66th Troop Command
The history of the 66th Troop Command dates back to the 31st Infantry (Dixie) Division. The 31st Division Headquarters, the Division's Administrative Company and the 631st Artillery Group, all located in the Raymond Road Armory, were merged to form the Emergency Operation Headquarters (EOH) on February 15, 1968.
On February 1, 1972 a reorganization changed the unit's name to the 31st Rear Area Operations Center (RAOC). 31st RAOC was reorganized on October 1, 1978 into two separate units, one being the Command and Control Headquarters (CAC). The Command and Control Headquarters was reorganized effective November 1, 1982 as Detachment 1, State Area Command, Mississippi Army National Guard.
On July 1, 1994 the unit was renamed the 66th Troop Command, Headquarters State Area Command, Mississippi Army National Guard.
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