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U.S. Army Garrison-Miami Directorate of Human Resources

9301 NW 33 ST
Room E2066
Doral, FL  33172

Mission

To provide base-level human resources services to military members and DoD civilians assigned to the United States Southern Command and its locally attached units and to members assigned to the United States Army Garrison – Miami.

Services include but are not limited to military and civilian personnel services as well as in-out processing, official passport and visa processing, substance abuse program management, education services to include test administration, records management, mailroom operation, and Identification and Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (ID-DEERS) services to eligible population such as active duty, reserves, retirees and family members. 

 

HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES

ID Cards | DEERS Enrollment

The ID/DEERS Office strives to provide exceptional customer service while enforcing regulatory standards granting enrollment in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS), and provide Common Access Cards (CAC) and/or Official Identification Cards to authorized Soldiers, Family Members, Retirees, 100% Disabled Veterans as well as Civilian and Contract Employees working on USAG Miami/US Southern Command installation.

The ID/DEERS office is located on the first floor of the Installation Services Center.  The office provides ID card and CAC services for U.S. military personnel & their families, DoD civilian employees and families, assigned contractors and DoD retirees.

NOTE: In Order to issue a military ID Card to person(s) over 18 Years of age and older, you need to present two (2) valid form of ID (s). Primary must be an unexpired picture ID. No credit cards, conceal weapon permit, student ID nor SOUTHCOM badge will be accepted.

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Hours of Operation

****EFFECTIVE 1 JULY 2019 NEW Hours of Operation****

Walk-ins, Monday - Thursday:  8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Appointments, Monday - Thursday: 9:30 AM-1:30 PM

Friday and all Federal Holidays:  CLOSED

 

ID/DEERS contact info

305-437-2718

Services Provided

Common Access Cards (CAC)
DEERS Enrollment
Dependent ID Cards
Retiree ID Cards
100% Disabled Veterans & Dependents ID Cards
CAC Pin Resets
Mail-in service to Retirees and their Family members living in Central & South America

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Passports & Visas

The SOUTHCOM/USAG-Miami Passport and Visa Office processes Diplomatic, Official, No-fee Passports and Visas for military personnel, DOD employees and family members travelling overseas on official business. We are committed to provide quality services and facilities, optimize resources, sustain the environment and enhance the well-being of the military community supporting the readiness and mission execution of the Department of Defense and the United States Southern Command.

Contact info

305-437-2751 - Mr. Rivera, Passport and Visa Agent   |   305-437-2750 - Mr. Torres-Vega. Passport and Visa Agent (DSN 567)

Fax: 305-437-3293

Passport and Visa Office

9301 NW 33 St.Room A1099

Doral, FL  33172 

 

Passport and Visa Office Hours

Monday – Friday

8:00 a.m. to 11:00 

2:30 p.m. to 4:00 pm.

 

Services Provided

  • Passport Services
  • Visa Services
  • Request for Visa Template
  • Request for Expedited Processing of Official Passports (Save As)
  • Passport Processing Times

 

Helpful Links

  • Travel.State.Gov - Latest info and resources for foreign travel, including Passport and Visa resources and by-country travel info.
  • U.S. Customs and Immigration Services - U.S. citizenship resources and info. 
    The SOUTHCOM/USAG-Miami Passport and Visa Office processes Diplomatic, Official, No-fee Passports and Visas for military personnel, DOD employees and family members travelling overseas on official business. We are committed to provide quality services and facilities, optimize resources, sustain the environment and enhance the well-being of the military community supporting the readiness and mission execution of the Department of Defense and the United States Southern Command.

 

Helpful Resources

Bona Fide Need of Official Passport Issuance

DoD 2DB Passport Wizard Tutorial

Common Errors of Memorandum in Lieu of Travel Orders

Memorandum in Lieu of Orders


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Military Personnel Office

We are chartered and determined to providing excellent, high-quality personnel customer-service support to the Service Members assigned or attached to U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) as well as their supporting agencies located throughout Latin America. More specifically, our goal is to provide first-rate personnel and financial service support  through readiness - both home and abroad. The MPD is the liaison between the service member and MacDill Air Force Base Army Personnel Processing Center (APPC) / DMPO. 

All personnel and some finance actions are processed through MacDill AFB.

Contact Info

Military Personnel Office
9301 NW 33rd Street
Room B1020
Doral, FL  33172

305-437-0739 / 1715 / 1717 / 2344 (DSN 567)
Fax: 305-437-1743

Hours of Operation

Monday – Friday
0730 - 1600

Services Provided

  • Identification Tags

Here at the MPD we have the capability to produce ID tags for eligible service members.

  • Promotions
Army Promotion Boards are held monthly by the element SGM.

  • Retirements/Transition Assistance

Retirement Services and Transition Assistance for USSOUTHCOM service members are located in the U.S. Army Garrison-Miami Human Resources Directorate, and provided by the M10:39 AM 5/9/2016ilitary Personnel office (MILPO).

Once a retiring service member obtains his/her retirement orders, it is imperative to contact the Retirement Services Officer at (305)437-1717 to schedule an appointment for their Retirement/Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP) briefing.

Service members that require DD 214s need to schedule an appointment with the MPD by calling (305) 437-0739/1715/1717/2344

  • The Soldier for Life — Transition Assistance Program (SFL-TAP) 

Available at (305)437-1717, is a centrally funded commanders program that provides transition assistance services to eligible Soldiers.

  • Transition Eligibility

All Soldiers that complete 180 days or more of continuous Active Duty are eligible for and must complete transition services with few exceptions. 

Retirees will maintain eligibility for life. Non-Retirees will remain eligible for 180 days after their separation date.
Family Member of Military Service Member. Family members of Soldiers are eligible for transition services and highly encouraged to attend if their spouse is the eligible Soldier. Family members of Other Uniformed Services (Marines, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard), receive services up to 180 days after your sponsor's retirement date. Family members of a Non-Retired Veteran, receive services up to 180 days after your sponsor's separation date.

  • Signing In and Off of Leave

As there is no Staff Duty here at USSOUTHCOM/USAG-Miami, service members will be signed in and off of leave the day they arrive at the Military Personnel Services.

  • Finance Services
The MPD is the liaison between the service member and MacDill AFB APPC / DMPO.  All personnel and some finance actions are processed through MacDill Air Force Base.

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Joint Education Services Office

The Joint Education Services Office strives to deliver the highest quality education services and programs to the community in an effort to enhance recruiting, reenlistment and retention of the soldiers; to support the Army in improving Combat Readiness; and to retain and enhance a staff through continuous professional opportunities.

Army educational services provided by USAG-Miami consist of education counseling, coordinating tuition assistance request, GoArmyEd / eArmyu assistance and various on-site testing services.

Contact info
Joint Education Services
9301 NW 33rd Street
Doral, FL 33172

Email the Joint Education Services Office at usarmy.miami.usag.mbx.joint-education-services@mail.mil 

Counselor
305-437-3292
Room E2093

Testing
305-437-1959
Room E2092

Admin
305-437-2287
Room E2089

Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday
0730-1630 

Services Provided

  • Counseling

Come visit your counselor if you need some assistance with any education counseling, MGIB, financial aid, college credit assessment or any other educational related need, you can reach us via email or by calling us at 305-437-2287.

  • Tuition Assistance

Need Tuition Assistance? Army log on to www.goarmyed.com obtain your login username and password and let us help you with your enrollment into GoArmyEd the virtual gateway of requesting tuition assistance (TA) online at anytime for classes in the classroom, distance learning or earmyu online courses. Also, available assistance to obtain and coordinate tuition assistance with all military services.  Any questions or concerns please email or call us at 305-437-2287.

  • Testing

The USAG- Miami Joint Education Testing Office offers various tests  to service members for professional development. To schedule a test or for information on the wide array of tests available such as Army Personnel Testing (APT),  Defense Language Proficiency Test (DLPT), DANTES/CLEP , Air Force E-Exam program and more please contact us via email or call us at 305-437-1959.

 

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Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Program

The Alcohol/Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Program (ASAP) was established on Sept. 28, 1971, for the identification and treatment of alcohol and other drug dependent persons in the Armed Forces.  Federal statutes require that all Federal agencies provide alcohol and other drug abuse services to their employees.

As a joint command, HQ, U.S. Southern Command prevention programs are administered by The Department of the Army through U.S. Army Garrison - Miami IAW Department of Defense (DoD) Directive 1010.1 and U.S. Army Regulation 600-85, Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)

Alcohol and other drug abuse among DA personnel cannot be tolerated due to the profound affect upon personnel readiness, safety assurance, and ultimately our military defense capability.  The primary objective of the ASAP at U.S. SOUTHCOM is to provide the substance abuser assistance, with the ultimate objective to restore them to full and productive performance. 

Army Substance Abuse Program website

Services Provided

 

  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Prevention Programs
  • Urinalysis Testing Program
  • Treatment Programs

​Contact Info

305-437-3078 / 79 (DSN 567)
Fax: 305-437-3080

Alcohol & Drug Prevention
Installation Services Building
9301 NW 33rd Street
Miami, Florida  33172

ADCO/EAP -- Room B1018
Drug Testing Coordinator -- A1087 and A1088
Prevention Coordinator -- B1018
Drug/Alcohol Counselor -- A1092

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