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United States Army Recruiting Command
1307 3rd Avenue
Fort Knox, KY 40121

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  • If you have been selected for recruiting duty and have questions, please
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Major Subordinate Organizations


City, State, ZIP

Phone Number

1st Recruiting Brigade

4550 Parade Field Lane, Suite 5380

Fort Meade, MD 20755-5380

(301) 677-2790

2nd Recruiting Brigade

3435 Snooper Road

Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898


3rd Recruiting Brigade

1307 3rd Avenue

Fort Knox, KY 40121


5th Recruiting Brigade

2509 Dunstan Road

San Antonio, TX 78234


6th Recruiting Brigade

4539 N. 5th Street

North Las Vegas, NV 89031


Medical Recruiting Brigade

1307 3rd Avenue

Fort Knox, KY 40121


Recruiting and Retention School (RRS)

1929 Old Ironside Ave.

Fort Knox, KY 40121



Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Contact


Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests pertaining to USAREC should be directed to the USAREC FOIA Officer at (502) 626-0433.

FOIA Email:

*DSN - 536 plus extension for area code (502)




Command Group


(502) 626-0511

Chief of Staff Office


(502) 626-0526

Secretary of the General Staff


(502) 626-0523

Deputy Chief of Staff, G1


(502) 626-0243

Deputy Chief of Staff, G2


(502) 626-0236

Deputy Chief of Staff, G3/5


(502) 626-0449

Deputy Chief of Staff, G4


(502) 626-0326

Deputy Chief of Staff, G6


(502) 626-3258

Deputy Chief of Staff, G7/9


(502) 626-0143

Deputy Chief of Staff, G8


(502) 626-0104





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If you wish to discuss prospects for your company (if you are a small business or if you are interested in teaming with a small business), contact the Army Contracting Agency (ACA) Northeast Region small business adviser at (757) 878-3166 or (757) 873-3282.
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