79th SSC Overview

OVERVIEW  The 79th Sustainment Support Command, headquartered at Joint Forces Training Base in Los Alamitos, Calif., was officially activated on December 1, 2009 with the mission of providing trained, ready, cohesive, well-led sustainment units for world-wide deployment to meet the U.S. Army’s rotational and contingency mission requirements in support of the National Military Strategy.

Under the command of Major General Megan Tatu with a day to day staff of approximately 80 Soldiers and Civilians and 72 Troop Program Unit Soldiers, the 79th SSC executes command and control of the 4th, 311th, 364th, and 451st Sustainment Commands (Expeditionary).

As Operational Command Posts of a Theater Sustainment Command – the ESCs plan, coordinate synchronize, monitor, and control operational- level sustainment operations for Army Service Component Commands, Joint Task Forces and Joint Forces Commands throughout the world.

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An operational force providing strategic depth in an era of persistent conflict.

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