National Guard and Reserve Units Called to Active Duty - November 15th - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

November 15, 2001 6:45 p.m.

National Guard and Reserve Units Called to Active Duty - November 15th

Unit Location # of Personnel
Company Support Group, 20 th Special Forces Group, Support Element 1 1
318 th Chemical Company Birmingham, Ala. 142
B Company, 1 st Battalion, 20 th Special Forces Group, Support Element 2 Mobile, Ala 1
206 th Transportation Company, Detachment 2 Opelika, Ala. 90
1102 nd Garrison Support Unit, Detachment 20 Anchorage, Alaska 4
380 th Military Police Detachment, Detachment 2 Oakland, Calif. 4

Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 7 th Psychological Operations Group, Support Element 1

Moffett Field, Calif. 1
C Company, 5 th Battalion, 19 th Special Forces Group, Support Element 1 Fort Collins, Colo. 1
Headquarters & Headquarters Detachment, 5 th Battalion, 19th Special Forces Group, Support Element 3 Watkins, Colo. 2
C Company, 3 rd Battalion, 20 th Special Forces Group, Support Element 3 Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 3
Third U. S. Army, Judge Advocate General Augmentation, Detachment 2  Atlanta, Ga. 3
U. S. Pacific Command, Detachment 20 Honolulu, Hawaii 18
9 th Regional Support Command, Detachment 21 Honolulu, Hawaii 11
Headquarters Command, Detachment 2 (Forward) Honolulu, Hawaii 1
368 th Military Intelligence Company Honolulu, Hawaii 32
A Company, 2 nd Battalion, 20 th Special Forces Group, Support Element 2 Chicago, Ill. 1
101 st Infantry Detachment  Bardstown, Ky 17
415 th Military Intelligence Battalion (Forward) Baton Rouge, La. 2
B Company, 2 nd Battalion, 20 th Special Forces Group, Support Element 2 Glen Arm Md. 1
352 nd Civil Affairs Command, Support Element 1 Riverdale, Md. 5
C Company, 2 nd Battalion, 20 th Special Forces Group, Support Element 2 Camp McCain, Miss. 1
Headquarters & Headquarters Detachment, 2 nd Battalion, 20 th Special Forces Group, Support Element 3 Jackson, Miss. 1
7236 th Medical Support Unit Durham, N. C. 62
7236 th Medical Support Unit, Blood Donor Center Durham, N. C. 24
Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 44 th Medical Brigade, Detachment 2 Fayetteville, N. C. 1
4 th Detachment (Contingency Planning/ Augmentation) Fayetteville, N. C. 2
812 th Military Police Company Orangeburg, N. Y. 115

Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 2 nd Psychological Operations Group, Support Element 1

Cleveland, Ohio 1
542 nd Quartermaster Company Erie, Pa. 44
Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, 263 rd Air Defense Artillery Battalion Anderson, S. C. 103
3397 th Garrison Support Unit, Detachment 2 Chattanooga, Tenn. 24

994 th Medical Detachment (Veterinarian Services), Detachment 1

Austin, Texas 4
C Company, 1 st Battalion, 19 th Special Forces Group, Support Element 1 Murray, Utah 1
U. S. Army Support Element, Detachment 1 Fort Belvoir, Va. 2
U. S. Army Support Element, Detachment 2 Fort Belvoir, Va. 1

U. S. Army Support Element, Detachment 3

Fort Belvoir, Va. 1
U. S. Army Support Element, Detachment 4 Fort Belvoir, Va. 2
229 th Military Police Company Norfolk, Va. 30
Individual Mobilization Augmentees Various Air Force Reserve 51
Increases to already called units Various Air Force Reserve 16

 Source:  Department of Defense

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