Welcome to Fort Belvoir
Fort Belvoir is home to more than 145 mission partners and provides services to more than 216,050 military, civilians, retirees and families. Belvoir strives to be home to all who live, work and play here.
Provide installation base support to enable mission readiness.
Leaders in Excellence serving those who serve.
The “My Military OneSource” mobile app is now available for service members and their families for free by downloading it on Google Play or Apple’s App Store. The purpose of Military OneSource is to put as many resources as possible in one place, so people have an easier time finding what they need, said Erika Slaton, the associate director for Military Community Support Programs..
After decades of planning, and years of construction, the National Museum of the United States Army celebrated its virtual grand opening on Veterans Day. The moment was marked with no ordinary ribbon cutting.
Fort Belvoir’s Child and Youth Services continues to carefully increase the capacities at both the Child Development and School Age Children centers, according to Janet Evans, Chief, CYS.
Over the years, muscular dystrophy has chipped away at Rick Warrington’s body. The disease confines the retired Army Sgt. 1st Class to a wheelchair, saps his strength and weakens his muscles.
Looking for a phone number? Check out Fort Belvoir's 2020 Post Guide and Directory
During inclement weather, Fort Belvoir follows the U.S. Office of Personnel Management's guidance for authorized delays or closures. Click here to view OPM's operating status.
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