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U.S. Army Forces Command

FORSCOM prepares conventional forces to provide a sustained flow of trained and ready land power to Combatant Commanders in defense of the Nation at home and abroad.

U.S. Army Reserve Command

USARC mission is to provide trained and ready units and individuals to mobilize and deploy in support of the national military strategy.  

Joint Special Operations Command

The Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) is a component command of the United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) to conduct special operations exercises and training, and develop Joint Special Operations Tactics.  


Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command

Organizes, trains, equips and resources Army Reserve civil affairs and psychological operations forces for worldwide support to regional combatant commanders and other agencies as directed.

U.S. Army Special Operations Command

U.S. Army Special Operations Command performs seven missions: unconventional warfare, foreign internal defense, special reconnaissance, direct action, combating terrorism, counter-proliferation, and information operations.

1st Theater Sustainment Command

Provides joint command and control of logistics and select forces in support of combat operations across the full spectrum of conflict, redeployment of rotating forces, and sustainment of operating forces in the Central Command area of responsibility.

3rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command

The 3d Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) provides command and control (Training and Readiness Authority – TRA) of two sustainment brigades and one transportation company as well as administrative support for an engineer battalion.

XVIII Airborne Corps

XVIII Airborne Corps, a.k.a. the “Sky Dragons,” a strategic crisis response force, manned and trained to deploy rapidly by air, sea and land anywhere in the world, prepared to fight upon arrival and win.

Golden Knights

The U.S. Army Parachute Team, a.k.a. the “Golden Knights,” is a demonstration and competition parachute team of the United States Army.

82nd Airborne Division

82nd Airborne Division, a.k.a. the “All Americans,” within 18 hours of notification, strategically deploys, conducts forcible entry parachute assault and secures key objectives for follow-on military operations in support of U.S. national interests.

16th Military Police Brigade

Provides combat ready military police support to the nation’s only Airborne Corps. Our second, but equally important mission is to provide law enforcement – force protection operations to the soldiers, family members and visitors to Fort Bragg.

20th Engineer Brigade

20th Engineer Brigade is a crisis response engineer brigade capable of providing rapidly deployable engineer forces to XVIII Airborne Corps and other unified or specified commands as directed.

35th Theater Tactical Signal Brigade

Installs, operates, and maintains a reliable, responsive, and robust command, control, communications, and computers system anywhere in the world.

44th Medical Brigade

Organizes, resources, trains, sustains, deploys, commands, controls and supports assigned and attached healthcare capabilities to provide flexible, responsive and effective health service support and force health protection to supported forces.

525th Battlefield Surveillance Brigade

Provides rapidly deployable all-source predictive intelligence, electronic warfare intelligence, communications support, reconnaissance and surveillance, target acquisition, battle damage assessment, and command and control warfare.

82nd Sustainment Brigade

82nd Sustainment Brigade is to support U.S. Army Forces Command (FORSCOM) units stationed at Fort Bragg, while generating sustainment capabilities to meet rotational demand and respond to future contingencies.

18th Fires Brigade

18th Fires Brigade (ABN) plans, synchronizes and employs joint and combined fires in support of forced entry operations, designated division or CJTF HQ; on order integrates attached ground and air maneuver forces in order to conduct full spectrum operations.

108th Air Defense Artillery Brigade

The mission of the 108th Air Defense Artillery Brigade is an air defense artillery brigade of the United States Army. The mission of the brigade is to train and maintain a strategic crisis response air defense artillery brigade capable of deploying worldwide, on short notice, to provide air defense force protection from air-breathing threats and tactical ballistic missiles, as well as allow freedom of maneuver for XVIII Airborne Corps operations.

440th Airlift Wing

The 440th Airlift Wing is located at Pope Field, Fayetteville, N.C. The 440th Airlift Wing is the first reverse associate flying wing in the Air Force. This means that the 440th owns the aircraft stationed at Pope, and provides operational direction for all active duty and Reserve C-130 flying operations at Pope Field.

192nd Explosive Ordnance Disposal Battalion

192nd Explosive Ordnance Disposal Battalion is highly trained to defuse weapons of mass destruction and improvised explosive devices such as roadside bombs.

10th Military Police Battalion (CID)

The 10th Military Police Battalion (CID)(ABN) provides criminal investigative support to military commanders in both war and peace time environments. The 10th MP Bn (CID)(ABN) remains one of CID’s busiest and most deployed units.

83rd Civil Affairs Battalion

Provide the General Purpose Force Army with regionally oriented Civil Affairs experts for both theater engagement and full spectrum military operations.

406th Army Field Support Battalion

Execute materiel enterprise functions for Army Materiel Command and provide a single face to the field by integrating and synchronizing Acquisition, Logistics and Technology at the tactical, operational and strategic level in order to enable the combat readiness of all Army units in the Eastern United States. Responsible for the Army’s Prepositioned Afloat program within the 406th AFSB area of responsibility.

902nd Military Intelligence

The 902d Military Intelligence Group conducts full spectrum Counterintelligence (CI) activities in support of Army Commanders and Joint Warfighters to protect forces, secrets, and technologies by detecting, identifying, neutralizing, and exploiting Foreign Intelligence Service (FIS), international terrorist threats and insider threats to US Military forces.

  John F. Kennedy Special Warfare School and Center

U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare School and Center trains U.S. Special Operations Command and Army Special Operations Forces through development and evaluation of special operations concepts, doctrines and training.