Welcome to Fort Belvoir
Fort Belvoir is home to more than 145 mission partners and provides services to more than 245,000 military, civilians, retirees and families. Belvoir strives to be home to all who live, work and play here.
Fort Belvoir's military mission is global - to provide installation base support to enable mission readiness.
We are 'Leaders in Excellence' because we serve those who serve.
Fort Belvoir Mission Partners
We are committed to strengthening our military community by collaborating with our mission and community partners.
Holy Joe’s! That’s a lot of coffee!
On March 19, a semi-truck full of Keurig Dr. Pepper coffee K-Cups were delivered to the chaplains at Army Cyber Command Headquarters by Holy Joe’s Café. Holy Joe’s Café is a nonprofit organization whose primary mission is to deliver coffee to deployed military chaplains in the hopes of giving them a ‘taste of home’ while they serve overseas.
The Fort Belvoir Command Team hosted the initial Housing Focus group meeting with residents from the 15 Villages at Belvoir housing communities. The purpose of the Housing Focus Group is to establish a committee of residents that can serve as community ambassadors to highlight unresolved housing issues, provide feedback and share information to residents in their communities.
Sen. Mark Warner, Sen. Tim Kaine and Secretary of the Army Mark Esper visited Fort Belvoir, March 14, to meet with military families about housing conditions on post, and Army and garrison leaders’ plans to address and fix the issues.
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