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The 364th ESC supported Anakonda 16 May 9 through June 17 in Poland. Their mission  included theater opening activities such as receiving unit equipment at the Gdansk Airport and preparing the cargo for onward movement.
Sustainment and logistics Soldiers in the 364th ESC's 592nd Ordnance Company and the 483rd Quartermaster Company were responsible for managing supply yards and ammunition supply points for the more than 12,000 U.S. service members participating in Anakonda 16 June 7 through June 17 in Poland.
Sustainment and logistics Soldiers in the 364th ESC's 592nd Ordnance Company and the 483rd Quartermaster Company were responsible for managing supply yards and ammunition supply points for the more than 12,000 U.S. service members participating in Anakonda 16 June 7 through June 17 in Poland.
The 364th ESC Commanding General, Brig. Gen. Gregory Mosser, conducts an interview with Armed Forces Network and other media outlets to discuss the critical sustainment role the ESC plays during Anakonda 16 June 8.
Soldiers in the 364th ESC celebrate the 241st Army Birthday in Warsaw, Poland during Anakonda 16 June 14.
From left to right: Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges, U.S. Army Europe Commanding General, Brig. Gen. Greg Mosser, 364th Expeditionary Sustainment Command Commanding General, and Maj. Gen. Duane Gamble, 21st Theater Sustainment Command Commanding General, are welcomed by Col. William Stubbs, 30th Medical Brigade Commander, to the 30th MB headquarters in Warsaw, Poland on June 9.
Mr. James Balocki, Chief Executive Officer U.S. Army Reserve, discusses sustainment operations with U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers attached to the 364th Expeditionary Sustainment Command, Marysville, Washington, during a visit to a training site outside of Warsaw, Poland June 14, during Anakonda 16. Anakonda 16 is a Polish-led national event that seeks to train, exercise and integrate Polish national command and force structures into an Allied, joint, multinational environment. Exercises like Anakonda 16 help Army Reserve sustainment Soldiers understand how to quickly and efficiently move personnel and equipment in order to improve response time. (Photo by Capt. A. Sean Taylor, 649th RSG)
Mr. James Balocki, Chief Executive Officer U.S. Army Reserve, discusses sustainment operations with U.S. Army Reserve Staff Sgt. Donald Burton, an information technology specialist with the 364th Expeditionary Sustainment Command, Marysville, Washington, during a visit to a training site outside of Warsaw, Poland June 14, during Anakonda 16. Anakonda 16 is a Polish-led national event that seeks to train, exercise and integrate Polish national command and force structures into an Allied, joint, multinational environment. Exercises like Anakonda 16 help Army Reserve sustainment Soldiers understand how to quickly and efficiently move personnel and equipment in order to improve response time. (Photo by Capt. A. Sean Taylor, 649th RSG)
During the exercise, the 364th ESC were responsible for more than 35 sustainment units that were responsible for managing supply yards, rail port operations in Zagan and Drawsko Pomorski, sea port operations in Szczecin and ammunition supply points. The units came from the Army National Guard, active Army and the Army Reserve and include three of the ESC organic subordinate units; the 483rd Quartermaster Company, the 909th Human Resources Company and the 592nd Ordnance Company.
During the exercise, the 364th ESC were responsible for more than 35 sustainment units that were responsible for managing supply yards, rail port operations in Zagan and Drawsko Pomorski, sea port operations in Szczecin and ammunition supply points. The units came from the Army National Guard, active Army and the Army Reserve and include three of the ESC organic subordinate units; the 483rd Quartermaster Company, the 909th Human Resources Company and the 592nd Ordnance Company.
During the exercise, the 364th ESC were responsible for more than 35 sustainment units that were responsible for managing supply yards, rail port operations in Zagan and Drawsko Pomorski, sea port operations in Szczecin and ammunition supply points. The units came from the Army National Guard, active Army and the Army Reserve and include three of the ESC organic subordinate units; the 483rd Quartermaster Company, the 909th Human Resources Company and the 592nd Ordnance Company.
During the exercise, the 364th ESC were responsible for more than 35 sustainment units that were responsible for managing supply yards, rail port operations in Zagan and Drawsko Pomorski, sea port operations in Szczecin and ammunition supply points. The units came from the Army National Guard, active Army and the Army Reserve and include three of the ESC organic subordinate units; the 483rd Quartermaster Company, the 909th Human Resources Company and the 592nd Ordnance Company.
Polish Army Pfc. Mircim Jasek, a translator, with 1st Warsaw Armored Brigade in Warsaw, Poland, translates instructions to U.S. Army Sgt. Joseph Pischieri, a medic with the 30th Medical Brigade, located in Wiesbaden, Germany during a marksmanship competition with Polish Army Soldiers, using Polish weapons at the Warszawska Brygada Pancerna Range in Warsaw, Poland, May 28.
U.S. Army Reserve Sgt. Ashley Redd, an Information Technology Specialist, with 
324th Expeditionary Signal Battalion, Bravo Co., based at Fort Warden, Ga., loads a 
5.56 Beryl Rifle during a friendly marksmanship competition with Polish Army Soldiers at the Warszawska Brygada Pancerna Range in Warsaw, Poland, May 28.
Soldiers in the 483rd Quartermaster Company work in their supply yard near Drawsko Pomorskie, Poland June 1 while supporting more than 12,000 U.S. service members deployed to Poland for Anakonda 16.
U.S. Army Reserve and U.S Army Europe Soldiers compete against Polish Army Soldiers in a Marksmanship competition at the Warszawsk Brygada Range here, May 28, 2016.
364th ESC Soldiers turn a field on a Polish military base near Warsaw into a tactical operations center. Nearly 200 Soldiers from the unit's headquarters worked and lived in expeditionary conditions for more than a month providing sustainment support to combat units during Anakonda 16 May 9 through June 17.
U.S. Army Reserve Pfc. James Hale, a Transportation Management Coordinator with the 3882nd Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, is interviewed by a Polish television reporter during Exercise Anakonda 2016 at the Drawsko Pomorskie Training Area, Poland, June 14. Hale, the son of American missionaries, was born in Poland and has lived most of his life there. He has served as a Polish translator for the soldiers in his unit during their time in Poland. Exercise Anakonda 2016 is a Polish-led, joint multinational exercise taking place throughout Poland June 7-17. The exercise involves approximately 31,000 participants from more than 20 nations. Exercise Anakonda 2016 is a premier training event for U.S. Army Europe and participating nations and demonstrates the United States and partner nations can effectively unite under a unified command while training on contemporary scenario. (U.S. Army photo by Timothy L. Hale) (Released)
U.S. Army Reserve Pfc. James Hale, a Transportation Management Coordinator with the 3882nd Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, is interviewed by a Polish television reporter during Exercise Anakonda 2016 at the Drawsko Pomorskie Training Area, Poland, June 14. Hale, the son of American missionaries, was born in Poland and has lived most of his life there. He has served as a Polish translator for the soldiers in his unit during their time in Poland. Exercise Anakonda 2016 is a Polish-led, joint multinational exercise taking place throughout Poland June 7-17. The exercise involves approximately 31,000 participants from more than 20 nations. Exercise Anakonda 2016 is a premier training event for U.S. Army Europe and participating nations and demonstrates the United States and partner nations can effectively unite under a unified command while training on contemporary scenario. (U.S. Army photo by Timothy L. Hale) (Released)
U.S. Army Reserve Pfc. James Hale, a Transportation Management Coordinator with the 3882nd Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, is interviewed by a Polish television reporter during Exercise Anakonda 2016 at the Drawsko Pomorskie Training Area, Poland, June 14. Hale, the son of American missionaries, was born in Poland and has lived most of his life there. He has served as a Polish translator for the soldiers in his unit during their time in Poland. Exercise Anakonda 2016 is a Polish-led, joint multinational exercise taking place throughout Poland June 7-17. The exercise involves approximately 31,000 participants from more than 20 nations. Exercise Anakonda 2016 is a premier training event for U.S. Army Europe and participating nations and demonstrates the United States and partner nations can effectively unite under a unified command while training on contemporary scenario. (U.S. Army photo by Timothy L. Hale) (Released)