The Air Support Operations Center AN/TSQ-209 Communication Central system was designed and deployed by the National Security Division?s Integrated Defense Systems. The Air Support Operations Center or ASOC is an Air Force unit collocated with the Land Component Commander, responsible for managing air assets in support of ground maneuver. By January 2001, the INEEL has fielded six units, two each at Shaw Air Force Base in South Carolina, Fort Hood in Texas and Sullivan Barracks in Viernheim, Germany. Six more were in the works for 604 th ASOS at Camp Red Cloud in Korea, 111 th ASOS at Ft. Lewis, Washington and for the 182 ASOS Unit in Illinois. Each base receives two units for tactical ?leap-frogging?. One AN/TSQ-209 could be deployed and as the troops advance, the second would follow the maneuver units as the corps moves forward and become the primary unit.

17 thoughts on “SULLIVAN BARRACKS

  1. I was stationed at Sullivan barracks from Feb 77 to June 79, 3rd/68th armor

  2. I was stationed at Sullivan Barracks from 86-90 with HHC 5/77 Armor Scout Platoon.

  3. My question is what happened to the fire escapes someone used to climb with street signs complete with concrete that were appropriated in the wee hours of the night.??? Also where is that old silo someone climbed and planted the Led Zeppelin flag before he left us and went to Walla Walla. Yep the old SS baracks comple with swastika insignia in the stone floors and stamped in the steel bannister posts. We were hell raisers but we brought hell too!!! Silver Lions Company B 4/68 Ft Carson- Sullivan Baracks 88-89 God Bless ye Merry Gentleman. Long live DiBella

  4. I was there 1982 3rd & 68 infantry unit , I was there for one year

    1. I was there in 1960-1963 And I had the only Marc 54 in A co 97 Signal and I was to go across the rhine river towards K-town and put in a system back to base and it was called Zero Pole to provide common’s was the 555 engineers in case they had to blow the bridge over the river

    1. I was there from 1973 to 1975. 512 Maintenance Company, 51st Maintenance Batallion.

    2. Hi Mike, Great to know you where there during same time frame. Possible shopped at px or gassed car on the same day. Or even went down to Weinheim on same weekend. I remember wanting to return to “the world” and hung my boots on an old tree behind our old battalion just like many other buddies before. Hope all is fine. Take care.

      1. I looking for someone that was stationed here between 1975-1977
        That remember a drowning on July 4, Sgt John Wilson was the person RIP

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