Base Access On-line ApplicationFort Leonard Wood requires all guest who do not have a military/government ID to complete an application to be considered for base access. Please click on the link below. The point of contact email is email@example.com.
ATTN: Effective immediately contractors, sub-contractors, and vendors wishing to access post must have been pre-registered for a pass by a DoD representative from Fort Leonard Wood. If they are not pre-registered, they will be denied access until
1) They complete the application process.
2) The event sponsor comes to the Visitor's Center in person.
If your pass recipient hasn't picked up their pass within 60 days of submission, the pass will be deleted.
The pass recipient will have to come in person as we verify their identity and take their picture. Please notify them that their passes are ready, as we do not.
*Note that the passes cannot be picked up prior to the start date of the pass, unless it is a replacement for a current pass. Example: if you approve someone for 1-31 July, and they are not currently in possession of a FLW issued pass, they wouldn't be able to pick up the pass until 1 July. Due to the way our pass system is set up, the pass starts the same time it is printed.
*REAL ID ACT UPDATE*All states and territories, with the exception of AMERICAN SAMOA have a REAL ID compliance extension until 10 Oct 2018. No second form of ID is required unless you are from AMERICAN SAMOA.
Base Access Application
Accessing Fort Leonard Wood following the REAL ID Act of 2005Drivers’ licenses and identification cards from the states of Missouri, Minnesota, Washington, and American Samoa are no longer accepted as a valid form of identification alone to gain access to Fort Leonard Wood and its facilities. Drivers’ licenses and identification cards from these states are non-compliant with the standards of the federal REAL ID Act.
Acceptable alternate forms of identification that may be used in conjunction with a state driver's license to potentially gain access to the installation are:
* United States Passport or United States Passport Card
* Certified Copy of Birth Certificate
* Social Security Card
* Permanent Resident Card/Alien Registration Receipt Card (Form I-551)
* Foreign passport with a temporary (I-551) stamp or temporary (I-551) printed notation on a machine readable
* Employment authorization document that contains a photograph (Form I-766)
* Foreign passport with Form I-94 or Form I-94A bearing same name as passport and containing an endorsement of the alien’s nonimmigrant status, as long as the endorsement has not expired and proposed employment is not in conflict with restrictions or limitations identified on the form.
* School identification card with photograph
* U.S. Military or draft record (Certified Copy of DD Form 214)
* U.S. Coast Guard Merchant Mariner Card
* Transportation Worker Identification Card (TWIC)
* Native American Tribal Document
Visitor(s) requesting access without a REAL ID Act compliant form of identification or cannot provide supplemental identity proofing documents as listed above, must be escorted by a DOD credentialed person at all times while on the installation. All persons requesting unescorted access will continue to be vetted through the National Crime Information Center, prior to being issued an installation pass.