529th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion

529th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion Welcome to the official page of 529th CSSB. Here you will find news, photos, videos and resources for the Soldiers of the 529th.
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Counting our blessings Cavaliers!  This was us last year.  In a foreign land far from home. Happy Holidays to you all!CV...
12/24/2019

Counting our blessings Cavaliers! This was us last year. In a foreign land far from home. Happy Holidays to you all!

CVLR 6 & 7

“As we look back on 2019, we can see it was another incredibly busy year for everyone in the Virginia National Guard and...
12/21/2019
Adjutant General’s 2019 Holiday Message

“As we look back on 2019, we can see it was another incredibly busy year for everyone in the Virginia National Guard and the Virginia Defense Force. Our Soldiers, Airmen, VDF members and the federal and state civilians who support them have all been working incredibly hard to build and maintain readiness that is essential to mission success; I thank each and every one of you for the outstanding effort!”

~ Maj. Gen. Timothy P. Williams, 28th Adjutant General of Virginia

RICHMOND, Va. — As we look back on 2019, we can see it was another incredibly busy year for everyone in the Virginia National Guard and the Virginia Defense Force. Our Soldiers, Airmen, VDF members and the federal and state civilians who support them have all been working incredibly hard […]

12/14/2019

Team,

In light of the recent events of a Virginia Lawmaker's suggestion to utilization of the Virginia Army National Guard to enforce gun control laws we want to remind all Soldiers within the 529th the following.

As Guardsman we play a dual role as citizens and Soldiers who serve the United States and the Commonwealth of Virginia. As members of the Army National Guard we are not to engage in any political dealings while in the uniform, on behalf of the Army National Guard, or in general, pair your service with such political pursuits.

When it comes to our service and while in uniform, we are to remain neutral in political dealings. Now as citizens we have the right to express our concerns, but if you choose to do so, do as a private citizen and free from military affiliation.

Please be mindful of what you chose to share on social media outlets pertaining to political pursuits and opinions. Especially if your military affiliation can be recognized (pictures, etc) on your profile. The VaARNG does have a social media policy pertaining to breaches of such posts for service members.

As of this moment there as not been any order to to utilize the Virginia Army National Guard to enforce any gun control laws. Please do not fuel speculation amongst others and remain vigilant of the situation.

The VaARNG policy concerning social media usage and political pursuits will be released via your chains of command for your reference. If there should be any questions please facilitate through your leadership.

As always...SLAY THE BEAST!

CVLR 6 & 7

529th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion
12/11/2019

529th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion

529th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion
12/11/2019

529th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion

Lt. Col. Juanita Rohler takes command of the Virginia Beach-based 529th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 329th Regi...
12/10/2019

Lt. Col. Juanita Rohler takes command of the Virginia Beach-based 529th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 329th Regional Support Group from her husband, Lt. Col. Dennis Rohler, during a change of command ceremony held Dec. 7, 2019, at Virginia National Guard Sgt. Bob Slaughter Headquarters at Defense Supply Center Richmond, Virginia. Col. Doyle Gillis, 329th RSG commander, presided over the exchange of unit colors that represented the transfer of command. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Sgt. 1st Class Terra C. Gatti)

Lt. Col. Juanita Rohler takes command of the Virginia Beach-based 529th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 329th Regional Support Group from her husband, Lt. Col. Dennis Rohler, during a change of command ceremony held Dec. 7, 2019, at Virginia National Guard Sgt. Bob Slaughter Headquarters at Defense Supply Center Richmond, Virginia. Col. Doyle Gillis, 329th RSG commander, presided over the exchange of unit colors that represented the transfer of command.

The Virginia National Guard will host the 2020 Military Ball Feb. 29, 2020, in Richmond, Virginia. It's open to all memb...
12/01/2019
Virginia National Guard to host Military Ball in February 2020

The Virginia National Guard will host the 2020 Military Ball Feb. 29, 2020, in Richmond, Virginia. It's open to all members of the Virginia Army and Air National Guard, the Virginia Defense Force, Virginia Department of Military Affairs employees, family members, VNG and VDF alumni and anyone else 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 […]

11/27/2019

Team,
It is that time of year again-Holiday Season! The Command Team wishes each of you a safe and joyous season and hope you have the opportunity to be with family and friends. For most of us we were in a much different time and space this time last year; physically, spiritually, emotionally, and geographically! We hope this time is one of continued connection and making memories. Keep in mind that this season isn’t always the most joyous for all, for some it is depressing. Please continue to check on one another and reach out if you yourself are experiencing difficulties. And as always remain safe during these times! We will see you soon!

Cavalier 6 & 7

11/11/2019

Best wishes to the Soldiers of the 529th. Thank you for your service and sacrifice! #veteransday2019
CVLR7

10/22/2019

Cavalier Team. Its been quiet out there. Most of us have been back for just over 30 days. Time for our 2nd all hands check since returning. All leaders need to conduct a 100% voice or in-person conversation with your folks. Make sure we have genuine conversation on how everyone is doing and ensure that if anyone is struggling that we are there for support. If anyone is struggling and needs help, feel free to contact myself, CSM, CPT Smith or 1SG Delaney directly. Don’t hesitate. Cavalier Family members this applies to you as well. We all endured different levels of suffering during this last year. Let’s make sure we have the support we need.

“Slay The Beast!”

LTC Rohler
Cavalier 6

The Fall 2019 edition of the 329th Regional Support Group Family Newsletter is available for download in PDF format at h...
10/01/2019

The Fall 2019 edition of the 329th Regional Support Group Family Newsletter is available for download in PDF format at https://go.usa.gov/xV7Ay.

Virginia National Guard Soldiers assigned to the Virginia Beach-based 529th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 329th ...
09/19/2019

Virginia National Guard Soldiers assigned to the Virginia Beach-based 529th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 329th Regional Support Group return to Virginia and reunite with family, friends and fellow Soldiers Sept. 18, 2019, after serving on federal active duty in support of Operation Inherent Resolve since Dec. 2018. During the deployment the 529th was headquartered in Camp Taji, Iraq, and they planned and coordinated combat sustainment support, managing all commodities, operational contracting support as well as maintenance support for numerous units operating in the Central Command Area of Responsibility. Soldiers assigned to the 529th served in 14 locations spread across four different countries. (U.S. National Guard photo by Mike Vrabel)

Virginia National Guard Soldiers assigned to the Virginia Beach-based 529th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 329th Regional Support Group return to Virginia and reunite with family, friends and fellow Soldiers Sept. 18, 2019, after serving on federal active duty in support of Operation Inherent Resolve since Dec. 2018. During the deployment the 529th was headquartered in Camp Taji, Iraq, and they planned and coordinated combat sustainment support, managing all commodities, operational contracting support as well as maintenance support for numerous units operating in the Central Command Area of Responsibility. Soldiers assigned to the 529th served in 14 locations spread across four different countries. Read more at http://go.usa.gov/xVPhK

09/19/2019
Photos from 529th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion's post
09/18/2019

Photos from 529th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion's post

Virginia National Guard Soldiers assigned to the Virginia Beach-based 529th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 329th ...
09/18/2019

Virginia National Guard Soldiers assigned to the Virginia Beach-based 529th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 329th Regional Support Group return to Virginia and reunite with family, friends and fellow Soldiers Sept. 18, 2019, after serving on federal active duty in support of Operation Inherent Resolve since Dec. 2018. During the deployment the 529th was headquartered in Camp Taji, Iraq, and they planned and coordinated combat sustainment support, managing all commodities, operational contracting support as well as maintenance support for numerous units operating in the Central Command Area of Responsibility. Soldiers assigned to the 529th served in 14 locations spread across four different countries. (Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Terra C. Gatti)

Virginia National Guard Soldiers assigned to the Virginia Beach-based 529th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 329th Regional Support Group return to Virginia and reunite with family, friends and fellow Soldiers Sept. 18, 2019, after serving on federal active duty in support of Operation Inherent Resolve since Dec. 2018. During the deployment the 529th was headquartered in Camp Taji, Iraq, and they planned and coordinated combat sustainment support, managing all commodities, operational contracting support as well as maintenance support for numerous units operating in the Central Command Area of Responsibility. Soldiers assigned to the 529th served in 14 locations spread across four different countries. Read more at http://go.usa.gov/xVPhK

Welcome back to the USA! Almost home!!
09/18/2019
529th CSSB returns from federal active duty

Welcome back to the USA! Almost home!!

RICHMOND, Va. — Approximately 70 Soldiers assigned to the Virginia National Guard’s Virginia Beach-based 529th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 329th Regional Support Group returned to the United States Sept. 11, […]

09/18/2019
77th Sustainment Brigade

77th Sustainment Brigade

The torch is passed from Virginia NG to South Dakota NG

In a ceremony held at Camp Taji, Iraq, two battalions under the 77th Sustainment Brigade completed their Transfer of Authority. The 529th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, a Virginia National Guard unit with the motto "Slay the Beast" completed their successful tour and are heading back to their home station in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

The torch was passed to the 152nd Combat Sustainment Support Battalion with the motto, "Sustain the Fight". The 152nd is a National Guard unit from South Dakota and will take on the important mission of sustaining the warfighters in support of Operation Spartan Shield.

09/16/2019
77th Sustainment Brigade

Check out the 77th Sustainment Brigade Liberty Minute Episode 15 for a feature on the works and involvement conducted to complete a Counter-ISIS Train and Equip Fund (CTEF) Divestment. Enjoy the insight as... “Your minute starts now”. Thanks to the 77th Sustainment Brigade for the collaboration and event coverage. “Slay The Beast!”

77th Sustainment Brigade 184th Sustainment Command 103rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) 1st Theater Sustainment Command

Liberty Minute Episode 15-Iraq Divestment
Join us for this exciting episode with the Counter ISIS Train and Equip Fund (CTEF) team and the New Zealand Task Force as we walk through the CTEF program and an actual divestment in Camp Taji, Iraq.

(U.S Army Reserve video by Staff Sgt. David Clemenko and Spc. Anthony Steglik)

Suddenly two gigantic cones of light pierces the dusk of day and finds etched an eerie symbol against a mighty t-wall - ...
09/10/2019

Suddenly two gigantic cones of light pierces the dusk of day and finds etched an eerie symbol against a mighty t-wall - - the symbol of 529th CSSB... The signal goes on and we show up. That's the way it's been, that's the way it will be... "Slay The Beast!" #TrainedAndReady #FightTonight #ForwardAndLight #Legacy

"To the Headquarters 529th CSSB Cavaliers - You did it! Mission complete. The resounding opinion across the area of operations is you all changed the face of sustainment in Operation Inherent Resolve (OIR).

You built trust with our partner nations, higher and lower echelons and with our replacements. Your high level of execution, commitment and vision were the keys to our success. We leave Iraq full of pride in you all and all you accomplished. Well done 529th CSSB... Well Done!

Thank you 152nd CSSB for carrying on the legacy of providing premium sustainment support as the OIR CSSB.

Families, thank you for all of your support. We couldn't have done it without you. As we begin movement please consider Operational Security (OPSEC). There should be no discussion or post in regards to anything on movement timelines, locations, etc. We will ensure you receive proper notification once we are back in the Continental United States. The troops are well and in good spirits. We will see you soon with open arms." "Slay The Beast!"

- Cavalier 6 and 7

77th Sustainment Brigade 184th Sustainment Command 103rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) 1st Theater Sustainment Command 329th Regional Support Group 183rd Support Maintenance Company 574th Composite Supply Company 152 Combat Sustainment Support Battalion - CSSB

John Stocklas, 183d Maintenance Company, is promoted from private to private first class during the 183d Maintenance Com...
09/09/2019

John Stocklas, 183d Maintenance Company, is promoted from private to private first class during the 183d Maintenance Company promotion ceremony at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, Aug. 2, 2019.

Congratulations Pfc. John Stocklas! Continue to work hard and continue traveling down the path of growth in your personal and military career. We wish you all the best in your future endeavors. "Slay The Beast!"

77th Sustainment Brigade 184th Sustainment Command 103rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) 1st Theater Sustainment Command 183rd Support Maintenance Company

77th Sustainment Brigade Command Team visits Camp Taji, Iraq: A focus on one of Task Force Cavalier's operations in supp...
09/09/2019

77th Sustainment Brigade Command Team visits Camp Taji, Iraq: A focus on one of Task Force Cavalier's operations in support of Operation Inherent Resolve.

U.S. Army Counter-ISIS Train and Equip Fund (CTEF) team discusses CTEF operations with Col. Jake Kwon, 77th Sustainment Brigade commander, and Command Sgt. Maj. Ricardo Saunders, 77th Sustainment Brigade senior enlisted advisor, during a CTEF divestment at Camp Taji, Iraq, Aug. 14, 2019. The 183d Maintenance Company, 529th Support Battalion, conducts CTEF divestments to assist Iraqi Security Forces strengthen their national security. Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve is in Iraq by invitation of, and operates in close coordination with, the Government of Iraq. #TrainedAndReady

Thank you, 77th Sustainment Brigade team for the visit. Your leadership and effort have not gone unnoticed. "Slay The Beast!"

77th Sustainment Brigade 184th Sustainment Command 103rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) 1st Theater Sustainment Command 183rd Support Maintenance Company 574TH Composite Supply Company

1st Theater Sustainment Command Sustainer of the Week:Congratulations to SSG Ashley Ayers, 529th Support Battalion From ...
09/08/2019

1st Theater Sustainment Command Sustainer of the Week:

Congratulations to SSG Ashley Ayers, 529th Support Battalion

From the Commanding General and Command Sergeant Major, 1st Theater Sustainment Command Operational Post.
Congratulations, SSG Ayers, on your selection as Sustainer of the Week. Thank you for your outstanding service, dedication to duty and leadership. Your ability to excel as a Force Multiplier is a reflection upon you, your unit, and our sustainment community. #FirstTeam #TrainedAndReady

Way to go SSG Ayers! Keep up the great work and keep striving for greatness. "Slay The Beast!"

77th Sustainment Brigade 184th Sustainment Command 103rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) 1st Theater Sustainment Command

Maj. Gen. John P. Sullivan, Commanding General, 1st Theater Sustainment Command, and Command Sgt. Maj. Bernard P. Smalls...
09/07/2019

Maj. Gen. John P. Sullivan, Commanding General, 1st Theater Sustainment Command, and Command Sgt. Maj. Bernard P. Smalls, Senior Enlisted Advisor, 1st Theater Sustainment Command, visit with Lt. Col. Dennis Rohler, 529th Support Battalion commander, Command Sgt. Maj. Brian Coleman, 529th Support Battalion senior enlisted advisor, Soldiers and Leadership of Task Force Cavalier, and Soldiers and Leadership of the unit, 152nd Support Battalion, Task Force Rushmore at Camp Taji, Iraq.

It was great having 1st Theater Sustainment Command Team on ground. Thank you for visiting and sharing your presence with our team. Your circulation, knowledge, and guidance is not taken for granted. One Team... One Fight. #FirstTeam
"Slay The Beast!"

77th Sustainment Brigade 184th Sustainment Command 103rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) 1st Theater Sustainment Command 152 Combat Sustainment Support Battalion - CSSB 183rd Support Maintenance Company 574TH Composite Supply Company

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Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
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Saturday 08:00 - 16:00
Sunday 10:00 - 16:00

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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!