Fort Rucker, AL 36362, USA


About Fort Rucker

The U.S. Army Aviation Center of Excellence trains military, civilian, and international personnel in aviation and leadership skills, integrates Army aviation warfighting doctrine and requirements determination across the DOTMLPF, manages available resources, and sustains our commitment to the well-being of our Soldiers, civilians, retirees, and Families.   Fort Rucker is

Getting Here & Arrival

An excellent road network makes it easy to drive to the post from any direction. Entry to the post is through three main gates: the Ozark Gate from the east, the Daleville Gate from the south and the Enterprise Gate from the west. If you are coming from Ozark via


Picerne Military Housing was formed to partner with the U.S. military to address the challenges of providing safe, affordable, quality housing for America's military Families. In 2004, Picerne Military Housing was selected by the U.S. Army to privatize Family housing at Fort Rucker. The Picerne Military Housing team is committed


Lyster Army Health Clinic Dust Off Street Bldg. 301 Fort Rucker, AL 36362   Phone 334-255-7000 Phone (DSN) 312-558-7000 Fax 334-255-7121 Fax (DSN) 312-558-7121   Lyster Army Health Clinic : Mon - Fri 7:00 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.   Automated Phone System : 24 Hours   Managed Care : Mon

Local Area & Community

Location :  The Army Aviation Warfighting Center, Fort Rucker, Alabama, is located in the southeast corner of Alabama. The post is located in Dale County. Fort Rucker is approximately 80 miles south of Montgomery and 20 miles northwest of Dothan. Florida's Gulf Coast lies 80 miles to the south.  


The Automotive Skills Center is located in Building 1902, Headhunter Street and 2nd Avenue. The Automotive Skills Center has the equipment you need to save money on do it yourself car maintenance and repair. At the Automotive Skills Center, you have access to on site trained instruction, assistance, tools and


Meet Your Army: Black Hawk instructor aims for a life more than ordinary

Story by Kelly Morris on 01/20/2017 FORT RUCKER, Ala. -- He gets six weeks to make a difference in a young aviator's life. And that, coupled with an obvious passion for being part of something greater than himself, is the fire that motivates Chief Warrant Officer 2 Thomas K. Henderson,

Back to school: Nevada officer lands Guard Association academic scholarship

Story by Lt. Col. Mikol Kirschenbaum on 10/20/2016 CARSON CITY -- Eighteen years ago, Maj. Jerome Guerrero, the state training officer for the Nevada Army National Guard, was Cadet Guerrero in the University of Nevada, Reno's, ROTC program. Now he's going back to school thanks to the National Guard Association

McCormick first female MSARNG Apache pilot

Story by PFC Christopher Shannon on 10/16/2016 Tupelo, Miss.Warrant Officer Jessica McCormick has a rich military career, now highlighted by becoming the first female Apache helicopter pilot in the Mississippi Army National Guard. McCormick graduated the Army Aviation School at Fort Rucker, Ala., on Sept. 29, 2016. "I never set
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