DPTMS, Plans & Operations

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FEATURE STORIES

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    Col. Alan. A. Wiernicki, deputy commanding general, 32nd Army Air and Missile Defense Command, celebrated 27 years of service Friday at Smith-Bliss Field at Fort Bliss. Family, friends and Soldiers gathered to watch Wiernicki transition out of the Army on the historic field. The hosts were Brig. Gen. Christopher Spillman, 32nd AAMDC commanding general, and Command Sgt. Major Stephen A. Burnley, 32nd AMMDC command sergeant major. The master of ceremonies was Col. Beaver L. Huh, the 32nd AAMDC chief of staff.

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    If you scanned the overall times for the 2018 Fort Bliss Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Army 10-Miler qualifier Friday, you may have missed that Brandon Jackson, a 4th Battalion, 1st Field Artillery Regiment Soldier, finished his run 76 seconds behind the first-place finisher – but he sure didn’t miss it.

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    On a dead-end street nestled in El Paso’s North Hills, people assembled to show their gratitude to Kennedy Corichi Saturday. An El Paso native, maybe Corichi didn’t have the prestige of El Paso city Rep. Sam Morgan, who came out to join Corichi for his day. Maybe he also didn’t carry the clout that Col. Christopher Lindner, William Beaumont Army Medical Center’s deputy commander, who also came out, has in certain circles. Nevertheless, it was the humble, Airborne swag-clad, medically retired Army sergeant who was a guest of honor and a recipient of one of two neighboring completed homes dedicated via Habitat for Humanity of El Paso Saturday.

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Fort Bliss and 1AD Welcome Video

Welcome Video

Important Updates


PRIDE Service Order Requests Changes
The Fort Bliss Directorate of Public Works (DPW) will change the way PRIDE service order requests are processed beginning May 1, 2018, with the addition of an enhanced Quality Control step.

It is anticipated that this new process will add time to the completion of service orders based on increased oversight procedures. Depending on the complexity of the service order initial delays are projected to be as much as a week, with the less demanding orders performed sooner.

Despite this change, customers should continue to call 915-64BLISS (642-5477) as normal to report any problems on Fort Bliss. There is no change to emergency services orders, DPW will continue to respond to emergency orders within one hour during normal business hours and two hours after business hours.

On-post housing customers will not be affected by this change. Balfour Beatty provides their own maintenance and will continue to work as normal with their clients.

If you have questions on submitting a service order request, please call 915-64BLISS (642-5477) and a customer services representative will respond to your questions 24 hours daily.



Fort Bliss Access Control Points


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

Major Units on Fort Bliss