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America's First Corps is a three-star headquarters that manages daily activities for more than 44,000 Soldiers stationed at Joint Base Lewis-McChord and across the Pacific including Hawaii and Alaska. America's First Corps' job is to "Deploy, Fight and Win" decisively in any environment to enhance security and stability in the Indo-Pacific region. While deployed, America's First Corps commands all branches of service - Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines - as well as international forces. America's First Corps possesses the capacity and capability to serve as a Joint Task Force, Joint Forces Land Component Command and Army Forces Headquarters: drive deployment readiness, shape the battlefield with deep fires, provide mission command to multiple divisions and enablers, leverage intelligence architecture, sustainment and maintain regional partnership. America's First Corps' major subordinate commands include: 7th Infantry Division, 25th Infantry Division (Schofield Barracks, HI) and U.S. Army Alaska.


  • Lt. Gen. Xavier T. Brunson Commanding General Lt. Gen. Xavier T. Brunson
  • Command Sgt. Maj. Shawn Carns Command Sergeant Major Command Sgt. Maj. Shawn Carns

America's First Corps

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  • I Corps Subordinate Commands
  • U.S. Army FORSCOM U.S. Army Pacific
  • Did you know? •The Inspector General (IG) is an extension of the eyes, ears, voice, and conscience of the Commander. •The IG supports the Chain of Command by increasing visibility of issues so the Commander can take appropriate action. •The IG serves as an impartial fact-finder and problem solver - be an "honest broker". •IG’s job is to be familiar with issues in the command and advise all Commanders of their existence for quick resolution. When you decide to contact the IG: •Be honest. •Don't provide misleading information. •Remember your IGs can only resolve a case on the basis of fact. •Understand that the outcome of your case might not be what you expected (the IG will always explain why). •Please do not submit any classified documents •Be prepared to answer, “What can the IG do for you?” In order to officially empower an IG to initiate an inquiry into a matter, the complainant is required to submit a signed and completed DA 1559 with as much detailed information and supporting documents included with the submission to the Office of the Inspector General at usarmy.jblm.i-corps.list.ig.complaints@army.mil I Corps IG Office: 5164 Utah Avenue, JBLM, WA, 98433 Complaint Line: (253) 967-5181


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