Be extra vigilant during the exercise and aware of the heightened security measures. There will be scenarios at various locations on the installation designed to exercise emergency preparedness and response capabilities. Those on and off the installation may hear warning sirens and announcements. Each will be prefaced with "Exercise – Exercise – Exercise".
If you see suspicious activity, or an emergency, call 9-1-1. As long as these calls are placed on Fort Eisenhower they will route to the garrison call center where staff intervene if the incident is exercise related.
If you work on the installation, and have a Common Access Card, enroll in the Alert Mass Warning Notification System:
See the link below to learn more about the ITAC and see the updated Garrison Traffic Regulation USACCoE & FE 210-3.
***Fort Eisenhower is a No Drone Zone***
It is unlawful to operate an Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) otherwise known as a “drone” on Fort Eisenhower without authorization.
Unauthorized use of UAS on/over Fort Eisenhower subjects the operator to possible punishment under either the UCMJ, or Federal and/or State law as well as forfeiture of the UAS, recordings, photographs, or videos.
“No-Drone” signs are posted at the installation gates and other locations.
If you see a UAS/drone on Fort Eisenhower; DIAL 911.
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