Welcome to SOCPAC
Army Reserve Site


Welcome and Congratulations on your assignment to the United States Special Operations Command, Pacific (SOCPAC). SOCPAC is a sub-unified command and serves as the Special Operations Forces (SOF) component command for the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command.  Its Area of Responsibility (AOR) covers the largest geographic area of all Unified Commands. SOCPAC headquarters is located on Marine Corps Base Camp H.M. Smith overlooking Pearl Harbor and is centrally located on Oahu near Schofield Barracks, MCB Hawaii, and Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.

SOCPAC Army Reservists support the Command through both the Individual Mobilization Augmentee (IMA) and Troop Program Unit (TPU) programs within the US Army Reserve.

•IMA Reservists are ADCON and OPCON to SOCPAC. 

•TPU Reservists are OPCON to SOCPAC, and ADCON to the SOCOM Army Reserve Element (ARE).

Unlike traditional USAR units, Army Reservists supporting SOCPAC coordinate directly with and support the active-duty Service Members under the command.  Annual Training (AT) and Drill (IDTs) schedules are coordinated by the individual Reservist with concurrence through their assigned SOCPAC Directorate. 

This structure requires Reserve Soldiers to be proactive in managing their careers, coordinating AT and Drill Schedule with their active-duty counterparts, and regularly communicating with their assigned directorate. 

Contact SOCPAC Army Reserve Coordinator


COM (808) 204-3611

DSN (315) 204-3611

Oahu and Travel Information
Organization Links
Army Reserve Training and Readiness
Army Reserve Forms and Self Help



Want to join the SOCPAC Army Reserve Element?

Complete the


and send to:

SOCOM Accessions Team




** Please include your relationship and ties to the INDOPACOM AOR and Hawaii.

Remote Work?

Joint Reserve Intelligence Centers


CAC Required > Access the site >> click on the "JRIP" tab/link located top center of the page

View/download the "JRIC Site Capacity Guide" 

Guide provides locations and POCs for each location. 

You need to contact the site in advance to coordinate access.