Fort A.P. Hill


Fort A.P. Hill was established in 1941, and was used as training site for large units, in 1942 it was the headquarters and staging area for General George S Patton's Task Force A, before they invaded Morocco. Fort Hill continued to function as a training area for large units during both the Korea and Vietnam Wars. Today, the 76,000 acres are used to train all branches of the US military, as well as other state and federal agencies.

Mission Statement: 
Fort A. P. Hill, a Regional Training Center, provides realistic joint and combined arms training support to America's Defense Forces.
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Primary Units: 
189th Engineering Company
80th Division, Drill Sergeant School
Nearest City: 
Bowling Green
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