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304th Sustainment Brigade (United States)

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The 304th Sustainment Brigade is a sustainment brigade of the United States Army Reserve. It is headquartered at March Air Reserve Base near Riverside, California.

304th Sustainment Brigade
304th Sustainment Brigade.svg
304th Sustainment Brigade shoulder sleeve insignia
ActiveFebruary 2006-present
CountryUnited States
BranchUnited States Army Reserve
TypeSustainment Brigade
Part of311th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)
Garrison/HQMarch Air Reserve Base, CA
Motto(s)Bridge the Gap, Sustain the Force
EngagementsOperation Iraqi Freedom
COL Chris Barra
COL Jon Blatt, COL Robin Jones, COL Scott Swanson

Originally the 304th Corps Materiel Management Center, the unit became the 304th Support Center and received a distinctive unit insignia in August 2005. It then was transformed into a Sustainment Brigade in February 2006, and received its shoulder sleeve insignia in March 2006.


Subordinate UnitsEdit

The brigade is made up of the following units:[1]

  • Headquarters and Headquarters Company
  • 155th Technical Manager Petrol (Quality Assurance)
  • 606th Transportation Detachment (Petrol Liaison)
  • 304th Special Troops Battalion
    • 806th Detachment (Military Mail Terminal)
    • 380th Detachment (Theater Operations Element)
    • 397th Company (Network Support)
    • 387th Company (Network Support)
  • 155th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion
    • Headquarters and Headquarters Company
    • 63rd Transportation Support Company
    • 555th Transportation Detachment (Movement Control)(Area)
    • 137th Transportation Company (Field Services)(Mission Operations Directorate)
    • 250th Transportation Company (Medium Truck)(Cargo)(Echelons above corps)
    • 926th Transportation Detachment (Trailer Transfer Platoon)

Operation Iraqi FreedomEdit

The Brigade deployed to support Operation Iraqi Freedom in late 2008. The brigade relieved the 55th Sustainment Brigade and likely supported Multi-National Division North and Baghdad.[2]


  1. ^ "311th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)". U.S. Army. 10 November 2018.
  2. ^ "US Army Reserve Organization Page". Archived from the original on 13 December 2010. Retrieved 26 January 2012.

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