5th Battlefield Coordination Detachment
The 5th Battlefield Coordination Detachment, headquartered at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, liaisons from the theater Joint Force Land Component Commander (U.S. Army Pacific) – and designated Army forces commanders– to the theater Joint Force Air Component Commander (Pacific Air Forces) to coordinate cross-domain activities to enable mission command and the synchronization of joint fires into unified land operations in the Pacific area of responsibility.Visit their website at https://www.usarpac.army.mil/5thBCD/.
8th Theater Sustainment Command
The 8th Theater Sustainment Command ensures readiness of assigned units, plans, integrates and synchronizes theater distribution and sustainment with joint and enterprise partners, while building military relationships that develop partner (defense/sustainment) capacity in order to contribute to a stable and secure U.S. Indo-Pacific region.Visit their website at https://www.army.mil/8thtsc.
9th Mission Support Command
The 9th Mission Support Command is a U.S. Army Reserve command under the operational control of U.S. Army Pacific. Headquartered in Honolulu, Hawaii, the 9th Mission Support Command is comprised of approximately 3,500 Army Reserve Soldiers and 160 civilians throughout the Pacific to include Hawaii, Alaska, American Samoa, Japan, Korea, Guam and Saipan.Visit their website at https://www.usar.army.mil/9thMSC/.
18th Medical Command (Deployment Support)
The 18th Medical Command (Deployment Support) is the principle medical operations headquarters in the Pacific, strengthening the security and stability of our nation through trusted synchronization of Army Health System support by, with, and through our joint and combined partners.
Visit their website at https://www.usarpac.army.mil/18thmedcom/.
19th Military Police Battalion
The mission of the 19th Military Police Battalion is to provide criminal investigative services to the U.S. Army within the Pacific Rim geographical area of responsibility including the state of Alaska, Hawaii,South Korea, Japan and Okinawa. On order, the unit deploys individuals or detachments in support of contingency operations.
Visit their website at http://www.cid.army.mil/6th.html#sec4.
25th Infantry Division
The 25th Infantry Division deploys to conduct decisive actions in support of unified land operations. The division conducts continuous persistent engagement with regional partners to shape the environment and prevent conflict across the Pacific operational environment.Visit their website at https://home.army.mil/hawaii/index.php/25thID.
30th Signal Battalion
Headquartered at Wheeler Army Airfield, the 30th Signal Battalion is the Network Enterprise Center providing command, control,communications, computers, and information management services to 40,000 customers across 22 Army installations and four joint bases in Hawaii and 1,400 users in Kwajalein atoll.
The 30th Signal Battalion is one of four signal battalions in the 516th Signal Brigade that support the Army Pacific theater in Hawaii and other regions to include Alaska, Guam, Kwajalein and Japan.Visit their website at https://www.30thsignal.army.mil/.
94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command
The 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command provides joint and combined theater air and missile defense in order to meet operation plan requirements through the assurance of allies and deterrence within the Asia-Pacific area of responsibility.Visit their website at https://www.army.mil/94THAAMDC/.
196th Infantry Brigade
The 196th Infantry Brigade trains and validates all U.S.Army, Pacific assigned Army National Guard and U.S. Army Reserve forces in accordance with U.S. Army Forces Command and U.S. Army Pacific training guidance in order to ensure units are fully prepared to deploy in support of overseas contingency operations and other operations as directed.Visit their website at https://www.usarpac.army.mil/196th/.
311th Signal Command
The mission of the 311th Signal Command is to maintain and defend the Pacific LandWarNet, a secure Army network used throughout the Pacific region. Serving as the operational signal command for U.S. Army Pacific, the 311th Signal Command takes the lead to ensure the Pacific LandWarNet can be extended to support the deployment and integration of modular, expeditionary Army units called to execute contingency operations within its area of responsibility.
Visit their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/311th-Signal-Command-Theater-101727249863028/⚠.
413th Contracting Support Brigade and Regional Contracting Office-Hawaii
The Regional Contracting Office Hawaii provides quality services and support in the procurement of supplies, services, minor construction, and information and training. Our mission is to provide responsive and responsible contracting to the Army. This includes both pre and post award activities.Visit their website at https://www.acc.army.mil/ecc/413th/hawaii/.
500th Military Intelligence Brigade
The 500th Military Intelligence Brigade, located at Schofield Barracks, provides multi-disciplined intelligence support for joint and coalition war fighters in the U.S. Army Pacific area of responsibility.Visit their website at https://www.inscom.army.mil/MSC/500MIB/index.html.
599th Transportation Brigade
The 599th Transportation Brigade provides surface deployment and distribution services in order to project and sustain forces throughout the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command area of operations and globally as required.
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Army Field Support Battalion Hawaii
The Army Field Support Battalion Hawaii provides logistics and sustainment support to all units within Hawaii and other areas within U.S. Indo-Pacific Command not covered by a sister brigade, through prioritization, integration,and synchronization of the Army’s acquisition, logistics, and technology capabilities in order to maintain unit readiness. They are responsible for direct operational support to three combat brigades of the 25th Infantry Division, and 15 active duty and Reserve component combat support brigades within U.S. Army Pacific.Visit their website at https://www.aschq.army.mil/home/AFSBn_Hawaii.aspx.
Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies
The Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies addresses regional and global security issues, inviting military and civilian representatives of the United States and Asia-Pacific nations to its comprehensive program of executive education and workshops, both in Hawaii and throughout the Asia-Pacific region.Visit their website at https://apcss.org/.
Corps of Engineers – Honolulu District
The Honolulu District's area of operations is enormous -crossing five time zones, the international dateline and approximately 12million square miles of the Pacific Ocean - and includes the territories of Guam, American Samoa and Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands as well as the Freely Associated States including the Republic of Palau, Federated States of Micronesia and the Republic of the Marshall Islands. The Honolulu District has seven primary missions: military construction, civil works, interagency and international services, real estate, regulatory, environmental services and emergency management.Visit their website at https://www.poh.usace.army.mil.
Corps of Engineers – Pacific Ocean Division
The Pacific Ocean Division is one of nine divisions worldwide, which make up the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The Corps of Engineers provide vital public engineering services in peace and war to strengthen the United States’ security, energize the economy and reduce risks from disasters.Visit their website at https://www.pod.usace.army.mil/.
Hawaii National Guard
The Hawaii Army National Guard’s federal mission is to serve as an integral component of the total Army by providing fully-manned,operationally- ready, and well-equipped units that can respond to any national contingency ranging from war and peacekeeping missions to nation-building operations.
The state mission of the Hawaii National Guard is to provide a highly effective, professional, and organized force capable of supporting and assisting civilian authorities in response to natural disasters, human-caused crises, or the unique needs of the state and its communities.Visit their website at http://dod.hawaii.gov/hiarng/.
Installation Management Command Pacific
The U.S. Army Installation Management Command, or IMCOM, integrates and delivers base support to enable readiness for a globally-responsive Army.
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The NCO Academy trains current and future U.S. Army junior noncommissioned officers and international military students from countries around the Pacific. The academy helps develop the Warrior Leader Skills needed at the team and squad level and professional attributes in all students that promotes confidence in their ability to handle modern day leadership challenges.Visit their website at https://www.usarpac.army.mil/NCOA.
U.S. Army Pacific
U.S. Army Pacific postures and prepares Army forces,sustains and protects those forces in the theater, supports the development of an integrated joint force across domains, and builds military relationships that develop partner defense capacity in order to contribute to a stable and secure U.S. Indo-Pacific Command area of responsibility.Visit their website at https://www.usarpac.army.mil/.
U.S. Army Regional Health Command Pacific
U.S. Army Regional Health Command Pacific orchestrates the delivery of world-class medical care for service members, families and eligible beneficiaries and provided medical readiness and diplomacy in support of the U.S. Army Pacific in the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command area of responsibility.
Geographically U.S. Army Regional Health Command Pacific is the largest regional health command in Army Medicine and its area of responsibility includes all Army medical, dental, public health, and warrior care and transition services in Alaska, California, Hawaii, Japan, Korea and Washington state.Visit their website at https://www.army.mil/rhcpacific.