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Welcome to Army Field Support Battalion - Mannheim

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Mission

  • What We Do
    Army Field Support Battalion - Mannheim, provides mission command of Army Preposition Stocks operations at Duelmen, Germany and Coleman Worksite, Mannheim, Germany.


  • Our Mission

    Mission command of two Army Preposition Stock-2 sites within the Germany and Poland, charged with providing and coordinating receipt, transfer, storage, and maintenance of Army pre-positioned stock to enable commanders to conduct unified action and the full range of military operations in support of US Army Europe.  

Leadership

     Lieutenant Colonel Scott D. Boyington, Commander, Army Field Support Battalion - Mannheim 

Lieutenant Colonel Scott D. Boyington assumed the duties of commander Army Field Support Battalion-Mannheim (provisional) in April 2018.  LTC Boyington entered the U.S. Army Reserve as an enlisted Soldier in 1991. While serving in the Simultaneous Membership Program in the Army National Guard, he attended the University of Maine. He was commissioned into the Ordnance Corps through ROTC in 1995  Full Biography

    Senior Enlisted Advisor, Army Field Support Battalion - Mannheim (Vacant)
     

About us

The Army Field Support Battalion-Mannheim, is one of the four battalions of the 405th Army Field Support Brigade and headquartered at Mannheim, Germany.

The battalion is charged with providing and coordinating receipt, transfer, storage, and maintenance of APS to enable commanders to conduct unified action and the full range of military operations in support of U.S. Army Europe.

The APS stored in Europe are designated APS-2. APS-2 site Duelmen provides – 632,000 square feet of heated warehouse space (eight warehouses) and 175,000 square feet of hardstand storage to hold and maintain equipment designated for division headquarters and a division artillery brigade. The Coleman Worksite holds and maintains equipment designated for an armored brigade.

The equipment is destined for a NATO-funded APS storage facility that will be built min Powidz, Poland providing an additional 600,000 square feet of humidity controlled warehousing with a robust maintenance facility.   Both stock sites are part of the European Reassurance Initiative and facilitates NATO’s rapid deterrence options. 

 

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