Army Community Service (ACS) provides the following programs and resources for service members their families, retirees and DoD Civilians: Army Emergency Relief (AER), Army Family Action Plan (AFAP), Army Family Team Building (AFTB), Army Volunteer Corps (AVC), Exceptional Family Member Progam (EFMP), Family Advocacy Program (FAP), Financial Readiness Program, Information, Referral & Follow-up (IR&F), Military Family Life Counselor (MFLC), Mobilization, Deployment & Support Stability Operations (MD&SSO), New Parent Support Program, Relocation & Employment Readiness Program, Survivor Outreach Services (SOS).
The Army Continuing Education System (ACES) mission is "To vigorously promote lifelong learning opportunities to sharpen the competitive edge of the Army by providing and managing quality self-development programs and services."
Under AR 930-4, Army Emergency Relief provides EMERGENCY financial assistance in the form of a non-interest bearing loan, grant, or a combination of the two. We are located on Fort Huachuca in the ACS Center.
Army Substance Abuse Program mission is to strengthen the overall fitness and effectiveness of the Army´s workforce, to conserve manpower and enhance the combat readiness of Soldiers.
As a Casualty Assistance Center (CAC), we coordinate Army casualty and mortuary operations and Military Funeral Honors for the states of Arizona, Nevada, and southern California. Simply stated, our mission is to assist Army Families in an emotionally stressful time.
The Civilian Personnel Advisory Center is made up of a team of human resources professionals dedicated to supporting and empowering service members, civilian employees , families and veterans worldwide in an era of persistent conflict. The Civilian Personnel Advisory Center recruits, retains and sustains a high quality volunteer force through innovative and effective enterprise solutions and ensures human resources readiness of the Total Army across the full spectrum of operations.
Our mission is to ensure enrollment in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS), and provide Common Access Cards (CAC) and/or Official Identification Cards to Soldiers, Family members, Retirees as well as Civilian and Contract Employees working on Fort Huachuca.
The Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security (DPTMS) directs, coordinates and synchronizes all elements of Fort Irwin garrison operations, planning, emergency operations and tactical execution of installation activities and events. DPTMS provides garrison operational planning, training support, and installation security in order to provide the highest possible level of support to the National Training Center, tenant organizations, Soldiers, Families and civilians in the Fort Irwin community.
Directorate of Public Works (DPW): The DPW is the Garrison's primary element for maintenance of the installation, infrastructure, and the environment. DPW consists of five Public Works Divisions: Master Planning; Business Operations and Integration; Housing Management; Environment and Natural Resources; and Engineering / Energy. DPW encompasses the review of work classification and technical adequacy of all projects; reviews and validates submission of Military Construction (MILCON) projects for all construction and renovations development occurring on the Installation; manages IMCOM's Sustainment Restoration and Moderation (SRM) projects approved and funded for each fiscal year; updates Real Property assets, allowances, requirements, and programmed construction data in a variety of databases; provides day-to-day sustainment and maintenance support for the installation tenant activities; monitors and ensures all work and military-training activities are accomplished incompliance with Federal and State Environmental requirements / regulations; and provides oversight for all Quality of Life requirements for Housing all Service Members and their Families residing on the installation or in the local community.
Our mission is to manage installation personnel, accounting, strength reporting and the eMILPO database for data accuracy and accepted timelines within the Department of the Army standards. Act as a liaison between Human Resources Command (HRC) and installation units to address ongoing eMILPO issues, and provide possible solutions or feedback to the installation with technical and functional support.
The Fort Bragg DPW Environmental Division is committed to environmental excellence in all aspects of the Fort Bragg mission. In accordance with the Sustainable Management System, Fort Bragg’s environmental policy focuses the installation’s efforts on operating “The Right Way, The Green Way, All the Way.” Branches
The Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) program formulates, directs, and sustains a comprehensive effort to maximize human potential to ensure fair treatment for military personnel, family members, and civilians without regard to race, color, gender, religion, or national origin, and provide an environment free of unlawful discrimination and offensive behavior.
The Fire Division safeguards the health, safety and welfare of the community through code enforcement, loss prevention and effective fire prevention and public education programs.
The Army Housing Office is composed of three divisions, the Housing Services Office (HSO), Unaccompanied Housing and Garrison/Army Housing.
Administer the Installation's Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) programs to include Army Community Service (ACS) and Child and Youth Services (CYS) in support of active duty Service Members, Retirees, Civilian Employees, and Contractors, and their Families. Provide Family support activities and services; social, fitness and recreational activities that enhance community life, foster Soldier and unit readiness and promote mental and physical fitness; and wellness programs that directly support readiness and resiliency.
The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) is a law that gives you the right to access information from the federal government. It is often described as the law that keeps citizens in the know about their government.
Visitors, contractors and vendors 18 years and older, entering Fort Irwin, who do not have a DoD identification card, will be subject to a background check before being allowed entry to the installation. Those who present a common access card (CAC card), Military ID, Military Dependent ID, Gold Star ID, or other valid DoD credential won’t be affected.
Army family members information for opening and conducting any home based business on Fort Huachuca.
The Army Community Service (ACS) Information, Referral, and Follow-Up (I&R) Program provides commanders, soldiers and families with information regarding military and civilian community resources. Our trained staff will give clients any information or assistance they may need or will refer them to the appropriate agency that can best help them.
Passport/Visa support provided by the United States Department of Defense (DOD) by assisting DOD Service Members, Civilians and Family Members in obtaining the official travel documents necessary to facilitate official government travel.
MISSION Provide principled counsel and premier legal services, as committed members and leaders in the legal and Army professions, in support of a ready, globally responsive, and regionally engaged Army. VISION In an increasingly complex and legally dynamic world, remain the most highly trained and values-based Corps of adaptive, ready, and dedicated legal and Army professionals who excel in our Joint Force and Army missions, at home and abroad, both today and against emerging threats.
Home Page for the MFLC Office
The various agencies within the Military Personnel Division are responsible for providing installation level personnel services to military personnel at Fort Irwin.
Home page for the Fort Irwin MEO Program
Noise complaint page with form
America’s war fighters have been defending our freedoms in Iraq and Afghanistan for more than a decade. Did you know that Afghanistan is just a short 20 minute drive from Fort Irwin? Fort Irwin, located 37 miles northwest of Barstow, CA, is home to the National Training Center (NTC). The NTC is renowned by Soldiers Sailors, Airmen and Marines worldwide for its tough, realistic training, unforgiving terrain, and uncluttered space to hone their warrior skills. Monthly, visitors can experience firsthand how America’s warriors prepare for deployment. That preparation is done through our Afghan villages and culture, the austere environment, terrorists, insurgents, local populace, tribal/government officials, and the most technologically advanced and elaborate training facilities in the world. The National Training Center’s mission is to provide tough, realistic joint and combined arms training for units prior to their deployment overseas. Every month an Army unit, along with support from the Marines, Air Force, and the Navy, come together at the NTC and conduct their final preparation exercise prior to deployment. During their two week intensive training at Fort Irwin, units prepare for their “worst day ever” in combat. Our focus is for units to prepare here to save lives while deployed. During their training at the NTC, units must interact with Afghan speaking role players, terrorist cells, insurgents, criminal networks, civilian authorities and military forces. The tour begins at 9:15 a.m. at Painted Rocks and includes an overview by the senior leadership of the installation, question and answer opportunity, a short film, installation tour, lunch in one of our Dining Facilities, and a trip to the training area, better known as the “Box.” Visitors will also have a chance to visit the museum and gift shop. If you’re interested in experiencing how America’s war fighters train before they deploy, book a tour today and bring your camera! Tours are conducted from 9:15 a.m. till 3:30 p.m. Dates and times are tentative and could change based on our rotational training calendar. *Reservations are only accepted 30 days before the tour date. 2018 Box Tour Dates This link is for the date listed only! March 8th: Click Here **Requirements to register for the box tour No children under the age of 12 are allowed to take the tour. The tour is free of charge excluding cost of lunch. Lunch is at our dining facility and accepts cash only and no tank tops are allowed in the dining facility. The museum gift shop accepts cash, debit and credit cards. All participants must have a valid government ID, or Driver License. Closed toe shoes and eye protection are required. Sunscreen and hats are recommended. Also, participants must be able to walk short distances, climb stairs and stand for approximately one hour or more. Warning-During the months of Jun-Sept, the temperatures for the installation will normally reach triple digits. While we are in the training area you will be exposed to the environment. The training area consists of rugged terrain and is not handicap accessible. E-mail (This will open your default E-mail program) firstname.lastname@example.org (copy and paste this into your favorite E-mail program)
Home page of the NTC Protocol Office
The following videos are intended to assist incoming and outgoing Soldiers and Families as they transition to and from Fort Irwin.
The Provost Marshal Office is the chief law enforcement office on the installation and provides the community with 24 hour police support to maintain good order and discipline, safety and security for all those who live and or work on Fort Irwin.
The Public Affairs Office supports the installation by communicating on behalf of the installation and its leadership - providing clear, accurate, timely information to internal & external audiences. We employ a variety of communication strategies- including internal news and information products, media engagement, and public outreach.
Religious Service times and services for Fort Irwin
The Army's Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention program, known as SHARP, exists so the Army can prevent sexual harassment and sexual assaults before they occur. Our goal is to eliminate sexual assaults and sexual harassment by creating a climate that respects the dignity of every member of the Army family.
The Transition Assistance Program (TAP) formerly The Army Career and Alumni Program (ACAP). The mission of the TAP is to deliver a world-class transition program for America’s Army that empowers members to make informed career decisions that enhances lives, communities and our nation. This program enables Soldiers to capitalize on their Army experience and skills. Soldiers make informed decisions using transition program services and re-enlistment may be a viable option. It is all about making informed decisions – setting Soldiers up for success.
Execute the delivery of military personnel services with promptness and efficiency for Active duty Soldiers, Army Reserve, National Guard, and Retirees. Ensure that each Soldier’s Certificate of Release or Discharge from active duty (DD Form 214) is prepared expeditiously with accurate and precise information. Assist in making the move from military to civilian life a smooth transition.
The Unit Service Coordinator serves as a link between the military unit and the installation's ACS, providing subject matter expertise on the programs and services. The USC will assist the Command in indentifying needs and offer recommendations for assistance and provide follow-ups interactions with the Command, Soldier or Family Member.
This page is for live feeds during the monthly USAG Commander's Call
Home page for the Veterinary Services Center at the National Training Center and Fort Irwin
Visitors, contractors and vendors 18 years and older, entering Fort Huachuca, who do not have a DoD identification card, will be subject to a background check before being allowed entry to the installation. Those who present a common access card (CAC card), Military ID, Military Dependent ID, Gold Star ID, or other valid DoD credential won't be affected.