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.
Reminder: If you have housing concerns, contact your Garrison Mayor Program
Fort Belvoir’s Garrison Mayor Program remains the only Army authorized group to represent the interests of the residents on Fort Belvoir. The Mayors meet with the Garrison Commander and the housing partners once a month to discuss installation events, programs, issues, and concerns. In addition to the regular meetings, the Mayors are key in helping to resolve resident concerns, quickly and efficiently, by fielding complaints and directing residents to authorities who can help.
Residents should also be familiar with and refer to the Levels of Escalation to guide them in resolving any housing concerns.
Belvoir Garrison, Hospital sign SHARP proclamation
April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month. Fort Belvoir Garrison Commander, Col. Joshua SeGraves and Fort Belvoir Garrison Command Sgt. Major Gregory Kleinholz signed the proclamation Friday afternoon at the Fort Belvoir Garrison Headquarters. Read more
Army Emergency Relief Office to reopen on Belvoir
Fort Belvoir Army Community Services is in the final phase of re-opening its Army Emergency Relief Office, and needs your help in boosting contributions to this vital program, according to Madeline Pastorella, the new AER officer, who has 12 years of experience in seeing how AER changes lives. Read more
50 years of morale building, lifestyle activities for Outdoor Recreation
Nestled along Thomson Bay is one Fort Belvoir’s many gems: A large area for walking, running, a long shoreline to enjoy the view of the Potomac and the eagles and ospreys, and the spot where you have access to gear to make the most of the watery fun. Fort Belvoir’s Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation’s building, at the water’s edge, is the heart of Outdoor Recreation. Read more
Armed Forces Wellness Center preps for May opening
Many on Fort Belvoir stand to benefit from the new Armed Forces Wellness Center, slated for a May 18th virtual opening, according to AFWC lead health educator Nicole Leth. “The great thing about the virtual opening is that it will allow a lot more people to participate in the event, and everyone can participate with us,” Leth said. Read more
‘Military Brat:’ Do You Know Where The Term Comes From? Maybe the British!
We’ve all heard the term “military brat” before. It pertains to those children who grew up in military families. “Brats” wear the name like a badge of honor, often because of the moves, stressors and cultural experiences that make them more resilient than their civilian counterparts. But outside of the military, the word brat is often considered derogatory. So it made me wonder – where did the term “military brat” originate? Read more
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