About Fort HuachucaIn southeastern Arizona, Fort Huachuca (wa-CHOO-ka) was founded in 1877 to combat raids by Native Americans and outlaws. In 1954 the fort became the site of the Army Electronic Proving Ground. The 73,272-acre fort is headquarters of the U.S. Army Information Systems Command, the U.S. Army Intelligence Center and various other military organizations. The Old Post retains many of the original buildings constructed in the late 19th century.
Note: Each visitor must be a U.S. citizen and present photo identification to gain admittance to the fort. Foreign nationals must be escorted by public affairs personnel. Proof of vehicle registration and insurance must be provided for each vehicle entering the premises.
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