Kansas Adjutant General's Department
169th Combat Sustainment Battalion


169th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion Mission

Provide command and control structure for assigned and/or attached units in order to support operational and tactical-level logistics by planning and managing sustainment and replenishment operations. On order, conducts Domestic Support Operations in support of state and federal agencies to protect life and property within Kansas.

Command Leadership and Unit Structure

The Battalion commander is Lt. Col Wallace Miller

The senior noncommissioned officer is Command Sgt. Maj. Joe Dillon

The unit is composed of the following;

- 137th Transportation Company, Olathe and Topeka

- 731st Truck Company, Great Bend, Liberal, Hutchinson, Fort Riley

- 1077th Medical Company Ground Ambulance, Olathe

- 117th Medical Company Area Support


Recent Unit Highlights

169th Combat Sustainment Battalion unit crest
The 169th CSSB supported several deployments of units within its formation. The Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 169th CSSB Tactical Action Center-1 returned in August from a nine month deployment to Afghanistan, in support of Operation Freedom Sentinel. The HHC, 169th CSSB Tactical Action Center-2 left for a nine month deployment to Fort Bliss, Texas, where they are responsible for COVID-19 Operations, including the reporting and accountability of U.S. Army Soldiers at that location.
The 169th CSSB and its subordinate units also supported numerous stateside COVID-19 missions from ranging from Garden City to Olathe. The 1077th Medical Company provided medics and support staff for the Officer Candidate School Phase 1 training event from July 17-31 in Salina. Support for this training included 24-hour medical coverage of all candidate training events and medical training for more than 100 candidates from six different states in the region.
The 137th Transportation Company completed a training rotation at the National Training Center at Fort Irwin, California in July. During this training exercise, the unit provided all transportation support during rotation 20-08.5, enabling the 34th Infantry Division, Minnesota National Guard, to successfully complete their validation exercise for a mission outside of the contiguous United States. Culminating an unusual training year, 137th TC prepared for deployment in support of the Southwest Border Patrol mission.


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