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Fort Belvoir

Fort Belvoir, VA
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Fort Belvoir, a United States Army installation, is located in Fairfax County, Virginia. Founded as camp A.A. Humphreys in 1917, it was the post-graduate institution for the U.S. Military Academy engineers and as a finishing school for engineering troops that were heading to war. This post was built on the land that was formerly Belvoir Plantation and was renamed Fort Belvoir in 1935. Following the consolidation of bases after 2005, Fort Belvoir became home to National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) facilities in the Washington D.C. area. In addition to the NGA, headquarters for the Defense Logistics Agency, the Defense Acquisition University, the Defense Contract Audit Agency, the Defense Technical Information Center, the United States Army Intelligence and Security Command, the United States Army Military Intelligence Readiness Command, the Missile Defense Agency, an...view more

Fort Belvoir, a United States Army installation, is located in Fairfax County, Virginia. Founded as camp A.A. Humphreys in 1917, it was the post-graduate institution for the U.S. Military Academy engineers and as a finishing school for engineering troops that were heading to war. This post was built on the land that was formerly Belvoir Plantation and was renamed Fort Belvoir in 1935. Following the consolidation of bases after 2005, Fort Belvoir became home to National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) facilities in the Washington D.C. area. In addition to the NGA, headquarters for the Defense Logistics Agency, the Defense Acquisition University, the Defense Contract Audit Agency, the Defense Technical Information Center, the United States Army Intelligence and Security Command, the United States Army Military Intelligence Readiness Command, the Missile Defense Agency, and the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, and is home to many other units. In 2020, the Army Historical Foundation opened the National Museum of the United States Army at Fort Belvoir and features a variety of exhibits and activities.


Fairfax County, formed in 1742, is located in northern Virginia, forms a part of the suburban ring of Washington, D.C., and borders the City of Alexandria and Arlington County. Because of its closeness to Washington D.C., this area has enjoyed growth from the time of its founding, is a mostly suburban area that has a growing and diverse population and is one of the wealthiest counties in the United States.


For those being stationed at Fort Belvoir, there is limited housing that is reserved for single and unaccompanied soldiers that are ranked E-5 and below. All accompanied soldiers, all officers, and those ranked above E-5 will need to find housing in the local communities. A few of the preferred areas to live near the facility are Accotink, Fort Belvoir North, Fairfax West, Country Club Hills, Greenbrier, and Mosby Woods.


There are many interesting and fun places to visit near Fort Belvoir that include Meadowlark Botanical Gardens, Children’s Science Center Lab, Cold War Museum, The Fairfax Museum and Visitor Center, The Fairfax Station Railroad Museum, Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts, a variety of great restaurants, and more.


If you are transferring to Fort Belvoir and are looking for a new home, Contact us. We have a dedicated team of realtors and loan specialists ready to assist you in finding your next home.


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Fort Belvoir, a United States Army installation, is located in Fairfax County, Virginia. Founded as camp A.A. Humphreys in 1917, it was the post-graduate institution for the U.S. Military Academy engineers and as a finishing school for engineering troops that were heading to war. This post was built on the land that was formerly Belvoir Plantation and was renamed Fort Belvoir in 1935. Following...view more

Fort Belvoir, a United States Army installation, is located in Fairfax County, Virginia. Founded as camp A.A. Humphreys in 1917, it was the post-graduate institution for the U.S. Military Academy engineers and as a finishing school for engineering troops that were heading to war. This post was built on the land that was formerly Belvoir Plantation and was renamed Fort Belvoir in 1935. Following the consolidation of bases after 2005, Fort Belvoir became home to National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) facilities in the Washington D.C. area. In addition to the NGA, headquarters for the Defense Logistics Agency, the Defense Acquisition University, the Defense Contract Audit Agency, the Defense Technical Information Center, the United States Army Intelligence and Security Command, the United States Army Military Intelligence Readiness Command, the Missile Defense Agency, and the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, and is home to many other units. In 2020, the Army Historical Foundation opened the National Museum of the United States Army at Fort Belvoir and features a variety of exhibits and activities.


Fairfax County, formed in 1742, is located in northern Virginia, forms a part of the suburban ring of Washington, D.C., and borders the City of Alexandria and Arlington County. Because of its closeness to Washington D.C., this area has enjoyed growth from the time of its founding, is a mostly suburban area that has a growing and diverse population and is one of the wealthiest counties in the United States.


For those being stationed at Fort Belvoir, there is limited housing that is reserved for single and unaccompanied soldiers that are ranked E-5 and below. All accompanied soldiers, all officers, and those ranked above E-5 will need to find housing in the local communities. A few of the preferred areas to live near the facility are Accotink, Fort Belvoir North, Fairfax West, Country Club Hills, Greenbrier, and Mosby Woods.


There are many interesting and fun places to visit near Fort Belvoir that include Meadowlark Botanical Gardens, Children’s Science Center Lab, Cold War Museum, The Fairfax Museum and Visitor Center, The Fairfax Station Railroad Museum, Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts, a variety of great restaurants, and more.


If you are transferring to Fort Belvoir and are looking for a new home, Contact us. We have a dedicated team of realtors and loan specialists ready to assist you in finding your next home.


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