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This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; suggestions may be available. (January 2010) 13th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion 13th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion Unit Patch Active 13 January 1941 – Present Country United States of America Allegiance United States Army Branch Regular Army Type Battalion Role Force Sustainment Part of Forces Command Garrison/HQ Fort Benning Nickname Log Warriors Motto "Strength & Support" Colors Blue, White, & Silver Commanders Current commander Lieutenant Colonel Anthony P. Bohn Insignia 13th CSSB Distinctive Unit Insignia 13th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion (CSSB) is a modular, corps-level support organization responsible for providing multifunctional logistics support to maneuver, fires, and effects organizations as well as multifunctional logistics assistance to other support organizations. The 13th CSSB is currently stationed at Fort Benning, Georgia, and is a subordinate unit of the 3rd Sustainment Brigade. Contents 1 Mission 2 History 3 Honors 3.1 Unit Decorations 3.2 Campaigns 4 Task Organization 4.1 Subordinate Units 5 Battalion Commander 6 Battalion Command Sergeant-Major 7 Previous Battalion Commanders 8 Previous Command Sergeants-Major 9 References 10 External links Mission The mission of the 13th CSSB, as defined by the battalion commander, is to provide proactive and synchronized sustainment to units of the 3rd Infantry Division in support operations to regenerate combat power. On order, deploy to a contingency area of operations and provide personnel, general supplies, bulk fuel, maintenance, water, laundry and bath, and transportation support to units participating in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom. History The Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment was constituted on 13 January 1941 in the Regular Army as part of the 60th Quartermaster Battalion (Laundry) and activated on 25 May 1942 at Camp Claiborn, Louisiana. The unit was de-activated on 20 June 1948 in England. On 18 November 1948, the unit was re-designated as the 13th Quartermaster Battalion and activated 4 January 1949 at Camp Lee, Virginia. The unit was re-designated 1 January 1966 as part of the 13th Supply and Service Battalion, activated 21 October 1977 in Augsburg, Germany and assigned to the 2nd Support Command (Corps). On 30 October 1981, the battalion was organized under the command and control of the 7th Support Group. On 1 April 1982, the Headquarters and Headquarters Company relocated from Reese Kaserne, Augsburg to Flak Kaserne, Ludwigsburg, Germany. The unit moved to Fort Benning, Georgia on 15 November 1991 and was attached to the 36th Engineer Group (Combat). The unit participated in World War II in Northern France and Rhineland and in the Korean War. Decorations include: two Meritorious Unit Commendations, embroidered; the Army Superior Unit Award; Korea and Republic of Korea Presidential Unit Citations. The Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment deployed to Southwest Asia on 11 December 1990 and returned 7 May 1991. On 16 August 1993, the unit deployed soldiers to Somalia in support of Operation Continue Hope and returned 22 December 1993. More recently, the detachment has deployed soldiers to Taszar, Hungary in support of Operation Joint Forge, South America in support of Hurricane Mitch relief efforts, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia with Task Force 1–15 for Intrinsic Action. The Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment has recently returned from Kuwait and Iraq where they supported the 42nd Infantry Division during Operation Iraqi Freedom. During Operation Iraqi Freedom III, the HHD, 13th CSB operated out of FOB Speicher,Iraq providing command and control for 11 subordinate units and attachments while planning and supervising the administration, training, and internal logistical support for the battalion. 13th CSB conducted over 3,000 combat logistics patrols logging over 3 million miles, completed over 85 recovery missions, and issued over 26 million gallons of fuel. The also completed 3,094 direct support level maintenance job orders, processed 56,525 material release orders, produced 47.5 million gallons of water, and issued over 4.9 million bottles of water and 1.9 million meals. On 17 October 2006, the HHD, 13th CSB reflagged as the Headquarters and Headquarters Company (HHC), 13th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion (CSSB) and attached to the 3rd Sustainment Brigade of Fort Stewart, GA. On 27 June 2007, the HHC deployed to LSA Anaconda, Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (07-09) providing command and control to ten subordinate units and attachments. During OIF (07-09), 13th CSSB executes logistic support to MNC-I forces by operating the major distribution activities at LSAA, including the Corps Storage Area (CSA), Corps Distribution Center (CDC), Central Receiving and Shipping Point (CRSP), Central Issue Facility (CIF), Aerial Delivery, and Mortuary Affairs Collection Point (MACP). 13th CSSB provides reinforcing maintenance, water, and cargo handling support through forward-echeloned team operating at 11 Forward Operating Bases (FOB) through the Iraqi theater. 13th CSSB provided CSS training to Iraqi Security Forces to support the transition to national Iraqi control (Logistics Transition Teams).[1] Honors Unit Decorations Ribbon Award Meritorious Unit Commendation Army Superior Unit Award Presidential Unit Citation (Korea) Campaigns Conflict Streamer World War II Northern France World War II Rhineland Korean War Summer Offensive of 1953 Vietnam War Southwest Asia Persian Gulf War Operation Desert Storm, Operation Desert Shield Global War on Terror Operation Iraqi Freedom Task Organization Subordinate Units Headquarters and Headquarters Company 104th Transportation Company provides transportation support to non-divisional and divisional units of containerized, general, and refrigerated cargo by motor transport in garrison or in an overseas theater of operations; provide transportation support to Fort Benning, Fort Stewart, and FORSCOM tenant units. 598th Maintenance Company provides field maintenance (on-system repair or replacement) on an area basis and return equipment to supported units in an assigned area of operations in garrison or in an overseas theater of operations; provide field maintenance support to Fort Benning, Fort Stewart, and FORSCOM tenant units. 497th Movement Control Team controls the movement of personnel and materiel, including accelerating, coordinating, and monitoring traffic moving through the transportation system; responsible for the coordination of bulk fuel and water transportation at pipeline and production take-off points. 4th Platoon, 233rd Transportation Company provides sustainment operations support to Operation Iraqi Freedom and the full range of joint military operations for the U.S. Army Armor Center; Recovery: Provide self supporting recovery assets; HET: Provide self supporting Heavy Equipment Transport capabilities Battalion Commander LTC Anthony P. Bohn, Commander LTC Anthony P. Bohn was born in Minnesota, on 1 April 1962. He enlisted in the Army in 1986 and served in the 19th Special Forces, National Guard, and Camp Williams, UT. He subsequently joined the Army's Simultaneous Membership Program (SMP) and thereafter worked as Cadet until his commissioning in 1989. LTC Bohn graduated from the Brigham Young University in 1990, and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in Air Defense Artillery through the Reserve Officers Training Corps. LTC Bohn's officer assignments consist of Platoon Leader, 3–44 Air Defense Battalion, 32nd ADCOM, Ramstein; Platoon Leader and Battalion S-4, 5/3 Air Defense Battalion, Wackernheim; and General Supply Officer, Bad Kreuznach, 1st Armored Division, Germany. He transferred to Panama and served as Assistant S-3, 41st Area Support Group, Corozal; Company Commander, 110th (Light/Medium) Truck Company; and Support Operations Officer 245th Area Support Battalion, Fort Clayton, Panama. He transferred to Fort Lee, Virginia, and served as Chief of the Basic Petroleum Logistics Division, Petroleum and Water Department. He was reassigned to Germany, where he served as the 485th Corps Support Battalion Support Operations Officer and then as Battalion Executive Officer. He last served as Chief, Logistics Readiness Branch, Logistics Directorate, J4, Joint Interagency Task Force South (JIATF South) in Key West, FL. LTC Bohn's civilian education consists of an Associate's Degree from Normandale Community College in Liberal Arts, a Bachelor's Degree from the Brigham Young University in Political Science, and a Master's Degree from Naval Post Graduate School in Business Science. LTC Bohn's military education consists of Airborne and Air Assault Schools, Air Defense Officers Basic Course, Ranger School, French Commando School, Combined Logistics Officers Advanced Course, Support Operations Course, Combined Arms Services Staff School, Petroleum Officers, Australian Command & Staff College, and the Joint and Combined Warfighting School. LTC Bohn's awards and decorations include Bronze Star Medal, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal with one Oak Leaf Cluster (OLC), Army Commendation Medal with one OLC, Army Achievement Medal with three OLC, Joint Meritorious Unit Awards, Kosovo Campaign Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal, NATO Medal, Overseas Service Ribbon (2), National Defense Service Medal (2), Air Assault, Parachutist, French Commando Badges, and Ranger Tab.[2] Battalion Command Sergeant-Major CSM Stanley O. Richards, Command Sergeant-Major CSM Stanley O. Richards was born in Phenix City, Alabama on 19 April 1961. He enlisted into the Alabama National Guard in 1988 and then joined the Active Army in 1989 as a Unit Supply Specialist (92Y). CSM Richards has held all enlisted leadership positions from Squad Leader to CSM to include 27 months as First Sergeant. CSM Richards' Military education consists of the Primary Leadership Development Course, Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course, Drill Sergeant School, Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course, Airborne School, Standard Property Book-Redesigned Course, Battle Staff Course, First Sergeants Course, United States Army Sergeants Major Academy (Class 55), and the Battalion Pre-Command Course. CSM Richards has a BS Degree in General Business Management from the University of Alabama and a Masters Degree in Logistics from Touro University International. CSM Richards' assignments include Unit Supply Specialist, HHC, 4/1 FA, Fort Polk, Louisiana; Supply Clerk and Armorer, HHC, 1ST Signal Brigade, Yongsan, Korea; Supply Sergeant, DDEAMC, Fort Gordon, Georgia; Drill Instructor, M Company, 262 QM Battalion, Fort Lee, Virginia; S4 NCOIC, 2nd Brigade, 3rd ID, Fort Stewart, Georgia; Property Book NCOIC and First Sergeant, Office of Military Support, Fort Belvoir, Virginia; S4 SGM, 30th Medical Brigade, Heidelberg, Germany; and currently serves as the Command Sergeant Major, 13th CSSB, Fort Benning, Georgia. CSM Richards' Military Awards include the Bronze Star Medal with one oak leaf cluster, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal with one oak leaf cluster, Army Commendation Medal (4 awards), Joint Army Achievement Medal, Army Achievement Medal (5 awards), Joint Meritorious Unit Award, Meritorious Unit Citation, National Defense Service Medal (3), Iraqi Campaign Medal (2), Overseas Service Ribbon (2), Drill Sergeant Badge, Parachutist Badge, and the Army Good Conduct Medal (6).[3] Previous Battalion Commanders LTC Michael Ramirez, February 1994 – April 1996 LTC Gerald Bates, Jr., April 1996 – May 1997 LTC Michael G. Bettez, May 1997 – May 1999 LTC Anthony Swain, May 1999 – April 2001 LTC Scott D. Fabozzi, April 2001 – June 2003 LTC Matthew T. Higginbotham, June 2003 – May 2006 LTC Timothy Sullivan, May 2006 – September 2008 Previous Command Sergeants-Major CSM Wood, February 1994 – April 1996 CSM Saunders, April 1996 – May 1997 CSM Robert Spates, May 1997 – May 1999 CSM Gary Camper, May 1999 – February 2001 CSM Rickey J. Talley, April 2001 – September 2006 References ^ 13th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion – History ^ 13th CSSB Commander Bio ^ 13th CSSB Command Sergeant-Major Bio External links Official website