This section includes posts and installations primarily supporting the active Army in the continental United States, Hawaii, Alaska and Puerto Rico. Army ammunition plants and Army installations in caretaker or inactive status have been excluded.
Acreages reflect real estate under Department of the Army control in 2010.
The DSN and commercial telephone numbers listed are for operator assistance.
Data are current as of August 7 and are based on information supplied by each post or installation.
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005 and 21010. Opened 1917, home to more than 70 organizations, including Army Research, Development and Engineering Cmd.; Army Communications-Electronics Life Cycle Management Cmd,; 20th Support Cmd. (CBRNE); Army Public Health Cmd.; Army Developmental Test Cmd.; 22nd Chemical Battalion; CBRNE Analytical and Remediation Activity; Army Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Cmd.; Army Research Laboratory (Aberdeen site); Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense; Aberdeen Test Center; Program Executive Office for Command, Control and Communications (Tactical); Chemical Material Agency; Army Materiel Systems Analysis Activity; Civilian Human Resources Agency-Northeast; Civilian Personnel Advisory Center; Army Evaluation Center; 3,764 mil., 9,439 civ. (including nonappropriated-fund employees), 4,146 contractors; 72,229 acres, 35 miles northeast of Baltimore. DSN: 298-5201 ; (410) 278-5201 .
Anniston Army Depot, AL 36201-4199. Opened 1941; repairs and retrofits combat tracked vehicles, artillery and small arms; receives and stores general supplies, ammunition, missiles, small arms and strategic materiel; 59 mil., 6,825 civ. (including tenants and contractors); 15,000 acres adjacent to Pelham Range, 10 miles west of Anniston. DSN: 571 -1110; (256) 235-7501 .
Fort A.P. Hill, VA 22427. Opened 1941; named for LTG Ambrose Powell Hill, CSA; winner 2008 Army Communities of Excellence Award; 76,000-acre regional training center used for active and reserve component training of all service branches and federal agencies; 27,000-acre live-fire range complex; 1,661 mil. and civ, 227 reserve components. DSN: 578-8760; (804) 633-8760.
Fort Belvoir, VA 22060. An Army property since 1912; named for the manor house of Col. William Fairfax, 1736-1741, the ruins of which remain on the installation; provides logistical, intelligence and administrative support to more than 120 tenant and satellite organizations; major tenants are Defense Logistics Agency; Defense Contract Audit Agency; Defense Threat Reduction Agency; Defense Acquisition University; U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Cmd.; DeWitt Army Community Hospital; Night-Vision and Electronics Sensors Directorate; CECOM IEWSD Projects Division; CECOM Software Center-Belvoir; National Geospatia) Intelligence School; Army Management Staff College; 29th Inf. Div. (Lt.) (ARNG); approx. 6,400 mil., 17,200 civ. (including tenants and DoD contractors); 8,656 acres, 1 1 miles southwest of Alexandria and 1 7 miles southwest of Washington, DC. DSN: 685-2052; (703) 805-2052.
Fort Benning, GA 31905. Established 1918 named after BG Henry L. Benning, CSA home of Maneuver Center of Excellence Army Marksmanship Unit; 3rd Bde., 3rd Inf. Div; Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation; 75th Ranger Rgt.; 199th Infantry Bde.; 197th Infantry Bde.; 192nd Infantry Bde.; 198th Infantry Bde.; Martin Army Community Hospital-, Medicai Department Activity, Ranger Training Bde.; 30,638 mil., 9,026 civ.; 181,386 acres, 9 miles south of Columbus. DSN: 8352011; (706) 545-2011.
Fort Bliss, TX 79916. Established as the post opposite El Paso in 1848; named after LTC William Wallace Smith Bliss; home of the 32nd Army Air and Missile Defense Command; 11th Air Defense Artillery Brigade; the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Brigade Combat Teams, 1st Armored Division; 5th Bde. Army Evaluation Task Force, 1st Armored Division; U.S. Sergeants Major Academy; William Beaumont Army Medical Center; Joint Task Force North; German Air Force Air Defense Center; the Garrison Command; 23,000 mil., 12,000 civ; 1 .2 million acres. DSN: 978-0831 ; (91 5) 568-21 21 .
Blue Grass Army Depot, KY 40475-5001 . Established 1941; BGAD is a conventional ammunition depot with a rapid industrial response capability supporting add-on armor, combat vehicle accessory production, ammunition component production and a primary mission of performing standard depot operations (storage, receipt, inspection, maintenance and demilitarization) of conventional munitions, missiles, nonstandard ammunition and chemical defense equipment for all DoD services; approximately 1,300 personnel; 14,500 acres, 6 miles south of Richmond. DSN: 745-6221 ; (859) 7796221.
Fort Bragg, NC 28310. Established as a field artiffery site in 1918; named after then-MAJ Braxton Bragg, U.S. Army (he later served as a general in the CSA); as "Home of the Airborne and Special Operations Forces," houses the XVIiI Abn. Corps; 82nd Abn. Div.; 1st Support Cmd. (Theater); 108th ADA Bde.; 44th Medical Bde.; 16th MP Bde.; 525th Battlefield Surveillance Bde.; U.S. Army Spc. Ops. Cmd.; Joint Special Ops. Cmd.; U.S. Army Special Forces Cmd.; U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School; U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Ops. Cmd.; 20th Engineer Bde.; the Golden Knights; 52,959 mil., 12,696 civ; 160,832 acres, 10 miles northwest of Fayetteville, 50 miies south of Raleigh. DSN: 236-001 1 ; (91 0) 396-0011.
Fort Campbell, KY 42223. Opened 1942; named for BG William B. Campbell, a Tennessee hero of the Mexican War and governor of Tennessee; home of 101st Abn. DIv. (Air Assault); 5th Spc. Forces Grp. (Abn.); 160th Spc Ops. Aviation Rgt. (Abn.); 52nd Ordnance Group; 30,865 mil., 4,569 civ.; 105,068 acres, 15 miles south of Hopkinsville, Ky., 10 miles northwest of downtown Clarksville, Tenn., and 50 miles northwest of Nashville. DSN: 6351110; (270) 798-3025.
Carlisle Barracks, PA 17013. Established 1757; site of U.S. Army War College; Center for Strategic Leadership; Strategic Studies Institute; Army Physical Fitness Research Institute; Army Heritage and Education Center and Military History Institute archives; Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute; 540 mil., 760 civ.; 459 acres, 18 miles southwest of Harrisburg. DSN: 242-3131; (717) 245-3131.
Fort Carson, CO 80913. Established 1942; named for BG Christopher (Kit) Carson; home of 4th Inf. Div.; 10th Spc. Forces Grp. (Abn.); 4th Engineer Battalion; 43rd Support Bde.; 10th Combat Spt. Hospital; 759th Military Police Battalion; 24,600 mil., 5,700 civ.; 137,403 acres adjacent to Colorado Springs and 235,330 acres at Piñón Canyon Maneuver Site near La Junta, Colo. DSN: 691 -581 1 ; (71 9) 526-5811.
Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory, NH 03755. Opened 1961; part of the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC); solves interdisciplinary, strategically important problems of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Army, DoD and the nation by advancing and applying science and engineering to complex environments, materials and processes in all seasons and climates. CRREL maintains unique core competencies related to the Earth's cold regions. 1 mil., 200 civ.; 31 acres at Hanover, N.H.; minimal staff at Fairbanks, Alaska, and Anchorage, Alaska, field offices. (603) 646-4100.
Construction Engineering Research Laboratory, IL 61826-9005. Established 1968; one of seven labs in the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center; conducts research and development for Army Corps of Engineers programs in facilities construction, operations, maintenance and environmental quality, including pollution prevention, compliance and natural resource management; 330 civ.; 33 acres at Champaign. (217) 352-6511.
Corpus Christ! Army Depot, TX 78419-5260. Opened 1961; DoD Center of Industrial and Technical Excellence for rotary-wing aircraft; performs overhaul, repair, modification, recapitalization, retrofit, testing and modernization of rotary-wing aircraft; serves as depot training base for active Army, National Guard, Reserve and foreign military personnel; provides worldwide on-site maintenance service; oil and aircraft crash analysis; chemical, metallurgical and training support; 4,029 civ., approximately 1,500 contractors; 158 acres (leased from Naval Air Station-Corpus Christi), 12 miles southeast of Corpus Christi. DSN: 861-3627; (361)961-3627.
Deseret Chemical Depot, UT 84074-5000. Established 1942; Army-operated; responsible for the safe, secure and environmentally correct storage and destruction of chemical agents; authorized strength: 2 mil., 400 govt, civilians, 1,000 contractors; 19,000 acres at Rush Valley, 40 miles southwest of Salt Lake City. (435) 833-4295.
Fort Detrick, MD 21702. Established 1943; named for MAJ Frederick Louis Detrick, Maryland Army National Guard flight surgeon; community includes more than 50 tenant organizations representing five Cabinet-level agencies and all armed services. The mission encompasses three major areas: medical research, strategic communication and defense medical logistics; approx. 1,900 mil., approx. 8,500 civ.; 1 ,341 acres at main post In Frederick and Forest Glen Annex in Silver Spring, Md. DSN: 3438000; (301) 619-8000.
U.S. Army Garrison-Detroit Arsenal, Warren, Ml 48397-5000. Established 1971; under the Installation Management CommandNortheast Region; provides installation support services for Detroit Arsenal tenant organizations, including the U.S. Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Cmd.; Program Executive Office (PEO) Ground Combat Systems; PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support; PEO Integration; and the Tank Automotive Research Development and Engineering Center; 230 mil., 6,900 civ.; 169 acres, 20 miles north of Detroit and 20 miles southwest of the Selfridge Air National Guard Base. DSN: 786-5000; (586) 282-5000.
Fort Drum. NY 13602. Established 1908; renamed for LTG Hugh A. Drum, commander, First Army, 1938-43; 10th Mtn. Div. (Lt. Inf.); 18,681 mil., 4,700 civ.; 107,265 acres, 8 miles north of Watertown and 78 miles north of Syracuse. DSN: 772-601 1 ; (315) 772-601 1.
Dugway Proving Ground, UT 84022. Established 1942; performs test and evaluation of defensive chemical and biological materiel, environmental technology testing, meteorological and atmospheric transport modeling; 5 mil., 1,450 civ.; 798,218 acres, 85 miles southwest of Salt Lake City. DSN: 789-2116; (435) 831-2116.
Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, AK 99506. Managed by the 673rd Air Base Wing; home to the Alaskan Command; U.S. Army Alaska; 4th BCT (Abn.), 25th Inf. Div.; 3rd Maneuver Enhancement Brigade; 6,480 soldiers, 6,400 airmen, 3,070 civ.; 84,530 acres. DSN: (317) 5528151/8152.
Fort Eustls, VA 23604. Established 1918; named for Bvt. BG Abraham Eustis, Virginia native and veteran of the War of 1812; home of Army Training Support Center; Aviation Applied Technology Directorate; Army Aviation Logistics School; 7th Sustainment Bde.; 7,800 mil., 5,700 civ.; 8,248 acres adjacent to Newport News and 1 1 miles southeast of Williamsburg. DSN: 826-5251; (757) 878-5251. (Fort Eustis will join with Langley Air Force Base.)
Fort Gillem. GA 30297. Opened 1941; named for LTG Alvan C. Gillem Jr., Third Army commander, 1947-50; subinstallation of Fort McPherson, Ga.; site of First Army; 3rd Medical Cmd.; Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory; 3rd MP Group; Military Entrance Processing Station; 467 active Army mil., 1 ,752 reservists, 1 ,443 civ.; 1 ,427 acres at Forest Park, 18 miles southeast of Atlanta. DSN: 797-5000; (404) 469-5000.
Fort Gordon, GA 30905. Opened 1941 ; named for LTG John Brown Gordon, CSA; home of the Army Signal Center of Excellence; Dwight David Eisenhower Army Medical Center; Headquarters, 7th Signal Cmd.; 19,000 mil., 7,000 civ.; 56,506 acres; 12 miles southwest of Augusta. DSN: 780-01 10; (706) 791-01 10.
Fort Hamilton, NY 11252. Established 1825 as part of the New York harbor battery defense system; named for Alexander Hamilton; home to the New York City Recruiting Bn.; Corps of Engineers, North Atlantic Div. headquarters; New York Military Entrance Processing Station; 1179th Deployment Support Bde.; New York National Guard Task Force Empire Shield; provides administrative and logistical support for the Army and other DoD agencies in the metropolitan area. DSN: 232-4101; (718) 630-4101.
Fort Hood, TX 76544. Opened 1942; named for GEN John Bell Hood, CSA; site of Headquarters Cmd., Ill Corps; 1st Cav. Div; 1st Army Div. -West; 3rd Air Support Operations Group; 13th Sustainment Cmd. (Expeditionary); 3rd Arm. Cav. Reg.; 89th MP Bde.; 504th Battlefield Surveillance Bde.; 36th Eng. Bde.; 21st Cav. Bde. (Air Combat); 41st Fires Bde.; 48th Chemical Bde.; 69th Air Defense Artillery Bde.; 13th Finance Management Center; the Dental Activity (DENTAC); the Medical Support Activity (MEDDAC); U.S. Army Operational Test Cmd. (USAOTC); and various other units and tenant organizations; 50,343 mil., 8,909 civ; 214,968 acres adjacent to Killeen, 60 miles north of Austin and 160 miles south of Dallas/Fort Worth. DSN: 737-1 1 10; (254) 287-1 110.
Fort Huachuca, AZ 85613. Opened 1877; home of Army Intelligence Center and School; Network Enterprise Technology Cmd./9th Army Sig. Cmd.; Army Electronic Proving Ground; Information Systems Engineering Cmd.; 11th Sig. Bde.; Joint Interoperability Test Cmd.; 6,362 mil., 3,039 civ; 73,242 acres, 75 miles southeast of Tucson. DSN: 821-7111; (520) 538-7111.
Hunter Army Airfield, GA 31409. Established 1940; named for Army Air Corps MG Frank O'Driscoll Hunter, a native of Savannah; supports 3rd Inf. Div, Combat Avn. Bde. and 1st Bn., 75th Ranger Rgt.; 3rd Bn., 160th Spc. Ops. Aviation Rgt.; 224th Ml Bn.; USMC Reserve Center; 260th Quartermaster Bn.; 6th ROTC Bde.; USCG Air Station Savannah; 6,200 mil., 600 civ; 5,370 acres at Savannah. DSN: 729-5617; (912) 315-5617.
Fort Irwin, CA 92310. Established 1940; named for MG George LeRoy Irwin, noted World War I artillery commander; site of National Training Center; home of 1 1th Cav. Rgt.; National Training Center Support Bde.; Operations Group; U.S. Army Garrison; 6,590 mil., 3,640 civ.; 768,000 acres, 37 miles northeast of Barstow. DSN: 470-41 1 1 ; (760) 380-41 1 1 .
Fort Jackson, SC 29207. Established 1917; named for President Andrew Jackson; Basic Combat Training Ctr. of Excellence: conducts basic combat training and combat support advanced individual training; site of 157th, 165th, 171st and 193rd Infantry Bdes.; 81st Regional Readiness Cmd.; Soldier Support Institute; Armed Forces Chaplaincy Center; Defense Academy for Credibility Assessment; Army Drill Sergeant School; Moncrief Army Community Hospital; 3,900 mil., 5,200 civ.; 52,301 acres adjacent to Columbia. DSN: 734-1 1 1 0; (803) 751 -1110.
Fort Knox, KY 40121. Opened 1918; named for MG Henry Knox, Revolutionary War hero and first Secretary of War; home of the U.S. Army Armor Center and School, including 194th Armored Bde., 16th Cavalry Rgt. and U.S. Army NCO Academy; Army Recruiting Cmd. and the Third U.S. Army Recruiting Bde.; 4th Bde., 85th Div. (Training Support); ROTC Eastern Region Cadet Cmd.; the Patton Museum of Cavalry and Armor; III Corps Support Cmd.; 17,889 mil., 5,774 civ; 109,054 acres, 35 miles southwest of Louisville. DSN: 4641181; (502) 624-1181.
Fort Leavenworth, KS 66027. Established 1827; named for COL Henry Leavenworth, commander of the 3rd Inf. Rgt. when the post was founded; home of the Combined Arms Center; Command and General Staff College; Center for Army Lessons Learned; Combined Arms Doctrine Directorate; U.S. Army and Marine Corps Counterinsurgency Center; 35th Inf. Div. (ARNG); U.S. Disciplinary Barracks; 3,448 mil., 4,044 civ; 5,600 acres adjacent to Leavenworth, 20 miles northwest of Kansas CHy International Airport. DSN: 552-4021; (913) 6844021.
Fort Lee, VA 23801. Opened in 1917 as Camp Lee; named for GEN Robert E. Lee, a career Army officer and combat engineer; home to the Combined Arms Support Command and Sustainment Center of Excellence, the headquarters component that provides oversight of the U.S. Army Quartermaster, Ordnance and Transportation Schools, the Army Logistics University, and the Soldier Support Institute; major tenant organizations include the Defense Commissary Agency, the 49th Quartermaster Group and the Defense Contract Management Agency (as of September 201 1); projected post-BRAC demographics are: 5,991 mil., 4,993 civ., 1 ,884 contractors, 22,81 1 military family members and a daily student population of 1 1 ,061 ; 5,907 acres, located three miles east of Petersburg. DSN: 539-3000; (804) 765-3000.
Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473. Opened 1941; named for MG Leonard Wood, Army Chief of Staff, 1910-14; home of the U.S. Army Maneuver Support Center of Excellence and Fort Leonard Wood; responsible for training chemical, engineer and military police specialists in the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard; responsible for Basic Combat Training and motor transport training; 7,100 active duty mil., 74,400 mil. for training (annual), 9,000 civ.; 61,400 acres, 88 miles northeast of Springfield, 135 miles southwest of St. Louis. (573) 596-0131 .
Letterken ny Army Depot, PA 17201-4150. Opened 1942; named after Letterkenny Township, which the depot absorbed; home of the Army's Center of Industrial and Technical Excellence for Air Defense and Tactical Missile Systems and Mobile Electronic Power Generation Equipment; Patriot Recertification; High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems; Aviation Ground Power Units; Route Clearance Vehicles; Humvee Recapitalization; Force Provider reset operations; conducts storage, issue, rebuilding, testing, overhauling and demilitarization of equipment, tactical missiles and ammunition; 3 mil., 1,684 civ. and 1,122 contract employees; 18,668 acres, 5 miles north of Chambersburg and 50 miles southwest of Harrisburg. DSN: 570-81 1 1 ; (717) 267-8111.
Joint Base Lewis-McChord (formerly Fort Lewis), WA 98433. Established 1917; named for CPT Meriwether Lewis of the Lewis and Clark Expedition; home of I Corps; 3rd Bde, 2nd Inf. DIv.; 4th Bde, 2nd Inf. Div.; 5th Bde, 2nd Inf. Div.; 17th Fires Bde; 555th Engineer Bde.; 593rd Sustainment Bde.; 201st Battlefield Surveillance Bde.; 62nd Medical Bde.; 191st Infantry Bde.; 1st Joint Mobilization Bde.; 42nd MP Bde.; 1st Special Forces Group (Abn.); 2nd Bn., 75th Ranger Regt.; 4th Squadron, 6th U.S. Air Cavalry Regt.; U.S. Army Cadet Command's 8th ROTC Bde.; Western Regional Medical Command; Madigan Army Medical Center; Yakima Training Center; 40,228 mil. (all services and components), approximately 15,000 civilian employees; more than 90,000 acres; 10 miles southeast of Tacoma. DSN 357-1110; 253-967-1110. (Fort Lewis and McChord Air Force Base merged, becoming Joint Base Lewis-McChord on February 1, 2010. An Army-led joint base garrison provides support to all units stationed at the former Fort Lewis and McChord AFB.)
Fort McPherson, GA 30330. Established 1885; named for MG James Birdseye McPherson, Civil War commander of the Army of the Tennessee, killed during the Battle of Atlanta, 1864; site of Army Forces Cmd.; U.S. Army Central; Army Reserve Cmd. and Installation Management Command Southeast; 1,757 mil., 1 ,124 reservists, 2,204 civ.; 487 acres, on the south side of Atlanta. DSN: 367-3113; (404)464-3113.
Fort Meade, MD 20755. Established 1917; named for MG George Gordon Meade, commander of the Army of the Potomac, 1863-65; home of National Security Agency; Defense Information School; 80 other installation partners; 10,000 mil., 26,000 civ.; 5,067 acres, 15 miles northeast of Washington, D.C. DSN: 6226261; (301) 677-6261.
Fort Monmouth, NJ 07703. Established 1917; named for Revolutionary War battle, 1778; Army center for research, development, acquisition, fielding, sustainment and integration of superior command and control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) technologies and systems for the joint warfighter; Army CECOM Life Cycle Mgmt. Cmd.; Program Executive Office (PEO)-Command, Control, CommunicationsTactical; PEO-lntelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors; PEO-Enterprise Information Systems; Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center; U.S. Military Academy Prep. School; 423 mil., 5,518 civ.; 1,125 acres, 50 miles south of New York City. DSN: 992-91 10; (732) 532-9000.
Fort Monroe, VA 23651. Established 1819; named for President James Monroe; home of the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Cmd.; Headquarters U.S. Army Cadet Cmd.; Joint Task Force-Civil Support; Mission and Installation Contracting Cmd.; Installation Management Cmd., Northeast Region; School of Cadet Cmd.; Army Capabilities and Integration Center; Army Audit Field Office; Naval Surface Warfare Center Detachment Norfolk; 1,290 mil., 2,420 civ.; 564 acres, adjacent to Hampton. DSN: 680-2112; (757) 788-2112. (Fort Monroe will be inactivated on September 15, 201 1, as a result of Base Realignment and Closure.)
Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall, VA 2221 1 . Established 1862 as Fort Whipple, renamed Fort Myer in 1887 for BG Albert J. Myer, first chief of the Army Signal Corps; on October 1 , 2009, Fort Myer became Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall as it merged with adjacent Henderson Hall Marine Corps Base as a result of the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure decision to gain efficiencies as a joint military operation; home of the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard); The U.S. Army Band (Pershing's Own); 8,000 mil., 1,374 civ.; 270 acres adjacent to the Arlington National Cemetery across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C. DSN: 426-4979; (703) 696-4979. Garrison command includes Fort McNaIr, Washington DC 20319, part of Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall. Established in 1791; named for GEN Lesley J. McNair, Army ground forces commander killed In Normandy, 1944; home of the U.S. Army Military District of Washington; Joint Force Headquarters-National Capital Region; National Defense University; Center of Military History; Inter-American Defense College; the Commander-in-Chief's Guard (Company A, 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment, The Old Guard); 108 acres in southwest Washington, D.C. DSN: 426-4979; (703) 696-4979. Henderson Hall, VA 22214. With Marine Corps expansion during World War II, a Headquarters and Service Company was organized at Henderson Hall on March 1,1942; named for Col (Brevet BGen) Archibald Henderson, first commandant of the Marine Corps; 270 acres. DSN: 426-4979; 703696-4979.
Plcatinny Arsenal, NJ 07806-5000. Established 1880; researches and develops advanced technology armament and munitions systems for joint military services and provides life-cycle engineering support for munition systems; houses the Joint Munitions and Lethality Life Cycle Mgmt. Cmd.; Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center; Program Executive Office, Ammunition; and elements of PM-Soldier Weapons and PEO Ground Combat Systems; 3,400 civilian and military personnel; 6,500 acres, located 32 miles west of New York City. DSN: 880-4021 ; operator: (973) 724-4021.
Pine Bluff Arsenal. AR 71602-9500. EstabIished 1941; produces, stores and demilitarizes conventional ammunitions; center for illuminating and infrared munitions; produces smoke munitions; Army Center for Industrial and Technical Excellence; produces, repairs and stores chemical/biological defense products; supports storage and destruction of the second-largest chemical weapons stockpile in the United States; approx. 5 mif., 1,400 civ.; 13,500 acres, 8 miles northwest of Pine Bluff. DSN: 966-3000; (870) 540-3000.
Pohakuloa Training Area, HI 96720-4607. Established 1955; named for the Hawaiian word for "long stone"; supports training of active Army, Marine Corps, reserve component and joint/combined forces in the Pacific region; 4 mil., 190 civ.; 134,000 acres, 36 miles northwest of HiIo on the island of Hawaii. DSN: 46971 10; (808) 969-71 10.
Joint Readiness Training Center & Fort Polk, LA 71459. Established 1941; named for Confederate LTG Leónidas Polk, who was killed in action at Kennesaw Mountain, Ga., in 1864; home of the Joint Readiness Training Center; 4th BCT, 10th Mountain Div., 1st Maneuver Enhancement Bde.; 162nd Infantry Bde., 115th Combat Support Hospital; and Bayne Jones Army Community Hospital; 9,876 mil., 6,473 civ.; 198,555 acres, 2 miles south of Leesville. DSN: 863-1 110; (337) 531-291 1 .
U.S. Army Garrison, Presidio of Monterey, CA 93944-5006. Established 1847; home of the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center with each military service providing servicemembers as students, faculty and staff; houses the majority of the language instruction along with a small housing area; additional military housing, PX and commissary are located at the Ord Military Community, part of the former Fort Ord; 75 miles south of San Jose International Airport. DSN: 768-5119; (831) 242-5119.
Pueblo Chemical Depot, CO 81006-9330. Established 1 942; stores chemical munitions; 23,000 acres at Pueblo. DSN: 749-4135; (719)549-4135.
Red River Army Depot, TX 75507-5000. Established 1941; repairs, overhauls, remanufactures and converts combat/tactical wheeled vehicles; operates DoD's only roadwheel and track-shoe rebuild/manufacturing facility; 3 mil., 5,000 civ; 19,000 acres, 18 miles west of Texarkana and 80 miles northwest of Shreveport, La. DSN: 829-2141; (903) 334-2141.
Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5020. Established 1941; named for the red soil of the region; home to more than 50 different federal and DoD organizations; core Army missions of the arsenal revolve around aviation and missile systems development and sustainment; U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Cmd.; U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Cmd.; U.S. Army Materiel Cmd.; U.S. Army Security Assistance Cmd; Program Executive Office (PEO) -Missiles and Space; PEO-Aviation; U.S. Army Ordnance Munitions and Electronics Maintenance School; FBI Hazardous Devices School; ATFs National Ctr. for Explosives Training and Research; Aviation Missile Research, Development and Engineering Ctr.; NASA's Marshall Space Flight Ctr.; Missile Defense Agency; 1,940 mil., 32,000 civ.; 38,000 acres adjacent to southwest Huntsviite. DSN: 746-2151; (256) 876-2151.
Fort Riley, KS 66442. Established 1853; named for MG Bennett Riley, who led the first military escort along the Santa Fe Trail; home of the 1st Inf. Div.; 1st HBCT; 2nd HBCT; 4th IBCT; 1st Combat Avn. Bde.; 1st Sustainment Bde.; 18,000 mil., 8,500 civ.; 100,656 acres; 125 miles west of Kansas City, Mo. DSN: 8563911 i(785)239-3911.
Fort Richardson. See Joint Base ElmendorfRichardson.
Rock Island Arsenal, IL 61299. Established 1862; home to Headquarters, Army Sustainment Cmd.; TACOM Life Cycle Mgmt. Command-Rock Island; Rock Island Arsenal Civilian Personnel Advisory Center for the East Region and North Central Area; Defense Finance and Accounting Service, Rock Island Site; Rock Island Arsenal Joint Manufacturing and Technology Center (RIA-JMTC); 317 mil., 7,000 civ; 946-acre island in the Mississippi River between Rock Island, III., and Davenport, Iowa. DSN: 793-6001; (309) 782-6001.
Rocky Mountain Arsenal, CO 80022. Established 1 942; responsible for contamination cleanup; 17 civ.; 3,700 acres in Commerce City, 1 0 miles northeast of Denver. DSN: 7492300; (303) 289-0300.
Fort Rucker, AL 36362-5000. Established 1942; named for COL Edmund W. Rucker, CSA, Confederate cavalry leader; home of U.S. Army Aviation Center of Excellence; Army Aviation Museum; Army Aviation Technical Test Center; Army Warrant Officer Career College; U.S. Army Combat Readiness/Safety Center; Army Aeromedicai Center; Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory; Army School of Aviation Medicine; 5,584 mil., 7,496 civ.; 63,072 acres, 75 miles south of Montgomery. DSN: 5581110; (334) 255-1110.
Fort Sam Houston, TX 78234. Established 1876; named for the first elected president of the Republic of Texas; headquarters to U.S. Army Medical Cmd., U.S. Army North/Fifth Army, U.S. Army South; 5th Recruiting Bde.; 12th ROTC Bde.; San Antonio Military Entrance and Processing Station; Army Medical Department Center and School; Brooke Army Medical Center; Headquarters, Dental Cmd.; Headquarters, Veterinary Cmd.; the Institute of Surgical Research; the Defense Medical Readiness Training Institute; 470th Military Intelligence Bde.; 106th Signal Bde.; 410th Contracting Bde.; Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine; DoD Medical Education and Training Campus; Navy Medical Training Cmd.; Military Installation and Contracting Cmd-, including the 410th and 412th Contracting Bdes.; Southern Regional Medical Cmd.; Battlefield Health and Trauma Ctr.; Tri-Service Research Laboratory; more than 32,000 mil. and civ. personnel; approx. 3,000 acres at San Antonio, 28,000 acres at subinstallation Camp Builis, 35 miles northwest. DSN: 471-1211; (210) 221-1211. (Fort Sam Houston will join with Randolph and Lackland Air Force Bases to form Joint Base San Antonio.)
Schofield Barracks, HI 96857. Established 1909; named for LTG John McAllister Schofield, commander in chief of the Army, 188895, whose recommendations led to the first U.S. military presence in the islands; home of the 25th Inf. Div; U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii, located at Wheeler Army Airfield, which supports 22 installations; and various tenant units; approx. 13,000 mil., 5,000 civ; more than 14,000 acres, 17 miles northwest of Honolulu. DSN: 456-71 10; (808) 449-71 10.
Fort Shatter, HI 96858. Established 1907; named for MG William R. Shaffer, Civil War hero and Spanish-American War corps commander; home of U.S. Army Pacific; 8th Theater Sustainment Cmd.; 311th Signal Cmd. (Theater); 9th Mission Support Cmd.; 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Cmd.; Installation Management Cmd. Pacific Region; Army Corps of Engineers Pacific Div; and various tenant units; 2,438 mil., 1,316 civ.; 588 acres near Honolulu. DSN: 456-7110; (808) 4497110.
Sierra Army Depot, CA 96113-5000. Established 1942; provides worldwide expeditionary logistics support for the defenders of our nation through long-term storage, maintenance, care of supplies in storage, reset, and container management while embracing Army values; to become a modern, relevant, fully utilized military logistics installation that attracts and retains a highly skilled and diverse workforce; 820 civ; 37,000 acres at Herlong, 55 miles north/northwest of Reno, Nev. DSN: 855-4343; (530) 827-4343.
Fort SIIl, OK 73503. Established 1869; named for BG Joshua W Sill, Union commander; home of the Fires Center of Excellence; Air Defense Artillery School; Field Artillery School; 428th and 434th Field Artillery Bdes.; 479th Field Artillery Bde.; 214th Fires Bde.; 75th Fires Bde.; 6th Air Defense Artillery Bde.; 31st Air Defense Artillery Bde.; 16,600 mil., 7,600 civ; 94,000 acres, adjacent to Lawton. DSN: 6398111; (580) 442-8111.
Fort Stewart, GA 31314. Established 1940; named for BG Daniel Stewart, Georgia militia officer in the Revolutionary War; home of 3rd infantry Division; approx. 20,000 mil., approx. 3,500 civ; 279,000 acres at Hinesville, 40 miles southwest of Savannah. (912) 767-1 110. Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Story, VA 23459. Established October 1, 2009; composed of the former Fort Story, which was established in 1914, and Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek under joint basing; amphibious and logistics-over-the-shore training site for active and reserve Army, Marine Corps and Navy components; national pint training asset; only base that meets all Navy special warfare training requirements; 139 resident commands; 13,945 mil., 4,146 civ; 3,947 acres between both campuses; Virginia Beach. DSN: 4387101 i(757)422-7101.
Sunny Point Military Ocean Termi nal-Southport, NC 28461. Established 1955; through the 596th Transportation Brigade, the terminal plans, coordinates and executes the safe movement of munitions, explosives and other hazardous cargo through common-user ammunition terminals including Sunny Point on the East Coast and its subinstallation, Concord Military Ocean Terminal, Concord, Calif., on the West Coast; 3 mil., 280 civ; 16,319 acres. DSN: 488-8556; (910) 457-8556.
Tobyhanna Army Depot, PA 18466-5000. Established 1 953; DoD's largest facility for the repair, modification, test, design, fabrication and integration of the full spectrum of command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, and missile guidance and control and other specialized systems; designated the Army Center of Industrial and Technical Excellence for C4ISR, and Electronics, Avionics and Missile Guidance and Control Systems; manages and operates 70 forward repair facilities worldwide; total installation strength of approx. 70 mil., 4,700 gov. civ., 1,100 contractors; 1,300 acres at Tobyhanna, 20 miles southeast of Scranton. DSN: 7957000; (570) 61 5-7000.
Tooele Army Depot, UT 84074-5000. Established 1942; receives, stores, issues, demilitarizes and renovates conventional ammunition; designs, manufactures, fields and maintains ammunition-peculiar equipment; 1 mil., 484 civ.; 23,000 acres near Tooele City (pronounced "too-ella"), 35 miles southwest of Salt Lake City. DSN: 790-221 1 ; (435) 833-221 1 .
Tripler Army Medical Center, HI 96859. Established 1920; named for BG Charles Stuart Tripler, medical director of the Army of the Potomac during the Civil War; largest military medical treatment facility in the Pacific Basin; performs inpatient and outpatient medical services; more than 4,000 military, civilian and contractor personnel; 360 acres, near Honolulu. (808) 433-6661/6662.
Umatilla Chemical Depot, OR 97838-9544. Established 1941; named for an American Indian tribe; destroys chemical munitions stored at the depot; 1 ,200 employees; 20,000 acres, 1 1 miles west of Hermiston. (541) 564-8632.
U.S. Army Soldier Systems Center, Natick, MA 01760. Commonly known as Natick Labs, this facility performs research and development in core technologies for all the services - textile technology, interactive textiles, nanotechnology, biotechnology, airdrop technology, food science, human physiology and warrior systems integration- and develops, manages, fields and sustains products and systems to support all military services; 20 miles west of Boston. (508) 233-5340.
Fort Wainwright, AK 99703. Established 1961; named for GEN Jonathan M. Wainwright, hero of Bataan; home of 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 25th Inf. Div., and 16th Combat Aviation; 5,800 mil., 1,350 civ; 1,599,738 acres adjacent to Fairbanks. DSN: (317) 353- 1110; (907) 353-1 110.
Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC 20307. Established 1909; named for MAJ Walter Reed, conqueror of yellow fever; site of Walter Reed Army Medical Center; Armed Forces Institute of Pathology. DSN: 662-3501 ; (202) 782-3501 .
Watervllet Arsenal, NY 12189-4000. Established 1813; widely known as "America's Cannon Factory"; Army-owned and operated manufacturing facility that is 9001:2008 certified; conducts research, development and manufacture of artillery, cannon and mortar barrels, and associated assemblies with its partner, the U.S. Army's Benêt Laboratories; 31 military and civilian tenant organizations; 72 buildings and more than 1 million square feet of manufacturing space; 1 mil., 870 civ. with arsenal and Benêt Laboratories; 143 acres at Watervliet, 7 miles north of Albany. DSN: 974-5111; (518) 266-5111.
Waterways Experiment Station, MS 39180. Established 1929 by Army Corps of Engineers; headquarters of the Army Engineer Research and Development Center. Conducts research supporting the warfighter and engineering and environmental sciences supporting our nation; 2 mil., 1 ,600 civ; 673 acres in Vicksburg. (601) 634-3111.
West Point, NY 1 0996. Oldest continuously garrisoned military installation in the United States; first garrisoned by the Continental Army in January 1778; home of the U.S. Military Academy since March 16, 1802, and the U.S. Army Center of Excellence for the Professional Military Ethic; more than 5,500 mil. (including 4,400 members of the U.S. Corps of Cadets), 2,600 civ; 16,000 acres on the west bank of the Hudson River, 55 miles north of New York City. DSN 688-401 1 ; (845) 938-4011.
White Sands Missile Range, NM 88002. Established 1945; national test range; 850 mil., 2,366 civ, 2,360 contractor personnel; 3,200 square miles with main facilities 27 miles east of Las Cruces, 40 miles north of El Paso, Texas. DSN: 258-2121; (575) 678-2121.
Yakima Training Center, WA 98901 . Established 1941; subinstallation of Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash.; supporting joint and combined arms maneuver training and ranges for active and reserve component units and allies; 150 mil., 400 civ.; 327,000 acres, 8 miles northeast of Yakima, 1 68 miles southeast of Tacoma. DSN: 638-3205; (509) 577-3205.
Yuma Proving Ground, AZ 85365. Established 1943; performs multipurpose testing for many types of weapon systems and munitions; 175 mil., 2.400 civ; 1.3 million acres with main facilities 26 miles northeast of Yuma. DSN: 899-2151; (928) 328-2151.
Major Reserve Component Training Sites
This listing does not include active posts maintained by the Army primarily for reserve component training; these will be found in the directory of active Army installations. Reserve component units also conduct a portion of their annual training on federal posts that are continuously occupied by active Army units. Commercial telephone numbers are for operator assistance at the sites listed; DSN numbers are for military points of contact.
Camp Atterbury Joint Maneuver Training Center, Edinburgh, IN 46124. DSN: 5692433; (812) 526-1499.
Camp Blanding Joint Training Center, Starke, FL 32091-9703. DSN: 822-3421 ; (904) 682-3421.
Camp Bowie MTC Complex, Brownwood, TX 76801. (512) 782-7362.
Fort Buchanan, Puerto Rico 00934. DSN: 740-3440; (787) 707-3440.
Fort Chaffee Maneuver Training Center, Fort Chaffee, AR 72905. (479) 484-21 21 .
U.S. Army Garrison-Fort Devens, Devens, MA 01434-4424. DSN: 256-2126; (978) 7962126.
Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, NJ 08640. DSN: 562-1011; (609) 562-1011. (Fort Dix will join with McGuire Air Force Base and Naval Air Engineering Station Lakehurst.)
Camp Edwards, Mass. Mil. Res., MA 025425003. DSN: 557-5885; (508) 968-5885.
Gowen Field, Boise, ID 83705. DSN: 4225755; (208) 272-5755.
Camp Grayling Joint Maneuver Training Center (Heavy), Ml 49739-0001 . DSN: 6233100; (989) 344-6171.
Camp Gruber Joint Maneuver Training Center, Braggs, OK 74423-0029. DSN: 6286001; (918) 549-6001.
Camp Guernsey Joint Training Center, Guernsey, WY 82214-0399. DSN: 344-7786; (307) 836-7786.
U.S. Army Garrison-Fort Hunter Liggett. CA 93928. (831) 386-2505.
Fort Indiantown Gap, Annville, PA 170035002. DSN: 491-2000; (717) 861-2000.
Los Alamitos Army Airfield, Los Alamitos, CA 90720-5146. DSN: 972-2571 ; (562) 795-2571.
Fort McCoy, Wl 54656-5000. DSN: 28011 10; (608) 388-2222.
U.S. Army Garrison-Camp Parks, Camp Parks, CA 94568. (925) 875-4650.
Camp Perry Joint Training Center, Port Clinton, OH 43452. (614) 336-6214.
Fort Plckett-Army National Guard Maneuver Training Center, Blackstone, VA 238249000. DSN: 438-8621; (434) 292-8621.
Camp Ravenna Joint Military Training Center, Newton Falls, OH 44444. (614) 3366660.
Camp Rilea. Warrenton, OR 97146-9711. DSN: 355-4000; (503) 861-4000.
Camp Ripley-Minnesota National Guard Training Center, Little Falls, MN 563454173. DSN: 871-3122; (320) 616-3122.
Headquarters Camp Roberts, San Miguel, CA 93451-5000. DSN: 949-8000; (805) 2383100.
Robinson Maneuver Training Center, North Little Rock, AR 72199-9600. DSN: 962-5100; (501)212-5100.
Camp Santiago, Salinas, Puerto Rico 007511166.(787)824-7400.
Camp Shelby Joint Forces Training Center, MS 39407-5500. DSN: 286-2000; (601) 558-2000.
Camp Sherman Joint Training Center, Chillicothe, OH 45601. (614) 336-6460.
Camp Swift, Bastrop, TX 78602-9737. (512) 782-7114.
Camp W.G. Williams, Riverton, UT 84065-4999. DSN: 766-5400; (801) 878-5400.…