FORSCOM

U.S. Army Forces Command

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About

Headquartered at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, United States Army Forces Command consists of more than 750,000 Active Army, U.S. Army Reserve, and Army National Guard soldiers. FORSCOM is the largest United States Army command and provider of expeditionary, regionally engaged, campaign-capable land forces to combatant commanders. Forces Command trains and prepares a combat ready, globally responsive Total Force in order to build and sustain readiness to meet Combatant Command requirements. The vision of Forces Command is to provide combat ready and globally responsive Total Army Forces that are well led, disciplined, trained, and expeditionary that will win in a complex world. Its organizations are expeditionary, campaign focused, and tailorable to provide combatant commanders the required capabilities to be decisive across the range of military operations.

Mission

FORSCOM trains and prepares a combat ready, globally responsive Total Force in order to build and sustain readiness to meet Combatant Command requirements.

FORSCOM Vision

FORSCOM produces combat ready and globally responsive Total Army Forces that are well led, disciplined, trained, and expeditionary ready now to deploy and win in Large Scale Combat Operations against near-peer threats. Freedom 6 Priorities: 1. People Care for Soldiers, Civilians, and Families Strengthen Leader Development 2. Readiness Master the Fundamentals Deliver Decisive Total Army Readiness 3. Modernization Empower and Execute Reform Inform and Implement the Future Force

FORSCOM Links

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The FORSCOM Frontline Podcast

During each episode, we will showcase how FORSCOM is contributing to the Army's priorities of People, Readiness and Modernization. We'll also be highlighting our diverse organization that is ready now to fight and win our nation's wars while continuing to improve and modernize our force. Find all of our episodes here.

Frontline Podcast: 71st Ordnance Group wins competition

  • Join us for a conversation with Maj. Gen. D.A. Sims, 1st Infantry Division Commanding General, about Operation Victory Wellness. Operation Victory Wellness is a comprehensive, enduring operation to make every Soldier and member of the Army team at Fort Riley and abroad more resilient and stronger across five dimensions of strength – physical, emotional, spiritual, social and family. We talk with MG Sims about what the program hopes to achieve, what successes were had during the first year, and what the future looks like for the program. 1st ID on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/1stInfantryDivision Learn more about Operation Victory Wellness: https://riley.armymwr.com/programs/victory-wellness
  • Lt. Col. Adam Barlow and Sgt. Maj. Gavin Holmes, Brigade Command and Control Task Force at the Joint Readiness Training Center, talk about building unit readiness at JRTC. We talk about the switch from counter insurgency operations to large scale combat operations; mastering the fundamentals; and training with other countries. Listen Here JRTC Operations Group Facebook JRTC and Fort Polk Facebook 
  • Join us for a special episode with guest host, Gen. Michael X. Garrett, FORSCOM Commanding General. He talks with a member of our FORSCOM team whose son died by suicide in 2017. Retired Command Sgt. Maj. Dana Johnson shares his son’s story and talks about how he thinks we can help Soldiers who find themselves in similar situations. Listen Here If you need to talk to someone, help is available: Veterans/Military Crisis Line (VCL/MCL): Phone: 800-273-8255 (Press 1) or Text: 838255 Calling from overseas: In Europe: Call 00800 1273 8255 or DSN 118 In Korea: Call 0808 555 118 or DSN 118 National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Phone: 800-273-TALK (8255); TTY: 800-799-4889 Military OneSource: Phone: 800-342-9647 Chat Web: App: My Military OneSource (Available Google Play and Apple App Store)
  • Tune into the next FORSCOM Frontline episode as we explore how the National Training Center focuses on not just unit readiness, but also individual readiness during rotations -- and the importance of both. We are talking with CPT Joshua Mills, CPT Matthew Hughes, CPT Shaun Redden -- all are currently Observer Coach/Trainers at NTC. Listen Here National Training Center/Fort Irwin Facebook  Operations Group, National Training Center Facebook 
  • Season 2 of the FORSCOM Frontline podcast is here! Join us for a conversation about readiness. FORSCOM's mission is to train and prepare a combat ready, globally responsive Total Force in order to build and sustain readiness to meet Combatant Command requirement. But how do we do that? We are talking with Col. Pat Stich, Col. Mark Geraldi and Col. Fred Ortiz, all from the FORSCOM G3 directorate. They talk with us about ReARMM and how that helps to provide predictability to units; how we measure readiness; and the role training plays in a unit's and an individual's readiness. Listen Here
  • During this episode, the FORSCOM Leader Development Team joins us to talk about their mission and new initiatives. We discuss the tools available to leaders at all echelons as well as how they directly support the Army's number one priority, People, and overall Army Readiness. We are joined by COL Jeff Becker, LTC David Howell and SGM Rob Bruce. Listen Here Websites mentioned in today's episode: Leader Development (CAC site) Leader Development Guide FORSCOM Website
  • During this episode, Maj. Jennifer Dyrcz, Joint Readiness Training Center, Operations Group Public Affairs Officer, brings us a conversation with Brig. Gen. Peter Scott of the 4th Canadian Division - 4e Division du Canada, about their recent training at JRTC and Fort Polk. This episode brings a different perspective on the importance of training with partners and allies. Listen Here
  • Listen Here Join us for a conversation with Maj. Gen. (ret.) Mari Eder as she shares with us some of the untold stories of the women of World War II. She talks with us about the women who were spies, the ones who helped build one of the first topographic maps, and the women of Women Air Force Service Pilots. We learn more about these women and the impact their actions had on the war.
  • Join us as we learn more about what affects a security clearance and debunk some myths surrounding behavioral health care and a security clearance. We are talking about changes to the security clearance process and sharing what you need to know. Listen Here For more information on security clearances, visit the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency website
  • Join us for a conversation with Lt. Col. Erin Braswell, commander of the 3-227th Aviation Regiment, 1st Air Cavalry Brigade, and Cpt. Tiffany White, Delta Company commander for 3-227th, in recognition of Women's History Month. We talk to them about what led them to a career in aviation, and the importance of remembering the women that paved the way for future generations. Listen Here 1st Air Cavalry Brigade "Air Cav" Facebook  3-227th Aviation Regiment, 1ACB Facebook 
  • Listen here Join us for a conversation with Robyn Mroszczyk, she is the Army's Lead Financial Education Program Manager, an accredited financial counselor and a military spouse. We are talking about financial literacy, what that means, why it is important and why the Army cares. We'll share some of the tools and resources available to Soldiers and their families. Financial Frontline Website Soldier for Life Website My Army Benefits Website
  • Listen Here Join us for a conversation with Dr. Craig Bryan from The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. We talk to him about safe weapons storage as well as what sort of things he thinks we should look at when it comes to suicide prevention. We also talk about his visits with FORSCOM units and his message to Soldiers. Also joining the conversation and co-hosting this episode is Kelsey Hurt from the FORSCOM Ready and Resilient Team. Editor's Note: Opinions expressed by Dr. Bryan are his and do not represent those of the Department of Defense, the Army, or this Podcast. Nothing in this Podcast or discussion should be construed as an official endorsement of Dr. Bryan’s opinions, his book, “Rethinking Suicide,” or other articles or editorials he may have authored.” Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Phone: 800-273-TALK (8255); TTY: 800-799-4889 Veterans/Military Crisis Line (VCL/MCL): Phone: 800-273-8255 (Press 1) or Text: 838255 Military OneSource: Phone: 800-342-9647
  • Listen Here Join us for a conversation about the 3rd Infantry Division’s Marne Guardian Program. We will talk with Mr. Robert Lewis, 3rd ID SHARP Program Manager, to learn more about the program, how it started and its importance. We are also joined by 3rd ID Soldiers who are currently Marne Guardians. They talk about why they wanted to be a part of the program and how they are helping their peers. Marne Guardian Army.mil Article 3rd Infantry Division Facebook 
  • Listen Here Join us for a conversation with Brig. Gen. John Kline, Commander of the U.S. Army Center for Initial Military Training, as we discuss the ACFT. We ask him some of the top questions that Sgt. Maj. of the Army Michael Grinston has received from the field regarding the implementation of the ACFT and what it means for Soldiers. U.S. Army Center for Initial Military Training Facebook Learn more about the ACFT 
  • Listen here Join us for a conversation with Chaplain (COL) David P. Curlin the FORSCOM Chaplain's Office Chief of Operations & Sustainment, as he discusses his unique invocation style. We also spoke with him about the feedback he has received from peers and what inspired him to think outside the box and do things a little differently.
  • Listen Here Last month, 20th CBRNE Command hosted the All-Army Explosive Ordnance Disposal Team of the Year Competition. During this, five EOD team competed to be named the best team in the U.S. Army. Join us for a conversation with the winning team from the competition, Staff Sgt. Mark S. Owens and Spc. Brady L. Dunn, from the 759th Ordnance Company - EOD, 3rd EOD Battalion, 71st Ordnance Group (EOD). 20th CBRNE Facebook 759th Ordnance Company More about the Team of the Year Competition
  • Listen Here Join us for a conversation about Holistic Health and Fitness - a first-of-its-kind Army enterprise human performance system designed to change the culture of Health and fitness across the Army. COL Marcus Hurd, I Corps Deputy Surgeon, joins us to talk about I Corps' implementation of H2F and how the program aims to improve Soldier and unit readiness. More about H2F Watch the video of this interview on our YouTube Channel: FORSCOM Frontline on YouTube