The 110th Aviation Brigade consists of the Headquarters and Headquarters Company which provides staff assistance to four battalions. 
The 128th Aviation Brigade develops and executes world-class initial entry and advanced aviation maintenance training for active Army, National Guard and Army Reserve enlisted and specific Warrant Officer MOS, U.S. Air Force personnel and international students.
The 1st Aviation Brigade is responsible for training Aviation officers, warrant officers, and Soldiers with a variety of Aviation military occupational specialties.
The 164th Theater Airfield Operations Group provides airspace and air traffic services support and expertise to Army warfighters, major commands and installations worldwide.
Air Traffic Services Command provides airspace and air traffic services support and expertise to Army warfighters, major commands and installations worldwide.
At war and in peacetime, the Exchange provides Soldiers and Airmen with the services and merchandise they need to make their lives more comfortable. The Exchange also maintains services and support to family members and troops back home.
The Aviation Center Logistics Command provides full spectrum maintenance, supply and contractor oversight in order to ensure availability for all Aviation training mission requirements in support of the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command at Fort Rucker and Fort Benning.
The Civilian Personall Advisory Center provides the personnel administrative needs of the civilian employees of Fort Rucker.
The Logistics Readiness Center provides logistical and technical support for the Standard Army Management Information System, quality assurance, command supply discipline program, awards program, hazardous materials management plan, contract administration budget and management controls.
Lyster Army Health Clinic serves about 17,500 patients, including permanent-party Soldiers, Soldiers attending short-term schools, foreign Soldiers, Family members, and Retirees and their Family members.
Medical Evacuation Proponency Division provides guidance and direction for the development of medical evacuation operational concepts and capability requirements across Unified Land Operations for the U.S. Army Medical Department.
Mission and Installation Contracting Command, Fort Rucker ensures the installation's needs are met through the acquisition of supplies, services and construction.
The Network Enterprise Center provides Fort Rucker and all tenants with world class sustaining base, common user, information technology services of automation, telecommunications, and information assurance.
The School of Army Aviation Medicine is the Army’s center for all rotary wing aeromedical training for Aviators and aeromedical personnel.
TMDE Support Center-Fort Rucker is this area’s support center for Test, Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment.
U.S. Army Trial Defense Service provides specified defense counsel services for Army personnel, whenever required by law or regulation and authorized by the Judge Advocate General or her designee.
The U.S. Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory's research focuses on aircrew health and performance; blunt, blast, and accelerative injury and protection; crew survival in military helicopters and combat vehicles; en route care; and sensory performance, injury, and protection.
The U.S. Army Combat Readiness Center serves as the single source of safety and occupational health information for Soldiers, DA Civilians and contractor employees across the force.
We are a 22-chair dental clinic and dental laboratory designed to provide First Term Dental Readiness care to the Initial Entry Training Soldiers as well as Readiness and Wellness care for permanent party Soldiers.
The U.S. Army Warrant Officer Career College educates and trains warrant officers to solve problems using mission command while applying their technical expertise in support of leaders on tactical, operations, and strategic level staffs during operations in complex and uncertain operational environments.
The 23d Flying Squadron Air Education and Training Command is the U.S. Air Force's primary source of helicopter pilots for special operations, combat search and rescue, missile support, and distinguished visitor airlift missions.