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.
Post 9/11 GI Bill transferability changes
Beginning July 12, all actively serving members of the armed forces with 16 or more years of service will no longer be able to transfer their Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits to their family members, as the change to DoD Instruction (DoDI)1341.13, Post-9/11 GI Bill, dated 12 July 2018, takes effect. As a result of the change, Soldiers are highly encouraged to transfer their Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits as soon as they become eligible to avoid missing out on this family benefit. For more information, call the Barden Education Center, 703-805- 9264.
PCSing with pets? Vet Clinic personnel offer advice
Your pet may need additional shots or original paperwork before being allowed at your new duty station. With the heat of summer comes more PCS moves, the time every two or three years in a Service member’s family’s life when they relocate to another duty station. However, for those families who plan to relocate with pets, planning is key. Regulations differ between countries and the Fort Belvoir Vet Clinic has processed required health certificates for travel to Hawaii, Australia, New Zealand, Japan and Europe, to name a few.
Housing Health Registry added to all installation resource guides
Residents with housing-related health and safety concerns can now find information about the Housing Environmental Health Response Registry in every Army installation Community Resource Guide. The HEHRR was launched in April by the U.S. Army Medical Command to address housing health or safety concerns of current or former Army housing residents. The CRG digitally connects military Families to available resources based on their identified need. Courie says the CRG is better than a Google search, because it has been configured so Service members and Families can search based on need category, provider, A-Z index.
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