- From The Command Post
- Race Timing & Results
- Remembering Our Heroes
The Army Marathon will take place on the first Sunday in March every year.
Date to make sure you get a finisher’s shirt in your size: February 3, 2016.
There will be no registration on March 6 for any race. In the event of late arrival or accident, preregistered participants seeking bib and packet pickup on Sunday morning must contact (254) 654-3119 BEFORE 1700 HOURS on Saturday, March 5, 2016, to have a bib number assigned. Bib numbers must be picked up prior to 0630 hours at the Information Booth located at the start line in Killeen for the full marathon and in Temple for the half marathon and 5klicks.
Full Marathon–0700 hours in Killeen
Half Marathon–0700 hours in Temple
5klicks–0730 hours in Temple
VERY IMPORTANT: The Killeen Police Department will close down WS Young completely at 0600 hours. If you are not parked at the Killeen Civic Center by 0600, you will be diverted to another street and possibly delayed. This is to ensure maximum safety for all participants.
Parking for Half Marathon and 5klicks participants and spectators is near the finish line and festival area at the Pepper Creek Trail parking area, located on the Scott & White campus on Kegley Road, just south of Airport Road in Temple. Shuttle buses will run from the parking lot to the finish line and festival area beginning at 0530 hours and continuing through 1500 hours
Anywhere prior to Mile 8
Safe areas along FM 439 and 2305 (West Adams Avenue)
FM 2271 (some areas will be closed to traffic, so plan to park nearby and walk to the course)
The finish line, of course!
Please – for your safety – always be aware of the runners. Please be careful not block other runners while cheering for and inspiring yours!
The Army Marathon will run the first Sunday in March every year. Here is the schedule through 2020.
The Army Marathon IV March 6, 2016
The Army Marathon V March 5, 2017
The Army Marathon VI March 4, 2018
The Army Marathon VII March 3, 2019
The Army Marathon VIII March 1, 2020
Have a question that isn’t answered here? Email us and we’ll add it to the list.
The Army Marathon is not associated with the United States Army, and sponsorship of this event does not signify any endorsement by the Army, the Department of Defense, or the government of United States of America.