Fort Leavenworth, Kansas
Fort Leavenworth stands as the oldest continuously active Army post west of the Mississippi River. Since its founding in 1827, it has significantly evolved and today, as part of Installation Management Command - West Region, the Fort Leavenworth Garrison supports the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) by managing and maintaining the home of the U.S. Army Combined Arms Center (CAC). CAC's mission involves leader development, collective training, Army doctrine, and battle command (current and future).
Fort Leavenworth also accommodates the Department of Defense's only maximum security prison, the U.S. Disciplinary Barracks. In addition, the Fort Leavenworth Garrison supports numerous tenant organizations that directly and indirectly relate to the functions of the CAC.
Fort Leavenworth's proud history of service underscores the Garrison's stated purpose "to provide an environment for people to grow and flourish in service to the nation;" and this purpose underpins our mission statement "...to support readiness and mission execution - provide equitable services and facilities, optimize resources, sustain the environment and enhance the well-being of the Military community."
250 Gibbon Ave, Bldg. 120
Fort Leavenworth, KS 66027