Garrison commander Lieutenant Colonel Jason Duffy signed two Intergovernmental Service Agreements (IGSAs) with local municipalities this morning to streamline installation efficiency and re-invest government dollars into local economies.
Dr. Mary Edwards Walker, for whom the installation was redesignated, was an Army contract surgeon in the Civil War, a combat veteran, a prisoner of war, a champion of women’s rights and the only woman ever awarded the Medal of Honor.
The first Japanese national to set foot on American soil was a young fisherman named Manjiro. On a routine fishing trip near a coastal Japanese village in 1841, Manjiro’s crew was cast adrift in a storm.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives National Center for Explosives Training and Research, in partnership with the U.S. Army Headquarters, Department of the Army G-38 – Explosive Ordnance Disposal, held the 2023 Raven's Challenge Interoperability Exercise, an international training event to prepare and counter the threat of improvised explosive devices (IED).
The 37th Becoming Everything You Are (BEYA) Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), Global Competitive Conference will be held Feb. 9-11 at the Gaylord National Resort & Conference Center, National Harbor, Maryland.
Fort A.P. Hill will be hosting an unclassified Training Support Conference starting 9 a.m. on Friday, January 20, 2023, at the Training Support Center on South Post.
This year’s Combat Camera Competition includes service members from the active and reserve components of the U.S. Army, the reserve component of the U.S. Air Force as well as service members of the Israeli Defense Forces Combat Camera Unit.
Fort A.P. Hill Environmental and Natural Resources Division celebrated Earth Day week with Caroline County High School
The Fort A.P. Hill Environmental and Natural Resources Division (ENRD) celebrated Earth Day week with Caroline County High School’s (CCHS) freshman environmental science class by educating 70 students on tree identification, tree health, and forest management concepts on 22 April 2022.
Each year the Commonwealth of Virginia places a burn law into effect on February 15 and runs through April 30. Although we may still receive some winter weather or rainy day, during these times, high winds and low humidity make excellent conditions for wild land fires.
The Fort A.P. Hill fire department were dispatched to Range 24 on South Post for a brush fire.
Presidential Salute Battery, 1st, Battalion, 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard), participate in a mortar live-fire exercise.
The first DLAP class of fiscal year 2022 concluded at Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia, Oct. 8, 2021. The new program included a series of training events that enabled the commanding general to set expectations of commanders, assess their strengths and weaknesses, and inform each infantry company commander’s assignment within 2d MARDIV.
Preventing development of the working farmland was a top priority for environmental protection and nearby Army installation operations
Fire Prevention Week commemorates the Great Chicago Fire. On the 40th anniversary (1911) of the Great Chicago Fire...
Commanding General of Joint Task Force-National Capital Region and U.S. Army Military District of Washington Maj. Gen. Allan M. Pepin visits Fort A.P. Hill to inspect its training and support capabilities. While on post, Maj. Gen. Pepin also presented deserving staff members with challenge coins for their service and dedication to mission.
U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Arnoldo Garcia, a native of Toppenish, Wash., and a transmissions system operator with Headquarters Battalion, 2nd Marine Division, 10th Marine Regiment, lays out 16-gauge copper wire
Starting June 23, 2021 the occupancy limit in the Ambrose Fitness Center is 28 people. One and one half hour blocks are now open to all F&MWR eligible patrons.
Virginia and Maryland National Guard Soldiers assigned to the Fort Belvoir-based 29th Infantry Division officially begin federal active duty with a casing of the colors ceremony May 15, 2021, on Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia, and they will uncase the colors when they arrive in the Middle East.
Effective June 1, 2021, Smoots pond access on Fort A.P. Hill will be gated. The new Smoots pond gate will be opened at approximately 6:30 AM and will be closed approximately 1 hour after sunset.
CSM Renard R. Chaffin presented SGT Tabitha N. Lloyd, the non-commissioned officer in charge of USAG Fort A.P. Hill Lois E. Wells Health Clinic with a Certificate of Achievement and a coin for excellent support and service
The Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security is currently recruiting for a Range Operations Specialist (TERM), GS-301/09 under Direct Hiring Authority (DHA), this position is full-time, not to exceed 1 year, this position does include benefits.
According to Edward LaBarge, director of CID’s Major Cybercrime Unit, there was a rise in ransomware cyberattacks in 2020 and the trend is expected to continue this year.
Happy Holidays From Fort A.P. Hill.
Coming from 1st Space Brigade at Fort Carson, Command Sgt. Maj. Renard R. Chaffin took responsibility of U.S. Army Garrison Fort A.P. Hill during a Change of Responsibility Ceremony on December 3, 2020.
Fort A.P. Hill named its Employees of the Year recently, they are Madelaine Perrotte from the Directorate of Human Resources and Firefighter and Emergency Medical Technician Daniel Hogan of the Directorate of Emergency Services.
By carrying out timber disposal, Norfolk District’s forestry section facilitates the USACE mission across the region, clearing space for military construction, housing, environmental and civil works projects
Richard Harris has never been afraid of hard work; it has defined his life from his early years working on the family farm, to driving a school bus while in high school to his service at Fort A.P. Hill since 1973.
The Fort A.P. Hill Command Team recognized about 25 employees today for superlative performance and achievement today during a brief ceremony at Romenick Hall.
FORT A.P. HILL, Virginia -- The project to replace the failing culvert at Raymond's Fork on A.P. Hill Drive is underway and will result in a much-safer road and enhance the flow of water from the adjacent wetland.
When Spc. David Chambers navigated his way through the dark woods of Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia, with little more than a compass to guide him, he took on a challenge that few of the 2019 Best Warrior competitors expected: completing physical and mental tests by themselves.
The Fort A.P. Hill command team and directors welcomed community partners to an Intergovernmental Service Agreement Workshop at Romenick Hall.
FORT A.P. Hill, Va. -- About 30 research librarians and staff from the Joint Forces Staff College in Norfolk, Virginia and Washington, D.C. visited Fort A.P. Hill
FORT A.P. HILL, Va. -- After a rigorous week of competition, one team rose to the top of the U.S. Army Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Team of the Year competition at Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia, July 22-26.
Virginia National Guard Soldiers assigned to the Sandston-based 2nd Battalion, 224th Aviation Regiment visit with Maj. Gen. Timothy P. Williams
Brig. Gen. Omar J. Jones IV, the new commanding general of The US Army Military District of Washington, and MDW Command Sgt. Maj. Richard A. Woodring visited Fort A.P. Hill today.
Soldiers from Detachment 1, Delta Company, 236th Brigade Engineer Battalion, North Carolina Army National Guard, recover a RQ-7 Shadow Unmanned Aerial Vehicle at Lowe Field. The unit was the first to use the new UAV landing strip on Fort A.P. Hill.
U.S. Army Garrison Fort A.P. Hill commander Lt. Col. Michael E. Gates joined Veterans and community members to honor the fallen today at the annual Memorial Day commemoration in the Bowling Green Town Hall.
Virginia National Guard Soldiers assigned to the Warrenton-based Delta Company, 3rd Battalion, 116th Infantry Regiment, 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team conduct an attack by fire situational training exercise lane May 17, 2019, at Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia.
Fort A.P. Hill commander Lt. Col. Michael E. Gates (left), Director of Public Works Ben McBride (center) and RV Park Manager Marsha Beazley (right) officially reopened the Recreational Vehicle Park at Fort A.P. Hill on Friday, May 3.