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The 364th Expeditionary Sustainment Command has a proud history of serving our nation.

From July 2011 to July 2012, the 364th ESC headquarters served on active duty, deployed to Kuwait as Task Force Rainier and provided logistical support to warfighters in the Middle East.

Stateside, the 364th ESC moved to Marysville, Wash., from Seattle's historic Fort Lawton in September, 2011.

At Fort Lawton, the unit had been formed as part of the Defense Department's 'Grow the Army' initiative, on Dec. 4, 2007. After a period of organization and outfitting, the new unit was formally activated on Sept. 16, 2009.

The unit was originally formed as the 364th General Support Group in New York, N.Y., on Dec. 26, 1965.

After moving to Fort Totten, N.Y., in 1968, the unit became the 364th Support Group in 1972. It remained at Fort Totten until its inactivation on Jan. 31, 1994. It remained on the Army's inactive rolls until its 2007 reorganization.
 
Now headquartered in Marysville, Wash., the 364th ESC has command and control of more than 40 Army Reserve units located in seven states. It has three subordinate brigade-level units: the 96th Sustainment Brigade, located in Salt Lake City; the 652nd Regional Support Group, headquartered in Helena, Mont.; and the 654th Regional Support Group, in Tacoma, Wash.
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