- First Sergeant
- Reporting Instructions
- Inprocessing Requirements
Welcome to the Headquarters Company, TSB website!
Look below for reporting information and additional references.
One Team, One Mission!
CPT Johnson’s military education includes: The Adjutant General Officer Basic Course; Adjutant General Captain’s Career Course; Staff and Faculty Development Course; Small Group Instructor Training Course; Combatives Course.
CPT Johnson’s military awards and decorations include: The Army Commendation Medal (with two oak leaf clusters); Army Achievement Medal; Army Reserve Components Achievement Medal; National Defense Service Medal; Iraqi Campaign Medal; Global War on Terrorism Medal; Army Service Ribbon; Overseas Service Ribbon; Army Reserves Components Overseas Training Ribbon; and the Combat Action Badge. His last unit received the Valorous Unit Award.
Captain Johnson is married to the former Ms. Emmanuela B. McSween of Donaldsonville, Louisiana; they have one son, Joseph H. Johnson IV.
First Sergeant Ramona D. Geiger, a native of Shelbyville, Tennessee, enlisted in the Army in 1989.
She is a graduate of the SSG Todd R. Cornell Noncommissioned Officer Academy, First Sergeant’s Course, Camp Casey, Republic of Korea; Noncommissioned Officer’s Academy (ANCOC and BNCOC), Fort Jackson, South Carolina; the United States Army Drill Sergeant School, Fort Jackson, South Carolina; the Primary Leadership Development Course, Second Infantry Division, Wightman NCO Academy, Republic of Korea; and the Postal Operations Course, United States Army Soldier Support Center, Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana.
First Sergeant Geiger has completed overseas tours in the Federal Republic of Germany, and the Republic of Korea. Her stateside assignments include Fort Jackson, South Carolina and two tours of duty at Fort Hood, Texas. Her deployments include Israel, Thailand and Southwest Asia.
Her duty positions include: Operations NCOIC, Training Support Battalion, Soldier Support Institute, Fort Jackson, SC; 1SG, 19th AG Company (Postal), Yongsan, Korea; Operations Branch NCOIC, Secretary Combined Joint Staff, United States Forces Korea, Yongsan, Korea; Operations Sergeant, HHD, 1st BCT Brigade, Fort Jackson, South Carolina; Senior Drill Sergeant, Delta Company, 3rd Battalion, 13th Infantry Regiment, Fort Jackson, South Carolina; 71L School Instructor, Bravo Company, 369th AG Battalion, Fort Jackson, South Carolina; Training NCO, Training Support Battalion, Fort Jackson, South Carolina; Commanding General’s and Deputy Commanding General’s Executive Administrative NCO, HQ V Corps, Heidelberg, Germany; Administrative and Publications NCO/Squad Leader, 30th Medical Brigade, Heidelberg, Germany; Assistant Postal Operations NCO/Squad Leader,151st Postal Company, Fort Hood, Texas; Junior In processing Team Sergeant, 21st Replacement Detachment, Fort Hood, Texas; Postal Clerk/Registry Room NCOIC, 66th AG Company (Postal), Republic of Korea; NCOER/Awards Clerk, 115th Forward Support Battalion, Fort Hood, Texas.
First Sergeant Geiger has served in her current assignment as the First Sergeant of HHC Training Support Battalion, Soldier Support Institute since January 2011.
Among her military awards and decorations are: Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (3rd Award), Army Commendation Medal (5th Award); Joint Service Achievement Medal (2nd Award); Army Achievement Medal (7th Award); Korea Defense Service Medal; Southwest Asia Bronze Star Medal (3 Bronze Stars); Noncommissioned Officers Professional Development Ribbon with Numeral 3; Kuwait Liberation Medal (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia); Kuwait Liberation Medal (Government of Kuwait) and the coveted Drill Sergeant Identification Badge.
First Sergeant Geiger is married to Chief Warrant Officer Three Tony M. Geiger and they have 2 children, Jalen, 10 years old and Ja’nia, 5 years old.
Soldiers MUST report in the duty uniform.
PCS Personnel – Does your DA 31 (signed by O-5 or above at your losing unit) authorize PTDY?
Yes! - Report to the Housing Services Office (Room 241 in the Strom Thurmond Building – Bldg 5450, at the intersection of Marion Road and Strom Thurmond Blvd). HSO is open Mon – Fri from 0730-1615. They will stamp your DA 31 to validate the PTDY. Upon completion of PTDY, report to A Co.
No! – Report directly to HHC. After in-processing, you may request up to 10 days PTDY, if time allows prior to your course start date.
All Soldiers must sign in with HHC. Duty hours are 0830-1700 on Monday through Friday, excluding Federal and training holidays. There is no need to report to TSB Headquarters at Building 3360.
During Duty Hours - Report to the HHC orderly room, located in room 1052 of the Soldier Support Institute (SSI), Building 10,000, at the corner of Lee Road and Hampton Parkway.
After Duty Hours - Sign in with the SSI Staff Duty Officer, also located in Building 10,000, by the main entrance on Lee Road, and then report to A Co on the morning of the next duty day.
Personal Data Sheet
Accident Avoidance Certificate
Physical Profile (Cannot report with temporary profile)
Family Care Plan (required for all married Soldiers with sole custody of children, or dual military with children)
Privately Owned Weapons Memo (must list all firearms brought on Fort Jackson. CANNOT store firearms in on-post lodging.)
Motorcycle Safety Counseling (if applicable)
- Packing List
- Learning Resource Center
- SSI Library
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.
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.