Army Reserve's 364th Command activates at Fort Lawton

One of the Army Reserve's newest units, the 364th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) will be officially activated in a ceremony at 11 a.m., Sunday, Oct. 4, at Trailblazer Field at Fort Lawton.

Guest speaker for the activation will be (Acting) Deputy Commander, U.S. Army Reserve Command, Maj. Gen. James R. Sholar. Taking command of the new unit will be Colonel (promotable to brigadier general) Jonathan Ives.

The unit, part of a "Grow the Army" initiative, will stay at the 2nd Lt. Robert R. Leisy U.S. Army Reserve Center on Fort Lawton until their new Armed Forces Reserve Center is finished in Marysville, Wash.

The 364th's mission is to provide a deployable headquarters with the capability and capacity to successfully execute command and control of brigade level theater logistics operations in war and peace. There are more than 300 soldiers in the 364th ESC.

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