Mission Statement

To coordinate timely and effective Military and Civilian personnel support to Commanders at all echelons to enhance the readiness and operational capabilities of the USASA, Fort Dix  and ensure success across the full spectrum of Military Personnel operations to include Joint and Inter-Agency support.


Vision Statement

To Maximize operational effectiveness and to facilitate enhanced Military Personnel support to the USASA, Fort Dix that is Reliable, Responsive and Timely.


The Army's Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention (SHARP) program exists so the Army can prevent sexual harassment and sexualassaults before they occur. Our goal is to eliminate sexual assaults and sexual harassment by creating a climate that respects the dignityof every member of the Army Family.
AER is a private nonprofit organization incorporated in 1942 by the Secretary of War and the Army Chief of Staff. AER’s mission is to provide emergency financial assistance to Soldiers, active and retired, to their Families, and to Surviving Spouses and Orphans of Soldiers who died while on active duty, or after they retired.
To strengthen the overall fitness and effectiveness of the Army's total workforce and to enhance the mission readiness of Soldiers. ASAP supports unit and individual readiness by deterrence through biochemical testing, prevention, treatment, and referral. AR 600-85 governs the program. Suicide prevention training is also available through ASAP. See AR 600-63.
Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, National Guard, Reserves, Government Employees, and Family members. We are an Educations Center Testing Center, Computer Lab and Academic Advisors for all Military Services
This site will soon contain information/documents routinely available to the public as well as documents previously released through the Freedom of Information Act, which have been the subject of multiple requests. This site will continue to grow as we add records in which the public has expressed an interest.
NOTICE: The Military Personnel Flight (MPF) will close at 12noon on the third Thursday of each month for in-house training. Customer Support will be minimally manned to service ID Cards & DEERS customers only. ♦ We accept walk-in customers between 7:30am – 2:30pm, but encourage that you make an appointment at https://rapids-appointments.dmdc.osd.mil. To make an appointment, follow the link and click MAKE APPOINTMENT, then enter JB MDL on Building or Site name.
Services for Military Personnel.
Our primary mission is to provide guidance and assistance when applying for Official and DiplomaticNo-Fee government passports. The passport section DOES NOT issue Tourist Passports. The Office of PassportServices of the Department of State makes the final determination on passports issued.
Reproduction/Printing Request, ordering forms for the ASA and assist with Army Records keeping guidance/training.
Pre-Retirement Briefings One-on-One individual Pre-Retirement briefings are by appointment only. Retirement Ceremonies USASA, Fort Dix provides execution guidance for unit-conducted and individual retirement ceremonies. Assist in ensuring ceremonies reflect gratitude for the Soldier’s service to our nation. Retiree Council Meetings US Army Support Activity (ASA), Fort Dix’s Retiree Council, is organized to enhance the prestige and morale of all the Military Services of the United States and military Retirees; disseminates information and resolves problems common to all Retirees; recommends and support resolutionsthat will enable the Chief of Staff of the Army, or other Military Services, to take action at the Department level to protect benefits military Retirees earned. The Council is governed by Army Regulation 600-8-7, Retirement Services Program, which establishes our Retiree Council, policiesand the geographical area of responsibility. The Council meets quarterly and all meetings are on Saturdays; Contact the Installation RetireeCouncil Chairman CSM (R) Joe Nolan by email or call (908) 451-1758, to obtain informationabout the council or membership inquiries. Quarterly Pre-Retirement Briefings SFL-TAP hosts a quarterly pre-retirement orientation (PRO) transition workshop. 2018’s PRO dates are: March 12, June 18, September 10,and December 10. Contact SFL-TAP at (609) 562-1756 to reserve your seat for an upcoming class. Survivor Benefit Plan Counseling IAW AR 600-8-7 The SBP is the sole means by which survivors can receive a portion of military retired pay. Participation inSBP allows retired members to voluntarily elect to receive reduced retired pay during their lifetime in order to provide a portion of their retired pay as an annuity to their survivor(s) following the retired Soldier’s death. All Soldiers must make an SBP election before retirement. Contact the RSO to schedule an appointment.