Columbia, SC (WLTX) - The commanding general at Fort Jackson has been relieved of his duties.
The U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command made the announcement late Thursday afternoon about Brig. General Bryan T. Roberts.
Roberts was suspended back in May after allegations of adultery and a physical altercation were made against him.
General Robert W. Cone relieved Roberts due to misconduct, the Army said in a statement. After an investigation, the Army says it was determined that the misconduct was not sexual or harassment, but a breach of order or discipline that violated standards of Army Profession.
Brig. General Peggy C. Combs continues to serve as interim commander until another commander can be assigned.
Roberts took command at Fort Jackson in April of 2012. He'd previously served in commanding roles at Fort Knox, Kentucky and Fort Hood, Texas. He had also worked at the Pentagon.