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Military Personnel Services Division
Darling Hall
Chamberlain Avenue
Fort Gordon, GA 30905
Automated Directory Attendant System (ADAS) Tel: 706-791-0110
ID CARDS:  706-791-1930
Fax: 706-791-7942
Contact: Email

0730-1600 (M-F)
Closed Weekends & Holidays

Fort Gordon Military Personnel Services Division

The Adjutant General Office of Military Personnel Services Division manages the full range of military personnel support for the installation.  

Our goals are to provide quality military personnel support to all Soldiers, retirees, and family members; automate whenever possible to increase efficiency; maintain readiness of all units through proper utilization of assets; and to ensure eligibility of all soldiers identified to deploy.


Trainee/Student Processing Branch

Areas of Responsibility:

In/Out Processing of all Regular Army, US Army Reserves, and Army National Guard ENLISTED Soldiers that are on Fort Gordon for an MOS producing course, an ASI producing course, or an NCOES course (functional courses are NOT included)


Trainee/Student Processing Branch - ID Card/DEERS Procedures

Hours of Operation (as of 12 FEB 08)

Required Documents to add Family members to DEERS:

Required Documents to Replace an ID card:

Lost ID card – MP Report, Counseling Statement (DA Form 4836) signed by the Soldier and a unit representative (Drill Sergeant or Operations SGT) and Commander’s Statement (see attached examples).

Soldiers must have an AKO account in order to properly process a Common Access Card (CAC).


Regular Army Records

Appointments are made through the Company Operations NCOs

Appointments are required for updating SGLV/DD93 Family Travel, and updating records (Note: SGLV/DD93 must be done not earlier than 24 hours after DEERS has been updated). Walk-ins accepted if sent to Room 207 by In/Out processing; Post Retention; Transportation; Carlson Wagon-Lit; or by the POR clerk.


Standard Briefing

In-Processing - Conducted in Room 188E of Darling Hall every Monday beginning at 1300 hrs

Out-Processing -(RA Enlisted Trainees/Students) Conducted in Room 188 of Darling Hall every Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at 0900 hrs – this includes TDY enroute soldiers from RNCOA also. (Note: Soldiers should have two (2) copies of clearance record if the unit wants an original stamped copy back)

Out-Processing - (USAR/ARNG Enlisted Trainees Students) Conducted in Room 237 as required. Operations/Training NCOS must review the monthly graduation rosters as soon as they are received and notify the records specialists of any discrepancies. This will assist in avoiding last minute changes and changes in flight arrangements. This allows ample time for preparation so that the records specialist can transfer them upstairs for completion of DD214s.

Preparation Overseas Readiness - (POR) Briefing (Enlisted Trainees/Students Only) Conducted in Room 188 of Darling Hall Every Thursday beginning at 0730 hrs.


Inactive Trainee/Student

An Inactive Trainee/Student is a Soldier that is not actively attending training in an MOS producing or ASI producing course.



Supporting Documents

DFR Checklist FG6690
Grad Class Worksheet Inprocessing Brief Forms
MOS Course Length Overseas Outprocessing Requirements
Stateside Outprocessing Requirements TDY En-Route
Korea Assignment Instructions Various Actions Procedures

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