• According to, the United States Army's nine week intensive physical, mental and skill training is completed in one of six locations. A recruit's Basic Training location is determined by the location of the soldier's subsequent Advanced Individual Job Training.

    Fort Benning

    The Fort Benning Basic Training Camp is located in Fort Benning, Georgia. It is led by Major General Michael Ferriter.

    Fort Jackson

    The Basic Combat Training Center of Excellence in Fort Jackson is located in Columbia, South Carolina. This training facility is led by Brigadier General Bradley W. May.

    Fort Knox

    Home to the U.S. Armory Armor Center, Fort Knox Basic Training Camp is located in Kentucky, just a few miles south of Louisville.

    Fort Leonard Wood

    Major General Gregg Wood is the commander of Fort Leonard Wood in Missouri. It is home to the U.S. Army Maneuver Support Center of Excellence.

    Fort McClellan

    Fort McClellan, which is adjacent to Anniston, Alabama, is home to the U.S. Army Military Police, and the U.S. Army Chemical Schools.

    Fort Sill

    Fort Sill Basic Training Camp in Fort Sill, Oklahoma is located 85 miles southwest of Oklahoma City.

    Source: Basic Training

    More Information: The Official Homepage of the United States Army

  • That would depend on which Army.

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