Lead Six Sends
Brig. Gen. Curtis D. Taylor (@NTCLlead6) thanks the community for our many "victories" of the past year and wishes all a safe and peaceful Thanksgiving in this edition of "Lead 6 Sends."
Ft. Irwin COVID-19 Vaccination Information:
Weed Army Community has many opportunities in April so that all eligible beneficiaries ages 12 and up can receive the vaccine. To see the full graphic, CLICK HERE. Appointments are walk-in only starting April 12th.
QUALITY OF LIFE INITIATIVES ARE PLACED FRONT AND CENTER AT FORT IRWIN
NTC and Fort Irwin senior leaders introduced the new strategic plan, “Building a Stronger Foundation”, which seeks to improve the quality of life for Soldiers and residents of Fort Irwin. The numerous quality of life initiatives are slated to break ground within the next five years. Click Here
Tenant Bill of Rights
The Tenant Bill of Rights was created to ensure Service Members and their Families have safe, quality homes and communities and clear rights while living in them. You can view the Housing Bill of Rights by clicking here.
Town Hall Livestream
Tune in to our monthly livestream to catch up on current and upcoming events in the community.
Welcome to Fort Irwin, home of the National Training Center. Located in San Bernardino County, in southern California, about 35 miles north of the town of Barstow. The installation was established by President Franklin Roosevelt as a sub-installation of Camp Haan in Riverside, California. In 1981, the US Army created the National Training Center at Fort Irwin to train Armored Brigade Combat Teams to “Win the First Fight.”
This past May, National Training Center Fort Irwin held the Desert Warrior Week competition. Units competed over four days to earn the coveted Commander's Cup to determine the best unit in the desert.
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