Headquartered at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, Unites States Army Forces Command consists of more than 750,000 Active Army, U.S. Army Reserve, and Army National Guard soldiers.
The XVIII Airborne Corps maintains a strategic response force capability to deploy on short notice anywhere in the world by land, air, or sea, to conduct full-spectrum operations as an Army, joint, or combined headquarters. If required, conducts joint forcible entry operations and provides operational command and control during contingency operations.
The U.S. Army Special Operations Command — the Army component of the joint U.S. Special Operations Command — is among the most diverse organizations in the U.S. military, bringing a broad range of competencies and disciplines to support GCCs and ambassadors worldwide.
The 82nd Airborne Division is an active airborne infantry division of the United States Army specializing in joint forcible entry operations. Based at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, the 82nd Airborne Division is the primary fighting arm of the XVIII Airborne Corps. The 82nd Division was constituted in the National Army on August 5, 1917, and was organized on August 25, 1917, at Camp Gordon, Georgia. Since its initial members came from all 48 states, the unit acquired the nickname "All American," which is the basis for its famed “AA” shoulder patch.
On order, 108th ADA Brigade rapidly deploys worldwide to provide mission command of AMD operations to protect critical assets in support of the Joint Force Commander’s operational and strategic priorities.
Womack Army Medical Center's Dental Command provides dental services through the following clinics: Davis Dental Clinic, Joel Dental Clinic, LaFlamme Dental Clinic, Rohde Dental Clinic, Smoke Bomb Hill Dental Clinic, and WAMC Dental Clinic.
Activated in June 2013, the 419th Contracting Support Brigade located at Fort Bragg, N.C., enhances installation and operational contracting support to Army commands. Subordinate to the Mission and Installation Contracting Command, it provides core customer service through strategically aligned support to commands and installations.
The 406th Army Field Support Brigade executes materiel enterprise operations in support of unified land operations in a garrison, joint, or combined environment and serves as the single face to the field by integrating Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology (ALT) at the tactical, operational and strategic level.
The 192d Ordnance Battalion (EOD) consists of 8 companies. The Battalion is located at Ft. Bragg, NC, and is one of two EOD BNs in 52d OD GRP (EOD).
Provides worldwide contingency, force projection, forced-entry Signal support to the XVIII ABN Corps for power-projection operations during war and operations other than war.
The U.S. Army Security Assistance Training Management Organization began as a part of the John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center's United States Army Institute for Military Assistance in 1974. Eventually growing into a Field Operating Agency, USASATMO served as the Training and Doctrine Command's executive agent for matters relating to overseas security assistance training management and support. On Oct. 9, 2010 a re-flagging/patching ceremony was held which transferred USASATMO from TRADOC to the Army Materiel Command as a subordinate organization to the U.S. Army Security Assistance Command. The brigade-equivalent command is headquartered at Fort Bragg, N.C., and employs more than 260 Soldiers, Department of Army civilians and contractors who are deployed to more than 20 countries throughout the year to meet the requirements of the foreign nations requesting training assistance.
Golden Knights are Army Soldiers first, but they also have a unique history and creed that sets them apart. The Golden Knights are one of only three Department of Defense-sanctioned aerial demonstration teams, along with the U.S. Navy Blue Angels and the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds. The team is composed of approximately 95 men and women, which includes four parachute units, an aviation unit and a headquarters. The demonstration teams, which use five dedicated aircraft, perform at more than 100 events per year. The tandem section is known for taking Soldiers, celebrities and heads of state on jumps, and the competition section focuses on winning national and international skydiving events.
Cadet Command is comprised of eight brigades, each responsible for a geographical and/or functional area. Cadet Command's 4th Brigade, headquartered at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, is responsible for Army ROTC programs in West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
We are passionate at the Joint Interoperability Division about the service we provide to the warfighters across the joint community. Our dedicated professionals provide instruction, training, and support to ensure the capability exists for joint interoperability across the full spectrum of military operations.
The mission of the Airborne and Special Operations Test Directorate is to plan, execute, and report on assigned Five Year Test Programs and Customer Tests for Joint airborne and Special Operations Forces to support doctrine development and the materiel acquisition process. On order, it supports developmental testing using test parachutists and conducts airdrop certification of all airborne and airdrop equipment. It sustains the morale, welfare, and training of our Soldiers, civilians, and family members.
The Adjutant General established the North Carolina NationalGuard Officer Candidate School at Fort Bragg on 19 December 1957. The North Carolina National Guard appealed to Headquarters Third United States Army to provide suitable facilities at Ft. Bragg, North Carolina. On 19 May 1958, earned Federal Recognition effect that date as an accredited State Officer Candidate School. The School had it official opening with a weekend assembly on 24-25 May 1958. Class Number 1 was limited to sixty candidates from 81 applicants. The academy grew into the 139th Regiment (Combat Arms) and is a world-class training site. Active Duty, Guard and Reserve Soldiers both combat arms and combat support learn there year round with emphasis on Military Occupational Specialty, Additional Skill Identifier and Officer and Noncommissioned Officer Education training.
The 3-58th AOB’s relocated to Fort Bragg, N.C., Storck Barracks, Germany, in 2015. The 3-58th AOB occupied newly assigned facilities, integrated personnel into the Fort Bragg community, and established the key systems in order to begin collective training no later than 15 June 2015.