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Installation Access

Until further notice, Fort Benning is accepting all state-issued driver licenses and identification cards as a means of entry to the installation.

All access procedures remain the same. For more information, go to http://www.benning.army.mil/GateInfo/
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Access Control Point hours during Holiday Block Leave Dec. 19 through Jan. 2.



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24/7 SEXUAL ASSAULT HOTLINE 706-566-7393
Sayers Memorial Library closes Monday Dec. 7

Library will re-open Monday December 21st

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ARMY SUICIDE PREVENTION PROGRAM

Talk to your Chain of Command, Supervisor, Chaplain, or Behavioral Health Professional or call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255), press 1 for the Veterans Crisis Line

WAY STREET CLOSURE

Beginning Dec. 23, DPW will close Way Street until repairs on a failed pipe under the road can be made. Temporary signage, barricades and other traffic control devices will be in place during the closure to ensure the safety of all.
SUNSHINE ROAD CLOSURE

Beginning Dec. 28, DPW will be closing a portion of Sunshine Road to repair damages to a bridge on the back side of the airfield. Motorists travelling to and from Alabama through the Eddy Bridge Access Control Point will be provided a clearly marked detour route. While work is expected to take approximately four weeks to complete, there will be no impact on the ACP hours of operation.

Temporary signage, barricades and other traffic control devices will be used during the closure to ensure the safety of all.

Thanks for your continued support, DPW.