Military Housing in Virginia

  • Coast Guard Portsmouth VA Homes  Coast Guard

    Coast Guard Base Portsmouth, VA is part of Coast Guard Sector Hampton Roads. Coast Guard Portsmouth VA provides a wide variety of support services to units and personnel within the US Coast Guard's 5th District, including general administration and personnel management, medical, supply, procurement and warehousing, industrial services, facilities maintenance, electronic and naval engineering, computer/electronics support, as well as morale and recreational services.

  • Coast Guard Station Cape Charles Homes  Coast Guard

    Coast Guard Station Cape Charles is part of the USCG's Fifth Coast Guard District. The Station's area of responsibility covers an estimated 20 miles of Atlantic coastline as well as portions of the lower Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries. Coast Guard Station Cape Charles primary missions include Search and Rescue, Homeland Security, Maritime Law Enforcement, and Marine Environmental Protection.

  • Coast Guard Station Milford Haven Homes  Coast Guard

    Coast Guard Station Milford Haven is located in Hudgins, VA. The station's primary missions are Search and Rescue, Law Enforcement, and Marine Environmental Protection on the Chesapeake Bay and its connecting tributaries.

  • Coast Guard Yorktown Homes  Coast Guard

    The US Coast Guard in Yorktown VA is home to the USCG Reserve Training Center which yearly trains thousands of Coast Guard personnel in a number of entry level or advance training programs. In addition, the Reserve hosts trainees from other armed services, a variety of State and Federal agencies, and allied foreign nations.

  • Dahlgren NSWC Homes  Navy

    The Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) consists of two organizations, the NSWC Dahlgren Lab in Dahlgren, Virginia and the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dam Neck, in Virginia Beach, VA. The Dahlgren laboratory is a premier research and development center that serves as a specialty site for weapon system integration. Dahlgren NSWC is able to rapidly introduce new technology into complex war-fighting systems.

  • Dam Neck Annex Homes  Navy

    Dam Neck Annex is part of Naval Air Station (NAS) Oceana and is home to the Naval Surface Warfare Center's Fleet Combat Training Center, Atlantic. The training center is strategically located within 30 minutes of 50 percent of the U.S. Fleet which enables NSWC Dam Neck to be the only Naval Sea Systems command that serves the U.S. Navy Fleet and coalition forces jointly with collaborative distributed technology.

  • Defense Health Headquarters Falls Church Homes  Army

    The new Defense Health Headquarters (DHHQ) facility in Falls Church, VA is actually three interconnected buildings that were completed between 1950 and1980 and have been completely redesigned for the new DHHQ facility. Several medical and defense elements are housed there and these relocation's represent a headquarter collocation to a single campus that complies with DOD Anti-Terrorism Force Protection requirements.

  • Defense Supply Center Richmond Homes  Navy

    The Defense Supply Center in Richmond is the aviation supply and demand chain manager for the Defense Logistics Agency and serves within the Department of Defense as the primary source of supply for more than one million repair parts and operating supply items. The center, also known as Bellwood, occupies one of the oldest inhabited parcels of land in the United States

  • Fort AP Hill Homes  Army

    Known as the place "Where America's Military Sharpens Its Combat Edge", Fort AP Hill is located about 90 minutes south of the National Capital Region. With 76,000 acres of land, including a modern 28,000 acre, live-fire range complex, it is one of the largest East Coast military installations which allows units to engage in training ranging from small unit operations to major maneuvers with combined arms and live-fire exercises. The facility lies between Richmond and Washington, D.C.

  • Fort Belvoir Homes  Army

    Fort Belvoir is a strategic sustaining base for America's Army and home to many high-ranking Department of Defense personnel. Fort Belvoir provides logistical, intelligence, and administrative support to a diverse mix of commands, activities, and agencies.

  • Fort Lee Homes  Army

    Fort Lee is home to several major commands: the Combined Arms Support Command, the Quartermaster Center and School, the U.S. Army Garrison, the Army Logistics Management College, and the headquarters for the Defense Commissary Command. The U.S. Army Garrison is under the Installation Management Command, a new command which oversees the management of all U.S. Army Garrisons worldwide. Fort Lee also hosts two Army museums, the U.S. Army Quartermaster Museum and the U.S. Army Women's Museum.

  • Fort Monroe Homes  Army

    Fort Monroe National Monument spans the American story through the 21st century. A public planning process will determine future public services and programming at this historical national park.

  • Fort Pickett Homes  Army

    Fort Pickett, Virginia, is a Virginia Army National Guard training installation. While the facilities at Pickett are geared to train military personnel and units, non-military organizations use them too. These include the U.S. Marshal’s Service, FBI, A.T.F., Virginia State Police and local law enforcement agencies.

  • JBLE Fort Eustis Homes  Army

    Joint Base Langley-Eustis, (JBLE) is the consolidation of the Army's Fort Eustis and the Air Force's Langley AFB. The Joint Base is AF controlled, but unlike other joint bases that share common perimeters, the two components are geographically separated by 17 miles. JBLE-Fort Eustis is the home of the U.S. Army Transportation Corps, which includes the Transportation Center and School, the Aviation Logistics School, and the Non-commissioned Officer Academy.

  • JBLE Langley AFB Homes  Air Force

    Joint Base Langley-Eustis or JBLE is the home of the US Air Force's 633d Air Base Wing, Air Combat Command. It also hosts the Global Cyberspace Integration Center field operating agency. JBLE is USAF controlled, but unlike other joint bases that share common perimeters, the two components of the Joint Base, Langley AFB and the Army's Fort Eustis, are geographically separated by 17 miles.

  • JEB Little Creek Fort Story Homes  Navy

    Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story is the largest military employer in the city of Virginia Beach, VA. The base covers nearly 4,000 acres of land with 7.6 miles of beachfront area. JEB Little Creek-Fort Story is the country’s premier installation for housing and training the nation’s Expeditionary Forces.

  • Joint Base Myer Henderson Hall Homes  Army

    Joint Base Myer Henderson Hall, or JBMHH, consists of military installations at Fort Myer, Crystal City, the Pentagon, Fort McNair, D.C., and Henderson Hall. Serving the National Capital Region in many ways, JBMHH's most visible mission is conducting official ceremonies, locally and worldwide, on behalf of the nation's civilian and military leaders.

  • Mark Center Alexandria Homes  Army

    The Mark Center located in Alexandria, VA, is the new location for the Washington Headquarters Service and a number of other DoD agencies. The facility is part of Fort Belvoir, but is located on Mark Center property in Alexandria, VA. The move was made per BRAC decision in an effort to move DoD personnel out of leased space to more secure sites that meet the department's high anti-terrorism standards.

  • Naval Station Norfolk Homes  Navy

    Naval Station Norfolk is part of the vast area known as Hampton Roads comprising the Virginia Beach-Norfolk-Newport News, VA-NC metropolitan area. Hampton Roads is known for its large military presence, ice-free harbor, shipyards, coal piers, and miles of waterfront property and beaches.

  • Norfolk Naval Shipyard Homes  Navy

    The Norfolk Naval Shipyard in Portsmouth, Virginia, is one of the largest shipyards in the world specializing in repairing, overhauling and modernizing ships and submarines. It is the oldest, largest, and most comprehensive industrial facility belonging to the U.S. Navy.

  • NRO Chantilly Homes  Air Force

    The National Reconnaissance Office, (NRO) designs, builds and operates the nation's reconnaissance satellites. NRO products are being provided to an expanding list of customers like the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the Department of Defense (DoD), and can warn of potential trouble spots around the world, help plan military operations, and monitor the environment.

  • NSA Northwest Annex Homes  Navy

    The mission of Naval Support Activity Northwest Annex is to coordinate the provision of shore activity support to tenant commands and operational forces of the United States and its allies as required. The base also maintains and operates the largest small-arms range facilities in United States Mid-Atlantic Naval Region.

  • Oceana NAS Homes  Navy

    The Naval Air Station at Oceana is a military airport and United States Navy Master Jet Base. Oceana's primary mission is to maintain and operate facilities and provide services and material to support the Navy's Atlantic and Pacific Fleet Force of Strike-Fighter Aircraft & Joint/Inter-Agency Operations. NAS Oceana has grown to become one of the largest and most advanced air stations in the world, comprising 6,820 acres to include the Dam Neck Annex.

  • Pentagon Homes  Pentagon

    The Pentagon serves as the headquarters of the United States Department of Defense. As a symbol of the U.S. military, the words, "the Pentagon" are often used to refer to the Department of Defense rather than the building itself. As one of the world's largest office buildings, it has a floor space of 3,705,793 square feet, and houses a daily working population of approximately 24,000 employees, both military and civilian.

  • Portsmouth Naval Medical Center Homes  Navy

    The Portsmouth Naval Medical Center in Virginia is the oldest continuously running hospital in the Navy medical system and provides professional education and development, and quality patient care.

  • Quantico Marine Base Homes  Marine Corps

    Quantico Marine Corps Base is known as “the Crossroads of the Marine Corps". Several significant sites on base include the Air-Ground Museum, the National Museum of the Marine Corps, and the Quantico National Cemetery. The Marine Corps Officer Candidates School is located at Quantico and the base also serves as the principal research and training facility for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the principal training facility for the Drug Enforcement Administration.

  • SCSC Wallops Island Homes  Navy

    Surface Combat Systems Center (SCSC) known as "The Battle Group in the Sand", is co-located with NASA at the Wallops Flight Facility. The center is a highly sophisticated facility with equipment that can duplicate the combat systems of all operational Cruisers, Destroyers, Amphibious and Carriers. The ability to train personnel, sustain research/development initiatives and conduct major test exercises in a maritime environment make it an invaluable asset that will extend far into the future.

  • Suffolk Joint DOD Complex Homes  Navy

    The Suffolk Joint DOD Complex in Suffolk, VA is a high-tech, government-intensive corridor hosting several major military commands including the Joint Staff J7, Naval Network Warfare Command, NNWC Global Network Operations Center Detachment, Navy Cyber Defense Operators Command and Navy Cyber Forces.

  • UVA JAG School and NGIC Charlottesville Homes  Army

    The National Ground Intelligence Center (NGIC) is a major subordinate command of United States Army Intelligence and Security Command. The Center provides scientific, technical, and general military intelligence on foreign ground forces in support of US war fighting efforts. Just up the road from the NGIC is the Judge Advocate General's Legal Center and School which provides legal training and education to civilians and military officers.

  • Yorktown Naval Weapons Station Homes  Navy

    The Naval Weapons Station at Yorktown hosts 25 tenant commands which include the Atlantic Ordnance Command, the Naval Ophthalmic Support and Training Activity, the Marine Corps Second Fleet Anti-Terrorism Security Team, Fleet Industrial Supply Center Detachment, Fleet Hospital Support Office, Navy Cargo Handling and Port Group and 19 Storefronts. The station and tenant commands work together as a team to provide ordnance logistics, technical, supply and related services to the Atlantic Fleet.


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