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104th Area Support Group
United States Army
Strength
Group
Type
Support
Years
1700 - Present
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Members Who Served in 104th Area Support Group

Benansky, Chad, SFC
Status
USA Active
Service Years
1989 - 2100
MOS
31B10-Military Police
Primary Unit
HHD, 95th Military Police Battalion
Home State
Germany
Home Town
Not Specified
Biagioni, Michael, SPC
Status
ARNG Veteran
Service Years
2001 - 2004
MOS
52C10-Utilities Equipment Repairer
Primary Unit
104th Area Support Group
Home State
Connecticut
Home Town
Not Specified
Carmichael, John, SGT
Status
USAR Veteran
Service Years
1956 - 1961
MOS
1745-Light Weapons Infantry Leader
Primary Unit
104th Area Support Group
Home State
Oregon
Home Town
Not Specified
Concon, Darwin, COL
Status
USA Retired
Service Years
1978 - 2012
MOS
Not Specified
Primary Unit
Warrior Transition Unit, USAMEDDAC Fort Campbell, KY
Home State
Tennessee
Home Town
Not Specified
Edgell, Rolland, SFC
Status
USA Active
Service Years
1998 - 2008
MOS
31B20-Military Police
Primary Unit
Plano Recruiting Company, Dallas Recruiting Battalion
Home State
Texas
Home Town
Not Specified
Foy, Wilfred, 1SG
Status
USA Retired
Service Years
1986 - 2007
MOS
31B10-Military Police
Primary Unit
508th Military Police Battalion
Home State
Washington
Home Town
Not Specified

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104th Area Support Group History

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104th Area Support Group Operations History

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