News and Upcoming Events

Office Hours of Operations
Monday – Friday: 0730 – 1600 Eastern Standard Time
Lunch: 1130 – 1300 Eastern Standard Time
Phones Open for Customer Service: M-F, 1300 – 1600 Eastern Standard Time (ONLY)
Closed on weekends and Federal/Training Holidays

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Effective 23 MAR 2020 until further notice, the USASD Staff will be teleworking as the Team engages in physical social distancing based on the Coronavirus guidelines. The primary means of communication will be through the group email inboxes which are monitored by the Staff daily.  Servicemembers should continue to monitor the USASD Website, Sharepoint Portal, and Facebook page for information as it becomes available.  We appreciate your patience during these difficult times! 

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COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) DOCUMENTS

USASD Leave Policy (1 July 20) (COVID-19)

SECDEF MEMO – AUTHORIZED LEAVE FOR DOD SERVICE MEMBERS (29 JUN 20)

Leave Form Template (SECDEF Memo – 29 Jun 20)

DA 4856 Counseling Form Template (SECDEF Memo – 29 JUN 20)

ALARACT 054-2020 (DCS G-1) TRAVEL GUIDANCE – COVID 19

SAMPLE EXEMPTION MEMO (ALARACT 054-2020)

DA FORM 4187 (SAMPLE REQUEST) (ALARACT 054-2020)

COVID Process Map (ALARACT 054-2020)

USASD Local/PCS Leave Policy v2 (12 Jun 20)

HQDA EXORD 144-20 (FRAGO 29)

USASD_PME Exemption Validation Memo

PME ETP GUIDANCE – VCSA (22 MAY 2020)

MILPER MESSAGE 20-133 (ADJUSTED REPORT DATES – Personnel Policy Guidance in Support of Army Wide Preparedness and Response to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19))

ALARACT 040_2020 PERSONNEL GUIDANCE FOR PCS LEAVE REQUESTS OF 10 OR MORE DAYS ASSOCIATED WITH COVID-19 MOVEMENT RESTRICTIONS

HQDA EXORD 144-20 (FRAGO 25) 8 May 2020 – HOUSEHOLD GOODS GUIDANCE

ALARACT 038-2020 UPDATE TO GUIDANCE ISO ARMY WIDE PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE TO COVID-19 OUTBREAK

SEC ARMY TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS DELEGATION (Signed 23 Apr 2020)

EXAMPLE ETP 4187

EXAMPLE STOP MOVEMENT ETP MFR FROM GAINING COMMAND

SECDEF STOP MOVEMENT ORDER (20 APR 2020)

ARMY G-1-COVID-19-Response-Fact-Sheet-as-of-01-APR-2020

USASD Officers Report Date Adjustment Message (HRC – 26 MAR 2020)

ALARACT 028/2020 (COVID-19) w/Attachments

USASD CDR’s LETTER – COVID 19

ADPAAS Mobile Instructions (iPhone)

ADPAAS Mobile Instructions (Android)

ADPAAS Brochure

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USASD MESSAGE BOARD

ADPAAS Brochure

ADPAAS Mobile Instructions iPhone

ADPAAS Mobile Instructions (Android)

USASD STAFF TELEWORKING GUIDANCE (COVID-19)

Lost ID Card Counseling Template

ACFT Functional Capability Form – For Civilian Providers

USASD ACFT Guidance

FY20 TRADOC Training Holiday Memo

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Security Clearance Renewals

The Center of Excellence (CoE) has experience issues processing Security Clearance renewal applications to start e-QIPs. CoE will not accept new documents until their system is up and performing to standards. Student Detachment will continue to accept documents. However, finger prints are only acceptable if no more than 30 days old at the time when the applications are submitted. Therefore, do not send finger prints to CoE until we know their system is up and running. Check this page for updates.

Center of Excellence is now accepting renewals documents to start eQIP applications.


Submit all request for ORB or ERB updates to United States Army Student Detachment using the following email address: usarmy.jackson.93-sig-bde.mbx.ltb-sd-orb-erb-updates@mail.mil.

Label the subject line of your email as following: Last Name_First Name_Rank_ORB_Update.


Submit DA Forms 31 to: usarmy.jackson.CAC.mbx.usasd-da31@mail.mil.

Label the subject line of your email as following: Last Name_ First Name_ Rank_DA_Form_31.


HRC Directed DA Form 5960, BAH Recertification has been taking place. Send DA Form 5960 for BAH recertification to: usarmy.jackson.93-sig-bde.mbx.ltb-sd-iperms-updates@mail.mil


 ASI Identifier A3 Force Development (TAADS) dropped from ERB

As of 201610, senior leaders may have noticed that the ASI “A3” has fallen off of their ERB’s. The ASI has been rescinded and is no more. The training is still available but there will no longer be an identifier associated with this.  Additional information available at https://www.milsuite.mil/book/groups/smartbookdapam611-21.


DOD Enterprise Email and MILCONNECT Update

The TRADOC G-6 actively manages TRADOC DOD enterprise email (DEE) accounts and their respective class assignment. The appropriate class of account is determined by each command. TRADOC has determined that most personnel assigned will have a Business Class (4GB) account. However, user accounts will need to show that the individual is assigned/supports TRADOC . This is accomplished by updating MILCONNECT. Because of the unique nature of your assignment, your account is not easy to identify as a TRADOC user. This makes your account at risk of being misidentified as a non-TRADOC account and then downgraded to a Basic Class (512MB) account. To prevent this, you will need to update MILCONNECT with the following sub-organization field selected: “United States Army Training and Doctrine Command.” Please view Milconnect Update PowerPoint screen shot for update. Once complete your account will not be subject to downgrade. Complete update to prevent downgrade to Basic Class.


Mandatory Army Training

Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention (SHARP)
Soldiers must access the Army Learning Management System, click “Search” on the left hand side of the screen, enter “Sexual Harassment/Assault Response” and select “Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention Standing Strong Training (Version: FY15)” to enroll. Soldiers and civilians are encouraged to visit the Army SHARP website for more information.

Suicide Awareness and Prevention
Soldiers must log in to Joint Knowledge Online and enroll in course JS-US006M, Joint Staff Suicide Awareness and Prevention. The goal of the training is to encourage leaders to play an active role in suicide prevention. This is a required course dealing with suicide prevention and awareness for members of the military.

Army Concussion Course (mTBI)
Soldiers must log in to the Army Training Network, select the tab marked “Annual Training” and watch the “Army Concussion Course: Annual Training for Soldiers and Leaders” video. The training provides material to Soldiers and their leaders on concussion/Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI) and supports the annual requirements of the Army’s concussion/MTBI Campaign.

Level 1 Antiterrorism Awareness Training
Soldiers must log in to Joint Knowledge Online and enroll in course JS-US007. The purpose of this training is to increase awareness of terrorism and to improve your ability to apply personal protective measures. It also provides links to resources Soldiers can use in the future.

Threat Awareness and Reporting Program
Soldiers must access the Army Learning Management System, click “Search” on the left hand side of the screen, enter “Threat Awareness and Reporting Program” and select “U.S. Army Threat Awareness and Reporting Program (TARP) Course (Version: A)” to enroll. The training is designed to ensure that DA personnel recognize and report incidents and indicators of attempted or actual espionage, subversion, sabotage, terrorism or extremist activities directed against the Army and its personnel, facilities, resources, and activities.

Combating Trafficking in Persons (CTIP)
Soldiers must access the Army Learning Management System, click “Search” on the left hand side of the screen, enter “CTIP” and select “Combating Trafficking in Persons (CTIP) Program (Version: A)” to enroll. This course is required training for all Department of Defense personnel.

Personnel Recovery
Soldiers must access the Army Learning Management System, click “Search” on the left hand side of the screen, enter “Army PR” and select “PR 101: Introduction to Personnel Recovery” to enroll.

Operational Security (OPSEC)
Soldiers must access the Army Learning Management System, click “Search” on the left hand side of the screen, enter “OPSEC” and select “Army OPSEC Level 1 (Newcomers and Refresher)” to enroll. This course provides Soldiers, civilians, and contractors with training in OPSEC awareness.

DoD Cyber Awareness Challenge
Soldiers must access the Cyber Security Training Center and select the login button to begin the DoD Cyber Awareness Challenge training. This course is mandatory for all personnel accessing an Army network.

Information Security Program – Refresher
Soldiers must access the Army Learning Management System, click “Search” on the left hand side of the screen, enter “Information Security Program” and select “Information Security Program Training” to enroll. This course is the consolidation of the training topics previously provided in the Security Training – Initial Security Orientation and Security Training – Annual Security Refresher Training courses.