• Capt. Tim Stansberry, Headquarters and Headquarters Company 264th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, kiss­es his five- year- old son, Caleb, on the forehead while his wife, Leah, looks on. Stansberry and the rest of the 264th returned home from an 18-month deployment Nov. 20.

    Marching on Home

    Capt. Tim Stansberry, Headquarters and Headquarters Company 264th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, kiss­es his five- year- old son, Caleb, on the forehead while his wife, Leah, looks on. Stansberry and the rest of the 264th returned home from an...

  • Lt. Col. Jason Vick, left of the flag, 264th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion commander, leads his Soldiers in a march towards Green Ramp Nov. 20 to reunite them with their Families and end their 18-month deployment to Afghanistan. The unit's mission was to provide sustain­ment to coalition forces in area of operations Topeka and Raleigh, reinforce support to adjacent support battalions as required and intra- theater 
 air operations from Al Taqaddum in support of stabilization and security operations in the Al Anbar province and Multi- National Division- Baghdad from September 2006 until the change of mission.

    Marching on home

    Lt. Col. Jason Vick, left of the flag, 264th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion commander, leads his Soldiers in a march towards Green Ramp Nov. 20 to reunite them with their Families and end their 18-month deployment to Afghanistan. The unit's...

Tired and ready to go home, Soldiers of the 264th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion marched towards Green Ramp, peering around their comrades trying to catch a glimpse of their Families in the hangar cheering for them.

The mission of the 264th CSSB is to provide continuous sustainment supA,Aport in Multi-National Force - West in order to set the conditions for longA,Aterm sustainment architecture in the sector and to facilitate the establishA,Ament of an independent Iraqi security force logistics structure.

Their tasks varied from mission to mission, but in the end, the condiA,Ations they set led to their success for a self- sustaining ISF logistics strucA,Ature, responsive Sustainment supA,Aport to all coalition forces in their sector. Because all Soldiers in the unit understood their tasks and purA,Apose, they were able to successfully executed their missions - especialA,Aly their final task of redeploying personnel and equipment safely.

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