Amarillo, TX
Military Entrance Processing Station

Photograph of MEPS Building

1100 South Fillmore
Suite 100
Amarillo, TX 79101


Commander:
Lieutenant Commander Luke D. Freeman
United States Navy

Senior Enlisted Advisor:
First Sergeant Juliana E. Morrison
United States Army


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Phone: (806) 290-9401
Fax: (806) 374-9332

The Amarillo MEPS first began operations following the outbreak of hostilities in World War II. Its first home was located at 400 South Harrison Street in downtown Amarillo where it remained until demands for personnel support the Vietnam conflict required a move to larger facilities. The station then moved to the Herring Plaza, also located in downtown Amarillo. As the physical condition of the building deteriorated, fire safety became an issue, and the command was prompted to look for new facilities.

Amarillo MEPS moved into its current facilities at 1100 South Fillmore Street in May 1981. A Grand Opening ceremony was conducted August 24, 1981. Ribbon cutting at the new location was accomplished by Congressman Jack Hightower of the 13th Congressional District and Amarillo Mayor Rick Klein, with Colonel G. C. Psaros, Commander, Western Sector, and Rear Admiral B. T. Hacker, Commander, USMEPCOM, assisting.


 

Military Entrance Testing Site (METS) Instructions

When you go to the MET site for testing, do not forget to bring your Request For Examination (USMEPCOM Form 680-3A-E, JUN 15) signed by your recruiter along with a photo ID. You will need to arrive at the testing site at least 15 minutes prior to the scheduled starting time.