Current Status

Fort Jackson Community join us for a Return to School Virtual Town Hall from 6:30-8 p.m. Aug. 12. It will be streamed live of the U.S. Army Garrison Fort Jackson Facebook page at www.facebook.com/USArmyGarrisonFortJackson.

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General Order #2


Fort Jackson General Order #2 has been published

EZswk1OXQAAzOF1.jpgAs was announced earlier today in the virtual town hall, we will be making changes to our operations on Fort Jackson. Please read the attached note for some of these changes.



Gate Access update

Gate Access update

Beginning June 8, retirees and Veterans Health Identification Card (VHIC) holders, golfers and cyclists will be allowed on post Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday.

Retirees who are also federal employees will have access 7 days a week, but they will be required to show their Common Access Card (CAC) for access on Wednesday and Thursday.

If a retiree who works on the installation shows up without a CAC on Wednesday or Thursday and states that they left their CAC at home, they will be denied entry and be sent home to get their CAC.

Retirees who have a medical appointment may also access the installation on Wednesdays and Thursdays and must present a memorandum from Moncrief Army Health Clinic stating their name, date and time of their appointment at MAHC.

All food venders must go through Gate 4, be vetted through VCC and inspected before entry.

New employees will have a memorandum from CPAC stating the date they are allowed to come onto the installation to in-process.

Directorate of Family Morale, Welfare and Recreation

Updated July 10

Golf Club snack bar reopens

Family and MWR is pleased toannounce the limited re-opening of our Snack Bar at Fort Jackson Golf Club.

- The Snack Bar will only beopen Friday-Tuesday. 11 a.m. – 4 p.m., Grill: 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.

- Menu will be limited.

- Self- Serve items will notbe available (Fountain sodas, hot dogs, etc.)

- Only outside seating will beoffered with tables available on the back patio of the clubhouse and thepavilion. Seating limit of four per table.

- Entrance to the Snack barwill only be available through the front door of the clubhouse or one of theGolf Shop entrances.

- Social Distancing protocolswill be followed.

- Please respect the six feetsocial distancing protocol while in line, throughout the clubhouse and outdoorseating areas.

- Please abide by posteddirectional signage.

- Credit Card payments only.

- All orders will be served into-go boxes with plastic cutlery.

Effective July 10, 2020 all patronsare required to wear a mask while in the clubhouse.

Anyone attempting to enter without aface mask/covering will not be served and be required to leave.

June 4

Outdoor dining at the NCO Club

The NCO Club will provide outdoor seating during lunch beginning June 8.

Outdoor dining will take place by customers ordering from the cashier while in their vehicles. After placing the order, patrons will receive a pager then park and walk to their outdoor table. Customers will be asked to keep their face masks on until after the food is delivered. All food will be served in disposable containers. Customers are asked to clear their tables and place refuse in trash containers in designated areas to minimize risk to staff members.

Cyclists

Beginning June 8, cyclists riding on Fort Jackson will beallowed access to the installation Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturdayfor riding purposes only. They will be allowed to travel directly to the cluband depart installation. If cyclistsride to post and have a high temperature, they will be given a 15 to 30 minutecooling off period to meet temperature requirements before being allowed ontothe installation.

Cyclists are expected to follow all FortJackson policies and procedures.

Auto Craft Shop and Car Wash

The Fort Jackson Auto Crafts Shop and Sgt. Suds Car Wash will reopen soon. Patrons will be expected to follow all social distancing guidelines to include wearing a mask, maintaining six feet distance between people and wiping down equipment after use. The Auto Craft Shop will be open Thursdays and Fridays 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays.

The Sgt. Suds Car Wash will be open soon, 24 hours ad ay, 7 days a week.

Patrons are required to follow all posted signs and sanitization guidelines.



Religious Support Office

In-person religious services to resume

Daniel Circle and Main Post Chapels will reopen in lateJune for in-person religious services in a safe and secure environment toenhance the worship experience and protect the force.


Child and Youth Services

Child, Youth Services to reopen June 1 for Mission Essential personnel

Brig. Gen. Milford H. "Beags" Beagle Jr., Fort Jackson Commanding General, announced May 6 that CYS will reopen June 1 for Mission Essential personnel only.

More information can be found at the CYS website by visiting: https://jackson.armymwr.com/categories/cys-services, or by reading the documents below:

CYS reopening one-star note

USAG Temporary Policy #1 - CYS COVID-19 Contingency Operations

Encl. 1 - Mission Essential Personnel Application

Encl. 2 - Extended Care Form Dec. 19

Encl. 3 - Off-post Child Care Options


Child & Youth Services

To our Child Youth Services Families,

As we continue taking prudent measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19, we continue to focus on preserving the health and safety of our Soldiers, Families, workforce and surrounding community. To that end, Child and Youth Services (CYS) is prudently responding to a rapidly changing environment.

Effective Friday, 20 March, at 6 p.m., the following Child Development Center (CDC) and CYS programs will close for all patrons until further notice.

Scales CDC

Hood CDC

Hood School Age

Imboden CDC

Imboden School Age

Youth Services

Parent Central Services

Family childcare homes

Effective Friday, 20 March, at 8 p.m. we will close the CYS program at Lee CDC, to include all extended care, for all CYS patrons:

All CYS patrons should make alternate childcare arrangements to prepare for CYS child development center, school age center, and youth services closures. In these rapidly changing times, CYS will continue providing any and all updates to ensure awarenes. Please check the Jackson CYS Facebook page first, for updates. CYS will also send email notifications to all Jackson CYS patrons.

These are challenging time for the Fort Jackson community, and we understand the inconvenience closures create. Protecting our Fort Jackson Family requires each of us to do our part. We appreciate your support, patience and understanding.

Thank you,

Brig. Gen. Milford H. Beagle Jr.

Commanding General

Commissary Update

Retirees and their beneficiaries will be allowed to use the Commissary, The Exchange, and other services that are still operating on Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays.

The transaction limit is rescinded.

Restrictions on high demand essentials will remain in place until further notice.

Commissary hours

Sun. 11 a.m. - noon 65 and older and immunocompromised

Noon - 6 p.m. all authorized patrons

Mon. Closed

Tue. 7:30 a.m. - 9 a.m. 65 and older andimmunocompromised

9 a.m.- 8 p.m. all authorized patrons

Wed.- Thur. 10 - 11 a.m. 65 and older and immunocompromised

11a.m. - 8 p.m. all authorized patrons

Fri. 7:30- 9 a.m. 65 and older andimmunocompromised

9 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. all authorized patrons

Sat. 9-10 a.m. 65 and older andimmunocompromised

10 a.m. - 8 p.m. all authorized patrons

Retirees and their beneficiaries who are medically immunocompromised, as well as aged 65 and older, will continue to have priority shopping hours from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. on Tuesdays and Fridays to further reduce risk. This is a temporary change that will be rescinded once conditions allow.

March 18, 2020

To Our Commissary Patrons,

As we continue to monitor the latest updates and information about the COVID-19 pandemic, we are taking additional measures to ensure we safeguard the health and safety of our Soldiers, families, and civilian employees and preserve our ability to produce the Army’s newest Soldiers. Achieving this means temporarily modifying how we provide commissary services to our community patrons in order to best distribute food products. We anticipated an influx of patrons but did not anticipate a sustained excess purchasing of other than low demand items.

Effective 18 March the commissary will be open to authorized commissary patrons who are medically immunocompromised, as well as aged 65 and older, from 7:30 a.m. until 9:00 a.m. This is in an effort to reduce risk to what is considered a vulnerable population. All other eligible patrons will then be allowed to shop during the remainder of the store’s open hours.

In addition to limiting the purchase of shortage products to one item per person, the commissary will limit the maximum number of shoppers allowed in the store at one time to 100. This will facilitate better social distancing and reduce overcrowding. The commissary will also post a list of shortage items outside the entry way of the store each day to better inform customers before entering.

My goal is to ensure that we meet the essential needs of our families and workforce as we endure this pandemic crisis. We have put additional measures in place to limit access to the installation to ensure that we can meet those needs. Your understanding and patience is greatly appreciated.

Thank you,

Brig. Gen. Milford H. Beagle, Jr.

Commanding General

Dental Clinic

Dental Clinic updateduring COVID-19 HPCON C.

Caldwell Dental Clinic is currently the only open dentalclinic for all Fort Jackson military personnel. Hagen, Oliver and Oral SurgeryDental Clinics are temporarily closed.

Caldwell Dental Clinic is located at Bldg. 4950, StromThurmond Blvd. Front Desk/Appointments: (803) 751-5178/6017/5529.

In an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, allroutine/elective/non-deploying dental readiness examinations are postponeduntil further notice (Ref FRAGO 18 TO HQDA EXORD 144-20). Deploying Soldiersand AIT Students will continue to receive their periodic annual dental exam.AIT Cadre will coordinate with Caldwell Dental Clinic staff for bulk dentalexam time slots.

ID Card information

ID Card Exceptions to Policy

(These exceptions expire Sept. 30, 2020)

1. Expiration dates: Uniformed Service ID (USID) cards will remain valid that expired on or after January 1, 2020 through September 30, 2020.

a. This does not apply to children turning age 21. If your child is attending college full-time, contact the Fort Jackson ID card issuance site. For secondary dependency information for incapacitated children, visit DFAS website at https://www.dfas.mil/.

b. Common Access Cards (CACs) will not be re-issued prior to 30-days of expiration date, or determined locally per installation mission capability.

2. Printed information on all ID cards: CAC or USID card will not be reissued for the purposes of changing information printed on the card.

a. No re-issuances on all ID cards to reflect new promotion (grade/rank).

b. Last name changes due to marriage or divorce.

3. Increased minimum age for all ID card issuances requirement from age 10 to 14.

4. Mobilized Reserves (includes NG) and their eligible dependents will continue using the Reserve USID card to obtain active duty benefits.

5. DOD civilians transferring between components(i.e., Air Force to Army) will retain existing CAC, no re-issuance. Requesting Family member DEERS enrollment and other DEERS updates remotely by eMail, Fax, Online, or Mail.

Procedures for Requesting Family member DEERS enrollment and other DEERS updates remotely by eMail, Fax, Online, or Mail.

(Normal procedures resume on Oct. 1, 2020)

1. Sponsor completes DD Form 1172-2:

https://www.cac.mil/Portals/53/Documents/dd1172-2.pdf or https://www.dmdc.osd.mil/self_service.

2. Provide copies of 2-acceptable identity documents, i.e., Military ID card, Driver’s license, and Passport. Refer to “List of Acceptable Identity Documents for ID Card Issuance” at https://www.cac.mil/.

3. Documents supporting request to determine eligibility as listed below. For a complete listing of acceptable eligibility documents, refer to AFI 36-3026, Vol 1, Attachment 5, page 310.

a. Lawful spouse –Photo ID, Marriage cert & SSN card, Birth certificate, or court order Legitimate Child (newborn of marriage) – Birth certificate, SSN card (if available)

b. Stepchild – Child& Parent Birth certificate, Parent Marriage certificate & SSN card (if available)

c. Student (age21-23) – Proof of full-time school enrollment at an accredited college.

d. 100 Percent Disabled Veteran – VA letter with 100% disability, DD Form 214 indicating Honorable or General discharge. Less than 100% do not warrant Military ID card, unless unemployed due to disability;VA provides VHIC for shopping privileges.

e. Divorce – Refer to Army Former Spouse Eligibility Determination Table 3-2 thru 3-4 AFI 36-3016 Page 72. All cases are handled at the Army Project Office.

f. ID card requests remotely for dependents & retirees (renewals only accepted if USID expired prior to 1 Jan 2020 or lost).

Legal Assistance Office to reopen

Legal Assistance Office to reopen

Starting April 14, the Fort Jackson Legal Assistance Office will take in-person appointments on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursday for active-duty service members and their dependents.


If you need additional legal assistance or need to speak with an attorney, please call 803-751-4287. We will respond as soon as possible.

For legal resources, please see the Fort Jackson OSJA Facebook page at

https://www.facebook.com/FTJacksonOSJA/. These resources include information on military administrative matters such as GOMORs, FLIPLS, etc.

You can also find South Carolina specific information at https://www.scbar.org/public/get-legal-help/common-legal-topics/.

If you need a Power of Attorney, please create your own with the templates found at https://www.jag.navy.mil/legal_services/SPOA.htm.

Please be advised you will have to secure your own notary services at institutions such as banks and credit unions.

Continue to check the Fort Jackson OSJA Facebook page for updates.

Changes to services

Changes to the Delivery of Services for Retiree Beneficiaries

1. Beginning 6 April, only mission essential and key personnel will be allowed on post as a response to increased cases of COVID-19 on the base. This is another modification to normal operations and is intended to disperse vulnerable populations while preserving access to essential services. This newest measure temporarily involves changing how, when, and where services are delivered to retirees and beneficiaries. The changes include modifications to installation access, medical services, the commissary, the Identification (ID) Card facility, and other essential services that are minimally staffed, yet remain in operation.

2. The number of COVID-19 confirmed cases on Fort Jackson increased as the post follows contact trace methods for each case and then tests individuals who have been in close contact with a person having COVID-19. Incorporating safety as an integral part of all aspects of daily operations can minimize undue risk. Fort Jackson leaders are taking innovative measures to reduce known vulnerabilities that minimize hazards to the maximum extent possible.

3. (Medical Appointments) Effective April 6, MEDDAC will provide retiree enrolled beneficiaries their medical benefits at the Moncrief Medical Home. This applies to retiree beneficiaries who normally receive their health care at Moncrief Army Health Clinic on Fort Jackson. Moncrief Army Health Clinic will remain open every day to those retirees who live in waterfall housing on Fort Jackson, active duty service members, and their dependents. The address for the Moncrief Medical Home is 1021 Pinnacle Point Drive, Columbia, S.C. 29223 and the telephone number is 803-562-2107. Specialty medical referrals may be referred to Moncrief Army Health Clinic, where possible. Otherwise, the off-post referral system will continue to be used for specialty appointments. For any questions or concerns regarding medical care, please contact the Moncrief Patient Advocates at 803-751-2278 or 803-751-2425.

4. (Pharmacy) Retiree enrolled beneficiaries who do not live on Fort Jackson should fill prescriptions at the Moncrief Medical Home. Retiree beneficiaries who live on the installation will continue to fill prescriptions at Moncrief Army Health Clinic. Beneficiaries who do not live on the installation and are not enrolled at Moncrief Army Health Clinic or Moncrief Medical Home, may continue receiving their medication at the Moncrief Army Health Clinic pharmacy on Fort Jackson each Tuesday and Friday. Another option for non-enrolled beneficiaries is to use the TRICARE Mail Order Pharmacy at 1-877-363-1303 or https://militaryrx.express-scripts.com/home-delivery (co-pay applicable) or visit a local pharmacy in their community. Beneficiaries who are enrolled at Moncrief Army Health Clinic should continue receiving their health care and medication at Moncrief Medical Home, until further notice.

5. (Installation Access) Retirees and their beneficiaries will have access to the installation and all available services on Tuesdays and Fridays. Exceptions include the following: The ID Card Facility will remain open daily by appointment only, with walk-in appointments accepted for lost

or expiring ID cards. The Department of Human Resources (DHR) will provide appointment rosters to installation security guards to ensure access. For lost and expiring ID cards, installation security guards will validate a second form of identification and expiration dates before referring personnel to the ID card facility for a walk-in appointment.

6. (Other Services) Also effective April 6, retirees and their beneficiaries will be allowed to use the Commissary, The Exchange, and other services that are still operating on Tuesdays and Fridays only. Retirees and their beneficiaries who are medically immunocompromised, as well as aged 65 and older, will continue to have priority shopping hours from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. on Tuesdays and Fridays to further reduce risk. This is a temporary change that will be rescinded once conditions allow.

7. We value our retiree and veteran population as integral members of the Fort Jackson community. Our primary means of combating COVID-19 are social distancing and sanitization procedures. These changes preserve access to essential services, while helping to keep everyone safe and healthy. The more we work together, the quicker we will return to normal operations. By creating time and space separation at critical shared services, we will better protect everyone from the spread of COVID-19.

For timely information, follow Fort Jackson social media platforms and visit our COVID-19 prevention and updates page at https://home.army.mil/jackson/index.php/about/COVID-19-Prevention-and-Updates.

Download the Fort Jackson app, available on Apple and Android devices, to receive current updates and notifications.

Moncrief Army Hospital Clinic update


Update June 4

Moncrief offers COVID testing

Moncrief Army Health Clinic on Fort Jackson is available to test for the COVID-19 virus, Monday through Saturday, from 7 a.m. until 10 p.m. and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. at the Acute Care Clinic.

Authorized beneficiaries or GS employees who are symptomatic, or have been identified as requiring testing due to close contact to a COVID-19 patient, are advised to seek testing at Moncrief Army Health Clinic for rapid test resulting (as quickly as 2 hours), activation of nurse case manager support, and Army public health tracing for installation health. This action ensures maximal health benefit to the entire Fort Jackson team.

Responsible reporting of positive COVID-19 is extremely important in containing this virus; if you contract COVID-19, please inform your leader or supervisor promptly so they can help protect others. If you or a family member receive a positive test result and you were not tested at Moncrief please immediately notify your supervisor and Moncrief case management at 803-429-5046.

Update April 6

Medical

Effective April 6, MEDDAC will provide retiree enrolled beneficiaries their medical benefits at the Moncrief Medical Home. This applies to retiree beneficiaries who normally receive their health care at Moncrief Army Health Clinic on Fort Jackson. Moncrief Army Health Clinic will remain open every day to those retirees who live in waterfall housing on Fort Jackson, active duty service members, and their dependents. The address for the Moncrief Medical Home is 1021 Pinnacle Point Drive, Columbia, S.C. 29223 and the telephone number is 803-562-2107. Specialty medical referrals may be referred to Moncrief Army Health Clinic, where possible. Otherwise, the off-post referral system will continue to be used for specialty appointments. For any questions or concerns regarding medical care, please contact the Moncrief Patient Advocates at 803-751-2278 or 803-751-2425.

Pharmacy

Retiree enrolled beneficiaries who do not live on Fort Jackson should fill prescriptions at the Moncrief Medical Home. Retiree beneficiaries who live on the installation will continue to fill prescriptions at Moncrief Army Health Clinic. Beneficiaries who do not live on the installation and are not enrolled at Moncrief Army Health Clinic or Moncrief Medical Home, may continue receiving their medication at the Moncrief Army Health Clinic pharmacy on Fort Jackson each Monday, Tuesday and Friday. Another option for non-enrolled beneficiaries is to use the TRICARE Mail Order Pharmacy at 1-877-363-1303 or https://militaryrx.express-scripts.com/home-delivery (co-pay applicable) or visit a local pharmacy in their community. Beneficiaries who are enrolled at Moncrief Army Health Clinic should continue receiving their health care and medication at Moncrief Medical Home, until further notice.

Moncrief Pharmacy Update - Updated March 27

COVID-19 prompts changes to Moncrief Pharmacy Operations

In the wake of changes to Fort Jackson’s Operation Status, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Moncrief Army Health Clinic Pharmacy procedures will be modified. We will continue to do our best to meet your health care needs.

•The Moncrief Army Health Clinic Pharmacy will provide extended service this Saturday Only!

1) MAHC Outpatient Pharmacy will operate from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (normally 7:30 a.m. to noon)

2) PX Refill Pharmacy will operate from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (normally 9 a.m. to noon)

Beginning Monday,March 30, the following changes will take place at the Moncrief pharmacies.

New prescriptions

1) All active-duty personnel, Family members, and unrestricted beneficiaries on Fort Jackson will need to drop off all prescriptions and return to their respective pharmacy upon text notification or phone call from the pharmacy.

2) Beneficiaries who do not have access to the installation but are receiving medical care at Moncrief Medical Home can receive their medication at Moncrief Medical Home.Patients will need to drop off all prescriptions and return 72 hours (3business days) later. You may be asked to wait in your car after check-in for social distancing purposes.

3) Beneficiaries who do not have access to the installation, and are not enrolled at Moncrief Army Health Clinic or Moncrief Medical Home (MMH) will not be able to receive their medication at our pharmacy.

For non-enrolled beneficiaries who cannot access Fort Jackson during post closure, options include: TRICARE Mail Order Pharmacy 1-877-363-1303 or https://militaryrx.express-scripts.com/home-delive...(co-pay applicable) or, they can visit a local pharmacy to receive their medication (co-pay applicable). See list of nearby pharmacies.

Refills

1) Active-duty personnel, their family members and unrestricted beneficiaries with access to Fort Jackson, mandatory call-in for Prescription refill request and pick up at PX Refill Pharmacy is required. (Up to 72 business hours for processing)

2) Beneficiaries who do not have access to the installation but are receiving medical care at Moncrief Medical Home can receive their refills at Moncrief Medical Home.Patients will need to drop off all prescriptions and return 72 hours (3business days) later. You may be asked to wait in your car after check-in for social distancing purposes.

3) For non-enrolled beneficiaries who cannot access Fort Jackson during post closure, options include: TRICARE Mail Order Pharmacy 1-877-363-1303 orhttps://militaryrx.express-scripts.com/home-delive... (co-pay applicable) or,they can visit a local pharmacy to receive their medication (co-pay applicable). See list of nearby pharmacies.


For more information, call Moncrief Army Health Clinic Public Affairs Office at (803) 751-2291

Note to Fort Jackson Workforce and Families

Note to our Fort Jackson Workforce and Families,

Our efforts over the past few weeks have been dedicated to doing our part in preventing the spread of COVID-19 and preserving the health and safety of our Soldiers, families and workforce. I feel that our messaging has been timely and accurate but under current conditions, we are learning that “accuracy” has a shelf life of 24-48 hours. Our overall approach has remain un-changed: Prevention – Detection – Containment.

Mitigating COVID-19 effects is a key component of prevention. My sense is that a majority of our installations workforce and families are taking the appropriate precautions and doing their part to be responsible. Nonetheless, there are many on our team that are not taking this seriously and continuing to operate in a “business as usual” manner both personally and professionally. Just because you feel fine and others around you look fine is not a prudent measure to gauge your safety. Regardless of what set(s) of facts you use to make your personal decisions; your decisions impact others. We have people on our installation with lowered immune systems, are at risk and we have the largest vulnerable population in our Army.

Prevention is about changing behavior, habits and attitudes. Our personal plans, opinions and perspectives are not helpful in this situation and under these conditions. As an Army value “Selfless” service applies to us all. Some of our dependent and military connected population may feel that policies and mandates don’t apply to them but your actions can create risk to our force. Not doing your part to prevent and reduce the spread is selfish to your teammates, co-workers and our local community.

Social Distancing as I have stated is an individual, unit and installation responsibility. Yet, there are those that insist on continuing normal social practices (going to large gatherings, block parties, play dates, conducting non-essential activities, etc.). As an installation, we will adhere to social gathering measures, travel policies and other preventative measures. Those that do not may find themselves in an un-ethical position which is not the intent of these measures.

I ask all of our FT Jackson teammates and families to do your part. A short period of discomfort and a change to your habits and norms is a small price to help us prevent / limit the spread of COVID-19 on our installation. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Help us help ourselves. Thank you!

Brig. Gen. Milford H. Beagle Jr.

Commanding General



Changes coming to gates

March 19, 2020

Changes coming to all gates starting at 3:30 p.m. today

To Our Fort Jackson Family,

As we continue to monitor the latest updates and information about the COVID-19 pandemic, we are taking additional measures to ensure we safeguard the health and safety of our Soldiers, families, and civilian employees, while preserving our ability to produce the Army’s newest Soldiers.

To that end, Fort Jackson will implement the following additional protective measures 19 March 2020. Department of the Army Security Guards will conduct a general health and welfare assessment of all personnel entering Fort Jackson at each gate. This will include a temperature check and additional questions regarding COVID-19 symptoms. These additional measures comply with all local law enforcement and HIPAA laws.

To ensure adequate manning for this change in mission, Gate 5 will close at 10:00 18 March and will remain closed until further notice. Gates 1, Gate 2, and Gate 4 will remain open at their normal times. Your understanding and patience is greatly appreciated.

Additionally, only Defense Biometric Identification System (DBIDS) card holders in the following categories will retain continued access to Fort Jackson after 18 March 2020:

· Approved Contractors

· Care Givers

· Government Housing Residents

· Department of Defense Family

· Dependent Agents Caring for Family

· Mission Support Personnel

All other categories of DBIDS card holders will be denied access beginning 19 March 2020.

Active duty family members, retirees and their families are not affected by this change. Your continuing patience and understanding is appreciated.

Thank you,

Brig. Gen. Milford H. Beagle, Jr.

Commanding General


Modification to Fort Jackson services

Modification to Fort Jackson services

To our Fort Jackson Family,

As we continue doing our part to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and preserve the health and safety of our Soldiers, families, workforce and surrounding community, we have responded to rapidly changing conditions by adjusting the delivery of services. The following services will be changed as published until 11 May, at which time we will reassess.

For housing, Balfour Beatty will suspend routine and preventive maintenance work orders until 31 March. For emergency work orders, residents should call (803) 787-6416.

All Fort Jackson schools are closed from 16 to 31 March. Our local schools are providing instructions and resources to continue educating through digital learning.

Beginning 18 March, Fort Jackson will no longer permit installation access to Veteran Health Identification Card (VHIC) eligible Veterans. Only Common Access Card (CAC), dependent identification (ID) card holders, retiree ID card holders, and Defense Biometric Identification System (DBIDS) card holders will be allowed on Fort Jackson. Current installation gate operating hours will remain the same, but may be modified as conditions warrant.

The majority of Directorate of Family, Morale, Welfare and Recreation (DFMWR) services will be cancelled and modified from 18 March through 11 May. Victory Hall, Magruder’s Pub and the Coffee Trolley will close. The Non-Commissioned Officer’s (NCO) Club buffet will close, but will offer carry out options. The gyms, bowling lanes, library, and Outdoor Recreation Center will close. The Legion Landing and Weston Lake cottages will remain open rentals. All activities scheduled through 11 May and associated with these closed venues will be cancelled or postponed. Army Community Service (ACS) classes and workshops will also be cancelled or postponed. Please review the Fort Jackson website https://jackson.armymwr.com/, Fort Jackson Application, The Leader, and FMWR Facebook page for more information. You may also call (803) 751-6990 with inquiries.

Fort Jackson is currently assessing the delivery of Child Development Center and Child Youth Services support. Youth sports are cancelled or postponed until further notice. We will continue to keep you informed as decisions regarding Child Development Center services become final this week.

To help bridge the gap for military children out of school, the United Service Organization (USO) will be live streaming a virtual story time on their Facebook page (facebook.com/USOSouthCarolina) daily at 1000 and 1600 HRS beginning 17 March.

AAFES will modify the following services through 11 May. The post movie theater will close. All food venues to include the AAFES Post Exchange (PX) will provide drive through or carry out service only; no eating in. The PX will remain open for sales, but will post purchase limits on select items.

The commissary will remain open, but will post purchase limits on select items to ensure quantities remain available to other patrons.

Thank you for your understanding and flexibility as we continue adjusting our response to COVID-19. Preserving the health and safety of our community requires each of us to do our part. Your willingness to adapt to these changes, while sharing accurate information, will help enable a more rapid response to a fluid situation.

Note to Fort Jackson community - March 16

To our extended Fort Jackson Family,

Our efforts over the past few weeks have been dedicated to doing our part in preventing the spread of
COVID-19 and preserving the health and safety of our Soldiers, families and workforce. Based on the
rapid pace of changing conditions, the speed of information and void of information in some areas, I will
be the first to admit and take full ownership in creating some confusion. Where there is a problem,
there is a solution; and where there is confusion, there is a cause.

One source of information and cause of confusion stems from our recent town hall series and
subsequent messaging. I feel that our messaging has been timely and accurate, however under current
conditions, we are learning that accuracy has a shelf life of 24 hours.

The focus of our town hall series is directed to our installation, workforce, military families and our local
community (Columbia, S.C. and surrounding counties). A need exists to keep the friends and families of
our training population informed, as well. However, the ability to communicate information that helps
external families distinguish between the training population and the permanent stationed Soldiers,
workforce, and families is a challenge.

We have made our best effort to compartmentalize information, but based on the effects and impacts
of COVID-19, it is difficult to separate Fort Jackson community information from our trainee's support
base in order for it to make sense to those friends & family of our training population.

So here is the solution: going forward for our virtual town halls, we will continue to provide an overall
update for our local population. In addition, I will bring the commanders of the units that are close to
their graduation dates to provide updates on the Soldiers in training and their near term plans. As we
post information such as graduation ceremonies, our installation messages and other updates, please
keep in mind that every training unit at Fort Jackson has a social media platform to provide more refined
and detailed responses specific to your Soldier, family member or friend.

This situation will continue to be fluid as we race against time to blunt the community transmission of
COVID-19 and the paralytic impact it has had on other communities across the globe; we need
everyone's help to remain focused on our primary mission. My team and I are grateful for your support,
patience and understanding. Your willingness to follow our messaging and stay engaged is a testament of you doing your part. Thank you!

School Closure

March 15, 2020

DODEA school closure

Fort Jackson made the decision to follow SC Governor Henry McMaster’s precedence to close schools from March 16 through March 31. Fort Jackson DODEA schools will close effective March 16 and remain closed through March 31. We made this decision to ensure the safety of our students, teachers and other school administrative personnel.

To ensure we continue providing students educational opportunities, DODEA schools will work diligently over the next few days to prepare online lessons for students. Our local DODEA school leadership will soon provide additional details to parents on how they will implement Google Classroom platforms this week. Our administrators will also assist Families that may need additional devices, if there are not enough at home. More information is and will continue to be made available at the DoDEA Coronavirus information page at https://www.dodea.edu/coronavirus.cfm

At this time, the Child Development Centers will remain open. We are assessing conditions to further determine the need to adapt services. As warranted, we will implement any changes in a manner that best supports those who require services, while also protecting our community.

Thank you for your continued understanding and cooperation during these trying times. Each of us plays a role in ensuring the safety of Fort Jackson and our surrounding communities.

DOD Stop Movement

March 14, 2020

Department of Defense issued Stop Movement Order

Effective immediately, Fort Jackson military, DoD civilian personnel, and their families will stop movement from 16 March 2020 through 11 May 2020. This order applies to all Permanent Change of Station (PCS) and Temporary Duty (TDY) moves. Those who are already cleared and moving by PCS will proceed to final destinations and all TDY personnel will return to home station upon completion of the TDY. Individuals who are pending retirement or separation during this period are exempt and will continue to process to retirement or separation, and travel by patients and medical providers for the purpose of medical treatment for DoD personnel and their family members is authorized.

Soldiers in training and scheduled to graduate will graduate, but will not proceed to Advanced Individual Training (AIT), intermediate courses, or permanent duty assignment. Basic Combat Training (BCT) and AIT graduation ceremonies will be posted to social media for families to view and those graduates will immediate resume training here at Fort Jackson until the travel restriction is lifted.

Further measures to limit access to Fort Jackson will be implemented in the coming days. As I have indicated earlier in Town Hall meetings, Fort Jackson remains postured to scale our response to COVID-19 protection measures as a means to protect our community, both on and off the installation. All family members of our training population are asked to refrain from making plans to travel to Fort Jackson until the travel restriction is rescinded.

I know these changes disrupt the plans made by many. Trust that these decisions were not made lightly and are implementing the highest precautions necessary to protect our nation’s most precious resource, our People. As I have stated before, the Army is inherently risky by nature and safety is an integral part to all aspects of our daily operation; we can never fully mitigate every hazard and immediately abiding by this order is what we must do to minimize the COVID-19 hazard to our People, our communities, and our Army. We will continue to publicly share weekly updates through our virtual Town Hall series on Facebook Live. I encourage you to connect, ask questions, and remain attuned to the changes as they are published.

Brig. Gen. Milford H. Beagle Jr.

Chapel services update

Community chapel services and events discontinued

Fort Jackson will discontinue all community chapel services and events until further notice due to COVID-19 concerns. Brig. Gen. Milford H. Beagle Jr., Fort Jackson commander, made the decision after carefully considering courses of action.

This decision includes all regularly scheduled worship services and activities at all five installation chapels and the troop services held at the Solomon Center. Religious services, as well as low density faith groups, will still be held in the battalion areas for trainees by unit chaplains. Unfortunately, participation in these services is limited to trainees. We greatly appreciate all of our volunteers, however, we ask that no civilian volunteer or congregants come to Fort Jackson for worship or to provide religious support volunteer services.

Family Day and in-person graduation canceled

Both Family Day and Basic Combat Training in-person graduation ceremonies are canceled until further notice. Graduation ceremonies are streamed live at www.facebook.com/fortjackson.


To our extended Fort Jackson Family,

In an effort to ensure readiness of our Soldiers and teammates on Fort Jackson, I have canceled both Basic Combat Training Family Day and graduation ceremonies until further notice. At a minimum, this suspension will be in effect until 30 April 2020. This decision was not an easy one to make. We are in constant consultation with local, state and Army leadership to determine our best and safest courses of action. We will continue producing the trained Soldiers the Army and the American public expects. We must continue training to ensure our Army is ready without increasing risks.

I could not with a clear conscience, allow Family members to travel from around the country, some as far away as Alaska, Puerto Rico, or California, to potentially put themselves or their Soldiers at risk. I must be a good steward of our Nation’s most precious resource, our nation’s sons and daughters. Soldiers of graduating units will be allowed to call home per our normal procedures the week prior to their graduation. Please follow your Soldier’s unit social media platforms for updates. Thank you in advance for your patience, understanding and support.

Victory … Starts Here!

Brig. Gen. Milford H. Beagle Jr.

Commanding General

March 9 - COVID-19 response note

Fort Jackson leaders continue to monitor events associated with COVID-19 and plan to take all prudent measures necessary to ensure the safety of our service members, civilian employees, and their families.With that objective, I am implementing a number of modifications to normal operations in an effort to protect our community.

First, Family Day activities are cancelled immediately and for the foreseeable future.

Next, Graduation Day ceremonies will occur only on Hilton Field, weather permitting, with all Basic Combat Training graduates returning by government transportation to their battalion area to prepare for immediate onward movement to Advanced Individual Training. 1st Battalion, 34th Infantry Regiment graduates this week who have been approved for Privately Owned Vehicle travel to AIT with family members will be further reviewed by the command to determine if that course remains an option. No POV travel with family members will be allowed after this week’s graduation (1-34 IN BN); 2nd Battalion, 13th Infantry Regiment graduating next week will only travel by government issued ticket—no further POV travel will be authorized after March 12, 2020.

We are America’s Army and our bond with the public is trust. While these changes disrupt the plans many people have made, I believe that the family and friends of our graduating Soldiers trust that we do not make these decisions lightly and only implement the precautions outlined as prudent decisions designed to protect our Army Team and further prevent opportunities to introduce or spread COVID-19 exposure.

The Army is inherently risky by nature. However, safety is an integral part to all aspects of daily operations. We can never fully mitigate every hazard but we can minimize hazards to the maximum extent possible. We must be vigilant and adjust normal operating procedures to protect ourselves and loved ones from this illness. It takes a team effort for this to be effective, and it will take understanding and empathy by all.

There are currently zero confirmed cases of COVID-19 on our installation now. We will remain keenly attentive to our Public Health official’s guidance and the statistics published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as we evaluate and assess the risks to our force and the mission of Fort Jackson.

Sincerely,

Brig. Gen. Milford H. Beagle Jr., Commanding General

March 4 - Fort Jackson initial update

March 4, 2020

Fort Jackson leadership prioritizes the health and safety of our soldiers, civilians, and Family members. Initial Military Training leadership implemented additional screening procedures across basic training, including the 120th Adjutant General Battalion (Reception), to identify trainees who are at risk for COVID-19 exposure prior to sending them to their basic combat training unit. This additional screening assesses a Trainee's exposure to infected persons, international travel, and a medical screening for COVID-19 like symptoms. Across Fort Jackson, units are conducting preparations in the event a Soldier, Family member, or civilian employee is diagnosed with COVID-19. At this time, Fort Jackson has no confirmed COVID-19 cases. The Army is taking precautionary measures to protect the health of the force and maintain operational readiness. We will continue to evaluate current day-to-day operations to ensure the safety of all of our Soldiers, Family members and civilian personnel. We encourage all personnel to follow the guidance issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Closures

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Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation

Pre-owned Vehicle Lot reopens

The Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation has reopened the Pre-Owned Vehicle lot. See the Solomon Center Front Desk to register. Registration Hours are 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday -Friday and closed holidays and weekends.

Updated July 10

Golf Club snack bar reopens

Family and MWR is pleased to announce the limited re-opening of our Snack Bar at Fort Jackson Golf Club.

- The Snack Bar will only be open Friday-Tuesday. 11 a.m. – 4 p.m., Grill: 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.

- Menu will be limited.

- Self- Serve items will not be available (Fountain sodas, hot dogs, etc.)

- Only outside seating will be offered with tables available on the back patio of the clubhouse and the pavilion. Seating limit of four per table.

- Entrance to the Snack bar will only be available through the front door of the clubhouse or one of the Golf Shop entrances.

- Social Distancing protocols will be followed.

- Please respect the six feet social distancing protocol while in line, throughout the clubhouse and outdoor seating areas.

- Please abide by posted directional signage.

- Credit Card payments only.

- All orders will be served into-go boxes with plastic cutlery.

Effective July 10, 2020 all patrons are required to wear a mask while in the clubhouse.

Anyone attempting to enter without a face mask/covering will not be served and be required to leave.

Update June 19

Marion Street Station is open

Hours of operation:

Monday - Friday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Saturday 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Sunday/Holiday Closed

Weston Lake Recreation Area Opens June 20

Hours of Operation:

Tuesday - Friday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Saturday - Sunday 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Closed Monday/Holiday

Canoes, Paddle Boats, Kayak Rentals available.

Private boats and fishing allowed (Check in with iSportsman)

Community House, Shelters and Swimming not available.

Knight Pool Opens June 22

Lap Swimming Only

Monday, Wednesday, Friday 6 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Tuesday & Thursday 12 p.m. - 6 p.m.

Update June 4

Outdoor dining at the NCO Club

The NCO Club will provide outdoor seating during lunch beginning June 8.

Outdoor dining will take place by customers ordering from the cashier while in their vehicles. After placing the order, patrons will receive a pager then park and walk to their outdoor table. Customers will be asked to keep their face masks on until after the food is delivered. All food will be served in disposable containers. Customers are asked to clear their tables and place refuse in trash containers in designated areas to minimize risk to staff members.

Cyclists

Beginning June 8, cyclists riding on Fort Jackson will be allowed access to the installation Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday for riding purposes only. They will be allowed to travel directly to the club and depart installation. If cyclists ride to post and have a high temperature, they will be given a 15 to 30 minute cooling off period to meet temperature requirements before being allowed on to the installation.

Cyclists are expected to follow all Fort Jackson policies and procedures.

Auto Craft Shop and Car Wash

The Fort Jackson Auto Crafts Shop and Sgt. Suds Car Wash will reopen June 11. Patrons will be expected to follow all social distancing guidelines to include wearing a mask, maintaining six feet distance between people and wiping down equipment after use. The Auto Craft Shop will be open Thursdays and Fridays 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays.

Due to COVID -19 and social distancing guidance, we areoperating a first come first come first served usage method. The number of patrons at any given time and bay availability are limited. We are sorry for this inconvenience and look forward to seeing you soon.

The Sgt. Suds Car Wash will be open June 8, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Patrons are required to follow all posted signs and sanitization guidelines.


Updated May 18

Coleman, Perez and Vanguard gyms reopen

Coleman, Perez and Vanguard gyms reopened at 5 a.m. May 18 for mission essential personnel only. Active duty service members will be allowed to use the gyms from 5-7 a.m. Monday through Friday. They must be in PT uniform.

Coleman Gym Hours Monday-Friday 5 -7 a.m. Active Duty Only Monday-Friday 7 a.m. -8 p.m. All Authorized Patrons
Saturday-Sunday 7 a.m.-5 p.m Holidays Closed

Vanguard Gym Hours Monday-Friday 5 -7 a.m. Active Duty Only Monday-Friday 7 a.m. -8 p.m. All Authorized Patrons Saturday-Sunday 11:30 a.m. -5 p.m. All Authorized Patrons Holidays Closed

Perez Fitness Center Hours Monday-Friday 5 -7 a.m. Active Duty Only Monday-Friday 7 a.m. -8 p.m. All Authorized Patrons Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m. -5 p.m. All Authorized Patrons Holidays Closed

100% ID CARD CHECKS AND SIGN-IN/SIGN-OUT REQUIRED

PATRONS MUST BRING THIER OWN PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

MASKS REQUIRED WHILE MOVING AROUND THE FACILITY NOT WHILE EXERCISING

OPEN TO ALL FAMILY AND MWR-ELIGIBLE ID CARDHOLDERS AGE 16 AND OLDER

SHOWERS AND SAUNAS REMAIN CLOSED

USAG Temporary Policy #2 - Gym and Fitness Center Operations during COVID-19


NCO Club - Lunch carryout only (meals to be announced)

Magruders Club and Pub - Closed

Century Lanes Bowling Center - Closed

Ivy Lanes Bowling Center - Closed

Palmetto Greens Miniature Golf - Closed

Outdoor Recreation - Closed

Knight Pool - Closed

Coffee Trolley - Closed

Jack’s Inn - No new reservations

Retail Zone in the Solomon Center - Closed

Thomas Lee Hall Library - Closed

Victory Hall - Closed

Victory Bingo - Closed

Andy's Fitness Center - Closed

Solomon Center, to include Victory Travel - Closed

Office of the Staff Judge Advocate

Updated Aug. 4

Limited In-Person Legal Services for Retirees

Throughout August, the Fort Jackson Legal Assistance Office will offer limited in-person appointments on Tuesdays only for retirees and their Family members for notary public services, powers of attorney, and wills. Will appointments are limited to emergencies. All patrons must wear a face mask to enter the office. Call 751-4287 for more information.


The Fort Jackson Legal Assistance Office will take in-person appointments Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays fro active-duty service members and their dependents.OSJA.jpgClick on the image to learn more:

AAFES

Effective June 29, the Gate 2 Shopette hours will be from 4:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Mon-Fri and 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sat.-Sun.

Expanded outdoor seating

Gate 2 Shopette operating hours changes

AAFES will provide expanded outdoor seating at Food Court, Burger King, Popeyes and Starbucks. Every other table will be used to maintain proper social distancing rule and ensure appropriate staggering between those tables available and blocked off with wrapping. AAFES Staff will monitor social distancing compliance during service times. All patrons and children over 2 years old will be required to wear face coverings while inside the facility. Patrons not wearing a mask will not be provided service. Families may sit closer than six feet;all other patrons will maintain social distancing.


AAFES temporary hours:

Main Exchange: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Mon.-Fri. and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sat. and Sun.

SSI 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Mon.-Fri., Sat.- Sun. Closed

Main Barber Shop 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Mon.-Fri Sat-Sun. Closed : 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon. - Fri. and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sat.and Sun.

Clothing and Sales: Sun. and Mon.Closed, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tue. - Fri., 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sat.

Mini-mall Dry Cleaners: Sun. and Mon.Closed; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tues.-Sat.

Class 6:9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Mon. - Fri. and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sat. and Sun.

Gate 1 Express: 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.Mon - Fri. and closed Sat. and Sun.

Gate 2 Express: 4:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.Mon. - Fri. and 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sat. and Sun.

McCrady: Weds. - Sun. 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Exchange Food Facility temporary hours (Drive-Thru or Take-Out orders only)

Starbucks: 7 - 11 a.m. Mon. - Sat. (Effective 25 July)

Boston Market: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Arby's: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Qdoba: 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Charley's: 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Popeye's (drive through only): 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.Mon.-Sun.

Burger King (drive through only): 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Mon.-Fri.; and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sat. and Sun.

Curbside pickups available at Burger King and Starbucks call the numbers below to pick up.

Burger King: 803-708-5350

Starbucks: 803-237-1435

Dental Clinic

Dental Clinic update during COVID-19 HPCON C.

Hagen Dental Clinic is open 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Mon. - Fri.

Caldwell Dental Clinic is currently the only open dental clinic for all Fort Jackson military personnel. Oliver and Oral Surgery Dental Clinics are temporarily closed.

Caldwell Dental Clinic is located at Bldg. 4950, StromThurmond Blvd. Front Desk/Appointments: (803) 751-5178/6017/5529.

In an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, all routine/elective/non-deploying dental readiness examinations are postponed until further notice (Ref FRAGO 18 TO HQDA EXORD 144-20). Deploying Soldiers and AIT Students will continue to receive their periodic annual dental exam. AIT cadre will coordinate with Caldwell Dental Clinic staff for bulk dental exam time slots.

Religious Support Office

In-person religious services to resume

Daniel Circle and Main Post Chapels will reopen in lateJune for in-person religious services in a safe and secure environment toenhance the worship experience and protect the force.


Moncrief Army Health Clinic

Update June 4

Moncrief offers COVID testing

Moncrief Army Health Clinic on Fort Jackson is available to test for the COVID-19 virus, Monday through Saturday, from 7 a.m. until 10 p.m. and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. at the Acute Care Clinic.

Authorized beneficiaries or GS employees who are symptomatic, or have been identified as requiring testing due to close contact to a COVID-19 patient, are advised to seek testing at Moncrief Army Health Clinic for rapid test resulting (as quickly as 2 hours), activation of nurse case manager support, and Army public health tracing for installation health. This action ensures maximal health benefit to the entire Fort Jackson team.

Responsible reporting of positive COVID-19 is extremely important in containing this virus; if you contract COVID-19, please inform your leader or supervisor promptly so they can help protect others. If you or a family member receive a positive test result and you were not tested at Moncrief please immediately notify your supervisor and Moncrief case management at 803-429-5046.

Updated April 6

Medical

Effective April 6, MEDDAC will provide retiree enrolled beneficiaries their medical benefits at the Moncrief Medical Home. This applies to retiree beneficiaries who normally receive their health care at Moncrief Army Health Clinic on Fort Jackson. Moncrief Army Health Clinic will remain open every day to those retirees who live in waterfall housing on Fort Jackson, active duty service members, and their dependents. The address for the Moncrief Medical Home is 1021 Pinnacle Point Drive, Columbia, S.C. 29223 and the telephone number is 803-562-2107. Specialty medical referrals may be referred to Moncrief Army Health Clinic, where possible. Otherwise, the off-post referral system will continue to be used for specialty appointments. For any questions or concerns regarding medical care, please contact the Moncrief Patient Advocates at 803-751-2278 or 803-751-2425.

Pharmacy

Retiree enrolled beneficiaries who do not live on Fort Jackson should fill prescriptions at the Moncrief Medical Home. Retiree beneficiaries who live on the installation will continue to fill prescriptions at Moncrief Army Health Clinic. Beneficiaries who do not live on the installation and are not enrolled at Moncrief Army Health Clinic or Moncrief Medical Home, may continue receiving their medication at the Moncrief Army Health Clinic pharmacy on Fort Jackson each Monday, Tuesday and Friday. Another option for non-enrolled beneficiaries is to use the TRICARE Mail Order Pharmacy at 1-877-363-1303 or https://militaryrx.express-scripts.com/home-delivery (co-pay applicable) or visit a local pharmacy in their community. Beneficiaries who are enrolled at Moncrief Army Health Clinic should continue receiving their health care and medication at Moncrief Medical Home, until further notice.


Prescriptions must be dropped off and picked up only after patron is texted. Patrons not allowed to wait for their prescriptions.

DA Photo Lab

DA Photos suspended indefinitely

The Fort Jackson Photo Lab in accordance with HQDA EXORD 144-20 has suspended taking official Department of the Army photos until further notice. The lab will take command photos as needed. Questions/concerns should be directed to peter.m.lloyd.civ@mail.mil or (803) 354-2536.

Child & Youth Services

Child, Youth Services to reopen June 1 for Mission Essential personnel

Brig. Gen. Milford H. "Beags" Beagle Jr., Fort Jackson Commanding General, announced May 6 that CYS will reopen June 1 for Mission Essential personnel only.

More information can be found at the CYS website by visiting: https://jackson.armymwr.com/categories/cys-services, or by reading the documents below:

CYS reopening one-star note

USAG Temporary Policy #1 - CYS COVID-19 Contingency Operations

Encl. 1 - Mission Essential Personnel Application

Encl. 2 - Extended Care Form Dec. 19

Encl. 3 - Off-post Child Care Options


Effective Friday, March 20 , at 6 p.m., the following Child Development Center (CDC) and CYS programs will close for all patrons until further notice.

Scales CDC

Hood CDC

Hood School Age

Imboden CDC

Imboden School Age

Youth Services

Parent Central Services

Family childcare homes

Effective Friday, March 20 , at 8 p.m. we will close the CYS program at Lee CDC, to include all extended care, for all CYS patrons:

Youth Sports are canceled or postponed

Commissary hours

Effective April 28:

The transaction limit is rescinded. Restriction on high demand essentials will remain in place until further notice.

Retirees and their beneficiaries are allowed to use the Commissary, The Exchange, and other services that are still operating on Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays only. Retirees and their beneficiaries who are medically immunocompromised, as well as aged 65 and older, will continue to have priority shopping hours from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. on Tuesdays and Fridays to further reduce risk. This is a temporary change that will be rescinded once conditions allow.

Commissary hours effective April 7

Sun. 11 a.m. - noon 65 and older and immunocompromised

Noon - 6 p.m. all authorized patrons

Mon. Closed

Tue. 7:30 a.m. - 9 a.m. 65 and older andimmunocompromised

9 a.m.- 8 p.m. all authorized patrons

Wed.- Thur. 10 - 11 a.m. 65 and older and immunocompromised

11a.m. - 8 p.m. all authorized patrons

Fri. 7:30- 9 a.m. 65 and older andimmunocompromised

9 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. all authorized patrons

Sat. 9-10 a.m. 65 and older andimmunocompromised

10 a.m. - 8 p.m. all authorized patrons

There is no transaction limit.


The Commissary is limiting the number of some items to ensure availability for all patrons.

Installation Access/ID Card

The Directorate of Emergency Services recommends thoseliving and/or working on Fort Jackson to use Gate 1 (off of Jackson Blvd.) andGate 4 (off Boyden Arbor Road) and to avoid Gate 2 (Strom Thurmond Blvd.) onTuesdays and Fridays due to retiree traffic.

Retirees and their beneficiaries will have access to the installation and all available services on Tuesdays and Fridays. Exceptions include the following: The ID Card Facility will remain open daily by appointment only, with walk-in appointments accepted for lostor expiring ID cards. The Department of Human Resources (DHR) will provide appointment rosters to installation security guards to ensure access. For lost and expiring ID cards, installation security guards will validate a second form of identification and expiration dates before referring personnel to the ID card facility for a walk-in appointment.

Recycling Center

Starting April 14, the Recycle Center will open with limited operations to support Fort Jackson units on Tuesdays and Fridays from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The center will no longer be open on Wednesdays.

The recycling team will pick up cardboard at designated dumpsters and the Recycle Center will be open for units to bring clean, dry paper products, cardboard, metals, plastic, and pallets. Please do not bring items with food residue; those items must go into regular trash.

No residential recycling will be accepted.

For questions or concerns call (803)719-6580.

Civilian Personnel Advisory Center

Fort Jackson's Civilan Personnel Advisory Center is temporarily closed starting April 9.

For general inquiries, you may reach us at: (803)751-3219, Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Army Benefits Center (ABC) Retirement Information: 1-877-267-928

Worker's Compensation Information: 1-866-792-7620


Army Community Services

Classes and workshops are canceled or postponed.

The Lending Closet is closed.

Fort Jackson Museums

All four Fort Jackson museums are closed

Fort Jackson Family Homes

Community amenities, common areas and fitness centers

LifeWorks events canceled

Routine and preventative maintenance work orders suspended

Workers possibly utilizing gloves and masks when in homes and in business transactions

Offices open for business-essential purposes only

Observances

All observances involving large gatherings, including Easter Sunrise Service April 12, South Carolina Special Olympics May 8-10, and Retiree Appreciation Days May 14-16, are canceled.

All ethnic and special observances are postponed through June 30.

Taxi and COMET transportation

Taxi and COMET bus service on to Fort Jackson has been suspended

IHG

IHG Hotels are open 24-hours a day. Call 803-782-9802 for more information.

Schools

Fort Jackson schools will continue with digital learning until the end of the school year

FORT JACKSON, S.C. – The Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) Americas Region in direct and close coordination with For Jackson leadership has made the decision to continue with digital teaching and learning and keep school buildings closed to students for the remainder of the 2019/2020 school year.

 “In an effort to ensure the safety of our families, Soldiers and teammates on Fort Jackson, we decided to extend the closure of our on-post schools for the remainder of the school year,” said Fort Jackson Commander Milford H. Beagle, Jr. “I’m confident our students will continue to receive an excellent education as we continue taking advantage of digital technologies.”

While our schools will remain physically closed to students, teachers and administrators will continue to work diligently to maintain digital learning programs in order to ensure continuity of education for our amazing students. These programs continue to evolve and differ slightly for each community and school…but the goal is the same, to provide Excellence in Education for Every Student, Every Day, Everywhere.

We know that this decision is disappointing to our staff, students and families alike. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect every community across the Americas footprint. While some states are making decisions to slowly open up aspects of their economies, given the relatively short amount of time remaining in the current school year, DoDEA and military leadership agree that this was the prudent decision for our schools. The health and safety of our students, staff and communities is our highest priority.

This is obviously an extraordinarily challenging and concerning time for all of us. Watching our teachers, students and communities come together to ensure continuity of education for our military-connected students under these circumstances has been incredibly inspiring. Please continue to work diligently and cohesively to ensure that we build upon our successes to this point. Communication, moving forward, will be critical to the maintenance and evolution of these digital learning programs. Feel free to communicate all needs and concerns related to these programs to your teachers and principals. This type of feedback is important to the education process.

This affects Pierce Terrace Elementary School (pre-K through 1st grade) and C.C. Pinckney Elementary School (2-6th grade)

For more information regarding DoDEA’s response to COVID 19, go to: https://www.dodea.edu/Coronavirus.cfm

 

March 15, 2020

DODEA school closure

Fort Jackson made the decision to follow SC Governor Henry McMaster’s precedence to close schools from March 16 through March 31. Fort Jackson DODEA schools will close effective March 16 and remain closed through March 31. We made this decision to ensure the safety of our students, teachers and other school administrative personnel.

To ensure we continue providing students educational opportunities, DODEA schools will work diligently over the next few days to prepare online lessons for students. Our local DODEA school leadership will soon provide additional details to parents on how they will implement Google Classroom platforms this week. Our administrators will also assist Families that may need additional devices, if there are not enough at home. More information is and will continue to be made available at the DoDEA Coronavirus information page at https://www.dodea.edu/coronavirus.cfm

At this time, the Child Development Centers will remain open. We are assessing conditions to further determine the need to adapt services. As warranted, we will implement any changes in a manner that best supports those who require services, while also protecting our community.

Thank you for your continued understanding and cooperation during these trying times. Each of us plays a role in ensuring the safety of Fort Jackson and our surrounding communities.

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Changes to the Delivery of Services for Retiree Beneficiaries

1. Beginning 6 April, only mission essential and key personnel will be allowed on post as a response to increased cases of COVID-19 on the base. This is another modification to normal operations and is intended to disperse vulnerable populations while preserving access to essential services. This newest measure temporarily involves changing how, when, and where services are delivered to retirees and beneficiaries. The changes include modifications to installation access, medical services, the commissary, the Identification (ID) Card facility, and other essential services that are minimally staffed, yet remain in operation.

2. The number of COVID-19 confirmed cases on Fort Jackson increased as the post follows contact trace methods for each case and then tests individuals who have been in close contact with a person having COVID-19. Incorporating safety as an integral part of all aspects of daily operations can minimize undue risk. Fort Jackson leaders are taking innovative measures to reduce known vulnerabilities that minimize hazards to the maximum extent possible.

3. (Medical Appointments) Effective April 6, MEDDAC will provide retiree enrolled beneficiaries their medical benefits at the Moncrief Medical Home. This applies to retiree beneficiaries who normally receive their health care at Moncrief Army Health Clinic on Fort Jackson. Moncrief Army Health Clinic will remain open every day to those retirees who live in waterfall housing on Fort Jackson, active duty service members, and their dependents. The address for the Moncrief Medical Home is 1021 Pinnacle Point Drive, Columbia, S.C. 29223 and the telephone number is 803-562-2107. Specialty medical referrals may be referred to Moncrief Army Health Clinic, where possible. Otherwise, the off-post referral system will continue to be used for specialty appointments. For any questions or concerns regarding medical care, please contact the Moncrief Patient Advocates at 803-751-2278 or 803-751-2425.

4. (Pharmacy) Retiree enrolled beneficiaries who do not live on Fort Jackson should fill prescriptions at the Moncrief Medical Home. Retiree beneficiaries who live on the installation will continue to fill prescriptions at Moncrief Army Health Clinic. Beneficiaries who do not live on the installation and are not enrolled at Moncrief Army Health Clinic or Moncrief Medical Home, may continue receiving their medication at the Moncrief Army Health Clinic pharmacy on Fort Jackson each Monday, Tuesday and Friday. Another option for non-enrolled beneficiaries is to use the TRICARE Mail Order Pharmacy at 1-877-363-1303 or https://militaryrx.express-scripts.com/home-delivery (co-pay applicable) or visit a local pharmacy in their community. Beneficiaries who are enrolled at Moncrief Army Health Clinic should continue receiving their health care and medication at Moncrief Medical Home, until further notice.

5. (Installation Access) Retirees and their beneficiaries will have access to the installation and all available services on Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays. Exceptions include the following: The ID Card Facility will remain open daily by appointment only, with walk-in appointments accepted for lost or expiring ID cards. The Department of Human Resources (DHR) will provide appointment rosters to installation security guards to ensure access. For lost and expiring ID cards, installation security guards will validate a second form of identification and expiration dates before referring personnel to the ID card facility for a walk-in appointment.

6. (Other Services) Also effective April 6, retirees and their beneficiaries will be allowed to use the Commissary, The Exchange, and other services that are still operating on Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays only. Retirees and their beneficiaries who are medically immunocompromised, as well as aged 65 and older, will continue to have priority shopping hours from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. on Tuesdays and Fridays to further reduce risk. This is a temporary change that will be rescinded once conditions allow.

7. We value our retiree and veteran population as integral members of the Fort Jackson community. Our primary means of combating COVID-19 are social distancing and sanitization procedures. These changes preserve access to essential services, while helping to keep everyone safe and healthy. The more we work together, the quicker we will return to normal operations. By creating time and space separation at critical shared services, we will better protect everyone from the spread of COVID-19.

For timely information, follow Fort Jackson social media platforms and visit our COVID-19 prevention and updates page at https://home.army.mil/jackson/index.php/about/COVID-19-Prevention-and-Updates.

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200602-A-SO154-002.JPGFort Jackson community saves lives through blood donations

By Alexandra Shea, Fort Jackson Leader                                                                                                  The Fort Jackson community came together May 2 to help save lives by donating units of whole blood at the post’s Solomon Center. Though the blood drive was typical, it looked anything but with donor beds, chairs and screening stations spaced well over six feet apart.

200521-A-SO154-003.JPGJackson deploys thermal system in COVID fight

By Alexandra Shea, Fort Jackson Leader                                                                                                   Fort Jackson is the first military base to deploy the Thermal Imaging Fever System - a small, compact system to be found at the entrance to most battalion headquarters buildings to help win the battle against the spread of the COVID-19 virus through early detection.

200519-A-SO154-005.JPGGyms reopen with safety paramount

By Alexandra Shea, Fort Jackson Leader                                                                                              While not all gyms across the installation have reopened, those using the gym will see changes such as reduced hours, restricted use of showers, basketball courts and saunas, and no communal water coolers.

CASTELOW14.jpgTraining adapts to new challenges

By Robert Timmons, Fort Jackson Public Affairs                                                                                    The Army adapts to face new threats and working during the COVID-19 pandemic is no different. Sgt. 1st Class Donald Castelow, a senior drill sergeant in Alpha Company, 1st Battalion, 34th Infantry Regiment, and a panel member on the latest virtual town hall, recently described how those changes are affecting Basic Combat Training on Fort Jackson.

200508-A-SO154-011_1.JPGTrainee shipping time decreases despite increased safety measures

By Alexandra Shea, Fort Jackson Leader                                                                                                     The past few months have been unusual for Fort Jackson trainees, cadre and staff members as installation operations have changed to help battle the spread and containment of the 2019 novel coronavirus.

CYS_logo.pngCYS to reopen to mission essential personnel in June

By Robert Timmons, Fort Jackson Public Affairs                                                                                   Brig. Gen. Milford H. “Beags” Beagle Jr., Fort Jackson commander, announced May 6 that Child and Youth Services will reopen to mission essential personnel June 1.

95376705_10158062942511648_7076635820538462208_o.jpgPost begins moving towards 'steady state'

By Robert Timmons, Fort Jackson Public Affairs                                                                                       Brig. Gen. Milford H. “Beags” Beagle Jr., Fort Jackson commander and Post Command Sgt. Maj. Jerimiah Gan announced April 30 the installation’s plans to move toward “steady state” operations in near the future. There is no specific date set to reach this goal.

95798107_3436299786384761_4291066881579679744_o.jpgPushing Ahead

By Saskia Gabriel, Fort Jackson Leader                                                                                                       Newly arrived trainees to 2nd Battalion, 60th Infantry Regiment meet their drill sergeants and receive instruction for wearing cloth face coverings throughout their future training.

200427AZW5010103.jpgOn-post housing residents help each other be safe

By Veran Hill, Fort Jackson Public Affairs                                                                                                  Fort Jackson housing residents have come together in many ways during the pandemic. One group came together to purchase fresh produce, while another Fort Jackson Family is helping in a completely different way - sewing and providing free face masks.

94035760_10158017050141648_4557651683416473600_o.jpgChaplains ease fears, deliver message during trying times

By Leslie Ann "LA" Sully,  Fort Jackson Public Affairs                                                              Chaplains across the brigades are creating new ways to deliver their messages while maintaining the safety and health of everyone. Although regular in-person services at chapels have been temporarily discontinued, chaplains are still creatively reaching the religious needs of those they serve. Social distancing has added the restriction of not having platoons cross into other platoon areas which are making it harder to host services.

Disinfect your house.jpgTips to sanitize your home for COVID-19

By Veran Hill, Fort Jackson Public Affairs                                                                                              While we’re all washing our hands, keeping our distance from the masses and spending more time than ever at home, we should also focus on cleaning and disinfecting our homes.  This is paramount to combat the spread of Novel Coronavirus.  

CYS23.jpgJackson CYS keeps Families, staff informed

By Robert Timmons,  Fort Jackson Public Affairs                                                                            When Child & Youth Services closed its doors to patrons March 20, they immediately started thinking of ways to keep their programs going, said the director of Fort Jackson’s program.

94256831_280193802983573_4661345040189095936_n.jpgNew changes announced during virtual town hall

By Alexandra Shea, Fort Jackson Leader                                                                                                      New changes to Fort Jackson operations were announced during the latest virtual town hall hosted April 16 by U.S. Army Training Center and Fort Jackson Commander Brig. Gen. Milford “Beags” Beagle Jr., and Post Command Sgt. Maj. Jerimiah Gan.

CSM face mask.jpgFort Jackson community stays updated through virtual  town hall

By Alexandra Shea , Fort Jackson Leader                                                                                                     U.S. Army Training Center and Fort Jackson Commander Brig. Gen. Milford “Beags” Beagle Jr., continued to keep the extended Fort Jackson Family updated about COVID-19 changes to the installation during a virtual town hall April 9.

 

 

IMG_1465.jpgSocial Distance Training Environment - A new way to train

By Leslie Ann "LA" Sully, Fort Jackson Public Affairs                                                                               Secretary of the Army Mark Esper made the decision April 6 to temporarily stop the movement of new recruits to basic training. His decision is aimed at stopping the spread of COVID-19 by making it easier to perform social distance training.

Young Sweatman Fabric Worker (Tailoring) Lead.JPG120th brings tailoring expertise to COVID fight

By LaTrice Langston, Fort Jackson Public Affairs    Tailors and seamstresses at the 120th Adjutant General Battalion (Reception) are known for the visible professionalism represented by every tailored-uniform trainees wear to graduation.

IMG_3912.jpgJackson residents band together during crisis

By Robert Timmons, Fort Jackson Public Affairs                                                                      Everyone has different ways of handling the current pandemic. Residents of Fort Jackson Family Homes have found unique ways of taking it in stride including making art with sidewalk chalk, and banding together as a community to ensure residents have fresh produce.

200402-A-SO154-005.JPGMyth busted: Pets can't spread COVID-19

By Ms. Alexandra SheaFort Jackson Leader                                                                                           The amount of misinformation spreading across social media sites has risen exponentially during the COVID-19 pandemic. One topic raising concerns is the question of pets and whether they can be infected by the 2019 novel coronavirus.

200406-A-SO154-017.JPGSouth Carolina USO pays it forward

by Ms. Alexandra Shea, Fort Jackson Leader                                                                                                As South Carolina continues to stay at home to battle the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the local USO office has stepped forward to help by donating more than 1,500 travel kits to Fort Jackson trainees and activated National Guard units.

 

 

 

20200331 AIT Ship 001 - Copy.jpgSoldiers Ship to Fort Lee as part of pilot program

by Alexandra SheaFort Jackson Leader                                                                                               For some Basic Combat Training Soldiers at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, an early morning formation March 31 to prepare for movement to Advanced Individual Training ended was the beginning of their next step into Initial Entry Training.

120th.JPGFort Jackson Ramps up COVID-19 response

Fort Jackson Public Affairs                                                                                                                               Fort Jackson remains at the forefront of the prevention and containment of COVID-19 in order to protect the community while still training a majority of America’s Initial Entry Training Soldiers.

Jackson answers COVID-19 questions during virtual town hall

200319A-SO154-001 - Copy.JPGBy Alexandra Shea, Fort Jackson Leader “Good afternoon Team Jackson and all of our extended Families out there for tuning in with us for our fifth community town hall related to COVID-19,” said U.S. Army Training Center and Fort Jackson Commander Brig. Gen. Milford H. “Beags” Beagle Jr. “I thank you all for joining us.”

 

Fort Jackson, U.S. Surgeon General call for communities to follow social distancing

200324A-SO154-005 - Copy.JPGBy Alexandra Shea, Fort Jackson Leader                                                                                                 Fort Jackson leadership continues to emphasize to the community to  practice social distancing measures to help ensure the safety of the post’s Soldiers, trainees and the civilian workforce after two Soldiers were the post’s first confirmed cases of COVID-19.
 

Fort Jackson boosts social distancing efforts

COVID19_Best_Practices_During_Community_Transmission.jpgFort Jackson Public Affairs
“As we continue to assess the latest updates and information regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, we are prudently taking additional measures to ensure we safeguard the health and safety of our Soldiers, Families, and civilian employees while preserving our ability to produce the Army’s newest Soldiers,” wrote Brig. Gen. Milford H. “Beags” Beagle Jr., Fort Jackson commander in a letter to the Fort Jackson community March 17.

 

'Our bond with the public is trust,' Fort Jackson rolls out COVID-19 response

200305-A-ZN169-022 - Copy.jpgBy Robert Timmons, Fort Jackson Public Affairs                                                                              Though the post has not experienced a case of COVID-19, Fort Jackson began rolling out a response it spent weeks planning. This plan includes disseminating accurate information and taking steps to reduce the virus' effects on the post and its mission.

 

FAQs

Below is a list of frequently asked questions. Click on the triangle on the left to expand.

Are there any COVID-19 cases on Fort Jackson

Yes.

What is Fort Jackson doing to prevent COVID-19

Effective at 5 p.m. April 10, face coverings will be required to be worn in allfacilities on Fort Jackson. The coverings are not required to be worn indoors or outdoors when social distancing can beachieved (at least six feet of space inbetween people). If no medical facemasksare available to be worn, civilian face masks may be worn as long as they areblack, brown, white, OCP pattern or ACU pattern. Masks cannot be made from ACUs due tochemicals imbedded in the material. No logos, phrases, may be worn.

Fort Jackson has hosted community town halls; instituted new ID card procedures at all access points; canceled or modified Family Day and graduation; and implemented improved screening procedures for recruits and trainees. It is all part of the post's three-phased approach of prevention,detection and containment.

Fort Jackson leaders continue to monitor events associated with COVID-19 and plan to take all prudent measures necessary to ensure the safety of our service members, civilian employees, and their families. With that objective, the post implemented a number of modifications to normal operations in an effort to protect our community.

These include the cancellation of Family Day and in-person graduation ceremonies; a no-handshake order; changes to ID card procedures;office closures and changes to who is allowed on post. COVID-19 screening has increased across Fort Jackson

Fort Jackson has also modified installation access to retirees to Tuesdays and Fridays starting April 6.


Are graduations and Family Day canceled?

Both Family Day and Basic Combat Training in-person graduation ceremonies are canceled until further notice. Graduation ceremonies are streamed live at www.facebook.com/fortjackson.

Does the Exchange and Commissary have enough supplies for the Fort Jackson community?

AAFES has modified the following services through May 11. The post movie theater will close. All food venues to include the Exchange food court will provide drive through or carry out service only; no eating in. The PX will remain open for sales, but will post purchase limits on select items.

The Commissary is open and has implemented changes to ensure enough goods for the community. The Commissary is open to authorized commissary patrons who are medically immunocompromised, as well as aged 65 and older, from7:30 to 9 a.m. This is in an effort to reduce risk to what is considered a vulnerable population. All other eligible patrons will then be allowed to shop during the remainder of the store’s open hours.

In addition, to limiting the purchase of shortage products to one item per person, the Commissary will limit the maximum number of shoppers allowed in the store at one time to 100. This will facilitate better social distancing and reduce overcrowding. The commissary will also post a list of shortage items outside the entry way of the store each day to better inform customers before entering.

Will trainees be allowed a call home before graduation?

Soldiers of graduating units will be allowed to call home per our normal procedures the week prior to their graduation.

Will I be notified if my trainee gets sick and tests positive?

Family members of trainees will be informed on the change of status of their loved ones.

Will trainees still get mail if the post restricts access?

Mail will not be affected. Approved contractors,care givers, government housing residents, Department of Defense Families, Dependent Agents Caring for Family and mission support personnel will still have access to the installation.

Will my Soldier ship from AIT?

Please contact your Soldier for updates.

Gate Hours

Updated Gate Hours:

Gate 1: 5 a.m. to 6 p.m. inbound and outbound - Monday through Friday

Gate 2: 24 hours

Gate 4 (Boyden Arbor Road): 4:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. inbound and outbound - Monday through Friday

Gate 5: Closed

Follow Fort Jackson social media platforms for estimated wait times.

SCRA

Information about the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act can be found at the following links:

ALARACT message 03/2020

SCRA Information

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