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Human Resource Center of Excellence

Human Resource Center of Excellence

Human Resource Center of Excellence
One of the eight Army Centers of Excellence, the HRCoE consolidates Human Resources Command components from Alexandria, Va., Indianapolis, Ind., and St. Louis, Mo.; Accessions Command; and Cadet Command. Personnel actions for all Army Soldiers from their initial recruitment or ROTC, through retirement, and benefits beyond retirement will be handled at the HRCoE.

Human Resources Command
HRC is the field operating agency of the Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel. HRC is responsible for personnel actions and career management for every federal Soldier in the Army. Currently located in Alexandria, Va., Indianapolis, Ind., and St. Louis, Mo., the HRC will consolidate into the HRCoE facility here by 2011 in accordance with BRAC law. Accessions Command Headquarters U.S. Army Accessions Command, headquartered at Fort Monroe, Virginia with elements at Fort Knox is moving the entire headquarters to Fort Knox with the BRAC in 2010. Three of the Accession Command’s subordinate units are located on Fort Knox or moving here in the next two years: the U.S. Army Recruiting Command, Cadet Command and the Accessions Support Brigade.

U.S. Army Recruiting Command
Recruiting Command
Our mission is to “Recruit with integrity high quality men and women to meet army mission requirements while caring for all members of the command.” Bringing quality young men and women into the Army—people who will complete their tours of duty and make a contribution to the nation’s defense—is the objective of the U.S. Army Recruiting Command as it goes about the mission of “Providing the Strength” for America’s Army.

The Recruiting Command is responsible for manning both the Active Army and U.S. Army Reserve, ensuring security and readiness for our nation. Recruiting operations are conducted throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, and at U.S. facilities in Europe and Asia.

The USAREC headquarters provides the command, control and staff support to the recruiting force. The more than 400 officers, enlisted members and civilian employees of USAREC headquarters work in diverse areas such as personnel, administration, resource management, and safety. Many work in specialized fields, such as market research and analysis, advertising and public affairs, and information management. The command also has its own inspector general, staff judge advocate and headquarters company.

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