63rd Regional Support Command 
230 RT Jones Road Mountain View, California 94043
General Inquiries:   (800) 479-7706  Media Inquiries:   (650) 526-9822

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The 63rd Regional Support Command (RSC) mission is to provide Base Operation Support and related support for all Reserve personnel in the seven-state Southwest Region of the United States with focus on command support functions, personnel support, Soldier and family readiness programs, public works, facilities, maintenance support activities, and resource management.
 
Our vision is to establish a community based federal operational force of skill-rich Warrior-Citizens providing complementary capabilities for joint expeditionary and domestic operations. The 63rd RSC supports over 40,000 Army Reserve Soldiers in the states of California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas.
 
 
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* The Department of Defense (DoD) Safe Helpline provides confidential crisis intervention, support and information to Service members of the DoD community who have been sexually assaulted. Safe Helpline is available anytime, anywhere - 24-hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week, worldwide.
-63d RSC SHARP HOTLINE: 1-855-797-9612,SARC POC: MSG ANGELA DELANCY or MSG DEAN DAWSON
 
For a list of additional California SHARP POCs within the various Branches see the list below:
 
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An operational force providing strategic depth in an era of persistent conflict.