SEARCHLIGHT: Illuminating ADA Excellence
Air defenders aid storm-riddled forward unit... See Release »
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SEARCHLIGHT: Illuminating ADA Excellence
Top Notch Brigade NCO and Soldier of the Year... See Release »
SEARCHLIGHT: Illuminating ADA Excellence
Soldiers from the 10th AAMDC enabling Command and Control... See Release »
SEARCHLIGHT: Illuminating ADA Excellence
10th AAMDC Soldier Helps at the Garrison... See Release »
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AIR DEFENSE ARTILLERY CENTER AND SCHOOL

MISSION


Meet the needs of Army, Joint and Coalition Commanders. Lead an innovative and forward-thinking Fires Enterprise that: Provides the nation with the world’s best trained, organized and equipped Soldiers and units led by adaptive and resilient leaders. Develop and deploy Field Artillery (FA) and Air Defense Artillery (ADA) capabilities required for full spectrum operations to support current operational needs. Develop and integrate capabilities for future force warfighting concepts. Through engagement, provide world class joint and coalition exportable training



VISION


The world’s most versatile Fires Force, with agile and adaptive Soldiers and leaders; fielded with integrated and interoperable systems; capable of delivering accurate and responsive fires in any environment, from “mud to space,” at any time.



CONTACT INF0RMATION


730 Schimmelpfenning Avenue Bldg. 730 | Fort Sill, OK 73503 | 580-558-0833

Email addres: usarmy.sill.fcoe.mbx.ada-commandant-chief-km@mail.mil

For current events, photos, and questions, please view our Office of the Chief of the Air Defense Artillery (OCADA) and Facebook pages which are updated regularly.

THIS WEEK IN ADA HISTORY
June 29

• June 29, 1950, The Department of the Army established the Army Antiaircraft Command with headquarters in the Pentagon. Major General Willard Irvine, an antiaircraft artillery officer, served as the first commander. See Article

• July 1, 1908, Maj. Gen. Arthur Murray became Chief of Coast Artillery and served in this position until March 14, 1911.

• July 1, 1920, Maj. Gen. Frank W. Coe became Chief of Coast Artillery. He served until March 19, 1926.