General Information

The U.S. Army Air Defense Artillery Training Support Facility's mission is to train Air Defense Soldiers and leaders through preserving the history and heritage of the United States Army and the Air Defense Artillery branch and its origins with the Coast Artillery Corps from 1907 to the present. The Training Support Facility does this through research, interpretation, and display of historically significant artifacts and properties and maintains them as an accessible resource for the professional education of ADA branch students, Soldiers and Leaders, scholars, and the general public

Hours of Operation
  • Monday - Friday: 07:30-1600
  • Weekends: Closed
  • Federal Holidays: Closed
Contact Information:
  • Director/Curator: 580-558-7556
  • Museum Technician: 580-558-7554
  • NCOIC/Scheduling: 580-558-7551
  • Facility Maintenance: 580-442-4045


The primary mission of TSFs is to educate and train Soldiers in branch history, technology, and heritage according to baseline curricular standards. The primary purpose of the collection at a TSF is to serve as a technological repository for the support of training, education, and research and development of future weapon systems


The ADA Training Support Facility is a new state-of-the-art training facility which consists of two classrooms totalling 4,200 sq. ft., a training bay of nearly 35,000 sq. ft., staff offices, and conservation areas.