The Army Sustainment Command’s mission is to synchronize and integrate key elements of the Army Sustainment Enterprise to deliver ready forces, enable strategic power projection, and sustain operational reach in order to win large-scale combat and multi-domain operations.
In support of this mission, through an enduring partnership between Active and Reserve Component forces, the Army Sustainment Command-Army Reserve Element (ASC-ARE) provides trained and ready Soldiers.
The ASC-ARE is collocated with Army Field Support Brigades during battle assemblies and annual training events. In this capacity, Soldiers provide operational staff support in areas such as intelligence, readiness analysis, current and future operations, and integrated logistics.
Headquartered at Rock Island, Ill., the ASC-ARE has detachments at Fort Bragg, N.C., Fort Hood, Texas, and Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash. The brigade mobilizes Soldiers with extensive logistics background in support of the ASC global enterprise during exercises, deployments, and steady state operations.
The Military Occupational Specialties of Soldiers in the unit include 01A, 02A, 35D, 35F, 42H, 42A, 46Z, 51A, 51S, 53A, 88N, 88Z, 89B, 90A, 91 B, 91X, 91Z, and 92A.
Anyone interested in joining the ASC-ARE can contact the unit at 309-782-0063 or usarmy.usarc.arsc-mbx.asc-are-S1@mail.mil. More information is available at https://www.aschq.army.mil/Portals/54/AMC_FactSheet_ASC-ARE_V2.pdf