Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473, USA


Digital Relocation/Welcome Guide


Welcome to Fort Leonard Wood

  Welcome to the U.S. Army Maneuver Support Center of Excellence (MSCoE) and Fort Leonard Wood, where chemical, engineer, military police and transportation Soldiers, plus Marines, Airmen, Sailors and international students from allied nations receive training. Fort Leonard Wood, in the beautiful south central Missouri Ozarks, covers more than 62,911


  MEDICAL CARE General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital (GLWACH) is accredited by the Joint Commission, the College of American Pathologists, the American College of Radiology, the American Association of Blood Banking, and the Food and Drug Administration and is an active member of the American Hospital and Missouri Hospital

The Maneuver Support Center of Excellence (MSCoE)

  Fort Leonard Wood is a thriving and prosperous installation that has evolved from a small basic training post 70 years ago, to the Army Engineer Center 20 years ago, now to a premier Army Center of Excellence that trains more than 75,000 military and civilians each year. The Maneuver

U.S. Army Garrison

MISSION A values-based organization that provides quality base operation services, facilities and infrastructure to enable all units to accomplish their mission; to enhance the well-being of our Fort Leonard Wood community. VISION Fort Leonard Wood is the station of choice for Soldiers, Families and civilians. U.S. ARMY GARRISON Garrison Command

Tenants/Enterprise Partners

  The U.S. Army Prime Power School (USAPPS) provides training for the U.S Army Prime Power production specialists (MOS 12P) and Navy Enlisted Code (NEC) 5633. The school was established at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, and graduated its first technician in 1958. The Prime Power School relocated to Fort Leonard Wood


FITNESS CENTERS The Sports Branch, 573-596-4359, in the Davidson Fitness Center coordinates a wide range of sports and fitness activities for the installation. In addition to overseeing numerous intramural sports programs, the Sports Branch hosts the annual Commander’s Cup tournaments. Ten softball fields, nine soccer fields and six tennis courts

Discovering Missouri

  Fort Leonard Wood is a gateway to the Missouri Ozarks, a sportsman’s paradise offering more than any camper, hiker, float-tripper, four-wheel-drive enthusiast, canoeist, dirt biker or horseback rider could find the leisure time to do. For fishermen, the rivers and streams flowing through and near the post are crystal


THE BEGINNING The history of Fort Leonard Wood dates back to the dark days just before World War II. By 1940, war had engulfed Europe and much of Asia. By then, many Americans believed that it was only a matter of time before the country would be drawn into what


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