There are 14 SRUs located on military installations across the country: Fort Belvoir, VA; Fort Benning, GA; Fort Bliss, TX; Fort Bragg, NC; Fort Campbell, KY; Fort Carson, CO; Fort Drum, NY; Fort Hood, TX; Fort Riley, KS; Fort Stewart, GA; Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA; Joint Base San Antonio, TX; Schofield Barracks, HI; Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, MD.
Army Lieutenant Colonels and Command Sergeants Major command SRUs.
Selected from the Centralized Selection List, SRU Commanders and Command Sergeant Majors are the Army’s top tier leaders.
The Headquarters platoon conducts initial intake, assesses risks, orients Soldiers, provides administrative support and meets the immediate physical needs of Soldiers assigned to the SRU.
Comprehensive Recovery Plan
Soldiers recovering in an SRU follow a Comprehensive Recovery Plan (CRP). The CRP is a dynamic plan of actions, focusing on the Soldier’s future. The CRP establishes goals that are mapped to the Soldier’s transition plan, in six domains: career, physical, emotional, social, family, and spiritual.
The Complex Care platoon completes the Soldier’s SRU in processing and intake. Soldiers remain at this stage until they have medically stabilized.
The Veteran Track platoon focuses on career and education readiness and provides resources that prepare Soldiers for a transition to Veteran status. ARCP partners with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to ensure Soldiers have immediate access to all VA benefits and healthcare programs once they enter Veteran status.
Return to Duty
The Return to Duty platoon prepares Soldiers to either return to their previous unit or to move to their next duty assignment. Over 40% of Soldiers assigned to an SRU have returned to duty.