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Major tenants at Fort Detrick include the 21st Signal Brigade and its sub-units, the 114th and 302d Signal Battalions, as well as several agencies that provide sustainable and environmental operations and research.

21st Sig Bde 301-619-6100
After its start in 1965 at Fort Bragg, NC, the 21st Signal Brigade participated in 13 campaigns during the Vietnam War before being deactivated in 1971. When the brigade was reactivated in 2003, it was headquartered at Fort Detrick where it still remains today with command over the 56th Signal Battalion and 7th Signal Center (located at Fort Gordon), the 114th Signal Battalion (in the field at Raven Rock Mountain Complex in PA), and the 302d Signal Battalion.
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114th Sig Bn 301-619-6251
302d Sig Bn 301-619-2115
The 302d Signal Battalion was activated in New York in 1921 and soon saw action during World War Two where it helped General Patton’s Third Army move across Europe. The battalion was the first to take Heidelberg, Germany, while assisting the 12th Army Group, but soon after was deactivated in 1946. After reactivation in 1969, the 302d deployed to Bangkok, Thailand, with the Army’s 29th Signal Group and saw action in Southeast Asia until 1971 when it took over the 160th Signal Brigade’s action in Germany after the Berlin Wall fell. After another deactivation in the 1990s, the battalion finally came back for good as a part of the 21st Signal Brigade at Fort Detrick in 2003.
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6MLMC (6th Medical Logistics Management Center) 301-619-7770
AFMOA/SGAL (Air Force Medical Operations Agency) 301-619-2005
Co. B, 4th LAR (Marine Corps) 301-619-7136
National Center for Medical Intelligence 301-619-7574
NMLC (Naval Medical Logistics Command) 301-619-2157
US Army Corps of Engineers 301-619-4021
USACEHR (U.S. Army Center for Environmental Health Research) 301-619-7685
USAMMA (U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency) 301-619-7461
USAMMDA (U.S. Army Medical Materiel Development Activity) 301- 619-7643
USAMRAA (U.S. Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity) 301-619-2183
USAMRIID (U.S. Army Research Institute of Infectious Diseases) 301-619-2833
USAMRMC (U.S. Army Medical Research & Materiel Command) 301-619-2107

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