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Fort Gregg-Adams

Fort Gregg-Adams, VA
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Fort Gregg-Adams, home of the United States Army’s Sustainment Center of Excellence, as well as the Army’s Logistics Branch, Ordnance, Quartermaster, and Transportation Corps, is located in Prince George County, about 3 miles from Petersburg, Virginia. Established in 1917 as Camp Lee, construction on this new installation began following the declaration of war in WWI. The purpose for this facility was training soldiers that were to be sent to the Western Front. Camp Lee was officially closed in 1921, but was rebuilt and reopened in 1940 as a Quartermaster School. In 1950 Camp Lee was declared a permanent facility and renamed Fort Gregg-Adams. Modernization to the buildings and hospital took place during the 1950’s and 1960’s. The first training in the use of automated data processing was seen in 1966 when the first Quartermaster Officer Candidate School since...view more

Fort Gregg-Adams, home of the United States Army’s Sustainment Center of Excellence, as well as the Army’s Logistics Branch, Ordnance, Quartermaster, and Transportation Corps, is located in Prince George County, about 3 miles from Petersburg, Virginia. Established in 1917 as Camp Lee, construction on this new installation began following the declaration of war in WWI. The purpose for this facility was training soldiers that were to be sent to the Western Front. Camp Lee was officially closed in 1921, but was rebuilt and reopened in 1940 as a Quartermaster School. In 1950 Camp Lee was declared a permanent facility and renamed Fort Gregg-Adams. Modernization to the buildings and hospital took place during the 1950’s and 1960’s. The first training in the use of automated data processing was seen in 1966 when the first Quartermaster Officer Candidate School since WWII was opened. The U.S. Army Logistics Center was created and opened at Fort Gregg-Adams, focusing on the integration of the Quartermaster, Transportation, Ordnance, and Missile and Munitions centers and schools. The Logics Center was renamed the U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command (CASCOM) in 1990 and in 2000 the two departments of the Quartermaster’s School gained new, state-of-the-art facilities. In 2001 Fort Gregg-Adams opened the Army Women’s Museum and has thousands of artifacts chronicling women’s involvement throughout Army history in its collection.


Petersburg is a city with a long history, dating back to the colonial era. Petersburg is situated along the James River and at the confluence of the James and Appomattox rivers. Located about 3 miles from Fort Gregg-Adams, Petersburg enjoys a close relationship with the United States Army and is home to many soldiers and their families. For those who are new to this area, or just visiting, there are plenty of things to do for all ages that include Pamplin Historical Park, Blandford Church and Cemetery, Petersburg National Battle Field Park, Centre Hill Mansion, many Civil War historic sites, and a variety of great restaurants.


Although Fort Gregg-Adams has housing available on-post, there are great options for those who would like to have a home of their own. The areas of Meadowbrook, Colonial Heights, Chester, and Petersburg are all located conveniently to Fort Gregg-Adams in Virginia.


If you are PCSing to Fort Gregg-Adams and in need of housing, contact us. Our dedicated team of realtors and loan specialists are ready to help you find the home that you are looking for.


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Fort Gregg-Adams, home of the United States Army’s Sustainment Center of Excellence, as well as the Army’s Logistics Branch, Ordnance, Quartermaster, and Transportation Corps, is located in Prince George County, about 3 miles from Petersburg, Virginia. Established in 1917 as Camp Lee, construction on this new installation began following the declaration of war in WWI. The purpose fo...view more

Fort Gregg-Adams, home of the United States Army’s Sustainment Center of Excellence, as well as the Army’s Logistics Branch, Ordnance, Quartermaster, and Transportation Corps, is located in Prince George County, about 3 miles from Petersburg, Virginia. Established in 1917 as Camp Lee, construction on this new installation began following the declaration of war in WWI. The purpose for this facility was training soldiers that were to be sent to the Western Front. Camp Lee was officially closed in 1921, but was rebuilt and reopened in 1940 as a Quartermaster School. In 1950 Camp Lee was declared a permanent facility and renamed Fort Gregg-Adams. Modernization to the buildings and hospital took place during the 1950’s and 1960’s. The first training in the use of automated data processing was seen in 1966 when the first Quartermaster Officer Candidate School since WWII was opened. The U.S. Army Logistics Center was created and opened at Fort Gregg-Adams, focusing on the integration of the Quartermaster, Transportation, Ordnance, and Missile and Munitions centers and schools. The Logics Center was renamed the U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command (CASCOM) in 1990 and in 2000 the two departments of the Quartermaster’s School gained new, state-of-the-art facilities. In 2001 Fort Gregg-Adams opened the Army Women’s Museum and has thousands of artifacts chronicling women’s involvement throughout Army history in its collection.


Petersburg is a city with a long history, dating back to the colonial era. Petersburg is situated along the James River and at the confluence of the James and Appomattox rivers. Located about 3 miles from Fort Gregg-Adams, Petersburg enjoys a close relationship with the United States Army and is home to many soldiers and their families. For those who are new to this area, or just visiting, there are plenty of things to do for all ages that include Pamplin Historical Park, Blandford Church and Cemetery, Petersburg National Battle Field Park, Centre Hill Mansion, many Civil War historic sites, and a variety of great restaurants.


Although Fort Gregg-Adams has housing available on-post, there are great options for those who would like to have a home of their own. The areas of Meadowbrook, Colonial Heights, Chester, and Petersburg are all located conveniently to Fort Gregg-Adams in Virginia.


If you are PCSing to Fort Gregg-Adams and in need of housing, contact us. Our dedicated team of realtors and loan specialists are ready to help you find the home that you are looking for.


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