Provide equitable, effective and efficient management of Fort Detrick Human Resources, Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP), The Army Continuing Education Services (ACES) Center, and Military Personnel Division (MPD) to support mission readiness and execution, and enable Soldiers, Civilians and Family members, career support and personal development. Relevant and Ready!
The preeminent Garrison directorate with a passionate staff taking pride in serving the people of Fort Detrick and the community, fostering leadership and a quality workforce for installation readiness and transformation.
ONE-G, Orientation for New Employees
The Orientation for New Employees (ONE-G) will consist of activities that are started during in-processing and include the necessary exchange of information for new employees. The ONE-G is done in four phases. The orientation is online and can be found on the Installation Extranet. Call the Direcotate of Human Resouces at (301) 619-7554 for more information.
DHR has four divisions:
Administrative Services Division
Administrative Services Division
1520 Freedman Drive, Suite 231
Fort Detrick, Maryland 21702
Phone Numbers to Call:
Chief, Administrative Services Division (301) 619-9948
Records Management/FOIA/Privacy (301) 619-8095
Official Mail Distribution Center (301) 619-3321
To contact Freedom of Information please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Administrative Services Division supports the Garrison and Mission Partners with administrative records management and installation mail support services.
Administrative Records Management includes: Congressional Inquiries, Freedom of Information Act requests, the Privacy Act Program, publishing regulations, policies and forms management.
The Official Mail Distribution Center provides mail services that include receipt, sorting and distribution of official mail. The OMDC also securely processes official registered and certified mail, as well as delivers all military mail to the Unaccompanied Enlisted Personnel Housing facility.
Army Continuing Education System
Phone: (301) 619-2854
FAX: (301) 619-2884
1520 Freedman Drive, Suite 109
Fort Detrick, Maryland 21702-9226
ACES incorporates three major programs:
Army Continuing Education
Civilian Training & Development
Learning Resource Center
Monday — Thursday: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Please note that the Army Learning Center located in Bldg. 1520, ACES has 3 computer stations available for educational and training purposes only. This service is available to all Fort Detrick personnel with a Federal ID. If you are having difficulty meeting your educational needs at your work station, please make use of this valuable asset.
Call (301) 619-2854, or E-mail, the ACES Ed Center today!
Civilian Education System (CES)
During the Army's transformation, civilians have been asked to perform tasks previously done by military personnel. To do a good job and perform well, they need the training and education formerly reserved for Soldiers.
In February 2003, the Army Chief of Staff's Army Training and Leader Development Panel identified civilian training as a high priority, and recommended implementing a centralized Army education system.
CES was the result of that recommendation and replaces existing programs. It is a progressive and sequential civilian-leader development program.
It provides enhanced leader development and education opportunities for Army civilians throughout their careers. As of right now, attending CES courses is not a mandatory requirement, but the proposal is being addressed by G-3.
We are in a changing time in the Army and we need to grow our leaders. Our civilians need to be better equipped and educated so they can be ready to meet the needs of the Army. It's a testament to our dedication to warfighters and their Families.
Functional Academic Skills Training (FAST)
Do you want to improve your academic skills? Do you want to raise your current GT score? If you answered yes to either question, FAST class is for you. FAST class is individualized, self-paced training to help soldiers attain academic competencies necessary for job proficiency and further training. You are supported by computer-based curricula, printed material, web links and an instructor. Soldiers who have a GT score below 110 are eligible. Units usually give priority to soldiers who have GT scores below 100. Your first step is to schedule the Test for Adult Basic Education (TABE).
To schedule a test call (301) 619-2856.
Military Personnel Division
Military Personnel Division (MPD)
Community Support Center
Bldg. 1520, Room 121, Freedman Drive
Telephone: (301) 619-7311
Monday-Wednesday and Friday 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Thursday Noon-4:30 p.m.
Military Personnel Division- Bethesda
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
9080 Beale Road,
Tranquility Hall, Bldg. 62,
Bethesda MD. 20814
Monday through Thursday 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. & Friday 1-4 p.m.
The MPD provides military personnel support services to all Army units assigned to Fort Detrick. The division also provides identification cards and Defense Eligibility Enrollment Reporting System updates for all military service members, active duty, Reserve component, retirees, and their family members.
The office also provides identification cards to Fort Detrick civilian employees and contractor personnel. Veterans Affairs benefits counseling is available to all military service members and their families one day of the month. Please call (301) 619-7311 for an appointment.
Incoming Soldiers reporting to units serviced by Fort Detrick MPD will report to their unit of assignment first. The assigned sponsor will escort the Soldier to MPD located in the Community Support Center, 1520 Freedman Drive, Room 121 to pick up Installation in-processing checklist. The Soldier will report with a copy of their PCS orders and leave form. Soldiers must be signed out from their losing unit and signed in from their gaining unit. Leave forms will have departure and return information completed. All Soldiers must be in duty uniform for in-processing.
Soldiers are eligible to pick up their Installation Out-Processing Checklist (DA form 137-2) ten business days prior to the start date of their leave. The Soldier will provide a copy of their PCS orders and approved leave form (DA form 31). Soldiers will final out one day prior to the start of their leave. All Soldiers will must be in duty uniform to out-process.
All separation requests will be submitted through the S1. Once all documents are received, orders will be processed and distributed. All separations will receive their installation clearing papers on their scheduled initial appointment date (10 business days prior to the leave start date).
Retirement requests are submitted through your S1. Please contact your S1 for checklists on Enlisted, Officer, and Medical Retirements. Once the retirement request is approved, orders will be processed, and the initial appointment is scheduled (10 business days prior to the leave start date) All Soldiers are required to be in uniform for out-processing.
Pre-Retirement/SBP Briefing: This briefing is MANDATORY for all Active Duty Soldiers. No reservations are required. Soldiers may wear civilian clothing and spouses are welcomed.Location: Building 1520 classroom 1 (SFL-TAPS classroom)
April 2, 2019
June 4, 2019
Aug. 6, 2019
Soldiers can request to participate in the quarterly Retirement Ceremony held at Fort Detrick.
RETIREMENT CEREMONY DATES:
May 9, 2019
Aug. 8, 2019
Please contact the Directorate of Operations, at (301) 619-2503 for information on participating in the Fort Detrick Quarterly Retirement Ceremony.
Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)
The Army Substance Abuse Program provides education & early intervention to help commanders, civilian supervisors, and the Fort Detrick and Forest Glen community reduce lifestyle risk factors to increase healthy outcomes. We are committed to understanding our supported units and their missions, anticipating what is needed to sustain mission readiness.
ASAP Mission: To strengthen readiness and support resilience of our most valuable resource – our Total Army Family
VISION: Integrate community resources that enhance readiness and resiliency
Purpose: Deter. Prevent. Assist.
ASAP Manager: 301-619-2120
Prevention Coordinator: 301-619-1751
Drug Testing Coordinator: 301-619-3409
Employee Assistance Program Administrator: 301-619-4657
Fax number 301-619-6359
1520 Freedman Drive, 2nd Floor, Room 217
USAG, Fort Detrick, MD 21702
Mon-Friday: 8:00 a.m.-4:30
To contact ASAP please email us at: usarmy.detrick.usag.mbx.dhr-asap
Commanders Risk Reduction Dashboard (CRRD)
Employee Assistance Program
Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)
Army Substance Abuse Program Services
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Personal Readiness Training
Unit Prevention Leader Course
Urinalysis Testing (Military SMART Testing)
Civilian Random and Pre-employment Testing
Rehabilitation services previously provided by the ASAP Clinical Program have been renamed under MEDCOM as Substance Use Disorder Clinical Care (SUDCC). The Behavioral Health Clinic and the SUDCC are located at 1546 Freedman Drive. For substance use related concerns, please call the Behavioral Health Clinic at (301) 619-0345 or 301-619-8105 during duty hours