The 164th TAOG provides airspace and air traffic services support and expertise to Army warfighters, major commands and installations worldwide.
The 23rd Flying Squadron Air Education and Training Command is the U.S. Air Force's primary source of helicopter pilots for special operations, combat search and rescue, missile support, and distinguished visitor airlift missions.
Through research, USAARL preserves and enhances the health, safety, combat effectiveness, and survivability of the warfighter.
ATSCOM provides airspace and air traffic services support and expertise to Army warfighters, major commands and installations worldwide.
The Army Research Institute Rotary-Wing Aviation Research Unit conducts aircrew and Aviation staffing training research to support Army Aviation in both the institutional and operational environments.
A satellite campus of the Army Medical Department Center and School, USASAM is the Army's center for all rotary wing aeromedical training for Aviators and aeromedical personnel.
The ACLC supports U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command by ensuring availability for all Aviation training mission requirements at Fort Rucker.
CPAC serves the personnel administrative needs of the civilian employees of Fort Rucker.
The U.S. Army Combat Readiness/Safety Center is the largest, most comprehensive safety program in the world. It is designed to create safe air and ground operations and to promote safe practices by military and civilian personnel on and off duty.
The USADCC and Brown Dental Clinic provides warrior-focused oral health care with an exceptional team of professionals, dedicated to excellence and unified in service to active duty Soldiers and other authorized military personnel assigned to Fort Rucker.
Lyster Army Health Clinic provides primary care and ancillary services to a military population that consists of active duty service members, their Families, a large retiree population and their Family members.
The Logistics Readiness Center (formerly DOL) consists of the Office of the Director, Plans and Operations Division, Maintenance Division, Supply and Services Division and the Transportation Division.
The Medical Evacuation Proponency Directorate serves as the aeromedical evacuation "fusion center" for both the Aviation and Medical Capabilities Development Integration Center to integrate and synchronize all aspects of the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System process with the aeromedical evacuation mission across the DOTMLPF domains.
The MICC ICO-Fort Rucker provides quality products and services to our servicemembers and command.
The Network Enterprise Center provides Fort Rucker and all tenants with world class sustaining base, common user, information technology services of automation, telecommunications, and information assurance.
The Warrant Officer Career College educates and trains warrant officer candidates and selected senior warrant officers. It serves as the TRADOC Center of Excellence for U.S. Army warrant officer professional and leadership development.
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