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Defense Military Pay Office
Red Cross
Legal Services
Multimedia and Visual Information Center
Training Support Center
Protocol Office
Public Affairs Office
Post Office
Emergency Services
Police/Provost Marshal Division
Fire and Emergency Services
Installation Safety Office
Directorate of Contracting
Civilian Employment
Equal Employment Opportunity Office
Military Personnel Services
Army Career and Alumni Program
Army Substance Abuse Program
Education and Services Division
Resident Collegiate Programs
Integrated Training Area Management
Directorate of Support Services
Directorate of Public Works
Environmental Branch
Army and Air Force Exchange
Commissary Store
Carlson Wagonlit Travel
Aladdin Travel
Religious Support

Fort Gordon Services & Facilities

Fort Gordon - A best-in-class installation, enabling readiness by providing the right service, at the right cost, to all those who live work or play on the installation. We strive to deliver installation services and infrastructure to best support mission readiness and provide an optimum quality of life for the military community.

Sustaining Readiness - Strengthen military and family readiness by creating an environment that fosters learning, initiative communication, teamwork, inclusiveness, and personal/professional growth.

Innovating & Transforming - Continue to leverage successful programs to develop and attract mission and business initiatives that facilitate innovation and growth.

 

Support Services


Defense Military Pay Office

(706) 791-4826, DSN 780-4826, Darling Hall, Building 33720
The Fort Gordon Defense Military Pay Office is located in the Soldier Service Center, Darling Hall, Building 33720. The Defense Military Pay Office consists of four teams, which employ approximately 25 civilian and military technicians in the areas of military pay, travel, administration and disbursing.

Red Cross
http://www.ddeamc.amedd.army.mil/visitor/redcross.aspx
(706) 787-6311, DSN 780-6311, Building 300
The American Red Cross at Fort Gordon, located in the hospital, provides 24-hour service to active duty military personnel and their families. Services provided are in the areas of emergency communications, counseling concerning personal or family problems, Financial assistance and referral to other agencies.

Legal Services
http://www.gordon.army.mil/osja
(706) 791-7812/6523/3666/3148 DSN 780-XXXX, Winship Hall, Building 29718
The Fort Gordon Claims and Legal Assistance Divisions of the Office of the Staff Judge Advocate and the Trial Defense Service Office are here to serve you and your family’s legal needs.

Multimedia and Visual Information Center
http://www.gordon.army.mil/m-vic
(706) 791-2345, DSN 780-2345, Nelson Hall, Building 29801
The Multimedia and Visual Information Center at Fort Gordon (MVIC) provides graphic, photographic, presentation, video and loan and issue services to Fort Gordon and to authorized users in the northeastern region of Georgia in support of Signal training and Department of the Army training mission requirements. MVIC is the approval authority for all audiovisual and visual information equipment purchases. The Multimedia and Visual Information Center is the only full service authorized photo facility on Fort Gordon and provides support to all Fort Gordon military personnel for their official file photographs.

Training Support Center
http://www.gordon.army.mil/tsc
(706) 791-3341, DSN 780-3341, Building 15303
The Training Support Center (TSC) serves as the Fort Gordon and DA assigned geographic support area executor and manager in the production, loan, operation and issue of quality training aids and devices. TSC is located in Building 15303 at the corner of 15th Street and Lane Avenue. Hours of operation and customer services are Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Protocol Office
(706) 791-0022, DSN 780-0022, Signal Towers, Building 29808
The Protocol Office, located on the 9th floor of Signal Towers, Building 29808, on Chamberlain Avenue, provides support and coordination for visiting dignitaries to the Signal Center. The Protocol Office provides for the coordination of billeting, messing, transportation and itinerary planning for visiting dignitaries, Colonel and above, or civilian equivalents, both American and foreign.

Public Affairs Office
http://www.gordon.army.mil/pao
(706) 791-7003, DSN 780-7003, Nelson Hall, Building 29801
The Public Affairs Office, located on the second floor of Nelson Hall, Building 29801, on Chamberlain Avenue, conducts command information,media relations and community relations programs in support of Fort Gordon’s Senior Mission Command, The Signal Center, Garrison Command and all other mission partners located on the installation.

Post Office
(706) 790-3651, Building 36202
The Fort Gordon branch of the Augusta Post Office is located in Building 36202 at 36th Street and Third Avenue. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Directorate of Emergency Services
http://www.gordon.army.mil/dps
(706) 791-9289, DSN 780-9289, Building 29717
The director’s office of the Directorate of Emergency Services is located in Building 29717 on B Street off Chamberlain Avenue. The Directorate of Emergency Services consists of law enforcement services (patrol operations, investigative activities, military working dog, police, physical security and game warden), fire and emergency services.

Police/Provost Marshal Division
http://www.gordon.army.mil/dps
(706) 791-4380/4937, DSN 780-4540, Building 32422
The Police/Provost Marshal Division Military Police Desk in the Law Enforcement Center, Building 32422, is manned 24 hours a day; the telephone numbers are (706) 791-4380/4537/2681. The Police/Provost Marshal Division is comprised of uniformed patrol forces, including a bicycle patrol, a traffic accident investigation section, a drug suppression team, investigations section, working dog section, AWOL apprehension, court liaison section, a special reaction team, physical security and a game warden section.

Fire and Emergency Services Division
http://www.gordon.army.mil/des
(706) 791-1204/4141, DSN 780-1204, Building 32420
Fort Gordon’s Fire and Emergency Services Division provides aggressive, customer oriented services to the post. Services include fire prevention, (706) 791-1204/1205 and fire operations, (706) 791-4141/2445. The fire prevention staff provides fire safety education, ensuring life safety and fire protection requirements are addressed for all construction and/or renovation projects on all facilities. They also conduct fire inspections along with an array of other fire prevention services. The fire operations office provides fire suppression services by a well trained, well equipped, full time staff of professional firefighters

Installation Safety Office
http://www.gordon.army.mil/safety
(706) 791-SAFE, DSN 780-723,3 Darling Hall, Building 33720
The Installation Safety Office manages the command’s safety programs to ensure conservation of military and civilian resources against accidental injury and loss. The Installation Safety Office establishes policies and manages the occupational safety and health program and the radiation protection program under the Nuclear Regulatory Commission throughout the Signal Regiment.

Directorate of Contracting
http://www.gordon.army.mil/doc
(706) 791-1800, DSN 780-1800, Winship Hall, Building 29718
The Fort Gordon Directorate of Contracting (DOC), Mission & Installation Contracting Command (MICC) (a subordinate element of Army Materiel Command), located in Building 29718, is responsible for the solicitation and award of new contracts up to $5.5 million for supplies, equipment, services, and minor construction that support daily operation of the Fort Gordon Garrison, U.S. Army Signal Center, and assigned tenant activities.

Civilian Employment
http://www.gordon.army.mil/dhr
(706) 791-6382, DSN 780-6382, Darling Hall, Building 33720
A variety of civilian employment information is available at Fort Gordon’s Job Information Center, located in the Civilian Personnel Advisory Center, Darling Hall, Building 33720. In addition to providing information about federal employment opportunities at Fort Gordon, the center also has information about non-appropriated fund employment, certain private sector employment and federal jobs at other locations.

Equal Employment Opportunity Office
http://www.gordon.army.mil/eeo
(706) 791-4551, DSN 780-4551, Darling Hall, Building 33720
The Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Office administers an EEO program that enables and assists our customers in creating and sustaining a discrimination-free environment for current civilian employees as well as applicants for employment. Key features of the EEO program include timely processing of complaints, affirmative action, special emphasis program management and training and education.

Military Personnel Services Division
http://www.gordon.army.mil/mpd
(706) 791-8589, DSN 780-8589, Darling Hall, Building 33720
The Military Personnel Services Division is located in Building 33720, Soldier Service Center, Darling Hall. The Military Personnel Division’s mission is to manage soldier programs and provide direct military personnel service to all assigned and attached units and mission partners on the installation and provide military personnel support service to all family members and retirees in the Fort Gordon area.

Army Career and Alumni Program
http://www.gordon.army.mil/dhr/acap.htm
(706) 791-7356, DSN 780-7356, Building 33800
The Army Career and Alumni Program is the umbrella that integrates all available federal and local activities for personnel being separated from government service.

Army Substance Abuse Program
http://www.gordon.army.mil/asap
(706) 791-3674/3437, DSN 780-3674, Building 38702
The Army Substance Abuse Program’s mission is to provide a wide variety of services both clinical and non-clinical for active duty and retired military, National Guard, Reserves, their family members and Department of the Army civilian employees and their family members.

Education and Services Division
http://www.gordon.army.mil/aces
(706) 791-2000/3622, DSN 780-2000, Building 21606
The Education and Services Division promotes life-long learning opportunities using Army continuing education programs and services that enable professional development and retention. The programs and services delivered enhance personal growth, professional development and readiness of the U.S. Army and Fort Gordon.

Resident Collegiate Programs
http://www.gordon.army.mil/aces
(706) 791-2000/3622, DSN 780-2000, Building 21606
Fort Gordon’s on-post colleges and universities offer an array of educational opportunities. Visit the Education Center in Building 21606 on Barnes Avenue for information on the following collegiate institutions and their programs.

Integrated Training Area Management
http://www.gordon.army.mil/dptm
(706) 791-5008/9935, DSN 780-5008, Building 482
The Integrated Training Area Management Program, operated by the Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security, is responsible for providing technical expertise to manage Fort Gordon’s training lands. The intent of the Integrated Training Area Management Program is to provide training land management capability across the total Army. It is also an essential part of the Army’s commitment to environmental stewardship.

Directorate of Support Services
http://www.gordon.army.mil/dol
(706) 791-2675/9731, DSN 780-2675
The Directorate of Support Services provides the full spectrum of services associated with installation logistics operations to include supply and services, maintenance and transportation support necessary for readiness and quality of life of the residents, units and activities on Fort Gordon.

Directorate of Public Works
http://www.gordon.army.mil/dpw
(706) 791-2675/9731, DSN 780-2675
The Directorate of Public Works provides provide advice and assistance to the Commander, U.S. Army Signal Center and Fort Gordon on matters pertaining to staff responsibility for planning and directing engineering activities, including real property management, environmental protection, and management of other related installation support actions involved in assuring the effective training of personnel.

Environmental Branch
http://www.gordon.army.mil/dpw
(706) 791-6481, DSN 780-6481 Building 14500
Fort Gordon’s Environmental Branch is located in Building 14500. The Environmental Branch is responsible for all aspects of the installation’s environmental, natural and cultural resources compliance and program management, including fish and wildlife, forestry, pest management and planning, land, water, cultural and archaeological resources and environmental services.

Army and Air Force Exchange
http://www.aafes.com/index.html
(706) 793-7171, Building 38200
There are Army and Air Force Exchange System facilities located throughout Fort Gordon to serve the military and their families. In addition to retail and food facilities, the Post Exchange and PX to include barber shops, beauty shops, laundry and dry cleaners, a washateria, car wash, shoe repair, flower shop, car rental, optical shop, specialty shop and hospital pharmacy annex.

Commissary Store
http://www.commissaries.com
(706) 791-3718, Building 37200
Fort Gordon has a modern commissary for use by active duty and retired military personnel, reservists, National Guard and their family members, in accordance with military regulations. The commissary store is located in Building 37200 on the Third Avenue by-pass.

Carlson Wagonlit Travel
(800) 269-6230, Darling Hall, Building 33720
Carlson Wagonlit Travel provides official travel needs of U.S. Army and government personnel at Fort Gordon. Carson Wagonlit Travel is located in Room 117, Darling Hall, Building 33720. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The reservation telephone number is (800) 269-6230.

Aladdin Travel
(706) 771-0089, Building 36200
Aladdin Travel is ready to serve all your leisure travel needs. Aladdin Travel is located in the bus station, Building 36200, on 36th Street near the post office and bank. Military discount attraction tickets to Six Flags, Carowinds, Florida and Virginia area attractions and local area venues are available. Aladdin Travel is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. The telephone number is (706) 771-0089.

Religious Support
http://www.gordon.army.mil/chaplain
(706) 791-5653
Fort Gordon’s Military Religious Program offers many spiritually oriented activities for families and single service members. Worship services for many faith groups. Bible studies, music programs, and retreat ministries are only a few of the activities available to Fort Gordon’s military family members and civilian employees. For additional information, call the Religious Support Office on Barnes Avenue at (706) 791-5653. Services are listed in The Signal Newspaper under Chapel Call.

 


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