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Supply and Services Division

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Contact Us

Please contact the Supply and Services Division Chief concerning the operation of various functions at 808-656-2236.  See the list of all Supply and Services Division POCs below.

Office Phone Location
Chief 808-656-2236 Building 6039, East Range
ASP Operations 808-655-0754 Building 2801, Schofield Barracks
Central Issue Facility 808-655-8120 Building 2070, Schofield Barracks
HAZMAT 808-656-0720 Building 6041, East Range
Food Program Manager 808-655-0196 Building 2071, Schofield Barracks
Property Book 808-656-3372 Building 6040, East Range
Supply Support Activity 808-656-2277 Building 6036, East Range

Ammunition Supply Point Operations

The ammunition storage areas are located in three remote locations on two different islands, and serve as the sole source for processing training, operational load and contingency ammunition.

It is important to forecast requirements, make a submission through the Training Ammunition Management Information System (TAMIS-R), and monitor the request through the approval, validation and ASP acceptance processes. See the Supply and Services External SOP for further details.

All units serviced by the Logistics Readiness Center – Hawaii (LRC-HAW), Munitions Branch are responsible for complying with the requirements of Standard Operating Procedures, AR 710-2, DA PAM 385-10, DA PAM 385-64, DA PAM 710-2-1, DA PAM 710-2-2, AR 190-11, DTR/DOD 4500.9-R, other applicable policies, guidelines and regulations.

Hours of Operation, Locations and Points of Contact

The Munitions Stock Control (MSC)

Open 8 a.m.-3 p.m., Monday-Friday, except U.S. holidays, quarterly inventories and other timeframes as dictated from higher authorities. Appointments must be made in person, including the rescheduling of appointments, at the Munitions Stock Control Office, Building 6039, East Range. 

Service Phone
Munitions Manager 808-656-0754
Chief, Surveillance (QASAS) 808-655-9020
Stock Control – Main Office 808-656-0748/0752
Stock Control – Main Fax 808-656-0753
Accountable Officer 808-656-1649

The Wheeler Ammunition Supply Point (WASP)

Open 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Monday-Friday, except U.S. holidays and quarterly inventories. Located at Building 1551, Wheeler Army Airfield. 

Service Phone
WASP Operations Office 800-656-1063
Munitions Stock Control – Main Fax 808-656-0753
WASP Surveillance Office (QASAS) 808-656-3000
WASP Surveillance Bay (QASAS) 808- 656-1297

Pohakuloa Training Area Ammunition Supply Point (PTA ASP)

Open 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Monday-Friday, excpet U.S. holidays and scheduled inventories. Appointments for ammunition issue/turn-in will be made by the requesting unit directly through PTA ASP personnel. Appointments are scheduled by phone or in person at Building 600. Large ammunition issues need to be scheduled for the morning hours and projected for completion by the close of normal business hours. 

Service Phone
PTA ASP Operations Office 800-969-2483/2482
PTA ASP Fax 808-961-4439
 PTA ASP Surveillance Office (QASAS) 808-969-2481

Central Issue Facility

The CIF is located in Building 2070, Humphreys Road, Schofield Barracks. Please call 808-656-7154 or 808-655-9876 to schedule issue or turn-in appointments.

It is imperative to reconcile your Organizational Clothing and Individual Equipment (OCIE) hand receipt as well as clean your TA-50 when scheduling a turn-in appointment; otherwise your equipment will be rejected. Orders, DA Form 4187 or an early clearing memorandum are required for all appointments.

Walk-ins are welcome, but highly discouraged. Due to the high volume of appointments, it is recommended that you schedule your appointment within the first two days of clearing.

Commanders must ensure that Soldiers are cleared five days prior to their departure of the installation. Failure to do so will result in a high probability that the Soldier will not clear CIF according to their final out appointment.

Hours of Operation

9 a.m.-3 p.m., Monday-Thursday

9 a.m.-2 p.m., Friday

Regulations

External Standing Operating Procedures (ESOP)

OCIE Guide

This page is still under construction. Look for more information to be added at a later time.

U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii's Directorate of Logistics operates several dining facilities, or DFACs, on Oahu. Hours vary by location. The standard rate for breakfast is $3.45, lunch is $5.55, and dinner is $4.85. Weekend meals are $6.25 for brunch and $7.65 for dinner. Holiday meals have special prices, usually $9.05.

Schedule

Not all DFACs will be open on holidays and extended weekends.

Authorized Patrons

Soldier getting a meal at a DFAC
Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Krishna Gamble, 25th ID

Dining facilities are restricted to authorized patrons only. All patrons must adhere to the dress code.

Per command policy USAG-HI 44, the following personnel are allowed to eat in on-post dining facilities on an occasional basis during their work week, in addition to all active duty, Reserve and Guard Soldiers:
-DoD/Department of the Army civilian employees and DoD contractors working on the installation;
-Spouses of active duty Soldiers working on the installation;
-Retired military personnel working on the installation;
-Civilian dignitaries; and
-Family members may subsist in garrison DFACs on a daily basis, during the deployment of a sponsor's unit for dining facility headcount support, family support and esprit de corps.

Individuals will not be authorized to purchase meals in any dining facility that exceeds a 100 percent utilization rate.

Locations

Bronco Cafe DFAC

Building 357, Foote Ave., Schofield Barracks. Managed by 3rd BCT at 808-655-4833.

Sustainment Bistro DFAC

Building 780, Schofield Barracks. Managed by 8th TSC at 808-655-6333.

Warrior Inn DFAC

Building 2085, Aleshire Ave., Schofield Barracks. Managed by 2nd BCT at 808-655-9128.

Wings of Lightning DFAC

Building 102, Wright Ave., Wheeler Army Airfield. Managed by 25th CAB at 808-656-2504.

Mission

The mission of the Installation Property Book Office (IPBO) is to account for property, both Table of Distribution and Allowances (TDA) and non-deployable Common Table of Allowances (CTA), in use on the islands of Oahu and Hawaii. The IPBO provides supply support for expendable, durable, and non-expendable property. For Modified Table of Organization and Equipment (MTOE) units, IPBO provides supply support for CTA non-deployable and durable equipment. The IPBO also provides equipment support for Department of Defense units and civilian agencies from the Annual Training Equipment Pool. 

Procedure

The IPBO is responsible for editing supply requests for the proper authorization and fund code. Primary Hand Receipt Holders are responsible for the documents routed through the appropriate financial management activities for verification that funds are available and fund codes are loaded against Department of Defense Activity Address Code (DODAAC) before the request is submitted and forwarded to the IPBO.

The IPBO only issues temporary loans to current hand receipt holders supported under U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii.

Hours of Operation, Location and Timeline

The IPBO warehouse is located in Building 6041, East Range. Open 7 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday, except holidays and dates with limited manning. Hand receipt holders or designated representatives are responsible for scheduling appointments prior to visit.

All weapons/sensitive inventories are sent out on the first work day of the month. Suspense is 30 days or the end of the month. No extensions for sensitive/weapons inventories; FLIPL after suspense date.

The Supply Support Activity is in Building 6036, East Range.

The SSA is where a majority of routine parts are stocked; these items can be picked up from the Central Receiving Point (CRP) section. Items that need to be turned in will be taken to the Classification section in the SSA. They will direct how it is to be disposed, so it is important to initiate action as soon as you get a directive.

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