Fort Huachuca

Fort Huachuca is home to the U.S. Army Intelligence Center and the U.S. Army Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM)/9th Army Signal Command.


Fort Huachuca is located in southest Arizona, 15 miles north of the Mexico border. It is surrounded by Cochise County and the local townships of Sierra Vista, Hereford, and Huachuca City. It is approximately one hour southeast of Tucson. It is a military community with a small town ambience encased by scenic vistas. The cost of living is moderately high.

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Fort Huachuca is the product of Indian Wars of the 1870s and 1880s. In February 1877, Col August V. Kautz, commander of the Department of Arizona, ordered that a camp be established in the Huachuca Mountains. The Fort was the home of the 10th Cavalry “Buffalo Soldiers” for 20 years and was replaced by the 25th Infantry Regiment in 1933. Presently, Fort Huachuca houses the U.S. Army Intelligence Center, and the U.S. Army’s Network Enterprise Technology Command.


Fort Huachuca provides equitable, effective, and efficient management of Fort Huachuca to support mission readiness and execution; enable the well-being of Soldiers, civilians, and family members; and to preserve our environment.

Population Served

Fort Huachuca is a joint services installation training over 9,000 students a year. At any given time, we have over 5,600 Military, 8,000 Civilians and over 11,000 family members.

Base Transportation

Fort Huachuca does not operate a post shuttle service. However, Sierra Vista’s public transportation, Vista Transit operates on a limited schedule on weekends, service is provided on Fridays 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Saturdays 10:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., and Sundays 11:00 a.m. to  2:30 p.m. The bus stops at a variety of post locations. Currently, fees range from .50 for senior citizens and other special needs patrons, to $1.00 for the general public. Bus schedules, detailing post and local community routes, are available at Army Community Service.


Sponsorship may be requested at your installation levy briefing, by contacting your local Army Community Service (ACS) Relocation Manager or the gaining ACS Relocation Manager, and/or by contacting the gaining unit. You can reach the Fort Huachuca ACS at 520-533-5919, 520-533-6874, 520-533-2330 or DSN 312-821-5919, 312-821-6874, 312-821-2330.

Temporary Quarters

Temporary lodging information and reservations may be obtained through Army Lodging, 520-533-2222, DSN 312-821-2222.

Relocation Assistance

Contact the Relocation Readiness Program at 520-533-5919, DSN 312-821-5919 or ACS at 520-533-2330, DSN 312-821-2330.

Critical Installation Information

Monsoon season begins early July and may last until late August, early September. Expect high winds in spring. Due to the elevation and heat, acclimation may take at least one month.

Contact Information

 The base operator’s phone number is 520-533-2330, DSN 312-821-2330.