1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division

1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division This is the official page of the 1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division (LI). Soldiers, family and friends of the Warrior Brigade are welcome.
In November 1939, the Soviet Union invaded Finland. The Finnish soldiers on skis annihilated two tank divisions, humiliating the Russians. Charles Minot “Minnie” Dole, the president of the National Ski Patrol, saw this as a perfect example of why the U.S. Army needed mountain troops. Dole spent months lobbying the War Department to train troops in mountain and winter warfare. In September 1940, Dole was able to present his case to General George C. Marshall, the Army Chief of Staff, who caused the Army to take action on Dole’s proposals to create ski units. On December 8, 1941, the Army activated its first mountain unit, the 87th Mountain Infantry Battalion (later became an entire Regiment) at Fort Lewis, Washington. The unit was dubbed “Minnie’s Ski Troops” in honor of Dole. Soldiers of the 87th trained on Mount Rainer’s 14,408 foot peak. Recruiting for the 87th Infantry Regiment was a unique role taken on by the National Ski Patrol. After returning from the Kiska Campaign in the Aleutian Islands near Alaska the 87th formed the core of the new Division. 1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division (LI) was organized September 17, 1942 as Headquarters Company, Mountain Training Center. On July 15, 1943 it was reorganized and redesignated as the Headquarters Company of the newly formed 10th Light Division (Alpine) at Camp Hale, Colorado. For a year the Soldiers trained at the 9,200 foot high Camp Hale and honed the skills of its Soldiers to fight and survive under the most brutal mountain conditions. On June 22, 1944, the whole division was shipped to Camp Swift, Texas to prepare for the Louisiana maneuvers of 1944, which were later canceled. A period of acclimation to a low altitude and hot climate was necessary to prepare for this training. Later that year, on November 6, 1944, the division was redesignated as the 10th Mountain Division. The blue and white “mountain” tab was authorized later that month. The division entered combat on January 28, 1945 in the North Apennine Mountains of Italy. The Soldiers faced German positions arrayed along the five mile long Monte Belvedere-Monte della Torraccia ridge. Other divisions had attempted to assault Mount Belvedere three times, even holding it temporarily, but none had succeeded. To get to Mount Belvedere the division first had to take a ridge line to the wet, known to the Americans as the Riva Ridge. After the 86th Mountain Infantry assaulted Riva Ridge, the 85th and 87th Mountain Infantry Regiments made a bayonet attack without covering artillery fire on Belvedere beginning February 19, 1945. The surprising assault was successful and after a hard fight, the peak was captured. On April 14, 1945, the final phase of the war in Italy began. With the 85th and 87th leading the way, the 10th Mountain Division attacked toward the Po Valley. On the tenth day of the attack, April 23rd, the 10th was the first division to reach the Po River. The 1st Battalion, 87th Mountain Infantry, the original mountain infantry unit, made the crossing under fire in 50 light canvas assault boats. The final combat for the 10th Mountain Division took place in the vicinity of Lake Garda, a canyon lake at the foothills of the Alps. The 10th completely destroyed five elite German divisions. Since the 10th Mountain Division was one of the last to enter combat, it was to be used in the projected invation of Japan. These plans ended with the surrender of Japan in August 1945. After a brief tour of duty in the Army of Occupation in Italy, the 10th was sent to Camp Carson, Colorado. There on November 30, 1945 the 10th Mountain Division was disbanded. After nearly three years, the brigade was redesignated as Headquarters Company, 10th Infantry Division on June 18, 1948. The brigade was allotted June 25, 1948 to the Regular Army, then activated July 1, 1948 at Fort Riley, Kansas. The division conducted a sixteen-week basic military program to prepared Soldiers for infantry combat and duty. Again, the unit was inactivated June 14, 1958 at Fort Benning, Georgia. April 1, 1986 the unit was redesignated as Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry) and activated at Fort Drum, New York. The 10th was the first division of any kind formed by the Army since 1975 and the first based in the Northeast U.S. since World War II. The division was designed to meet a wide range of worldwide infantry-intensive contingency missions. Equipment design was oriented toward reduced size and weight for reasons of both strategic and tactical mobility. The 1st Brigade was the Command and Control Headquarters for Task Force Warrior, consisting of its organic battalions 1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment, 1st Battalion, 87th Infantry Regiment, and 2nd Battalion, 22nd Infantry Regiment. Task Force units from the brigade deployed in exercises both overseas and throughout the country to include Honduras and Panama. The brigade also participated in Desert Storm and routinely sends a battalion to the Multinational Force and Observers mission in the Sinai. In the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew in December 1992, TF Warrior deployed to southern Florida where it conducted disaster relief operations. Shortly following its return to Fort Drum, the Task Force deployed to Somalia, Africa where it participated in humanitarian relief and combat operations in support of Operations Restore Hope and Continue Hope. Leading the 10th Mountain Division into Somalia, the 87th Infantry Regiment members conducted the first combat operations the regiment had seen since World War II. Bravo Company and Charlie Company were attached to 2-14 Infantry during Operation Restore Hope and Continue Hope. On October 3, 1993, 3rd platoon, Charlie Company, 1-87 Infantry was dispatched as a quick reaction force to secure a crash site in a Somalian city that was a result of an attempt to seize a Somali Warlord by Task Force Ranger. In August 1994, political rhetoric was stiffening against the outlaw government of Haiti. In a Fort Drum, New York, training area, preparations for forced-entry operations were accelerating for the 1st Brigade, 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry). On September 13, 1994, the Warrior Brigade assault package, consisting of two light infantry battalions, the 10th FSB, and elements of the 10th Aviation Brigade deployed to Haiti aboard the aircraft carrier USS Eisenhower. The Brigade led the Division into Operation Uphold Democracy, air assaulting from the deck of the aircraft carrier USS Eisenhower into Port-Au-Prince, Haiti in order to participate in peacekeeping operations from September 1994 to January 1995. Most of spring 1997 was spent conducting individual training, marksmanship, squad live fire exercises and preparing to support cadet summer training at the United States Military Academy. The Brigade also conducted expert infantry and field medical testing while training and certifying three rifle companies for deployment to Bosnia, Pakistan and Germany. It also executed live fire supported coordination exercises which integrated close air support, artillery and attack helicopters. The training ensured the brigaded maintained its live fire focus and proficiency. After training for most of the year, the brigade was faced with disaster relief operations due to a major ice storm devastating northern New York in January and February of 1998. The 10th Mountain Division and Fort Drum provided 161 generators of various sizes, 15 water trailers, 77 cargo trucks, 93 heaters, over 125,000 sandbags, 9 mobile kitchens, over 2,500 Soldiers and much more in a myriad of relief activities ranging from volunteer work to medical support to liaison support in various country and state emergency operations centers. In the wake of the devastating September 11th attacks, 1st Brigade found itself answering the nation’s call by deploying world-wide, keeping peace in the Balkans, and providing support to deployed soldiers’ families back at Fort Drum. When all was said and done, 1stBrigade was the most widely deployed Infantry Brigade in the United States Army. From the summer of 2001 through the spring of 2002, the Warrior Brigade had personnel deployed in support of military operations in six different countries -- Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, Kosovo, Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), Bosnia-Herzegovina, and the United States. 2nd Battalion, 22nd Infatry Regiment deployed to Bosnia-Herzegovina in support of OPERATION JOINT GUARD. They served with pride and distinction, assisting Task Force Eagle in the monitoring the former warring factions and ensuring compliance with the Dayton Peace Accord. 1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment along with 1st Brigade Headquarters deployed to Kosovo in support of Operation Joint Guardian. There they formed the backbone of Task Force Falcon, the US-led Task Force operating in Kosovo and FYROM. 1st Battalion, 87th Infantry Regiment deployed to Uzbekistan and Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Early on in their deployment they provided base camp and airfield security and quick-reaction forces, before fighting and destroying Taliban and Al’Qaeda fighters during Operation Anaconda. Task Force Warrior began deploying to Afghanistan for combat operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in June 2003. The 4,000 members of TF Warrior replaced units of the 82nd Airborne Division over the summer months. The Task Force led the coalition effort to defeat al Qaeda, Taliban and other hostile forces in order to establish conditions for stability and reconstruction. During the welcome home ceremony in May 2004, the Soldiers were greeted by a packed Magrath gym and the theme from “Rocky” being played by the 10th Mountain Division Band. Although home for a break, the 1st Brigade arrived back in Iraq at Camp Liberty in late summer 2005. After spending several months overseas, the 1st Brigade returned to Fort Drum. The brigade was reorganized as part of the transformation of the entire 10th Mountain Division to the U.S. Army’s new modular force structure. The newly redesignated 1st Brigade Combat Team deployed once again to Iraq in 2007, where it served 15 months before returning to the North Country in fall 2008.

07/19/2020
1BCT July Remember the Fallen

The 1st Brigade Combat Team presents a video series to #RememberTheFallen. This month, we remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice throughout July's past. May they never be forgotten. #ClimbToGlory

07/19/2020
Fort Drum BOSS

Fort Drum BOSS

The Fort Drum Better Opportunity for Single Soldiers' Vice President SPC Johnnie Webb announces the reopening of the BOSS Center! We are excited to open this facility for Soldiers to utilize our computers, unlimited free printing, or to relax!
Get involved, get work done, or just say hello! Stop by anytime from Tuesday-Saturday, 1300-1900!

Fort Drum FMWR 1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division 10th Combat Aviation Brigade, 10th Mountain Division 10th Mountain Division U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division 10th Mountain Division Sustainment Brigade 10th Mountain Division Band USO Fort Drum Fort Drum Army Community Service Fort Drum Army Substance Abuse Program - ASAP Fort Drum Army Volunteer Corps

U.S. Army
07/18/2020

U.S. Army

#USArmy Senior Leaders will hold a Facebook Town Hall Wednesday, July 22 at 2:15 p.m. to discuss Diversity/Inclusion, Quality of Life, Army Combat Fitness Test, the new Army Green Service Uniform, and the impact of #COVID19 on the military.

Reply in the comments below with your questions on the topics and join the discussion here next week for answers and more.

#ArmyTeam | #ArmyFamily

07/18/2020
Fort Drum BOSS

Fort Drum BOSS

The Fort Drum Better Opportunity for Single Soldiers' Vice President SPC Johnnie Webb announces the reopening of the BOSS Center! We are excited to open this facility for Soldiers to utilize our computers, unlimited free printing, or to relax!
Get involved, get work done, or just say hello! Stop by anytime from Tuesday-Saturday, 1300-1900!

Fort Drum FMWR 1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division 10th Combat Aviation Brigade, 10th Mountain Division 10th Mountain Division U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division 10th Mountain Division Sustainment Brigade 10th Mountain Division Band USO Fort Drum Fort Drum Army Community Service Fort Drum Army Substance Abuse Program - ASAP Fort Drum Army Volunteer Corps

D co. 1-32 Infantry Regiment "Chosin" farewelled Cpt. Joshua P. Evans and welcomed their new commander Cpt. Kenneth B. S...
07/17/2020

D co. 1-32 Infantry Regiment "Chosin" farewelled Cpt. Joshua P. Evans and welcomed their new commander Cpt. Kenneth B. Stapley during a change of command ceremony on Fort Drum, NY.

Best of luck to both, on the road ahead!

#ClimbToGlory #FindAWayOrMakeOne

Fort Drum FMWR
07/16/2020

Fort Drum FMWR

Happy Thursday!

We have some exciting news!
Fort Drum BOSS will be opening on July 21!

Hours of operation will be Tuesday - Saturday from 1-7pm.

Maximum capacity is set at 20 single soldiers at a time.

We will be practicing social distancing guidelines.
Must wear a mask to enter facility.

If you have any question call, 315-772-7807.

*Subject to change*

07/16/2020
U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division

U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division

Thanks for joining us for the live town hall meeting! COL Williams and COL Lucas will be discussing General Order 1E and answering your questions following some brief opening remarks.

U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division
07/16/2020

U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division

Good morning, all! Don't forget to join us today at 12 Noon for the town hall meeting on our page. The command team will be giving us an update and answering the questions you've been submitting.

If you haven't had the chance to look through General Order 1E, the entire order and its appendices can be found on our website: https://bit.ly/2WstLNU

Also, don't forget to sign up for the July 22 pickup of the Summer Food Program. The deadline is Friday and you can find all the registration info here: https://drum.armymwr.com/promos/summer-food-service-program

This week medics across the Warrior Brigade participated in an evaluation ruck march before they compete in the Expert F...
07/16/2020

This week medics across the Warrior Brigade participated in an evaluation ruck march before they compete in the Expert Field Medical Badge(EFMB) competition.

#ClimbToGlory #FindAWayOrMakeOne

07/15/2020
Mountain 6

Mountain 6

Happy 77th Birthday 10th Mountain Division. Let us continue the climb together. CTG... 10th Mountain Division 10th Combat Aviation Brigade, 10th Mountain Division 1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division 3rd Brigade, 10th Mountain "Patriots" 10th Mountain Division Sustainment Brigade

07/15/2020
Happy Birthday 10th MTN

On this day, in 1943, the 10th Light Division was officially activated at Camp Hale, Colorado.

Happy Birthday 10th Mountain Division!

#ClimbToGlory!

Fort Drum FMWR
07/15/2020

Fort Drum FMWR

As of today, our fitness facilities will be operating under these hours:

Magrath Sports Complex: Pool will be open Monday - Friday from 6:30 - 8:00 am for Unbreakable Warrior Program Only.
Gym will be open Monday - Friday from 8am - 7pm for Active Duty Only and Saturday from 9am - 3pm for Active Duty Only.

Monti Physical Fitness Center: Monday - Friday from 6am - 11am for Unbreakable Warrior Program
Monday - Friday from 11am - 7pm for Active Duty Only
Sunday from 9am - 3pm for Active Duty Only

Atkins Functional Fitness Facility: Monday - Friday from 9am - 7pm for Active Duty Only.

PT uniform is required to be worn at all fitness facilities.

For more information visit, www.drum.armymwr.com

U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division
07/14/2020

U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division

Fort Drum General Order 1E is now in effect and that means a few changes in operations moving forward so let’s map it all out. (The pun was intentional. Forgive us. It’s been a long 2020.) Also, the command team will be holding a live town hall this Thursday, July 16 at 12 noon here on the page to discuss the entire order and answer all your questions. Please join us for that!

- Travel Impacts -
The most significant change is the extension of the local travel area to a 350-mile radius. Travel within this new local travel area does not require any additional approval for those on regular pass. There are however, still restricted areas as noted in red on the map and we’re gonna go ahead and list them all: Albany County, NY; Erie County, NY; Monroe County, NY; New York City; Oneida County, NY; Onondaga County, NY; Hampden County, MA; Suffolk County, MA; Essex County, NJ; Allegheny County, PA; Philadelphia County, PA; Cuyahoga County, OH; Baltimore County, MD; Prince George County, MD; Arlington County, VA; Fairfax County, VA; Prince William County, VA; State of Delaware, Washington D.C. and Canada. Service Members may drive through these off-limits areas travelling to another destination but may not visit any destinations within those counties or states listed.

In order to travel to unrestricted areas outside of the 350-mile local travel area, Soldiers must possess a DA-31 approved by the first 0-3 in their chain of command. Travel to restricted areas must still be approved at the 0-6 level.

Soldiers are not authorized to use commercial air, train, bus or other public transportation for their travel unless approved by an O-3 commander. Taxicabs and other car services may be used within the local travel area.

Please be aware that other states and counties may have their own restrictions and requirements in place for travelers. Know what’s required before you leave. Soldiers are strongly discouraged from committing funds to travel before they have an approved DA-31.

Traveling to areas found on the NYS List of Restricted States (https://on.ny.gov/2WkwPvz) or the CDC’s Travel Recommendations list (https://bit.ly/2Cy8aNa) will automatically require a 14-day quarantine upon your return to New York State.

- Visitors -
The trusted traveler program remains suspended at this time. Visitors who have a DoD ID card or a Fort Drum local access badge may enter the installation providing they have not traveled outside of the 350-mile radius or to one of the off-limits counties.

Visitors without a DoD ID card must have sponsorship approval in the form of an Exception to Policy (ETP) to gain access to the installation. This approval happens at the first O-5 or GS equivalent in your chain of command. All other visitor requests must be approved by the Garrison Commander.

Soldiers must submit a DA-31 to the first O-3 in their chain and obtain approval to meet or reside with any non-local visitor (from outside of the 350-mile radius) or geographically separated dependent or family member outside of the installation.

- PCS/TDY Travel -
PCS and TDY Travel are now broken down into four categories:
Unrestricted Travel indicates that the origin, destination and all intermediate stops of your travel itinerary are designated as unrestricted locations. The unit must confirm that all locations continue to be unrestricted no more than 10 days before the travel is to start. If any of the locations have changed category to restricted, travel will then require a waiver to be requested and approved.

Restricted Travel requires travelers to receive an approved ETP prior to the PCS or TDY as any one of the origin, destination or intermediate stop locations are designated as restricted.

Waivered Travel means you’ve requested and received an ETP and your PCS/TDY has been deemed necessary. This can be the case for extreme hardship, humanitarian reasons or in support of the mission. G1 will continue to coordinate and validate these requests and route to the first General Officer in a Soldier’s chain for approval.

Exempted Travel is PCS/TDY that does not require a waiver. This exemption will be indicated on orders or in a memo that travelers must carry with them. Some examples of Exempted Travel include: travel for Soldiers/DA Civilians pending retirement, separations or release from Active Duty. Also included is travel by patients and medical providers as well as their attendants and escorts; travel to and from professional military programs and travel for Global Force Management activities.

You can find all of this information fully broken down in General Order 1E on our website here: https://bit.ly/3gTrPpq

Please remember that the wear of masks is still required anytime you cannot maintain a distance of six feet or more in all public facilities. Also ensure you continue to comply with state requirements by wearing your mask over your mouth and nose when off post in an area where you cannot maintain a safe social distance.

We’ll continue to share the latest updates here and on our website: home.army.mil/drum

Fort Drum FMWR
07/14/2020

Fort Drum FMWR

As of today, our fitness facilities will be operating under these hours:

Magrath Sports Complex: Pool will be open Monday - Friday from 6:30 - 8:00 am for Unbreakable Warrior Program Only.
Gym will be open Monday - Friday from 8am - 7pm for Active Duty Only and Saturday from 9am - 3pm for Active Duty Only.

Monti Physical Fitness Center: Monday - Friday from 6am - 11am for Unbreakable Warrior Program
Monday - Friday from 11am - 7pm for Active Duty Only
Sunday from 9am - 3pm for Active Duty Only

Atkins Functional Fitness Facility: Monday - Friday from 9am - 7pm for Active Duty Only.

PT uniform is required to be worn at all fitness facilities.

For more information visit, www.drum.armymwr.com

07/13/2020
BOSS Rep Intro

Hey Warriors Meet PFC Rivas, Your 1st BCT BOSS representative!

#ClimbToGlory #FindAWayOrMakeOne

Atkins Functional Fitness Facility
07/12/2020

Atkins Functional Fitness Facility

Hours of Operation Update:

Effective Monday 13 July 2020, our gym will remain open from 0900-1900 Monday-Friday until further notice.

This Saturday will we be open from 0900-1500 while Magrath Sports Complex is still closed.

As a reminder, we will only be open to Active Duty. Military ID and PT Uniform is required at all times!

For additional information, please call the front desk at 315-772-3377

First Brigade Combat Team Rear-Detachment Unit Ministry Team
07/12/2020

First Brigade Combat Team Rear-Detachment Unit Ministry Team

1BCT Families,
Fort Drum Community Food Box Distribution
begins on July 18, 2020, 9 AM - 1 PM
FORT DRUM MAIN POST CHAPEL PARKING LOT
Bldg. 10785A, Chapel Drive

Registration is required prior to pick-up. You can register here:
https://forms.gle/JKSYxGxtN12FmcNd9

#MeetYourWarriorsPFC Jared Carberry is a Combat Engineer (12B) with Breacher Company, 7th Engineer Battalion currently d...
07/12/2020

#MeetYourWarriors
PFC Jared Carberry is a Combat Engineer (12B) with Breacher Company, 7th Engineer Battalion currently deployed to Afghanistan. Carberry performs exceptionally in his duties and will undoubtedly be a future NCO.

"Hopefully when people see a story like this, it will motivate them to show compassion for others around them. With what...
07/11/2020
Soldier who helped girl at airport: ‘Show compassion for others’

"Hopefully when people see a story like this, it will motivate them to show compassion for others around them. With what's going on in the world now, we need all the love people can show. Hopefully that young girl got to see her grandfather. That's all that mattered to me in the moment."

Watch the video to see what SPC Michael Conner of 7th BEB, 1BCT, 10th MTN DIV did to help a person in need.

https://www.wwnytv.com/2020/07/08/soldier-who-helped-girl-airport-show-compassion-others/

It’s a photo that has been making its rounds on Facebook of a Fort Drum soldier doing a good deed for a young girl.

07/10/2020
10th Mountain Division

10th Mountain Division

CSM Mario Terenas reminds all those in the 10th Mountain Division Family to set the example for COVID-19 preventative measures.
#ClimbToGlory

07/10/2020
PFC Jackson Lamme Feature

Our Soldiers display incredible talents both on duty and off. Pfc Jackson Lamme with 10th Brigade Support Battalion is one of those Soldiers. Check out the amazing oil painting he has been working on for the last few years.

#ClimbToGlory #FindAWayOrMakeOne

07/08/2020
Army Values- Integrity

The Army Values are a core part of what it means to be a Soldier. Find out what Integrity means to Spc. Jack Hames from #ChosinBattalion.

#FindAWayOrMakeOne #ClimbToGlory

U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division
07/07/2020

U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division

Good morning! As you may be able to tell from the photo, the bowling alley is reopening today. Their new hours are Thursday: 4 – 8 p.m., Friday and Saturday: 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. and Sunday: 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. Please note that all customers over the age of two must wear a mask to enter the building and there is a limit of groups of 4 or a family of 6 to help maintain social distancing protocols. The kitchen will be open for takeout and curbside pick-up only. For more information, please call 315-772-6601.

Also today is the deadline to sign up for the first week of Fort Drum FMWR's Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) and get an entire week’s worth of breakfast and supper provided for DoD ID card holder children under the age of 18. You can find the full list of dates, deadlines and the registration form here: https://drum.armymwr.com/promos/summer-food-service-program.

All of this information and more can be found on our website. Everything is broken down by topic at the top of the page:
https://home.army.mil/drum/index.php/about/Garrison/public-affairs/coronavirus-update

If you have any questions please drop them in the comments and we’ll work to get the answer.

"On the 3rd of July, 2020, SPC Vincent Ibarria from C Company, 2-22 IN, 1st Brigade Combat Team died from non-combat inj...
07/05/2020

"On the 3rd of July, 2020, SPC Vincent Ibarria from C Company, 2-22 IN, 1st Brigade Combat Team died from non-combat injuries sustained in Farah Province, Afghanistan, while serving our Nation in support of Operation Freedom's Sentinel. The entire Warrior Team mourns the loss of Vincent. Our thoughts and prayers are with Vincent's Family, Friends, and fellow Soldiers." -- W6

USO Fort Drum
07/03/2020

USO Fort Drum

We are excited to announce that USO Fort Drum is re-opening Monday July 6th! We will have limited capacity/amenity availability and social distancing/ mask requirements in place. Computer lab, Midday Snack and gaming systems will be available. Operating hours will be 9:30 am - 2:00 pm. We're looking forward to seeing you! Thank you to Golden Crescent Canvas Co for making our shields and Northern Tree Experts Inc for supporting the USO in our efforts to reopen!

07/02/2020
4th of July Safety Video

Happy Independence Day weekend Warriors! Here's some safety tips before you head out and enjoy your weekend.

#ClimbToGlory #FindAWayOrMakeOne

Come celebrate Independence Day with us at the Warrior Inn DFAC from 1130 to 1300 today!#ClimbToGlory #FindAWayOrMakeOne
07/01/2020

Come celebrate Independence Day with us at the Warrior Inn DFAC from 1130 to 1300 today!

#ClimbToGlory #FindAWayOrMakeOne

07/01/2020
10th Mountain Division

Welcome home Warriors!

Watch as 10th CAB & 1st BCT Soldiers reunite with their families after being released from quarantine following their deployment to Afghanistan.

10th Mountain Division
06/30/2020

10th Mountain Division

In the Army, in the 10th Mountain Division, on the front lines in defense of freedom, we are not defined by our differences - we are all Soldiers. We are defined by heart, courage, loyalty and tenacity.

- Brig. Gen. Brett T. Funck, 10th Mountain Division Acting Senior Commander

10th Mountain Division
06/30/2020

10th Mountain Division

Here’s a handy guide to Outdoor Recreation on Fort Drum that was referenced at the town hall. Have a safe 4th of July!

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10400 S Riva Ridge Loop
Fort Drum, NY
13602

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