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The 96th Sustainment Brigade

Serving with our Double Diamond Patch Today

The 96th Sustainment Brigade is on duty and headquartered at Fort Douglas Utah.

This is the only command wearing the Double Diamond 96th shoulder patch/insignia.

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Kristen McDevitt places a command sergeant major rank patch on to her husband's chest, Commander Sgt. Maj. Matthew McDevitt, the command sergeant major of the 96th Special Troops Battalion, during his promotion ceremony in Salt Lake City, Dec. 6, 2014. McDevitt has served under the 96th Sustainment Brigade since 2008.

(U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Kayla F. Benson)


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The WWII Deadeyes Salute YOU!

The 96th Sustainment Brigade served in Iraq

From 2009

Col. C.J. Read, a Layton, Utah native and the 96th Sustainment Brigade commander, and Command Sgt. Maj. Vicki Briggs, from Roy, Utah and the senior enlisted adviser to the 96th SBDE, unfurl the brigade's colors in a ceremony held Oct. 14. The 96th SBDE is replacing the 10th Sustainment Brigade, and will provide support to Multi-National Division - Baghdad over the next year

At Camp Taji, Irag 2009
Other Units who Recently wore the Double Diamond Patch

HHC 191st Combat Sustainment Support Battalion

421st Quartermaster Company
"The Ghost Riders"
"The Riggers"

Thank You for your service!