WHITE SANDS
Las Cruces, NM 88002, USA

RELOCATION/WELCOME GUIDE

Digital Relocation/Welcome Guide

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Welcome

  Welcome to White Sands Missile Range (WSMR). Whether you are coming for a duty assignment or job, as a test customer or as a visitor, we hope you find your stay with us both worthwhile and enjoyable. As a test installation, WSMR is unparalleled within the Department of Defense

History

HOW IT ALL BEGAN … In the early fall of 1944, as a result of America’s accelerated missile program, it became evident that a land range somewhere in the United States would be required so missiles could be test fired and recovered after flight for further study. These studies would

Organizations and Missions

  White Sands Missile Range is the largest overland military test range in the United States, occupying some 3,200 square miles of southern New Mexico. Some of the world’s most advanced and sophisticated weapon systems are tested at the missile range each year. White Sands Missile Range organizations are known

Community Services and Facilities

  575-678-1068 www.wsmrmwr.com The Aquatics Center in Building 462, adjacent to the Community Center, offers a 25-meter, eight-lane, indoor, year-round pool plus a 24-foot-diameter children’s pool. The main pool depth is 3.5 feet at the shallow end and 12 feet at the deep end. The water temperature is kept between

Neighboring Communities

  Just west of White Sands Missile Range and about a 35-mile drive through the Organ Mountain range is the city of Las Cruces. Many members of the installation’s civilian workforce live in Las Cruces and thereby play a major role in its economic prosperity. In return, the city provides

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