Cadet Command is comprised of eight brigades, each organization effectively manned by specially selected and qualified professional Cadre, Staff and Faculty fully prepared to educate and train the most diverse and talented Cadets from across the Nation to become better Citizens, adaptive leaders, lifetime learners, and agile thinkers and problem solvers who are committed to the Army Ethos and Profession of Arms.
HRC conducts distribution, strategic talent management, information technology, Soldier programs and services Army wide in order to enable the Army to deploy, fight and win our Nation's wars.
Purpose:Recruit the strength of our Army Vision: A team of proud professionals where all members understand the importance of sustaining The All-Volunteer Army for our Nation and are empowered and committed to doing their part to accomplish the recruiting mission. Mission: Recruit America's best volunteers to enable the Army to win in a complex world.
The 1st Theater Sustainment Command provides mission command and operational-level sustainment support to Army, Joint, Interagency, and Multinational Forces; sets the theater; and conducts theater security cooperation within the U.S. Central Command (USCENTCOM) area of responsibility in order to enable unified land operations in support of Combatant Commander directives. We provide sustainment to USCENTCOM and U.S. Army Central (USARCENT) for all U.S. Army forces in the USCENTCOM area of responsibility, to include U.S. Forces-Afghanistan (USFOR-A), Combined Joint Task Force (CJTF) in Iraq, and Task Force Sinai in Egypt. We coordinate with USARCENT to produce military plans, improve relationships and interoperability with partner nations through exercises, and facilitate the seamless transition of joint forces in and out of the theater.
First Army Division East mobilizes, trains, deploys, and demobilizes Reserve Component Forces IAW Combatant Commanders, Department of the Army, and FORSCOM directives. Provides training to Joint, Interagency, Combined, and Active Army Forces as directed. Provide training support to Reserve Component Forces for Contingency Expeditionary Force and Deployment Expeditionary Force requirements.
Mission: To be America’s leader in warrior centered oral health by providing warrior focused oral health care by an exceptional team of professionals, dedicated to timely, safe excellent care and unified in service. Vision: America’s leader in warrior centered oral health.
VISION: America’s Army Reserve — the most CAPABLE, COMBAT-READY, and LETHAL Federal Reserve force in the history of the Nation. MISSION: America's Army Reserve generates COMBAT-READY units and Soldiers for the Army and Joint Warfighter that are TRAINED, EQUIPPED, and LETHAL to win our Nation's wars.
The professional staff of the Fort Knox Veterinary Treatment Facility takes great pride in providing veterinary ervices to the Fort Knox community. We offer vaccinations, minor sick call, over-the-counter medications and animal care products.
OUR MISSION: Shape and sustain the strength of the Army Reserve through aggressive retention and transition programs. OUR VISION: Develop a command of highly motivated professionals that enable the Army Reserve to provide skill-rich operational forces to Combatant Commanders. THE ARMY RESERVE CAREERS DIVISION and its thirteen battalions grow and sustain the strength of the Army Reserve by providing skill-rich operational forces to commanders. Over 1400 Army Reserve Career Counselors, located throughout the United States and its territories, Europe, and in the current Southwest Asian Theater of Operations with Army Central Command, provide Army Reserve Warriors - both prior service and Individual Ready Reserve transfers - to Army Reserve Units. They also conduct re-enlistments, present career progression opportunities and manage accession programs. Twenty-six Active Guard Reserve (AGR) Career Management (CM) Officers and 47 Troop Program Unit (TPU) CM Officers currently provide comprehensive career management to Troop Program Unit (TPU) Officers in order to facilitate career awareness, education requirements, assignment opportunities and career path progression.
The U.S. Army Marketing and Engagement Brigade (USAMEB) supports Army marketing and accessions and competes and wins in competitions. The brigade is also responsible for and conducting directed research and development that will enhance Army brand equity and recruiting leads, demonstrate elite Army skills and improve operational force capabilities.
Mission: The Mission and Installation contracting Command (MICC) - Fort Knox provides Army commands, installations, and activities with disciplined and responsive contracting solutions and oversight. Vision: Create dynamic solutions that leverage the power of contracting to meet the needs of the Army. Goals: Provide prompt, friendly, and professional service at all times. Treat customers and contractors with dignity and respect. Recognize customer needs and strive to improve services. Achieve socioeconomic and competition goals. Establish overall Total Army Quality environment. Pursue productive Army Community of Excellence program. Promote community relations.
The 902d Military Intelligence Group conducts proactive counterintelligence activities to detect, identify, assess, and counter, neuralize, or exploit foreign intelligence entities (FIEs) and insider threats in order to protect Army and designated Department of Defense (DoD) forces, information, and technologies worldwide. The Fort Knox Field Office, 902d Military Intelligence Group, conducts proactive counterintelligence activities to detect, identify, assess, and counter, neuralize, or exploit foreign intelligence entities (FIEs) and insider threats in order to protect Army and designated DoD forces, information, and technologies throughout the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Southern Indiana, and Southern Ohio.
HR Solutions is the Army’s preferred strategic source providing centralized acquisition management and support of enterprise-level human resource Knowledge Based Services for Department of Defense (DoD) requiring activities. HR Solutions’ proven business practices facilitate timely awards of cost-effective task orders supporting a wide variety of programs critical to Soldiers, civilians and their families. HR Solutions provides high quality services leveraging the capabilities of twenty nine proven prime contractors awarded Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Task Order Contracts under two distinct products: •Personnel Lifecycle Support (PLS) •Recruiting-Management & Administrative Support (R-MAS) HR Solutions is staffed with highly experienced certified DoD acquisition professionals who provide subject matter expertise in contracting and program management to a wide variety of Army and DoD customers.