FORT HUACHUCA AND U.S. ARMY NEWS
COVID-19 GENERAL ORDERS & POLICIES
Prohibited Activities for Personnel within the Authority of the Commander, United States Army Intelligence Center of Excellence & Fort Huachuca. This General Order applies to all individuals, whether military or civilian, who are assigned, attached, live or work on, or visit Fort Huachuca, Arizona. Paragraphs 1 and 2 are punitive.
(effective March 12, 2021)
GO FOR COMMISSARY & EXCHANGE PATRONS
Prohibited Activities and Force Protection Measures. This General Order applies to all patrons of the Fort Huachuca Commissary and Post Exchange.
Livery drivers must implement social distancing restrictions and wear cloth face coverings.
Welcome to Fort Huachuca, home to the U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence, the U.S. Army Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM)/9th Army Signal Command and more than 48 supported tenants representing a diverse, multiservice population.
Located in Cochise County, in southeast Arizona, about 15 miles north of the border with Mexico, Fort Huachuca is an Army installation with a rich frontier history. Established in 1877, the Fort was annexed in 1971 by the city of Sierra Vista and declared a national landmark in 1976.
Today Fort Huachuca is the largest employer in Cochise County and the largest economic contributor in Arizona. The Fort develops and tests Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Combat Systems, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance capabilities; delivers intelligence and unmanned aircraft systems training and education; designs, develops and integrates intelligence capabilities, concepts and doctrine; and provides world-class quality support services to the Huachuca community to enable mission command in support of Army and Joint operations and the continued evolution of Fort Huachuca.
The Fort's unique environment encompasses 964 square miles of restricted airspace and 2,500 square miles of protected electronic ranges, key components to the national defense mission.