17th Sustainment Brigade (United States)

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17th Sustainment Brigade
17 Sust Bde SSI.png
Shoulder Sleeve Insignia
Active ???? - Present
Country United States
Allegiance Nevada
Branch Army National Guard
Type Sustainment Brigade
Size Brigade
Garrison/HQ Las Vegas, Nevada
Current Commander Col. Eric Wishart[1]
Distinctive Unit Insignia 17 Sust Bde DUI.png

The 17th Sustainment Brigade (SB) is a sustainment brigade of the United States Army National Guard in Nevada.


17th SB provides command and control for 3-7 sustainment of functional logistics battalions and assigned HR/FM companies. On order conducts theater distribution, supports redeployment operations and provides support to joint, interagency and multinational forces as directed. Be prepared to support civilian agencies.[2]


The brigade has the following units assigned during peacetime:[2]

  • 757th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion
    • Headquarters and Headquarters Company
    • 106th Public Affairs Detachment
    • 150th Maintenance Company
    • 485th Military Police Company
    • 593rd Transportation Company Medium Truck (POL)
    • 609th Engineer Company
    • 1859th Transportation Company
  • 17th Special Troops Battalion
    • 72nd Military Police Company (-)
    • 100th Quartermaster Water Purification & Distribution Company
    • 137th Military Police Detachment
    • 240th Engineer Company
    • 277th Engineer Haul Platoon
    • 777th Engineer Detachment


  1. ^ Kalinyak, Rachael (April 3, 2017). "Wishart takes command of Nevada Army Guard's 17th Sustainment Brigade". Army Times. The Nevada Army Guard’s largest brigade — the 17 th Sustainment Brigade — gathered at the North Las Vegas Readiness Center on Sunday morning to mark a change of command from Col. Vernon Scarbrough to Col. Eric Wishart, the Las Vegas Review Journal reported. 
  2. ^ a b "17th Sustainment Brigade Homepage". US Army. 

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