OMAHA, NEBRASKA  

COMMAND AND SUPPORT CENTER

THE HISTORY OF 

THE POST OF OMAHA, 
FORT OMAHA,
FORT CROOK
 AND 
THE QUARTERMASTER DEPOTS

 

     Omaha served as a major command and supply center for the Army’s operations in support of the settlement of the West during the final half of the nineteenth century.  This command center role was reestablished on a grander scale during the post World War II period and into the 1990s through the presence of the headquarters of the Strategic Air Command and the Strategic Command. 

     The purpose of this narrative is to examine the origin and role of Omaha’s military posts in performing their command and support function.

Authored & graciously donated to the site by:

Fred M. Greguras


Palo Alto, California  94306

fgreguras@hotmail.com

 

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