FORT IRWIN

Fort Irwin Garrison

Vision: A community of choice within the Army, known as a Soldier and Family quality living environment. Mission: Ensure a sustainable community with a quality of life that’s appropriate for an all volunteer force while continuously improving the garrison organization to ensure it is prepared to meet the challenges of
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Headquarters, National Training Center

  Brigadier General  Theodore (Ted) D. Martin Commanding General National Training Center, Fort Irwin, California         The Martin family’s military heritage harkens back more than ten generations to 1776 when Private Daniel Martin enlisted in the 1st New Jersey Infantry Regiment and fought the British during the American
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Army Community Service

What is AFAP? AFAP is an Army-wide program to improve Army quality of life. Through AFAP, all members of the Army, including Active, Reserve, and National Guard Soldiers, Family members, retirees, surviving spouses, and Department of the Army civilians have a forum to voice concerns to Army leadership and make
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Firefighters train in HazMat

Story by Laurie Pearson on 02/24/2017 Firefighters from Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, the Army's Fort Irwin, and the cities of Anaheim, Barstow and Victorville, are engaged in ongoing training in the handling of hazardous materials through courses held aboard MCLB Barstow, Calif. "We plan,
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Raider Brigade synchronizes effects during CALFEX

Story by MAJ Randy Ready on 02/21/2017 There was more noise than usual coming from Fort Stewart throughout the month of February as 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division practiced synchronizing battlefield effects during company-level combined arms live-fire exercises. The CALFEXs were part of the brigade's training progression
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29 Palms FC defeats Pendleton FC in penalty shootout

Story by LCpl Dave Flores on 02/15/2017 MARINE CORPS AIR GROUND COMBAT CENTER TWENTYNINE PALMS, Calif. Marines with 29 Palms Futbol Club faced off against the Camp Pendleton's base team, Pendleton FC in a pre-season game on their own home turf of Felix Field aboard the Combat Center, Feb. 11,
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Greywolf senior NCO role changes hands

Story by SSG Leah Kilpatrick on 02/14/2017 FORT HOOD, Texas After almost two years of nearly non-stop activity, from garrison mission requirements to pre-deployment training, the Soldiers and Families of the 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division bade farewell to the brigade command sergeant major in a ceremony
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Marines and Soldiers train with RFID and Shout nano in tracking Railops

Story by Laurie Pearson on 02/14/2017 Marines from Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton joined forces with Marines from Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, and soldiers from the National Training Center, Fort Irwin, Calif., to test in-transit visibility of equipment being transported from west coast to east coast bases using Radio
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Wheels Rolling: 2nd LAR conducts desert training

Story by LCpl Jonathan Sosner on 02/01/2017 Tucked away in the mountains, the Marines were waking up and getting ready to start the day when incoming mortar rounds started crashing down around them. They scrambled to set up tactical security positions, as many of their fellow Marines were stopped in
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Housing

BAH Calculator TLE FAQ DLA My Pay Pinnacle Housing AHRN Residential Communities Initiatives (RCI) RCI Mission:Eliminate inadequate housing within California Military Communities (Irwin, Parks, Moffett) by creating world class quality residential communities, neighborhoods and amenities for Soldiers and Families. RCI Vision:Represent the USAG as the Army partner by providing first
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Community Recreation

Adult Sports offers many different sports for the Fort Irwin Community. There is a variety of intramural and Installation level activities to participate in. Some of these include softball, power lifting, flag footbal Adult Sports Contact - 760-380-3457 Physical Fitness Center, Bldg 362 l, and volleyball. Adult Sports offers many
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Newcomers

Welcome to Fort Irwin, California! Incoming Soldiers, Families, and Civilian Employees, Welcome to the National Training Center and Fort Irwin and congratulationson your selection for this challenging assignment!Since 1940 the high desert of the Mojave has provided the back drop for tough, realistic training that is critical to the success
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Clubs & Dining

The Dust Bowl is an area where our rotational Soldiers can get food within walking distance of their living quarters. There are several permanent establishments as well as food trucks that cater to the 5,000-7,000 rotational Soldiers from various units who come to the National Training Center each month.  
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Child, Youth, & School Services

The “Cactus Cove” Child Development Center (CDC) is a 25,000 square foot single story building on an approximately five acres. This facility has a 232 child capacity for children ages 6 weeks through 5 years. The facility was designed and built to strict US Army Center of Standardization (COS) guidelines
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Latest Video

Time of O ur Life - Live at Fort Irwin Gary Sinise supports veterans Basic Military Training and Beyond National Training Center C-130 Jump
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Transportation

We will begin distribution of the FEBRUARY - APRIL 2013vouchers starting 28 OCT 12 (time and location information is below). As you know, the MTBP maximum benefit will increase up to $245, based on ACTUAL costs, starting with the May distribution, therefore we must validate that your total monthly cost
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