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Army Training Center Coordinating Staff

Army Training Center Coordinating Staff

Ft Jackson_2019 Major Units, Directorates and Staff Army Training Center Coordinating Staff

 

The Army Training Center coordinating staff comprises senior advisers to the command for all matters regarding ATC military and civilian personnel (G-1), intelligence and security (G-2), operations (G-3), logistics (G-4), plans (G-5), communication (G-6), training (G-7) and resource management (G-8).

INSPECTOR GENERAL

The mission of the inspector general is to enhance mission readiness by inquiring and reporting into matters of mission performance, discipline, morale, efficiency, and economy and act as the commanding general’s eyes, ears and conscience. The IG conducts and reports upon inspections required by law and regulation or directed by the commanding general. Additionally, the IG receives and acts on requests for assistance from Soldiers, family members, DOD civilians and retirees and answers inquiries made to the 803-751-FAIR (3247) hotline. The IG office is at 4203 Sumter Ave. Hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information on the IG, call 803-751-5580.

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