Fort Carson has served more than a half-century as a versitile location for Army training missions such as this Warrior Leader Course situational exercise. But all of Fort Carson’s assets and missions will face re-evaluation in the next Base Realignment and Closure process when the pressure will be on Colorado Springs to prove its worthiness as a home for multiple military installations.
The Army’s restructuring plan has been kind to Fort Carson. While other military posts around the world will see losses of thousands of soldiers as the Army moves to a smaller fighting force, the Mountain Post now is scheduled to grow by 1,800 during the next six years. “Including other restructuring changes, the Army anticipates […]
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