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Army Bases

Fort AP Hill Army Base in Bowling Green, VA

Bowling Green, Virginia Military Bases

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Fort A. P. Hill is located close to the town of Bowling Green and is one of the largest and most important US military installments on the East Coast. As it describes itself, it is the place where the United States sharpens its fo...
Fort Belvoir Army Base in Fairfax, VA

Fairfax, Virginia Military Bases

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Fort Belvoir, VA is an Army installation that absorbed about 30 other federal agencies in 2011 as an outcome of the 2005 BRAC (Base Realignment and Closure Commission), still known as Fort Belvoir, the population nearly doubled wi...
Fort Eustis Army Base in Newport News, VA

Newport News, Virginia Military Bases

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Fort Eustis, Virginia, located in the city of Newport News, is now known as Joint Base Langley-Eustis (JBLE). JBLE Eustis came to be established in compliance with congressional laws enacting the guidelines associated with the 200...
Fort Lee Army Base in Prince George, VA

Prince George, Virginia Military Bases

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Fort Lee is an eight square mile United States Army Base located just west of Petersburg, Virginia. The post is named for famed Confederate General Robert E. Lee, commander of Confederate forces during the US Civil War. Originally...
Fort Meyer Army Base in Arlington, VA

Arlington, Virginia Military Bases

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Fort Myer, Virginia, has been continuously utilized as an Army facility from its inception during the Civil War to the present day. Fort Myer, Fort Leslie J. McNair and Marine Headquarters, Henderson Hall, were merged under the Jo...
Fort Monroe Army Base in Hampton, VA

Hampton, Virginia Military Bases

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Fort Monroe was an Army installation from 1781 until September 2011 when it was deactivated as a result of the 2005 BRAC (Base Realignment and Closure Commission). Its major tenant, TRACDOC (Training and Doctrine Command) was relo...
Fort Pickett Army Base in Blackstone, VA

Blackstone, Virginia Military Bases

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As the home of the Virginia National Guard and one of the largest military installations on the east coast, Fort Pickett is a key post for the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps. With the Blackstone Air Field, many supplies an...
Radford Army Ammunition Plant Army Base in Radford, VA
Base Contact Information Radford Army Ammunition Plant Public Affairs: (540)-731-5785, DSN 231-5785 Base Operations and Information: (540) 731-5762 Geography and Area Information The Radford Army Ammunition Plant is found at 37°1...
Warrenton Training Center Army Base in Alexandria, VA
Base Contact Information Warrenton Training Center: 530-827-4343 Geography and Area Information The Warrenton Training Center (WTC) is located at 38.7335°N 77.8297°W in the northern tip of Virginia 52 miles due east of the capit...

Coast Guard Bases

Finance Center Coast Guard Base in Chesapeake, VA

Chesapeake, Virginia Military Bases

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Finance Center is an institution spreading around the United States of America, but operated by the United States Coast Guard. It has multiple offices and centers, but the headquarters is located in Chesapeake, Virginia. It is the...
National Maritime Center Coast Guard in Arlington, VA
National Maritime Center is among the main institutions in the United States Coast Guard. The center provides credentials to all the mariners who are up to pursuing a prolific career in this armed force. The US Coast Guard has ser...
National Pollution Center Coast Guard in Arlington, VA
The National Pollution Funds Center is located in Arlington, Virginia and is controlled by the United States Coast Guard. The center was created to monitor and help with the transportation of oil across American waters. The Nation...
Navigation Center Coast Guard Base in Alexandria, VA
Navigation Center operated by the United States Coast Guard doesn’t need too much introduction. The center provides the most advanced techniques and technologies when it comes to navigational systems. It supports all the mis...
Sector Hampton Roads Coast Guard Base Portsmouth, VA
Portsmouth is a historic place located in the southeastern part of Virginia that hosts multiple military installations, including one that belongs to the United States Coast Guard. The location is excellent for the well known miss...
Telecomo Systems Command Coast Guard Alexandria, VA
Telecom Systems Command is one of the units the United States Coast Guard is responsible for. It deals with all the informational and computerized systems of this armed force. The command has multiple centers spread throughout the...
Training Center Yorktown Coast Guard Base Yorktown, VA
Training Center Yorktown represents the most important training site for the troops in the United States Coast Guard, but only for Virginia. However, even when it comes to the nationwide system, it is still among the most importan...

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