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

  •  July 2011 to July 2012: Our headquarters served on active duty, deployed to Kuwait as Task Force Rainier and provided logistical support to warfighters in the Middle East.
  • September 2011: Moved to Marysville, Wash., from Seattle's historic Fort Lawton
     
  • September 16, 2009: After a period of organization and outfitting, the new unit was formally activated
  • It remained on the Army's inactive rolls until its 2007 reorganization.
  • It remained at Fort Totten until its inactivation on Jan. 31, 1994.
  •  After moving to Fort Totten, N.Y., in 1968, the unit became the 364th Support Group in 1972.  
  • The unit was originally formed as the 364th General Support Group in New York, N.Y., on Dec. 26, 1965

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.

The MISSION of the 364th Expeditionary Sustainment Command

Provide deployable expeditionary command and control capabilities for echelons above brigade logistics units. It provides theater logistics C2 for the theater commander, supporting an Army Forces (ARFOR) or Combined Joint Task Force (CJTF) mission worldwide.

Soldiers in the 364th ESC's Staff Judge Advocate Office pose for a photo before going on a mission to conduct their war fighting functions. During a deployment, the unit's attorneys will conduct missions such as provide commanders and their staffs with accurate, proactive legal advice on all issues affecting the Army. Additionally, they will continue to deliver quality legal services to Soldiers, retirees, and their families back home.



For more information, contact the 364th ESC Public Affairs Office at (360) 403-2553, or via e-mail at 364escpao@gmail.com.

"We Live to Support"


Distinctive Unit Insignia

Description/Blazon

A gold color metal and enamel device 1 3/16 inches (3.02 cm) in height overall consisting of a buff masoned background bearing a white scroll charged with three horizontal rows of black cipher squares arranged three then six and four squares in base, all between a scarlet scroll folded near each end and inscribed at the top "WE LIVE TO SUPPORT" in gold letters, surmounted overall in base and above the bottom row on the scroll a blue chevron.

Symbolism

The masoned wall represents the location of the original unit, Fort Totten named in honor of Brigadier General Joseph Gilbert Totten, a former Chief Engineer of the Army. The black cipher squares on the white scroll allude to one of the missions of the unit to offer cryptologistic services. The arrangement of the cipher squares, three, six, four symbolizes the numerical designation of the unit. The blue chevron, the color suggested by the background of the State Flag of New York, symbolizes the former Group's authority to provide command and control. Buff and scarlet are colors used by Support units.

Background

The distinctive unit insignia was originally approved for the 364th General Support Group on 20 January 1971. It was redesignated for the 364th Support Group on 15 June 1972. The insignia was redesignated effective 16 September 2009, for the 364th Sustainment Command and amended to update the description and revise the symbolism.


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