529th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion

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Operating as usual

“It’s humbling. It’s nice to be recognized, but that’s what we do. We’re here to partner with the localities and provide...
04/07/2021
National Guard recognized with special ceremony for Roanoke Valley COVID vaccine efforts

“It’s humbling. It’s nice to be recognized, but that’s what we do. We’re here to partner with the localities and provide the support that they need and so it’s good to see that we’re doing and actually executing the things that the locality needs,” said Lt. Col. Juanita Rohler, task force commander with the National Guard.

Local health leaders expressed their gratitude to the unsung heroes of the COVID vaccine effort in the Roanoke Valley.

“It has provided us with the level of expertise that we didn’t have, but it also has provided us with incredible support...
03/26/2021
VDH publicly thanks Virginia National Guard for help at vaccine clinics

“It has provided us with the level of expertise that we didn’t have, but it also has provided us with incredible support and relief,” Cynthia Morrow, Health District Director for the Roanoke City and Alleghany Health Districts, said.

“It’s very fulfilling for myself to be acting in this role and playing such a huge part in a worldwide event,” Morgan Collens, Lieutenant with the Virginia Army National Guard, said.

VDH officials said their presence has been extremely helpful to their ability to serve thousands each week.

Dr. Cynthia Morrow, Director of the Roanoke City & Allegheny Health District, said her team is indebted to the Virginia ...
03/25/2021
National Guardsmen named unsung heroes of Roanoke vaccine clinics

Dr. Cynthia Morrow, Director of the Roanoke City & Allegheny Health District, said her team is indebted to the Virginia National Guard.

“We couldn’t do what we’re doing in our community without the National Guard and our partners,” expressed Morrow. “It has provided us with the level of expertise that we didn’t have, but it’s provided us with an incredible relief.”

Behind the scenes are a lot of people who make mass vaccination clinics possible. Thursday, the Virginia Department of Health took some time to thank a few unsung heroes responsible for making the vaccination process a smooth one.

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03/25/2021

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The Virginia National Guard has opened a COVID-19 vaccination clinic at Fort Pickett, and all service members are encour...
03/15/2021
VNG opens COVID-19 vaccination clinic, encourages personnel to get vaccinated

The Virginia National Guard has opened a COVID-19 vaccination clinic at Fort Pickett, and all service members are encouraged to get more information from trusted sources and contact their unit to schedule an appointment if they choose to receive the vaccine.
https://go.usa.gov/xsfkZ

RICHMOND, Va. — The Virginia National Guard COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic is fully operational at Fort Pickett, and all Soldiers and Airmen are encouraged to get the vaccine. Traditional status

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03/04/2021

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Virginia National Guard Soldiers assigned to the 529th are supporting operations in Washington, D.C. Read more here: htt...
01/20/2021

Virginia National Guard Soldiers assigned to the 529th are supporting operations in Washington, D.C. Read more here: https://go.usa.gov/xAy6D

U.S. Army Soldiers assigned to the Virginia National Guard’s 1173rd Transportation Company, 529th Combat Sustainment Sup...
01/18/2021

U.S. Army Soldiers assigned to the Virginia National Guard’s 1173rd Transportation Company, 529th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 329th Regional Support Group stand guard Jan. 17, 2021, in Washington, D.C. At least 25,000 National Guard men and women have been authorized to conduct security, communication and logistical missions in support of federal and District authorities leading up and through the 59th Presidential Inauguration. Read more here: https://go.usa.gov/xAy6D
(U.S. Army National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Lisa M. Sadler)

“Once again our Soldiers and Airmen left their full-time jobs and loved ones to answer the call of duty to help keep the...
01/10/2021
Virginia National Guard supporting security effort in Washington, D.C.

“Once again our Soldiers and Airmen left their full-time jobs and loved ones to answer the call of duty to help keep their fellow citizens safe,” said Maj. Gen. Timothy P. Williams, the Adjutant General of Virginia. “I am incredibly proud of how quickly and safely our personnel responded, and they have effectively integrated into supporting the civilian law enforcement security plan. We owe a special thanks to our families and employers, because we couldn’t conduct our mission without their support.”

RICHMOND, Va. —  The Virginia National Guard has approximately 1,000 personnel on the ground in Washington D.C. as of Jan. 9, 2021, and additional personnel will join in the coming days to assist

“This is an important, anticipated and much-welcomed chapter in our collective fight against COVID-19, and it is a huge ...
01/02/2021
Virginia National Guard begins COVID-19 vaccinations

“This is an important, anticipated and much-welcomed chapter in our collective fight against COVID-19, and it is a huge positive the Virginia National Guard has been offered these vaccines early in the overall national rollout of vaccines,” said Col. Robert C. Mancini, the VNG state surgeon. “These vaccines provide 90-plus percent protection against COVID-19 infections, and this is much higher than any other tool available to us. I am confident the benefits of the vaccines far out-weigh any potential risks, and I plan to receive it as soon as it is my turn.”

RICHMOND, Va. — Members of the Virginia National Guard began receiving the COVID-19 vaccine Dec. 31, 2020, as part of the national rollout established by the Department of Defense and National Guard

Issue #21 of the 2020 Commonwealth's Guardian bi-weekly newsletter is available for download in PDF format at https://go...
10/23/2020

Issue #21 of the 2020 Commonwealth's Guardian bi-weekly newsletter is available for download in PDF format at https://go.usa.gov/x7CeE. Please share the newsletter link with anyone you think would enjoy keeping up to date with the Virginia National Guard.

In this issue:

Va. National Guard commissions 11 new officers
https://go.usa.gov/x7CfW

Commonwealth ChalleNGe adapts instruction for COVID-19
https://go.usa.gov/x7CGY

AG recognizes fiscal management workforce
https://go.usa.gov/x7CG5

Marines repair Harrier jet engine at Va. Guard aviation facility
https://go.usa.gov/x7CGm

Airmen show support for former wingman with tribute run
https://go.usa.gov/x7Y3b

VaARNG looking for new warrant officers
https://go.usa.gov/x7C7r

Photos: Simulcik takes command of MTC HQs Det.
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Photos: 2-224th AVN welcomes Viera as new CSM
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Photos: Mason takes command of 229th BEB
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Photos: VNG Soldiers train on new power generators
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Commonwealth ChalleNGe on Facebook
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09/14/2020
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Maj. Gen. Timothy P. Williams, the Adjutant General of Virginia, talks about the Virginia National Guard’s four-phase way ahead on diversity and equality. Read the full message at https://go.usa.gov/xGKcN.

Issue #17 of the 2020 Commonwealth's Guardian bi-weekly newsletter is available for download in PDF format at https://go...
08/28/2020

Issue #17 of the 2020 Commonwealth's Guardian bi-weekly newsletter is available for download in PDF format at https://go.usa.gov/xGamR. Please share the newsletter link with anyone you think would enjoy keeping up to date with the Virginia National Guard.

In this issue:

Hurricane exercise prepares VNG for rapid response
https://go.usa.gov/xGxAu

VNG Soldier first female enlistee to complete infantry training
https://go.usa.gov/xGxsA

Pegg takes command of 329th Regional Support Group
https://go.usa.gov/xGxsK

VNG Soldiers compete in pistol marksmanship match
https://go.usa.gov/xGxsS

Teamwork, attention to detail helps LT earn Ranger Tab
https://go.usa.gov/xGxHt

149th Fighter Squadron welcomes new commander
https://go.usa.gov/xGx6g

CSM Smith’s Foxhole Report – 5th Edition
https://go.usa.gov/xGcTt

VNG SARC hosts victim advocate refresher training
https://go.usa.gov/xGxHu

Photos: 1710th receives 48 new flatbed trailers
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Photos: VNG Soldiers train on CROWS weapons system
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Congratulations to you 1SG Danny Warren on you retirement!  Thank you for over 30 years of service to the Nation and the...
08/08/2020

Congratulations to you 1SG Danny Warren on you retirement! Thank you for over 30 years of service to the Nation and the Commonwealth of VA! Best wishes on your next chapter -we got it from here Top!

Cavalier 6&7-529 CSSB Family.

Brig. Gen. Gallagher, the Virginia National Guard Land Component Commander, has three things he wants to share with the ...
07/20/2020
“Three Things” First Edition July 2020 – VNG Land Component Commander Update

Brig. Gen. Gallagher, the Virginia National Guard Land Component Commander, has three things he wants to share with the field in his first quarterly update.

Virginia Army National Guard Team: I hope this message finds you and your families in places of safety and health. This is the first installment of what I intend to be a quarterly letter to you, the men and women of our Formation. I had hoped this first message would […]

Virginia National Guard Soldiers assigned to the Manassas-based 229th Military Police Company, 529th Combat Sustainment ...
07/15/2020

Virginia National Guard Soldiers assigned to the Manassas-based 229th Military Police Company, 529th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 329th Regional Support Group conduct active shooter training July 14, 2020, during their two weeks of annual training at at Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia. During the exercise, the unit conducted scenarios to train for reacting to active shooter threats both at home in the states and those they might face when deployed overseas.

Virginia National Guard Soldiers assigned to the Manassas-based 229th Military Police Company, 529th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 329th Regional Support Group conduct active shooter training July 14, 2020, during their two weeks of annual training at at Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia. During the exercise, the unit conducted scenarios to train for reacting to active shooter threats both at home in the states and those they might face when deployed overseas.

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07/10/2020

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05/16/2020

Good morning!! CVLR7

Here’s the latest from Maj. Gen. Timothy P. Williams, the Adjutant General of Virginia, on what we’re doing to support o...
04/24/2020
Adjutant General COVID-19 Update: April 23, 2020

Here’s the latest from Maj. Gen. Timothy P. Williams, the Adjutant General of Virginia, on what we’re doing to support our local communities in response to COVID-19 and updates to summer training plans.

Virginia National Guard Team: It has been nearly six weeks since Virginia declared a state of emergency and kicked off a multi-agency response to COVID-19.  Virginia National Guard and Virginia Defense Force personnel immediately went to work assisting with operations, logistics and medical plannin...

"Protecting our force remains our top priority, and all personnel conducting support operations for COVID-19 response ar...
04/10/2020
Adjutant General COVID-19 Update: April 10, 2020

"Protecting our force remains our top priority, and all personnel conducting support operations for COVID-19 response are following the prescribed health protection guidelines of social distancing, cloth face coverings and hand washing. We will continue to drill remotely through April and May, and our training plan in June will depend on the health protection guidelines in place at that time."

Virginia National Guard Team: It has been almost a month since Virginia declared a state of emergency and launched a multi-agency response to COVID-19 and activated the Virginia National Guard and Virginia Defense Force so we could do our part to help the fight. We have approximately 300 personnel o...

“Most of the training will be remote and take advantage of distance learning opportunities,” said spokesman A. A. "Cotto...
04/03/2020
Virginia National Guard to conduct drill weekends remotely due to COVID-19

“Most of the training will be remote and take advantage of distance learning opportunities,” said spokesman A. A. "Cotton" Puryear. “We are using a system of checks to verify Soldiers and Airmen are on duty, reviewing their planned training for the day, then checking out at the end of the day to verify the training was completed.”

A large number of soldiers and airmen with the Virginia Army National Guard will be doing their monthly drills remotely due to COVID-19.

“We know the current situation with COVID-19 is putting huge stresses on our uniformed personnel, civilian workforce and...
03/20/2020
Adjutant General of Virginia COVID-19 Update – March 20, 2020

“We know the current situation with COVID-19 is putting huge stresses on our uniformed personnel, civilian workforce and families. There are so many questions everyone is asking, and we are doing our very best to answer them and provide regular updates as often as we are able,” said Maj. Gen. Timothy P. Williams, the Adjutant General of Virginia.

Read the full message for updates on the Virginia Army National Guard, Virginia Air National Guard and Virginia Defense Force.

Virginia National Guard Team: We know the current situation with COVID-19 is putting huge stresses on our uniformed personnel, civilian workforce and families. There are so many questions everyone is asking, and we are doing our very best to answer them and provide regular updates as often as we are...

“Our top priority is to make sure Virginians stay safe and healthy, and that our response to this situation leaves no on...
03/12/2020
Governor Northam Declares State of Emergency, Outlines Additional Measures to Combat COVID-19

“Our top priority is to make sure Virginians stay safe and healthy, and that our response to this situation leaves no one behind,” said Governor Northam. “From our health department, to our schools, to our hospitals, to our transit systems, Virginia’s agencies and institutions have been thoroughly planning for every scenario. This emergency declaration will ensure we can continue to prepare for and appropriately respond to Virginians’ needs during this time.”

Governor Ralph Northam, 73rd Governor of Virginia

Congratulations to our Soldiers who competed in today's ACFT Challenge! They scored a combined 1,467 points, for an aver...
02/28/2020

Congratulations to our Soldiers who competed in today's ACFT Challenge! They scored a combined 1,467 points, for an average score of 489.

Virginia Army National Guard Soldiers compete in a Battalion Army Combat Fitness Test Challenge Feb. 28, 2020, at Defense Supply Center Richmond, Virginia. Soldiers competed in teams of three, with one officer, one noncommissioned officer and one junior enlisted Soldier. First place was taken by 1st Battalion, 116th Infantry Regiment, 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team; second place was taken by the Recruiting and Retention Battalion; and the 183rd Regiment, Regional Training Institute’s Sgt. 1st Class Benjamin Lehmer earned the highest score at 591 points, with his teammate Staff Sgt. John Fracker close behind with a score of 589.

Congratulations to SGT Patrick Powers of the 1173d. CTC. He is the NCO of the year for the RSG!  Very proud of him and t...
02/23/2020

Congratulations to SGT Patrick Powers of the 1173d. CTC. He is the NCO of the year for the RSG! Very proud of him and the runner up- SSG Ellis Corley (3647 SMC). Now on to the State competition! Congrats again!!

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Congratulations to SGT Patrick Powers from the 1173rd CTC on winning the 329th RSG Best Warrior/NCO of The Year Competition.

The competition included the ACFT, Land Navigation, Army Warrior Tasks, a 6 mile ruck march, a written essay, and a board presentation. SGT Powers knocked it out of the park. He was awarded the Army Achievement Medal and received coins from the 329th RSG and 529th CSSB CSM’s. SGT Powers will go on to compete in the upcoming State Competition representing the 1173rd CTC, 529th CSSB, and the 329th RSG. We are extremely proud of you! Great job!!

There is still time to register for the Virginia National Guard 2020 Military Ball! Registration deadline is Feb. 21, 20...
02/17/2020
Virginia National Guard to host Military Ball in February 2020

There is still time to register for the Virginia National Guard 2020 Military Ball! Registration deadline is Feb. 21, 2020.

The Virginia National Guard 2020 Military Ball is scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 29, 2020, at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in Richmond, Virginia. A reception begins at 6 p.m. with the Military Ball formal dinner at 7 p.m. The Military Ball is open to all members of the Virginia Army and Air National Guard, the Virginia Defense Force, Virginia Department of Military Affairs employees, family members or anyone else who is interested in sharing the evening with the Virginia National Guard.

RICHMOND, Va. — The Virginia National Guard 2020 Military Ball is scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 29, 2020, at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in Richmond, Virginia. A reception begins at 6 p.m. with the Military Ball formal dinner at 7 p.m. The Military Ball is open to all members of […]

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Day before the beginning of AT. Put on your right mindset to hit the ground running. Make sure your families are set and know you love them. Be ready to work hard, overcome your obstacles, grow physically/mentally/spiritually and be safe so you come out of this two weeks stronger than you are today. Slay the Beast! BC.
Team 529! How many of you are facing the “You can’t” voice in your head lately? I know I certainly have! Life has a funny way of challenging us all differently. The “you can’t” loves to accompany us on those challenging moments and test our resolve. Lately for me it has been PT. I have suffered a calamity of injuries over the years, two back surgeries, shoulder surgery, ankle fracture, and recently a nagging IT band issue. “You can’t” likes to remind me of such all the time…” you can’t go running, you can’t do push ups, you can’t, you can’t, you can’t…” It is a constant battle; can you relate? Here is one thing I have realized in my short time-battles are fast and wars are long. Prepare yourself mentally and physically to win the war, knowing that you will loose some battles. Focus on the war! Crush that “you can’t” and own it, whatever it is; school, work, PT, etc. What “you can’t” are you dealing with? -SLAY THE BEAST 529! CSM
Enroute to visit with some of our 1173rd Top Shelf Transporters executing training at Norfolk Naval Air Station. Excellent opportunity for them and for me to see them in action. BC. Slay the Beast!
529th family, just a quick message from the BC on family readiness. It is very important to me that our Soldiers and Officers are 100% prepared to support our Nation and Commonwealth at all times - but it is equally as important that our families are prepared. Without your support we cannot do our mission to the high standard that it requires, and you deserve to know that the command is as concerned for you and your well-being as we are about our formation of your family members. CSM Coleman and I are committed to you and your readiness. With that being said, we are looking for a dedicated group of inviduals who would like to volunteer to help us with family readiness. It doesn't take experience, just a desire to help families along with the Command Team. Please take some time to consider joining our Family Readiness Team and if you feeled moved to help us, please send a message to the 529th page and I will get it from the staff. -Thanks for all you do. MAJ Rohler Slay The Beast!