the old 75th! Thanks for the memories...

11/06/2017

Effective October 1, 2017, this unit was transferred and assigned to the 84th Training Command, US Army Reserve, ending it's 40 year affiliation with the 75th Training Command.

10/13/2017

I am looking for administrators and managers of this site. This unit is no longer part of the 75th.

Check with your chain of command once the official announcement is made available.
06/20/2014
ACU change: new shoulder pockets with zippers

Check with your chain of command once the official announcement is made available.

The Army is putting new shoulder pockets with zippers on the ACU in hopes of making the uniform more user-friendly.

06/10/2014

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We want the general public to be able to fully understand "who we are and what we do" through the effective use of pubic affairs products that enable that discovery process.

The best way to convey our story is by presenting information about Soldiers in action doing their jobs. Our unit mission is unique in that we are professional part time military trainers who prepare other military units for mission execution. Our mission requires a combination of extensive military experience, specialized training, and effective communication skills.

We look forward to telling our story.

06/09/2014

Welcome to the new official page of the 1st Brigade, Southern Division, 75th Training Command!

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10949 Aerospace Ave
Houston, TX
77034

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(832) 380-7112

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155 years ago today: United States Honor Roll Battle of Sabine Pass II, September 8, 1863 Killed in Action, died of wounds, or drowned Pvt. Henry Raymond Co. A 75th NY Inf (pictured) Cpl. George T. Beardsley, Co. B, 75th NY Inf Cpl. Luther B. Halleck, Co. B 75th NY Inf Pvt. Richard Turner, Co. B, 75th NY Inf Pvt. Dorr E. Parker, Co. B, 75th NY Inf Pvt. James M. Benedict, Co, B, 75th Inf Pvt. Ichabod Bump, Co. G, 75th NY Inf Pvt. William W. Miller, Co. G, 75th NY Inf Pvt. Abram Blakesley, Co. D, 161st NY Inf Pvt. Orville C. Boorham Co. D, 161st NY Inf Pvt. Anthony Compton, Co. D, 161st NY Inf Pvt. Garey Dodge, Co. D, 161st NY Inf Pvt. George T. Gannan, Co. D, 161st NY Inf Pvt. Patrick Hart, Co. D, 161st NY Inf Pvt. James M. Snyder, Co. D, 161st NY Inf Pvt. Adam H. Wilcox, Co. D, 161st NY Inf Pvt. Abraham E. Borden, Co. A, 3rd Mass. Cav., USSC Pvt. Andrew P. Cobb, Co. C, 3rd Mass. Cav., USSC Pvt. William F. Pray, Co. B, 12th Me. Inf., USSC Acting Master Robert Rhodes, USS Clifton Landsman Michael Driscoll, USS Clifton Unknown Contraband Sailor, USS Clifton Acting 2nd Assistant Engineer John Fraser, USS Sachem Acting 3rd Assistant Engineer John Monroe, USS Sachem Seaman John Williams, USS Sachem Fireman 2nd Class William Glenn, USS Sachem Fireman 2nd Class William Robinson, USS Sachem Fireman 2nd Class Thomas Ryan, USS Sachem Fireman 2nd Class Richard Turner, USS Sachem Landsman Edward Niland, USS Sachem Landsman Calvin Williams, USS Sachem 3 Unknown Contraband Sailors, USS Sachem Image may contain: 1 person
ALCON - HEADS UP / One of our beloved 1st SEG, 75th Div, Colonels died 10:20 Friday 21 JUL 2017 / Dean Hanson // tentative Funeral info: 14:00 28 JUL 2017 // Funeral Home Address: 21620 Gulf Fwy, Webster, TX 77598 // Forward this info to as many 75th Division Officials as possible – ASAP // Updates will follow as received // vr - CSM Istvan A. Burgyan US Army Retired ///