INFORMATION

Welcome

CARLISLE BARRACKS The main entrance sign to Carlisle Barracks and the U.S. Army War College. (Photo by Scott Finger, September 2006) Welcome to Carlisle Barracks,

History

The Hessian Powder Magazine is one of the oldest buildings on Carlisle Barracks. Built in 1777, it is open daily for self-guided tours. (Photo by

Arrival

CHECKING IN The LeTort Spring Run flows through the heart of Carlisle Barracks, shown here during the fall. (Photo by Scott Finger, September 2006) If

Life on the Installation

HOUSING Upton Hall, headquarters to the U.S. Army Garrison at Carlisle Barracks and the Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute. (Photo by Scott Finger, September 2006)

Exploring the Local Area

CUMBERLAND VALLEY, PENNSYLVANIA A Civil War-era cannon points out over the battlefields of Gettysburg. (Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Rachel E. Rakoff, July

NEWS

Leadership program helps hone briefing skills

Story by Debra Valine on 03/15/2019 NEW CUMBERLAND, Pa. -- It's never easy getting in front of people for the first time to present a

9th MSC honors two senior leaders in retirement ceremony

Story by MAJ Linda Gerron on 02/20/2019 PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii - The 9th Mission Support Command celebrated the service of Col. Wolfgang E. Junge and

Never Forgotten: Brig. Gen. William Forney

Retired Brig. Gen. William A. Forney served honorably as the commanding general of 1st Marine Aircraft Wing from 1992 to 1994. On Dec. 25, 2018,

Perna to USAWC graduates: Our task, purpose is in support of warfighters

Story by Curtis Keester on 06/08/2018 CARLISLE, Pa. (June 8, 2018) Families, friends, faculty members, and the commanding general of Army Materiel Command honored today

New commander takes helm at Fort McCoy Garrison

Story by Scott Sturkol on 05/22/2018 Col. Hui Chae Kim became Fort McCoy's newest garrison commander at a change-of-command ceremony May 19 at the installation'

Quartermaster Corps recognizes distinguished members and units

Story by Dani Johnson on 05/03/2018 FORT LEE, Va. The U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps recognized 17 individuals and two units during its Distinguished Members and
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