COVID 19 Updates and Guidance

CASCOM's top priority is to Protect the Force while keeping the health and safety of service members, families, civilian employees safe and updated with the most current information.

CASCOM, the Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC), the Department of the Army, and the Defense Department are working closely with the Department of Health and Human services, the State Department, as well as local governors and state agencies to ensure appropriate protection measures are in place during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Commands and regional guidance and policies differ throughout CASCOM's geographically separated locations, personnel are encouraged to adhere to their local camp, post, or station's policies regarding access, service hours, Health Protection Condition (HPCON) levels, and other specific details regarding COVID-19 response.

If you are uncertain of your local policy, Always check with your Chain of Command/ supervisor for the most current information that applies to your local location.

CASCOM Resources

Please see the links below for local guidance specific to following locations and CASCOM organizations:

Fort Gregg-Adams, Virginia

  • CASCOM Headquarters
  • Army Sustainment University
  • Ordnance Corps & Ordnance School
  • Quartermaster Corps & Quartermaster School
  • Transportation Corps and Transportation School

Fort Jackson, South Carolina

  • Soldier Support Institute
  • Adjunct General School
  • Chaplain Center and School
  • Finance and Comptroller School
  • Inter-Service Postal Training Activity

Fort Knox, Kentucky

  • Recruiting and Retention School

Joint Base Little Creek-Fort Story, Virginia

  • Army School of Music

Joint Base San Antonio, Texas

  • U.S. Army Medical Center of Excellence

University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia

  • Judge Advocate Legal Center and School

Army, DoD, and Other Government Resources

Please see the links below for guidance and information from the following organizations:

U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command

Department of the Army

Department of Defense

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

COVID-19 Hotline

U.S. Army Medical Command

Toll Free:

DSN (312) 421-3700

DSN 421-3700

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