The In/Outprocessing center focuses on the installation clearance procedures and individual Soldier readiness verification.
Welcome to the Promotions Work Center where our mission is to provide quality service to the Commanders and Soldiers assigned to Fort Benning.
Comprehensive programs, which combines prevention education, suicide prevention, urinalysis testing, risk reduction, and civilian employees counseling services
Welcome to the Enlisted and Officer Records Work Center where our mission is to provide quality service to the Commanders, Soldiers, and S1s assigned to Fort Benning.
Biochemical Testing identifies and deters drug use and enhances individual readiness, in accordance with drug-free workplace and applicable regulations.
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Comprehensive programs, which combines prevention education, suicide prevention, urinalysis testing, risk reduction, and civilian employees counseling services
The Directorate of Public Works provides, operate, repair, and maintain the installation’s real property facilities; perform minor and major construction; housing; provide space management; conduct long range master planning; and manage energy, environmental, historical cultural, and natural resources programs.
The Army's Casualty Operations programs include casualty reporting, notification to Next of Kin (NOK), funeral honors assistance for Soldiers, retirees and veterans, and casualty assistance. Fort Benning AG operates a Casualty Area Command servicing 70 counties in Georgia and 11 counties in Alabama.
Biochemical Testing identifies and deters drug use and enhances individual readiness, in accordance with drug-free workplace and applicable regulations.
Welcome to the Soldier Actions Work Center where our mission is to provide quality service to the Commanders and Soldiers assigned to Fort Benning.
The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) is a Federal law that establishes the public’s right to request existing records from Federal Government agencies. The FOIA provides for prompt, maximum release of DOD records to the public unless such requested records are specifically exempt from mandatory public disclosure under the FOIA. Only the Secretary of the Army and the Initial Denial Authority (IDA) may deny a request for Army records.
The installation voting assistance office is available to assist with voter information and registration.
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The Fort Benning Internal Review (IR) office serves as the Commander's principal advisor for internal audits.
The Personnel Automation Section handles the management of and access to eMILPO (Electronic Military Office), the proponent for Integrated Personnel and Pay System – Army (IPPS-A) and is the point of contact for military personnel accountability for Fort Benning.
Religious Support provides a program of religious support services and activities that will ensure: the free exercise of religion; fervent spiritual growth; and quality world-class pastoral care for all Fort Benning's soldiers, families, and authorized civilians.
The Personnel Operations Branch includes the Soldier Readiness Processing Work Center where our mission is to provide quality service to the Commanders and Soldiers of Fort Benning.
The Garrison Safety Office assures and maintaining safe and healthful working conditions for the Soldiers, Family members, and civilian workforce in partnership with the Community by employing the highest professional standards and providing exceptional service to Fort Benning.
Comprehensive programs, which combines prevention education, suicide prevention, urinalysis testing, risk reduction, and civilian employees counseling services
The Personnel Readiness Branch (PRB) whose functions involve the notification to Soldiers of reassignment to another permanent duty station, verification of assignment eligibility, preparation of permanent change of station (PCS) and family travel orders, and processing of deletion and deferment action by commanders.
Trainee & Student Frequently Asked Questions
Suicide prevention is everyone's responsibility. Therefore we must work together to support a Healthy Force, using a comprehensive holistic approach to improve the physical, spiritual, and emotional health of our Soldiers, their families, and Department of Army Civilians. Fort Benning has a responsibility to our Soldiers, Family members, and Civilians to create an environment free from the stigma associated with seeking help and to call attention to the devastating effects of suicide on individuals, families, units, and communities.
The Personnel Services Branch includes the in and out processing, promotions, military records, Soldier actions and more