529th CSSB begins federal duty ahead of deployment to Poland
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VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - Approximately 70 Soldiers assigned to the Virginia National Guard’s Virginia Beach-based 529th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion Headquarters, 329th Regional Support Group officially begin their federal active duty with a departure ceremony Jan. 28, 2024, in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The troops will deploy to Poland and serve under the command of U.S. Army’s 3rd Division Sustainment Brigade to provide sustainment command and control and support to forward-stationed U.S. and allied forces in the region. Their mission is part of a scheduled rotation of forces conducting multinational training and operations with allies and regional security partners to increase military interoperability, build contingency response capabilities and deter adversaries in Europe. Members of the Virginia Defense Force provided traffic control for the ceremony, and the Troutville-based 29th Infantry Division Band provided ceremonial music. Read more about the mission at https://ngpa.us/28332 and read more about the 529th CSSB at https://ngpa.us/28333.


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