Mission Statement: Direct/coordinate Garrison Command operations and training activities, while providing aviation, force protection, mobilization/demobilization, reserve component support, force modernization, and emergency operations functions, in order to provide a focused training environment.

Assists and advises the Director of DPTMS on all matters in support of training on the installation.  Serves as the central support agency for all non-tenant and non-military units’ requesting to train at Fort Leonard Wood.

Installation Ammunition Manager:  (573) 563-6201

Army Training Requirements and Resource System (ATRRS):  (573) 563-7005

Digital Training Management System:  (573) 563-4051

Reserve Component Operations Specialist:  (573) 563-4074

Nutter Field House (Building 1067):  (573) 596-0020

The Plans and Operations division is the hub for synchronizing installation operations and emergency planning activities. It is responsible for operating the installation operations center, disseminating critical information, and for providing daily status reports to higher headquarters as required. Plans and Operations provides central tasking and coordination for tenant and non-tenant support, plans and conducts installation level training and exercises, oversees mobilization and demobilization, garrison security functions, executes contingency plans, installation force modernization, installation treaty compliance, installation operational security program, installation antiterrorism / protection programs, responsible for all installation protection plans, while providing mission command during emergency and other designated situations.

 

Chief, Plans & Operations Division:  (573) 563-6022

Installation Force Modernization Office:  (573) 596-7766

Installation Treaty Compliance Office:  (573) 563-5338

Installation Emergency Manager:  (573) 563-6190

 

The Plans and Protection Branch is responsible for executing all the installation’s protection programs.  Serves as the installation Antiterrorism Officer, Protection program manager, installation OPSEC officer, and garrison’s personnel, industrial, and information security managers. The Plans & Protection Branch is responsible for executing the installation’s Integrated Protection Plan Charter, which includes chairing all protection governing forums such as the Threat Working Group, Protection Working Group, and the Protection Executive Committee. The branch is also responsible for updating and maintaining all the installation’s protection plans – including the Integrated Protection Plan Charter, the Integrated Protection Plan with all annexes, the Continuity of Operations Plan, and the Mobilization Deployment Support Plan. The Plans & Protections Branch executes proactive Antiterrorism/Force-Protection programs to protect personnel, their families, facilities, and materiel resources against any threat, including a terrorist attack.

 

Antiterrorism Officers:                                                                              (573) 563-5507 or (573) 563-2068

OPSEC Officer:                                                                                                                     (573) 563-2042

Personnel Security                                                                                  (573) 596-2126 or (573) 596-0088

Industrial Security                                                                                    (573) 596-2126 or (573) 596-0088

Information Security                                                                                (573) 596-2126 or (573) 596-0088

Plans Office:                                                                                                                         (573) 563-5041

The IOC directs and coordinates all Installation level Operations to include Ceremonies, OPORDS, Installation Events, Management of the Garrison Task Management Tool. The division is responsible for defining, planning, managing, drafting, updating, and publishing operations/functional plans and orders, and related documents dealing with Army and Joint Forces requirements, in support for Fort Leonard Wood events. The IOC conducts command and control activities during natural and manmade crisis events to ensure the continuity of Fort Leonard Wood’s ability to perform its assigned mission, minimize injury and suffering, and to prevent loss of life and damage to property.

 

Chief, Current Operations                                                                                                     (573) 563-7135

Operations Specialist -OPORDS/Ceremonies                                                                      (573) 563-7137

Operations Specialist- Readiness                                                                                         (573) 563-5127

Operations Specialist- Readiness                                                                                         (573) 563-7138

Operations Specialist- Taskings                                                                                            (573) 563-6124

Range Operations mission is to provide quality training opportunities to each training activity by maintaining and managing Fort Leonard Wood's ranges and training areas, ensuring the highest standards of safety, maintenance, operations, and land stewardship.

Hours of Operation

Monday through Friday

7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Fire Desk Operates 24/7

Contact Us:

Range Ops Fire Desk (24/7): 573.596.2525

Daily Operations: 573.596.6147

Future Operations: 573.596.0748

Range Maintenance: 573.596.6148

ITAM/Maps: 573.596.6080/5290

Target Repair: 573.596.5252

Supply: 573.596.6140/2275

Work Orders: 573.596.6511

Links:

RFMSS

AR 385-63

Range Operations Public Access Site - CAC Required

The Fort Leonard Wood Training Support Center provides a single source of Training Support Service in accordance with AR 350-38 and AR 350-52 to all units and commands on Fort Leonard Wood and within the assigned Area of Responsibility to enable quality training.

The Training Support Center is open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. It is closed on Holidays and daily for lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Operations outside of these hours can be coordinated with the TSO.

We are located in Building 12350, 8/10s of a mile past the Airfield tower in the large tan warehouse on the corner of FLW 1 and FLW 28. To out-process, drive to the rear of the building (South side) and park near the loading docks.

Links:

Below is the link to the PEOSTRI Training Support System (TSS)-Enterprise Training Aids, Devices, Simulators, and Simulations (TADSS) offered at the Fort Leonard Wood Training Support Center, as well as the Training Support Center SOP.

TADSS Requests:

Please include the following information with your TADSS request:

  • Unit
  • Name
  • Email/Phone
  • TADSS Requested
  • Dates Requested
  • Return Date

TADSS can be scheduled by contacting the Supply Section or by emailing requests to:usarmy.leonardwood.id-training.mbx.usag-flw-dptms-tadss@army.mil

TADSS Certification:

IMILES: Tuesday and Thursday at 8 a.m.
Small Arms Simulators: Tuesday and Thursday at 10 a.m.
IEDES: Tuesday and Thursday at 1 p.m.
LMTS: Wednesday at 8 a.m.

Scheduled training can also be coordinated by contacting the TSC Training Section or by emailing requests to: usarmy.leonardwood.id-training.mbx.usag-flw-dptms-tsc-training@army.mil.

The TSC has the following fixed Virtual/TADSS Simulators to conduct Unit training:

  • Engagement Skills Trainer II (EST II)
  • Call for Fire Trainer (CFFT)
  • Reconfigurable Vehicle Tactical Trainer HMMWV/HEMTT (RVTT)
  • Virtual Clearance Training Suite (VCTS)

Training Support Center Phone Numbers:

Headquarters Section:

Training Support Officer: (573) 596-5379

Operations Support: (573) 596-0234

Warehouse Section:

Warehouse Supervisor: (573) 596-0804

Supply Management Specialist: (573) 596-4312

Supply Technician: (573) 596-4607/5142/4992/3608

Training/Maintenance Section:

Training Supervisor: (573) 596-7630

Training Instructors (TADSS): (573) 596-4604/4606/2105

Exhibits Maker: (573) 596-8669

Maintenance (TADSS): (573) 596-3518/7258/8030

New procedures for all recreational users:

  • Register in iSportsman at https://ftleonardwood.isportsman.net/ and then
  • Obtain appropriate FREE transitional permits including an Outdoor Recreation Permit through iSportsman.
  • Retain valid hard-copy permits for the hunting seasons (obtained at the DFMWR Outdoor Adventure Center). Permit sales through iSportsman are available.
  • Check-In and Check-Out of Areas through iSportsman (website or telephone). The old electronic (e-mail) system will no longer be used.
  • Legibly Display iSportsman Permit Number on vehicle dashboard while recreating.

Forney Army Airfield provides fixed- and rotary-winged air platforms the ability to safely enable mission success across multiple domains and the range of military operations. We develop military leaders in a highly active airfield environment for future dynamic air mission support worldwide.

 

Hours of Operation - Monday through Friday; 0630 to 2200

 

Contact phone numbers:

Military Flight Operations – 573-596-0165

Air Traffic Control Tower – 573-596-7193

USAF Weather Station – 573-596-0702

Airfield Manager – 573-596-2167

Operations/Safety Officer – 573-596-7705

FAX/ Unsecure – 573-596-0166

 

Joint Airport Mission

Waynesville/St Robert Regional Airport (TBN) at Forney Army Airfield operates private and commercial air services for the surrounding community.

Go to  https://www.flyflw.com/  for more information.