Mission Statement: Direct and coordinate the operations and training activities for the installation. Provide aviation, education center, mobilization and reserve affairs support, force modernization, emergency operations, and force protection functions for the installation.

Emergency Operations Center

Conduct 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. Support all forces at required readiness levels and training. Plan, exercise and train the force to secure and defend the installation against outside destructive forces. Prepare for and support natural and/or manmade emergencies.

Common Operating Picture

Force Modernization and Chemical Treaty

To synchronize the planning, programming, receipt, issue and New Equipment Training (NET) for force modernization equipment being received by all TRADOC and FORSCOM units/activities on Fort Leonard Wood, additionally coordinate unit stationing actions/plans. Provide installation oversight for compliance with relevant U.S. engaged treaties, submit annual reports and host international Chemical Weapons Convention inspections.

Plans and Operations

DPTM Operations Division directs and coordinates all Installation level Operations to include Ceremonies, OPORDS and Events. 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 requirements, in support of FLW events. Manages and coordinates mission support projects, taskings, actions, and programs. Leads staff coordination with installation staff, schools, training brigades and directorates to make possible the execution of MSCoE events. Prepares decision papers, staffing papers, information papers and develops briefings to support DPTM operational and mission requirements. Assumes the lead, setting the IPR schedule and directing post-level meetings for planning and setting taskings to implement major installation events such as Special Olympics, Conferences and Staff Assistance Visits.

Range Operations

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

Training Support Center

Mission

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 TRADOC Paphlet.

Please include the following information with your TADSS request:

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

Send requests to:

usarmy.leonardwood.usag.mbx.dptmtadss@mail.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.


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)
  • High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) Egress Assistance Trainer (HEAT)
  • Squad Advanced Marksmanship Trainer (SAM-T)


Training Support Center SOP


Training Support Center Phone Numbers

Headquarters

Training Support Officer: (573) 596-5379

Operations Support: (573) 596-0234

Warehouse Section

Warehouse Supervisor: (573) 596-0804

Supply Management Specialist: (573) 596-3608

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

Training Section

Training Supervisor: (573) 596-7630

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

Exhibits Maker: (573) 596-8030

Maintenance (TADSS): (573) 596-8669/7250/3518

Hunting and Fishing Information

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.