DPTMS, Plans & Operations

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Welcome to Fort Bliss, Texas. Home of America's Tank Division.
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FEATURE STORIES

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    August is Antiterrorism Awareness Month, and Fort Bliss will conduct antiterrorism education and awareness events for Soldiers and civilians. This year’s focus areas are how to recognize and report suspicious activity, iWATCH Army, the Threat Awareness and Reporting Program (TARP), iSALUTE, operations security, insider threat and Unmanned Aircraft Systems (drones). Keep an eye out here, in the Fort Bliss Bugle and other places around the installation for more information. Always Ready. Always Alert.

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    Summer is a time for sun and fun and get-togethers. A mass gathering occurs when a large number of people come together in a particular location for a specific purpose. These locations, especially those associated with large crowds, could be an attractive target for terrorism and other crimes. Some security considerations are listed below:

    Be Prepared - Don't Hesitate, Take Action - Assist and React ...

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    Pvt. Tank Chester is the newest addition to the 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored Division, succeeding Sgt. 1st Class Cody Chester as the brigade’s mascot.

    On June 25, the outgoing mascot received a ceremony to honor his great work in lifting the morale of the Bulldog Brigade for three years and ensuring his brothers and sisters in arms remained comfortable and happy. He received a boost up from his rank of staff sergeant and formally retired.

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    Lt. Col. Darcy S. Manion relinquished command of the Army Field Support Battalion–Bliss to Lt. Col. Donyeill A. Mozer at the 1st Armored Division Museum at Fort Bliss July 11. The reviewing officer for the ceremony was Col. Scott P. Noon, commander of the 407th Army Field Support Brigade at Fort Hood, Texas.

    The Army provisionally established the battalion at Fort Bliss April 12, 2007, and later renamed it the Army Field Support Battalion-Bliss. AFS Bn.–Bliss is a unique organization.

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2018 Antiterrorism Awareness Message




Welcome to Fort Bliss

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Fort Bliss and 1AD Welcome Video

Welcome Video

Important Updates


EXERCISE, EXERCISE, EXERCISE.

UPDATE: The Installation-wide training scenario has ended and Fort Bliss personnel are returning to normal operations.

In case of a true emergency, information concerning safety, updates, etc., will be posted here.

EXERCISE, EXERCISE, EXERCISE

1st Armored Division The NCO Leadership Center of Excellence William Beaumont Army Medical Center Joint Task Force North U.S. Army Joint Modernization Command 32d Army Air and Missile Defense Command


Fort Bliss Access Control Points


For information on Fort Bliss Access Control Points, visit the full gate access website.

Major Units on Fort Bliss