The finance group was commanded by a colonel, the finance battalion was commanded by a lieutenant colonel, and the detachments were commanded by captains.
What does FB stand for?
FB stands for Finance Battalion
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Samples in periodicals archive:
He commanded a finance battalion during Operation Desert Storm and served as the senior National Guard Bureau representative at Fort Jackson, S.
The FM SPO section also initiated communication with the 15th Finance Battalion in Iraq to learn about reporting procedures and requirements, customer service workload, locations of detachments and their finance support teams' missions, the financial impact of the surge, guidance for the FM SPO section, and the transition process between the 15th Finance Battalion and the 24th FMCO.
Finance and Human Resources Operations During the brigade's deployment to Afghanistan in 2006, it had a personnel and finance battalion as part of its task organization.
The transformation was completed with the transfers of authority between the 125th Finance Battalion and the 82d Financial Management Company on 30 July 2007 and between the 22d Personnel Services Battalion and the 101st Human Resources Company on 28 November 2007.
He split his 22 years of service equally between finance and comptroller assignments, highlighted by command of the 106th Finance Battalion and joint duty as Chief of the Operations and Maintenance Branch for the United States Special Operations Command.
His finance assignments included duty as a disbursing officer, installation finance and accounting officer, commander of the 177th Finance Battalion supporting the 2nd Infantry Division and commander of the 13th Finance Group supporting the III Mobile Armored Corps.
Although it is called a company, the FM company performs the same mission and provides the same level of support as the former finance battalion.