List Of Military Bases In Virginia

Virginia Military Bases

Virginia has 24 military bases. For real estate listings near bases, visit the installation page to browse homes for sale, houses for rent, condos or military friendly apartments.

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  • The US Coast Guard Reserve Training Center in Yorktown, Virginia is one of four major Coast Guard training facilities in the United States. It stands on a small, scenic peninsula formed by Wormley Creek and the York River. This training center offers basic and advanced courses to personnel from the other armed services, state and federal agencies, and nations throughout the world.

  • Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) is located in King George County, Virginia and is part of the Naval Surface Warfare Center. It was founded as the U.S. Naval Proving Ground on October 16, 1918

  • Dam Neck was commissioned on 31 March, 1963 as the Fleet Computer Programming Center, Atlantic. On 2 Jan, 1992, FCDSSA became a part of the Surface Warfare Center headquartered in Washington, DC. At present, it is known as "Training Support Center Hampton Roads".

  • Fort A.P. Hill is located approx 90 min south of the National Capital Region. 76k acres of land including modern 28k live-fire range complex, AP Hill is an all purpose military training and maneuver center providing realistic joint and combined arms training.

  • Fort Belvoir is an army installation and located in Fairfax County in Northern Virginia. Today Fort Belvoir is home to a number of important military organizations.

  • Fort Lee, established in 1917 as Army camp, is located in Price George County, Virginia, 25 miles south of Richmond and very near the confluence of the James and Appomattox rivers. The base is also the location of two Army museums, the US Quartermaster Museum and the US Army Women’s Museum.

  • Fort Monroe (aka as the Fort Monroe National Monument) is located in Hampton, Virginia. It was decommissioned on Sep 15, 2011 and many many of its functions were transferred to nearby Fort Eustis. Fort Monroe was recently named a National Monument by President Barack Obama.

  • Fort Myer and Henderson Hall are now known as Joint Base Myer Henderson Hall (JBMHH), located in Arlington, Virginia.

  • Fort Pickett is a Virginia ANG (Army National Guard) installation,located near Blackstone, Virginia. While the facilities at Pickett are geared to train military personnel and units, non-military organizations use them too. These include the United States Marshals Service, FBI, ATF, Civil Air Patrol, Virginia State Police and local law enforcement agencies.

  • Fort Story is located in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Now it is known as Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek - Fort Story (established on Oct 1, 2009). Fort Story is the country’s premier installation for housing and training the nation’s expeditionary forces.

  • Henderson Hall and Fort Myer are now known as Joint Base Myer Henderson Hall (JBMHH), located in Arlington, Virginia.

  • Joint Base Langley–Eustis is located adjacent to Newport News and Hampton, Virginia. In accordance with the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure Commission, Fort Eustis in Newport News and Langley Air Force Base in Hampton merged and formed Joint Base Langley-Eustis (JBLE). It has more than 9,000 military and civilian personnel.

  • As of August 1, 2011, the Joint Warfighting Center (J7), Joint Center for Operational Analysis, and the Joint Concept Development and Experimentation directorate (J9) merged and transitioned from Joint Forces Command to the Joint Staff J7 as part of USJFCOM’s disestablishment. The new organization created by this merger will remain in Suffolk, Va., and be known as the deputy director J7 for joint and coalition warfighting, a subordinate element of the Joint Staff J7.

  • Little Creek Naval Amphibious Base merged with Fort Story and known as Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek - Fort Story
    Naval Amphibious Base, Little Creek is located in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Its primary mission is to provide support services to over 15,000 personnel of 27 homeported ships and 78 resident supported activities.

  • Located in Alexandria, Virginia, Mark Center building is the new location for the Washington Headquarters Services (WHS) and many other DoD agencies. It is also referred to as BRAC-133.

  • National Ground Intelligence Center (NGIC) is part of the US Army Intelligence and Security Command, located in northern Albemarle County, Virginia, just north of Charlottesville. It is approx. 100 miles southwest of Washington DC and 85 miles west of Richmond, Virginia.

  • Norfolk Naval Base is located in the Southeastern corner of the Commonwealth of Virginia. The area is collectively known as "Hampton Roads" and occupies about 4 miles of waterfront space and 7 miles of pier and wharf space of the Hampton Roads peninsula known as Sewell's Point.It is also the fifth most endangered United States military base as its sea-level location leaves it extremely vulnerable to the effects of climate change.

  • Often called the Norfolk Navy Yard and abbreviated as NNSY, the Norfolk Naval Shipyard is a U.S. Navy facility in Portsmouth, Virginia. It is one of the largest shipyards in the world specializing in repairing, overhauling and modernizing ships and submarines.

  • National Reconnaissance Office (NRO), headquartered in Chantilly, Fairfax County, Virginia, is one of the 16 US intelligence agencies who conducts intelligence-related activities for U.S. national Security.

  • Naval Air Station Oceana or NAS Oceana is a military airport located in Virginia Beach, Virginia. It is also known as Apollo Soucek Field. NAS Oceana is the only Master Jet Base on the East Coast. The primary mission of the Naval Air Station Oceana is as a Shore-Based Readiness Integrator, providing the facilities, equipment and personnel to support shored-based readiness, total force readiness and maintain operational access of Oceana-based forces. The base, including Dam Neck Annex, has about 10,500 active Navy personnel, about 10,000 family members and 4,500 civilian personnel, making NAS Oceana the second largest employer in Virginia Beach after JEB Little Creek/Fort Story.

  • Headquarters of the US Department of Defense, Pentagon is located at 48 N. Rotary Road, Arlington, Virginia 22211. Pentagon is one of the world's largest office buildings. It houses approximately 23,000 military and civilian employees and about 3,000 non-defense support personnel.

  • Naval Medical Center Portsmouth (NMCP), formerly Naval Hospital Portsmouth, is a US Navy medical center in Portsmouth, Virginia. It has proudly served the military and their families since 1830, making it the Navy’s oldest continuously operating hospital. Located on historic Hospital Point, the main campus of Naval Medical Center Portsmouth (NMCP), is home to 5,000 men and women who live and work by the Navy’s core values of honor, courage and commitment.

  • Also known as MCB Quantico, Marine Corps Base Quantico is a US Marine Corps installation located near Triangle, Virginia, close to the Potomac River. MCB Quantico is also known as the "Crossroads of the Marine Corps". Over 12,000 military and civilian personnel (including families) is based here.

  • Naval Weapons Station (NWS) Yorktown is a US Navy installation engaged in storage and loading of weapons and ammunition for ships of US Atlantic Fleet. It is located in York County, James City County, and Newport News in the Hampton Roads region of Virginia.

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About Virginia

Among the 13 original colonies, Virginia was the initial section of the state forever settled by the English, who created Jamestown in 1607 on the banks of the James River. The home state of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and other founding fathers, Virginia played an essential part in the American Revolution (1775-83). During the Civil War (1861-65), the city of Richmond, Virginia, became the capital of the Confederacy, and over half of the battle's conflicts were fought in the state. Now, many government associations are headquartered in Virginia, particularly in Arlington, situated across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C. Along with eight presidents, famous Virginians comprise tennis star Arthur Ashe, vocalist Ella Fitzgerald, actress Shirley MacLaine and writers Willa Cather and Tom Wolfe.

Moving to Virginia due to a TDY or PCS duty might seem to be major change, but being delegated to a base in Virginia can be an excellent duty.

Virginia is a Commonwealth state which has both seashores and mountains, also it could be an excellent area to live and work.

The climate in Virginia is extremely comfy, and you'll most likely discover it to be pleasurable.

Virginia is additionally an excellent spot to raise your kids because of great school systems. In fact, the educational system in the state consistently ranks in the top ten in the United States. There are also 176 universities in the state for your school-age kids or if your partner or you are interested in attending courses.

If you're thinking about where to live when you are stationed in Virginia, you'll need to take into account the base. Hampton, Virginia is a comfortable drive to Langley Air Force Base, plus it provides affordable housing in pleasant family areas which are near great schools. It's possible for you to live in Virginia Beach in the event that you'll be said at a Navy base, but be ready to pay higher costs to reside in this tourist area; should you would like to spend less and live in a great neighborhood while still residing close to the base, contemplate moving to Chesapeake instead. In addition, there are excellent housing opportunities in Fairfax and Prince George, which are close to Fort Eustis, Fort Belvoir and Fort Lee.

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