Soldiers in the 640th Regiment, RTI conduct the Army Combat Fitness Test at Camp Williams, June 1st, 2021.
March 8th is the day we celebrate women's achievements around the world. For International Womens Day, we are proud to spotlight one of our own: Sgt. 1st Class Jennifer Hallock, operations noncommissioned officer for 1st Battalion. Why did she join the Army? “I wanted to serve,” Hallock said. “I always liked to challenge myself.” Hallock, 51, enlisted in the active duty Army in October 1993. By January of 1999, she had transitioned to the reserves and she's been part of the National Guard ever since. She’s been trained as Military Police (MOS 31B) and has led a decorated military career. As the Operations NCO of 1st Battalion, she is responsible for dozens of instructors and overseeing the quality of the Basic Leadership Course at our premiere schoolhouse. Her favorite part of serving in the Army has been the lifelong friends she’s made and the comradery. “I knew when I joined the military there would be challenges, difficulties, and possible failures. However, through perseverance and the comradery of female Soldiers, I have proudly served 22 years so far.” What does Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day mean to her? “My daughter and granddaughters have watched and learned how women can be strong, smart, independent, and how to persevere; to meet every challenge and obstacle set in front of them.”
Senior NCO of the year: Master Sgt. Zachary Beveridge, a master leadership course facilitator with 640th Regiment, Regional Training Institute.
Sgt. Maj. Keith Moon places flags along headstone markers in the Veteran Memorial Cemetery at Camp Williams, Utah, May 31, 2021. We honor those who who came before us by remembering their sacrifices, and the greatest form of gratitude is not in words alone, but in actions. More than 40 students and faculty members from the 640th RTI pulled weeds and placed some 1,800 flags around the Veterans Memorial Park. We invite everyone to visit the cemetery, read the names on the markers, see the flags fly, and remember the price of freedom.
The Minuteman is featured in the shoulder insignia of all organic Soldiers to the 640th Regiment, RTI, located at Camp Williams, Utah, April 17, 2021
Maj. Barbara Blanke passes the guidon to 1st Sgt. Donnelly, the incoming first sergeant of HHD 640th Regiment, RTI, at Camp Williams, Utah, April 17, 2021
3rd Battalion, 640th Regiment, RTI, conducts live fire artillery training at Camp Williams, Utah, Feb. 16, 2021
1st Sgt. Day conducts a noncommissioned officer induction ceremony for newly promoted NCOs at Camp Williams, Utah, April 17, 2021

640th Regiment (RTI) History

640th Regiment (RTI)


Course List & ATRRS Course Numbers

ATRRS Web Link: (Course Catalog)

FY: October 1 - September 30

School Code: 956

Location: TASS Building 7150, 17800 South Redwood Road, Riverton, UT 84065

Operations Desk:  (801) 878-5133

WI-FI is provided by BitStream and is provided for guests in chargeable quarters

Mailing Address:

Course/Unit/ BLDG/Room
17800 South Redwood Road
Bluffdale, UT 84065-4999