Fort Huachuca is a U.S Army installation under the command of the United States Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC). Fort Huachuca is known as the home of Military Intelligence, and is also known historically as the home of the Buffalo Soldier when the fort was used as a post Civil War Army Cavalry base. Fort Huachuca Lodging has been recently privatized through the Army Privatization of Army Lodging (“PAL”) program. The Army post features many Military Intelligence schools & courses under the guidance of TRADOC, and offers many multi-disciplinary courses across branches of the military to all services including Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps personnel.
Hotels near Fort Huachuca
Browse government and military rate hotels for travel to Fort Huachuca. Our lodging availability and rates are updated daily to provide official and off-duty travelers with some of the best hotel and extended stay rates for government assignments or vacation travel. No government or military ID required for off-duty travel reservations. Official travelers on orders may be requested to show a valid ID on arrival. Prior to making a hotel reservation, be sure to check official GSA Per Diem Rates.
Fort Huachuca Army Post Lodging
Post lodging on Fort Huachuca is older and awaiting renovations over the next several years in order to bring the lodging up to code. Hotels in Sierra Vista are highly recommended as an alternative to Fort Huachuca Post Lodging because of the occasional lack of availability and quality of lodging on post. As an alternative to post lodging, Military Intelligence travelers on extended TDY travel to Fort Huachuca may want to seek furnished off post TDY Housing in Sierra Vista for longer stays.
Fort Huachuca Information
Some of the many Fort Huachuca Military Intelligence schools include the MIBOLC (Military Intelligence Officer’s Basic Course), WOBC & WOAC – Warrant Officer Basic & Advanced Courses, CISAC – the Counter Intelligence Special Agent Course, the Strategic Debriefing Course -or- DSDC – STRAT-B, HT-JCOE – HUMINT Training – Joint Center of Excellence (HT-JCOE), and RC-12 Guardrail – Army Fixed Wing Aviation Transition Course, among many other courses on Fort Huachuca.