HHC 191st Combat Sustainment Support Battalion
 

 

Wearing the Double Diamond Patch

 

Ghost Riders

Thanks to the Deadeyes of the Readiness Command for a job well done.

Now home from overseas!

Watch for the article written about their service by Don Dencker in the fall issue of the Deadeye Dispatch.

Deadeyes of WWII are proud of you

Here is the history report Battalion Commander LTC James Groark filed for you to read.

 

See their welcome home on their Facebook page

 
 

 

Change of Command Ceremony



The 191st Combat Sustainment Support Battalion welcomed their new commander, LTC Harold Clements, with a change of command ceremony on Saturday, September 21, 2013. Clements replaces LTC James Groark who commanded the 191st CSSB during their recent overseas deployment to Kuwait.

See More Photos on their Facebook Page

 
     
 

The Greatest Generation Deadeyes are Proud of YOU!

 
         
         
 
Contact for the Ghost Riders serving in Kuwait:
 
 

SPC Michael Gault
Public Affairs Specialist
191st CSSB
Arifjan, Kuwait

michael.r.gault@kuwait.swa.army.mil

 
   
 

Patch Ceremony Arifjan, Kuwait

Aug 25, 2012

 
   
 
         
 
Lt. Col. James Groark and Command Sgt. Maj. Christopher A. Beyer present Sgt. Gonzales with a certificate authorizing the wearing of the 96th Infantry patch on the right sleeve
 
  See More Photos from the Patch Ceremony Click Here  
 
 
         

For more information, Videos, Pictures and The Ghost Rider Post

 
         

When asked to explain the organization of the 96th Infantry today, SPC Michael Gault explained it this way,

"The 191st Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, the Ghost Riders, is one of many battalions under the 96th Sustainment Brigade and are considered "Deadeyes." The units under the 96th SB's command wear the doublediamond patch.

The 191st CSSB is located at Fort Douglas, Utah.

Because the 96th Infantry Division became the smaller 96th Regional
Readiness Command which then became the much smaller Sustainment Brigade organization that it is now, there are down trace units only in Utah and Colorado.

The "Readiness Reserves" is now the "Inactive Readiness Reserves" a
program where soldiers who have finished their enlistment time enter in a reserve pool for four years. This is so they can be called back into service and why there is no active "draft" into service these days. Uncle Sam just pulls people from there; like me."

         
May God Bless You
         

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