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United States Army
Bldg. 36000, Shoemaker Lane
Fort Hood, TX 76544
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III Corps Mission
III Armored Corps and its subordinate units are prepared to rapidly deploy and conduct the full range of military operations to seize, retain and exploit the initiative, in order to deter or defeat any adversary. The Corps is prepared to exercise mission command of Army, joint, and multi-national forces, as a Corps, Joint Task Force (JTF) or Combined Joint Forces Land Component Command (CJFLCC).
III Corps Vision
III Corps is the world's premier mounted force, highly lethal, trained and ready to conduct sustained, expeditionary, operational maneuver anywhere in the world.
USAG, Fort Hood provides integrated installation support services to include facilities, infrastructure and programs to enable Fort Hood commanders to train and deploy their units and take care of their Soldiers, Families, Civilians and retirees.
Fort Hood is the model readiness, training, and deployment installation while simultaneously providing realistic and responsive Quality of Life services to our Soldiers, Families, Civilians and retirees.
Fort Hood Installation Access - Fort Hood has recently upgraded to the Army’s Automated Installation Entry (AIE) at the Installation Access Control Points (ACPs) to enhance security.
What is AIE? - AIE is an Installation Access System that leverages technology to increase security for Soldiers, Family members, DoD civilians, retirees, contract employees, and guests by verifying identity of individual(s) and ensuring they meet Army approved access standards against FBI criminal and terrorist authoritative databases.
Access to Fort Hood is restricted to those who have an acceptable purpose, or reason to enter the installation. In order to enter, all occupants 18 years or older must have a valid identification. DoD affiliated or Federal Government ID card holders may enter Fort Hood using any lane at any ACP.
All visitor’s and Non-DoD card holders must visit the Marvin Leath Visitor Welcome Center located on T.J. Mills Blvd, or the North Fort Hood Visitor Center located on Highway 36 across from the North Fort Hood Access Control Point.
Entry requirements for all Visitors, and Non- DoD card holders requesting unescorted Installation access:
Upon satisfying the above criteria and vetting requirements, an Installation access pass or card will be issued to the visitor.
Foreign visitor Access - (any person other than a US citizen) must have an acceptable purpose to enter the installation, and must be sponsored and escorted by a DoD ID Card holder. Escorts must be provided by the organization, or individual responsible for sponsoring, or otherwise associated with the individual’s visit, and must remain within reasonable visual contact of the individual(s) they are escorting.
Commercial Vehicle Access - Clarke Road Truck Inspection Facility North is the primary access point for all commercial vehicles, U-Hauls, vehicles carrying hazardous material and ammunition.
Trusted Traveler - DoD card holders are considered trusted travelers in most cases, and are authorized to vouch for the identity, fitness and purpose of co-travelers as long as they occupy the same vehicle. Individuals may be personally accountable for the conduct of those co-travelers in accordance with installation security policies. Authorized individuals should accompany the co-traveler(s) until he or she departs the installation.
Access Denials - Individuals who do not pass the security vetting process IAW the regulatory required National Crime Information Center III check, will be issued a Fort Hood Access Denial Waiver Application to request access. Upon submitting a waiver application, the Senior Installation Commander will make a determination on whether to approve or deny installation access.
Firearm(s) Registration - Your firearms can be registered at the Marvin Leath Visitor Welcome Center during normal hours of operation, and at the Fort Hood Police Department 24/7. All personnel (military or civilian) who live on the installation or will possess, transport, or carry a firearm on the installation at any time will register with the Directorate of Emergency Services (DES). Firearms will be registered under the owner's information. If the owner is a Family member, the firearm will be registered under the registrant, and the sponsor's information. All Soldiers registering a firearm are required to obtain their unit commander's approval and signature prior to registering. Newly assigned Soldiers in possession of assignment orders must receive a temporary firearms registration with the expiration lasting through the in-processing phase prior to traveling onto post with the firearm. Soldiers that purchase a firearm must receive a temporary firearms registration (not to exceed 5 working days), pending their commander's approval. Once the Commander has signed the firearm registration form the Soldier will return to the Marvin Leath Visitor Welcome Center, or the Fort Hood Police station for permanent registration which is good for a term of four years from the date of registration.
Bldg. 69012 (Located on T.J. Mills Blvd)
Due to COVID-19, the Visitor Welcome Center hours of operation have changed.
Hours of operation are: 0500-2100, Monday – Sunday.
Office phone: (254) 287-9909
Bldg. 56342 (Located on Highway 36 across from the North Fort Hood Access Control Point)
Due to COVID-19. The North Fort Hood location is temporarily closed
Office phone: (254) 286-5593
Defense Service Network (DSN) Dialing Instructions
The DSN is the provider of long-distance communications service for the Department of Defense (DoD). Every installation has a special DSN number and the numbers vary by world-wide location. In order to place a call using DSN, the caller must be using a military phone on an installation. Cell phones cannot dial DSN numbers. When dialing a DSN number from a United States installation to another United States installation, it is unnecessary to dial the DSN 312 area code. When dialing a DSN number to/from overseas locations, the DSN area code must be included.
DSN Prefix Guide
OFF POST LOCAL AREA
DIAL 99 +7 DIGIT NUMBER
LONG DISTANCE (DDD) & TOLL FREE
DIAL 98 + 1 + AREA CODE + 7 DIGIT NUMBER
DIAL 94 + 312 + 7 DIGIT DSN NUMBER
DIAL 94 + AREA CODE + 7 DIGIT DSN NUMBER
DSN AREAS Codes:
311 — AFRICOM
319 — CANADA
314 — EUROPE
509 — CANADA VTC
315 — PACIFIC
317 — ALASKA
318 — CENTRAL
For 24/7 Fort Hood unit contact information, call the Field Officer of the Day (FOD) at 254-206-1157. For 24/7 Fort Hood services information, call the Installation Operations Center (IOC) at 254-287-2520.
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