ARMY PCS MOVE APP-  Those preparing for a permanent change-of-station move now have access to an organized central hub of information on entitlements, types of moves, how to plan/schedule a move, and claims. The app also helps educate users regarding allowances and responsibilities in the event a claim for loss and/or damage needs to be filed. Download the free Army PCS Move app now in the GOOGLE PLAY STORE and the APPLE STORE

PLAN MY MOVE- PMM​​​​​ creates a custom checklist for your move, filled with information about the tasks you need to complete and how to complete them. You can save, download and print your list to update during your moving process and use for future moves.

MILITARY ONESOURCE- MILITARY ONESOURCE from the Department of Defense is your 24/7 gateway to trusted information, resources and confidential help. When MilLife happens, it’s your “first line of support” — giving service members and military families tools to stay well and thrive.

DEFENSE PERSONAL PROPERTY SYSTEM- DPS ​​​​​allows you to schedule your move, track your shipment, and file a claim for lost or broken goods during shipment




CGSOC Is a ten month resident course to develop highly competent and professional field grade General Staff Officers with the warfighting, historical, leadership, and decision making expertise to enable Army combined arms formations to successfully execute multi-domain unified land operations in contested environments against peer threats. The course is taught in three phases, Common Core, Advance Operations Course and Elective Phase. All parts of this course are challenging and taught at the graduate level. Bringing a laptop for class is highly recommended.

Reporting Information

For arriving/reporting:

  • DO NOT REPORT EARLY. Arrive when you are scheduled or when the on-post housing office gives you a date if living on post. If living off post arrive in accordance with orders and/or leave plans associated with off-post housing lease agreement.
  • Garrison will be using a phased arrival for those reporting to CGSC in the following timeline:

    •       ACS                          07 June – 03 July

    •       IMS                           17 June

    •       USAF/USN/USMC/USCG/USSF               17 June – 21 June

    •       IA/DAC                      24 June – 05 July

    •       ARSOF                      24 June – 07 July

    •       Army Group 1              01 July – 05 July

    (if you arrive on 4 or 5 July 2024 report to USSD on 8 July)

    •       Army Group 2              08 July – 12 July

    •       Army Group 3              15 July – 19 July

  • When you are directed to report, you will go to the third floor (when walking in the Lewis and Clark building you will be on the second floor). Follow the signs to US Student Detachment. Report in your uniform and have your orders, fully filled out leave form (signed out by last unit and leave control number) ready. Bring a copy of your last DA 705 (within 12 months).
  • Please park in the far south parking lot (tree/creek separation) as anything closer you will be illegally parked and most likely ticketed. Do not park in areas labeled “F-Hang Tag Parking” or “Red F Tag Parking”.

Please Note: CGSOC selectees, having a valid Army Training Requirements and Resources System (ATRRS) reservation will receive, through your Enterprise/AKO account (address listed on your ATRRS reservation), an e-mail from the Student Activities Program Manager by mid-March 2023. Administrative data provided will be information and instructions to aid in the completion of the online Student Record Form, pre-requisites, and accompanying forms.
Access to the CGSOC online registration requires an AKO login. You MUST arrive here with a valid CAC ID Card and an Enterprise and AKO account.

A current Secret security clearance is required for this course. Certain electives require a top secret clearance and SIPR tokens

Students SHOULD arrive at Fort Leavenworth with SIPRNET PKI tokens (aka NSS Tokens or “SIPR Cards”). SIPRNET tokens allow “smart card” logon to SIPRNET. Some CGSOC courses require student use of SIPRNET assets and this token is required to access any Army SIPRNET computer. Users should request a token through their local G6/S6 or local Network Enterprise Center (NEC) BEFORE they depart their current duty station. Do NOT delay processing of requests for NSS tokens can take up to two months to request-to-issue. If you arrive without a SIPR token, you may not have time to receive one and will miss some of the electives offered.


You must receive written permission to sign into CGSOC prior to the reporting date on your PCS orders. To request early reporting, you must submit a written request, (via email) to your career manager. Requests must include the following information: Name, Rank, Branch, SSN, CGSOC class date, requested report date, current duty station and mailing address, DEROS (if applicable), current phone number and rationale for requesting early report. Each request is evaluated on an individual basis. Reporting early subjects you to duty with an activity located at Fort Leavenworth as directed by the Commander, Combined Arms Center. For more information please contact


US Student Detachment via email at or you may also call us at 913-684-4441 or DSN: 552-4411

PLEASE NOTE: We ask that you limit your inquiries to questions related to your pending permanent change of station, and save your academic questions until after you arrive.


IN-PROCESSING- All Personnel Assigned to: USA CAC FT LEAV (W0VPAA) FT LEAVENWORTH KS 66027. YOU MUST REPORT TO THE COMBINED ARMS CENTER G-1 (CAC-G1) on a regular duty day or during regular duty hours: 201 Augur Ave, Fuller Hall, Bldg. 119, FT Leavenworth, KS 66027

POC: 913-684-7892 or 913-684-2020


Garrison Headquarters
290 Grant Avenue
(913) 684-4448

Single Soldier Quarters
401 Cody Road
(913) 684-4465

INSTALLATION ACCESS- Visit the ID/DEERS office to issue/replace the Common Access Card (CAC) and Uniformed Services ID Card for authorized employees and family members. Enroll/update authorized customers information in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS).

LODGING- On-base lodging is available through the IHG Hotel, please visit the website for available dates and rates.


FRONTIER HERITAGE COMMUNITIES  - Privatized, on-base housing for Active Duty Soldiers, DoD Civilians, DOJ, and Retirees. Applications can be found here 

HOUSING ISSUES-The HOUSING OVERSIGHT OFFICE  advocates for the residents of privatized, on-post housing and provides local command leadership with visibility and tracking of tenant issues.

OFF-BASE HOUSING- The HOUSING SERVICES OFFICE (OFF-BASE) provides service for service members and families living off the installation. Additional homes can found found on , a DoD website designed to connect Service members and their Families with community housing rental listings located near U.S. military bases.


USAJOBS is a U.S. government website that allows job-seekers to search and apply for federal jobs. Check out Fort Leavenworth's employment opportunities (HERE)

EMPLOYMENT READINESS PROGRAM offers resources to help with your career plan and job search. All DoD ID cardholders, to include: military spouses, retirees, veterans, active-duty service members, DoD civilians, active reserve, National Guard, and wounded warriors are welcome. 

CIVILIAN PERSONNEL ADVISORY CENTER (CPAC) provides advisory services related to labor relations, management employee relations, employee benefits, recruitment and appropriated fund position management / classification. For DoD civilian in-processing instructions visit (HERE)

USD-207 (ON-BASE)- Fort Leavenworth School District, USD 207 is a state of Kansas school district that consists entirely on USAG Fort Leavenworth. The district teaches preschool through 9th grade, with 9-12th graders eligible for enrollment in off-base school districts. For enrollment information visit HERE 

NEARBY SCHOOL DISTRICTS For a map of nearby off-base school districts visit HERE

LAMP COMMUNITY ANSWERBOOK- (HERE)  "Dubbed the 'Best Hometown in the Army' and affectionately called 'Mayberry' by several residents, Fort Leavenworth is a welcoming community with activities and support for the whole family" (LAMP Answer Book).

RECREATION- Located next to the Missouri River and within short driving distance to Kansas City. FMWR offers an abundance of recreational activities year round.  

ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE (ACS) invites you into a world of education, opportunity and discovery while offering programs and services that promote self-reliance, resilience, and stability during war and peace. Programs include: Employment Readiness Program, Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP), Family Advocacy Program (FAP), Survivors Outreach Services (SOS), and more.

RELIGIOUS SUPPORT OFFICE provides religious, spiritual, moral and ethical advice and services to the Combined Arms Center, Garrison, tenant organizations, and members of the military community. We perform the free exercise of religion for Service members, their Families, Department of Defense Civilians, and other authorized personnel. (HERE)


SOCIAL MEDIA PAGES- Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Flickr - Connect with Fort Leavenworth on our official social media sites to stay up to date in the community!

FORT LEAVENWORTH LAMP NEWSPAPER- The Fort Leavenworth Lamp is an authorized publication for members of the U.S. Army. It has served the local community for over 50 years and is published weekly by the Fort Leavenworth Garrison Public Affairs Office, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas 66027, commercial telephone number 913-684-5267 (DSN prefix 552).

ALERT! MASS NOTIFICATION SYSTEM  (HERE)- For military and civilian personnel or other personnel issued a Common Access Card. 

DIGITAL GARRISON APP- is the U.S. Army's enterprise mobile app that connects users to a full range of installation quality-of-life services from AAFES, MWR, and IMCOM. Download on the Google Play  and the App Store