85th Support Command

 

 Our mission is to be the Army's premier benchmark standard, operating within a multi-component structure, tasked with a dual-assigned mission in support of First Army Division West and Installation Management Command (IMCOM).  The 85th Support Command executes Title 10 authority for all Army Reserve Battalions assigned to Division West operational and training brigades and provides direct mission command authorities for the mobilization group and battalions assigned in support of IMCOM requirements.  
The 85th Support Command is manned with adaptable and resilient Soldiers and civilians disciplined in maintaining the Army's core values and standards. The 85th is dedicated to the support of our Soldiers, civilians, family members and community engagement.  We are composed of leaders and supervisors entrusted with the championing and professional development of Soldiers and civilians under our watch, leading them towards the Army's focus of Prevent-Shape-Win.

 
 
Address:
1515 West Central Road
Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005-2475

General Inquiries:
800.741.4650
Email
 
Media Inquiries:
800.741.4650X2152
 
ID Section 
800.741.4650x7616
 
Vehicle Stickers are no longer issued at the Arlington Heights installation. Please contact Great Lakes Naval Base at: 
847.688.5648
 
Recruiting 
800.741.4560X2100
 
Retirees Activities Office 

https://www.inscom.army.mil/isalute/

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