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United States Army
ACS Welcome Center (No Visitor Center on Post)
1501 William C. Lee Rd. (inside gate 1)
Fort Campbell, KY 42223
When you arrive at your new installation, you’ll need to follow installation-specific procedures. Each installation and service handles in-processing differently. Here, you can find installation-specific guidelines and a list of documents to bring with you when checking- in. Reach out to the contacts provided if you have specific questions.
All incoming personnel must report to Kalsu Replacement Company, 6916 Desert Storm Ave., no later than the “to” date on their leave form (Department of the Army Form 31) to sign in - 24 hours a day / 7 days a week. All soldiers reporting during duty hours (6 a.m. - 5 p.m.) must report in duty uniform and in accordance with Army grooming standards found in Army Regulation 670-1.
Soldiers reporting during non-duty hours may be in appropriate civilian attire. For more information on Kalsu Replacement Company, contact 270-798-2813 or visit Fort Campbell website, Facebook page or access the Contract Audit Manual Regulation 600-8-101.
In-processing is organized to reduce the time needed to process into post. The process will take approximately 14 duty days. Haircuts and uniforms will be inspected daily to ensure adherence to Army and Division standards. In-processing includes stops with Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System, personnel, dental, medical, newcomers' orientation, Division Command team brief, and many other important areas. Finance is now completed on your own utilizing the Defense Finance Accounting Service SmartVoucher.
Information regarding assignment of on and off post housing is provided by the Fort Campbell Family Housing and Housing Services Office, both located in Building 2702 on Michigan Ave. Soldiers wishing to take permissive temporary duty for house hunting should get this approved at their losing unit. Newly arrived soldiers can get PTDY approved at Fort Campbell; however, this will not happen until the soldier is shipped to gaining unit (after the 14 day in-processing). If you are authorized PTDY from your prior duty station, you do not need to report to the housing office to have your orders stamped on the day the PTDY begins. Your leave form will need to be signed by a lieutenant colonel or above and have the correct PTDY statement in the remarks section. Contact your S1 for further guidance on PTDY.
Barracks rooms and linens are only provided for single soldiers, sergeants and below. Barracks rooms will be assigned and made available once the soldier has signed in and been arrived at Kalsu. Married soldiers, and soldiers who are staff sergeants and above, regardless of marital status, should seek private accommodations (reference on or off post housing assignments above). Unaccompanied SSGs and below will be provided a barracks room for in-processing if requested.
Restriction of movement/Judicious preventative measures and travel restrictions
Soldiers are not required to quarantine unless they meet the following criteria: Tested positive for Coronavirus-19 within the past 14 days or have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 within the past 14 days. If a soldier has been in close contact with someone who has tested positive, the soldier must schedule a COVID test at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital and begin quarantine. If the COVID test result is negative, they must report to Kalsu for in-processing.
Soldiers not residing in the barracks: You must remain at your residence during your period of ROM/JPM. If soldiers are geo-bachelors, a room in the Kalsu barracks can be provided if requested.
Soldiers residing in the barracks: You will be ROM/JPM in the local Kalsu barracks. Chow is delivered three times daily. Linens will be provided at the time of arrival. Soldiers will not be allowed to leave the Kalsu barracks during the duration of your ROM/JPM.
What to do if you get married en route?
If you get married en route, bring a copy of your marriage certificate, leave and earnings statements, and a completed DA FORM 5960 with you when you in-process DEERS and personnel. This way we can get your pay adjusted as soon as possible. If you get married before you PCS, go to your unit S1 for guidance adding your spouse to your records. It is very important that your PCS orders state that you have a "dependent"; having a dependent increases certain PCS entitlements. In order for your orders to be amended to state “with dependents”, your marriage date must precede the date on your orders.
Documents needed for in-processing:
Requesting a sponsor from Fort Campbell
Soldiers in the rank private to staff sergeant; second lieutenant to captain; and warrant officer one to chief warrant officer two are required to have a sponsor before reporting to Fort Campbell and prior to departing losing installation. To begin your request for a sponsor, go to the Army Career Tracker and complete sections one, two, four and five of your Department of the Army Form 5434. Your sponsor will complete section three of the DA Form 5434. If you arrive to Fort Campbell without a sponsor, a reactionary sponsor will be assigned. Should you need assistance obtaining a sponsor, you may contact the Fort Campbell Installation Total Army Sponsorship Liaison office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 270-798-5250/7272, Monday through Friday, 1-3:30 p.m.
Are you a spouse relocating to Fort Campbell? Do you have questions about services for on and off post, housing, schools, daycare, surrounding communities, and recreational activities? If you answered yes, the spouse sponsorship team can help you! The Army Community Service Army Family Team Building Spouse Sponsor coordinator will assign you with a caring, knowledgeable spouse sponsor who can answer your questions and connect you with the resources you need. Contact AFTB at 270-798-4800.