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Post information includes ZIP code or APO apo- 1 A prefix indicating a protein component in a conjugated molecule–eg, apoferritin, apolipoprotein, see there 2 Apolipoprotein, see there , followed by phone

numbers for the installation operator or information line. Some

installations have also provided Web site addresses.

A

ALABAMA

Anniston Army Depot Anniston Army Depot (ANAD) is a major United States Army facility fulfilling various depot operations. Primary missions are the repair of tracked vehicles and storage of chemical weapons (Anniston Chemical Activity). The depot is located in Anniston, Alabama.  

36201-4199

(256) 235-7501

(DSN DSN - Digital Switched Network ) 571-1110

www.anad.army.mil

Fort Rucker

36362-5000

(334) 255-1030 (DSN 558)

www-rucker.army.mil

Redstone Arsenal

35898-5300

(256) 876-2151 (DSN 746)

www.redstone.army.mil

ALASKA

Fort Greely

APO AP 99731

(907) 873-1110 (DSN 317)

www.usarak.army.mil

Fort Richardson

99505

(907) 384-1110 (DSN 317)

www.usarak.army.mil

Fort Wainwright

99703-7300

(907) 353-1110 (DSN 317)

www.wainwright.army.mil

ARIZONA

Fort Huachuca

85613-6000

(520) 538-7111 (DSN 879)

http://huachuca-www.army.mil

Yuma Proving Ground

85365-9124

(928) 328-2151 (DSN 899)

www.yuma.army.mil

ARKANSAS

Pine Bluff Arsenal The Pine Bluff Arsenal is an active military arsenal, that stores 12.5% of the nation's obsolete chemical weapons. In an incident after WWII, several captured German rockets containing nerve agents were accidentally launched into the surrounding countryside.  

71602-9500

(870) 540-3000 (DSN 966)

www.pba.army.mil

C

CALIFORNIA

Fort Irwin

92310-5000

(760) 380-4111 (DSN 470)

www.irwin.army.mil

Presidio of Monterey

93944

(831) 242-5000 (DSN 878)

http://pom-www.army.mil

Sierra Army Depot

96113-5000

(530) 827-2111

(DSN) 855-2111

www.sierra.army.mil

COLORADO

Fort Carson

80913-5000

(719) 526-5811 (DSN 691)

www.carson.army.mil

Rocky Mountain Arsenal The Rocky Mountain Arsenal was a United States chemical weapons manufacturing center located in the Denver Metropolitan Area in Commerce City, Colorado. The site was operated by the United States Army throughout the later 20th century and was controversial among local residents  

80022-2180

(303) 289-0500

www.pmrma.army.mil

D

DISTRICT OF

COLUMBIA

Fort McNair

20319-5050

(703) 545-6700

(DSN) 227-0101

www.mdw.army.mil

Walter Reed Army Med. Ctr.

20307-5001

(202) 782-3501 (DSN 662)

www.wramc.amedd.army.mil

G

GEORGIA

Fort Benning

31905-5000

(706) 545-2011 (DSN 835)

www.benning.army.mil

Fort Gordon

30905-5000

(706) 791-0110 (DSN 780)

www.gordon.army.mil

Fort Gillem

(404) 469-5000

http://www.mcpherson.

army.mil/fort_gillem.htm

Fort McPherson

30330-5000

(404) 464-3113 (DSN 367)

(DSN) 572-1110

www.mcpherson.army.mil

Fort Stewart

31314-5000

(912) 767-1411 (DSN 870)

www.stewart.army.mil

Hunter Army Airfield Hunter Army Airfield (IATA: SVN, ICAO: KSVN), along with Fort Stewart, is a military complex located near Savannah, Georgia, United States. It is the home of the 3rd Infantry Division of the United States Army.  

31409-5000

(912) 767-1411 (DSN 870)

www.stewart.army.mil

H

HAWAII

Fort Shafter

96858-5000

(808) 449-7110

www.usarpac.army.mil

Pohakuloa Training Area

96720-0607

(808) 969-2400

Schofield Barracks

96857-6000

(808) 449-7110

www.25idl.army.mil

Tripler Army Medical Center

96859

(808) 433-6661/2

N

ILLINOIS

Rock Island Arsenal The Rock Island Arsenal comprises 946 acres (3.8 km²), located on Arsenal Island in the Mississippi River between Davenport, Iowa and Rock Island, Illinois. The island was originally established as a government site in 1816 - with the building of Fort Armstrong.  

61299-5000

(309) 782-6001 (DSN 793)

www.ria.army.mil

KANSAS

Fort Leavenworth

66027-7160

(913) 684-4021 (DSN 552)

www.leavenworth.army.mil

Fort Riley

66442-5091

(785) 239-3911

(DSN) 856-1110

www.riley.army.mil

KENTUCKY

Fort Campbell

42223-5628

(270) 798-2151

(DSN) 635-1110

www.campbell.army.mil

Fort Knox

40121-5000

(502) 624-1181

(DSN) 464-0111

www.knox.army.mil

L

LOUISIANA

Fort Polk

71459-5060

(337) 531-2911

(DSN) 863-1110

www.jrtc-polk.army.mil

M

MARYLAND

Aberdeen Proving Ground

21005-5001

(410) 278-5201 (DSN 298)

www.apg.army.mil

Fort Detrick

21702-5000

(301) 619-8000

(DSN) 343-1110

www.detrick.army.mil

Fort Meade

20755-5000

(301) 677-6261 (DSN 622)

www.ftmeade.army.mil

MASSACHUSETTS

Soldier Systems Center

Natick 01760

(508) 233-4001 (DSN 256)

www.ssc.army.mil

MISSOURI

Fort Leonard Wood Fort Leonard Wood, U.S. army post, 71,000 acres (28,700 hectares), S central Mo.; est. 1940. It is one of the largest basic-training centers in the United States and also provides training for army engineers.  

65473-5000

(573) 596-0131 (DSN 581)

www.wood.army.mil

N

NEW JERSEY

Fort Monmouth

07703-5101

(732) 532-9000

(DSN) 992-9110

www.monmouth.army.mil

Picatinny Arsenal

07806-5000

(973) 724-4021 (DSN 880)

www.pica.army.mil

NEW MEXICO

White Sands Missile

Range

88002-5000

(505) 678-1110 (DSN 258)

www.wsmr.army.mil

NEW YORK

Fort Drum

13602-5007

(315) 772-6011 (DSN 772)

www.drum.army.mil

Fort Hamilton

11252-7200

(718) 630-4101

(DSN) 232-4101

www.hamilton.army.mil

U.S. Military Academy

10996-1788

(845) 938-4011

www.usma.army.mil

Watervliet Arsenal

12189

(518) 266-5418 (DSN 374)

www.wva.army.mil

NORTH CAROLINA

Fort Bragg 28307-5000

(910) 396-0011 (DSN 236)

www.bragg.army.mil

O

OKLAHOMA

Fort Sill

73503-5001

(580) 422-8111

http://sill-www.army.mil

OREGON

Umatilla Army Depot

97838-9544

(541) 564-8632

P

PENNSYLVANIA

Carlisle Barracks

17013-5050

(717) 245-3131 (DSN 242)

http://carlisle-www.army.mil

Letterkenny Army Depot Letterkenny Army Depot, the Center of Industrial and Technical Excellence for Air Defense and Tactical Missile Systems, was established in 1942. The depot is under the command structure of the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command (AMCOM).  

17201-4150

(717) 267-8111

(DSN) 570-5110

www.letterkenny.army.mil

Tobyhanna Army Depot Tobyhanna Army Depot, Tobyhanna, PA, was established Feb. 1, 1953 as Tobyhanna Signal Depot. Today, it is the Defense Department’s leading facility for the repair, upgrade and integration of Command, Control, Computer, Communications, Intelligence, Surveillance and  

18466

(570) 895-7000 (DSN 795)

www.tobyhanna.army.mil

PUERTO RICO

Fort Buchanan

00934-5026

(787) 707-3402

(DSN) 740-1110

www.buchanan.army.mil

S

SOUTH CAROLINA

Fort Jackson

29207

(803) 751-7511

(DSN) 734-7511

www.jackson.army.mil

T

TEXAS

Corpus Christi Army Depot

78419-6000

(361) 961-3627 (DSN 861)

www.ccad.army.mil

Fort Bliss

79916-0058

(915) 568-2121

(DSN) 978-2121

https://www.bliss.army.mil

Fort Hood

76544-5000

(254) 287-1110 (DSN 737)

www.hood.army.mil

Fort Sam Houston Fort Sam Houston, U.S. army base, 3,300 acres (1,335 hectares), S Tex., in San Antonio; headquarters of the Fifth Army. San Antonio, long a military center, donated land in 1870 for the site of a permanent military post that was constructed from 1876 to 1890 and  

78234-5000

(210) 221-1211 (DSN 471)

www.samhouston.army.mil

Red River Army Depot

75507-5000

(903) 334-2141

(DSN) 829-4110

https://www.redriver.army.mil

U

UTAH Utah, state, United States
Utah (y`tä'), Rocky Mt. state of the W United States.
 

Dugway Proving Ground Dugway Proving Ground (DPG) is a US Army facility located approximately 85 miles (140 km) southwest of Salt Lake City, Utah in southern Tooele County. It encompasses 801,505 acres (3,243.576 km², or 1,252.  

84022-5202

(435) 831-2151

(DSN) 789-1110

https://www.dugway.army.mil

Tooele Army Depot Tooele Army Depot is a United States Army post located in Tooele County, Utah. It originally opened in 1942 during the early phase of U.S. involvement in World War II. It is primarily operated by members of the U.S. Army's Ordnance Corps.  

84070-5000

(435) 833-3211 (DSN 790)

www.tead.army.mil

V

VIRGINIA

Fort A. P. Hill

22427-5000

(804) 633-8710 (DSN 578)

www.aphill.army.mil

Fort Belvoir

22060-5984

(703) 545-6700

(DSN) 227-0101

www.belvoir.army.mil

Fort Eustis

23604-5000

(757) 878-5251 (DSN 826)

www.eustis.army.mil

Fort Lee

23801-5001

(804) 765-3000 (DSN 539)

www.lee.army.mil

Fort Monroe

23651-6000

(757) 878-1212 (DSN 680)

www.monroe.army.mil

Fort Myer

22211-5050

(703) 545-6700

www.fmmc.army.mil

Fort Story

23459-5001

(757) 422-7101 (DSN 438)

www.eustis.army.mil/

Fort_story

W

WASHINGTON

Fort Lewis

98433-5000

(253) 967-1110 (DSN 357)

www.lewis.army.mil
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