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80th Training Command (TASS)

Definition/Scope: The 80th Training Command resources and conducts specified Military Occupational Specialty Reclassification, Noncommissioned Officer Education System (NCOES), Officer Education System (OES), and Functional training, in direct support of stated United States Army Reserve Command(USARC) and U.S Army Training Command (TRADOC) missions and objectives. Be prepared to support specified Training Base Expansion and/or Theater Security Cooperation missions. The 80th Training Command (TASS) headquarters is located in Richmond, Va. It is the third largest command organization in the U.S. Army Reserve. The command is made up of more than 7,300 Army Reserve Soldiers assigned to 13 brigade units aligned under three major subordinate one-star divisions with units located nationwide -- from Pennsylvania to Puerto Rico and from the Carolinas and Georgia to California. It has an operational control training relationship with a unit in Hawaii and a support relationship with a unit in Germany. The Command’s annual economic impact is about $40 to $60 million. In addition to the salaries of full-time civilian and military personnel, this figure also includes pay to Army Reserve Soldiers, money spent locally for the purchase of supplies, services, maintenance support, equipment, facility construction and renovation, and the G.I. Bill college tuition payments to Army Reserve Soldiers attending school. The 80th trains Army Soldiers in 12 Career Military Fields (CMF) for combat support and combat service support. The three major one-star divisions under the umbrella of the 80th Training Command are the 94th, 100th, and 102nd. The 94th Training Division (Force Sustainment) headquarters is located at Fort Lee, Va. The 100th Training Division (Operational Support) has its headquarters in Fort Knox, Ky. The 102nd Training Division (Maneuver Support) headquarters is at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Under the 12 CMFs, 63 Military Occupational Specialties (MOS) are taught at eight TASS Training Centers (TTC), four Regional Training Sites for Maintenance, and two High-Tech Training Centers nationwide.

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80th DIV-IT

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Army Reserve

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