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Kary Henson Towles
· April 7, 2018
They gave us that little extra support that we needed during basic. I missed my son so much, I was a nervous wreck. The pics that they posted really helped us get through it. I got to see him quite a... few times. Thank you guys, you're the best! See More
Lori Bill
· April 9, 2018
We are so thankful for the support that you give us through Basic. we truly appreciate all the pictures that you take and post for us. It makes me feel better to be able to see him and see what he i...s learning. See More
Marsha Rozmiarek
· April 12, 2018
Thank you so much! Seeing my son in the Basic Training pictures makes my whole day so much better!!!�
Carmin M Perez
· April 12, 2018
Thank you guys!!! Because of them I was able to see my husband made my day as well as my kids!!!
Kerry Karebear
· January 20, 2018
So thankful that you provide photos of our loved ones. It is heartwarming to see them and what they are doing! ��
Tara Thomas
· January 28, 2018
Thank y'all for doing a great job! I have several great photos of my SIT. The quality of product is incredible
Jessica Gore
· October 29, 2017
Thank you so much for giving us all the opportunity to see our loved ones! I was so excited to learn there was a way to access photos of him and the other troops! Once again, THANK YOU!�
Claudia Cano
· April 5, 2017
Thank you so much for all this that you do may God bless you!! :-) You have no idea how happy and even more Proud of her I was yesterday to see my sister Vanessa Morales B148 after 1 1/2 month not see...n her, and seeing her in her Army uniform brought tears to my eyes. � I been missing my Sister more than ever although she lives in FL. we dont talk/video chat so often but been in this situacion makes me miss her more!!! :-( Thanks again and keep an eye on all our future Army Soldiers!! :-) See More
Ellyn Clark
· November 30, 2016
Eternally greatful for FLW Photography. You are a God send to those of us whom are having a difficult time with being separated from our loved ones. For most of us, it is the 1st time in our lives tha...t our loved ones are far from us with out the ability for immediate communication, without having that immediate emotional connection. Your photos provide that immediate connection to our loved ones (my SIT is my daughter, E701 2nd PLT, MP) that we so desperately need & long for. Your dedication & service to the loved ones of FLW SIT's is beyond measure. Thank you, from my heart to yours, for being there to care, for bridging the emotional gap between us & our SIT's through your photos. Many blessings be upon all of you at FLW Photography. See More
Lesa Ruperti
· December 9, 2017
I think this page is awesome and God bless those who take there time to post and share
Michele R. Harmony
· March 19, 2016
I love looking at the photos. My son has been in Co, A 795 for one month now and these pictures help me greatly! The distance (and his absence) doesn't seem all that bad, being I can still see his fac...e...and the faces of his battle buddies.
I paid the very small fee to be able to view in "high resolution," and let me tell you is it ever worth it! Thank you all for what you do. You make my life happier with each new pic.
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Carol Hanscome
· September 30, 2017
Thanks for sharing photos so I can see my SIT. It is comforting to know that he is doing fine and having a great time learning things.
Artina Harkins
· February 14, 2016
Pictures are blurry. You can't see faces in a lot of them. Very rare to see your soldier because the photographer tends to concentrate on only a few people and the rest are ignored. 40 - 60 photos ...of a company sized element, with most of the pics featuring the same few people means that your photography studio is missing out on a LOT of revenue. I would happily pay for whoever many photos you offered of my soldier. The problem is that I'm not seeing any. See More
Missy Lehman Robbins
· July 14, 2016
In the beginning of Charlie 35's cycle you all were great at posting. However, the last set of pics posted were from BRM. No grenade, other weapons, NIC or Basic Crossover/Graduation. They have now ab...out completed 1st week of their AIT portion of training. Understand you all busy, but to encourage us to buy a cd of the pics at gradiation is bothersome, especially since only about 5 wks worth of pics have been taken thus far. How are we to know the whole training experience is captured or not before purchase? I am hoping that you all are just backed up, and pics will magically appear. But, meanwhile, you have a whole company's worth of families checking daily only to face disappointment on a continuous weekly basis. See More
Stephanie Ballard
· June 14, 2016
I received the pictures today and my son wasn't in any of them. It wasn't even of his unit that graduated. He came in with the MP and then at the end was transferred to his engineering unit. His annua...l shows the MP graduation and their pictures. The only picture we could fine of him was the one at the very front of it from his class. While I am grateful you photograph the soldiers, I feel this was a waste of our money. I would have liked to have seen at least one of his pictures from his time there. See More
Linda Hill Clay
· May 26, 2016
i am so excited about this page and getting to see my son. I actually stumbled upon it. We need to be told about this site when they leave for basic. I wish you could have heard me when I saw it an...d saw the first pictures of my boy. He has been gone almost four weeks and just seeing what is taking place is such a sweet sweet blessing.. See More
Mark Murph
· February 27, 2016
No complaints here. Anything you post is very much appreciated. The photos give me a chance to see and understand ,just a little bit ,of what my soldier is experiencing. Every post allows my heart to ...soar in hopes of quick glimpse of my son. Thank you for all you do. See More
Jen Brunson Decicco
· September 17, 2016
I truly feel blessed that there are pictures of my SIT and all the others that are with him. It helps this journey giving me the connection still to see what he is doing behind those gates. I want to ...thank you for the pictures. I stalk the activity photos page all the time to look for updates. & thank you for high resolution. It's amazing. My SIT is with the A Co 795th MP BN 1st PLT. ����. See More
Timothy Infinger
· October 22, 2017
Thank yall for you photos there nice to see them. My son PVT. Infinger, Stephen is there in the 795th 2nd platoon , 14th brigade and our family is proud of him. We miss him in FLORIDA. THANKS
Pete Sinclair
· September 5, 2017
My neice is in the Army National Guard right now as my son is here at Ft Leonard Wood these pictures are terrible in comparison dont understand
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Hello, everyone. Another reminder that photos found on our activities website are heavily copyrighted and are not to be posted to social media. Please be aware that posting these photos can result in your account on our website to be suspended. Thank you.

Hello everyone. Just a reminder that ALL photos found on basictrainingphotos.com are heavily copyrighted and cannot be used in any form without licensing.

This includes social media. Please do not post these photos.

Not only are they copyrighted, but you do not have permission from other soldiers, or their families, that may be in the picture.

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Good morning everyone! Just a reminder that for privacy reasons we cannot respond to comments publicly. If you have a question, a comment or a concern, please direct message us or look on our FB wall for frequently asked questions. Thank you for your continued support!

Just a reminder, We do not have a set schedule on posting and we cannot guarantee each event will be photographed. However, we will definitely post what we can photograph! It takes us four to six weeks to sort, edit, and post the initial photos. Thank you so much for your patience and continued support!

Unfortunately we are only able to archive basic training photo images for 2 years. We do not have access to images taken further back than that.

It can take four to five weeks to post photos of the new cycles. Pictures will be organized by the first letter of your soldier’s Company name and the Company number, both in their return address on base. The current cycles will NOT have a grad date next to them. Previous cycles will have the company name and number followed by the date they graduated. Once the photos are available, you can find them on our site, www.ftwoodphotos.com. It is important to note that we only photograph basic training and not AIT. Thanks!

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You can order individual portraits, yearbooks, training DVD's, graduation DVD's, and CD slideshows (which will have the photos from your sit’s company on the site) through a photography office on base after graduation. Their number is 573.329.6000 and their email is ft.wood@leonards.com. Thank you!

Unfortunately, we cannot take any specific requests. We photograph hundreds of soldiers at a time and we don't receive any personal info on the soldiers during the training events. Sorry for the inconvenience!

We will continue to post all of the photos we are able to take up until two weeks before graduation.

Hello! We do not have a set schedule on posting and we cannot guarantee each event will be photographed. However, we will definitely post what we can photograph! It takes us four to six weeks to sort, edit, and post the initial photos. Thank you so much for your patience and continued support!

Hello! Unfortunately, when photos are being posted to the site, it will sometimes seem as if the site is down or working improperly. While uploading, the public cannot click or open the files. It just takes a while for all of them to go up and will say "processing" and sometimes look like the folder is empty. Give it time and the photos will be there! Thank you for your continued support!

Hello! We do not have a set schedule on posting and we cannot guarantee each event will be photographed or every soldier will be captured. They split in to smaller groups for activities and the photographers don't receive any personal information on the SITs, so they are unable to guarantee equal numbers of photos. And sometimes, soldiers are just camera shy! We apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you so much for your patience and continued support!

Hi there! Product orders are handled directly by the photography office on the base. Please contact them at 573.329.6000 or ft.wood@leonards.com!

Hello! We do not have a set schedule on posting and we cannot guarantee each event will be photographed. However, we will definitely post what we can photograph! It takes us four to six weeks to sort, edit, and post the initial photos. Thank you so much for your patience and continued support!

Hello! Unfortunately, when photos are being posted to the site, it will sometimes seem as if the site is down or working improperly. While uploading, the public cannot click or open the files. It just takes a while for all of them to go up and will say "processing" and sometimes look like the folder is empty. Give it time and the photos will be there! Thank you for your continued support!

It can take four to five weeks to post photos of the new cycles. Pictures will be organized by the first letter of your soldier’s Company name and the Company number, both in their return address on base. The current cycles will NOT have a grad date next to them. Previous cycles will have the company name and number followed by the date they graduated. Once the photos are available, you can find them on our site, www.ftwoodphotos.com. It is important to note that we only photograph basic training and not AIT. Thanks!

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