About 136th MEB
136th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade
The 136 (MEB) is a joint Texas National Guard outfit headquartered in Round Rock and responsible for the FEMA Region VI Homeland Response Force Mission. The Maneuver Enhancement Brigade (MEB) is a self-contained, modular, and multifunctional support brigade of the United States Army customized to meet whatever mission it receives. The MEB's primary purpose is to plug into operational formations commanded by corps or division commanders, to support brigade combat teams once deployed, and to conduct tactical level tasks and support.
White Mission: On order, Joint Task Force 136 (Maneuver Enhancement Brigade) will alert, assemble, and deploy to provide a mission-ready task force in support of local, state, and federal officials within FEMA Region VI.
Green Mission: On order, Joint Task Force 136 (Maneuver Enhancement Brigade) conducts support area operations, maneuver support operations, and support to consequence management and stability operations in order to assure the mobility, protection, and freedom of action of the supported force.