About Us




The 86th Training Division provides a realistic, challenging, and austere training platform for Army Reserve Units within the Sustainable Readiness Model (SRM), in support of Geographical and Functional Commands. As directed, the 86th Training Division will plan and execute training opportunities to Multi-Component, Joint, Interagency, Intergovernmental, and Multinational forces.


The 86th Training Division is recognized as the US Army Reserve's premier organization that will assist Joint, Combined, and Active Army Forces in training and assessing unit readiness through live training events.

Re-designated 18 September 2010 as Headquarters, 86th Training Division

Activated 16 September 2010 at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin.

Redesignated 11 February 2009 as Headquarters, 86th Training Brigade.

Inactivated 30 December 1946 in the Philippine Islands.

Ordered into active military service 15 December 1942 and reorganized and re-designated at Camp Howze, Texas, as Headquarters, 86th Infantry Division.

Re-designated 31 March 1942 as Division Headquarters, 86th Division.

Organized 10 September 1921 at Chicago, Illinois.

Reconstituted 24 June 1921 in the Organized Reserves as Headquarters, 86th Division.

Demobilized in January 1919 at Camp Grant, Illinois.

Organized 25 August 1917 at Camp Grant, Illinois.

Constituted 5 August 1917 in the National Army as Headquarters, 86th Division.

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    50 South O Street B50
    Fort McCoy, Wisconsin 54656

    General Inquiries: 608-388-0714/1945
    Media Inquiries: 
    502-624-4198 e-mail

    Headquarters Company: 608-388-0714/1945

    Command Group: 608-388-0970
    Contingency Operations Integration Cell (COIC): 608-388-0978/6002
    Public Affairs: 
    502-624-4152 e-mail