Papago Park

Papago Park

Papago Park Military Reservation (PPMR) was originally established as Camp Papago on April 21, 1930 by Public Law 92 of the 71st Congress. The act served to abolish the Papago-Saguaro National Momument and reserve public lands for military purposes.

Since congressional designation in 1930, PPMR has been an active military facility supporting the Arizona National Guard.

 

Important Information

SHARP/SARC Office:

(602) 531-0998 or (602) 267-2449

Suicide Prevention Hotline:

1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Military One Source:

1-800-342-9647 or (602) 267-2430

Papago Park Security:

(602) 267-2428

Soldier Support

I.D. Cards/DEERS Transactions:   

(602) 267-2750

Military Clothing Sales:                

(602) 275-8307

Education Services Assistant (MGIB):

(602) 267-2445

MILPAY: (602) 629-4233

Medical Files and Records:  

(602) 629-4370

Inspector General: (602) 267-2670

Judge Advocate General (JAG):

(602) 267-2588

Family Programs

State (AZNG) Benefits Advisor (TRICARE Reserve Select):

(602) 267-2545

Survivor Outreach Services: 

Phoenix area,

(602) 267-2172

(602) 267-2173

Camp Navajo,

(928) 773-3295

Family Readiness:

(602) 267-2593/2391

Chaplain:

(602) 629-4805