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NEWS | July 6, 2023

Publications: Update Pubs Account Address

BLUF: Change your pubs account address to reflect the new Army base installation name changes to receive publications.

Spc. Kenneth Luckey, left, U.S. Army Pfc. Kanishka Sharma, center, and U.S. Army Spc. Brady Johnson, AH-64 Apache Attack helicopter repairers look at the Interactive Electronic Technical Manual to reference components of the AH-64 Apache Attack helicopter.
Photo by Pfc. Matthew Marcellus
Attention unit pubs account managers: don’t be THAT unit that has its publications returned to sender because it failed to update its mailing address when its installation has gone through a name change.
Publications have been returned to sender from these bases:
  • Ft Novosel, previously Ft Rucker
  • Ft Liberty, previously Ft Bragg 
  • Ft Cavazos, previously Ft Hood 
  • Ft Gregg-Adams, previously Ft Lee 
  • Ft Johnson, previously Ft Polk 
  • Ft Barfoot, previously Ft Pickett 
  • Ft Moore, previously Ft Benning 
For more information about establishing or updating a pubs account, see this previous PS Magazine article HERE.
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BE ADVISED: With the migration to Army365, emails in older articles may still reflect an address. To update, change the domain to