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Brigadier General Stuart E. Werner

Commanding General

Brigadier General Stuart E. Werner became the Commanding General of the 364th Expeditionary Sustainment Command (ESC) on December 3, 2019.  

Headquartered in Marysville, Washington, the 364th ESC is a subordinate command of the 79th Theater Sustainment Command located in Los Alamitos, California.  The 364th ESC includes two Regional Support Groups and one Sustainment Brigade that comprise a total of 40 units and spans 6 states and two time zones in the northwestern portion of the United States.  There are approximately 4,000 Soldiers in the command.  Prior to becoming the 364th’s Commanding General, Brigadier General Werner was the 79th TSC’s Deputy Commanding General.

Brigadier General Werner is from Manchester, Pennsylvania.  He began his career by enlisting in June 1980.  He first served in the 76th Combat Heavy Engineer Battalion, Fort Meade, Maryland, and then the 501st Military Intelligence Group, Camp Humphreys, South Korea.  He concluded his enlisted career in 1988 as a platoon sergeant with the 741st Military Intelligence Battalion, National Security Agency (NSA), Fort Meade, Md.

Brigadier General Werner was subsequently commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Transportation Corps after graduating from the University of Arizona in 1991.  He served in a wide variety of positions such as Battalion Maintenance Officer and Battalion Transportation Officer, 484th Transportation Battalion, Phoenix, Arizona; Group Transportation Officer, 375th Transportation Group, Mobile, Alabama; Army ROTC Recruiting Operations Officer, Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, Tennessee and Fort Campbell, Kentucky; Support Operations Integration Mobility Officer, 103rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command, Des Moines, Iowa and Joint Base Balad, Iraq; Chief of Operations, G3, 7th Civil Support Command, Kaiserslautern, Germany; and, Assistant Chief of Staff for Operations, Plans, and Training, G3/5/7, 79th Theater Sustainment Command, Los Alamitos, California. 

Brigadier General Werner also commanded three times: the 289th Trailer Transfer Point Detachment, Phoenix, Arizona; the Headquarters Company, 84th Training Command, Fort McCoy, Wisconsin; and the 371st Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, Riverside, California.     

Brigadier General Werner has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Arizona, a Master of Arts in Organizational Management from the University of Phoenix, and a Masters of Strategic Studies from the United States Army War College.  His military education and training include the Transportation Officers Basic Course, the Combined Logistics Officers Advanced Course, the Combined Arms Service and Staff School Course, and the Intermediate Level Education Course and Support Operations Course at the Command and General Staff Officers College.  Brigadier General Werner also graduated from the Advanced Joint Professional Military Education Course at the Joint Forces Staff College and the United States Army War College.  He completed many functional courses in his career, some of which resulted in skill identifiers as a Joint Planner, Strategist, and Instructor.

Brigadier General Werner’s awards and decorations include the Bronze Star Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal with seven oak leaf clusters, the Army Commendation Medal with two oak leaf clusters, the Joint Service Achievement Medal, the Army Achievement Medal with seven oak leaf clusters, the NCO Professional Development Ribbon with the numeral “2” device, the Korea Defense Service Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal with 2 stars, the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, the Armed Forces Reserve Medal with “M” device, the Combat Action Badge, and the Air Assault Badge. 

Brigadier General Werner is married to the former Ms. Mari Reinbold of Mobridge, South Dakota. The Werners live in Murrieta, California, with their two children who are college students.  Andrew is majoring in Petroleum Engineering and Annabelle is majoring in International Development and Political Science.