Newcomers & Visitors
Post Quarterly Newcomers Brief
This briefing is usually on the second month of every quarter. View the Event Calendar for upcoming dates.
This brief is mandatory for all new military, Department of the Defense (DoD) Civilians and optional for family members. Those personnel with Army Knowledge Online (AKO) access should review the Newcomers Briefing slides (PowerPoint format) available here: https://www.us.army.mil/suite/files/29791574. The slides are very helpful to review even before the session. Any questions generated from reviewing the slides can be asked at that session or sent in as an Interactive Customer Evaluation (ICE) comment to the appropriate agency ahead of time. If sent in as ICE comments, do not worry about rating the service, simply skip down to the remarks block and ask the question. Please ensure you provide a contact name, phone number or email.
CSF2 Resiliency training required for all new Soldiers that PCS to Fort Leavenworth:
All Army Soldiers (all ranks), as part of in-processing, are required to attend the Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness (CSF2) training here on post within the first 30 days of their PCS to Fort Leavenworth.
Annual Refresher Requirement:
All permanent party E-1 to E-8's, O-1 to O4's, and WO1-WO4 are required to attend this CSF2 Training to fulfill their Annual Training requirement.
This 2 day class runs from 0800 to 1630 each day and conducted once a month. View the Event Calendar for upcoming dates.
NOTICE: Class will NOT be held in December!
View the Combined Arms Center Ready & Resilient Campaign & CSF2 page (CAC Login required).
Call 684-3775 or 684-2942 for more information.
Assigned to Fort Leavenworth? Your Sponsor will provide you with all the details for an easy transition.
Request a Sponsor if one has not been assigned.
Want to report in and sign off leave? There are two Staff Duty locations that can assist you.
290 Grant Avenue
Single Soldier Quarters
401 Cody Road
For in processing information, view these websites:
15th MP BDE Soldiers - includes 40th & 705th MP Battalions
Combined Arms Center (CAC) Soldiers - Special Troops Battalion (STB)
Munson Army Health Center (MAHC) Soldiers
Command and General Staff College (CGSC) Students
Army Management Staff College (AMSC) Students
View the services offered by the Garrison and Our Partners to help you prepare for your arrival.
Visitors are always welcome to the “Best Hometown in the Army”
Fort Leavenworth is considered a national treasure with historic sites and homes, a world-class museum, the nation's premiere Buffalo Soldier monument, breathtaking views overlooking the Missouri River, scenic picnic areas and parks, and a challenging, rolling, 18-hole golf course.
We are are an open post and you are welcome here.
Enter through Grant (Main) gate at the corner of 7th street and Metropolitan Avenue (City of Leavenworth). Use the far right lane.
Don’t be intimidated by the security checkpoint. The security measures are to keep all of us safe!
As you approach the security check, please have current license, registration and proof of insurance available. All passengers older than 16 need a government identification card such as a driver’s license, passport or military ID. Expired paperwork can keep you from entering. When you reach the security officers, they will give you further instructions. These may include you exiting your vehicle and the officers conducting a vehicle search.
All occupants must wear seat belts. Kids that are younger than 5, or that weigh less than 45 pounds, must be in a car seat.
Drivers are not allowed to use hand-held cellular phones on Fort Leavenworth but hands-free cell phones are okay.
Please observe our speed limits! We have many school kids, joggers, pedestrians, and bike riders across our installation.
Parking on post is limited. Please park only in designated spots.
After visiting our historical post, check out the Local Communities that are nearby.