Fort Campbell - Small Business Contracting Information and Assistance

 Fort Campbell 101st Airborne 160th SOAR

 

Fort Campbell (U.S. Army) - Base contracting information and small business opportunities. Current procurement support requirements at Fort Campbell (products, parts, equipment, and specialized services). Summary of subcontracting and supplier / vendor opportunities with prime defense contractors supporting the 101st Airborne Division, the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, and the 5th Special Forces Group. Points of contact with U.S. Army and DoD contracting offices at Fort Campbell. 

  

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OVERVIEW:  

Fort Campbell is home to a number of U.S. Army and Air Force units to include the famous 101st Airborne Division (known as the "Screaming Eagles"). The 101st Airborne Division is a light infantry division that specializes in air assault operations. The 101st Airborne operates the most helicopters of any U.S. Army division. 

Also located at Fort Campbell is the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (known as the "Night Stalkers"). The 160th SOAR is an Army special operations force.  The 160th SOAR provides helicopter aviation support for both general purpose combat forces and special operations forces. Normally the 160th SOAR's missions are conducted at night and on short notice. Co-located at Fort Campbell is the 5th Special Forces Group. The 5th SFG primarily conducts operations in the Central Command (CENTCOM) region (Southwest Asia - Iraq and Afghanistan).   

Fort Campbell has approximately 30,000 military employees; the largest population of military personnel in Kentucky.  There are also approximately 2,300 DoD civilian employees at this Army installation. In an average year, Fort Campbell awards and/or administers over $342 million in government contracts. A significant portion of these contracts are set-aside for small business concerns. 

Fort Campbell Kentucky Map
 
Fort Campbell is located 10 miles south
of Hopkinsville, Kentucky (near the
Tennessee-Kentucky state border). 

U.S. Army Organizations and Tenant Units at Fort Campbell:

  • 101st Airborne Division
  • 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (160th SOAR)  
  • 5th Special Forces Group 
  • 52nd Ordnance Group (EOD) 
  • Blanchfield Community Hospital 
  • 19th Air Support Operations Squadron - U.S. Air Force
  • 18 Weather Squadron, Detachment 4 - U.S. Air Force

    Fort Campbell official website:  http://www.campbell.army.mil/Pages/Default.aspx   
     
    Fort Campbell telephone directory:  http://www.mybaseguide.com/directory/34/fort_campbell 
     
    Fort Campbell base operator:  270-798-2151

    Contracting support for Fort Campbell and on-site Army units:  

    Army Contracting Command, MICC - Fort Campbell
    Bldg 2174, 131/2 & Indiana St
    Fort Campbell, Kentucky 42223-1100
    Phone: 270-412-2302  /  270-798-7825 
     
    U.S. Army Medical Command MEDCOM
    North Atlantic Regional Contracting Office
    8901 Rockville Pike, Bldg 54
    Bethesda, Maryland 20889
    Phones: 706-787-7944  /  270-798-8165 
     
    Technical Applications Contracting Office (TAKO)
    ATTN: AMSAM-TASO-K
    Lee Boulevard, Building 401
    Fort Eustis, Virginia 23604-5577
    Phones: 757-878-4657   
     
    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
    USACE District, Louisville
    Attn: CELRL-CT
    PO Box 59
    Louisville, Kentucky 40201-0059
    Phone: 502-315-6170  /  502-315-6178
    Small Business Liaison:  502-315-6111    

       
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