95th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion 

Supply the Line •  Knight's Pride

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Supply the Line

Vision: Be the Army's premier CSSB in Europe and Africa while extending operational reach with our NATO Allies and partners, creating an environment of speed and discipline. 

Mission: 95th CSSB and subordinate units conduct operational and strategic sustainment across U.S. Army Europe, U.S. European Command, and U.S. Africa Command areas of responsibility for joint and multi-national forces and to quickly generate combat power achieving freedom of action, extending operational reach, and prolonging endurance.


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The 95th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion inherited its lineage from the former 95th Supply and Service Battalion, which was inactivated on 21 December 1972 in Germany. The unit was first constituted on 1 May 1936 in the Regular Army as Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, 95th Quartermaster Bakery Battalion. Later being activated on 6 April 1942 at Fort Meade, Maryland, as the 95th Quartermaster Bakery Battalion.  While various changes would take place through time, the final reorganization would come on 4 August 1965 as the unit was converted to the Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 95th Supply and Service Battalion.  The 95th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion is credited for 4 World War II campaigns (Normandy, Northern France, Rhineland, and Central Europe) and one unit decoration: the French Croix de Guerre with Palm, streamer embroidered NORMANDY.



Lt. Col. Robin Eskelson

Senior Enlisted Advisor 
Command Sgt. Maj. Luis Ortiz Escalera