91st Training Division (Operations) conducts Combat Support Training Exercise (CSTX) rotations and other requirements for assigned units on collective tasks to ensure they are trained and prepared for deployment. As directed, the 91st Training Division (Operations) will provide training to joint, combined and active forces.
The Logistics Readiness Center provides our customers with sustainable full spectrum logistics in the areas of Transportation, Maintenance, and Supply and Services.
The 80th Training Command trains Soldiers in more than 50 military occupational specialties to fight and win our wars, provide humanitarian assistance and accomplish other missions to keep our nation strong. The 80th provides Command and Control for the United States Army Reserve Total Army School System (TASS) and provides coordinating and special staff support for three TASS Divisions in the Continental United States, and one Multi-Functional Brigade located outside the Continental United States.
The 3-356 Logistic Support Battalion (LSB) provides logistical and maintenance support to the 189th Combined Arms Training Brigade and the subordinate battalions in order to enable them to provide training assistance, support, and evaluation to priority Reserve Component Units. When capabilities permit, provide logistical training support to other First Army units with the Area of Responsibility.
The 31st Seabee Readiness Group (31ST SRG) provides support to the Commanders, First Naval Construction Regiment, Ninth Naval Construction Regiment, Thirtieth Naval Construction Regiment and their subordinate units. The 31ST SRG serves as the personnel receiving and processing activity for deployed PACFLT Naval Construction Force units. In addition to training new personnel in transit, also provides support to our active duty personnel family members through the Family Support Groups.
The Medical Aid Station provides level 1 care to include screening and minor treatment (sick call) to Reserve Component Soldiers who are on orders performing Annual Training requirements for 29 days or less IAW MEDCOM Regulation 40-40. Annually we provide level one care to approximately 5,000 – 6,500 Soldiers in training.
Training equipment
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