What Is the 81st Regional Support Command?


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The 81st Regional Support Command provides services to its core customers, including soldiers, their families and eligible civilians. The 81st Regional Support Command operates in the Southeast Region and Puerto Region, with a goal to assist commanders and leaders in maximizing the use of resources to address a global mission.

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The core values of the 81st Regional Support Command are represented by the acronym P.R.I.D.E., which stands for partnering, responsive, innovative, dedicated stewardship and excellence. The 81st Regional Support Command is dedicated to being a trusted partner of the Army Reserve and to provide any necessary environmental, logistical, human or fiscal resources necessary to the commands that it supports.

The 81st Regional Support Command is led by the Commanding General, Major General Janet Cobb, together with the Command Sergeant Major, Sergeant Major Ronald Law, as of December 2015. The 81st Regional Support Command is located in Fort Jackson, South Carolina, and the specific contact information for the command, including address, telephone numbers and email, is available on its website. The 81st Regional Support Command’s units include the 313th Army Band, the 208th Army Band and the 100th Army Band.

The 81st Regional Support Command publishes its own magazine called "The Wildcat," which is available on the command's website under the Publications tab on the right sidebar.

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