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    The US Army Military District of Washington Commanding General announced conditions are now appropriate to transition to heath protection condition (HPCON) Bravo effective Monday, June 29.

    In response, Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall will implement its phased recovery plan in close coordination with the Military District of Washington and the Andrew Rader US Army Health Clinic (ARUSAHC). Our installation will gradually reopen services and operations with modifications over the next few weeks.

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    Soldiers assigned to the U.S. Army Caisson Platoon, 1st Battalion, 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard), ride toward their first mission of the day on Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall July 15. The teams of riders begin their mission at the Caisson Stables and do not return until they have conducted the last funeral of the day. Photo by Sgt. Lane Hiser

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    A Soldier assigned to the U.S. Army Caisson Platoon, 1st Battalion, 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard), polishes a caisson wagon at the Caisson Stables on Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall July 15. The Caisson Platoon shines and polishes all of their equipment every day. Photo by Sgt. Lane Hiser

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    Lt. Col. David M. Lamborn, commander of the 4th Battalion, 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard), renders a hand salute while participating in ceremonial training for an Armed Forces Full Honor Arrival Ceremony on Spates Field, Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall July 15. These ceremonies are performed for foreign dignitaries as part of their official visit to the United States. Photo by Spc. Laura M. Stephens

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    Fireworks paint the sky over the National Capital Region as onlookers watch from Whipple Field, Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall Saturday. Photo by Sgt. Nicholas T. Holmes

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    Soldiers from the Presidential Salute Battery, 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard), fire the M5, 75mm antitank cannons in celebration of the nation’s independence on Whipple Field, Joint Base Myer Henderson Hall Saturday. Photo by Sgt. Nicholas T. Holmes

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    Soldiers assigned to the 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) demonstrate ceremonial flag folding on Whipple Field, Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall July 1. The Old Guard is the Army's official ceremonial unit and escort to the president. Photo by Sgt. Nicholas T. Holmes

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    Service members from the U.S. Army Golden Knights parachute in during the annual “Salute to America” event in the National Capital Region Saturday. The event provided the Department of Defense with an opportunity to demonstrate the capabilities and professionalism of the armed forces. Photo by Sgt. Lane Hiser

  • Welcome to JBM-HH

    Welcome to JBM-HH

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    Col. James J. Tuite IV, 82nd commander of the 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard), relinquishes command to Col. Patrick M. Roddy Jr., during a change of command ceremony in Conmy Hall, on Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall Tuesday. The ceremony, hosted by Maj. Gen. Omar J. Jones IV, commanding general, Joint Force Headquarters-National Capital Region and the U.S. Army Military District of Washington, recognized Tuite’s 23 months of dedication to the regiment. Photo by Sgt. Nicholas Holmes

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    Col. James J. Tuite IV, 82nd commander of the 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard), relinquishes command to Col. Patrick M. Roddy Jr., during a Change of Command Ceremony in Conmy Hall, on Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall Tuesday. Photo by Sgt. Nicholas Holmes

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    First Lt. Elizabeth Elliott conducts The United States Army Band, "Pershing's Own", during the premiere performance of 'Love and Light'. She currently serves as executive officer and conductor of the TRADOC Band at Joint Base Langley-Eustis.

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    #TeamJBMHH celebrated #BlackHistoryMonth at Memorial Chapel. The program included a member of the dance ministry team from ReCreations Ministries and Spring of Living Water Church of Restoration, Maryland. 

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    On Jan. 29, the commanding officer of U.S. Army Materiel Command, Gen. Gus Perna visited #TeamJBMHH to discuss critical installation issues with US Army Military District of Washington Senior Commander Major Gen. Omar Jones and joint base Commander Col. Kimberly Peeples.

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    Gen. David H. Berger, commandant of the Marine Corps, and Sgt. Maj. Troy E. Black, sergeant major of the Marine Corps, lead a formation run of more than 300 Marines on the Marine Corps’ 244th birthday Nov. 5. Photo by Marisol Rivera

  • JBM-HH 10 Year Anniversary

    JBM-HH 10 Year Anniversary

    JBM-HH Partners cut the cake at the 10th anniversary ceremony. Arlington County and the base have cooperated together for decades in various capacities.

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    Brig. Gen. Dennis E. Rogers (left), director of IMCOM's NCR-District hands command of Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall over to Col. Carl R. Coffman at the change of command ceremony at Fort Myer’s Conmy Hall.

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    Soldiers assigned to the 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) charge with fixed bayonets during a Twilight Tattoo performance.

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    The 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) Caisson Platoon supports a funeral during heavy snowfall at Arlington National Cemetery

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    Soldiers perform during a "Salute from the Chief" in honor of Sen. John McCain hosted by Gen. Mark A. Milley, Chief of Staff of the Army.

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    Firefighters answer the calling to be first responders in matters of life, health, and safety. Let's help them accomplish the mission to protect, support, and defend the JBM-HH community.

Featured News

On July 24, while maintaining social distancing, Capt. Shawn Pierce, the commander of Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall’s Headquarters and Headquarters Company, relinquished command to Capt. Sara Jane Higgins during a change of command ceremony in Spates Community Center.
Driven by a three-phase emergency response plan, the Army has contributed in every facet of the ongoing battle against COVID-19, the service’s top medical officer said July 30.
The U.S. Army and the University of Pennsylvania have entered into a cooperative research and development agreement to explore the ability of dogs to safely detect biomarkers produced by the COVID-19 virus in humans.

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