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Release No: 128-96
March 11, 1996


The Secretary of the Army announced today the following list of 29 U.S.-based Army Reserve and National Guard units identified to begin training in preparation for possible deployment to Bosnia in support of Operation Joint Endeavor. Not all units identified will actually deploy, but those that actually do will replace Reserve Component units currently deployed.

Units will conduct as much training as possible at their assigned armories or reserve centers or at nearby local training sites. Upon mobilization, units will report to an active military installation to complete training and processing for deployment.

Training prior to actual notification to deploy is a prudent step to prepare units for a wide range of possible missions. Deployment to the theater of operations will be accomplished once soldiers are certified as trained and prepared to deploy.


131st Mobile Public Affairs Detachment (NG) Montgomery, Ala.

336th Postal Detachment (USAR) Sheffield, Ala.

222nd Broadcast Public Affairs Detachment (USAR) Bell, Calif.

69th Press Camp Headquarters (NG) Sacramento, Calif.

199th Movement Control Team (USAR) Washington, D.C.

273rd Military Police Company (NG) Washington, D.C.

81st Movement Control Team (USAR) Gainesville, Fla.

834th Postal Detachment (USAR) Miami, Fla.

317th Military History Detachment (USAR) East Point, Ga.

350th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment (USAR) Ft. Harrison, Ind.

48th Military History Detachment (USAR) Ft. Harrison, Ind.

324th Prisoner of War Information Center (USAR) Terra Haute, Ind. 135th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment (NG) Camp Dodge, Iowa

368th Finance Battalion with three Detachments (USAR) Wichita, Kan.

470th Postal Detachment (USAR) Chicopee, Mass.

126th Military History Detachment (NG) Plymouth, Mass.

356th Broadcast Public Affairs Detachment (USAR) Ft. Meade, Md.

103rd Public Affairs Detachment (NG) Helena, Mont.

514th Military Police Company (NG) Greenville, N.C.

142nd Movement Control Team (USAR) Jamaica, N.Y.

326th Military History Detachment (USAR) Columbus, Ohio

367th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment (USAR) Columbus, Ohio

74th Movement Control Team (NG) Kettering, Ohio

838th Military Police Company (NG) Youngstown, Ohio

41st Adjutant General Detachment (Personnel) (NG) Portland, Ore.

100th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment (NG) Austin, Texas

302nd Military Police Company (USAR) Ft. Worth, Texas

607th Military Police Battalion Headquarters Det. (USAR) Ft. Worth, Texas

304th Military Police Company (USAR) Bluefield, W. Va.

For more information contact Major Rick Spearman at FORSCOM Public Affairs, (404) 669-5696 or 5648. Fax, (404) 669-5628.


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