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ⓘ 408th Support Brigade (United States)




408th Support Brigade (United States)
                                     

ⓘ 408th Support Brigade (United States)

The 408th Contracting Support Brigade is a contracting support unit in the United States Army with headquarters at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. It is a unit in the United States Army Contracting Command.

The brigade provides operational Contracting support to the Central USARCENT U.S. army as the lead service under the contract, in southwest Asia. The team prepares and coordinates support plans, provides oversight, evaluation, policy and acquisition authority designated backup of contractors and conclusion of contracts the assets used in support of the mission USARCENT.

                                     
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