Have you ever wished you knew in advance what pharmacy wait times are or had clinic phone numbers at your finger tips? Wish no more! Now there's an app for that.
Expressing yourself creatively is a healthy coping mechanism. Check out the new Resiliency Through Art program coming to our Arts & Crafts Center.
Pick & Paint at the Fort Huachuca Arts & Crafts Center expands its hours beginning Aug. 2.
UPDATE: Lane restrictions for outbound traffic at the intersection of Hwy 90 and Hatfield have been lifted.
Our patrols responded to a report of flooding this morning and discovered 8-12 inches of standing water on the right turn and right lane at the intersection of Highway 90 and Hatfield. They engaged with KE&G Construction, who blocked those two right lanes restricting outbound traffic from the Van Deman Gate to one lane. Patrols will monitor the area and re-engage with KE&G, ADOT and SVPD if the issue persists and we will keep the community informed of any additional changes.
Effective July 16, the outbound exit at the Wilcox Gate will be closed.
13-19 July 2018 Range Closures
Fri 13 July: Y, V, Z, T1, T2, T3
Sat 14 July: V, Z, T1, T2, T3
Sun 15 July: V, Z, T1, T2, T3
Mon 16 July: Y, V, Z, T1, T2, T3
Tues 17 July: W, U, Y, V, Z, T1, T2, T3
Wed 18 July: W, U, Y, V, Z, T1, T2, T3
Thurs 19 July: W, U, Y, V, Z, T1, T2, T3
Range closures are subject to daily change. For information call Range Operations at 520.533.1014 or the MP Desk Sergeant at 520.533.3000.
Lets get ready to registerrrrrr!
It's be time for students to head back to school before you know it. The Fort Report has some tips on getting your students prepared for the new school year.
The U.S. Army has released the first revision to the Army fitness test since 1980, the Army Combat Fitness Test. This new test consist of six events to test all of the major muscle groups and provide an accurate, scientifically-validated assessment of a Soldier’s readiness based on the task a Soldier may encounter in training or combat. #ACFT
Check out this awesome benefit of military service and get out and explore our National Parks.
Okay Secret Squirrels, it's time to put your intelligence gathering skills to good use! We're dropping clues like acorns.
This Fort Report bring you coverage of the Chief of the MI Corps Change of Responsibility Ceremony held July 9 in Fitch Auditorium. Chief Warrant Officer 5 Matthew Martin, the sixth chief warrant officer of the MI Corps, passed responsibility to Chief Warrant Officer 5 David Bassili and then retired from the Army.
For 100 years, the Army warrant officer has defended the United States with distinction and honor. During the week of July 9, we honor Army warrant officers both past and present for their exemplary leadership, professionalism, technical expertise and passionate service to the Army and a grateful nation.
Incorporate fresh vegetables into your daily diet. Stop by the Sierra Vista Farmers Market tomorrow for a great selection of summer's harvest. #HuachucaWellnessWednesday..
UPDATE: The munition was safely detonated at 11:05 a.m.
An explosive ordnance disposal team from Davis-Monthan Air Force Base will arrive here today to dispose of a munition that became stuck in a hand grenade simulator after a misfire during training yesterday. The team will dispose of the munition by detonating it. Residents and community members may hear the explosion around 11 a.m. today.
The Fort Report brings you the highlights of the ceremony the U.S. Army Network Enterprise Technology Command hosted commemorating 100 years of the Army Warrant Officer Corps. There are over 60 warrant officer occupational specialties in 17 Army branches. To become a U.S. Army warrant officer visit www.gowarrantnow.com.
Command of the 111th MI Bde passed from Col. Brian Lieb to Col. Scott Fitzgerald in a ceremony on Brown Parade Field here June 29, 2018. We wish the Liebs well as they begin a new chapter of their life and welcome the Fitzgerald family to Team Huachuca.
It’s raining on Old Post. Grab your umbrella and be careful out there.
On a day that began with the centennial celebration of the U.S. Army Warrant Officer Corps, the sixth Chief Warrant Officer of the Military Intelligence Corps Chief Warrant Officer 5 Matthew Martin passed responsibility to Chief Warrant Officer 5 David Bassili in a ceremony in Fitch Auditorium here July 9, 2018. The change of responsibility was followed by Chief Martin's retirement ceremony. Martin ended his 25-year career where is began, here at the home of Military Intelligence. We welcome the Bassili family to Team Huachuca and wish the Martins all the best as they begin the next chapter of their lives here in our community. See more pictures of yesterday's ceremony at https://www.flickr.com/photos/us_army_fort_huachuca/albums/72157693109374030.
The USO has some great news for pizza lovers.
U.S. Army Network Enterprise Technology Command hosted a ceremony in Greely Hall Auditorium today to celebrate the centennial of the U.S. Army Warrant Officer Corps.
Warrant Officers are technical experts, combat leaders, trainers and advisors. Through progressive levels of expertise in assignment, training and education, the warrant officer administers, manages, maintains, operates and integrates Army systems and equipment across unified land operation. See more pictures of today's ceremony at https://www.flickr.com/photos/us_army_fort_huachuca/albums/72157697216583101.
Today, we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the U.S. Army Warrant Officer Corps.
Our K9s at the 483rd Military Working Dog Detachment are important members of Team Huachuca.
Fort Huachuca and the City of Sierra Vista celebrate another 4th of July in style!
Happy birthday America!