HHC 106th BSB

HHC 106th BSB Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 106th Brigade Support Battalion - Monticello, MS

Operating as usual

First Army
06/11/2016

First Army

First Army's Observer Coach/Trainers (OC/T) were on the ground to assist and advise Company C, 106th Support Battalion, Mississippi Army National Guard, as they prepared for an upcoming mission during Multi-Echelon Integrated Brigade Training at Fort Hood, Texas, June 8.

Approximately 5,000 Active Duty, Army Reserve and National Guard Soldiers are participating in this year's MIBT exercise. MIBT is a training exercise designed to provide high-level combat training for National Guard brigade combat teams.

(Photo by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Nazly Confesor, First Army Public Affairs Office)

155th Armored Brigade Combat Team
05/16/2016
155th Armored Brigade Combat Team

155th Armored Brigade Combat Team

The 155th Armored Brigade Combat Team has spent the year training for a Multi-Echelon Integrated Brigade Training (MiBT) exercise that will take place for this summer's Annual Training (AT) at Fort Hood, TX. Here's a look at all we have been doing to get ready!

04/22/2016
Mississippi National Guard

Mississippi National Guard

April is Stress Awareness Month. Sometimes when we suspect a Veteran or Servicemember in our lives may be going through a crisis, we are unsure how to help. We all have the power to take the first step to reach out - to find time in our day to talk with the Veterans close to us and see how they're doing. If you need help, call the military crisis hotline at 1-800-273-8255. Video by the MSNG Joint Force Headquarters Public Affairs Office #resilience

155th Armored Brigade Combat Team
04/19/2016

155th Armored Brigade Combat Team

Soldiers attended a Retention Luncheon that was hosted at the All Ranks Club, Camp Shelby Joint Force Training Center, April 9, by the Brigade’s Retention & Recruiting staff. The purpose of the luncheon was to explain the many benefits that are available to Soldiers who extend anywhere from 1 to 6 years. (Mississippi National Guard photos by 1st Lt. Jennifer Corley, 155th Armored Brigade Combat Team)

*****This album is posted so that the Soldiers that extended their time in service can get the photos that were taken*****

155th Armored Brigade Combat Team
12/01/2015
155th Armored Brigade Combat Team

155th Armored Brigade Combat Team

Leaders with 155th Armored Brigade Combat Team, Mississippi Army National Guard listen to Lt. Col. Andrew Watson, commander of 6th Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment, 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division as he tells about his unit’s experience at the National Training Center at Fort Irwin, California during a briefing Nov. 19 at Fort Hood, Texas. Logan highlighted the importance of safety, planning and maintenance in his presentation.

Please read the story of the 155th Armored Brigade Combat Team's recent visit to Fort Hood in preparation of our upcoming MiBT and NTC missions.

Mississippi National Guardsmen! Do you need a job? If so follow our job listings site on Twitter @MSNGemployment
11/17/2015

Mississippi National Guardsmen! Do you need a job? If so follow our job listings site on Twitter @MSNGemployment

Mississippi National Guardsmen! Do you need a job? If so follow our job listings site on Twitter @MSNGemployment

11/11/2015

A message from the Brigade Commander:

To the brave and ready, Soldiers of the 155th, be proud of your accomplishments and unit on this Veteran's Day.

Col. Jeffrey Van

LTC Brown meets with MS Governor Phil Bryant and MEMA officials in response to the deadly tornadoes in South Mississippi...
12/25/2014

LTC Brown meets with MS Governor Phil Bryant and MEMA officials in response to the deadly tornadoes in South Mississippi.

The Mississippi Minuteman - Summer 2014
09/19/2014
The Mississippi Minuteman - Summer 2014

The Mississippi Minuteman - Summer 2014

This episode includes stories about the 155th Armored Brigade Combat Team, 2-185th Airfield Operations Battalion participating in Operation Magnolia Medical Care, the kids annual training event at Camp Shelby, the 41st Army Band, Miss. Mississippi 2014, the 858th Engineer Company and Gen. Darren McD…

Mississippi National Guard
07/29/2014

Mississippi National Guard

Spc. Ann Rodgers of Bentonia, Miss., simulates administering oxygen and checking the vital signs of Spc. Kaye Haywood, of Jackson, on July 24, 2014, at the Camp Shelby Joint Forces Training Center. Rodgers and Haywood are medics assigned to the Mississippi National Guard’s Charlie Med, 106th Support Battalion, 155th Armored Brigade Combat Team. The 155th ABCT is currently performing their Annual Training. (Army National Guard Photo by Staff Sgt. William Hill, 155th Armored Brigade Combat Team Public Affairs)

Mississippi National Guard
07/29/2014

Mississippi National Guard

Soldiers of Bravo Company, 106th Brigade Support Battalion,155th Armored Brigade Combat Team, recover a M577 Command Post Vehicle on July 26, 2014, at the Camp Shelby Joint Forces Training Center during a field training exercise. (Army National Guard photo by Maj. Brooks Little, 102nd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)

Soldiers of Bravo Company, 106th Brigade Support Battalion,155th Armored Brigade Combat Team recover a M577 Command Post...
07/27/2014

Soldiers of Bravo Company, 106th Brigade Support Battalion,155th Armored Brigade Combat Team recover a M577 Command Post Vehicle, July 26, 2014, at the Camp Shelby Joint Forces Training Center during a field training exercise. The 155th ABCT possesses 344 combat track stock equipment pieces of which eighty-five percent is modernized and prepared for stateside and overseas missions.(Army National Guard photos by Maj. Brooks Little, 102nd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)

Spc. Jimmie Beard, Spc. William Rouse and Spc. Danny Merritt of Bravo Company, 106th Brigade Support Battalion roll up t...
07/27/2014

Spc. Jimmie Beard, Spc. William Rouse and Spc. Danny Merritt of Bravo Company, 106th Brigade Support Battalion roll up tow cables from their HEMTT A2 and HEMTT A1 recovery vehicles July 26, 2014, at the Camp Shelby Joint Forces Training Center. A 27000lb M577 Command Post Vehicle was used to maintain their armored vehicle recovery skills. (Army National Guard photos by Maj. Brooks Little, 102nd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)

Mississippi National Guard
07/22/2014

Mississippi National Guard

A Soldier with the 106th Brigade Support Battalion of the 155th Armored Brigade Combat Team signals an M88A2 Hercules recovery vehicle to stop while preparing for a mission during Annual Training at Camp Shelby Joint Forces Training Center July 20, 2014. (Army National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Scott Tynes, 102nd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)

Mississippi National Guard
07/22/2014

Mississippi National Guard

A Soldier with the 106th Brigade Support Battalion of the 155th Armored Brigade Combat Team signals an M88A2 Hercules recovery vehicle to move forward while preparing for a mission during Annual Training at Camp Shelby Joint Forces Training Center July 20, 2014. (Army National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Scott Tynes, 102nd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)

Mississippi National Guard
07/22/2014

Mississippi National Guard

Soldiers of the 106th Brigade Support Battalion of the 155th Armored Brigade Combat Team conduct a vehicle recovery during Annual Training at the Mississippi National Guard's Camp Shelby Joint Forces Training Center. (Army National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Scott Tynes, 102nd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)

07/10/2013
184th Sustainment Command

184th Sustainment Command

Camp Shelby is ramping up a green suit gate guard program and needs quality volunteers(T32 MSNG) immediately. This will run from now until 30 Sep and we are looking for O-1 and below, but primarily need E-5 and below. They must also live within 50 Miles of CSJFTC. Contact your unit for information on how to volunteer.

LTC Brown and CSM Jason Little
07/03/2013

LTC Brown and CSM Jason Little

LTC Brown and CSM Jason Little

HHC 106th BSB's cover photo
07/03/2013

HHC 106th BSB's cover photo

Major "Doc" Susan Horvath with her new PA, both in Charlie Med
06/27/2013

Major "Doc" Susan Horvath with her new PA, both in Charlie Med

06/26/2013
155th Headquarters Company Tupelo

155th Headquarters Company Tupelo

All are invited to the change of command ceremony being held at Camp Shelby at 1000 on Friday June 28, 2013 on the parade field. COL John Rhodes will be relinquishing command of the 155th Brigade Combat Team to COL Jeff Van. Please come out and join us in comemorating this event.

LTC Brown and CSM Jason Little
06/26/2013

LTC Brown and CSM Jason Little

LTC Brown and CSM Jason Little

HHC 106th BSB's cover photo
06/26/2013

HHC 106th BSB's cover photo

12/28/2012
155th Armored Brigade Combat Team

155th Armored Brigade Combat Team

A message from the Adjutant General of Mississippi, Major General Augustus L. Collins:

As we approach the end of Calendar Year 2012, I take this opportunity to say thanks to the entire Mississippi National Guard Team. Regardless of whether you are a Soldier, Airman, Civilian or Family Member, your contributions this past year have not gone unnoticed. The National Guard has faced many challenges and whether it has been training and deploying forces to the Middle East or deploying forces in the wake of Hurricane Isaac, you have been always ready and always there.

As your Adjutant General, I have witnessed outstanding service and tremendous sacrifice. I have also seen the pain and strain inflicted on families as our Soldiers and Airmen continue to receive our nation’s calls. Although mobilizations and deployments have slowed, they will not completely stop for some time. Many of you will be called again to go forward and prosecute our nation’s wars. But, it is what we do. It is our job and no one does it better than the Mississippi National Guard.

I consider myself fortunate to be a part of your team and look forward to serving with you in the coming New Year. I know you will continue to perform in the same efficient and effective manner you have in the past. We might face some difficult fiscal times but we will face them “Shoulder to Shoulder”.

As you are all aware, BG Mitchell Brown will retire at the end of December with more than 40 years of service to his state and nation. General Brown has served with distinction in this headquarters as the Chief of Staff for three different Adjutants General. When I came in, I asked him to stay on as my Assistant Adjutant General and he agreed. During that time he has provided excellent leadership and given sage guidance. His presence will be missed. We wish he and Cathy many years of happiness in retirement.

With BG Brown’s departure, I have made several senior leadership changes.

Maj Gen Katherine Lutz will continue to serve as the Assistant Adjutant General/Commander of the Air National Guard.

Brig Gen William Crisler will move from the Commander of the 172nd Air Wing to the Chief of Staff for the Air National Guard and he will also serve day-to-day in the Joint Force Headquarters in the assistant position.

BG Allen Brewer will continue to serve as the Director of the Joint Staff/Chief of Staff.

COL Jesse R. Robinson will move from the Commander, Camp McCain to the Assistant Adjutant General, Army position, as a traditional guardsman.

COL Mark Valentine will replace COL Robinson as the Commander of Camp McCain.

These moves are all effective 1 January 2013.

12/22/2012
155th Armored Brigade Combat Team

155th Armored Brigade Combat Team

I wish all of you and your family a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. 2012 has been a successful year because of your efforts and dedication. Thank you for your devoted service to the 155th Armored Brigade Combat Team and the Mississippi Army National Guard.

We are thankful that all of our Soldiers who deployed in 2011 safely returned home this year. Continue to remember our Soldiers in Afghanistan who are currently separated from their families during this Holiday Season.

-Thunder 6
Colonel John M. Rhodes
"Dixie Thunder"

08/17/2012
155th Armored Brigade Combat Team

155th Armored Brigade Combat Team

Brig. Gen. (ret) William L. Glasgow will present the 155th Armored Brigade Combat Team of the Mississippi Army National Guard with the prestigious Campaign Participation streamers for their distinguished and dedicated service during deployment security operations in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, Saturday, Aug. 18th at the Camp Shelby Joint Forces Training Center Parade Field at 8:30 a.m.

The 155th Armored Brigade Combat Team has unit representation throughout Mississippi to include unit locations in Tupelo, McComb, Starkville, Senatobia, Monticello and Meridian.

Local media representatives are invited to cover this event in honor of our Mississippi Soldiers who have served our State and our Nation with distinction and pride during adverse conditions while our country continues to fight for freedom.

155th Armored Brigade Combat Team
08/09/2012

155th Armored Brigade Combat Team

CAMP SHELBY, Miss: Congratulations to 2nd Lieutenant Michael Bradley and the other 24 members of the 54th Class of the Officer Candidate School, 154th Regiment, Mississippi Army National Guard. Bradley will be assigned to Company B, 106th Support Battalion, 155th Armored Brigade Combat Team.

PV1 Ashleigh Gandenberger swears in to join Det 2 A Co.
06/02/2012

PV1 Ashleigh Gandenberger swears in to join Det 2 A Co.

The newest heroes to voluntarily join the MSARNG
05/03/2012

The newest heroes to voluntarily join the MSARNG

The newest heroes to voluntarily join the MSARNG

HHC 106th BSB's cover photo
03/20/2012

HHC 106th BSB's cover photo

12/04/2011

106 BSB's CSM, CSM Jason Little has lost his father. Please keep him in your prayers.

11/24/2011

Happy Thanksgiving to all the 106th BSB Family!!

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Monticello, MS
39654

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