U.S. Army Reserve


The 99th Regional Support Command provides facilities, programs and services to Army Reserve Soldiers, Civilians and Families in the Northeast Region, to support Army readiness and sustain the all-volunteer force.

The 99th Division constituted at Camp Wheeler, Georgia, on July 23, 1918 and after assignment to the Organized Reserve in 1921, the unit reorganized as the 99th Infantry Division.

The division arrived in the European Theater of Operations to defend a “quiet” 19-mile sector north of the Roer River. Seven days later, lead elements of the 1st SS Panzer Division drove into the center of the 99th ID’s sector. The 99th ID’s “Battle Babies” held the line, severely delaying the German Army advance. They remained engaged with enemy forces through the end of the war and inactivated on September 27, 1945.

From 1996 to 2007, the 99th ID underwent several changes to unit designation but a new 99th RSC at Fort Dix, New Jersey, activated in 2008.

In October 2012, the 99th RSC headquarters established an emergency operations cell in preparation for Superstorm Sandy landfall and provided logistics support to three Army Reserve quartermaster detachments mobilized for storm recovery operations.




• Personnel/Readiness support
• Real property management
• Maintenance readiness
• Fifty percent of the Army Reserve’s deployable public affairs units
• Twenty five percent of the Army Reserve’s band assets

In The News
September 11, 2017 - When Army Reserve Ambassador Isabelle Slifer discussed the importance of Army Families with nearly 1,000 attendees during the U.S. Army Reserve Command’s recent Yellow Ribbon reintegration event here, her words were informed by experience.
September 11, 2017 - Tan combat boots contrasted sharply with green turf and white cleats as members of the Point Park men’s soccer team conducted stretching drills. Among those in attendance was Spc. Miguel Alvarez, who returned to watch his alma mater for the first time in five years.
September 11, 2017 - No bridge, no problem.
August 28, 2017 - The U.S. Army Reserve’s 99th Regional Support Command hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony Aug. 17 for the revitalized AMSA/OMS (Area Maintenance Support Activity/Organizational Maintenance Shop) here in Fort Totten.
August 9, 2017 - The Army Reserve’s 99th Regional Support Command hosted training for the Interactive Personnel Electronic Records Management System and Automated Record Brief Aug. 24-28 at its headquarters here.

99th Regional Support Command
5231 South Scott Plaza
Fort Dix, NJ 08640

General Inquiries: (609) 562-7411
Media Inquiries:   (609) 562-7417

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