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Army Substance Abuse Program

The Fort Huachuca Army Substance Abuse Program is in Building 22414. The program provides education, prevention, rehabilitation andbiochemical testing services. Eligible groups include active-duty military, the civilian workforce, retirees and the families of each group. The education and prevention services are for on- and off-post communities upon request. It also provides newcomer briefings to military and civilian personnel. Specialized training and other services, such as employee assistance, suicide prevention, risk reduction, and drug testing certification and recertification, are available to military and civilian personnel.

Counseling services include outpatient individual and group, clinical evaluation, referral for inpatient treatment, and guidance to individuals and families on intervention techniques when a family member (or other) has an alcohol or drug problem. Services are confidential except when otherwise limited by law or regulation. Information on individuals in the program is protected by federal policies on confidentiality. For more information, call 520-533-2071.

American Red Cross

The American Red Cross serving the southern Arizona area has established a new toll-free number for active-duty military members needing emergency communication services. Active-duty military members and their family members residing in the same household should call 877-272-7337 to reach the American Red Cross Emergency Communications Center. American Red Cross Emergency Communications Center, with the help of its military partners, is responsible for delivering emergency messages to military men and women around the world.

For those interested, the Red Cross offers classes designed to meet the needs of the whole family. Swimming, lifeguard, Guardstart and other aquatic classes are available. They offer a full line of CPR and first aid classes to include Community First Aid and Safety, CPR for the Professional Rescuer and Emergency Response. Baby sitters’ training and other children’s courses are also available.

The American Red Cross has volunteer opportunities available that range from doing work in the local office, being on a local disaster team or helping teach classes in CPR and first aid. Volunteers on Fort Huachuca also work at the health center and assist with the blood drives.

The American Red Cross serving Fort Huachuca and the southern Arizona area is in Tucson and is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information, call 520-318-6740.

American Southwest Credit Union

The American Southwest Credit Union offers its members a variety of financial services, including regular share accounts, share certificate accounts, free share draft (checking) accounts, money market share accounts, IRAs, Visa debit cards, ATM cards, Visa credit cards, Internet banking, mobile and text banking, traveler’s checks and money orders, and a wide variety of consumerand mortgage loans. Members may take advantage of direct deposits, payroll deduction, and low-cost ACH and wire services. Membership is open to everyone on Fort Huachuca, including residents of Cochise, Santa Cruz and southeastern Pima counties. Contact a member service representative at any of the credit union’s seven branch locations for other account information.

The American Southwest Credit Union is in Building 41331, off Smith Avenue at the traffic circle. The Fort Huachuca branch is a full-service facility, open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Call 520-458-6044 for more information. The main office has Saturday hours 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and is at 3090 E. Fry Blvd. in Sierra Vista. For more information, call 520-459-1860 or toll free 800-752-6394. Visit the website at or email

Armed Forces Bank

Armed Forces Bank operates two full-service branches on Fort Huachuca. The main bank is in Building 52035. The hours of operation of the main bank are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. The Exchange branch, inside the main PX, is open seven days a week and most major holidays. Hours of operation are the same hours as the Exchange.

Armed Forces Bank, a national bank, specializes in military banking and has served active-duty members, retirees and civilians since 1907. Customers can bank worldwide by phone, Internet, mail and ATM. The bank provides easy and affordable access to its services through toll-free customer service numbers, online banking and major ATM networks. In addition, the bank has a 24-hour account information line and a call center with representatives available 24/7 to assist customers.

Armed Forces Bank offers a variety of services, including free checking, classic checking, interest-bearing checking, savings accounts, certificates of deposit, individual retirement accounts and loans (consumer, auto and home). In addition, the bank offers competitive deposit and loan rates, traveler’s checks, cashier’s checks, money orders, ATM and debit cards, credit cards and many other services. For additional information, call the main bank at 520-452-8630, the Exchange branch at 520-439-5631 and 24-hour customer service at 888-929-2265 or visit their website at

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Army Community Service

As the commander’s “partner in readiness,” Fort Huachuca Army Community Service (ACS), in Building 50010 on the Smith Avenue traffic circle, is dedicated to helping military personnel and their family members.

Through outreach to all military units, ACS provides information, assistance and guidance to members of the community and helps those members to better meet personal and family problems beyond the scope of their own resources. The ACS sponsors a variety of programs.

The Family Advocacy Program provides information, training and support to families on child and spouse abuse prevention. Classes are aimed at education in the prevention of child and spouse abuse and are presented to troops and the community.

The Financial Readiness Program assists Soldiers with security issues. Information on consumer affairs, as well as financial planning and assistance, is available through ACS. It assists with consumer complaints, checkbook and budget management, and debt liquidation. It also offers budget counseling and consumer awareness classes.

The Relocation Readiness Program (RRP) is designed to make transition into our community an easier, more pleasant experience. The RRP provides numerous resources, information and classes for the Soldier and family upon relocating to Fort Huachuca. Re-entry briefs are offered at the weekly in-processing briefings.

Outgoing Soldiers and families are offered counseling and gaining installation information (Military OneSource, Plan My Move assistance, sponsorship requests and overseas orientations). For more information, call 520-533-5919, DSN 821-5919.

The Lending Locker provides essential items primarily for the permanent change of station family while household goods are in transit. The inventory includes cookware, dinnerware, small kitchen appliances and infant car seats.

The Family Services Program provides training for Family Readiness Groups. The office is open 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Thursday and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday. For additional information, call 520-533-2330.

The Information, Referral and Follow-up Program provides ready access to information on resources available to Soldiers and family members.

Employment assistance is provided to eligible personnel in finding public and private sector employment.

Army Community Service centralizes many resources to solve problems affecting the morale and well-being of members of the military community.

Army Emergency Relief

The Army Emergency Relief Office (AER) is in Building 50010 at the Smith Avenue traffic circle.

AER was organized during the early part of World War II by popular demand. Army members sought an agency of their own to which they could turn for assistance in emergencies.

Accordingly, AER was organized to collect, hold and disburse funds for this purpose. Its motto, “the Army takes care of its own,” has been proudly supported since its beginning by both active and retired members of the military and their families. This nonprofit organization achieves this ongoing mission with the generous donations made throughout the year and contributions received during the yearly AER Campaign held March 1 through May 15.

Those eligible for AER assistance include Soldiers on extended active duty and their dependents, and Reserve component Soldiers (Army National Guard and U.S. Army Reserve) who are active duty on training or serving under various sections of Title 10, United States Code. This also applies to Soldiers retired from active duty for longevity, retired by reason of physical disability or retired at age 60 under Section 1331, Title 10, United States Code. Dependents are included, as well as surviving spouses and orphans of eligible Soldiers who died while on active duty or after they were retired as previously identified.

The AER works hand in hand with the American Red Cross and relief organizations of the Navy and Air Force.

In recognition of a need that exists for Army members, AER established an undergraduate educational assistance program as a secondary program to that of providing emergency financial assistance. The educational assistance program is designed to assist spouses and dependent children of Army personnel who need financial assistance to pursue postsecondary-level study, to include vocational training, preparation for acceptance by service academies and college education.

AER assistance is extended by grants or noninterest-bearing loans repaid by allotment or both. Personnel who need emergency assistance from AER should first report their problem to their unit commander or first sergeant. Secondly, personnel should come to Army Community Service (Building 50010) and pick up an application to begin a request for assistance. The AER officer or the AER assistant will then conduct an interview. If all conditions of AR 930-4 are met and the situation warrants, AER will extend assistance. For all other AER inquiries, call 520-533-5312.

Army Hotels Division — IHG

The IHG Army Hotel, Fort Huachuca, is a four-building, 243-room complex off Lawton Street and next to the Lakeside Terraces Park. The front desk is in Building 43083. Call 877-711-8326 or local numbers 520-458-9066, 520-533-5361/2222/5950 for information and reservations.

The Candlewood Suites hotel is the new IHG property on post at 1175 Smith Ave., Building 44420. The new hotel has approximately 243 rooms, including distinguished visitor quarters. Some amenities provided are hot breakfast, a pool and elevators. For additional information, call 520-226-3800.

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Baker’s Flor — Main Gate

Baker’s Flor is in Building 15491, next to the Main Gate Express. The hours of operation are 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

Burger King

Burger King is on Smith Avenue in Building 51004. Hours are 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday.

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Child, Youth and School (CYS) Services

Child, Youth and School Services include Child Development Services, the School-age Center and Youth Services. By combining these activities under one umbrella, the installation is able to offer one-stop shopping for patrons seeking programs for children and youth. To register for any CYS Services program, visit the Parent Central Services Office, in Building 52111, Tindall Street. To make an appointment, call 520-533-0738.

Child Development Services is comprised of center-based and quarters-based child development programs. The developmental concept reflects the knowledge and understanding of each child’s physical, social, emotional, and cognitive growth and maturation. It provides age-appropriate opportunities and carefully planned and supervised activities that focus on each child’s individual needs and interests. Programs are provided for infants 6 weeks through kindergarten in the Child Development Center and 6 weeks to 12 years of age in the Family Child Care Program. Full-day, part-day and hourly programs are available. Each program’s curriculum allows for active and quiet play, indoor and outdoor activities, group and individual experiences, and free-play opportunities.

The New Beginnings Child Development Center (CDC), Building 48101 on Smith Avenue, is open 5:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. For specific information, call 520-533-5209. The Expanding Horizons CDC, in Building 49055 on Cushing Street, offers a part-day program. For more information, call 520-538-6319. The Hourly Care Room at the Murr Community Center provides hourly care 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Registered patrons can make hourly care appointments by calling 520-533-0328. Fees for full-day and part-day programs are based on total family income.

The Family Child Care (FCC) Program provides care in government quarters on the installation. All FCC providers must be registered with and certified by CYS Services. Family Child Care Homes are closely monitored by the FCC director, as well as fire, health and safety personnel. This program offers care in a smaller, home setting and is a viable option for Soldiers who need extended care for their children. For more information, call the FCC director at 520-533-2498.

School-age Center

School-age children from first through fifth grade participate in a variety of activities, including the Boys & Girls Club and 4-H, through the School-age Center Program. The School-age Center provides supervised before- and after-school programs that complement, rather than duplicate, children’s school experiences. Programs include activities in arts and crafts, music, science, technology, woodworking, gym (physical activity), manipulatives, writing, blocks, library, bowling and field trips. The center also has a technology lab and a homework center. The technology lab gives children the opportunity to acquire basic computer literacy and is equipped with 15 multimedia, personal computers with CD-ROMs, speakers, color printers and modems for Internet and email use. The homework center instructor provides after-school assistance to help strengthen children’s academic and learning skills in a safe, age-appropriate environment. The School-age Center is on Hatfield Street, Building 52056, and operates 5:30 to 8 a.m. and 2:30 to 6 p.m. during school days Monday through Friday. For nonschool and vacation days, it is open 5:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Fees are based on total family income. For more information, call 520-533-7634.

Youth Services

The Youth Center offers a wide variety of recreational, social and educational activities for youth from the sixth through the 12th grades. The After-school Program is offered until 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday and until 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. During nonschool days and vacations, the program is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Youth can participate in bowling, swimming, computer lab, arts and crafts, field trips and video games. There is no charge for this program during the school year. There is a nominal, weekly fee for the Summer Program (prior to 1 p.m.). For more information, call 520-533-8217.

Youth ages 15 to 18 can sign up to participate in the HIRED! Program, a workforce-preparation apprenticeship program that provides the opportunity to work after school and on weekends in Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation (FMWR) operations on the garrison (e.g., food service and outdoor recreation). Each of the four sessions per year is 12 weeks in duration. For more information about the HIRED! Program, call520-533-3205.

The Experience, Develop, Grow and Excel (EDGE!) Program provides classes for youth in a standardized framework and includes the following four interest-area packages: Art EDGE!, Life EDGE!, Adventure EDGE! and Fit EDGE! Classes are conducted during after-school hours Monday through Friday in one-month increments. For current class offerings, please call 520-533-8437.

The Youth Sports and Fitness Program

The Youth Sports and Fitness (YSF) Program provides a variety of team sports (e.g., soccer, basketball and Little League), wrestling, golf and minisports classes. The YSF Program partners with off-post organizations such as the Sierra Vista Soccer Club and Sierra Vista Little League. This program also offers adults the opportunity to work with youth as volunteer coaches and chaperones for many of the programs and activities. For more information, call 520-533-8437.

SKIES Unlimited Instructional Classes

The SKIES Unlimited Program offers a variety of instructional classes that include gymnastics, martial arts, piano, cooking, dance, computers, and arts and crafts. To contact the SKIES Unlimited instructional programs specialist, call 520-533-4823.

For general information about CYS Services programs or to register for a program, contact the Parent Central Services Office at 520-533-0738.

School Liaison Services

The School Liaison Officer (SLO) helps address educational issues by involving military children and youth in the local school community. By partnering with the local and military communities, the SLO acts as a communication link between the garrison and surrounding school districts. To contact the SLO, call 520-533-0874.

Civilian Payroll Office

The Civilian Payroll Office is in Building 41408 on Boyd Avenue. The Civilian Payroll Office has a customer service representative who acts as the liaison between the customer and main payroll at DFAS-Denver. All questions relating to active civil service employees’ pay should first be directed to the employee’s timekeeper. Civilian Payroll is open 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. Employees can contact the Civilian Payroll Office by phone at 520-533-2323/7056 fax at 520-533-3430, or stop by during business hours.

Civilian Personnel Advisory Center

The Civilian Personnel Advisory Center (CPAC) serves as consultant to commanders, supervisors, management officials and employees in developing and administering a comprehensive civilian human resources program. The CPAC provides guidance and assists supervisors in developing and administering their civilian personnel programs designed to obtain, compensate and retain a qualified, effective and efficient workforce while ensuring compliance with legal, regulatory and procedural controls.

The CPAC also provides limited advice and support concerning retirement and benefits by assisting employees with the Armywide online tools at and contact information to the Army Benefits Center. For benefits assistance, call 520-533-0069. The CPAC is in Building 22216. For more information, call 520-533-5273.

Class Six Store/Express

The Class Six/Express store is conveniently located in Building 52038 near the Main Post Exchange. The Class Six carries a variety of convenient groceries, health and beauty care products, delicatessen items, beer, wine and distilled beverages. Hours are 5:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday,5:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday and 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday.


The post’s commissary opened in June 1978 and received major renovations in 1997. The store, in Building 61610 on the corner of Arizona and Hatfield streets, has 31,200 square feet of shopping area and 15 checkout counters. It regularly stocks 16,000 line items. Its hours of operation are 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. For more information, call 520-533-5540.

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Defense Military Pay Office

The Defense Military Pay Office, in Building 41420, provides military pay support to military personnel and their family members. Support includes customer service, in- and out-processing, retirement, separation, and National Guard and Reserve Pay.

Operating hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. The dedicated personnel of the Defense Military Pay Office are committed to helping in any way possible to meet customer needs. For more information, call 520-533-2011.

Dental Services

Dental Services’ mission is “to support Fort Huachuca units readiness and wellness with compassion and empathy.”

Runion Dental Clinic is in Building 45005, at the corner of Arizona Street and Winrow Avenue, next to Raymond W. Bliss Health Care Center. Dental clinic hours of operation are 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Walk-in sick call hours are 7 to 9 a.m. Service members signing in after this time will be seen on a space-available basis. Yearly exam and cleanings are done by appointment only. For general information and appointments, call the clinic reception desk at 520-533-3147/3447.

For active-duty service members: All emergencies — facial trauma, dental infection and post-treatment complications — are welcome during normal clinic hours. For dental emergencies after normal clinic hours, please call the DCQ (Dental Charge of Quarters) at 520-227-5563. DENTAC policy requires that any females seeking after-hours emergency care must have an escort with them at all times.

For family members: Fort information regarding family member dental insurance, please visit or call MetLife at 855-638-8371.

Distributed Learning System

Distributed Learning System (DLS) delivers training for a new Department of Defense initiative known as Advanced Distributed Learning.

Distance learning in the information age has unleashed the potential to transform Army training. From the classroom to the field, training is now available anywhere in the world, utilizing the latest in technology.

DLS delivers standardized individual, collective and self-development training to Soldiers and units, anywhere and anytime, through electronically mediated instruction including satellite, video, audio, computer and other forms of media.

The Fort Huachuca DLS Digital Training Facility is in Room 1046B, Building 61801 (Greely Hall). Hours of operation are 6:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

To reserve a classroom for individual or organization training of any kind, simply call 520-533-9476 to arrange for scheduling.

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Education/Training Center

The Buffalo Soldier Education/Training Center provides adult educational programs as part of the worldwide Army Continuing Education System (ACES). The mission of ACES is to promote lifelong learning, readiness and resilience through flexible and relevant education programs, services and systems in support of the Total Army Family.

Depending on services needed, eligible clients include all assigned active-duty military personnel, Department of Defense civilian employees, contractors and adult family members.

The wide range of ACES programs and services includes vocational and educational counseling, functional academic skills training, general technical improvement, college and Army Personnel Testing, undergraduate and graduate college programs, financial assistance/information, and computer laboratory and computer classroom resources for educational training purposes. Qualified professional counselors can help clients set realistic, yet challenging educational and vocational goals. The ACES counselors provide all the information necessary to develop a plan of action to meet personal and professional goals.

The center provides extensive testing services, including college entrance exams, as the ACT and SAT, the Test of Adult Basic Education, Pearson VUE and all Army Personnel Tests.

The College Level Examination Program, ACT/SAT Program and many other tests are available to military personnel at no cost. College credit may be awarded for successful completion of many of these tests.

ACES is the Armywide proponent for Army Learning Center support. Currently the center, named the Rascon Learning Center, is in Building 52104 at the corner of La Guardia and Hatfield streets. Its services include assistance with Army correspondence courses, scheduling of classrooms, a computer laboratory for military or academic work and assistance with Army publications. The operating hours for the Multi-use Learning Facility are 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7:30 a.m. to noon Friday. Additionally, the computer lab is open 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday,7:30 a.m. to noon Friday and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. Telephone numbers are 520-533-3010 and 520-533-2255.

On-post college courses and programs are available from four institutions. Cochise College provides courses and programs that lead to an associate degree. Wayland Baptist University provides courses that lead to a bachelor’s and master’s degrees in various disciplines, including intelligence operations, management and elementary education. Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University provides courses that lead to a bachelor’s or master’s degree in various disciplines to include aviation, logistics and technical management. The University of Arizona South provides courses leading to a bachelor’s degree in history with a minor in government/political science.

Army tuition assistance is available to most Soldiers who take college courses. Information about Veterans Affairs education benefits and other federal and local financial aid is available as well.

The Buffalo Soldier Education/Training Center is located with the Rascon Learning Center in Building 52104. Hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to noon Friday and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. Telephone numbers are 520-533-2255 and 520-533-3010.


Nonappropriated Fund Human Resources Office

The Nonappropriated Fund (NAF) Human Resources Office offers employment opportunities in the various Directorate of Morale, Welfare and Recreation activities. There are a variety of positions ranging from animal caretakers who care for horses, dogs, etc.; program assistants for child care; a variety of food service positions within the clubs; management positions; and recreation positions.

There are flexible, part-time and full-time positions to suit most everyone’s needs. FMWR-NAF employs more than 350 team members at Fort Huachuca. There are positions available for off-duty Soldiers, family members and civilians. For family members of active-duty military Soldiers, there is the Spouse Employment Program, which offers preference for employment to those who qualify. NAF offers an excellent benefit package for part-time and full-time positions, including participation in the 401(k) program, annual and sick leave, and health and life insurance.

The NAF Human Resources Office is in Building 22216. The office hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Wednesday and Friday; and 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday. Visit for more information. If you desire further information or would like to join the FMWR team at Fort Huachuca, stop by or call 520-533-5155.

Environmental Division

The Post Environmental Office is responsible for maintenance of trees in the developed areas of post and use, maintenance and protection of woodlands. It also provides information on firewood availability, hiking trails and types of trees on post. Self-cut firewood permits may be available during the year. Other forest products available are scrap lumber at no charge and woodchip mulch at $5 per pickup load. Contact the Forestry Office at 520-533-8763 for prices and availability.

All sales are open to the public on a first-come, first-served basis, cash or check. The removal of any forest products or other plant materials requires a permit.

Hikers can obtain guides that list trails on Fort Huachuca from the Environmental Office in Building 22526. The guide provides trail locations on both topographical and drawn maps of the 11 major hiking trails (approximately 43 miles) in the Huachuca Mountains. Some trails on post are overgrown or faint and require good pathfinding skills.

Equal Employment Opportunity

The Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Office has the primary staff responsibility for advising the installation commanders and managers on the compliance requirements for Fort Huachuca’s EEO program. The Special Emphasis Program, Disability Program, Affirmative Employment Program and the Complaints Program make up the components of the EEO office.

The overall purpose of the EEO program is to establish and maintain a work environment free of discrimination. The main objective of the program is to develop goal-oriented actions to maintain optimal employment conditions for all federal civilian employees or applicants for federal employment. The EEO Office works closely with all the garrison and partner organizations on Fort Huachuca.

The installation EEO officer is responsible for carrying out the EEO counseling program. This includes training collateral duty EEO counselors who are appointed by the installation commander upon recommendation from the EEO officer.

Another program at Fort Huachuca is the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Program. Mediation is the chosen ADR method of informally attempting resolution in many of the cases that are filed within the installation.

The Affirmative Employment Program is responsible for monitoring the statistical data on low participation rates in the workforce and works with selecting officials to improve any imbalances, compared to the appropriate census data.

The Special Emphasis Program is responsible for representing multicultural organizations such as the Black Employment Program, American Indian/Alaskan Native Program, Hispanic Employment, Asian-American/Pacific Islander Employment Program, Federal Women’s Program and Individuals with Disabilities Program. Its focus is to promote a positive work environment, provide training opportunities on cross-cultural awareness, be respected and supported by the employees, assist to minimize complaints and have overall customer satisfaction.

The EEO Office is in Building 22328, Augur Avenue. For additional information, contact the EEO Office at 520-533-2028 or by fax at 520-533-3366.

Furniture Store/Outdoor Living Center

The Furniture Store/Outdoor Living Center is in Building 52048, across the parking lot from the Main Post Exchange. The Furniture Store/Outdoor Living Center has a selection of several different styles of furniture and accessories for every room in your home, including washers, dryers, refrigerators and freezers. The Outdoor Living Center carries all types of plants and seeds for the casual or serious gardener and all the supplies to take care of your garden. It also carries pool supplies, barbecue grills, lawn mowers and patio furniture. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

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Directorate of Human Resources

The Directorate of Human Resources recently implemented several changes to streamline Soldier in- and out-processing procedures. These efficiencies are more Soldier-friendly and have reduced the time required for Soldiers to process in and out of Fort Huachuca.

The new procedures for in-processing allow Soldiers to tailor their processing to meet their individual and family needs. Some mandatory stops (Personnel, Finance, MEDDAC, Central Issue Facility and Army Substance Abuse Program) still exist. However, many of these mandatory stops are within a small footprint and within walking distance. Also within the footprint are several optional stops, depending on Soldiers’ needs and interests. To expedite the process further, many agencies that previously required long information briefings have condensed their information into customer handouts and fact sheets that are available at Whitside Hall.

A Soldier’s first stop to in-process remains his or her unit of assignment. Soldiers must sign in from leave at their unit. The unit then performs unit-specific processing in conjunction with Post Security and the Directorate of Information Management. The unit prepares a duty position assignment memorandum and makes the Soldier an appointment to in-process at 7:30 a.m. Monday through Friday in Whitside Hall. Soldiers in-processing must have the following items in their possession: military personnel record jacket; finance, medical, dental and education records; duty position assignment memorandum; ID card and tags; unit in-processing checklist; DA Form 31; assignment orders, to include amendments and endorsements; latest noncommissioned officer (NCO) or officer evaluation report (E-5 and above); and promotion packet (if on the E-5 or E-6 promotion list). The only other mandatory stops are at Central Issue Facility, MEDDAC and Murr Community Center, where Soldiers will receive mandatory briefings on TRICARE and Put Prevention into Practice on the first Tuesday after arrival on post.

The new out-processing procedures also save Soldiers considerable time. The key to the time saving is the Department of the Army Installation Support Module system. This program allows agencies to electronically preclear departing Soldiers up to 30 days prior to permanent change of station, end tour of service or retirement. If an activity does not indicate a need to see a Soldier, then the Military Personnel Division will clear Soldiers and allow them to depart Fort Huachuca. Soldiers can help this process work for them by ensuring that open business accounts with agencies (such as books checked out of the library) are closed out once they receive their official orders. The new Army Transition policy for those who will be separating or retiring begins 18 months prior to separation/retirement with the completion of a DD Form 2648, Pre-separation Counseling Checklist, at the Soldier For Life – Transition Assistance Program (SFL-TAP) Center and continues until final separation.

The Education Center, DENTAC and the veterinary facility help to reduce mandatory out-processing stops by delivering Soldier records to Whitside Hall three days prior to the final out-processing appointment. These streamlined procedures leave only two mandatory stops (CIF and MEDDAC) outside of the processing footprint.

Inspector General

Inspectors general are an extension of the eyes, ears and conscience of their commanders and report upon the mission accomplishment, state of discipline, training, readiness and morale of their commands. Inspectors general gather information through the use of inspections and investigations and by processing requests for assistance or complaints from the military and civilian communities.

The Office of the Inspector General, U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence and Fort Huachuca are responsible for matters that affect the Intelligence Center of Excellence and the garrison operations that support Fort Huachuca. The office is in Building 31044 on Christy Avenue within the historical old post area. The telephone number is 520-533-1144 and voice mail is available after duty hours. The Office of the Inspector General is responsible for matters that affect the members of that command, including the 11th Signal Brigade. The office is in Greely Hall, Building 61801, Room 3521, and can be reached at 520-538-7006.


The Launderette is in Building 52045 and is open 24/7.

Laundry/Dry Cleaners

The Laundry/Dry Cleaners is in Building 52045. The facility offers laundry and dry cleaning services for military uniforms of all branches and also for civilian clothing. Hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.

Laundry/Dry Cleaners/Alterations

The Laundry/Dry Cleaners/Alterations is in Building 80501 at Prosser Village. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Legal Services

The Office of the Staff Judge Advocate is in Building 51102 on Hatfield Street across from the post Exchange complex. Services are available to service members, their family members and retirees. These services include legal assistance and claims. Legal assistance includes notaries, powers of attorney, wills and the preparation of other legal documents. Attorneys are available for advice and consultation by appointment on personal legal matters in many areas, including family law, landlord-tenant law, consumer law, and tax, real estate and military law. The hours of operation are:

  • Notaries and Powers of Attorney: 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday
  • Wills: Will interviews are conducted 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Monday by appointment. Will executions are done Wednesday and Thursday by appointment.
  • Other Legal Matters: All other matters are handled Tuesday through Thursday by appointment.
  • Claims: Processing for damage or loss of property includes household goods and vehicles shipped from overseas. The hours of operation are 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday and Friday and 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday.

For more information on legal services provided, or to schedule an appointment, call 520-533-2009. For assistance in filling out the claims packet or resolving any problems with the claim, contact the Claims Division at 520-533-2212.


The Department of the Army signed the first agreement creating a partnership between the Department of Defense and a municipality for library services for Soldiers and Army families with the Sierra Vista Public Library. This groundbreaking partnership blazes a new trail in providing first-class library services to Soldiers and Army families. The Sierra Vista Public Library is within 15 minutes of the post, at 2600 E. Tacoma St., Sierra Vista. The hours of operation are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. For more information, call 520-458-4225.

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Main Gate Express

Conveniently located just inside the Main Gate, the Main Gate Express is a self-serve gas station with 24-hour fueling available and free water and air. Located in Building 15491, the Main Gate Express offers convenience store drinks and snacks, fresh popcorn, Deli Express hot dogs, a Class Six availability of alcoholic beverages, books and magazines, and an ATM. Hours are 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday and 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday.

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Medical Services


Provide high quality, patient-centered health care. Ensure our AMEDD Soldiers are prepared to meet the operational needs of our nation. Take care of each other.


Raymond W. Bliss Army Health Center (RWBAHC) team facilitates improved individual and community health through a cooperative effort between the staff and the patients served.


For appointments, call 520-533-9200. More RWBAHC information is available at RWBAHC strives to be a leader in health care and a model for rural military health care facilities in the Southwest. RWBAHC will continue to develop strategies to support its mission of providing quality health care in support of the Army mission.

Appointments can also be made online at TRICARE Online appointments can be made for primary care, well baby, well woman, post deployment health assessments (if the service member is under 40), nutrition and optometry.

Family Care Clinics A/B

The Family Care Clinics A/B are in the main health care facility, Building 45001, 2240 E. Winrow Ave. The clinics offer an integration of both pediatric and adult services. For an appointment with a Primary Care Manager, dial Central Appointments at 520-533-9200, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, except holidays.

Front Desk

Hours of operation are from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Soldier Centered Clinic

The Soldier Centered Clinic is for active-duty permanent party service members. Flight personnel, Officer Basic and advance course students and NCO Academy students receive medical care at Soldier Centered Clinic, Building 51101, Winans Road, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday by appointment only. Patients (except flight personnel) must call 520-533-9200/877-856-2821 to schedule an appointment. For all patients 40 and older who need a periodic health assessment, call 520-533-9043. Flight personnel may book appointments by calling 520-538-1546. For clinic information or assistance, call 520-533-2627.

Military Intelligence Student Clinic

The Military Intelligence Student Clinic (MISC) is in Building 84550A, Hunt Avenue. MISC provides sick-call service to active-duty Initial Entry Training students and reclassification Soldiers. Hours are 5 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday. For an appointment, call 520-533-6709.

Allergy/Immunization Clinic

Patients are seen by referral only. The clinic will contact the patient to schedule an appointment. Call 520-533-8813 for information.

Weekend and Holiday Access Clinic

Urgent and acute minor illness medical care is provided for active-duty personnel and TRICARE Prime beneficiaries. The Weekend and Holiday Access Clinic (WHAC) is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. every weekend, holidays and training holidays. The clinic is closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas. Call 520-533-9164 during clinic hours to schedule an appointment. The WHAC is in the main Health Center, Building 45001, Winrow Ave.

TRICARE Prime beneficiaries who have urgent or acute medical issues when RWBAHC is closed can contact the After-Hours Nurse-advice Line at 520-533-9200, option 5.

Optometry Clinic

Examinations are by appointment only. Clinic hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, except holidays. To make an appointment, call 520-533-9197.

Physical Therapy/Sports Medicine

Patients are seen by referral only. Hours of operation are 5 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, except holidays. Early and late hours are available for the student population. To make an appointment after receiving a referral, call 520-533-9102.

Nurse-advice Line

If you need medical advice after hours, please contact the Nurse-advice Line, 520-533-9200, option 5, for home care and treatment instructions. The Nurse-advice Line provides authorizations for after-hours treatment at local urgent care centers.

Urgent Care

Call 520-533-2963 if you need to contact the after-duty hours primary care manager (PCM) for urgent issues that cannot wait until the following business day. RWBAHC does not have emergency room capability.

Emergency room care is provided by Sierra Vista Regional Health Center at 300 El Camino Real, 24/7. TRICARE Prime enrollees may incur out-of-pocket costs for inappropriate emergency room use. TRICARE Prime enrollees are to check with their PCM for guidance.

Patient Advocate

The Patient Advocate is available to assist you with all concerns regarding the health center or clinic appointments and operations. Hours of operation are 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, except holidays, or call 520-533-2313.

Military Clothing Sales Store

The Military Clothing Sales Store is in Building 80501 at Prosser Village. This facility stocks issue and commercial military items as well as other military-related merchandise. Hours are 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.

Murr Community Center

The Murr Community Center is in Building 51301, Cushing Street. Facilities include two large, multipurpose rooms and a large patio that are used for training, Fort Huachuca Town Hall meetings and other activities. The community center is operated by the MWR Ticket Office. The center sells tickets to local events and Southern California attractions.

For room reservations or other information, call 520-533-2404. The Cafe at Murr is in the Murr Community Center and is the place to enjoy a great cup of cappuccino. For more information, call 520-533-2404.

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Post Exchange

The Main Post Exchange (PX), in Building 52030, offers a wide variety of goods and services. There is also a Wireless Mobile Center by the Power Zone in the PX. Hours of operation are 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday.

Located in the PX Mall are the flower shop, GNC, barbershop, beauty shop, optical shop and other short-term vendors offering a wide range of services and products.

The PX food court offers a variety of foods. Hours of operation for Starbucks are 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. Specialty Express hours of operation are 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.

The Regimental Troop Store with gas and Mini Mall Food Court is in Building 82301 at the intersection of Hatfield and Bissel streets near the East Gate. Hours of operation are 6 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.Sunday.

The Mini Mall Food Court offers Baskin-Robbins, Charley’s Grilled Subs, Popeyes Chicken and Taco Bell. Hours of operation are:

  • Baskin-Robbins: 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday.
  • Charley’s Grilled Subs: 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday.
  • Popeyes Chicken: 10:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 10:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Sunday.
  • Taco Bell: 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday.

Also in the mini mall are Enterprise Car Rental, Wrap It Up Shop and a barbershop. Hours of operation are:

  • Barbershop: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday; and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
  • Enterprise Car Rental: 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and 3 to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, closed Saturday and Sunday.
  • Wrap It Up Shop: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, closed Saturday and Sunday.

Post Office

Fort Huachuca’s branch of the U.S. Postal Service is near the Main Post Exchange mall, in Building 52040. Mail is delivered to groupings of mail boxes located centrally between several sets of quarters. Outgoing mail for the day should be in the post office no later than 4 p.m.

The post office provides all services, including express mail. It is open 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Post office box rentals are available, and the box lobby is open seven days a week. The ZIP code for post office box service is 85670. The ZIP code for all other Fort Huachuca mail service is85613.

Provost Marshal — Directorate of Emergency Services

The Directorate of Emergency Services (DES) is in Building 31043. The mission of the DES is to provide quality law enforcement and fire protection and inspection services to the Fort Huachuca community. The law enforcement division includes physical security, traffic supervision, military police investigations and liaison with surrounding civilian law enforcement agencies. The fire department, in addition to firefighting, provides emergency medical services in response to on-post 911 calls and fire prevention inspections and instructs post personnel on fire prevention. The law enforcement division is primarily responsible for the security of the installation and enforcement of rules, regulations and laws governing the Fort Huachuca community.


The Fort Huachuca police strictly enforce the installation curfew policy. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent or under adult supervision between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. Children 16 and 17 years old must be accompanied by a parent or under adult supervision between the hours of midnight and 5 a.m. A curfew permit can be obtained from the Fort Huachuca police and the Youth Services Activity Center. The permit authorizes children to travel unaccompanied during the hours of the curfew from one specific location to another as designated by the parent or guardian. A parent or legal guardian must sign the permit.

Fort Huachuca Police

The Fort Huachuca police support a variety of community-based programs and services. They provide assistance in crime prevention and education and, upon written request, will give classes for special unit events and functions on safety and child-related issues. For more information, call 520-533-3332.

Dial 911 for all on-post medical emergencies and for crimes in progress. For suspicious activities, call the WATCH hotline at 520-538-6969. For disturbances, call 520-533-3000/2183. To report traffic accidents and contact the Fort Huachuca police in Building 22336, call 520-533-3000. The Fort HuachucaPolice Desk operates 24/7. All personnel should keep this phone number available.

Motorcycle Requirements

All military personnel must complete a Basic Motorcycle Safety Foundation Course (accredited through the Motorcycle Safety Foundation) in order to ride a motorcycle. All personnel (military and civilian) while operating motorcycles on Fort Huachuca must wear a Department of Transportation-approved helmet, clear goggles or attached face shield, full-fingered gloves, long trousers and a long-sleeved shirt or jacket. A high-visibility upper garment is required by day, a retro-reflective garment is required at night and leather or over-the-ankle shoes are required as per Fort Huachuca Regulation 190-5. The use of headphones is not authorized while driving any vehicle. Headlights must be activated at all times.

Weapons Registration

Weapon registration is required on Fort Huachuca. Personnel living on post must register their privately owned firearms within 72 hours of residing in quarters. Barracks residents must store their weapons in their respective unit’s arms room. Registration hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday at the Fort Huachuca Police Desk. For more information, call 520-533-3000/2183.

Fire Protection

Three fire stations operate on post under the direction of Directorate of Emergency Services. Station 1 is in Building 51028, Station 2 is in Building 68328 and Station 3 is in Building 91253. For on-post emergencies, dial 911. For routine information, call 520-533-2116.

Public Affairs

The Public Affairs Office (PAO), in Building 21115 on Adair Avenue and the west end of Brown Parade Field, conducts the post’s command information, public information and community relations programs. The public affairs officer is the official spokesperson for Fort Huachuca.

The PAO uses multiple traditional and online media outlets to keep the community informed of installation activities.

Another source of command information is the Commanders’ Access Channel (CAC). Channel 97 is available to all cable television subscribers on the post and it broadcasts news and information on local events. Units and approved activities can announce their activities over the CAC by submitting their information in writing to the PAO. For more information about the CAC, call 520-538-0050 or 520-533-1985.

Additionally, command information can be found on:

During times of emergency or increased force protection levels, everyone is encouraged to tune to the Commanders’ Access Channel or U.S. Army Fort Huachuca Facebook page for up-to-date information on operating hours and other items of common interest.

The PAO prepares news releases for use by local, regional and national media as part of the public information program. All inquiries by the news media regarding the post and its activities should be referred to the media relations officer at 520-533-1287.

Another responsibility of the PAO is community relations with post activities and community organizations, such as speaking engagements by installation leaders. For information about our community relations programs, call 520-533-1850.

Because of the number and variety of organizations on Fort Huachuca, most activities or units without public affairs offices may designate a representative to provide information and stories in support of their mission. Interested individuals may call the command information officer at 520-533-1985 for more information.

Religious Activities

Fort Huachuca has an active chapel program for military personnel, civilian employees, retirees and their family members. The Installation Ministry Team is composed of chaplains, chaplain assistants, civilian employees, contractors and many volunteers from the community. Together they provide a comprehensive and lively religious life program.

The post’s chapel worship schedule includes general Protestant worship, a Protestant gospel service, Roman Catholic Masses and Jewish services, along with Muslim prayer time. Local community churches offer denominational services that cannot be provided on post.

The larger of the two chapels on Fort Huachuca is the Main Post Chapel, at the corner of Lawton Road and Smith Avenue. The Main Post Chapel was built in 1973. This handicapped-accessible facility houses a 600-seat chapel, religious education classrooms, a multipurpose meeting room, child care facilities, a Blessed Sacrament Chapel, a kitchen and administrative offices.

Kino Chapel, on Kino Avenue near the staff judge advocate’s office, is a 300-seat chapel with administrative offices, as well as a conference and activity room. This facility houses the family life chaplain, 520-533-1278.

Prosser Village Chapel Annex, on the corner of Bissel and Stein near the Eifler Gym, houses the MI Battalion chaplains and their chaplain assistants.

The Installation Ministry Team provides a wide range of religious support, which includes services, rites, weddings, funerals, memorial services, baptisms, patriotic observances and seasonal religious celebrations. The team provides a wide range of pastoral care and counseling ministry. This includes crisis ministry, family enrichment, marriage preparation and deployment cycle support ministry.

The post’s religious education program includes a variety of religious education activities for all faiths. Protestant activities include adult Soldier Bible studies, Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed children’s program, Protestant Women of the Chapel (PWOC) Bible study groups and Vacation Bible School. Catholic offerings include Confraternity of Christian Doctrine classes and the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults.

The chapel worship is supported by an active music program for adult choirs and youth, as well as special seasonal musical offerings. Auxiliary chapel programs include PWOC, Military Council of Catholic Women, Rosary Guild and chapel youth groups.

The installation staff chaplain sponsors the Turn Around Point, housed in the building with the post laundromat near the post office. Turn Around Point is staffed with volunteers and recycles gently used clothing, household goods and seasonal items at no cost. The Widowed Support Center, a private organization at the Main Gate of Fort Huachuca, provides volunteer support to individuals who have experienced the loss of a loved one. To inquire about chapel services or programs or to make an appointment with a chaplain, call the Main Post Chapel at 520-533-2366/4748.

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The school district operates a special needs preschool for 3-year-old, 4-year-old and nonkindergarten 5-year-old children. Children in the program may participate in motor, cognitive and language activities specifically suited to their needs. Speech, physical and occupational therapies are also available when appropriate. The school system is operated in accordance with the laws of the state of Arizona and is under supervision of the Cochise County School superintendent.

Students are registered at the school that houses their particular grade level.

General Myer Elementary School, on Smith Avenue between Arizona and Burns streets, houses all third-, fourth- and fifth-grade classes.

Colonel Johnston Elementary School, on Rucker Street between Winrow Road and Smith Avenue, houses all kindergarten, first- and second-grade classes.

Colonel Smith Middle School, at the intersection of Smith Avenue and Cushing Street, houses all sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade classes.

High school students residing on Fort Huachuca are transported off post to attend Buena High School — 520-515-2800 — in the Sierra Vista School District.

Soldier For Life – Transition Assistance Program

The SFL-TAP is a congressionally mandated Commander’s program that meets the needs of transitioning Soldiers, civilians and their family members as directed by congressional law. The SFL-TAP process is a carefully designed series of services that inform and assist in securing the help they need to transition successfully. For the military, the transition starts with a pre-separation briefing. Attendees learn about career options, transition benefits and the services available to assist them. Attendees continue their SFL-TAP involvement by visiting the SFL-TAP Center to register for additional services.

Pre-separation: All transitioning Soldiers are required by law to enroll in SFL-TAP. Retirees may enroll two years prior to projected retirement date and all others may enroll 18 months prior to separation date.

Workshop: The workshop covers job search skills such as resume and application development; dressing for success; interviewing skills; researching companies; networking; considering and negotiating job offers; and guidance on searching for employment through the Department of Labor. Clients are then encouraged to personally meet with professional counselors to develop and hone skills learned in the workshop and to use the computer workstations for developing resumes and researching job opportunities on the Internet.

Job Assistance: After completion of the workshop, transitioners may schedule individual counseling sessions. Counselors help job seekers identify an objective; write cover letters; complete applications; find job opportunities; prepare for interviews and job fairs; and negotiate for salary and benefits.

Finance: Transitioning Soldiers will complete five hours of financial planning as part of the five-day curriculum of the SFL-TAP process.

Veterans Affairs: Transitioning Soldiers will complete six hours of the congressionally mandated VA benefits briefings as part of the five-day curriculum of the SFL-TAP process.

ACAP is in Building 22420, in the Old Post area. Hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily. To make an appointment for preseparation briefings and three-day workshops, call 520-533-5764. The ACAP website address is

Soldier For Life – Retirement Services Office

The Soldier For Life – Retirement Services Office (SFL-RSO) provides assistance for more than 20,000 retired Army members and their families, to include widows and widowers within Arizona. The office serves as an information center and a liaison between retirees and various agencies that serve them (such as the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Defense Finance and Accounting Service).

Serving its clientele before and after retirement, the SFL-RSO advises retired military members of their rights, benefits and privileges. The program assists active-duty Soldiers in planning a successful and smooth retirement.

All Soldiers with more than 18.5 years of active service who are considering retirement should contact the SFL-RSO office for an appointment.

For additional information or to set up an appointment, call 520-533-5733/1120 or email

The mailing address is:

Commander, U.S. Army Intelligence
Center of Excellence
2660 Winrow Road
Building 41330
Fort Huachuca, AZ 85613

Thrift Shop

The Thrift Shop provides an outlet for the sale and purchase of used articles that are consigned or donated by active-duty military, retired military and civilian personnel.

The Thrift Shop is in Building 90012 at the Main Gate. The shop is open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday for shopping and until 12:30 p.m. for consignments. It is also open 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. the first Saturday of each month for shopping and until 10:30 a.m. for consignments.

The shop is staffed mainly with volunteers. For more information, call 520-458-4606 during operating hours.

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Thunder Mountain Activity Centre

The Thunder Mountain Activity Centre (TMAC) is a MWR facility that provides catering service, concessions, party rooms, and wedding and special events for all active-duty military, retired military and civilian personnel. The TMAC also offers a daily lunch buffet. For more information, call 520-533-3802.

The Thunder Mountain Activity Centre is in Building 70525 Irwin Street. Business hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday.


The Sierra Vista Public Transit System (SVPT) is provided by the city of Sierra Vista and is a public access transportation system. Sierra Vista Public Transit serves the city of Sierra Vista as well as Fort Huachuca. Free transfers are available between the fort and the city. Bus stops on the fort include Prosser Village and the PX.

Curbside services are available for senior citizens as well as the physically impaired and developmentally impaired. All vehicles are wheelchair-accessible. Fares are: regular $1.25, military $1, senior citizen 65 years and older 75 cents, disabled citizens 75 cents, students 75 cents and curbside-to-curbside service $2.

Additional information may be obtained at or by calling the SVPT office at 520-417-4888.


The Carlson Wagonlit Travel Office is in Building 52008 (across from the post commissary). The travel office provides reservations and ticketing services for official air travel in the continental United States. For reservations, call 520-515-0914. The fax number is 520-515-0916. Office hours are 7:30 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. To make arrangements for OCONUS TDY, call 520-533-2798 or Port Calls, call 520-533-2266. The Passenger Service section is in Building 22332 on Augur Avenue (around the corner from the MP station).

The nearest commercial airport is in Tucson, Arizona.

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Veterinary Services

The Veterinary Activity supports Fort Huachuca by providing food inspection and veterinary medical services for animals owned by authorized personnel. Veterinary medical services are limited by regulation but include routine vaccinations and certain classes of emergency care. For additional information or an appointment, call 520-533-2767.

Veterans Affairs Satellite Office

Veterans Affairs operates a satellite office at 101 N. Coronado Drive, Sierra Vista, to serve veterans in southeast Arizona and Cochise County. To make an appointment at this clinic, veterans must first call the VA Medical Center in Tucson at 800-470-8262, which will schedule your visit and ensure your medical records are available from Tucson for the local clinic. This process is necessary to ensure each veteran is scheduled to be seen by the correct clinic or medical personnel. Since the local clinic is small, some of the specialized care clinics are only available in Tucson. If needed, a shuttle service is available to transport individuals to the VA clinic.

Volunteer Coordinator

Fort Huachuca offers a single point of contact for volunteering on the installation. The Army Volunteer Corp coordinator (AVCC) can assist you with volunteer opportunities on the installation and sometimes has information about volunteering in the community. Volunteer opportunities are almost unlimited and your participation is welcomed and greatly appreciated. The AVCC will match your skills and interests with volunteer opportunities. Call the AVCC to learn how you can make a contribution to your community at 520-533-2330.

Wired Coffee

Wired Coffee in Greely Hall, Building 61801, is open 6:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Wired Coffee in Raymond W. Bliss Army Health Center is open 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

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