99th Regional Support Command / 99TH DIVISION PATCH
The 99th Infantry Division was a unit of the United States Army in World War II. It played a strategic role in the Battle of the Bulge when its inexperienced troops held fast on the northern shoulder of the German advance, refusing them access to the vital northern road network that led into Belgium.
The 99th Regional Support Command, which is the successor unit of the 99th Infantry Division is a Major General command under the US Army Reserve Command and is responsible for the base operations and administrative support of 51,000 USAR Soldiers, 160,000 family members in 429 units at 356 locations in 13 states from Virginia north through Maine in the mid-Atlantic and northeastern region of the United States. The 99th Regional Support Command headquarters are located at Joint Base Maguire-Dix-Lakehurst, NJ. The current commander is Major General William D. Razz Waff who assumed command on 1 October 2010.