When reporting for duty, personnel must report to U.S. Southern Command headquarters, 9301 NW 33rd St, Doral, Fla., 33172. If you need assistance, contact the following during duty hours:
Air Force: 305-437-1258
If you arrive after hours, plan to sign in the following duty day. Don’t worry about room and phone numbers at this point. You will be escorted by your sponsor, or a liaison, until proper clearance is obtained.
If you have any sort of emergency situation prior to signing in, please call the Southern Command duty officer at 305-437-4900 for assistance.
Spouses Facebook Group
For spouses of U.S. Southern Command personnel both inside and outside of the United States. It is a forum for news, photos, and questions about life as a military or civilian spouse.
All in-processing is conducted at the SOUTHCOM headquarters, although servicing personnel and finance offices may be located as far away as Tampa, Patrick Air Force Base or Jacksonville.
A transportation officer is also available to assist you with arranging delivery of your household goods and pickup of your personal vehicle. You may call the U.S. Coast Guard Transportation Movement Office (TMO) directly to coordinate household goods delivery. If your last name begins with the letter A-M call 305-278-6833; last names beginning with letters N-Z call 305-278-6826.
The duty uniform for Southern Command personnel is battle dress uniform for Army and Marine Corps; BDU or flight suit for Air Force; Tropical Long or BDU (if issued) for Coast Guard; Navy personnel E-7 and above wear Summer Khaki, E-6 and below wear Dungarees, BDU (if issued) and flight suits.
This secure, web-based tool helps smooth your transition to SOUTHCOM by connecting you and your family to command specialists and sponsors while providing comprehensive relocation information. The tool also tracks your status throughout your transition and arrival so that you and your family are always on our radar.
NOTE: This tool is for SOUTHCOM newcomers only. Personnel already at the Command will not be able to access this system. The tool is a SOUTHCOM internal portal site and must be accessed with a valid CAC or Command-provided password. The site must be viewed using Internet Explorer 8 or higher. If you are from SOUTHCOM HQ or an SCO and trying to access the Newcomers Arrival Management Site, go to: https://extranet.southcom.mil/newarrivaltrackingadmin/