Units/Tenants (In Alphabetical Order)
Information and resources for U.S. Army National Guard Soldiers
Information and resources for U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers
The Army Civilian Fitness and Wellness Program is a fitness and health promotion program that balances the support for employee participation with the need to ensure employee work requirements are fulfilled and agency operations remain efficient and effective. This program allows eligible employees to use up to 3 hours of administrative leave per 40 hour work week to participate in this command-sponsored fitness and health promotion program. This time can be used for physical fitness activities, preventive health events, education on health promotion topics (such as nutrition and exercise principles), etc. Physical fitness activities can be structured or entirely self-managed, as preferred by each employee.
Fort Jackson Family Homes (formally Balfour Beatty Communities), in partnership with Fort Jackson, now manages and maintains on-post Family housing. Our commitment to Soldiers, Families, retirees and civilians is to provide a home they can be proud of. Our focus on the resident is evident in our efficient handling of all service requests, open door policy for Community Management, as well as our planned social events that are free to residents. Visit our website at: www.ftjacksonfamilyhomes.com for more information. For issues while residing on post, contact the Community Manager at 803-738-8275 or the Project Manager at 803-790-7913.
Headquarters, Headquarters Battalion
Serves as an extension of the Commanding General by providing impartial advice and independent assessments of the morale, welfare, and discipline of the Command through assistance, inspections, investigations and training in order to improve readiness of the command.
The Logistics Readiness Center provides the customers of Fort Jackson with sustainable full spectrum logistics in the areas of Transportation, Maintenance, and Supply and Services.
Moncrief Army Health Clinic
The Drill Sergeant Timothy Kay Soldier Performance Readiness Center(SPRC) is home to the Holistic Health & Fitness (H2F) teams for both the 165th and the 193rd Infantry Brigades. In addition to providing H2F services for members of the brigades, the teams at the SPRC also provide limited services and events to the Fort Jackson Community. Combined these brigade teams form the foundation of Victory H2F
The U.S. Army Drill Sergeant Academy (USADSA) is at 9574 Marion Ave., Fort Jackson, and is an accredited Institute of Excellence that trains qualified NCOs in the instruction of warrior tasks and battle drills, drill and ceremonies, physical readiness training, and other IET tasks to Basic Combat and AIT Soldiers.