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369CrestWelcome to the 369th Adjutant General Battalion Website

The 369th AG Battalion, ,

is the United States Army center for transforming basic training soldiers into operational human resource specialists and finance technicians.

Mission: Provide our Army with physically fit, well disciplined, trained and ready 36B Financial Management Technicians, and 42A Human Resource Specialists who are able to contribute immediately in their first unit of assignment with the skills necessary to survive, fight and win in any operational environment while simultaneously developing and strengthening our Cadre Team of professionals.   Provide battalion level mission command, administrative, logistical and training support to the permanent party and student personnel assigned to the Soldier Support Institute or are attending schools that belong to the Soldier Support Institute.

Lieutenant Colonel Jared A. "J.R." Reid
369th Battalion Commander

Lieutenant Colonel J.R. Reid was born and raised near Portland, Oregon. In 1991, he enlisted in the Army as a Combat Medic and served as a Platoon and Company Medic and later a Battalion Treatment NCO in 1st Battalion, 15th Infantry Regiment, Schweinfurt, Germany. In 1998, he graduated from the University of Portland with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science and was commissioned into the Adjutant General (AG) Corps with a 4-year branch detail to Air Defense Artillery (ADA). In 2003, he received his Masters of Arts in Human Resource Management from Webster University. His professional military education includes the ADA Officer Basic Course, the AG Captain's Career Course, Combined Arms and Services Staff School (CAS3), Intermediate Level Education (ILE), and the Joint and Combine Warfighter Course.

LTC Reid's previous commissioned assignments include: Platoon Leader and later S-1 & Adjutant, 1st Battalion, 43rd ADA Regiment, South Korea; Executive Officer, Bravo Battery, 1st Battalion, 56th ADA Regiment, Fort Bliss, TX; Company Commander, US Army Sergeants Major Academy, Ft. Bliss, TX; S-1 & Adjutant, 6th Psychological Operations Battalion, Ft. Bragg, NC; Chief, Officer Management, 82nd Airborne Division, Ft. Bragg, NC; Battalion S3, 82nd Paratrooper Support Battalion, 82nd Abn Div., Ft. Bragg, NC; Regimental S1 & Adjutant (with OIF combat tour), 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, Ft. Bragg, NC; Deputy G-1, 82nd Abn Div., Ft. Bragg, NC; Deputy G-1, US Army Special Operations Command, Ft. Bragg, NC; Chief, J-1 Plans and Operations, and later Chief, Personnel Operations (with OEF combat tour), Joint Special Operations Command, Ft. Bragg, NC; and he last served as Chief, Strength Management, US Army Forces Command, Ft. Bragg, NC.

LTC Reid's awards and decorations include the Bronze Star Medal, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters, Joint Service Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters, Joint Service Achievement Medal, Army Achievement Medal with three Oak Leaf Clusters, Good Conduct Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Iraqi Campaign Medal, Korean Defense Service Medal, Overseas Service Ribbon (3), NATO Medal the Expert Field Medical Badge, the Army Senior Parachutists Badge, and the Air Assault Badge.

LTC Reid is married to his best friend and confidant, and they feed off the energy of their young son.

Command Sergeant Major Carolyn Y. Donaldson
369th Battalion Command Sergeant Major

Command Sergeant Major Donaldson is a native of Florence, South Carolina. She enlisted in the United States Army under the Delayed Entry Program as a Reservist on 24 September 1988. She completed Basic Combat Training at Fort Dix, New Jersey and Advanced Individual Training at Fort Eustis, Virginia as a Traffic Management Coordinator. On 20 November 1990, she enlisted on active duty and attended the Administrative Specialist Course at Fort Jackson, South Carolina.

Command Sergeant Major Donaldson has served in a variety of assignments in the United States and overseas, including Orderly Room Clerk, 586th Maintenance Company, Southwest Asia; Administrative Specialist, 19th Materiel Management Center, Wiesbaden, Germany; Distribution Clerk; 24th Personnel Service Battalion, Fort Stewart, Georgia; Admin NCOIC, 124th Replacement Detachment; Fort Stewart, Georgia; Assistant Human Resource Sergeant, 1/145th Aviation Regiment Fort Rucker, Alabama; Senior Drill Sergeant and Senior Human Resource Sergeant 1/34th Infantry Regiment; Fort Jackson, South Carolina; Equal Opportunity Advisor, 4th Training Brigade Fort Jackson, South Carolina; Equal Opportunity Advisor, USAG Ansbach, Ansbach Germany; First Sergeant, HHC, 43d Adjutant General Replacement Detachment, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri; Chief Human Resource Sergeant Major, 125th Adjutant General Postal Detachment, Fort Bragg , NC; S-3 Operations Sergeant Major, 82nd Sustainment Brigade, Fort Bragg, NC and Support Operations Sergeant Major, 82nd Sustainment Brigade, CENTCOM Materiel Recovery Element, Kandahar, Afghanistan.

Command Sergeant Major Donaldson is a graduate of the Warrior Leader Course, Advanced Leader Course, Senior Leader Course, Drill Sergeant School, Master Fitness Course, Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute, First Sergeant Course and the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy Class 60. She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree (Magna Cum Laude) and a Master of Science Degree in Health Care Management (Cum Laude) from TUI University.

Command Sergeant Major Donaldson has participated in Operation Desert Storm, Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation New Dawn, and Operation Enduring Freedom. She is also a member of the prestigious Sergeant Audie Murphy Club.

Her awards and decorations include: the Bronze Star (1 OLC), Meritorious Service Medal (4 OLC), Army Commendation Medal (3 OLC), Army Achievement Medal (5 OLC), Good Conduct Medal (7th Award), National Defense Service Medal (1 Bronze Service Star), Southwest Asia Service Medal; Afghanistan Campaign Medal; Iraq Campaign Medal; Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal; NCO Development Ribbon (Numeral 4), Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon (Numeral 3); NATO Medal; Kuwait Liberation Medal (SA); Kuwait Liberation Medal (KU), and the Army Superior Unit Award.

Command Sergeant Major Donaldson has one son.


Major Swain
369th Battalion Executive Officer

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  • HHC
  • Alpha Company
  • Bravo Company
  • Charlie Company
  • Delta Company
  • Echo Company
  • Combined Arms Department

ACO CobrasHeadquarters Company Hammers

Commander: CPT Megan Cain

Executive Officer: 1LT Valerie C. Hornsby

First Sergeant: 1SG Jeffrey J. Baker


Company Contact Number: 803-751-7437

ACO CobrasAlpha Company Cobras

Commander: CPT Domeca O. Henderson

First Sergeant: 1SG Shannon D. Lacy

Executive Officer: 1LT Lillian Zulu

Company Contact Number: 803-751-6904

BCO BulldogsBravo Company Bulldogs

Commander: CPT Brian R. Perkins

Executive Officer: SFC Steven T. Martz

First Sergeant: 1SG Melinda C. Pressley

Company Contact Number: 803-751-5383

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CCO CougarsCharlie Company Cougars

Commander: CPT Ryan M. Mazur

Executive Officer: 1LT Brittany D. McKenzie

First Sergeant: 1SG Craig Sterrette

Company Contact Number: 803-751-7107

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DCO DragonsDelta Company Dragons

Commander: CPT Timothy S. Hughes

Executive Officer: CPT Lindsey M. Schroeder

First Sergeant: 1SG William J. Werden

Company Contact Number: 803-751-7885

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ACO CobrasEcho Company

Commander: CPT Bethany G. Dumas

First Sergeant: 1SG Nichole A. Tavaresgibbs

Compamy Contact Number: 803-751-8188

ACO CobrasCombined Arms Department

Chief: MAJ John F. Magliocca

NCOIC: SFC Michael R. Fletcher

Phone: 803-751-8418

  • 369th BN History
  • Graduation Information
  • Learning Resource Center
  • SSI Library

The 369th Adjutant General Battalion traces its lineage back to the campaigns in the Pacific Theater during World War II. Activated in November 1943 at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, as the 74th Replacement Battalion, the unit was comprised of headquarters and headquarters detachment and four replacement companies. The unit saw action in the Western Pacific while performing the mission of processing replacements and battle casualties for the combat divisions of the Tenth Army. In June 1947, the unit was re-designated as the 369th Replacement Battalion and allotted to the Organized Reserves.

It remained in this status until it was inactivated again on Aug. 1, 1950 at Fort Jackson. Almost 37 years later, the unit was returned to the Active Army force when it was reactivated as the 369th Adjutant General Battalion on May 30, 1987. The mission of the unit is to serve as the United States Army's trainer for the conduct of Advanced Individual Training for all personnel and administration, legal and finance soldiers.

All graduations will be held at the Fort Jackson Post Theater located on Jackson Blvd.

We hope that you enjoy the 369th Battalion graduation ceremonies and your visit to Fort Jackson.

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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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New users: You must have a CAC Reader to login to the LRC. Next, Select AKO login from the dropdown menu and proceed to the LRC.

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SSI 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.

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