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Mission: The Maneuver Center of Excellence and Fort Benning provide trained, agile and adaptive combat-ready Soldiers and Leaders; develop the doctrine and capabilities of the Maneuver Force and individual Soldier; and provide a world-class quality of life for our Soldiers, civilians and Army families to ensure our Army's Maneuver Force remains the world's premier combat force ready to "Win in a Complex World."

Vision: In 2022, Fort Benning continues to be the Army’s best training facility that delivers combat-ready, combined arms maneuver Soldiers to the force; is seen as the primary driver in the Army for relevant and agile material and doctrinal development; is fully postured to receive up to and including an ABCT; is the installation that Soldiers and families seek serve and live; and is a valued partner in the Chattahoochee Valley Region.

Image of RTB training in Zodiac boat Photo of a firing range Photo of M1A1 firing Soldier overlooking a field
Lindsey Creek Bridge Repair

Effective Mar. 5, traffic for the northbound bridge on Lindsey Creek Parkway will be restricted to one lane in each direction, for the next four months. Once the northbound bridge is complete, the pattern will be reversed to complete construction on the southbound bridge. Again, construction is expected to last four months.

Speed limits will be reduced to 35 mph or less. Motorists who routinely use the I-185 ACP should plan for significant delays in the mornings and evenings until this project is complete. Recommend motorists divert to the Benning Road or Harmony Church ACPs for daily access or egress to reduce traffic ongestion.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation and patience.

Soldiers assigned to the Airborne and Ranger Training Brigade conduct a water movement using a Zodiak boat at Camp Rudder, Florida. (U.S. Army Photo)

MCoE Lines of Effort

  • Future Maneuver
  • Master the Fundamentals and Develop Leaders
  • Soldier, Civilian & Family Readiness
  • Community
Suicide Intervention Train the Trainer PTBD 206 ASIST 2016 206 ASIST 2016 Voting Assistance 2016 Concert Postcard App store 101 Days Flyer SHARP Training CSF iWatch
2016 Annual CEL Army Resident Satisfaction Survey

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Fort Benning 2016
Ask, Care, Escort-Suicide Intervention Train the Trainer (ACE-SI)

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The Household Hazardous Waste Amnesty Day is open to all Military, Family Members and DOD civilians/contractors on the 25th & 26th of May from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
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safeTALK is a half-day workshop that teaches how to identify people at risk of suicide and connect them with intervention resources.

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Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST)
2-Day Course

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ZIKA Virus Travel Advisory

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Sayers Memorial Library closes Monday Dec. 7

Library will re-open Monday December 21st

Bldg 2784, Sightseeing Road

Talk to your Chain of Command, Supervisor, Chaplain, or Behavioral Health Professional or call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255), press 1 for the Veterans Crisis Line

101 Days of Summer

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Beginning Dec. 28, DPW will be closing a portion of Sunshine Road to repair damages to a bridge on the back side of the airfield. Motorists travelling to and from Alabama through the Eddy Bridge Access Control Point will be provided a clearly marked detour route. While work is expected to take approximately four weeks to complete, there will be no impact on the ACP hours of operation.

Temporary signage, barricades and other traffic control devices will be used during the closure to ensure the safety of all.

Thanks for your continued support, DPW.