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.
Provide installation base support to enable mission readiness.
Leaders in Excellence serving those who serve.
Chief of staff asks force to fight against harmful behaviors
Army Chief of Staff Gen. James C. McConville asked all Army personnel Wednesday to unite as a cohesive team and step in to prevent suicide, racism and sexual harassment/assault among the ranks. ▶ Read More
Jewish High Holiday services emphasize worship
With the coronavirus pandemic altering routines, Chaplain (Capt.) Mendy Stern is preparing to honor the Jewish High Holidays in a different way this fall. ▶ Read More
Preventing suicide: It takes everyone
The Army is committed to the health, safety and well-being of its Soldiers, Department of the Army civilians and families. To emphasize this commitment, the Army is joining the nation in observing September as National Suicide Prevention Month. ▶ Read More
National Preparedness Month: Teach youth about preparedness
This is the fourth and final planning component of National Preparedness Month, “Teach Youth About Preparedness.”
We saved the best reminder for the last! Who better to teach about planning for future disasters than our own community youth.
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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