Fort McCoy FAQ

Installation Info: Zip Code: 54656, Area Code: 608, DSN: 280

Fort McCoy is a Total Force Training Center with a mission to enhance readiness by supporting training, serving as a Power-Projection Platform for mobilization, providing installation management expertise, and providing selected services on and off post.

Located in the heart of the upper Midwest, Fort McCoy is the only U.S. Army installation in Wisconsin and is the only Army facility in the region focused on providing Total Force training. For nearly two decades, the installation annually has provided support and facilities for the field and classroom training of more than 100,000 military personnel from all services.

The Fort McCoy complex is situated on 60,000 acres, 46,000 of which are available for maneuver and training. More than 60,000 additional acres are available in neighboring counties through training land-use agreements.

The U.S. Army Reserve Command (USARC) in Atlanta, Ga., is Fort McCoy's higher headquarters. Fort McCoy's parent-installation responsibilities include providing command- and functional staff support to sustain training missions at the direct-reporting installations.

As a world-class installation, Fort McCoy's continuing goal is to provide excellent customer service and facilities and enhance the quality of life for all who train, work or live here. The Fort McCoy community truly is unique, with active, reserve and civilian components working together for the betterment of all facets of life at the installation.