Anniston Army Depot
Eastaboga, AL 36260, USA



A welder in the Anniston Army Depot Combat Vehicle Repair Facility removes the track from an M1 Abrams tank. (Photo by Megan Gully, August 2013) Anniston Army Depot is a U.S. Army maintenance center and munitions storage site. Nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in northeast Alabama, the


Wesley Wright and Richard Kirkland, forward repair activity mechanics, both deployed from Anniston Army Depot, prepare to cut the cab off of a damaged Humvee at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. The repurposed Humvee could then become part of a roll-over training device, teaching soldiers how to safely exit the vehicle. (Photo


Rodger D. Clemment, a Department of the Army employee at Anniston Army Depot, services an M2 .50-caliber machine gun at the 402nd Army Field Support Brigade’s Small Arms Support Center on Joint Base Balad, Iraq. Clemment, who is the shop supervisor, usually sits behind a desk, but when a large

Life on the Depot

U.S. Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Milley visits Anniston Army Depot and Redstone Arsenal. (Photo by Sgt. Jamill Ford, April 2017) There is no base housing at Anniston Army Depot for military families (with the exception of the commander and his family). For information or assistance with housing

Exploring the Local Area

The Civilian Marksmanship Program range in Anniston was the site for the 2016 Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps National Air Rifle Championships. The competition consisted of more than 200 high school students on 56 teams from 73 high schools nationwide. Through various previous competitions, the participating schools earned the right


Fort McClellan Celebrates Centennial

Story by SGT Jeremy Dunkle on 08/26/2017 Fort McClellan, located in Anniston, Alabama, opened its gates to celebrate the 100th Birthday of the post on August 26, 2017. The event combined historical exhibits with modern day displays, and hosted a variety of vendors and organizations from across the state of

Army, post officials celebrate Ord. facility ground-breaking

Story by Amy Perry on 07/20/2017 FORT LEE, Va. (July 20, 2017) -- A ground-breaking ceremony was held July 12 to kick-off construction of the Ordnance Training Support Facility. Brig. Gen. David Wilson, Chief of Ordnance, hosted the event and participants in the ceremony included members from Headquarters, Department of

Innovative performance based logistics program drives Corps efficiency, costs

Story by Emily Greene on 07/12/2017 MARINE CORPS BASE QUANTICO, Virginia The Program Manager for Towed Artillery Systems (a joint Army/Marine Corps program led by the Corps) has been awarded the 2016 Secretary of Defense Performance Based Logistics System Level Award for its success implementing cost and time-saving strategies i
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