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65th Field Artillery Brigade

Unit Contact:  (801) 878-5054

Location: Camp Williams, Building 9000, 17800 Camp Williams Road, Bluffdale, Utah 84065

Plan, prepare, execute and assess combined arms operations to provide close support and precision strike for Corps, Divisions, and Brigade Combat Teams and Support Brigades employing Joint and organic fires and capabilities to achieve distribution effects in support of commander’s operational and tactical objectives.


On order, provide operational command and control of Department of Defense and National Guard Forces in support of civil authorities in disaster relief and emergency operations and provides assigned force packages as required from subordinate elements.


65th Field Artillery

  • 1st Battalion, 145th Field Artillery
    • Headquarters, Headquarters Battery, 145th Field Artillery
    • A Battery, 145th Field Artillery
    • B Battery, 145th Field Artillery
    • C Battery, 145th Field Artillery
    • 214th Forward Support Company
  • 2nd Battalion, 222nd Field Artillery
    • Headquarters, Headquarters Battery, 222nd Field Artillery
    • A Battery, 222nd Field Artillery
    • B Battery, 222nd Field Artillery
    • C Battery, 222nd Field Artillery
    • 213th Forward Support Company
    • 190th Signal Company

Your Career Starts Here

On April 16, 2020, Pvt. 1st Class Hope Torok took the final step to join the Utah National Guard, during one of the worst weeks of coronavirus-related deaths in the U.S.
“I’ve worked in retail pretty much all of my working years,” Torok explained. “During Covid-19 in March, I was furloughed from my work since it is considered a non-essential job.”
As a furloughed, non-essential worker, Torok said she had more time to think about what she wanted in life. She decided to sit down with a recruiter.
A message of hope: Utahns volunteer for military service during pandemic
By Spc. Felicia Olmos and Sgt. Nathaniel Free | April 30, 2020
Utahns continue to volunteer for military service despite increased restrictions on recruiting and in-processing during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to recruiting officials in the Utah National Guard, April 29, 2020.“In...

During a combined change of command/responsibility ceremony for the 65th Field Artillery Brigade (65th FAB) held at Camp Williams, August 24, 2019, Col. Adam L. Robinson relinquished command to Col. Steven Fairbourn, and Command Sgt. Maj. Ryan K. Josie handed responsibility to Command Sgt. Maj. Spencer Nielsen.
65th Field Artillery Brigade Change of Command
By Sgt. Jordan Hack | Aug. 24, 2019
The 65th Field Artillery Brigade (65th FAB), 'America's Thunder,' conducted a combined change of command/responsibility ceremony on Tarbet Field at Camp Williams, August 24, 2019.Col. Adam L. Robinson relinquished command to...

Utah Guard Artillery Soldiers Train in Kuwait
By Army Spc. Joshua P. Morris | March 6, 2018
Utah National Guard artillery soldiers deployed to Kuwait left their cannon behind during Operation Diamond Strike, a training exercise that tested their combat skills in an urban environment...

Behavioral health experts with specialized military training at the University Neuropsychiatric Institute call center in Salt Lake City manage the SafeUTNG app 24/7 in partnership with the Utah National Guard, Jan. 11, 2019. On average, the response time for chat messages are less than 30 seconds, according to Capt. Juliann Jeppsen, Director of Behavioral Health for the Utah National Guard.
SafeUTNG App Reporting Early Success
By Sgt. Nathaniel Free | Feb. 12, 2020
A suicide prevention and awareness app that went live in December has already reported preliminary success, according to Robert Spencer, Suicide Prevention Program Manager of the Utah Army National Guard, Feb. 12, 2020. "What...

The SafeUTNG app is now available in the Android and Apple app store, free to download.
In Safe Hands
By Sgt. Nathaniel Free | Jan. 10, 2020
A new suicide prevention and awareness app went live Dec. 6, 2019, designed to support Utah National Guard service members and families in crisis.The SafeUTNG app is free to download from the Android and Apple app stores,...