Fort Drum: Delayed reporting order

FORT DRUM, NY —   Due to inclement weather on February 18, 2022, the Garrison Commander has issued a DELAYED REPORTING ORDER. Today is a scheduled DONSA  for our military personnel. Emergency/mission essential personnel will report as scheduled unless notified otherwise by their chain of command. If you are unsure how this affects you please contact your chain of command or supervisor for clarification.

Non-emergency/non-mission-essential civilian personnel will report to duty/work no later than 9 a.m. Emergency/mission-essential civilian personnel will report as scheduled unless notified by their chain of command/supervisor.

Child and Youth Services (Child Development Centers, School Age Center) is closed today.

The Guthrie Clinic, OB/GYN Clinic at Samaritan, and all troop and dental clinics open at 9 a.m. All patients with appointments before 9 a.m. should reschedule their appointments.

The Commissary will open at 9 a.m.

All AAFES locations are open for business as scheduled.

All additional support services are closed until 9 a.m.; any activities/appointments scheduled before 9 a.m. must be rescheduled.

Fort Drum Welcome Center: All in-processing Soldiers with appointments today in Clark Hall must report to Clark Hall at 9:30 a.m. and can contact their respective Platoon Sergeant for additional information.

We urge all members of the Fort Drum community to exercise caution when traveling and practice good winter-weather safety. All government vehicles follow Road Condition Guidance identified in Appendix C of Fort Drum Reg 525-27.

We encourage members of the Fort Drum community to monitor local news media for weather conditions and monitor Fort Drum’s status by using one or more of the following methods: Fort Drum Information Hotline 315-772-DRUM (3786); Fort Drum website at, and here on Facebook.

FEMA winter weather safety tips can be found at Monitor local driving conditions at