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    Fort Campbell, KY  

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    129th CSSB conducts C-IED Training

    129th CSSB conducts C-IED Training

    07.05.2019 | Courtesy Photo
    Soldiers with the 129th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, underwent hands-on Counter-Improvised Explosive Device (C-IED) training led by the...

    Recent Videos

    Spc. Santos, Part 2

    Spc. Santos, Part 2

    03.16.2011 | Courtesy Video
    Spc. Santos talks to a Univision reporter about her duties and responsibilities while she is deployed in Afghanistan. Part 2 of 2.
    Spc. Santos, Part 1

    Spc. Santos, Part 1

    03.16.2011 | Courtesy Video
    Spc. Santos talks to a Univision reporter about her duties and responsibilities while she is deployed in Afghanistan. Part 1 of 2.
    Spc. Janway

    Spc. Janway

    03.16.2011 | Courtesy Video
    Spc. Janway talks to a KOCO-TV reporter about going on her first deployment in Afghanistan, having to leave her family and being from a military...
    Spc. Timothy S. Rickett

    Spc. Timothy S. Rickett

    03.15.2011 | Video by 1st Lt. Tad Pugh
    Spc. Timothy S. Rickett, from Cincinnati, Ohio, with the 596th Transportation Company, talks to a WCPO-TV reporter in Cincinnati, Ohio, about why...
    Sgt. Robert Kahler

    Sgt. Robert Kahler

    02.10.2011 | Courtesy Video
    Sgt. Robert Kahler sends a greeting to Clarksville, Tennessee from Forward Operating Base Leatherneck for Valentine's Day 2010
    Capt. Jason Johnson

    Capt. Jason Johnson

    02.10.2011 | Courtesy Video
    Capt. Jason Johnson sends a greeting to Panama City, Florida from Forward Operating Base Leatherneck for Valentine's Day 2010
    Christopher Torres-Wall And Dana Wall

    Christopher Torres-Wall And Dana Wall

    02.10.2011 | Courtesy Video
    Christopher Torres-Wall And Dana Wall sends a greeting to Georgetown, Texas from Forward Operating Base Leatherneck for Valentine's Day 2010
    Lt. Col. Daniel Rickleff

    Lt. Col. Daniel Rickleff

    12.21.2010 | Courtesy Video
    Lt. Col. Daniel Rickleff sends a greeting to Fort Campbell, Kentucky from Forward Operating Base Leatherneck, Afghanistan for Holiday Season 2010

    Recent News Stories

    Afghan-US Driving Academy Graduates First Class

    12.09.2010 | Courtesy Story
    Six members of the Afghan National Army were recognized as the first graduating class of the Afghan National Security Forces Driver’s Academy at a ceremony held Thursday morning on Camp Shorabak, Afghanistan.

    Training Afghan National Security Forces for the...

    10.31.2010 | Courtesy Story
    Sgt. Jorge Leiva has been driving semitrailer trucks for more than nine years in the U.S. Army. He has spent half of that time on active duty and has deployed three times, including two tours in Iraq and his current deployment to Afghanistan. Sgt. Shane Smith has accumulated more than seven years of time driving trucks in the Army and he too has deployed three times, two to Iraq and now to Afghanistan.

    The 129th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion...

    10.31.2010 | Courtesy Story
    The 129th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, Fort Campbell, Ky., currently assigned to the 43rd Sustainment Brigade, Fort Carson, Colo., held a transfer of authority ceremony at Forward Operating Base Leatherneck in southwestern Afghanistan’s Helmand province on Sunday, Oct. 31.

    129th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion Assumes...

    10.31.2010 | Courtesy Story
    The 129th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, Fort Campbell, Ky., currently assigned to the 43d Sustainment Brigade, Fort Carson, Colo., held a transfer of authority ceremony at Forward Operating Base Leatherneck in southwestern Afghanistan’s Helmand province Sunday, Oct. 31, 2010.