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Fort Gordon

Named after Confederate Lieutenant General John Brown Gordon who was activated during the infantry and armor training during World War II. During the war, 55,000 acres of its land have been the divisional training base for the 4th and 26th Infantry Divisions. After World War II up to 85,000 officers have been enlisted personnel and were discharged from Camp Gordon’s Army Personnel Center. Many facilities including the U.S Disciplinary Barracks and began in 1943, a prisoner from war camp for the Germans and Italians of World War II captives.

During the decade the Camp Gordon in Augusta, Georgia was the home to the one and only Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory in the whole continent of the United States and also the home of the Rehabilitation Training Center and the Disciplinary Barracks. The Basic Replacement Training Center as well as the Advanced Leader’s School have provided the basic training and advanced leadership training which were both inactive in 1955.

In June 1962 all activities of the Signal Corps Training Center were reorganized under the guidance of the U.S Army Southeastern Signal School. Designating the installation of the U.S Army Signal Center, the Army consolidated every communications training at Fort Gordon on October 1, 1974.

The following decade has found its Mobilization Command that deployed numerous troops to Southwest Asia during its Operation for Desert Shield Storm in 1990 up until 1991.

In March 2014, Fort Gordon officially became the U.S. Army Cyber Center of Excellence.

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Department of Defense Augusta officials are thoroughly monitoring the outbreak of the virus that has caused the novel Coronavirus which was first detected in Wuhan City, Hubei Province of China, DOD is coordinating with the interagency partners to ensure the accurate and timely information that is available and highly encouraged to the measurement that is taken to minimize the widespread of the virus.



Fort Gordon has a population of approximately 16,000 service members and 9,000 civilian employees. The installation is supporting the population that is roughly 80,000 including military Families, contractors, and retirees. EZ Augusta Junk Removal


Fort Gordon has approximately 55,596 acres. The installation aims to the readiness of the service member and allows the troops to maneuver to more than 49 training areas, mortars, a fire that are more than 11 ranges, or shoot artillery and other munitions into multiple areas.


Fort Gordon can be reached from Interstate 20, on the western edge of Augusta, GA. Jimmie Dyess Parkway (Interstate 20, Exit 194) leads you directly to Fort Gordon’s main entrance for DOD ID Cardholders and those with authorized Fort Gordon Access Credentials/documents.

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