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20th Air Support Operations Squadron (ASOS)

Members of the 20th ASOS advise the 10th Mountain Division (LI) on all aspects of air operations on the battlefield. They integrate air power into the Army scheme of maneuver. The squadron controls employment of allocated air assets on the battlefield. They coordinate and manage joint air operations with other service components and allied air forces.

62nd Military Police Detachment (CID)

The 62nd Military Police Detachment is a unit of the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command, responsible for investigating all felony crimes in which the Army has an interest. In addition to its basic mission, it also provides felony crime investigative support to field commanders, to include general crimes against persons or property, economic crime and counterdrug operations. The CID command supports the Army in peacetime and in war; its Soldier agents learn and maintain battlefield survival skills to meet these requirements.

95th Maintenance Company, ATST-10

A detachment of the 95th Maintenance Company based at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, at Fort Drum, it is a tenant unit attached to the 710th Main Support Battalion. This unit provides calibration and repair support for all test, measurement and diagnostic equipment to the 10th Mountain Division (LI), other non-divisional units and garrison support activities. Members are prepared to deploy for all contingencies to provide calibration and repair support during staging and combat operations and are responsible for maintaining organic calibration measurement standards traceable through the Army Calibration Support System to the National Institute of Standards and Technology.

174th Attack Wing (ATKW)

The New York Air National Guard’s (NYANG) 174th ATKW, Syracuse, New York, operates the Air National Guard’s “Adirondack Range” as an air-to-ground bombing and gunnery range on Fort Drum’s Range 48.

The Adirondack Range is manned on a full-time basis by the 174th Operations Group, Detachment 1. Their mission is to provide bombing, gunnery and various combat skills training for Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps (Guard, Reserve and active duty) flying operations, JTAC squadrons and rotary wing gunnery (Army National Guard and active duty, Navy and Marine Corps).

Adirondack Range facilitates joint service training that encompasses basic qualification events up through Combined Arms Live Fire Exercises, incorporating Close Air Support and Joint Air Attack Teams. Adirondack Range promotes advanced and complex training scenarios utilizing both practice (inert) and high-explosive (HE) munitions against flexible and realistic target arrays.

The 174th Attack Wing also operates the 174th Maintenance Group (MXG), Detachment 1 Forward Operating Location (FOL), which is manned full time and provides effective, realistic combat readiness training in all aspects of aircraft maintenance, support, and aircrew combat training. Additionally, the FOL produces sorties, to include live and inert weapons loading and hot-pit refueling.

In addition to the Adirondack Range and the FOL, the 174th established an MQ-9 Launch and Recovery Element (LRE) located at Fort Drum Wheeler-Sack Army Airfield.

725th Ordnance Company

The 725th Ordnance Company provides routine and emergency support to military installations, operations and exercises, and to federal and civilian authorities within 46 counties of New York state and the entire state of Vermont. It is responsible for neutralizing ordnance or improvised explosive devices whenever capable and providing technical help to civilian and federal authorities on disposal, transportation and storage of hazardous explosives.

The company also supports units including the U.S. Secret Service, Department of State and DOD for VIP visits, offers classes on bomb search and threat techniques and ordnance recognition to other agencies, and trains to be able to deploy worldwide.

Army Field Support Battalion-DRUM (AFSBn-Drum)

AFSBn-Drum is a subordinate battalion of the 406th Army Support Brigade, located at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. AFSBn-Drum provides mission command and management of a variety of assigned and attached U.S. Army Materiel Command (USAMC) organizations. The battalion synchronizes acquisition, logistics and technology while embracing continuous improvement to enhance the combat readiness of the 10th Mountain Division (LI) as well as all AC/RC/ARNG forces within a nine-state area of responsibility throughout the ARFORGEN process.

On order, AFSBn-Drum deploys in support of 10th Mountain Division (LI) and its BCTs, providing higher level USAMC sustainment support for contingency operations within and outside CONUS. When deployed, AFSBn-Drum can also be augmented with and have mission command of a variety of USAMC organizations to include Equipment Support Activities, Forward Repair Activities, Combat Vehicle Evaluation Teams, Component Repair Teams, Theater Aviation Sustainment Maintenance Group, Theater Provided Equipment activity, Retrograde Property Accountability Teams and other teams as directed as part of a USAMC regional support area.

Company B, 342nd Forward Support Battalion, New York Army National Guard (NYARNG)

Building T-789

An assault and obstacle platoon in a combat engineer battalion, to assist local communities in any emergency situation as determined by the governor of New York.

Defense Logistics Agency

It provides supplies and services to U.S. military forces worldwide. The agency manages more than 4 million consumable items used by the military, DOD civil agencies and foreign governments.

Activities include the Readiness Support Office, Building 124, which provides customer assistance to the 10th Mountain Division (LI) in matters relating to readiness support; the Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office, Building 1350, which provides assistance and disposal services to the division, DOD and other authorized customers; and the Document Automation and Production Service, which provides printing, copying, scanning, imaging, document conversion, CD-ROM and Web services for DOD.

Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office

Operating under the Defense Logistics Agency, this office handles excess materiel disposal and reutilization for DOD agencies.

Staff members work to dispose of excess property in ways that will meet regulatory requirements but also permit donations or obtain funds for the property so that it won’t have to be abandoned or destroyed. This includes recycling items containing precious metals. The office gives technical help to units, takes in excess material, inspects property and keeps necessary records.

Defense Security Service

It conducts clearance investigations of military and civilian personnel in order to obtain security clearances. It investigates to complete clearance investigations for military and civilian personnel assigned to the 10th Mountain Division (LI) and Fort Drum. It also provides information related to counterintelligence to those with the military and civilians assigned to the Fort Drum area.

Directorate of Contracting, Mission and Installation Contracting Command — Fort Drum

It plans, executes and administers contracts with private industry to support the accomplishment of division and installation missions when internal government resources are not available. Contracts involve equipment, construction, supplies and services. The Installation Contracting Office also provides advice and assistance to small and disadvantaged businesses and information for firms interested in business opportunities with the government.

Equipment Concentration Site No. 1

A unit of the 77th Regional Support Command (NYARNG), this site provides reserve, National Guard and AC units with pre-positioned equipment for annual and field training exercises. It also provides organizational and limited maintenance support to HHC, 479th Engineer Battalion, Watertown; Company C, 479th Engineer Battalion, Guangzhou; and 962nd Ordnance Company, Plattsburgh.

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