Garrison

Installation Management Command

IMCOM, a single organization headquartered in San Antonio with six regional offices worldwide, was implemented to reduce bureaucracy and apply a uniform business structure to manage U.S. Army installations.

IMCOM was launched to meet a number of objectives: implement a standardization process so that Soldiers and families can count on quality, consistent and uniform services at all installations; streamline how installations receive money and ensure installation funds are used for installation services (as opposed to combat training or other missions); relieve warfighters and mission commanders of installation-related tasks so that they can focus on combat training and tactical-related issues; and support mission-readiness and execution. Within the IMCOM business structure for installations, Fort Meade is aligned under the Installation Management Command Atlantic Region. To learn more about IMCOM, visit www.imcom.army.mil/hq/.

Military District of Washington

MDW is a leadership extension of the IMCOM and provides real-time guidance, direction and assistance to Army garrisons located in the region.

The mission of the regional office is to guide, direct, enable and oversee assigned garrisons; assess and convey resource requirements to IMCOM; and respond to installation management requirements. MDW also acts as a command and control headquarters relative to all base operations, functions, contingency operations and crisis management operations. MDW reviews and oversees resource allocations, interfaces with major commands and other services, and implements IMCOM policies and programs. MDW also interact with congressional delegations when necessary.

Headquarters Command Battalion

4551 Llewellyn Avenue

301-677-5153/6816/7145

Headquarters Command Battalion and Headquarters Company was established Feb. 9, 1971. Today, multiple military occupational specialties make up the Headquarters Company. However, the mission of this company makes Headquarters Company one of the most multifaceted companies in the Army.

Its personnel, Headquarters Command Battalion and the installation headquarters provide a broad spectrum of administrative and logistical support to the post community. Headquarters Company also provides administrative and logistical support to several partner units. The Soldiers of Headquarters Company are committed to sustaining the highest state of readiness and providing the highest quality of service. The 241st Military Police Detachment is attached to the battalion for administrative and training purposes. Their purpose is to provide law enforcement, military working dog teams and force protection.

241st Military Police Detachment

8477 Simonds Street

301-677-7897 (Commander)

301-677-4835 (Detachment Sergeant)

2nd Military Working Dog Detachment

6617 York Avenue

301-677-3435 (Kennel Master)

The detachment is made up of two Military Police (MP) MTOE detachments consisting of a Law and Order and a Canine Detachment within one command under the 241st Military Police Detachment. The 241st Military Police Detachment trains and provides military police to perform law and order on Fort Meade, to include the NSA and the National Capital Region.

On order, the 241st Military Police Detachment conducts Physical Security, Military and Customs Operations in support of worldwide contingency missions. On order, the 241st Military Police Detachment supports the Military District of Washington in Defense Support of Civil Authorities (DSCA). The 2nd Military Working Detachment trains and provides military working dogs to perform law and order by providing target odor detection (explosive/drug) on Fort George G. Meade to include the National Security Agency and the National Capital Region.