Aberdeen Proving Ground is a U.S. Army facility located in northern Maryland’s Harford County. The Army established APG in 1917 for the designing and testing of ordnance materials.

Please visit the APG website for more information.

For the most accurate APG Operating Status, visit the APG Facebook page or call 410-278-7669.

Aberdeen Proving Ground is a secure Army location.

Visitors with valid, Department of Defense Identification (Common Access Card or other Government ID) can enter APG using either the MD-22 Harford Gate or the MD-715 Maryland Boulevard Gate.

Visitors without proper Department of Defense Identification must enter APG through the MD-715 Maryland Boulevard Gate and sign in each day at the APG Visitor Center located on Maryland Boulevard. To obtain a vehicle security pass, visitors must show a driver’s license, vehicle registration information and proof of insurance.

For directions to the APG Visitor’s Gate, access Google Maps or visit the APG website for more information about the proving grounds.

For information regarding additional access procedures for a specific work-related visit, please contact the C5ISR Center employee organizing the visit.

If you have an appointment or official visit scheduled with a C5ISR Center entity at APG, you will need to complete the C4ISR Facility Visit Request Worksheet and submit it to the point of contact for your event. If possible, please send your email encrypted as it becomes a "For Official Use Only" document when completed.

Fort Belvoir is a U.S. Army fort located in northern Virginia’s Fairfax County. The Army founded the fort during World War I. It housed the first Army Engineer School.

Please visit the Fort Belvoir website for more information.

For the most accurate Fort Belvoir Operating Status, visit the Fort Belvoir website or call 703-805-3030.

Fort Belvoir is a secure Army location.

Visitors with valid Department of Defense Identification may enter through any of the Fort Belvoir Gates. Visit the Fort Belvoir website for gate hours.

Visitors without proper Department of Defense Identification must enter Fort Belvoir through the Tulley Gate from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. and the Pence Gate from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.

For directions to the Fort Belvoir Visitor’s Gate, access Google Maps or visit the Fort Belvoir website.

For information regarding additional access procedures for a specific work-related visit, please contact the C5ISR Center employee organizing the visit.

Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst is a Defense Department military base located in central New Jersey. The previously independent entities merged Oct. 1, 2009 to create 42,000-contiguous acres.

Please visit the Joint Base website for more information.

For the most accurate Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst Operating Status, visit the Joint Base website or call McGuire-Dix at 609-754-BASE (2273) or Lakehurst at 732-323-SNOW (7669).

McGuire Air Force Base
For directions to McGuire Air Force Base, access Google Maps.
For information regarding access procedures for a specific work-related visit, please contact the C5ISR Center employee organizing the visit.

Fort Dix
For directions to Fort Dix, access Google Maps.
For information regarding access procedures for a specific work-related visit, please contact the C5ISR Center employee organizing the visit.

Lakehurst Naval Air Station
For directions to Lakehurst Naval Air Station, access Google Maps.
For information regarding access procedures for a specific work-related visit, please contact the C5ISR Center employee organizing the visit.

The Army originally established Oklahoma’s Fort Sill in 1869 to protect settlers in Texas. Today, Fort Sill has a large concentration of field artillery units and is joined by the air defense artillery and electronic warfare branches to create the Fires Center of Excellence.

Please visit the Fort Sill website for more information.

For the Fort Sill Operating Status, visit the Fort Sill website or Fires Center of Excellence Facebook page.

Please visit the Fort Sill website for directions and gate hours.

For information regarding access procedures for a specific work-related visit, please contact the C5ISR Center employee organizing the visit.

Located in southeast Arizona, about 15 miles north of the Mexican border, Fort Huachuca houses the U.S. Army Intelligence Center and the U.S. Army Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM)/9th Army Signal Command. The city of Sierra Vista annexed Fort Huachuca in 1971, and it was declared a national landmark in 1976.

Please visit the Fort Huachuca website for more information.

For the most accurate Fort Huachuca operating status call 520-538-INFO (4636) or visit the U.S. Army Fort Huachuca Facebook page.

For directions to Fort Huachuca and visitor information, visit the Fort Huachuca website.

For information regarding additional access procedures for a specific work-related visit, please contact the C5ISR Center employee organizing the visit.