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As a reservist mobilized multiple times and as a mobilization officer who prepared a detachment, company, battalion, and very nearly a separate infantry brigade for operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom, I refined a set of staff processes and drafted command and control recommendations that will ease a reserve unit's transition to active duty.
The Army has chosen the third Stryker brigade combat team (SBCT)--the 172d Separate Infantry Brigade, U.
Quality Interest Award winners were 2nd Battalion 153rd Infantry 39th Separate Infantry Brigade, Searcy; Alpha Packaging Inc.
The corps artillery was instrumental in mobilizing the 92d Separate Infantry Brigade (SIB) from the Puerto Rico ARNG (PRARNG) with the mission of planning and executing OGM II.
Units in US Army Alaska (USARAK), in particular the 172d Separate Infantry Brigade (SIB), know this routine all too well.
A little more than three hours later, I received a call from my unit, the 1st Battalion, 156th Field Artillery (1-156 FA), New York Army National Guard (ARNG) Out of Kingston, which is direct support to the 27th Separate Infantry Brigade (Enhanced) (Light).
Among other assignments, he served as a Firing Battery Commander and Battalion Fire Direction Officer for the 1st Battalion, 41st Field Artillery, part of the 3d Infantry Division (Mechanized), Fort Stewart, Georgia, and Platoon Leader in the 1st Battalion, 11th Field Artillery, part of the 199th Separate Infantry Brigade at Fort Lewis, Washington.
Other assignments include serving as Battalion FDO and Firing Battery Commander for the 1st Battalion, 41st Field Artillery, part of the 3d Infantry Division (Mechanized), Fort Stewart, Georgia, and Platoon Leader in theist Battalion, 11th Field Artillery, part of the 199th Separate Infantry Brigade at Fort Lewis, Washington.