SSI Basketball Champions
SFC Oliphant, SFC Williams, COL Cole, Lt Williams, Chief Walker, SGT Montgomery, Major Holins, SGM Moore pose for a picture with COL Nieberding, CSM Donaldson, and the coach SFC Wright.
TRADOC Instructor of the Year
Capt. Bethany G. Dumas, TRADOC's instructor of the year, helps 2nd Lt. Brian Abrams with filling out online forms April 26. Dumas, currently commanding the officer student company at the Soldier Support Institute, Complete Article
Building Tomorrow's Leaders
Officers assigned to the Adjutant General Captains Career Course, class 002-16, participate in a leadership exercise April 25 at the Teamwork Development Course, here at Fort Jackson. Complete Article
Soldier Support Institute
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Soldier Support Institute Vision
SSI, as the Army's Soldier Support Integration Command strives to fully integrate within the Sustainment War Fighting Function by providing state of the art education and training to Soldiers and Civilians, developing adaptive leaders and building capabilities across the Human Resource and Financial Management domains in order to strengthen an all volunteer U.S. Army as America’s force of decisive action.
COL Richard J. Nieberding Jr. Commander Soldier Support Institute
Colonel Richard (Rick) J. Nieberding, Jr was born in Covington, Kentucky. He earned a Bachelor of Science Degree from the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York in 1987. He also earned a Masters in Leadership Development from Long Island University in 1996 and a Masters in Strategic Studies from the US Army War College in 2007. He completed Combined Arms Staff Services School in 1995 and Command and General Staff College in 2002.
Upon commissioning in 1987, Colonel Nieberding attended the Armor Officer Basic Course and was assigned to 197th Infantry Brigade, Fort Benning, Georgia where he served as Tank Platoon Leader and Scout Platoon Leader in Alpha Troop, 15th Cavalry and Tank Company XO in 2nd Battalion, 69th Armor during OPERATION DESERT SHIELD and DESERT STORM. After the Armor Officer Advanced Course in 1992, he was assigned to the 25th Infantry Division. His positions included 5th Squadron, 9th Cavalry Personnel Officer, Troop Commander, and Assistant Squadron S3. In 1996 he was assigned to the United States Military Academy and served as a Company Tactical Officer, a Battalion Tactical Officer, and the Executive Officer to the Brigade Tactical Officer. After serving at West Point, he was assigned to the 3rd Battalion, 395th Regiment, 5th Army at Fort Hood, Texas where he served as Battalion Operations Officer and Battalion Executive Officer. In 2001, he re-designated to Functional Area 43 (Human Resources) and was assigned to 1st Cavalry Division, Fort Hood, Texas. He served as Brigade S1, Division Support Command and as the Division Deputy G1. He remained at Fort Hood and in 2003 was assigned to III Corps as the Field Grade Officer Manager. In 2004 he deployed with III Corps to OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM and served as the Chief, Soldier Programs for Multi-National Corps- Iraq. Upon redeployment in 2005, he was assigned to Third US Army and served as the Adjutant General. After graduation from US Army War College in 2007, he was assigned to 1st Armored Division, Wiesbaden, Germany as the Division G1 and served a 15 month deployment OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM (Multi-National Division-North). After redeployment, he was assigned to US Army Human Resources Command in 2009 as the Chief, Leader Development Division. In 2010, he moved to I Corps, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA and was assigned as the I Corps G1. He deployed to Afghanistan (OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM) with I Corps and served as International Security Assistance Force-Afghanistan Strategic Force Manager. He served as, Chief, Colonels Management in 2012. He assumed his current position, Commander, US Army Soldier Support Institute, 9 September 2015.
Colonel Nieberding’s awards include the Bronze Star Medal (1OLC), Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (7 OLC), Army Commendation Medal, Air Force Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal (4 OLC), Southwest Asia Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Iraqi Campaign Medal, NATO Medal (Afghanistan), Saudi Arabian-Kuwait Liberation Medal, Kuwait Liberation Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Parachutist Badge, and the Ranger Tab.
COL Nieberding is married with two sons.
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Adjutant General School
Train and develop agile leaders and Soldiers who provide human resources and music support to the force. Develop human resource (HR) concepts, doctrine, training and organizational designs to support an expeditionary Army in war and in peace.
Financial Management School
Provide trained, ready, and agile military and civilian Leaders and develop complementary concepts, doctrine, organization, and material across the spectrum of Financial Management (FM) in support of America's Armed Forces in war and peace.
Army School of Music
Army Band Mission "The Army School of Music trains and educates Army band Soldiers and leaders; designs, develops and implements training; integrates unit capabilities, concepts and doctrine in order to build Army bands that are versatile and adaptable in Full Spectrum Operations."
Non Commissioned Officer Academy
Train and educate noncommissioned officers through relevant, objective evaluation to support ARFORGEN; growing adaptive leaders fostered in an environment that facilitates competence, confidence, creativity, and team-building to achieve success in any operating environment.
Soldier Support Institute Library
Welcome to the Soldier Support Institute Library! Looking for a valuable resource during your attendance SSI? The Library has Battle Analysis material, Historical Field Manuals, and the Commander's professional reading list. Click here to visit the Library.
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Season's Greetings Team Member! You Are Cordially Invited To Attend The 2016 Holiday Social Event Hosted By The Soldier Support Institute On December 9, 2016 from 1730 - 2200 in the NCO Club Ballroom. Come Celebrate The Festivities With Us By Having Fun, Laughs, And Comradery While Enjoying Some Delicious Food, Drinks, Singing, and Dancing. The price is less than last year at $18.00 per person! HAPPY HOLIDAYS!
"MAUDE LEADERSHIP LECTURE - 13 SEPTEMBER 2016. The United States Army Adjutant General School is again pleased to host the 18th in a continuing series of leadership lectures sponsored by the LTG Timothy J. Maude Foundation. The lecture will be delivered on Tuesday, 13 Sep 16 at 1500 at the Solomon Center, Fort Jackson, SC. The guest speaker will be MG Jason T. Evans, Director, Military Personnel Management, U.S. Army Deputy Chief of Staff, G-1. There will be a reception for Major General Evans sponsored by the Richland County Sheriff's Department at the Solomon Center immediately following the lecture. Please RSVP by 1 September 2016. You may RSVP electronically utilizing the link shown https://einvitations.afit.edu/inv/anim.cfm?i=306506&k=0161440C7B51"
The Warfighter Training Support Package, Perform Disbursing Operations has been posted to the Army Training Network website https://atn.army.mil. It is in an Adobe Portfolio containing material pertaining to Postal Support at the Human Resources Sustainment Center (HRSC) level for AC/RC units.
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The SSI Learning Resource Center is designed to provide access to the latest Adjutant General, Financial Management, and Recruiting and Retention training material. Resources are available for individual, collective, distributed learning to CAC (common access card) and AKO users.
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