Units/Tenants (In Alphabetical Order)
Welcome to the 12th Aviation Battalion Website.
1st Information Operations Command (Land) provides IO and Cyberspace Operations support to Army and other Military Forces through: Deployable Support Teams Opposing forces support Reachback planning and analysis Specialized training In order to support freedom of action in the information environment and to deny the same to our adversaries.
The 249th Engineer Battalion (Prime Power) is a versatile power generation battalion assigned to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers that provides commercial-level power to military units and federal relief organizations during full-spectrum operations. Additionally, the commander serves as the Commandant of the U.S. Army Prime Power School, the institution responsible for the development of Army and Navy power generation specialists. The organization is charged with the rapid provision of Army generators to support worldwide requirements.
The Terrorism and Criminal Investigation Unit investigates offenses committed against U.S. Military and DoD civilian personnel; other U.S. nationals; or U.S. interests by terrorist organizations or individuals, as directed by the Secretary of the Army. It also provides dedicated investigative support to the Office of the Chief Prosecutor for Military Commissions. Conducts other criminal investigations as directed by the commander, 701st Military Police Group (CID).
The National Capital Region Field Office (NCRFO) is an element of the 902d Military Intelligence Group, the United States Army unit responsible for carrying out Counterintelligence (CI) activities to protect the U.S. Army, selected U.S. Department of Defense forces and agencies, classified information and technologies by detecting, identifying, neutralizing, and exploiting Foreign Intelligence and Security Services (FISS), international terrorist groups, and the Insider Threat.
The US Army Acquisition Support Center provides oversight of the Army Acquisition Workforce and supports the program executive offices with resource management, human resources and force structure.
The American Red Cross in the National Capital Region seeks to fulfill on a regional level the American Red Cross mission to prevent and alleviate human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. We are guided by seven fundamental principles: humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntary service, unity, and universality.
Army & Air Force Exchange Service
Welcome to the Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, Capital Area Office. We deliver vital engineering solutions in collaboration with our partners to serve and strengthen the Nation, energize the economy and reduce disaster risks.
U.S. Army Cyber Command (ARCYBER) is the Army headquarters beneath United States Cyber Command. We operate and defend Army networks and deliver cyberspace effects against adversaries to defend the nation. ARCYBER conducts global operations 24/7 and has 19,000 Soldiers and civilians spread across four states. Fort Belvoir, Virginia: Army Cyber Headquarters & 1st Information Operations Command Fort Meade, Maryland: 780th Military Intelligence Brigade Fort Huachuca, Arizona: Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM) Fort Gordon, Georgia: Cyber Protection Brigade & Joint Force Headquarters‐Cyber and by 2022 the ARCYBER headquarters.
The American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) is the largest federal employee union representing 700,000 federal and D.C. government workers nationwide and overseas. Workers in virtually all functions of government at every federal agency depend upon AFGE for legal representation, legislative advocacy, technical expertise and informational services.
Army Force Management School
Welcome to the U.S. Army Force Management Support Agency website.
The United States Army Inspector General School is the armed forces' recognized, world-class Inspector General educational institution that provides prospective Inspectors General from the Army, other services, and other nations with sound, fundamental Inspector General skills and then sustains those skills through in-service, follow-on education.
The Army Modeling Simulation Office serves as HQDA’s lead activity to: Develops the strategy and policy for Army Modeling and Simulation Enterprise Executes effective governance and resource management through leadership and synchronization Leads coordination of the Army modeling and simulation enterprise and cross-community areas including Joint, Intergovernment, Interagency, and Multinational environments Trains, Educates and Manages the Army Analysis, Modeling & Simulation M&S Workforce (Military and Civilian)
The REF was created in 2002 after U.S. Soldiers realized the need for non-standard equipment to meet the demands of new terrain, warfare tactics and their assigned missions. Since then, the REF has met challenges as diverse as enhancing Soldier mobility, providing improved surveillance in austere locations, equipping operational energy sources and enhancing communications. The REF is the Army’s quick reaction capability for getting urgent materiel solutions into the hands of Soldiers. The organization is able to do this through unique authorities, and by maintaining a presence near the point of need. REF personnel are positioned in Iraq, Afghanistan and Kuwait and mobile laboratories are available for quick solutions. Additionally, the REF empowers the Army at a grassroots level, enabling individual Soldiers to communicate needs directly through simple request forms.
The BELVOIR THRIFT SHOP is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) private organization (run by the Belvoir Community Committee) first begun in 1950 and has been in continuous operation on Fort Belvoir for the past 68 years. We return the money we raise to the community in the form of scholarships, grants and consignment checks. The Thrift Shop employs 13 military family members in our day-to-day operations as well as utilizing the volunteer efforts of over 24 regular volunteers.
CAA conducts analyses across the spectrum of conflict in a Joint, Interagency, Intergovernmental, and Multinational (JIIM) context to inform critical senior level decisions for current and future national security issues.
Welcome to the Fort Belvoir Commissary.
As the U.S. Army's primary criminal investigative organization and the Department of Defense's premier investigative organization, the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command, commonly known as CID, is responsible for conducting criminal investigations in which the Army is, or may be, a party of interest.
Welcome to the Defense Acquisition University, a best-in-class corporate university for the Defense Acquisition Workforce. Everything we do at DAU is for you, the acquisition professional — from formal courses and continuous learning modules to knowledge sharing assets and consulting. As your learning partner, we will be with you in the classroom, online, and in your workplace — whenever and wherever you need DAU. All of our learning assets are meant to help you develop and manage acquisition programs, projects, and systems that continue to make our nation's warfighters the best-equipped armed forces in the world.
The Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) provides audit and financial advisory services to Department of Defense (DoD) and other federal entities responsible for acquisition and contract administration. DCAA operates under the authority, direction, and control of the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller)/Chief Financial Officer.
At DIA, we provide military intelligence to warfighters, defense policymakers and force planners in the Department of Defense and the Intelligence Community, in support of U.S. military planning and operations and weapon systems acquisition. We plan, manage, and execute intelligence operations during peacetime, crisis, and war.
As the nation’s combat logistics support agency, the Defense Logistics Agency manages the global supply chain – from raw materials to end user to disposition – for the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, 10 combatant commands, other federal agencies, and partner and allied nations.
DTIC's mission is "to aggregate and fuse science and technology data to rapidly, accurately and reliably deliver the knowledge needed to develop the next generation of technologies to support our Warfighters and help assure national security."
The Defense Threat Reduction Agency enables the DoD and the U.S. Government to prepare for and combat weapons of mass destruction and improvised threats and to ensure nuclear deterrence.
Our priority at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital is to provide safe, quality and compassionate care to our nation’s heroes – for whom this state-of-the-art hospital was built. From our warfighters, to our spouses and children back home, to our retirees, we are one team dedicated to ensuring all our nation’s heroes receive world-class medical care in a Culture of Excellence.
The Headquarters Battalion supports approximately 3,300 assigned and attached Soldiers and an installation community of over 29,000. Our mission is to provide command and control and administrative, logistical and training to specific units in support of Fort Belvoir. We also support military operations in the National Capital Region and deploy trained Soldiers and DA Civilians in support of world-wide military contingencies.
Train and educate Geographic Intelligence, Imagery Analysis, and Technical Surveillance Countermeasure Specialists in their occupational field, leadership, and warfighting ethos in order to provide combat-capable Intelligence Marines to the operating forces.
Now, more than ever, the capabilities of Army Reserve intelligence plays an essential role in U.S. domestic and global security operations. The MIRC provides trained, equipped, and ready Soldiers and units to meet the operational intelligence requirements of Combatant Commands and the national intelligence community. The Military Intelligence Readiness Command is part of the adaptive and innovative intelligence force responsible for collecting intelligence during Army missions, providing the joint force and intelligence community with trained and ready Soldiers, mission-tailored teams and units, and state-of-the-art intelligence production and training facilities.
The Missile Defense Agency's (MDA) mission is to develop, test, and field an integrated, layered, ballistic missile defense system (BMDS) to defend the United States, its deployed forces, allies, and friends against all ranges of enemy ballistic missiles in all phases of flight.
he National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) delivers world-class geospatial intelligence that provides a decisive advantage to policymakers, warfighters, intelligence professionals and first responders. Anyone who sails a U.S. ship, flies a U.S. aircraft, makes national policy decisions, fights wars, locates targets, responds to natural disasters, or even navigates with a cellphone relies on NGA. NGA enables all of these critical actions and shapes decisions that impact our world through the indispensable discipline of geospatial intelligence (GEOINT). NGA is a unique combination of intelligence agency and combat support agency. It is the world leader in timely, relevant, accurate and actionable GEOINT. NGA enables the U.S. intelligence community and the Department of Defense (DOD) to fulfill the president’s national security priorities to protect the nation. NGA also anticipates its partners’ future needs and advances the GEOINT discipline to meet them.
The National Museum of the United States Army will serve as the capstone of the Army Museum Enterprise and provide the comprehensive story of over 240 years of Army history and traditions.
C5ISR Center's Night Vision and Electronic Sensors Directorate, located at Fort Belvoir, Va., is "The Army's Sensor Developer," conducting research and development that provides U.S. Soldiers with advanced sensor technology to dominate the 21st-century digital battlefield.
The Office of the Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the Army (OAA) assists customers in a wide range of business activities. We are 1,200 strong in three states and the District of Columbia, and help customers around the globe accomplish their missions. We offer our products and services at the highest levels of quality, professionalism and integrity. Our management team cares about its people and works well through collaboration, innovation, and team building to get the job done.
As the proponent of all historical activities within the Army Reserve, we accurately collect, preserve, interpret, and communicate the Army Reserve’s (AR) history and material culture to the USARC Commander, Decision Makers, the Force, and the Nation.
Operational Support Airlift Activity (OSA-A) is a multi-component Activity under both The Army Aviation Brigade (TAAB), Military District of Washington (MDW), and the Army National Guard (ARNG) which oversees the management and execution of the total Army Non-Executive OSA program. OSA-A conducts analysis and recommends which ARNG fixed wing assets deploy in response to state, national and global contingencies. As directed, represents the Army for managing the non-executive OSA fixed-wing fleet. Represents the ARNG as the headquarters that oversees operations, training, standardization, maintenance, readiness, and mobilizations for ARNG fixed wing units in a Title 32 status as delegated in a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between the Director of the Army National Guard (DARNG) and the Commander of MDW.
For the past decade, Program Executive Office (PEO) Soldier has provided our Soldiers with capabilities to ensure they remain decisive and dominant throughout the full spectrum of military operations. Our Army conducts offensive operations, defensive operations, stability operations and civil support operations with Soldiers equipped and trained to use the very best equipment and capabilities that PEO Soldier can provide.
PEO EIS is responsible for managing and providing the information technology network and business systems that Soldiers and the U.S. Army need to operate every day. More than 3,000 military, civilian and contractors make up a geographically dispersed workforce serving as the Army's trusted network and software acquisition professionals including network engineers, program managers, logisticians, IT specialists and cyber security experts. Our diverse portfolio of 37 program offices and 71 acquisition programs support and field Army and DOD communications, logistics, medical, finance, personnel, training and procurement systems for all ten combatant commands, managing approximately $3.5 billion each year. From recruitment to retirement, home station to foxhole, our systems support Soldiers every day around the world making sure they're ready to fight tonight.
As part of the generating force – the sector of the Army that trains and equips our Soldiers – PM CCS is committed to providing smaller, lighter, more lethal munitions that ensure increased mobility and counter-mobility to the full spectrum of Army forces as currently organized and envisioned for the next 20 years. To that end, PM CCS actively partners with our Soldiers to develop and field equipment that directly addresses their needs on the battlefield and beyond. Military and civilian employees of PM CCS are dedicated to working on behalf of the Soldier; to do things better, smarter, more effectively by taking full advantage of the technology, knowledge and experience we have available to us.
PM SWAR supports Soldiers through the acquisition of integrated Soldier systems. PM SWAR product managers develop and integrate components into complete systems designed to increase Soldiers' situational awareness and combat effectiveness, decrease combat load, and improve mission flexibility.
PM SPIE develops and fields advanced Soldier protection products, comfortable uniforms that enhance mission effectiveness, and improved parachute systems. These products are designed to protect Soldiers and allow them to operate in any conditions.
The Center is a Field Operating Agency that reports to the Office of the Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the Army
Welcome to the U.S. Army Chief Information Officer/G-6 Website.
INSCOM executes mission command of operational intelligence and security forces; conducts and synchronizes worldwide multi-discipline and all-source intelligence and security operations; delivers linguist support and intelligence-related advanced skills training, acquisition support, logistics, communications, and other specialized capabilities in support of Army, Joint, and Coalition Commands and the U.S. Intelligence Community.
Values-driven professionals dedicated to providing zealous representation in litigation, an independent judiciary, comprehensive support to the JAGC team, and proactive legal counsel to the Army and the Joint Force.
Vision: To improve Army Logistics every day. Mission: Assess and integrate innovative logistics solutions, policies, processes and programs in support of the Chief of Staff of the Army and Deputy Chief of Staff, G-4 priorities.
MICC-Fort Belvoir provides all contracting support to Fort Belvoir Garrison and other tenant organizations at Fort Belvoir, Va., Fort Meade, Md., the Military District of Washington, Fort Detrick, Md., Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall, Va., and Fort A.P. Hill, Va., as well as many of the tenants on Fort Belvoir. In addition, we support all non-medical procurements for Walter Reed Army Medical Center.
Provide Nuclear and Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction (CWMD) expertise and analysis to Operational and Strategic Headquarters in order to increase the Army's lethality and survivability in ground combat. On order, deploys Nuclear Employment Augmentation Teams (NEAT) to support Army and/ or Joint Force Commanders.
Regional Health Command-Atlantic provides a proactive, patient-centered system of health those entrusted to our care medically-ready force.
USASAC leads the AMC Security Assistance Enterprise; develops and manages security assistance programs and foreign military sales cases to build partner capacity, support COCOM engagement strategies and strengthen U.S. Global partnerships.
The 93D Signal Brigade commands, controls, and defends the Eastern region of the LandWarNet (LWN) in CONUS and supports operating and generating forces engaged in full spectrum operations enhancing battle command through the transparent delivery of LWN capabilities.
The USO is a family of volunteers, sustained by the charitable contributions of millions of generous Americans. We are united in our commitment to support America’s service members by keeping them connected to the people, places and things they love. We do this through countless acts of caring, comfort, connection and support. Our work is America’s most powerful expression of gratitude to the men and women who secure our nation’s freedoms.
The Villages at Belvoir is more than just a place to live; it is defined by character and convenience. Our congenial riverfront community offers three-, four-, and five-bedroom homes across 15 distinct villages to military families of all service branches assigned to duty stations in the Military District of Washington. Enjoy all that on-post life has to offer, including gyms, playgrounds, a community pool, and support and entertainment programming. Grab your Starbucks and other dining and retail essentials at our first-of-its-kind, on-post Town Center. Live at The Villages at Belvoir and discover what it means to enjoy every moment at home surrounded by rich history, charming homes, and a team of people dedicated to improving your quality of life.
To transition Soldiers through a Comprehensive Transition Plan (CTP), our Nation’s most seriously Wounded, Ill, and Injured (WII) back into the force or into the community as productive Veterans with dignity, respect, and self-determination.