Aberdeen Proving Ground MWR: Morale, Welfare, and Recreation opportunities in the APG area

Center of Military History: CMH Online is rapidly emerging as one of the largest libraries of military history information on the Internet. With many full-text books and articles, a museum display of Army art, and pages highlighting the history of U.S. Army operations, the CMH website is delivering a good chunk of the institutional memory of the U.S. Army in real-time

Cyber Center of Excellence, Fort Gordon: Provides information on leaders, organization, units and tenants, and services offered

Fort Belvoir, VA: A strategic sustaining base for the U.S. Army, Fort Belvoir is home to two Army major command headquarters and elements of 10 others; 19 different agencies of the Department of Army; eight elements of the U.S. Army Reserve and the Army National Guard; and 26 DoD agencies

Fort Bliss, TX: As the center for air defense, Fort Bliss is home to the U.S. Army Air Defense Artillery School and four combat ADA brigades

Fort Bragg, NC: U.S. Army military installation home to the XVIII Airborne Corps, 82nd Airborne Division, U.S. Army Special Operations Command, and 1st Sustainment Command (Theater). Future home of U.S. Forces Command

Fort Campbell, KY: Located both in Tennessee and Kentucky, Fort Campbell is home to the only Air Assault Division in the world. The base boasts the following main weapons systems: Infantry, Aviation, Field Artillery, Air Defense Artillery

Fort Detrick, MD: A premier quad-services installation committed to excellence, Fort Detrick is home to the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (MRMC), the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and 36 other tenant organizations. The primary missions include biomedical research and development, medical materiel management and global telecommunications

Fort Dix: Official site with news, base history and statistics, a directory of post and tenant organizations, driving directions, and a FAQ

Fort Drum, NY: Home to the 10th Mountain Division. Fort Drum consists of 107,265 acres. Its mission includes command of active component units assigned to the installation, provide administrative and logistical support to tenant units, support to tenant units, support to active and reserve units from all services in training at Fort Drum, and planning and support for the mobilization and training of almost 80,000 troops annually

Fort George G. Meade, Maryland: Official site. Provides a wide range of support to partner organizations from all four services and to several federal agencies. Major tenant units include the National Security Agency (NSA), the Defense Information School (DINFOS), the Defense Courier Service, the U.S. Army Field Band, the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command, First U.S. Army (East), the Naval Security Group Activity, the 694th Intelligence Group (U.S. Air Force) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Center

Fort Hamilton: Located in Brooklyn. Command biographies, staff directory, news, events calendar, newcomer information, MWR pages, and overview of services and activities

Fort Hood, TX: A 340 square mile installation (217,337 acres), Fort Hood is the only post in the United States capable of stationing and training two Armored Divisions. In addition to the 1st Cavalry Division and 4th Infantry Division, Fort Hood is also residence for Headquarters Command III Corps, as well as many other units

Fort Huachuca, AZ: Home to the U.S. Army Intelligence Center and School, Fort Huachuca is the major military installation in Arizona, and one of prominence throughout the Southwest

Fort Irwin, CA: The National Training Center and Fort Irwin is an enduring installation recognized for providing a realistic joint training environment focused on honing warfighting skills of soldiers, leaders and units

Fort Jackson: United Stated Army Training Center Fort Jackson, South Carolina

Fort Knox, KY: Human resource center responsible for all soldier career management, from swearing in to departing service

Fort Leavenworth, Kansas: Home of the US Army Combined Arms Center and DoD Correctional Facility

Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri: Home to the U.S. Army Chemical, Engineer and Military Police Regiments, Forces Command's 4th Maneuvre Enhancement Brigade and other deployable units, as well as U.S. Marine Corps, Navy and Air Force detachments

Fort Polk: The Joint Readiness Training Center (JRTC) is the U.S. Army's premier training center for light infantry and special operations units

Fort Riley, KS: Fort Riley provides training, readiness, and deployability for three active component combat brigades; mobilizes and deploys active and reserve component units; and provides effective support for soldiers and families during peace and war

Fort Rucker, Alabama: The U.S. Army Aviation Center of Excellence trains military, civilian, and international personnel in aviation and leadership skills

Fort Sam Houston: Regulations, local department pages, and local area information

Fort Sill: Official site with calendars, events, family and community information, history, morale, welfare, and recreation, public affairs, web cams, staff directory and contact information

Fort Stewart, GA: Fort Stewart, home of the 3rd Infantry Division, is the largest Army installation east of the Mississippi River. The reservation covers 279,270 acres, and is about 39 miles across and 19 miles from north to south

Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska: The 2005 BRAC Report to the president directed the relocation of installation management functions from both the Air Force and Army to a new joint base unit, and established Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson

Joint Base Lewis-Mcchord: Home of the I Corps and 62nd Airlift Wing. (Army/Air Force)

The United States Army | Fort Benning: Provides trained, adaptive, and ready soldiers and leaders for an Army at war, while developing future requirements for theindividual soldier and the maneuver force

Tobyhanna Army Depot, PA: Tobyhanna Army Depot, a major element of the Communications-Electronics Command is the largest and most progressive communications-electronics repair, overhaul and fabrication facility in the Department of Defense

White Sands Missile Range, NM: U.S. Army White sands Missile Range provides quality test, evaluation, research, and other technical services to the Army and DoD acquisition programs

Yuma Proving Ground, AZ: Conducts tests on medium and long range artillery, aircraft target acquisition equipment and armament, armored and wheeled vehicles, a variety of munitions, and personnel and supply parachute systems. Testing programs are conducted for all United States military services, friendly foreign nations and private industry



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