U.S. Army Fort Moore and The Maneuver Center of Excellence
Congratulations on your assignment to the installation!
We are home to the U.S. Army Maneuver Center of Excellence, which includes the U.S. Army Infantry and Armor Schools. As such, we boast some of the military's most prestigious and rigorous leadership and functional schools and courses, while supporting a population of almost 70,000 Soldiers and civilians, annually. Not only are there endless opportunities at the installation for professional growth, but it's also a great place to bring your family.
Reporting to the installation
Depending on when you arrive, all Soldiers and service members on assignment (permanent party PCS) orders should report during either:
Duty Hours: 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday (excluding holidays and training holidays), to the Installation Replacement Operations Center in Ridgway Hall, Building 35, Room 23.
After duty hours: Report to the post Staff Duty NCOIC or OIC in McGinnis-Wickam Hall, Building 4.
Forms required for in-processing include:
PCS orders to this installation
DA-31 leave forms with signatures from your losing unit
For more information, call (706)545-4577, (706)545-5686 or (706)545-5687.
Army Community Service’s Newcomers Orientation is at 9 a.m. every Wednesday in Building 7, located at 7117 Baltzell Avenue. Spouses are welcome and encouraged to attend. The orientation offers resources, programs, activities and organizations at the installation and in the local communities that help you and your family enjoy life in the Chattahoochee Valley.
For more information, call (706)545-4043 or (706)545-0403.
Moving is a natural part of life for Soldiers and their Families. Army Community Readiness’ Relocation Readiness Program offers a comprehensive Family support system designed to help you and your Family make a smooth transition, whether arriving or departing the installation. Services include:
Free Post Bus Tour
Citizen Support Group
For more information, call (706) 545-0403, (706) 545-4485 or DSN (312) 835-4043.
Living on post has advantages and is currently in high demand. Due to high occupancy and ongoing renovations, Soldiers and Families arriving at the installation should expect extended wait times of up to six months. To set expectations, door-to-door moves are highly unlikely. Click here to see current wait times and post housing fast facts.
The installation participates in the Residential Communities Initiative program conducted by the Department of Army.
The Army has chosen a private sector management and development partner, Clark Realty Capital and Michaels Management Services (Villages at Fort Moore) to serve as property managers of the installation’s 11 family housing communities. They also perform the renovation and remediation of existing historical housing.
The Installation Housing Division
Post’s Housing Division is a branch of the Directorate of Public Works and provides oversight of the Villages at Fort Moore while also advocating for Soldiers and their Families in housing matters.
The life, health and safety of our residents is our top priority. This means we strive every day to improve the quality of life for both you and your families by investing our time to address any and all concerns.
On-post residents who are experiencing concerns or issues that Villages at Fort Moore is unable to address, can contact the Emergency Housing Hotline at (706) 626-2002. A housing advocate is available 24/7.
For more information call the Housing Division at (706) 545-3921
The Villages at Fort Moore, a privately owned housing company, is responsible for leasing and the property management of the roughly 4,000 houses on post.
Arriving Soldiers and their Families desiring to live on the installation are encouraged to contact the Villages at Fort Moore upon immediate notification of assignment to this installation.
For more information about the Villages at Fort Moore, call (706) 685-3939.
If you are moving to the installation, you can be assured the Department of Defense Education Activity does its part in strengthening the installation through excellence in education. Installation Schools focus on building futures in a supportive community of learners, offering a quality education to dependents of military members from pre-kindergarten through eighth grade. Sponsors of students transferring to the installation schools are required to provide verification of active duty status, and proof of on-post residency before a child may be registered. Preschool, pre-kindergarten, and Kindergarten require a certified birth certificate before registration can be accepted. For additional questions, call (706) 545-7276.
Students that do not reside on post and high school students residing on and off the installation (Grades 9-12) attend local county schools:
The installation is nestled in the heart of the South, with proximity to many of the country's most well-known destinations like Atlanta, Savannah, Panama City Beach and the Blue Ridge Mountains. We are located in an area commonly known as the "Tri-Community", comprised of Columbus, Georgia and the installation and Phenix City, Alabama.