Garrison Public Affairs Office
Public Affairs serves the general public, internal military audience and civilian counterparts, leaders, international viewers and other forums by ensuring the free flow of news and information in a timely manner limited only by national security constraints, valid statutory mandates or exemptions as authorized by the Department of Defense’s E.O. 12958 and Army Regulation 360-1.
Our motto is “Maximum disclosure, minimum delay.” As Public Affairs professionals, we strive to keep our audience informed by being the credible, official source of information for the U.S. Army.
The Public Affairs Office (PAO) supports the Garrison Command in the areas of:
Responds to media queries, conducts press conferences, produces media advisories, escorts media, and assists with the dissemination of information to Soldiers, families and civilians on post and to people living in local communities. We also offer media and social media training.
In media relations, we understand that news today is immediate, ever-changing and global. We will do our best to meet deadlines and provide information as soon as it becomes available and releasable. We ask that anyone acting in a professional media capacity contact public affairs to obtain information or set up interviews with experts. This will ensure that information is factual and accurate.
The Lamp is a 16-page weekly civilian enterprise newspaper. Send requests for postings in the Lamp to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Email us at email@example.com for posting to this garrison public website; official Public Affairs social media sites; mass emailing; on-post only, cable access television channel 2 (TV2); travel radio station (tune to AM 1610) and the Marquee on the corner of Grant Ave. and Cody Road.
We strive to foster a positive working relationship with the people of the greater Kansas City area. We work closely with local organizations, city and government officials, chambers of commerce, and communities surrounding Fort Leavenworth. We also support partnerships between military organizations and local civic organizations. View the Military Support page to request participation of color guard, military speaker, etc.
The PAO publishes the Statistics document (demographic figures of our community) and we maintain the online Phone Book (only frequently called phone numbers are listed) on this website.
Call us at (913) 684-5604 (DSN: 552-xxxx).
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are located at the Garrison Headquarters, 290 Grant Ave, Room 219.
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