Welcome to Aberdeen Proving Ground

On behalf of the Soldiers, Civilians, and Family Members of the U.S. Army Garrison Aberdeen Proving (APG), We welcome you to Team APG! Your assignment will be professionally challenging yet rewarding.

Nestled in the Mid-Atlantic Region of the United States, USAG APG is home to 21,000 military, civilian, and contractor employees. It is one of the largest employers in the state of Maryland. USAG APG is home to 92 mission partners, including the Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM), Combat Capabilities Development Command (DEVCOM), 20th CBRNE Command, and Army Test and Evaluation Command (ATEC).

Since 1917, USAG APG has been" proving it every day." USAG APG has provided the U.S. Army with numerous technical achievements in military intelligence, medical research, engineering, and computer technology. "If a soldier uses technology to shoot mover or communicate, chances are it was developed, tested, and fielded by one of the more than 92 tenant organizations that call APG home."

As a subordinate headquarters under Installation Management Command (IMCOM), USAG APG is fully nested with our Army's senior leaders' priorities, foremost of which are People, Readiness, and Modernization. The priorities translate into four core competencies: (1) Provide Soldier/ Family Services, (2) Manage the regular Army's Infrastructure, (3) Support Warfighter Readiness and Deployability, and (4) Provide and Integrate Base Operations Services.

Supporting our competencies and mission is our service culture, which is our People First Philosophy designed to inform and influence every interaction we have as professionals positively. As a service provider, our organization is committed to providing programs and services with a sense of individual pride and professionalism in keeping with the spirit of the Army Values and the IMCOM principles.

As you plan to arrive at USAG APG, please visit, https://home.army.mil/apg/my-fort/all-services for information about USAG and the fantastic services we provide our community.

Again, on behalf of the entire Team APG, welcome.

"We are the Army Home"

-Col. Mundweil & CSM Denson

APG In-processing Procedures

Civilian In-Processing

Please contact your individual organizations Civilian Personnel Representative for specific civilian in-processing procedures or visit the APG Civilian Personnel Advisory Center (CPAC) page. Contractor personnel are advised through their hiring agency and/or their civilian sponsor at their incoming organization. Check with your contracting officer for more information.

For finance questions visit, https://home.army.mil/apg/index.php/my-fort/all-services/ampo, the Army Military Pay Office (AMPO)

Kirk U.S. Army Health Clinic

The Kirk U.S. Army Health Clinic at APG is committed to offering you the most hospitable welcome. Our mission is to be stewards of military readiness, and to enhance the health and resilience of all entrusted to our care. We also make every effort to protect our patients from exposure to infectious diseases. If you have cold, cough, sore throat, fever or flu-like symptoms,  or had a positive home COVID-19 test, please call 410-278-KIRK (5475) to schedule a drive up COVID-19 swab test.

After testing, do not enter the Kirk clinic unless you receive a negative result on your rapid COVID-19 antigen test. If you receive a positive test result, and your symptoms are severe,  or you are over the age of 65, or have significant chronic medical conditions, you should contact your PCM right away as you may be a candidate for treatment.

Even if your rapid test is negative, you may only enter the facility wearing a paper, medical grade mask. You should continue to wear this mask until your COVID-19 PCR test has also come back negative. Once you have received a negative result on your Covid-19 PCR test, we recommend, but do not require, that you continue wearing a mask within the facility until your cold symptoms resolve.


Garrison Housing Office

The APG Housing Division and Covias Military Living welcomes you, and we look forward to assisting you and your family in your transition to your home in the Aberdeen community. Whether you choose to live on or off post, the housing office is here to provide assistance.

To reside on-post, please visit Covias Military Living at 6283 Demby Dr., Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST, or call (410) 305-1076. Visit the Covias Military Living website to learn more. http://apg.corviasmilitaryliving.com

If you choose to reside off-post, please visit the Housing Services Office located at Bldg. 4305, 6488 Rodman Rd. Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. EST, or call (410) 306-2002. https://www.housing.army.mil/default.aspx

For unaccompanied personnel, E-5 and below, housing can be coordinated through an assigned sponsor and/or by contacting the Army Barracks Management Program points of contact: 1st Sgt. Martinez (20th CBRNE Command and 1st Area Medical Laboratory) Monday-Sunday, 24 hrs., Phone: Office (410) 306-3074, Mobile (443) 910-5810 or call SFC Tally (All other units) Hours: Monday-Sunday, 24 hrs., Phone: (410) 436-6787.

Army Community Service/Child and Youth Services

Army Community Service offers virtual services, including the Exceptional Family Members Program, the Financial Readiness Program and Army Emergency Relief. For more information, contact Jennifer Eichner at (410) 278-7572 Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. EST or email jennifer.e.eichner.civ@mail.mil

For specific EFMP needs, email Nancy Goucher at nancy.e.goucher.civ@mail.mil

Child and Youth Services also offers virtual services. Families currently stationed or moving to APG can easily search for and request childcare through the MCC website at www.MilitaryChildCare.com. The site is an online gateway to all military-operated or military-subsidized childcare options worldwide across services. MCC enables families to submit requests for care where they live, or at any installation they think they may move to next - even before their orders are issued. Families are encouraged to start the childcare search process as early as possible. Relocating families can get on waitlists far in advance, then update their requests on MCC when their permanent change of duty station is confirmed. For questions, contact Cynthia Chance at cynthia.r.chance2.naf@mail.mil, Joanne Gatto at joanne.m.gatto.naf@mail.mil, or Stacie Umbarger at stacie.e.umbarger.naf@mail.mil, and/or call (410) 278-7571/2572/1233/2857.

Logistics Readiness Center

The Logistics Readiness Center is committed to providing you with a safe transition, and is here to assist with all your transportation requirements. Our quality assurance inspector will contact you prior to your scheduled household goods delivery date and provide all PPE requirements. The LRC is located in Bldg. 4305, 6488 Rodman Rd., Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. EST, and can be reached at (410) 306-2056/2057.

The Central Issue Facility will support service members' equipment needs by coordinating a scheduled appointment with their designated unit's supply POC and/or by contacting Andrew Eisner at (410) 436-2936, andrew.d.eisner2.ctr@mail.mil, or Kenneth Gardner at (410) 278-2938, kenneth.j.gardner16.ctr@mail.mil

Religious Support Office

Provide Religious staff advisement to the Garrison Commander, allocate resources (to include Unit Ministry Teams) in support of Installation contingencies, supervise Chapel programs, facilitate Chaplain-Corps specific training for Corps personnel, participate in the Community Health Promotion Council.

Helpful Links

Below is a listing of useful links to help you find more information on what APG can provide you
and your family. Whether you are a current or former member of the military, federal or contract employee, or military family member, the categories below will help you discover the opportunities available to you on the Installation.




Health and Wellness

Local Community Information

Relocating to APG