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107th Transportation Brigade
7th Army

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History 

4th Trans Bn
 

18th Trans Bn
(Acrft) 

29th Trans Bn


38th Trans Bn


181st Trans Bn

49th Trans Center (MC)

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History
 
107th Transportation Bde Patch
107th Transportation Bde DI
 
(Source: Email from James Allen, Hq Co, 7th Trans Gp)
A ceremony took place on the parade field at Flak Kaserne, Ludwigsburg, in June 1965 as part of the merger of HHC, 7th Trans Gp with HHD, 10th Trans Gp to form HHC, 107th Transportation Brigade (part of the COSTAR II reorganizations). (Click here to read James' email.)

 
(Source: STARS & STRIPES, May 20, 1966)
The 107th Transportation Brigade in Ludwigsburg is responsible for command and control, air transport, motor transport, terminal transfer and transportation movements management in the 7th Army area.

To perform its mission, the brigade has units positioned in a general line along the autobahn from Worms to Augsburg.

 
(Source: 7th Army Station List, 1 July 1966)
ORGANIZATION (1966):

UNIT DESIGNATION

DUTY STATION COMMENTS
HHC, 107th Trans Bde BMF, Böblingen  
4th Trans Bn (Trk) Flak Ksn, Ludwigsburg  
18th Trans Bn (Acrft) Nellingen AAF, Nellingen  
29th Trans Bn (Trk) Panzer Ksn, Böblingen  
38th Trans Bn (Trk) Taukkunen Bks, Worms  
181st Trans Bn (Trk) BMF, Böblingen  
49th Trans Cen (Mov Control) Turley Bks, Mannheim  
 
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