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2017 Fort Lee Post Guide and Telephone Directory

2017 FORT LEE POST GUIDE phone directory

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24-Hour Sign In........................................734-1584 Army Lodging..........................................733-4100 Housing Office.........................................765-1597 In-processing...........................................734-7784

Health and Wellness

Emergencies..................................................... 911 Military Police Desk................................. 734-7400 Kenner Army Health Clinic Appointment Line...................1(877) 533-5242 After Hours Care................................734-9000 Army Wellness Center.......................734-9925 Dental Appointments...............................734-9607

Dining Locations

Action City Grille. ............................. Bowling Alley Arby’s.............................................. Main Exchange Birds Nest Snack Bar.............. Cardinal Golf Course Burger King....................................Mahone Avenue Charley’s Steakery.......................... Main Exchange Einstein Bagels............... Army Logistics University Froots.............................................................. PXtra Hot Rod Cafe................................ Regimental Club Manchu Wok................................... Main Exchange Pizza Hut......................................................... PXtra Popeyes...................................................... Express Starbucks........................................ Main Exchange Subway................................... Main Exchange/ALU Sustainers’ Pub................................. Army Lodging

Fort Lee Post Guide Quick Lookup EMERGENCIES..........................Pg. 10.............911 Active Duty Clinic......................... Pg. 13..... 734-9057 American Red Cross..................... Pg. 33..... 734-6371 Army Community Service............ Pg. 25..... 734-6388 Army Emergency Relief................ Pg. 25 . .. 734-7954 Army Lodging (IHG)...................... Pg. 7........733-4100 Army Wellness Center.................. Pg. 39..... 734-9925 Behavioral Health.......................... Pg. 14..... 734-9623 Bowling Alley................................ Pg. 37..... 734-6860 Central Issue Facility.................................... 734-3081 Chaplains...................................... Pg. 22..... 734-6494 Child, Youth & School Services..... Pg. 18 .....765-3852 Client Services (Legal).................. Pg. 17 .....765-1500 Dental Clinic................................. Pg. 14..... 734-9607 DMV............................................. ................861-3960 Education Center.......................... Pg. 28 . ...765-3570 Equal Employment Opportunity... Pg. 27..... 734-6835 Equal Opportunity (Military).......... Pg. 27......734-6601 Family Housing (Hunt).................. Pg. 9........733-1558 Family Medicine Clinic.................. Pg. 13..... 734-9993 Fitness Centers............................ Pg. 39......765-3070 Golf Course................................... Pg. 38..... 734-2899 Housing Office.............................. Pg. 8........765-1597

ID Cards........................................ Pg. 29 . .. 734-7347 In-processing................................ Pg. 7....... 734-7784 Installation Operations Center...... Pg. 27......734-1584 Kenner Army Health Clinic............ Pg. 12..... 734-9000 Legal Office.................................. Pg. 22......765-1500 Library........................................... Pg. 38......765-8095 Military Pay................................... Pg. 32 . ...734-7487 Military Police............................... Pg. 10......734-7400 Pediatric Clinic.............................. Pg. 13......734-9125 Pharmacy...................................... Pg. 15......734-9137 Provost Marshal Office................. Pg. 10......734-7400 Public Affairs, Garrison.................. Pg. 30......734-7451 Retirement Services..................... Pg. 29..... 734-6555 Safety Office................................. Pg. 30......765-3132 School Liaison Services................ Pg. 20......765-3817 Service Orders.............................. Pg. 32......451-9914 Transition Services........................ Pg. 29......734-6612 Transportation Inbound................. Pg. 5 . .... 734-4449 Transportation Outbound.............. Pg. 5 . .... 734-4187 USO.............................................. Pg. 33 . ...765-3045 Visitor Control Center................... Pg. 4....... 734-4593 Veterinary Services....................... Pg. 39 . .. 734-2446 Weapon Registration.................... Pg. 10 .....765-7645

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Table of Contents

Visit Fort Lee on Facebook

Arrival.......................................................................... 4 Travel Directions Airport, Transportation Information

Read Fort Lee news at the Traveller website

Helpful Information Getting Settled Emergency and Health Services PMO, Fire & Emergency Services Kenner Army Health Clinic

Community Services. ................................................... 17 Childcare Religious Legal Garrison Support Recreation, Dining and Shopping. ................................ 35 Organizations. ............................................................ 42 100 Years of Lee. ........................................................ 49 Maps of Local Tri-Cities.............................................. 53 Map of Fort Lee................................................Fold Out Phone Directory / Yellow Page Advertising................. 57 Fort Lee Guidebook • 2


Welcome to Fort Lee Welcome to Fort Lee – Home of Army Sustainment Quartermaster School and the U.S. Army Transportation School. Its tenants include the headquarters of the Defense Commissary Agency, Kenner Army Health Clinic, a Military Entrance Processing Station and the Defense Contract Management Agency. Fort Lee supports around 26,400 people on post and just over 56,500 off post, including members from all branches of the military service, their families, government civilians and contractors, military retirees and reservists. Furthermore, as many as 70,000 troops will pass through Fort Lee’s classrooms each year, making it the third largest training site in the Army. These are the most significant statistics of all … Fort Lee fully recognizes its tremendous responsibility and the privilege to provide the most comprehensive training and quality of life services possible for the members of the military family who will pass through its gates. On a final note, the installation command team asks all Fort Lee visitors to exercise caution as they travel throughout post. Slow down, especially around any marching troop formations, construction sites and housing areas. Be aware also that the installation prohibits the use of handheld electronic devices while operating a vehicle as a safety precaution and in compliance with DOD regulations. Fort Lee welcomes you. We hope you will find your visit, your training or your assignment rewarding. We’re proud to say you’re a member of “Team Lee.”

Fast Facts Total Land Acreage: 5,907 Miles of Paved Road: 119 Miles of Unpaved Road: 76 Active Buildings: 477 Training Areas: 27 Training Ranges: 9

Troop Housing Spaces: 8,401 (Trainees/Others) 892 (Permanent Party) Family Housing Units: 1,508 Fort Lee Guidebook • 3

Arrival

Whether your visit is temporary or long-term, we hope you’ll enjoy all the things our installation and the local area have to offer. Fort Lee is situated alongside the Tri-Cities of Virginia – Petersburg, Colonial Heights and Hopewell – as well as the counties of Chesterfield, Prince George and Dinwiddie. The Army garrison shares many similarities with its neighbors. It is a diverse community comprised of service members and civilian personnel, as well as a home to hundreds of military families who reside in its housing areas. Over the past decade, Fort Lee has experienced enormous growth mostly as a result of the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure directives and the installation’s designation as the Army Sustainment Center of Excellence – a focused training base for military supply, subsistence, maintenance, munitions, transportation and more. Those decisions sparked a massive base modernization mission with a budget of more than $1.2 billion. In addition to new training facilities, administrative areas, dining facilities and barracks, Fort Lee has experienced phenomenal growth among its support facilities for military families. Fort Lee has witnessed significant changes to its population as well; much of it due to the realignment of military organizations from other parts of the nation. In addition to the Combined Arms Support Command, Team Lee now consists of the Army Logistics University, the U.S. Army Ordnance School, the U.S. Army


Arrival

Getting Here

Visitor Control Center

Fort Lee Gates, Hours of Operation • Lee Avenue Gate: 5 a.m. - 8 p.m., weekdays; 6 a.m. - 11 p.m., weekends and holidays • Mahone Avenue Gate: 5 a.m. - 11 p.m. weekdays; closed weekends and holidays • A Avenue Gate: 5 a.m. - 8 p.m. weekdays; closed weekends and holidays • Shop Road Gate: 6 a.m. - 2 p.m. weekdays (commercial vehicles only); closed weekends and holidays • Sisisky Boulevard Gate: Always open • Jackson Circle Gate: Open 24 hours to residents and authorized guests. • Temple Avenue Gate: (Ordnance Campus): 4:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. weekdays; closed weekends and holidays

Duke’s Visitor Center 500 Lee Avenue Building 5228 Phone: (804) 734-5053 Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday, 5 a.m. - 8 p.m.; weekends and holidays, 6 a.m. - 11 p.m. Sisisky Visitor Center Building 1615 Phone: (804) 734-3085 Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday, 8-11 p.m. Army-mandated security measures require all Fort Lee visitors, age 18 and older, who do not have accepted forms of government identification to complete a criminal background check before entering the installation unescorted. In-depth information about the new access requirements can be found at www.lee.army.mil/pmo/access.aspx. Those entering the installation are subject to a 100-percent identification check and all vehicles continue to be subject to inspection by security personnel.

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Airport, other Transportation Richmond International Airport (RIC)

Driving Directions

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The airport is located seven miles southeast of Richmond’s central business district. Traveling by vehicle from its location, visitors can reach Historic Williamsburg within an hour and Washington, D.C. within two hours. Other nearby attractions include the Blue Ridge Mountains and Virginia Beach. Airport amenities include a USO Center that caters to all military identification card holders. It is located near the concourse on the second floor and is open daily from 8 a.m. - 9 p.m. For more information, call (804) 236-7234.

Transportation to/from Richmond International Airport For advanced individual training Soldiers – including Army Reservists, National Guardsmen and Initial Ready Reserve Soldiers – the following companies will provide transportation between Richmond International Airport and the installation at no individual cost when provided with a complete copy of the service members’ signed military orders to Fort Lee (applies only to initial arrival and final departure in accordance with orders): • James River Transportation: (804) 249-1052 • Groome Transportation: (804) 222-7226 • CMC, Inc.: (804) 222-7790 The companies also are authorized to convey other passengers to/from Fort Lee at their normal rates.

Taxi Service:

Bus Service:

Rail Service:

The Marshall Cab company is the only commercial service authorized to operate on Fort Lee, providing transportation on/ around post and in surrounding communities. The dispatch phone number is (804) 458-3325. Other taxi companies may deliver and pick up customers on Fort Lee by request, but may not solicit fares on post.

Regional bus service is provided by Greyhound Trailways. The local terminal is located at 108 East Washington Street, Petersburg. • Toll-free: 1-800-872-7245 • Local: (804) 732-2905 The Petersburg Area Transit operates on Fort Lee, providing services to and from the installation to Petersburg with connections to the surrounding communities. Pick-up location is outside the PXtra on Mahone Avenue.

Regional and national rail service is provided by AMTRAK. The rail station is located at 3516 South Street, Ettrick, and the ticket office hours are 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. daily. For train schedules and ticketing, visit www.amtrak.com.

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Arrival

I-95 Southbound from Arlington Proceed south on I-95 merging onto I-295 S via exit number 84A (left exit) toward Rocky Mount, N.C. Continue on I-295 S; merge onto VA-36 W/ Oaklawn Boulevard via exit number 9B toward Fort Lee/Colonial Heights. I-95 Northbound from Rocky Mount, N.C. Proceed north on I-95 merging onto I-295 N via exit number 46 toward Washington. Continue on I-295 N; merge onto VA-36 W/Oaklawn Boulevard via exit number 9B toward Fort Lee/Colonial Heights. I-64 Westbound from Virginia Beach Proceed west on I-64 merging onto I-295 S via exit number 200 toward Rocky Mount, N.C. Merge onto I-295 S using the left side exit toward Bottoms Bridge. Proceed on I-295 south, exiting onto VA-36 W/Oaklawn Boulevard via exit number 9B toward Fort Lee/Colonial Heights. I-64 Eastbound from Charlottesville Proceed east on I-64 merging onto 1-295 S via exit number 177 toward Washington/Norfolk. Proceed on I-295 south; merge onto VA-36 W/Oaklawn Boulevard via exit number 9B toward Fort Lee/ Colonial Heights.


Helpful Information

Running Route Restrictions Fort Lee has established official physical training routes Monday - Friday, 5-7:30 a.m. During this time, all traffic is prohibited on Shop Road from 11th Street to 19th Street and on B Avenue from Sisisky Boulevard to 38th Street. Traffic is also prohibited on the Ordnance Campus Bridge until 7 a.m. Prohibited routes are marked with cones and signs during the physical training times. Violators will be cited by the Fort Lee Police.

Jogging Safety

Speed Limits

The jogger/pedestrian right-of-way rule is not a guarantee that a vehicle will stop. Drivers often have difficulty seeing joggers and pedestrians, especially in the early morning and late afternoon. To increase the chance of being seen between dusk and dawn, all persons are required to wear retro-reflective clothing or a safety belt.

In accordance with CASCOM Regulation 190-5, dated July 1, 2006, the speed limit in Fort Lee housing areas is 15 mph. All other roads are 25 mph unless otherwise posted. Speed limits are enforced using radar, especially in the housing areas. Individuals cited for a moving violation will receive a U.S. Violation Notice, requiring either the payment of fine or appearance in Magistrate Court. Additionally, Fort Lee Police have the option of issuing a Form 1408. On-post driving privileges can be suspended or even revoked if multiple violations are issued to a single driver over a given time. Use of handheld devices is prohibited while operating a vehicle on Fort Lee. Handsfree devices for cellphones are authorized. This ban includes text messaging. Visit the Fort Lee website (www.lee.army.mil) for more specific guidance. Additionally, the state of Virginia bans texting and driving. Violations are a primary offense, and drivers can be subjected to fines.

If sidewalks are unavailable, face traffic while traveling on roadway shoulders. Cross the street in designated crosswalks. The use of headphones and earphones while walking, jogging, skating or bicycling on or adjacent to roadways is prohibited. While using tracks on Fort Lee, reflective clothing is not required and headphones are permitted.

Motorcycle Requirements All personnel operating a motorcycle or moped on or off the installation will wear properly fastened Department of Transportation or SNELL Foundation approved motorcycle helmets with face shield or goggles. Suitable eye protection is defined as shatter-proof goggles or face shield attached to the helmet. They also must wear full-fingered gloves, long pants, long-sleeved shirt and leather boots or over-the-ankle shoes whenever they operate or ride a motorcycle, moped or scooter. The current policy is located online at www.lee.army.mil. Motorcycle safety classes are offered free of charge to active duty military personnel. For class registration, visit https://imc.army.mil/AIRS or call (804) 765-3127.

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Settling In Military In-processing

Important Numbers All Emergencies: 911 Military Police: (804) 734-7400 Duty Officer (after hours sign in): (804) 734-1584 Lodging: (804) 733-4100

All permanent party Soldiers should first report to the Soldier Support Center. Military students must first report to their new unit. Specific instructions are located at the following URL: www.lee.army.mil/hrd/student.management.branch.aspx. Other services, Army recruiters, and MEPS cadre should contact their gaining units for specific instructions. Contact information is located on the website under “Reporting for Duty” http://www.lee.army.mil/hrd/soldiers.reporting.for.duty. aspx. After hours, Soldiers should sign in off leave and receive further instructions from the Installation Operations Center, building 1107, (804) 734-1584.

Housing Office: (804) 765-1963 Housing (on post): (804) 733-1558 Kenner Army Health Clinic Appointment Line: 1-866-LEE-KAHC

KAHC After Hours: (804) 734-9000 Army Community Service: (804) 734-6388

Fort Lee Lodging Building P-12015 Mahone Avenue Commercial: (804) 733-4100 Call Center: 1-877-711-8326 Website: www.IHGarmyhotels.com Fax: (804) 765-3839 IHG Army Hotel at Fort Lee is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The facility provides standard and extended stay rooms and temporary family suites to accommodate military families on permanent change of station orders, temporary orders and civilians on leisure. Pets also are allowed in the lodging facility with payment of a one-time nonrefundable fee of $75 for up to five days. If the visit extends beyond five days, there is a $7 charge for each day after for the pet. Hotel amenities include free Wi-Fi, and the Sustainer’s Pub.

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Arrival

Building 3400 1401 B Avenue Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Phone: (804) 734-7784/7089 Website: www.lee.army.mil/hrd/ personnel.service.branch.aspx


Settling In

Fort Lee Unaccompanied Personnel Housing

Housing Services Office (Off-Post Housing)

Soldier Support Center, Building 3400, Room 101 1401 B Avenue Phone: (804) 734-3977 Website: https:// www.housing.army.mil Unaccompanied personnel in the grades of E-5 and below are normally housed in the installation’s barracks, buildings P-8401, P-8408 or P-8150. Geographical bachelor housing availability on the installation is granted on a case-by-case basis. Advanced individual training Soldiers must reside on the installation in their unit’s barracks. AIT students should not bring family members with them while stationed at Fort Lee. Housing for other military students varies depending on a student’s status. Most students are prohibited from bringing family members to Fort Lee. Questions regarding housing policies should be directed to the various schools’ cadre. Barracks 8401 and 8150 provide two-person rooms for grades E-1 through E-4, and single rooms for E-5s. Barracks 8408 consists of 32 modules that house 64 service members and each has his or her own bedroom and shares a bathroom and common area (kitchen). Each space includes a bed, mattress, nightstand, desk, lamp, chair, dining table, refrigerator, microwave and chest. No pets are allowed in the barracks.

Soldier Support Center, Building 3400, Room 101 1401 B Avenue Phone: (804) 765-2016/1597 Website: https:// www.housing.army.mil Like us on Facebook: Fort Lee Virginia Housing Services Office The Housing Services Office is available to all permanent-party service members, military families and government civilians requiring housing assistance during arrival, departure or anywhere in-between. Service members will process through HSO both on arrival to and departure from the installation. Furthermore, the HSO can assist PCSing service members who are looking for housing information at their new duty stations. Military members on permissive TDY for house hunting, in conjunction with PCS leave, must report to the HSO on the first day of PTDY and receive a housing stamp and date on the DA 31 Leave Form. If the leave form is not properly stamped and dated by housing, finance will charge regular annual leave instead of PTDY.

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Settling In Community Resource Guide

Personal Property Shipment

On-Post Family Housing - A Hunt Companies Community 1510 Sisisky Boulevard Phone: (804) 733-1558 Website: www.fortleefamilyhousing.com Family housing on post is operated and managed by Hunt Companies. The office hours are Monday Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., and Saturday, 9 a.m. - noon. Fort Lee Family Housing is an amenity-rich military community nestled among tall evergreens and mature trees. It is comprised of new and traditional housing in seven distinct villages that exhibit the personality and rich history of Fort Lee and its surrounding area. Several units on Fort Lee are handicap adaptable for special needs residents. Bedroom composition ranges from two-bedroom to five-bedroom units within the different neighborhoods. Fort Lee pride is strong among the Family Housing team. Visit www.fortleefamilyhousing.com to find out how you can become a part of our community.

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Soldier Support Center, Building 3400, Room 119 1401 B Avenue Phone: (804) 734-4187 Fax: (804) 734-4182

Inbound Phone: (804) 734-4449 Outbound Phone: (804) 734-4187

Arrival

Interested in learning about resources available for you and your family on Fort Lee? Check out the Community Resource Guide. The Fort Lee Community Health Promotion Council has developed the CRG to provide a comprehensive listing of all health, wellness and resiliencyrelated resources available to the Fort Lee community, including military members, family members, retirees, Department of Defense Civilians and contractors. You can search by category based on individual needs, by organization/department, and by affiliation. Each section provides brief details pertaining to the program or service listed in the specific area, with the option to go to the respective website for more information. Visit the guide at www.lee.army.mil/crg/community.resource.guide.aspx.


Emergency & Health Services

Health Services Police, Fire & EMS

Directorate of Emergency Services Building 9203 1901 Mahone Avenue Director: (804) 765-1376 Sergeant Major: (804) 765-1370 Administrative Officer: (804) 765-1376 Fax: (804) 734-7018

Provost Marshal Office – Fort Lee Police Station Building 8526 1900 Mahone Avenue Emergency (Police/Fire/EMS): Dial 911 Police Desk and PMO referral: (804) 734-7400 or 765-3822 Police Desk FAX: (804) 765-3428 DA Security Guards: (804) 734-4214 Game Warden: (804) 734-4213 AWOL Apprehension: (804) 734-6293 Website: www.lee.army.mil/pmo/flpolice.aspx Law enforcement support to the Fort Lee community is provided by the Office of the Provost Marshal, the 217th Military Police Detachment, Department of the Army Civilian Police Officers, DA Security Guards and the Fort Lee Criminal Investigation Division Office. Crimes, incidents, suspicious persons or activities should be reported by calling the desk sergeant at (804) 734-7400. Found property should be turned in to the Police Station Desk Sergeant.

Police Administration Section The Police Administration Section provides customer service to the Fort Lee community and other agencies. Providing copies of police reports and background checks are examples of the services available. To receive a copy of a police report, individuals must request it in writing and allow time for processing. Request forms may be obtained from the police administrative section or on the PMO website. Customer service hours of operation are Monday - Wednesday and Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., and Thursday, 1-4:30 p.m. The office is closed 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. Weapons Registration In accordance with CASCOM Regulation 190-2, dated July 1, 2012, military personnel and their families who are assigned to or residing on Fort Lee must register all privately owned firearms within 72 hours of being brought onto the installation. Firearms that are to be legally and permanently stored off the installation are not required to be registered on Fort Lee. In addition, any firearms brought on the installation for more than 72 hours by guests or residents must be registered. Information on registration procedures or pre-registration of inbound weapons may be obtained by calling (804) 734-5058/4593 Monday - Friday, 7 a.m. - 4 p.m., or by visiting the Fort Lee Visitor’s Center, located at the Lee Avenue Gate.

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Fort Lee Game Warden Building 10000 C Avenue Phone: (804) 734-4213

Fire and Emergency Services Building 1530 – Station No. 2 520 A Avenue Phone: (804) 765-1272/1244 Station No. 1: (804) 734-7020 Station No. 3: (804) 734-6101 ALL EMERGENCIES: 911 The Fort Lee Fire and Emergency Services Division is assigned to the Directorate of Emergency Services. Its mission is to protect life and property by providing emergency fire protection, fire prevention, public education and emergency medical assistance to Fort Lee and the surrounding communities. The division operates out of three emergency response facilities: Station 1, in building 3620, houses the Fire Training and EMS Chief’s offices, the Fire Prevention Assistant Chief’s office and Fire Prevention Inspectors’ offices. Station 2, in building 1530, is the main fire station. It houses one engine company, one truck company, an advanced life support medic unit, the wild land firefighting apparatus, the Hazardous Materials Response Unit, the Technical Rescue Response Unit, and all reserve fire and medic apparatus This station also houses the Operations Assistant Chief, the Deputy Fire Chief and the Fire Chief as well as the administrative staff. Station 3, in building 9513, houses one engine company, an advanced life support medic unit and the Mass Casualty Response Unit. The Fire Administration and Fire Prevention branches are available Monday - Friday, 7 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. The operation branch is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Fort Lee Guidebook • 11

Hazardous Weather Guide Fort Lee is susceptible to a variety of potential catastrophic weather events, such as tornadoes, hurricanes and heavy snow storms. As a force protection measure, the command encouraged a concerted effort among team Lee members for emergency preparedness. To assist with that goal, a hazardous weather guide was created and can be accessed at www. lee.army.mil/hazweather.

Emergency & Health Services

The Fort Lee Game Warden enforces laws and regulations affecting natural and environmental resources on the military reservation. Related functions include access control for archeological sites, managing special hunting seasons, operating check stations, and assisting in hunting safety classes and public information programs. The Game Warden also handles most of the stray pet capturing on post and acts as the installation animal control officer. The individual enforces Virginia laws, Army regulations and post policies related to game and domestic animals. The office of the game warden operates under the authority of the Fort Lee Provost Marshal.


Health Services Health Services

Hours of Operation

Kenner Army Health Clinic Building 8130 700 24th Street Information Desk: (804) 734-9000 KAHC Appointment Line: 1-866-LEE-KAHC (533-5242) Website: http://kenner.narmc.amedd.army.mil

KAHC’s operating hours are 7 a.m. 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday. Extended hours and services are available in the following departments: Pharmacy until 6 p.m.; Active Duty Sick Call starting at 5:45 a.m.; and laboratory and radiology from 6-7 a.m. Kenner is closed Saturdays, Sundays, the afternoon of the 3rd Thursday of each month, during quarterly commander’s calls, on all federal holidays, the Friday following Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve.

Kenner Army Health Clinic proudly serves the Fort Lee community with primary health care for beneficiaries utilizing TRICARE Prime and enrolled to the clinic. A full array of outpatient primary health care services is provided for active duty military members, retirees and their families. Nearby military medical facilities and network civilian health care partners provide specialty care and in-patient hospitalization. Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda, Maryland; Naval Medical Center Portsmouth; McDonald Army Health Center at Fort Eustis; and the Health Clinic at Langley Air Force Base are additional military medical facilities serving beneficiaries in the Central Virginia region. After hours, Kenner patients have access to an on-call primary care manager by calling the administrative officer of the day at (804) 734-9000. The AOD will note your information and contact the on-call provider. The on-call provider will return the call and assist you in getting the required care.

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Fast Facts Appointment Line: 1-866-LEE-KAHC Information Line & After Hours Care: (804) 734-9000


Enrolling at Kenner Contact Health Net Federal Services either by calling 1-877-874-2273 or visiting the HNFS website at www.hnfs. com to enroll to KAHC. Once enrolled through HNFS, the enrollee/sponsor should report to Kenner’s Outpatient Records to have the family registered in the computer system. HNFS also oversees KAHC’s network of civilian providers and facilities. The network is another means of providing care to assigned beneficiaries.

Emergency and Urgent Care

Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act Privacy Office Phone: (804) 734-9197 Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Phone: (804) 734-9057 Hours: Monday - Friday, 5:45 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Family Medicine Clinic Phone: (804) 734-9993 Hours: Monday - Friday, 7 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Exceptional Family Member Program Phone: (804) 734-9130 Hours: Monday - Friday, 7 a.m. 5 p.m., closed noon - 1 p.m.

Wilkerson Pediatric Clinic Phone: (804) 734-9125 Hours: Monday - Friday, 7 a.m. - 4 p.m. Immunization: (804) 734-9327 Immunization Walk-in Hours: Monday Friday, 7:30-11 a.m.; and Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 1:15-3:15 p.m. The Wilkerson Pediatric Clinic provides primary health care to its TRICARE Prime beneficiaries from birth to 17 years old. Children age 5 and older may be able to obtain certain immunizations on a walk-in basis. Call first to ensure an appointment is not needed.

Scheduling an Appointment Call 1-866-LEE-KAHC (5335242) to schedule appointments for all health care needs. Appointments also can be made via TRICARE Online at www.TRICAREonline.com.

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Emergency & Health Services

Emergency care is not provided at KAHC. If you believe you have a medical emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency treatment facility. If you seek emergency care at another facility, coordinate all follow-up care with your primary care manager. Call the appointment line or go to www.TRICAREonline.com to make an appointment, and bring all documents from the emergency room visit with you. Appointments with specialists require a referral from your primary care manager. Referrals to urgent care are required. If an appointment is unavailable within your assigned clinic during regular duty hours, beneficiaries enrolled at Kenner must call their Primary Care Manager to receive a referral for urgent care. After duty hours, call the Administrative Officer of the Day. The AOD can be reached at (804) 734-9000 from 4 p.m. - 7:30 a.m., weekdays, and 7:30 a.m. Saturday - 7:30 a.m. Monday. The after-hours behavioral health on-call provider can also be reached at 734-9000. For urgent care questions, health advice or to schedule a next-day appointment, call the TRICARE Nurse Advice Line at 1-800-TRICARE, and select option 1.

Active Duty Clinic


Health Services Health Services Colonel Bull Dental Clinic

Emergency & Health Services

Building 8204 2601 C Avenue Phone: (804) 734-9607/9608 After-Hour Emergencies: (804) 734-9000 Hours: Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Sick call: Monday Friday, 7:30-9 a.m., The Fort Lee Dental Clinic Command serves active duty permanent party, BOLC and AIT military members. Its goal is to ensure quality dental care delivery with a focus on customer service.

Orthopedic Clinic Phone: (804) 734-9226 Hours: Monday-Friday, 7 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Optometry – Eagle Eye Clinic Phone: (804) 734-9253 Hours: Monday - Friday, 7 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Behavioral Health Physical Therapy Phone: (804) 734-9200 Hours: Monday - Friday, 7 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Troop Medical Clinic 1 Building 3219 B Avenue Phone: (804) 734-6093-6474 Hours: Monday - Friday, 6 a.m. - 4 p.m. Sick call: 6-8 a.m.

Phone: (804) 734-9623/9143 Hours: Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Walk-Ins: Monday - Friday, 8-11 a.m. In- and Out-processing: Monday -Wednesday, 1-3:30 p.m.

Mosier Consolidated Troop Medical Clinic Building 18036 300 Central Avenue Phone: (804) 734-5448/5445 Hours: Monday - Friday, 6 a.m. - 4 p.m. Sick call: 6-9 a.m. and 10-1:30 a.m.

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Dental Clinic at the Mosier Consolidated Troop Medical Clinic Building 18036 300 Central Avenue Ordnance Campus Phone: (804) 734-5365/5454 After Hours Emergencies: (804) 734-9000 Hours: Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. Closed on federal holidays Sick call: Monday - Friday, 7:308:30 a.m. and 12:30-1:30 p.m.

Substance Use Disorders Clinical Care Phone: (804) 734-7480 Hours: Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Walk-ins: MondayFriday, 8-11 a.m. In- and out-processing: Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 8-11:30 a.m.


Army Wellness Center Building 9025 Mahone Avenue Phone: (804) 734-9925 Hours: Monday- Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Preventive Medicine Division Environmental Health: (804) 734-9652 Health Promotions: (804) 734-9249 Industrial Hygiene: (804) 734-9846 Occupational Health: (804) 734-9159 Public Health: (804) 734-9249 Hours: Monday - Friday, 7 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Soldier Readiness Clinic

Case Management Managed Care Division PCMH Case Management: (804) 734-9294/9536/9963/9690 Behavioral Health Case Manager: (804) 734-9713/9499 Hours: Monday - Friday, 7 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Pharmacy Prescription Refill: (804) 734-9535 Hours: Monday- Friday, 6 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Laboratory Phone: (804) 734-9101 Hours: Monday - Friday, 6 a.m. - 4 p.m.

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Building 3400, Room 117 1401 B Avenue Phone: (804) 765-9546 or 734-9583 Hours: 7-11:30 a.m. and 1-4 p.m. Monday Friday, and closed on the 1st Thursday, 11:30 a.m. - 2 p.m., for mandatory training. The Soldier Readiness Clinic is reserved every Wednesday for deployment and overseas screenings. Medical In-Processing is conducted on Monday, Tuesday and Friday at 8:30 a.m.

Radiology Phone: (804) 734-9118 Diagnostic Hours: Monday - Friday, 6 a.m. - 4 p.m. Mammography & Ultrasound: Monday Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Emergency & Health Services

The Army Wellness Center program helps build and sustain good health. It empowers clients to set their own health goals and achieve them, addressing lifestyle change in areas that affect both short and long-term health. The Army Wellness Center offers six core programs: Health Assessment Review, Physical Fitness, Healthy Nutrition, Stress Management, General Wellness Education and Tobacco Education. It provides services to active duty military and their families (18 years and older), retirees and their spouses, DOD Civilian employees, and Army Reserve and National Guard Soldiers.


Emergency & Health Services

Patient Administration Division Fort Lee Veterinary Services Building 11025, 38th Street Appointment Line: (804) 734-2446/9555 Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Phone (including Medical Evaluations Board): (804) 734-9545/9607/9319/9349 Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Lois E. Wells Health Clinic 1650 Wilcox Drive, Fort A.P. Hill Phone: (804) 633-8339/8370 Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday, 7 a.m. - 4 p.m. Sick Call: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Soldiers’ MEB Counsel Referral Management Center Phone: (804) 734-2273 (CARE) Active Duty Claims: (804) 734-9450

Phone: (804) 734-9863/9096 Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Soldiers’ MEB Counsel provides legal assistance to Soldiers going through the Medical Evaluation Board process. SMEBC is located in the Patient Administration Division office.

Health Benefits Advisors Phone: (804) 734-9447/9448 Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Patient Advocate

Medical Records Phone: (804) 734-9383/9285

Phone: (804) 734-9512 or (804) 267-0338 Hours: Monday - Friday, 7 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. If you or your family has a concern or a complaint about the service provided at the clinic, share it with us. It is important that we address and try to resolve any issues as quickly as possible. You may notify KAHC of issues regarding your care in person, in writing or via e-mail. The Patient Advocate will assist you when you don’t know where else to turn or you have problems with your medical care. Anytime you need assistance, feel free to call (804) 734-9512, visit the office located in room B102c, or text your concerns to (804) 267-0338. You also may contact the commander directly and anonymously, if desired, on the Kenner web page.

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Legal Services Client Services Division

Phone: (804) 765-1500 The Legal Assistance Division is open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m., and Thursday, 1 - 4 p.m. This office assists clients with the following issues: powers of attorney, leases, affidavits, Virginia deeds, name changes, consumer affairs, civil suits, domestic relations, child support and family law, immigration and naturalization, wills and estates, tax assistance and local court procedures. Notary services and preparation of powers of attorney are available on a walk-in basis during normal duty hours. Attorney consultations are available on both an appointment basis and a walk-in basis. Attorney walk-ins are available from 1-4 p.m. daily.

Building 8039 3002 C Avenue Phone: (804) 765-2290 The U.S. Army Trial Defense Service is an independent agency that is responsible for providing defense counsel services to Soldiers facing criminal investigation or disciplinary action, including administrative separation, non-judicial punishment (Article 15) and courts-martial. Trial Defense Service is located at 3001 C Avenue in building 8039. The Trial Defense Service Office is open Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.; Wednesday, 1-4 p.m.; and Friday, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. This office is closed daily, noon - 1 p.m.

Building 1108 441 1st Street Phone: (804) 765-1514 The Fort Lee Office of the Staff Judge Advocate provides legal services to the Fort Lee commands and tenant activities, service members (active and retired) and family members. The areas of support provided include military justice, administrative law, claims and legal assistance.

Claims Division Phone: (804) 765-1522 The Claims Division is open from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., except Thursday when it operates from 1 - 4:30 p.m. The Claims Division handles claims against the Army for damage or injury caused by government employees, claims against third parties who damage government property or cause injury, and claims from Soldiers or DA Civilian employees for damage to property that is incidental to their service. The most common incident to service claim relates to governmentsponsored moves.

Civil Law Division Phone: (804) 765-1528 The Civil Law Division is open during the OSJA’s regular operating hours. The mission of the Civil Law Division is to provide legal support to the command in the following areas: government contracts, fiscal law, federal employment law and environmental law.

Administrative Law Division Phone: (804) 765-1533 The Administrative Law Division is open during the OSJA’s regular operating hours. The mission of the Administrative Law Division is to provide legal support to the command in the following areas: government contracts, government ethics, federal information law, federal employment law, environmental law, intellectual property, civil courts, administrative investigations and administrative law.

Tax Assistance Center Building 6052 Mekong Street Phone: (804) 734-5732 Tax preparation assistance, form distribution, and electronic filing are available between January and early May of each year. Assistance also is available year-round by appointment. To schedule an off-season appointment, call the Legal Assistance Office at (804) 765-1505. Fort Lee Guidebook • 17

Community Services

U.S. Army Trial Defense Service

Office of the Staff Judge Advocate


Childcare Services

Parent Central Services (Central Registration) Building 10624 Yorktown Drive Phone: (804) 765-3852/3785 Fax: (804) 765-3588 Children and teens must be registered prior to participating in Child, Youth & School Services programs. For information regarding registration requirements, visit www. leemwr.com and click on Parent Central Services from the CYSS menu option.

Child, Youth & School Services Building 10612 Yorktown Drive Administrative Office: (804) 765-3817 Fax: (804) 765-3846

Family Child Care Building 10612 Yorktown Drive Phone: (804) 765-3850

Outreach Services

The Family Child Care system oversees child care services offered by FCC providers in their homes both on and off post. FCC is designed to meet the child care needs of parents who prefer a small group setting in a home environment. Each FCC home operates as a small business and is a contracted service between the provider and the patron. Full-day, part-day, hourly and extended hours services are available for children 4 weeks to 12 years of age. Fort Lee Guidebook • 18

Building 10624 Yorktown Drive Phone: (804) 765-3851 Outreach Services coordinates and oversees child care for parent co-ops and on-site group functions (including Family Readiness Groups), maintains central enrollment information for CYSS programs, provides a resource library for parents and processes all CYSS volunteers.


Multi-Program Child Development Center Building 10622 Battle Drive Phone: (804) 734-2934 Multi-Program Child Development offers the following: • Before and after school care for kindergarten-age children. School bus service provided to and from Prince George County Public Schools. • Part-Day Preschool (operational when school is in session) Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - noon and 12:30-3:30 p.m. Parents can choose two, three or five days a week. • Pre-K Strong Beginnings program is available to children entering kindergarten next year. Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - noon with wrap-around care available until 3 p.m. (Program is available during the school year.) • Hourly care is available Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. • Summer camp (for children who just completed kindergarten) is available Monday - Friday, 5:15 a.m. - 6 p.m., June through August.

Yorktown Child Development Center

Battle Child Development Center Building 10620 Battle Drive Phone: (804) 734-2884

The Yorktown Child Development Center offers a fullday program for ages 6 weeks to 5 years. Operating hours are Monday - Friday, 5:15 a.m. - 6 p.m.

The Battle Child Development Center offers a full-day program for ages 6 weeks to 5 years. Operating hours are Monday Friday, 5:15 a.m. - 6 p.m..

Sisisky Child Development Center Building 10624 Sisisky Boulevard Phone: (804) 734-1093 The Sisisky Child Development Center offers a full-day program for ages 6 weeks to 5 years. Operating hours are Monday - Friday, 5:15 a.m. - 6 p.m.

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Community Services

Building 10610 Yorktown Drive Phone: (804) 765-3765


Community Services

Childcare Services School Liaison Services Building 10612 Yorktown Drive Phone: (804) 765-3817 Fax: (804) 765-3588

School Age Center Building 10605 Yorktown Drive Phone: (804) 765-3763

The school liaison provides information, support and assistance to parents of school-age children, grades K-12, to include transition, home schooling, post secondary education, school registration, transportation, school policies and in/out processing. The Prince George County School System has been designated as the school district responsible for the education of family members residing on Fort Lee. Family members of military personnel residing off post will enroll in the school district where they reside. Area School Districts: • Prince George Public Schools: (804) 733-2700 • Chesterfield County Public Schools: (804) 748-1405 • Colonial Heights City Public Schools: (804) 524-3400 • Dinwiddie County Public Schools: (804) 469-4190 • Hopewell City Public Schools: (804) 541-6400 • Petersburg City Public Schools: (804) 732-0510 • Tri-Cities Home Educators of Va.: (804) 861-8855

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The School Age Center program offers the following: • Before and after school care for school-age children, 1st-5th grades. Hours of operation are 5:15 - 8:30 a.m. and 3:45 - 6 p.m. SAC is open all day on scheduled school closings and closed on federal holidays and the Friday after Thanksgiving. School bus service is provided to and from all Prince George County Public Schools. • Summer camp program – available June through August – for children, 1st - 5th grades. Hours are Monday - Friday, 5:15 a.m. - 6 p.m.


Childcare Services Middle School and Teen Program Building 10619 Yorktown Drive Phone: (804) 734-2870/2871

Schools of Knowledge, Inspiration, Exploration and Skills (SKIES)

To find childcare, visit the military childcare website

Building 10624 Yorktown Drive Phone: (804) 765-0612 SKIES is the framework for the Army’s instructional CYSS programs. It consists of classes designed to complement and support the experiences children and youth have in Child, Youth and School Services and schools. Types of programs offered may include babysitting courses, home alone classes, dance, piano, karate and art classes.

Youth Sports and Fitness Building 6008 16th Street and A Avenue Phone: (804) 734-5364/3069 The Youth Sports and Fitness program offers a variety of activities (such as basketball, soccer, track, football, baseball, wrestling and cheerleading) for children and youth ages 3-15 years. Tournaments, leagues and competitions are held throughout the year. Sports camps are offered during the summer. Fort Lee Guidebook • 21

Community Services

The Middle School and Teen Program is an affiliate member of the Boys and Girls Clubs of America and offers a variety of program opportunities in life skills, leadership, citizenship and recreation to youth in 6th through 12th grades. Youth can meet with friends and participate in various games, tournaments, dances and trips. In addition, there are many special events and programs available throughout the year. MST participation is free and open to family members of active duty, retired military personnel, Department of Defense Civilians and DOD contractors.


Community Services

Childcare Religious Services

Religious Support Office Building 12010, Suite 314 3312 A Avenue Office: (804) 734-6494 Emergencies: (804) 734-1584 – Ask the on-call officer at the Installation Operations Center to contact the on-call duty chaplain Website: www.lee.army. mil/rso/chaplain.aspx Like us on Facebook: www.facebook. com/fortleereligousactivities

Memorial Chapel Building 10600 Sisisky Boulevard and Battle Drive Phone: (804) 734-0970/1552

Heritage Chapel Building 2607 Phone: (804) 734-3325 Sisisky Boulevard and C Avenue

A large and spacious permanent facility, Heritage Chapel, a Word Memorial Chapel is located at the corner of War II era structure, hosts the Sisisky Boulevard and Battle Drive, and serves Protestant Spanish services along as a hub for a variety of religious activities and with other religious programs. programs. Memorial Chapel hosts Roman Catholic and general Protestant services.

Ministry Team Liberty Chapel

Family Life Center

Building 9100 Corner of Mahone and C Avenues Phone: (804) 734-7322/7460

Building 10600 Sisisky Boulevard and Battle Drive

Liberty Chapel is the newest house of worship on Fort Lee and hosts the Protestant Gospel and 909 Contemporary Protestant services along with other religious programs.

Phone: (804) 734-0968/0165 The Family Life Center and its Family Life Chaplain provide pastoral family care and counseling to Soldiers and families.

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The Fort Lee Unit Ministry Team consists of chaplains, chaplain assistants, a religious education director, Department of the Army Civilians, contractors and numerous volunteers who are ready to assist you in your spiritual growth. Many opportunities exist for the free exercise of religion to strengthen the spiritual lives of Soldiers, family members, retirees and DOD Civilians in the Fort Lee community. There are three chapels located on post and a myriad of worship opportunities.


Religious Services Unit Chaplains Emergencies, ask for the on-call chaplain: (804) 734-1584 23rd Quartermaster Brigade Chaplain: 734-6814 244th QM Battalion Chaplain: 734-6102 262nd QM Bn. Chaplain: 734-7160 266th QM Bn. Chaplain: 734-6848 59th Ordnance Bde. Chaplain: 765-9912 16th OD Bn. Chaplain: 765-9295 832nd OD Bn. Chaplain: 734-8304 ALU Chaplain: 765-8009 Transportation School Chaplain: 734-8009 CASCOM Chaplain: 734-0033 Marine Chaplain (OD): 765-9912 Marine Chaplain (QM): 734-7160 Navy Chaplain: 734-6102 Air Force Chaplain: 734-6814

Visit Fort Lee Chaplain’s website

Protestant Services

Volunteers serve enthusiastically and are an invaluable part of the total ministry at Fort Lee. We encourage you to consider your gifts and talents and to invest them in spiritually rewarding experiences in our ministries at Fort Lee. To volunteer, call (804) 7341552/0232.

Collective Protestant at Memorial Chapel, Sunday, 10:15 a.m. Collective Protestant (Gospel) at Liberty Chapel, Sunday, 11 a.m. Collective Protestant (Spanish) at Heritage Chapel, Sunday, 11 a.m. Collective Protestant (Contemporary) at Liberty Chapel, Sunday, 9:09 a.m. Breakfast is Sunday at 8:30 a.m. Reload Ordnance Contemporary Worship Services, Ordnance Campus, Ordnance Resiliency Center, Sunday, 9 a.m.

Catholic Services Sunday Mass, Memorial Chapel, 9 a.m. Reconciliation at Memorial Chapel, Sunday, 8:15-8:40 a.m. or by appointment at (804) 734-1437. Weekday Mass in the Blessed Sacrament at Memorial Chapel, Monday-Thursday, noon. First Friday of the month, noon.

Other Services Spanish Bible Study at Memorial Chapel, Wednesday, 5:30 p.m. Jewish Services: Friday, 7:30 p.m., and Saturday, 10 a.m. For information on Jewish Services, contact Rabbi Beck-Berman at (804) 732-3968. Islamic Opportunities: Liberty Chapel, Friday, 1-2:30 p.m. For details, contact Mehboob Mushi, at (804) 734-5040 or (804) 926-1577. Church of Latter Day Saints: Spiritual Fitness Center, Sunday, 8:30-11 a.m. For details, call (720) 517-4446. Fort Lee Guidebook • 23

Community Services

Community Worship Schedule

Volunteers


Community Services

Religious Services Catholic Activities at Memorial Chapel Religious Education, Sunday, 10:3011:15 a.m. (September - May)

Catholic Women of the Chapel Meets every first Friday, 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., Memorial Chapel (September - May) CWOC Bible Study, Wednesday, 10-11:30 a.m., Memorial Chapel (September - May)

Religious Education Dinner and Discipleship, Wednesday at Memorial Chapel – 5:30 p.m. dinner, 6 p.m. classes. A free meal and small group studies are offered for the whole family. The classes are for Catholic and Protestant faiths for kindergartners - adults. Multiple studies available. Childcare is provided.

Protestant Activities at Memorial Chapel Sunday School: Sunday, 9:45-10:45 a.m. Protestant Men of the Chapel Prayer Breakfast, fourth Saturday of the month, 8-9:30 a.m. Youth Outreach: Monday, 5:45-8:30 p.m.

Protestant Activities at Liberty Chapel Sunday School, 3 years - adult, Spiritual, 10-10:50 a.m. Bible Study: Monday, 6:30-8 p.m. 909 Praise Band Rehearsal, Thursday, 7:30-9 p.m. Intercessory Prayer: Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. Men’s Chorus: Friday, 7 p.m. (previous to the 3rd and 5th Sunday of the month) Gospel Men’s Fellowship (1st Saturday) Protestant Women of the Chapel, Thursday, 9:15 a.m.

Protestant Activities at Heritage Chapel Hispanic Bilingual Sunday School: Sunday, 10:30 a.m.

Youth Outreach Ministry (Club Next) – Memorial Chapel Community Director (804) 734-0970 6th-8th Grade: Monday, 5:45-7 p.m. 9th-12th Grade: Monday, 7-8:30 p.m. 6th-12th Grade: Small Groups/ Bible Study, Wednesday, 6-7 p.m., with dinner at 5:30 p.m. Other Bible Studies 23rd Quartermaster Brigade: 2nd, 3rd and 4th Wednesday, 11:45-1 p.m., Liberty Chapel. Lunch provided. ALU Bible Study, Tuesday, 7 a.m., Room 341-B CASCOM Bible Study, Tuesday, noon, Room 2011. Lunch provided. Breakfast and Blessings, 3rd Thursday of each month, 8 a.m., 1st Logistics Memorial in front of CASCOM. Ordnance DFAC, Tuesday, 4:30-5:30 p.m. Pagan Study: Sunday, 12:30-1:30 p.m., Family Life Center, Room 37 Fort Lee Guidebook • 24


sGarrison ecivreS eSupport racdlihC

Building 9023 1231 Mahone Avenue Phone: (804) 734-6388 Fax: (804) 734-6383 Website: www.leemwr.com Fort Lee Army Community Service assists commanders in maintaining readiness of individuals, families and communities within America’s Army by developing, coordinating and delivering services that promote selfreliance, resiliency and stability during war and peace. ACS has innovative programming, strong community partnerships and is fully accredited. We promote and foster Army Community Service – Real-life Solutions for Successful Army Living. The office hours are Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Financial Readiness Program This program offers classes on checkbook management, money management and budgeting. Information is available on several other financially related topics of interest to military members and their families. Other classes are available upon request. Fort Lee Guidebook • 25

Army Family Action Plan AFAP is a process that allows military members, family members, Department of the Army Civilians and retirees to say what’s working and what isn’t, and what they think will fix it. All issues submitted are reviewed for immediate fixes while some will continue up the chain of command until resolved or determined unattainable.

Army Family Team Building Phone: (804) 734-7979 AFTB is an official Army training program that helps develop ready families and ready military members. This program contributes to unit and mission environment and community lifestyle by providing information, knowledge and skills vital to the readiness of the force. Living within the Army culture can be challenging, and AFTB will help individuals learn how to translate the military lingo, develop realistic expectations, and learn about military benefits and services available to Army Families.

Community Services

Army Community Service


Community Services

Legal Services Garrison Support Army Volunteer Corps The AVC program provides assistance in the recruitment, training and recognition of installation volunteers and maintains a bank of volunteer positions and events on the installation and in the local community. Volunteers play an integral role in the lives of service members and their families. Their assistance and teamwork on the installation allows Fort Lee to provide broader quality services. Within ACS, volunteers serve as instructors for Army Family Team Building, prepare welcome packets and lending kits for Relocation Readiness, and help with special events for the Exceptional Family Member Program, Installation Volunteer Program, Family Advocacy and Survivor Outreach Services. The AVC is always looking to recruit new volunteers and help them achieve their individual goals through service to the community.

Exceptional Family Member Program

Empowerment – Domestic Violence Program

EFMP is a mandatory enrollment support program that works with other military and civilian agencies to provide coordinated medical, educational, housing, community support and personnel services to Soldiers who have family members with special needs. This program provides medical and educational advocacy, system navigation for on- and off-post services, resource library services, support groups, training sessions and recreational events.

Empowerment services include safety planning, assistance in obtaining protective orders, coordination of emergency services and accompanying clients to court proceedings and other appointments. The victim advocate provides immediate support and addresses the expressed interest and safety of domestic violence victims.

Employment Readiness Program The Employment Readiness Program provides support services that help customers make informed decisions while seeking work. This program offers information and referral for local career opportunities, education, training, transition and volunteer positions to give family members the competitive edge needed to secure employment. The ACS Resource Room currently contains eight computer work stations with access to the Internet for use in job assistance, on- and off-post job announcements, employment resource materials, education and scholarship information, training videos and resume templates.

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Family Advocacy Program The mission of the Family Advocacy Program is to build healthy families, sustain strong communities and promote family readiness by providing comprehensive approaches to prevention, identification and intervention of child and spouse abuse in military families. A variety of classes are available upon request.

Survivor Outreach Services SOS represents the Army’s commitment to survivors of fallen military members. It provides survivors with benefits coordination, financial counseling and the long-term support counseling that is specific to the grief process. SOS also conducts outreach necessary to determine the diverse needs of all who are touched by the loss of a military member.


Community Garrison Support Army Emergency Relief Phone: (804)-734-7952/7954 AER offers emergency financial assistance to all Army personnel, active or retired, and their family members in the following categories: food, rent, required travel, utilities, essential car repairs, medical bills, funeral expenses and essential needs in the event that pay is lost or not received. The AER office is located inside the Soldier Support Center in Room 102.

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program

Information, Referral and Follow-Up This program is designed to link active duty personnel, retirees, civilians and family members with other military and civilian support agencies by providing accurate information about these organizations.

This program facilitates and maintains a family assistance system to support units, military members and families throughout predeployment, deployment and postdeployment. The Mobilization and Deployment Readiness Program offers the Pillow Case Project. It is intended to enhance and strengthen memories between military members and family members during times of deployment or separation by offering a free pillowcase with a photograph of their loved ones.

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The Relocation Readiness Program provides assistance to individuals and families in transition by maintaining current information on installations worldwide and operating a lending closet for temporary use of basic household items. This program also provides assistance with issues/ services such as housing, moving overseas, moving with pets, schools, pre-departure assistance, citizenship/ immigration, English as a second language classes, sponsorship training and services to multicultural families and support services to families who are living separately from the military and civilian sponsor because of mission requirements.

Community Services

This program is committed to supporting and caring for victims of sexual assault and to ensuring that victims and offenders are treated in accordance with Army policy. This program centers on prevention, immediate response and follow-up services.

Mobilization and Deployment Readiness

Relocation Readiness Program


Community Services

Legal Services Garrison Support Army Education Center Building 12400 700 Quarters Road Phone: (804) 765-3570 Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.; Thursday, 1-4:30 p.m. Website: www.lee.army.mil/hrd/army. continuing.education.system.aspx The Army Education Center’s mission at Fort Lee is to provide education opportunities that will enable all military personnel and family members to develop their maximum potential. The Fort Lee Army Education Center offers: education counseling (walk-in and appointments); Army Tuition Assistance for off-duty, voluntary education; testing services for Army Personnel Tests; DANTES tests; and Functional Academic Skills Training, a three-week on-duty course to improve basic skills in English and mathematics. Active duty personnel and adult family members are encouraged to visit with an Army Education Center counselor before enrolling in college programs to discuss their education goals. Active duty Soldiers should familiarize themselves with GoArmyEd to request tuition assistance and enroll in college courses. Soldiers should log onto www.GoArmyEd.com to create a record. GoArmyEd is the virtual gateway to request TA for classroom, distance learning and online college courses. College courses may be taken in the classroom, through distance learning, online or independent study. College offerings on Fort Lee are as follows: Central Michigan University, Central Texas College, Florida Institute of Technology, Old Dominion University, Saint Leo University, Troy University and Virginia State University. There are many colleges within a 35-mile radius of Fort Lee. They include

John Tyler Community College, Richard Bland College, Longwood University, Virginia Commonwealth University, University of Richmond, Strayer University, Bluefield College, J. Sargent Reynolds Community College, Averett University, University of Phoenix, and Bryant and Stratton College. Phone numbers for college reps are as follows:

on-post

• Central Michigan University: (804) 732-6082 • Central Texas College: (804) 765-3295 • Florida Institute of Technology: (804) 765-4665 • Old Dominion University: (804) 863-1670 • Saint Leo University: (804) 861-8039 • Virginia State University: (804) 765-3300

Multi-Use Learning Facility Building 6047 Phone: (804) 734-7634 Hours: Tuesday -Thursday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Fort Lee Guidebook • 28

Installation Retention Office Building 3400, Room 201 1401 B Ave. Phone: (804) 765-7004 The mission of retention personnel is to develop leaders, improve force alignment and impact Army endstrength. Specifically, they advise leaders and counsel Soldiers employing the four phases of the Army Career Counseling System to manage retention, force alignment, personnel attrition and Reserve Component transition. Career counselors serve as special staff advisers to commanders and command sergeants major on all matters relating to retention, reclassification, career development, separations and attrition management. Career counselors counsel, reenlist, reclassify or extend Soldiers in the active Army or transition separating Soldiers into the Reserve Components. Career counselors assist in achieving and maintaining force alignment through the retention or transfer of qualified Soldiers into critical skills and locations.


Soldier for Life – Transition Assistance Program

Directorate of Human Resources Building 3400 (Soldier Support Center) 1401 B Avenue Phone: (804) 734-7110 Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Website: www.lee.army.mil/hrd/human. resources.directorate.aspx

Building 3400, Room 126 Phone: (804) 734-6612 Hours: Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Website: www.lee.army.mil/hrd/sfl-tap/

Personnel Service Branch Building 3400, Room 103 Phone: (804) 734-6920 Website: www.lee.army.mil/hrd/personnel.service.branch.aspx ID Cards and Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS) Office Building 3400, Room 115 Phone: (804) 734-7394 or 734-7347 Walk-in hours: Tuesday and Thursday, 1-3:30 p.m. Appointment hours: Monday, Wednesday and Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.; Tuesday and Thursday, 8 a.m. - noon Website: www.lee.army.mil/hrd/id.cards.deers.aspx Appointments: https://rapids-appointments.dmdc.osd. mil//appointment/building.aspx?BuildingId=410

Military Orders Building 3400, Room 206 Phone: (804) 734-6365

Casualty Assistance Center Building 3400, Room 202 1401 B Avenue Phone: (804) 734-6606 Hours of Operation: Monday Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Fort Lee’s Casualty Assistance Center is the central point of action for an active duty service member’s death or injury, an active duty dependent’s death or the death of a military retiree. The Casualty Assistance staff coordinates next-of-kin notification, assigns casualty assistance officers and briefs surviving family members on their benefits. They also arrange military honors with funeral homes for Army – active duty Soldiers, retirees and veterans. Casualty Assistance is the primary point of contact for surviving spouses of retired and active service members who have benefit questions.

Soldier for Life – Retirement Services Office Building 3400, Room 107 Phone: (804) 734-6555/6973 Website: www.lee.army.mil/hrd/ retirement.services.office.aspx The Soldier for Life Retirement Services Office offers a wide range of services including pre-retirement counseling, benefit information, and benefit updates. It is a general point of contact for retirees and their family members for information and referral to other agencies. Fort Lee Guidebook • 29

Community Services

The ID Cards and DEERS office issues and renews identification cards for military members (active, retired and reservists), family members, DOD Civilians, and authorized contractors. Military members should update their DEERS record following reenlistment, retirement, marriage, divorce or the birth of a child. Required documents are listed on the website. Sponsors must accompany dependents unless they have the correct power of attorney documents.

The Soldier for Life – Transition Assistance Program is a comprehensive career-transition service offering a wide range of assistance for retiring or separating Soldiers, DA Civilians (affected by a reduction in force action), and eligible family members. Services include pre-separation counseling, benefits counseling, job search training, and access to numerous employer and job information databases.


Community Services

Garrison Support

Garrison Public Affairs Office Building 12010, Room 123 3312 A Avenue Main Line: (804) 734-7451 Command Information and Traveller Newspaper: (804) 734-7147 Community Relations: (804) 734-6893 Media Relations: (804) 734-6965 Fax: (804) 734-7488 Website: www.lee.army.mil/pao/ public.affairs.office.aspx Traveller Website: www. ftleetraveller.com

Follow us on Twitter: http:// twitter.com/ftleetraveller Like us on Facebook: www. facebook.com/armyfortlee The U.S. Army Garrison Fort Lee Public Affairs Office performs the garrison commander’s Community Relations, Media Relations and Command Information missions. It is the only Army agency on post authorized to speak to the media and issue press releases or advisories on behalf of the garrison commander.

Garrison Safety Office Building 12010, Suite 328 3312 A Avenue Director: (804) 765-3129 The Fort Lee Garrison Safety Office covers all safety-related issues. Safety materials are available upon request on topics such as risk management, motor vehicle safety, industrial safety, environmental hazards, heat and cold weather injury prevention, on/off duty accident prevention, child safety and more. The Safety Office also manages the following programs: Occupational Safety and Heath Administration inspections, ammunition and explosives safety, traffic safety, range safety, hazard communication, ergonomics, family and community safety, personal protective equipment, the Army Traffic Safety Training Program/motorcycle safety and safety awards. Safety is an individual responsibility. If you see a safety hazard, have a safety/occupational health concern or need assistance with your organization’s safety program, contact the Safety Office. Fort Lee Guidebook • 30

The types of support PAO provides to the community include media training, publicity of community/organizational events, press coverage of newsworthy activities, assistance with informational campaigns for Army observances and programs, social media and web content guidance, and crisis communication. The Command Information section oversees production of the installation’s weekly newspaper, the Traveller, which is distributed throughout post each Thursday. It also produces the annual Post Guide and Telephone Directory, and posts information on the digital sign at Sisisky Gate and the home page of the installation website. Community Relations functions as a liaison between Fort Lee and the surrounding communities. It coordinates requests for the Fort Lee Army Band, guest speakers, color guards and installation tours. Media Relations is the intermediary between the installation and local and national media. The staff initiates news releases, coordinates media visits to the post and administers the Hometown News Release Program.

Garrison Plans, Analysis and Integration Office Building 12010, Room 308 3312 A Avenue Phone: (804) 765-0968 Fax: (804) 765-0006 The Plans, Analysis, and Integration office provides oversight of assigned programs; conducts analytical reviews; monitors Army baseline standards; captures and enables implementation of best business practices; identifies, tracks, and orchestrates reporting of performance measures; and integrates and optimizes use of technology. This office is the garrison commander’s focal point for strategy and management planning for Fort Lee.


Garrison Support Equal Employment Opportunity Building 9028 1403 Mahone Avenue Phone: (804) 734-6835 Website: www.lee.army.mil/eeo/equal. employment.opportunity.aspx The Equal Employment Opportunity Office serves as the installation commander’s point of contact on all matters affecting the EEO climate on the installation. The mission includes serving as the commander’s primary advisor on EEO and affirmative employment matters. It also includes providing leadership and guidance in administering the Special Emphasis Programs and providing prevention of sexual harassment and EEO training for the workforce. The offices are located at 1403 Mahone Ave., between the Post Office and PXtra.

Building 1107 Phone: (804) 734-6436 Fort Lee Status Hotline: (804) 765-2679 The Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security provides support to Fort Lee in the areas of contingency planning, emergency management, force protection, antiterrorism awareness and response, mobilization planning and execution, training support, and personnel/information security. The Installation Operations Center is staffed around the clock, every day to include holidays, providing Installation Force Protection information and severe weather updates. It serves as the focal point for emergency operations. To contact the IOC, call (804) 734-1584 or e-mail: usarmy.lee.imcom.mbx.leee-leewatch@mail.mil. To reduce non-essential calls and call waiting during emergencies or periods of adverse weather, check the Fort Lee Website – www.lee.army. mil – or call the Fort Lee Status Hotline at (804) 765-2679 for operational information before attempting to call the IOC or the MP desk. In-processing personnel and those requiring security background investigations or fingerprints should contact their unit security manager. The directorate also manages the installation’s training ammunition program and the format schools program for military and civilians. Training on Fort Lee Ranges requires completion of the Range Certification Course. Contact Range Control at (804) for specific information.

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Equal Opportunity Office Building 9028, Suite C 1403 Mahone Avenue Phone: (804) 734-6601 The Combined Arms Support Command Fort Lee Equal Opportunity Office is the principle advisor to the CASCOM commanding general and includes the Quartermaster, Ordnance and Transportation organizations on Fort Lee. The Equal Opportunity Office processes formal EO complaints, coordinates ethnic observances, and assists with command climate surveys, sensing sessions and focus groups. The Equal Opportunity Office’s goal is to ensure fair treatment for military personnel and family members without regard to race, color, gender, religion, sexual orientation or national origin and promote an environment free from unlawful discrimination and offensive behavior.

Community Services

Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security


Community Services

Garrison Support

Directorate of Public Works

Recycling Center Behind AAFES and Commissary Parking Areas Phone: (804) 734-5023

Website: www.lee.army.mil/dpw/dpw.aspx Service Order Desk For all life-threatening emergencies, dial 911. For all minor general maintenance issues and maintenance emergencies dial (804) 451-1914. Service orders generally fit in the range of less than 30 hours of work and less than $2,500 in cost. Work Order Desk Submit all work requests and inquiries to usarmy. lee4283helpdesk@mail.mil. All work beyond a service order is requested using a DA Form 4283 Facilities Engineering Work Request. All work involving ground or facility component disturbances of U.S. Government Real Property requires a DPWapproved work request. Contact the owning unit’s facility manager for assistance with completing and submitting work requests. They have the necessary Customer Identification Code and Authorized Requestor signature authority. Environmental Management Division Building 6005 825 19th Street Phone: (804) 734-5014 Fax: (804) 734-3762

All recyclable materials need to be placed into the green 96-gal recycling collection containers provided in work and operational areas. Items accepted include: yard waste (in clear plastic bags), electronics (not on hand receipt) all glass, newspaper, all cardboard, office paper, all paper products, shredded paper, wood, plastic containers #1-5, rinsed metal food and beverage cans or all items made of metal.

Military Pay Office Building P-3400, Suite 122 Main Office: (804) 734-7487 PCS Travel Pay: (804) 734-7796 In/Out Processing: (804) 734-7794, in Soldier Support Center The Defense Military Pay Office (Fort Lee Branch) is a tenant organization closely linked to the garrison in support of Fort Lee’s missions. As an extension of DFAS, providing world class finance and accounting service for the military and defense agencies, the DMPO at Fort Lee provides military pay operations to Army active duty, reservists, and National Guard service members.

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Other Support American Red Cross

Fort Lee USO Center Building 4005 1611 B Avenue Phone: (804) 765-3045 Website: www.usohrcv.com Like us on Facebook: www. facebook.com/USOHRCV

The Fort Lee American Red Cross office hours are Monday Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.; unless a staff member is presenting a brief. The American Red Cross offers many volunteer opportunities within the Fort Lee community. Red Cross volunteers work at the Red Cross office, Kenner Army Health Clinic, Veterinary Clinic and at special events. To volunteer or learn more information about the services or programs offered, call (804) 765-3675 or 765-3670. The Fort Lee Red Cross office is solely dedicated to service for the armed forces. Such services include emergency communications, informational briefs, comfort kit items to veterans, and more. For disaster services, call the Southside Area Chapter at (804) 458-6007. Individuals interested in donating blood or seeking information about American Red Cross Blood Drives can call 1-800-REDCROSS or visit www.redcrossblood. org/make-donation. Registration and information on CPR, first aid and swimming classes at Fort Lee and in the surrounding areas is handled at a national level. Individuals interested in learning more can call 1-800-733-2767 or visit www.redcross.org/take-a-class. NOTE: Military members and their spouses needing to use the Red Cross’s emergency notification service should call the tollfree phone number.

Hours of operation are Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Other hours are by appointment only. Sunday, noon - 6 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday hours are for military training students only. All others may utilize the center during the week. All parties are required to have a valid military ID card. Open most federal holidays. The USO of Hampton Roads and Central Virginia opened a Fort Lee USO location in early 2011. The center offers information and referrals for military members and their families providing up-todate information about the local community. USO Family Outreach provides emergency assistance for travelers in need of lodging, transportation or food until appropriate military or community services are identified. The center offers Military Family Readiness Groups a place to host meetings and activities to better serve and inform the military community. The USO team also coordinate the holiday AdoptA-Soldier program.

Post Office Building 9030 1401 Mahone Ave. Fort Lee Branch: (804) 861-0539 National Toll Free: 1-800-275-8777 Website: www.usps.com The Fort Lee Post Office is located next to the PXtra. (Note: the official military post office entrance is located at the rear of the building.) In addition to the standard services like stamp sales, express mail and money orders, its staff is familiar with the many unique mailing needs of the military family. This is especially helpful for those mailing packages overseas. The Fort Lee Post Office is open Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. - 4:30. p.m. and Saturday, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Fort Lee Guidebook • 33

Community Services

Building 9028-A 1403 Mahone Avenue Fort Lee, Va. 23801 Phone: (804) 734-6371 24/7 Military Emergency Service Line: 1-877-272-7337 Website: www.redcross.org


Community Services

Childcare U.S. ArmyServices Museums

U.S. Army Quartermaster Museum

U.S. Army Women’s Museum

Building 5218 2220 A Avenue Phone: (804) 734-4203 Fax: (804) 734-4359 Website: www.qmmuseum.lee.army.mil

Building 5219 2100 A Avenue Phone: (804) 734-4327 Website: www.awm.lee.army.mil

Since 1957, the Quartermaster Museum has preserved the history and heritage of the U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps, the Army’s oldest logistical branch. For more than two centuries, Quartermaster Soldiers have fed, clothed and equipped the U.S. Army. The museum’s main mission is to collect, preserve, exhibit and interpret the history of the Quartermaster Corps from its birth in 1775 to the present. To this end, the museum has collected more than 23,000 artifacts and has assembled thousands of documents relating to Quartermaster Corps history. The museum receives more than 70,000 visitors a year, including more than 17,000 Quartermaster Soldiers who receive history training. The museum hours are: Monday - Friday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Saturday, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m., closed Sundays, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. Tours are available by calling the museum. The reference library and archives are available for researchers by appointment. Call (804) 734-4203.

The U.S. Army Women’s Museum serves as an educational institution, providing military history training and instruction to Soldiers, veterans and the military community. The museum has one of the most comprehensive and expansive collections in the world of primary and secondary documents pertaining to the history of U.S. Army women. The museum is the custodian and repository of artifacts and archival material pertaining to the service of women across all branches and organizations of the U.S. Army from inception to present day. The museum collects, preserves, manages and interprets, and exhibits these unique artifacts as a means to provide training and educational outreach. The museum operates Monday-Saturday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., in support of its Soldier training mission; and the gallery is open to the public Tuesday-Friday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The museum is closed on Sundays and Mondays and all federal holidays.

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FMWR Family and MWR Headquarters Building 12010 3312 A Avenue, Suite 110 Main Office: (804) 734-7195 Financial Management Office: (804) 734-7184 Website: www.leemwr.com The Fort Lee community has access to a number of leisure activities and facilities both on- and off-post. Among the Family and MWR activities located on the installation are dining, fitness centers, live theater productions, bowling, golf and a skate park.

Regimental Community Center Building 2609 C Avenue Office/Catering: (804) 765-1539 Fax: (804) 765-2054 The Regimental Community Center offers a wide variety of entertainment and events throughout the year. Lunch is served Wednesday - Thursday, 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. Catering services are available for parties, weddings and other functions.

The Hideaway Building 15013 5th Street Phone: (804) 765-1539 The HideAway, located off 5th Street beside Outdoor Recreation, is reminiscent of a rustic mountain-top bar with a modern twist. Watch sports action on any of its six flat-screen TVs. Karaoke and dance music is offered on a variety of nights. For the hours of operation, visit www.leemwr.com.

Sustainers’ Pub

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Building 9009 Battle Drive Main Office: (804) 734-7547 Catering/Manager: (804) 734-7541 The Lee Club, located near the intersection of Mahone Avenue and Battle Drive, provides a country club atmosphere for patrons. Whether it’s a huge, formal reception or an intimate party with friends, the Lee Club offers the venue (and menu) to meet every social occasion. Holiday brunch events are offered as well. The administrative office is open Tuesday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

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Located inside Fort Lee Lodging 2301 Mahone Avenue Phone: (804) 765-1539 The Sustainers’ Pub features flat screen televisions, drink specials, weekly trivia nights and much more. The pub is open to the entire Fort Lee community. The hours of operation vary based on scheduled activities. For further details, visit www.leemwr.com.

The Lee Club


FMWR Picture Perfect Frame Shop Building 9024 1321 Battle Drive Phone: (804) 734-6137

Auto Crafts

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Building 9035 Behind the Bowling Center off Battle Drive Phone: (804) 734-6859 With vehicle lifts, bay space and tools, this facility allows patrons to perform minor vehicle repairs. The self-help facility has a trained instructor on duty to provide automobile repair assistance. Patrons may use tools to assist with repairs while on the premises. Short- and long-term vehicle storage also is available. Hours of operation: Wednesday - Friday, noon - 8 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.; Closed Mondays and Tuesdays.

Sports Office Building 4320 C Avenue and 19th Street Phone: (804) 765-3053 The Sports Office provides many competitive opportunities for Fort Lee community members; from traditional activities like golf, basketball and softball to high-adrenaline sports like reball, a variation of paintball with re-useable pellets. The Intramural Sports program caters to a wide array of participants from AllArmy hopefuls to recreational athletes.

Battle Drive Pool Mahone Avenue, behind the Lee Club Phone: (804) 734-6198 The Battle Drive Pool offers recreational swimming for the Fort Lee community. With depths of 3-10 feet, the pool features two boards, which provide a platform for diving and jumping, as well as a water slide to entertain the young and young-at-heart. The pool offers swimming lessons to children. Users must purchase a pool pass to access the Battle Drive facility. Pool passes are sold in Building 9024 (next to the Bowling Alley). Fort Lee Guidebook • 36

The Picture Perfect framing facility is the ideal place to have all prints, needlepoint pieces, puzzles and certificates matted and framed. The staff offers professional service for those who prefer to have the work done for them. Customers who prefer to do it themselves can take classes to learn the basics of picture framing. Additionally, numerous arts and crafts classes are offered during various times of the year to include card club, acrylic and digital scrapbooking. Hours of operation are: Monday and Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.; closed Saturday, Sunday and holidays.

Leisure Travel Services Building, 3650, Inside the Warrior Zone Phone: (804) 765-3789/3783 The Fort Lee Leisure Travel Service Office is located in the Warrior Zone near the corner of Mahone and C Avenues. The full-service Family and MWR leisure travel agency specializes in a wide range of individual and family entertainment options including tickets to amusement parks, local and national attractions, vacation packages, cruises and hotel reservations. LTS will assist military and DoD Civilians in obtaining discounts for leisure travel and can accommodate travel arrangements for the civilian community. Hours of operation are Monday Friday, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m., with limited hours on Saturdays from May to September. Fall hours are subject to change.


Lee Playhouse Theater Group Building 4300 Mahone Avenue Phone: (804) 734-6629 The award-winning Lee Playhouse Theater Group has become one of the most active performance troupes in the area, offering three program styles to meet the various entertainment and cultural desires of the community. The main-stage season produces Broadway musicals, comedies and dramas. Evening and matinee performances are open to the public. Season tickets are offered at the beginning of the main-stage season guaranteeing great seating for a year of fine entertainment. The Playhouse also produces KidKapers, live theater for children by children. Offering a little song-and-dance and a few laughs, these shows delight audiences both young and old. KidKapers tickets are sold at the box office just prior to the show and are priced at $5. Participation is the essential ingredient in the Lee Playhouse Theater Group operation. Military, family members, Department of Defense Civilians and their spouses and those in the surrounding communities are invited to audition. No stage experience is necessary. Help is always needed behind the scenes (lighting, sound, props, costumes), and with audience management as well.

Bowling Center Building 9040 Battle Drive Phone: (804) 734-6860 Fax: (804) 734-6872 Action City Grille: (804) 734-6861 www.leemwr.com

Equipment Rental Center Building 15014 5th Street Phone: (804) 765-2212 The center rents a variety of items like bikes, camping equipment, cookers, coolers, dunk booths, canopies, etc. to help create successful outings. For help with summer yard work, residents can rent lawn mowers and weed eaters. The Rental Center oversees an outdoor archery range, pavilion with picnic tables, skeet/trap ranges, volleyball, horseshoes, softball fields and batting cages. In addition, the center has a mobile rockclimbing wall and bounce houses available for special event rentals. Hours of operation are: Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Saturday, 8:30 a.m. - noon; and closed on Sunday and holidays. Fort Lee Guidebook • 37

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The Fort Lee Bowling Center is a smoke-free facility offering 24 lanes with automated bumpers, a full-service Pro Shop and the Action City Grille. The Grille features a wide variety of food choices and an assortment of beer and wine coolers. The perfect location for birthday parties and group outings, the staff

will design an event to remember for the young and the not-so-young. Custom menus are available. Glow N’ Motion bowling is offered Saturday and Sunday, 6 p.m. - close. Fall/Winter leagues begin in September and Summer leagues begin in June. A free Youth Bowling league competes every Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m. Want to improve your scores? Instruction is available by a former PBA professional with PBC-advanced-school certification.


FMWR Cardinal Golf Club

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Building 11810 A Avenue Pro Shop: (804) 734-2899 Snack Bar: (804) 734-2892 The Cardinal Golf Course features a 27-hole championship layout with three distinct nine-hole routings. The facility has a fully-stocked pro shop, a driving range, putting green and lockers. Golf lessons also are available from a golf professional for a fee. For tee time reservations, call (804) 734-2899 beginning at 6:30 a.m. Tee times also may be booked online at leemwr.com. The first available tee times vary with the different seasons. For an explanation of how the tee time priority system works, call the golf shop. The course is open to active-duty and retired military, DoD Civilians, federal government employees, family members and their guests and honorably discharged veterans from all branches of service. The course is open dawn to dusk, seven days a week. The Pro Shop and driving range are open from 7 a.m. - dusk. The Birds Nest Snack Bar is open daily. Hours of operation are weekdays, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., and weekends/holidays, 6:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. (including breakfast service) during daylight savings time. The snack bar closes one hour earlier each day during standard time.

Fort Lee Community Library Building 12420, 2nd Floor 34th Street Phone: (804) 765-8095 The Community Library supports the recreational, educational and mission needs of Fort Lee. Collections include books, magazines, videos, music CDs, audio books and video games. Library orientation, inter-library loan and reference services are provided on request. A computer network offers Internet service, electronic resources and e-books. Programs include a weekly preschool story hour, monthly Read2Rover for all ages and the annual Summer Reading Program. The Community Library is open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Tuesday, 8 a.m. - 7 p.m.; and Saturday, noon - 5 p.m.. The facility is closed Sundays and holidays.

Interim ALU Exercise Facility Building 12507 Quarters Road Phone: (804) 765-0695 This temporary facility provides individuals on the Army Logistics University Campus with weight training and cardio equipment. A permanent facility will be constructed in the future. Hours of operation are Monday - Friday, 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. Closed on Saturday, Sunday and holidays.

Interim Ordnance Exercise Facility Building 18070 EOD Lane Ordnance Campus Phone: (804) 734-8637 This temporary facility provides individuals on the Ordnance Campus with weight training and cardio equipment. A permanent facility will be constructed in the future. Hours of operation are Monday - Friday, 5-9 a.m. and 11 a.m. - 8 p.m.; and Saturday - Sunday, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. It is closed on holidays.

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Strength Performance Center Building 6008 16th Street (804) 734-5979 The Strength Performance Center contains 40,000 square feet of fitness space and includes many functional fitness areas. It also features newly renovated male and female locker rooms and saunas. Highlights include: 3,000 square feed area for weighted sled pulls, tire flips, agility ladders and circuit training. Additional features include TRX Suspension Training, Elite Racks and virtual fitness. Hours of operation are Monday Friday, 5-8 a.m.

Outdoor Recreation Building 15014 5th Street Phone: (804) 765-2212/2210

Clark Fitness Center Building 2414 C Avenue and 9th Street Phone: (804) 765-3636 Fax: (804) 765-3638 www.leemwr.com Clark Fitness Center features the following: a free weight training room; a machine room with Nautilus; treadmills and cross-trainers; three racquetball courts; two full basketball courts; full locker rooms with saunas for men and women; and equipment checkout. This fitness center also offers a spacious gymnasium for basketball, volleyball and other indoor sports. Appointments are available Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m., with the fitness center’s certified fitness trainers by calling (804) 734-7069. Fitness programs also are available for free, ranging from general cardio/strength training to weight management classes.

Warrior Zone

Building 4320 C Avenue and 19th Street Phone: (804) 765-3070 Fax: (804) 765-3061 www.leemwr.com

Building 3650 C Avenue Phone: (804) 765-3058 www.leemwr.com.

MacLaughlin Fitness Center features the following: a free weight training room; a machine room with Nautilus, treadmills and cross-trainers; two full basketball courts; full locker rooms with saunas; equipment checkout; and a gymnasium for basketball, volleyball and other indoor physical conditioning activities. Hours of operation are Monday - Friday 5 a.m. - 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.; Saturdays and Sundays and holidays 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.

The Warrior Zone is open weekends for advanced individual training Soldiers. Free use of video games, pool tables, dart boards and more is available. Special events are scheduled throughout the year.

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Dog Park Battle Drive, behind the Fort Lee Bowling Center Phone: (804) 895-2528 The Fort Lee Dog Park is an off-leash area for dogs within the Fort Lee community. The park is open sunrise to sunset. The new Pet Wash is located next to the Dog Park.

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MacLaughlin Fitness Center

The Fort Lee Outdoor Recreation Center offers a variety of activities and programs from trap/skeet, archery and weapons ranges to hunting and chartered fishing trips. The ranges are open year-round; however, the hours of operation for each are subject to change due to military training or inclement weather. Additionally, Outdoor Recreation offers water-skiing lessons and various other instructional classes. Authorized patrons eligible to utilize the ranges are active duty and retired military, and DoD/DA Civilians. Outdoor Recreation is open Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Saturdays, 8:30 a.m. - noon; and closed Sunday and holidays.


Shopping and Dining

Fort Lee Commissary Phone: (804) 765-2254 Store Director: (804) 765-1485 Store Administrator: (804) 765-2266 Website: www.commissaries.com The DeCA mission is to deliver a vital service of the military benefit system. The Commissary sells grocery items at cost, giving military families better quality of life and improving readiness. The Fort Lee store’s hours of operation are: Monday: Closed Tuesday: 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. Wednesday: 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. Thursday: 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. Friday: 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. Saturday: 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. Sunday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Shops and Food

Early bird shopping is authorized Tuesday - Saturday, 8:30-9 a.m., and Sunday, 9:30-10 a.m. with self checkout only. A commissary representative is available for assistance. A Click2Go shopping service also is available. Read more about it on the commissary website.

PXtra Troop Store Building 9025 Battle Drive and Mahone Avenue Phone: (804) 862-3763 The PXtra is located across the street from Williams Stadium. Its hours are Monday - Saturday, 7 a.m. - 8 p.m.; and Sunday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. The Troop Store inside the PXtra offers a wide variety of convenience and food items, stationery, music, household goods, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. The Customer Service Desk offers Western Union Telegraph Service (incoming and outgoing).

Main Exchange Phone: (804) 861-5970/5971 The Army and Air Force Exchange Service operates the Main Exchange located in the Community Shopping Center, building 1605, 300 A Ave., near the Sisisky Avenue Gate. The store offers clothing and shoes, jewelry, gifts, music, health and beauty aids and more. Hours of operation are Monday - Saturday, 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.; and Sunday, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

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Army and Air Force Exchange Service Building 9025 1431 Mahone Avenue Website: www.shopmyexchange.com General Manager: (804) 861-4329 Human Resources: (804) 861-3037 Services & Vending: (804) 861-5585 The Exchange offers a variety of retail facilities at Fort Lee: two shopping malls, an Express shoppette and gas station with a Firestone Service Store, two Troop Stores, and a Military Clothing Sales Service Store. The Exchange has a variety of food choices for customers to choose from: Arby’s, Charlie’s Steakery, Manchu Wok, Subway, Starbucks, Pizza Hut, Burger King, Froots, Einstein Bagels and Popeye’s Chicken. Included in the AAFES Fort Lee Exchange network are remote locations at the Charlottesville JAG School, Fort Pickett, and the Defense Supply Center, Richmond/Bellwood. 


Pizza Hut Building 9025 Battle Drive and Mahone Avenue Phone: (804) 861-0130 The AAFES-operated Pizza Hut is open Monday - Friday, 11 a.m. 9 p.m. for dine-in guests. Delivery is available until 10 p.m. Sunday Thursday and until midnight Friday and Saturday.

Burger King Building 4305 Mahone Avenue Phone: (804) 733-3839 The AAFES-operated Burger King is open Monday - Friday, 6:30 a.m. - 8 p.m. Weekend hours are Saturdays, 8 a.m. - 7 p.m., and Sunday, 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. 

Express/Popeye’s Chicken/Firestone Siskisky Boulevard and A Avenue Express Phone: (804) 861-8081 Popeye’s Chicken Phone: (804) 861-3916 Firestone Phone: (804) 722-0172

The food court at the Main Exchange offers Manchu Wok, Charley’s Steakery, Arby’s and Subway. A Starbucks is located on the south side of the building. You will find Popeyes Chicken at the Express Shoppette Complex. At the PXtra you can find Pizza Hut and Froots, a healthy option food and drink concession. In the Army Logistics University, you can choose from Subway or Einstein Bagels. There also is a coffee shop at the Kenner Army Health Clinic.

Concession Operations Phone: (804) 861-5585 The Exchange offers several concession operations at the Main Exchange. They include a Barber and Beauty Shop, GNC, Cellular Phone Sales and Service, Optical Shop, Optometry Clinic, Phone Accessories, UPS, and Brigade Quartermaster. At the PXtra, concession operations include a Barber Shop, Laundry and Dry Cleaning, Computer Repair, Car Rental, Brigade Quartermaster, Cell Phone Repair, Beauty Supply and Beauty Salon. In addition, inside the PXtra is a GameStop Store offering new and used video games. For a full listing of concessions at Fort Lee AAFES facilities, visit www.shopmyexchange.com/ exchange-stores and enter 23801 for the zip code.

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Building 5105 Lee and B Avenues Phone: (804) 765-3312 Like us on Facebook: www. facebook.com/fortleethriftshop The Fort Lee Thrift Shop is a non-profit organization run by the Fort Lee Area Spouses’ Club. The shop is open Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:30 a.m. - 2 p.m., and Thursdays from 4:30 - 7 p.m. The shop is closed on Monday, Tuesday, Saturday, Sunday and all holidays. All profits go back into the Fort Lee community to support Soldiers and families. Donations each year are given to worthy local and military affiliated causes including scholarships for military dependents, Holiday Helper Association, Army Emergency Relief, American Red Cross, Boy and Girl Scouts, the Fisher House and many others. The Fort Lee Thrift Shop is a great place to find household items, clothing, toys, uniforms, small furniture, electronics, books and much more. Items for consigning must be brought in during consignment hours: Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:30-11:45 a.m. and Thursdays, 4:30-6:30 p.m. Only 10 clothing items may be consigned per family per day. The limit for other items is 20 per day. Only those with valid military or DOD/DA identification may consign items, but all are welcome to shop. A donation bin is located in front of the building for customer convenience and volunteers are always welcome.

Military Clothing & Sales Building 9025 Battle Drive and Mahone Avenue Phone: (804) 862-3763 The Military Clothing Store is located inside of the Troop Store at the PXtra. Authorized customers can purchase uniform and TA-50 items, special order dress uniforms, and many commercial items Soldiers find useful in the field. MCS is open Tuesday Saturday, 8 a.m. - 7 p.m., and Sunday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. The store is closed on Monday. Stripes, the Alterations Shop, is located inside the PXtra, next to the clothing sales store. Hours are Tuesday - Saturday, 9 a.m. - 7 p.m., and Sunday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. The store is closed on Monday.

Shops and Food

This facility offers 24-hour gas pump access. Class VI items are located inside the Express. Hours of Operation are Monday - Thursday, 6 a.m. - 8 p.m.; Friday, 6 a.m. - 9 p.m.; Saturday, 8 a.m. - 9 p.m.; and Sunday, 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Popeye’s Chicken offers drivethru and dine-in services. Hours of Operation: Monday - Thursday, 10 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.; Friday, 10 a.m. - 9 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. - 9 p.m.; and Sunday, 10 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. Firestone is a six-bay facility offering a variety of automotive services including new tire sales, batteries, oil changes, brake service and Virginia State inspections. Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday, 6 a.m. - 6 p.m.; Saturday 6 a.m. - 5 p.m.; and closed on Sundays. While you’re at the Express Complex, visit the automatic car wash that offers a variety of packages.

Food Court and Eateries

Fort Lee Thrift Shop


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Childcare Commands Services & Organizations

Combined Arms Support Command, Sustainment Center of Excellence The Army’s Sustainment Think Tank Building 5020 2221 A Avenue Phone: (804) 734-1542 After duty hours: (804) 765-7425/7424 Website: www.cascom.army.mil Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/pao.CASCOM The Combined Arms Support Command’s mission is to train, educate and grow adaptive sustainment professionals as well as develop and integrate innovative Army and Joint sustainment capabilities, concepts and doctrine to enable Unified Land Operations. The command’s adaptive character and culture helps ensure our Army remains the nation’s force to win in a complex world. CASCOM is a multifunctional organization and oversees Army initial military training, organizational design, materiel, combat, leader and doctrine development for logistics and personnel services support. CASCOM integrates the Army’s legal, religious support, health-services support and operational contract support with their proponents, as required. The Army’s Sustainment Think Tank and premier learning institution, CASCOM, trains 36 percent of the Army’s enlisted military occupational careers, 40 percent of warrant officer specialties and nearly 78,000 civilian sustainers. The command

also supports training for almost 400 international students from 79 countries. The command consists of the headquarters staff, the Quartermaster, Ordnance (with the Defense Ammunition Center) and Transportation schools; the Soldier Support Institute (with four schools and an academy); and the Army Logistics University (with three colleges and an academy). The DAC, located at McAlester Army Ammunition Plant, Okla., is the Department of Defense’s focal point for ammunition expertise. SSI is located at Fort Jackson, S.C., and oversees the School of Music, the Adjutant General School, the Finance School and the School of Music. ALU incorporates the College of Professional and Continuing Education, Technical Logistics College, Logistics Leader College and the largest Noncommissioned Officer’s Academy in the Army. With over 480 sustainment courses – nearly 100 are joint-service instructional programs – that train more than 223,000 troops – including about 39,000 joint and foreign service members – a year at 53 training locations in 39 states and two territories, CASCOM provides gamechanging sustainment capabilities to meet the needs of our agile, flexible and technologically advanced Army. Support Starts Here!

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Army Logistics University Building 12420 562 Quarters Road Phone: (804) 765-8440/8441 Website: www.alu.army.mil The Army Logistics University provides premier logistics leader development for noncommissioned officers, warrant officers and officers. In addition, the ALU prepares both military and civilian logisticians for leader and operator positions throughout the Army, joint and multinational communities.

logistician lieutenants in their basic branch functions of quartermasters, transportation and ordnance. Captains return for the Combined Logistics Captains Career Course, and lieutenant colonels and colonels will come to the LLC for pre-command courses preparing them for multifunctional sustainment commands. Logistics Noncommissioned Officer Academy Phone: (804) 765-8042/8040

Warrant Officer Basic and Advanced Courses for quartermaster, ordnance and transportation warrant officers. Logistics warrant officers will remain the Army’s subject matter experts in the technical aspects of their respective logistics fields. Army Sustainment Magazine Phone: (804) 765-4761/4755 Publishes bimonthly issues of Army Sustainment, the official Army professional bulletin on logistics, and maintains the Army Sustainment web site. Army Sustainment disseminates timely, authoritative information on Army and defense sustainment plans, programs, policies, operations, procedures and doctrine for the benefit of all Army personnel. Army Sustainment provides a forum for sustainers to express original, creative and innovative thoughts about sustainment practices and experiences.

Logistics Leader College

Technical Logistics College

Phone: (804) 765-8031/0830

Phone: (804) 765-4543/0030

Phone: (804) 765-8440/8841

The Logistics Leader College is the Army’s multifunctional logistics educator/trainer for officer professional military education. LLC trains the Army’s active duty

The Technical Logistics College is the executive agent for logistics training of all common core warrant officer training. The TLC develops, designs and implements the common-core elements of the

The 71st Transportation Battalion provides administrative, logistical and leadership support to the students, staff and faculty of the Army Logistics University.

Phone: (804) 765-4991/4553

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71st Transportation Battalion

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The College of Continuing and Professional Education provides a broad spectrum of specialized education and training for civilians and officers in logistics, operation research and acquisition, along with widely recognized training for government contract officers’ representatives.

The Logistics Noncommissioned Officer Academy has the mission to prepare staff sergeants and sergeants first class for their duties as senior noncommissioned officers in logistics formations throughout the Department of Defense and in support of Allied Nation Forces in the quartermaster, ordnance and transportation fields. The NCOA also conducts multifunctional logistics education for NCOs who will ultimately serve in multifunctional positions.

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U.S. Army Quartermaster School

The QMS serves as the focal point for the development of Quartermaster doctrine, training, leader development, organizations and materiel requirements needed throughout the force structure. Nine enlisted specialties, five warrant officer specialties and three officer specialties are trained at Fort Lee. QMS is a part of the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, headquartered at Fort Eustis. The school trains students in the areas of supply, culinary, petroleum, water, field services and mortuary affairs. Today, the school has a staff of more than 900 military and civilian personnel. In its resident programs, the QMS will train more than 25,000 military and civilian personnel annually.

23rd Quartermaster Brigade

Building 3327 1410 B Avenue Phone: (804) 734-4644 After duty hours: (804) 734-5647 Fax: (804) 734-4513 Website: www.quartermaster.army. The U.S. Army Quartermaster School is the headquarters of the mil/23rdbde/23rd_brigade.html Quartermaster Corps and the regimental home of all Quartermasters. More than 121,000 active Army, Army Reserve, and National Guard Soldiers The 23rd Quartermaster Brigade provides throughout the world are affiliated with the QMS. support for advanced individual training The primary mission of the QMS is to provide Quartermaster proponent Soldiers. training and professional development to military personnel of the active The average brigade student strength is Army and reserve components, members of other branches of the armed 4,500 military members who are undergoing forces, civilians and personnel of allied countries. training in nine Military Occupational The resident and non-resident training provided by this institution is Specialties, two warrant officer training focused on the Quartermaster functions necessary to sustain the armed forces programs, international students, the QM in peacetime and at war. Officer Basic Course and the brigade cadre.

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Building 5020 Phone: (804) 734-3683 Fax: (804) 734-3174 Website: www.quartermaster.army.mil

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U.S. Army Ordnance School Building 5020 2221 A Avenue Phone: (804) 765-7365 Fax: (804) 765-7337 Website: www.goordnance.army.mil Under the leadership of the Chief of Ordnance, the U.S. Army Ordnance School serves as the focal point for the development of organizations and material requirements needed throughout the force structure. The mission of the Ordnance School is to train Ordnance Soldiers and leaders in technical skills, values, common tasks and the Warrior Ethos. It supports development of capabilities across doctrine, organization, training, materiel, leadership, personnel and facilities supporting core competencies and the Army’s mission.

The Office of the Chief of Ordnance is located at the Combined Arms Support Command headquarters. The Ordnance School facilities are located on the more than 300 acre Home of Ordnance Campus between Route 36 and Temple Avenue adjacent to Fort Lee’s main gate. The state-of-the-art campus is dedicated to training all ranks of Ordnance Soldiers and civilians. The Ordnance Corps maintains its commitment to the lifecycle sustainment of the Army’s materiel from the cradle to the grave, providing ammunition and protecting the Army’s forces through Explosive Ordnance Disposal operations. Today, Ordnance Soldiers represent 33 military occupational specialties totaling more than 113,000 men and women serving on active duty or with the Army National Guard or Army Reserve. The Ordnance Branch is one of the oldest of the U.S. Army with duties and responsibilities of the profession dating back to the colonial era. In recent years, the Ordnance Corps has supported operations in Grenada, Panama, Operation Desert Shield/ Storm and provided a full spectrum of maintenance, ammunition and Explosive Ordnance Disposal support to operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. For more than 200 years, the Ordnance Corps has dedicated itself to the mission of support to the line, on the line and on time!

59th Ordnance Brigade Building 18018 Brigade Loop Phone: (804) 765-9476 The mission of the 59th Ordnance Brigade is to complete the soldierization process for advanced individual training Soldiers, enforce high standards of training and discipline and produce Soldiers of character who are physically fit, technically and tactically competent, highly disciplined and have a warrior spirit.

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U.S. Army Transportation School Building 5020 2221 A Avenue Phone: (804) 765-7444

Commands, Tenants & Organizations

Under the leadership of the Chief of Transportation, the U.S. Army Transportation Corps serves as the spearhead for the development of Transportation doctrine, training, leader development, organizations and material requirements needed throughout the force structure. The mission of the Transportation School is to train the Army

Transportation Corps Soldiers and civilians and develop its leaders; support training in units; develop deployment and movement doctrine; establish applicable standards; and guide the Army’s future Transportation capability. The School’s mission also includes coordinating Joint Transportation management, planning procedures and technical skills for members of all uniformed services, including the military of Allied nations. The Transportation School conducts

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training at three Installations: Motor Transport Operators are trained at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.; Cargo Specialists (88H), Maritime enlisted and warrant officers, and Rail are trained at Fort Eustis; and Transportation Management Coordinators, Mobility Warrant Officers are trained at Fort Lee.


U.S. Marine Corps Detachment Building 9302 2001 31st Street Phone: (804) 734-7720/7945

U.S. Army Garrison, Fort Lee Headquarters (IMCOM)

The U.S. Marine Detachment Fort Lee develops, supports, manages and provides resident, entry, intermediate and career individual skill level, standardsbased training for the following USMC Military Occupation Specialties: Food Service, Bulk Fuel, Air Delivery, Personnel Retrieval and Processing, Ordnance Maintenance, Metal Working, and Ammunition technician.

U.S. Navy Center for Service Support Learning Site Building 12010 3312 A Avenue Phone: (804) 734-7188 After duty hours: (804) 734-1584 Website: www.lee.army.mil Like us on Facebook: www. facebook.com/ArmyFortLee Follow us on Twitter: http:// twitter.com/ArmyFortLee The U.S. Army Garrison, Fort Lee manages the multitude of installation functions and services that keep the U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command and the Fort Lee community operating so that organizations and activities may concentrate on their primary missions. The garrison staff offices are committed to providing essential base operations support and services to the Fort Lee community, and providing

quality of life support to all Fort Lee personnel, their families and to retired service members, and their families who live in the surrounding area. The garrison consists of a command element, the Directorates of Emergency Services; Public Works; Logistics; Human Resources/ Adjutant General; Information Management; Family and MWR; and Plans, Training, Mobilization & Security. Special staffs that function under USAG are the Installation Chaplain, Equal Employment Opportunity, Public Affairs, Garrison Resource Management, Installation Safety Office, Plans Analysis and Integration, the Internal Review and Audit Compliance Office, and the Fort Lee 392nd Army Band.

2011 Mahone Avenue Phone: (804) 765-4180 Fax: (804) 765-4190 Website: www.mepcom.army.mil/meps/fortlee/index.html

The Fort Lee Military Entrance Processing Station is one of a network of 65 MEPS located nationwide and in Puerto Rico. The U.S. Military Entrance Processing Command is the vital link between recruiting and training today’s armed forces. . Fort Lee Guidebook • 47

The Navy’s Learning Site at Fort Lee provides Sailors in Logistics the necessary knowledge and skills to support the Fleet’s war-fighting mission.

U.S. Air Force Detachment Building 4200 1630 B Avenue Phone: (804) 765-1853 The 345th Training Squadron, an element of the 345th Training Group, 37th Training Wing, from Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, is responsible for Air Force Specialty Code training for Airmen in the services and certain transportation career fields.

11th Transportation Battalion 54th QM Company: (804) 734-6936 111th QM Company: (804) 734-6869 Fort Lee’s two mortuary affairs companies fall under the 11th Transportation Battalion from Fort Story. These units are the only two active duty mortuary affairs units in the Army.

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Military Entrance Processing Station

Building 4200 1630 B Avenue Phone: (804) 765-7705/7704


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Air Force Lt. Gen. Wendy Masiello, director, Defense Contract Management Agency

Defense Contract Management Agency Building 10500 3901 A Avenue Phone: (804) 734-1492 Website: www.dcma.mil The Defense Contract Management Agency is the DoD component that works directly with defense suppliers to help ensure DoD, federal and allied government supplies and services are delivered on time, at projected cost and meet all

Defense Commissary Agency Building P-11200 1300 E Avenue Website: www.commissaries.com Phone: (804) 734-8000 (callers directed to dial the 5 digit extension of the DeCA staffer they are contacting) The Defense Commissary Agency operates a worldwide chain of nearly 240 commissaries in 13 countries providing groceries to military personnel, retirees

performance requirements. DCMA directly contributes to the military readiness of the United States and its allies and helps preserve the nation’s freedom. Across the globe, DCMA has around 12,000 civilian and military professionals who serve as “information brokers” and in-plant representatives for military, federal and allied government buying agencies – both during the initial stages of the acquisition cycle and throughout the life of the resulting contracts. DCMA work efforts support approximately 20,000 contractors and 345,000 active contracts with an unliquidated obligated valued at $215 billion at over 1,000 global locations.

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the costs of building new commissaries and modernizing existing ones. A valued part of military pay and benefits, commissaries contribute to family readiness, enhance the quality of life for America’s military and their families, and help recruit and retain the best and brightest men and women to serve their country. For more information, visit www. commissaries.com, where a wealth of detailed information is available regarding the agency and each of its stores around the world.


100 Years of Lee

The First Camp Lee Within weeks after the United States declared war on Germany in the spring of 1917, the War Department acquired a vast tract of farmland in Prince George County, Virginia (between Petersburg and Hopewell) for the purpose of building one of 32 military cantonments. Construction of Camp Lee began in June. By September, more than 1,500 buildings and over 15 miles of on-post roads had been completed. Soon, members of the 80th “Blue Ridge” Division – made up of troops from Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia – began arriving for training. Before long, Camp Lee became one of the largest “cities” in Virginia. More than 60,000 doughboys trained here prior to their departure for the Western Front and fighting in France and Germany. Included among the many facilities here was a large camp hospital situated on 58 acres of land. One of the more trying times for the hospital staff was when the worldwide influenza epidemic reached Camp Lee in the fall of 1918. An estimated 10,000 Soldiers were stricken by flu. Nearly 700 of them died in the course of a couple of weeks. Camp Lee continued to function as an out-processing center throughout 1919-‘20 following the first world war. In 1921, the camp was formally closed and its buildings were torn down, all save one – the so-called “White House.” During the war, this two-story frame structure served as 80th Division Headquarters and as temporary residence for its Commander, Major General Adelbert Cronkhite. Years later it became known as the “Davis House” in honor of the family that lived there in the 1930s and 40s. Except for the Davis House (which is still in use today) and

a handful of overgrown military trenches, there are no other visible signs of all the training and other activities that took place here during World War I. During the interwar years, the property reverted to the Commonwealth of Virginia and was used mainly as a game preserve. The only evidence of persons in uniform was the Civilian Conservation Corps camp that opened at nearby Petersburg National Battlefield in the 1930’s-era Great Depression.

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100 Years of Lee The Post-World War II Era

The Second Camp Lee With storm clouds again rising in Europe, Congress approved the call-up of nearly 300,000 Guardsmen and Reservists in late August 1940. In September, the U.S. government passed a Selective Service Act that allowed the drafting of up to 900,000 more men for a year. And in October, the War Department issued orders for the rebuilding of Camp Lee on the same site as before. Overnight, the area became a beehive of activity as thousands of civilian laborers swarmed into the Petersburg-Hopewell area and began building at a furious pace. Even before the first barracks were constructed, raw recruits for the Quartermaster Replacement Training Center moved into tents in the heart of Camp Lee to begin training. In October 1941 (two months before Pearl Harbor) the Quartermaster School moved from Philadelphia to Camp Lee to begin training officers and noncommissioned officers in the art of military supply and service. Over the course of the war, Camp Lee’s population continued to mushroom until it became, in effect, the third largest “city” in Virginia, after Norfolk and Richmond. More than 50,000 officers attended Quartermaster Officer Candidate School. Over 300,000 Quartermaster Soldiers trained here during the war. There was a Regional Hospital with scores of pavilions and literally miles of interlocking corridors capable of housing more than 2,000 patients at a time. Here too was located the Army Services Forces Training Center, the Quartermaster (Research and Development) Board, a large contingent of Women’s Army Corps Soldiers and, for a while, a prisoner of war camp and the Medical Replacement Training Center. Camp Lee enjoyed a reputation as one of the most effective and best-run military installations in the country. Following V-J Day in 1945 troop strength rapidly decreased, but Camp Lee continued to serve as the major Quartermaster field installation and as an out-processing center for those leaving the military.

Unlike the military infrastructure drawdown after World War I, there was no immediate decision to dismantle the second Camp Lee. The Quartermaster School continued operation and, in 1947, the Adjutant General’s School moved here as well (where it remained until 1951). The Women’s Army Corps likewise established its premier Training Center here from 1948 to 1954. Also in 1948, the first permanent brick and mortar structure – the Post Theater – was constructed. On April 15, 1950, the War Department reached the critical decision to keep Camp Lee as a permanent facility, and it was renamed Fort Lee. At nearly the same time, the Quartermaster School picked up the “supply by sky” mission from the Infantry School at Fort Benning and that led to the first airborne rigger training program at Fort Lee. Then, in June 1950, the war broke out in Korea. Once again, the installation quickly sprang to life as tens of thousands of Soldiers arrived between 1950 and 1953 to receive logistics training for what would later be called the “Forgotten War.” The 1950s and ‘60s witnessed almost nonstop modernization efforts as, one by one, Fort Lee’s temporary wooden barracks, training facilities and housing units gave way to permanent brick and cinderblock structures. New multi-storied barracks were built in the mid-‘50s, along with whole communities of Capehart housing for permanent party. The new three-story Quartermaster School Classroom Building, Mifflin Hall, was dedicated in May 1961. Kenner Army Hospital opened in 1962, replacing the remnants of the old WWII-era facility; and the privately-funded Quartermaster Museum opened its doors in 1963. Some years have seen far more change than others, but the overall process of modernization has continued ever since. The rapid logistics buildup in Vietnam after 1965 signaled an urgent need for many more Quartermaster Soldiers. Fort Lee responded by going into overdrive. For a time, the school maintained three shifts and round-the-clock training. A Quartermaster Officer Candidate School opened in 1966, for the first time since World War II. A mock Vietnamese “village” was created on post to familiarize trainees with guerrilla tactics and the conditions they could expect while fighting in the jungles of Southeast Asia. Part of the sixtiesera Quartermaster training program also saw the first widespread local use of automated data processing equipment.

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100 Years of Lee Fort Lee at the Turn of the BRAC 2005 and the Future Century of Fort Lee As Vietnam – “America’s longest war” – wound down in the early- to mid-1970s, the Army went through a period of reorganization. It introduced new doctrine, weapons and equipment and unveiled new training and leader development techniques. In 1973, the Continental Army Command headquarters at Fort Monroe was replaced by the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command. Here at Fort Lee, the U.S. Army Logistics Center was created to serve as an “integrating organization” for the Quartermaster, Transportation, Ordnance, and Missile and Munitions centers and schools. All of the traditional combat service support branches were functioning here. There was a post reorganization and realignment in 1990. The Logistics Center, which heretofore had been a tenant activity, was redesignated the U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command. Its senior officer would serve as the installation commander as well. Two historical forces in particular left their mark on the shape and direction of Fort Lee at the dawn of the 21st Century: first, the Army’s increased involvement in contingency type operations at home and abroad; and second, events surrounding the aftermath of 9/11, the 2001 terrorist attacks on the Pentagon and New York’s World Trade Center. Fort Lee has frequently been the site of tailored logistics training, immediate processing and rapid deployment of specialized logistics units and personnel – for operations such as Just Cause, Desert Storm, Restore Hope and many others. That process continues to the present with Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan) and Operation New Dawn – the follow-up stability mission that began when the U.S. ended its Operation Iraqi Freedom combat mission in September 2010. Also in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Fort Lee, like all other military installations across the country, has had to institute new policies and procedures to help protect against any future acts of terrorism. A new fence was erected to completely enclose the fort. The main gates no longer go unmanned. Protective barriers have been placed around key buildings. And now, all newly constructed facilities must abide by DOD and Homeland Security rules and regulations aimed at averting another 9/11 type disaster.

The long-term physical improvements that proceeded at a steady pace at Fort Lee over the last half century received a major boost when Congress passed Base Realignment and Closure legislation in 2005. The installation was given an important new mission – establish a Sustainment Center of Excellence that would serve as a focused training base for military supply, services, maintenance, munitions and transportation. The decision ignited a whole new building boom as the fort had to prepare for the arrival of the U.S. Army Ordnance Center and School from Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., and the headquarters of the U.S. Army Transportation Center and School from Fort Eustis, Va. Also incoming was the Air Force and Navy Culinary Schools and the Defense Contract Management Agency. As a result of the combined BRAC construction projects completed in 2011, the installation has acquired 6.5 million square feet of new facilities. The average daily population has risen to more than 26,000 community members. About 70,000 troops are now being trained at Fort Lee each year. Already proud of its illustrious past, Fort Lee is looking forward to a brilliant future as the third largest training organization in the Army. About 35 percent of the force will pass through its schools each year, and its overarching mission is already being hailed as the “lifeblood of Army logistics.”

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1. Bull Dental Clinic, bldg. 8024.................................A-3......734-9607 2. Firestation No. 1..................................................... B-2......734-7037 3. Firestation No. 2..................................................... C-1......734-7037 4. Firestation No. 3..................................................... B-4......734-6101 5. Kenner Army Health Clinic, bldg. 8130...................A-3......734-9000 Appointment Line: 1 (866) 533-5242 6. Law Enforcement Office, bldg. 8526....................... B-3......734-7400 7. Troop Medical Clinic 1............................................ B-3......734-6093 8. Mosier Troop Medical Clinic...................................A-1......734-5445 Dental...............................................................................734-5454 9. Army Community Service, bldg. 9023..................... B-2......734-6388 10. Army Lodging........................................................A-4......733-4100 11. Army Logistics University, bldg. 12420.................A-4......765-8440 Fort Lee Community Library..............................................765-8095 12. Army Wellness Center, bldg. 9205....................... B-3......734-9925 13. Defense Commissary Agency, bldg. P-11200....... B-5......734-8000 14. Defense Contract Mgmt Agency, bldg. 10500...... C-4......734-0000 15. Duke’s Welcome Center, 500 Lee Avenue............A-2......734-7438 Visitor Control Center.......................................................734-4593 16. Civilian Personnel Advisory Ctr., bldg. 12400.......A-4......765-4580 Education Center..............................................................765-3570 17. Fort Lee Federal Credit Union, bldg. 8025............ B-4......452-0736 18. Garrison Headquarters, bldg. 12010..................... B-4......734-7188 Family and MWR..............................................................734-7195 Installation Safety Office..................................................765-3130 Public Affairs Office..........................................................734-7451 Religious Support Office...................................................734-6494 19. Heritage Chapel, bldg. 2607................................. C-2......734-3378 20. Liberty Chapel, bldg. 9100.................................... B-3......734-7322 21. Memorial Chapel, bldg. 10600............................. C-4......734-0970 22. Staff Judge Advocate, bldg. 1108........................D-1......765-1500 23. Post Office, bldg. 9030.......................................... B-3......861-0539 24. Recycle Center...................................................... C-1 25. Soldier Support Center, bldg. 3400 . ................... B-2

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24-Hour Sign In.................................................................765-7606 Army Career and Alumni Program....................................734-6612 Housing.............................................................................765-1597 ID Cards............................................................................734-7347 In-processing (permanent)................................................734-7752 In-processing (student).....................................................734-7771 Military Pay......................................................................734-6360 Weapon Registration.......................................................734-7436 26. Stray Animal Facility, bldg. 11027........................ B-5......652-5979 27. Sun Trust Bank, bldg. 4307................................... B-3......451-2262 28. Sustainment Center of Excellence, bldg. 5020.....A-2......765-7425 29. Tax Center (seasonal)............................................ B-2......734-5732 30. U.S. Army Quartermaster Museum, bldg. 5218...A-2......734-4203 31. U.S. Army Women’s Museum, bldg. 5219............A-2......734-4327 32. Veterinary Services, bldg. 11025.......................... B-5......734-2446 33. AAFES Burger King, bldg. 4309............................ B-2......733-3839 34. AAFES Post Exchange, bldg. 1605........................ C-1......861-5970 Beauty Salon ...................................................................861-0965 Optometry.........................................................................733-8274 Vision Center....................................................................733-7385 35. AAFES Pxtra, bldg. 9025....................................... B-3......862-3763 Barber Shop......................................................................861-6060 Military Clothing Sales Store...........................................862-3763 Pizza Hut...........................................................................861-0130 36. AAFES Express...................................................... C-1......861-8081 Firestone...........................................................................722-0172 Popeyes............................................................................861-3916 37. AAFES Troop Store Ordnance...............................A-1......732-6862 38. Auto Crafts Shop................................................... B-3......734-6859 39. Birds Nest Snack Bar, bldg. 11810........................ C-5......734-2892 40. Bowling Center, bldg. 9040................................... B-3......734-6860 Action City Grille..............................................................734-6861 41. Child, Youth School Services Campus..................D-3 Battle Drive CDC, bldg. 10620..........................................734-2884

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Multi-Program CDC, bldg. 10622.....................................734-2933 Parent Central Services, bldg. 10624...............................765-3852 School Age Center, bldg. 10605.......................................765-3763 Sisisky Drive CDC, bldg. 10624........................................734-1093 Yorktown Drive CDC, bldg. 10610....................................765-3765 Youth Center, bldg. 10619................................................734-2870 42. Commissary, bldg. 1600........................................ C-1......765-2254 43. HideAway Club, bldg. 15013.................................D-2......765-1539 44. Holiday Helper Headquarters............................... B-3......305-7599 45. Jackson Circle Community Center........................A-2......733-7884 46. Lee Club, bldg. 9009............................................. B-3 Catering............................................................................734-7541 Overtime Sports Bar.........................................................734-7547 47. Lee Theater, bldg. 4300......................................... B-3......734-6629 48. Picture Perfect Frame Shop, bldg. 9024............... B-3..... 734-6137 49. Regimental Club, bldg. 2609................................. C-2......765-1539 Event Planning..................................................................765-1539 50. Sisisky Community Center....................................D-3......733-1558 51. USO Center........................................................... B-2......765-3045 52. Warrior Zone......................................................... B-2......765-3058 Leisure Travel Services.....................................................765-3789 53. Adventure Park...................................................... B-2......765-3058 54. Battle Drive Pool................................................... B-3......734-6198 55. Cardinal Golf Course, bldg. 11810........................ C-5......734-2899 56. Clark Fitness Center, bldg. 2414........................... C-2......765-3636 57. MacLaughlin Fitness Center, bldg. 4320............... B-3......765-3070 Sports Office.....................................................................734-6067 58. Outdoor Recreation, bldg. 15014..........................D-2......765-2212 59. Paintball Field.......................................................D-2......765-2212 60. Splash Park Jackson Circle . ................................A-2 61. Splash Park Sisisky Community Center................D-3 62. Strength Performance Center, bldg. 6008............ B-2......734-5979 63. Trap, Skeet and Archery Range.............................D-2......765-2212 64. Williams Stadium................................................. B-3

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UNIT DIRECTORY Fort Lee Garrison directorates and offices...................................................... 50 Kenner Army Health Clinic............................................................................ 52 CASCOM........................................................................................................ 52 Army Logistics University......................................................................... 53 71st Transportation Battalion.................................................................. 54 Ordnance Corps & School.......................................................................... 54 59th Ordnance Brigade............................................................................ 54 Quartermaster Corps and School................................................................ 55 23rd Quartermaster Brigade.................................................................... 56 Transportation Corps and School............................................................... 56 Air Force Detachment..................................................................................... 57 Marine Corps Detachment.............................................................................. 57 Navy Detachment............................................................................................ 57 Tenant Organizations...................................................................................... 57

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Military Commands - Area Code 804 COMMAND AND ORGANIZATIONAL LISTINGS U.S. ARMY GARRISON, IMCOM Garrison Commander Deputy Command Sergeant Major Executive Officer

734-7188 734-7188 734-7244 734-7978

DIRECTORATE OF EMERGENCY SERVICES (DES) Director 734-1376 Sergeant Major 765-1370 Admin Officer 765-1376 Fort Lee Police Station Emergency (Police/Fire/EMS) 911 Police Desk 734-7400/765-3822 Provost Marshal Office Provost Marshal 734-7587 Deputy PM/Chief of Police (DACP) 734-7402 Provost Sergeant 734-7587 Operations Officer 734-6503 Asst. Operations Officer 734-6478/6610 PMO Admin 734-6406 Military Working Dogs 734-1099 Investigations 734-6672 Traffic Section 734-7432 Game Warden 734-4213 AWOL Apprehension 734-6293 Physical Security 734-7438 Weapon Registration 734-5058/4593 Training Officer 765-3234 Desk/Communications 734-7400 Desk Supervisor 734-7424 Evidence Custodian 734-6481 217th Military Police Detachment Commander 734-7742 First Sergeant 734-7797 Admin/PAC 734-7867 Fire/EMS Division Emergencies 911 Fire Chief 734-7918 Deputy Fire Chief 765-3698 Assistant Chief - Operations 734-6041/7950 Assistant Chief - Fire Prevention 734-6597 Assistant Chief - Training 765-3990 Assistant Chief - Emergency Medical Services 765-3967 Station Chief - Station 2 734-7037 Station Chief - Station 3 734-6101 Fire Prevention Office 765-3973/3827 Admin Officer 734-7635

Supply Officer Station 1 Main Station 2 Main Station 3 Main

765-1313 734-7020 765-1272 734-6134

DIRECTORATE OF FAMILY AND MWR Director 734-7195 Army Community Service 734-6388 Army Emergency Relief 734-7954 Army Family Team Building 734-7979 Army Volunteer Corps 734-7827 Employment Readiness Program 734-7738 Exceptional Family Member Program 734-6393 Family Advocacy Program 734-7585 Financial Readiness Program 734-7952 Information, Referral, and Follow-up Program 734-6475 Mobilization and Deployment Program 734-6648 New Parent Support Program 734-6505 Relocation Assistance Program 734-7589 Survivor Outreach Services Coordinator 734-6445 Survivor Outreach Services Financial Counselor 734-6446 Domestic Abuse/Empowerment Program 734-6459 Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Program 734-6459 Auto Crafts 734-6859 Battle Drive Pool 734-6198 BOSS 734-6824 Bowling Center 734-6860 Cardinal Golf Club 734-2899 Child, Youth and School Services 765-3848 Central Registration 765-3852 Child Development Center Battle Drive 734-2884 Child Development Center Multi-Program 734-2933 Child Development Center Sisisky 734-1091 Child Development Center Yorktown 765-3765 Family Child Care 765-3850/3787 School Age Care 765-3763 School Liaison Officer 765-3813 SKIES 734-0612 Youth Center 734-2870/2871 Youth Sports 734-5364 Clubs Hideaway 765-1539 Lee Club 734-7547 Regimental Club 765-1539 Commercial Solicitation 734-7195 Community Library 765-8095 Financial Management Office 734-7184

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Fitness Centers ALU Fitness Facility Clark Fitness Center MacLaughlin Fitness Center Ordnance Fitness Facility Strength Fitness Center Lee Playhouse Leisure Travel Service Lodging Marketing Outdoor Recreation Picture Perfect Frame Shop Special Events Ticket Sales

765-0695 765-3636 765-3070 734-8637 734-5313 734-6629 765-3789 733-4100 734-7180 765-2212 734-6137 765-3176 765-3789

DIRECTORATE OF HUMAN RESOURCES Office of the Director 734-7110 Army Continuing Education Services 765-3570 Army Substance Abuse Clinic 734-9601 Army Substance Abuse Program 734-9180 Employee Assistance Program 734-9693 Congressional Inquiries Coordinator 765-7615 Contracting Officer Representative 734-6911 Garrison Civilian Wellness Program 734-7758 Passport Office 765-7615 Records Management/FOIA/PA 734-7534/765-3204 Total Army Sponsorship Program 734-7841/7279/6911 Contractor Project Manager 734-6927 Family Travel 734-7773 ID Cards/DEERS 734-7347/7347 In-processing 734-7089 Mail Management 734-6975 Out-processing 734-7784 Personnel Automation Branch 734-6863 Personnel Reassignments 734-7781/6365 Personnel Service Branch 734-6920 Retirement Services Office 734-6973 Soldier for Life – Retirement Services Office 734-6555/6973 Soldier for Life – Transition Assistance Program 734-6612 Student Officer Records 734-6974 Student Services Division 734-8993/7766 Transition Center 734-7790 Army Education Center Receptionist 765-3570 Multi-Use Learning Facility 734-7634 Colleges: Central Michigan University 732-6082 Central Texas College 765-3295 Florida Institute of Technology 765-4665 Saint Leo University 861-8039 VA State University 765-3300 Old Dominion University 863-1670

DIRECTORATE OF PLANS, TRAINING, MOBILIZATION & SECURITY Director 734-6436 Administrative Officer 734-6436 Plans and Operations 765-1238 Anti-Terrorism 734-1575 Force Protection 765-2680 Ceremonies/Special Events 734-1584 Mobilizations and Deployment Support 734-1584 Installation Operations Center 734-1584 Installation Security Officer 734-6412 Industrial Security 734-6416 Information Security 734-1569 Personnel Security 734-6411 Background Check Administrator 765-3842 Visual Information Manager 734-7323 Photography 734-7327 Training Division 765-3667 Range Control 765-2613 Training Support Center 734-4515 TASC Loan/Return 734-2825/0157 Simulations Center 734-4617 EST2000 Scheduling 734-3536/4342/0168 RVTT Scheduling 734-3218/3536 DIRECTORATE OF PUBLIC WORKS DPW Director 734-5019 Director’s Office Admin 734-4015 Business Ops & Integration Div 734-5016 Engineering Division 734-5059 DPW Engineering Services Branch 734-5046 Job Order Contract Branch 734-4506 Master Planning Division 734-5039 Environmental Management Division 734-5014 Air Quality/Asbestos/Mold/Lead 734-5123/765-7546 Compliance 734-3772 Conservation 734-5080 Cultural Resources Management 734-4434-765-7026 Installation Pest Management 765-7994 Solid Waste/Recycling/MIEMS 734-3766 Hazardous Waste Facility 734-3811/765-7996 Hazardous Material Control Center (HMCC) 734-5243/5244 Regional Archaeological Curation Facility 734-4434/4436 Operations Division 734-5140 Service Order Desk 451-1914 Energy Management Control Room 734-3627 Installation Energy Management 734-4100 Facility Structure Branch 734-5086 Quality Assurance Branch Hotline 734-4920 Quality Assurance Branch 734-4765 RCI Liaison Office 734-3371/765-1976 Housing Services Office 765-1597

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Fort Lee Family Housing Unaccompanied Personnel Housing

733-1558 765-3862

392ND ARMY BAND AT FORT LEE Commander First Sergeant Band Operations Training Resources Management & Logistics Human Resources Security

734-4317 734-4320 734-4323 734-4321 734-4371 734-4351 734-4685

CHAPLAIN’S OFFICE Command/Garrison Chaplain Deputy Garrison Chaplain Chaplain Resource Manager Religious Support Assistant Pastoral Care Chaplain Catholic Pastor Religious Education Office Family Life Chaplain Emergencies, ask for the on-call chaplain 23rd Quartermaster Brigade Chaplain 244th QM Battalion Chaplain 262nd QM Bn. Chaplain 266th QM Bn. Chaplain 59th Ordnance Bde. Chaplain 16th OD Bn. Chaplain 832nd OD Bn. Chaplain Army Logistics University Chaplain Transportation School Chaplain CASCOM Chaplain Marine Chaplain (Ordnance) Marine Chaplain (Quartermaster) Navy Chaplain Air Force Chaplain

734-6494 734-6490 734-6493 765-3024 734-1437 734-1437 734-6483 734-0165 734-1584 734-6814 734-6102 734-7160 765-6848 734-9912 765-9295 734-8304 765-8009 765-8009 734-0033 765-9912 734-7160 734-6102 734-6814

CIVILIAN PERSONNEL ADVISORY CENTER Director Labor/Employee Relations Supervisor Schools Team Support Team Personnel Systems Manager HR Officer Non-Appropriated Funds

765-4580 765-4588 765-4586 765-0838 765-0634 765-0173

CONTRACTING DIVISION (MICC) Director Deputy Division Chief Admin Support Government Purchase Card (GPC) Purchasing Request Status

734-4608 765-7581 734-4985 734-4586 734-3045 734-4800/4594

Small Business Program

734-4586

DEFENSE MILITARY PAY OFFICE Director 734-6969 Deputy 734-7799 Administration 734-7917 Customer Service 734-7487/7930/6360/7287 In/Out Processing 734-7794/7911 Travel 734-7796 Separation/Retirement 734-7931/7868 Reserve Pay 734-7792/7105 MOB/DEMOB Processing 734-7792 EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY OFFICE (CIVILIAN) EEO Director 734-6835 EEO Specialist 734-6668 EEO Specialist 734-6664 EEO Specialist (Intern) 765-6666 Fax 734-6669 EQUAL OPPORTUNITY OFFICE (MILITARY) CASCOM 59th Ordnance Brigade 23rd Quartermaster Brigade Army Logistics University/Transportation School

734-6498 734-6497 734-6583 734-6498

INSPECTOR GENERAL Inspector General

765-1550

INTERNAL REVIEW AND AUDIT COMPLIANCE OFFICE Chief Auditors

734-0047 734-0045/0048

PLANS, ANALYSIS, AND INTEGRATION OFFICE Director 765-0968 Management Analysis Branch 765-4822 Planning Integration Branch 765-0635 PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICE Main Number Public Affairs Director Command Information Community Relations Media Relations Traveller Newspaper

734-7451 734-6862 734-7147 734-6893 734-6965 734-7147

RESOURCE MANAGEMENT OFFICE RM Officer Program and Budget Chief Manpower and Agreements Chief

734-1058 765-0774 734-1055

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Contract Management Support Officer Cost Analyst & GFEBS Garrison GTCC Program Coordinator SAFETY OFFICE, GARRISON Safety Director Safety Specialists Accident Reporting Army Traffic Safety Program HAZMAT/Community Safety Ergonomics; CDSO Course Indoor Air Quality Control Construction Safety Radiation; Ammunition Safety

734-1060 765-0561 734-6451

765-3129 765-3127 765-3127 765-3122 765-3129 765-3122 765-3122 765-3124

OFFICE OF THE STAFF JUDGE ADVOCATE Staff Judge Advocate 765-1514 Client Services Division 765-1500 Civil Law Division 765-1528 Claims Division 765-1522 Administrative Law 765-1533 Military Justice 765-1506/1527 Tax Center Assistance 734-5732/5733 U.S. Army Trial Defense Service 765-2290 KENNER ARMY HEALTH CLINIC, U.S. ARMY MEDICAL COMMAND Appointment Access and Readiness Contact Center 1-866-533-5242 Nurse Advice Line 1-800-TRICARE; option 1 Enrollment, claims 1-877-874-2273 Information Desk 734-9000 After Hours Care 1-800-874-2273, choose Option 1 Medical Company commander 734-9370 Medical Company first sergeant 734-9591 Patient Advocate 734-9512/267-0338 Health Benefit Advisors 734-9447/9448 HIPAA Privacy Officer 734-9197 Referral Management 734-2273 PCMH Nurse Case Management 734-9536/9690 Behavioral Health Case Management 734-9949/9713 Substance Use Disorders Clinical Care 734-9480 Active Duty Claims 734-9450 Active Duty Clinic 734-9057 Active Duty Clinic Physical Exams 734-9649/9231 Active Duty Clinic Immunizations 734-9162 Army Wellness Center 734-9925 Behavioral Health Appointments (permanent party) 734-9623/9143 Behavioral Health Appointments (AIT) 734-9143 Dermatology 734-9993 Exceptional Family Member Program Clinic 734-9130

Family Advocacy Program 734-9152 Family Medicine Clinic 734-9993 Family Medicine Clinic Immunizations 734-9327 Health Promotions 734-9249 Industrial Hygiene 734-9846 Wilkerson Pediatric Clinic 734-9125 Pediatric Nurse Line 734-9153 Pediatric Immunizations 734-9176 Public Health 734-9249 Radiology 734-9118 Laboratory Services 734-9101 Eagle Eye Clinic (Optometry) 734-9253 Occupational Health 734-9159 Orthopedic Clinic 734-9226 Pharmacy 734-9137 Pharmacy Refills 734-9535 Medical Records (Main Clinic) 734-92839285 Soldiers’ MEB Counsel 734-9096 Medical Records (Troop Medical Clinic 1) 734-9088 Release of Information 734-9508/9078 Medical Evaluation Board (IDES) 734-9299-9319 Fitness for Duty Requests 734-9706 Patient Affairs Desk (LOD’s/CON LV) 734-9299 Soldier Readiness Clinic Appointment Line 765-9546/9583 Medical Management Center 734-9546 Physical Therapy 734-9200 Social Work Services 734-9152 Environmental Health 734-9652/765-7203 Industrial Hygiene 734-9846 Troop Medical Clinic 1 734-6093/6474 Mosier Consolidated Medical Clinic 734-5445/5448 Mosier Consolidated TMC Medical Records 734-5314/5309 Colonel Bull Dental Clinic Appointments 734-9607/9608 Mosier Dental Clinic 734-5365/5454 Veterinary Services Appointments 734-2446 Public Affairs Office 734-9086/9186 COMBINED ARMS SUPPORT COMMAND (CASCOM) SUSTAINMENT CENTER OF EXCELLENCE COMMAND GROUP Commanding General 734-1542 Deputy to the Commanding General 734-1540 Chief Warrant Officer 734-0095 Command Sergeant Major 734-1358 Chief of Staff 734-1683 Deputy Chief of Staff 734-1683 Command Historian 734-0082 Secretary of the General Staff 734-1599/1616 Command Planning Group 734-1902/2412 Logistics Proponency Branch  734-1710/0315 Executive Operations 734-3687/0783 Public Affairs 765-7197/7191

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Safety Equal Opportunity R2C Staff Judge Advocate Inspector General Knowledge Management Office CLCMO ALT-IO G1 765-7015/734-0310 G4 765-7305/7252 G6 734-4356/765-1610 IT Helpdesk CASCOM/SCoE Staff Duty Officer

734-1688 734-6601/6497 734-0571/2728 765-1514/1510 765-1550/3103 765-8038/8045 765-0618/0981 734-1611/0093

734-4211 765-7425

CASCOM USAR/ARNG OFFICE DCG, ARNG CoS, ARNG ARNG SGM DCG, USAR CoS, USAR USAR SGM Command Chief, Reserve Affairs

734-0246 734-0246 765-7027 734-2465 734-2465 734-0244 734-1155

HHC, CASCOM Commander First Sergeant HR/Admin

734-0182 734-0181 734-0184

FOREIGN LIAISON OFFICES French Army Liaison Office German Army Liaison Office UK Army Liaison Office ROK Army Liaison Office

734-1644 734-2410 734-2309 765-0676

G3/5/7 Director Deputy Sergeant Major Executive Officer Director, Training Development Deputy QM Division OD Division TC Division Training & Technology Director, Trg & Doctrine Integration Deputy Lessons Learned Quality Assurance

765-2695 765-1458 765-1473 765-2695 765-1471 765-1885 765-1425 765-1130 734-1442 765-1455 765-0588 765-1007 765-1019 765-0684

Systems Integration Division Collective Training Division Doctrine Division Director, Ops, Plans & Strategies Deputy Plans & Strategies Div. Operations

765-1206 765-2229 734-0036 765-0302 765-7176 734-0459 765-7465

G8/DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Director Assistant Director Program, Analysis and Eval Division Managerial Accounting Division Management and Manpower Div Budget Division

765-0578 765-0657 765-0584 765-0716 765-0606 765-0560

CAPABILITIES, DEVELOPMENT & INTEGRATION DIRECTORATE Director Deputy Sgt. Maj. Secretary C, FSI Division

734-1681 765-7423 734-1475 734-1681 734-7428

PROGRAM INTEGRATION OFFICE Director

734-0305

ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS DIRECTORATE/TRADOC CAPABILITY MANAGER-SUSTAINMENT MC Director 734-0023 Deputy 734-1207 TCM 734-0283 Deputy TCM 734-2992 Executive Officer 734-1182 C Prgm Integration Branch 734-0284 FORCE DEVELOPMENT DIRECTORATE Director Deputy Executive Officer Multifunctional Division Transportation Division Quartermaster Division Ordnance Division Secretary

734-0297 734-0306 734-1973 734-2385 734-1082 734-1040 734-0307 734-0264

MATERIAL SYSTEMS DIRECTORATE Director Deputy Adjutant

734-0034 734-0030 734-7356

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OD Materiel Division Integrated Logistic System Division Future System Integration Division QM Materiel Division Soldier System Division TC Materiel Division Secretary

734-1800 734-1143 734-1119 734-1133 734-1133 734-1342 734-1891

SUSTAINMENT BATTLE LAB Director Deputy Cap & Concept Division EAST Division

734-0006 734-2795 734-0039 734-2628

TRADOC CAPABILITY MANAGERTRANSPORTATION Director Deputy, TMV Deputy, AWS

765-7256 765-7266 765-7263

TRADOC CAPABILITY MANAGER – OPERATIONAL CONTRACT SUPPORT Director Deputy

734-2045 765-7421

TRADOC CAPABILITY MANAGER – EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL Director Deputy SGM 734-0982 RETENTION OFFICE Command Career Counselor Retention Operations NCO Fort Lee Separates Career Counselor Reserve Component Career Counselor Ordnance School Career Counselor Quartermaster School Career Counselor Transportation School Career Counselor U.S. ARMY LOGISTICS UNIVERSITY President Commandant/Military Deputy Civilian Deputy Executive Officer Main ALU Phone (Staff Duty) ALU Library Army Sustainment Magazine Editor Article Submissions

765-7377 765-2104

765-7004 765-7006 734-6302 765-7993 765-9378/9377 734-6886/7124 734-6302

765-8006 765-8005 765-8005 765-8004 765-8440/8441 765-8170/8171 765-4755 765-4761

Dean, Education & Operations Dean 765-4609 Administrative Assistant 765-4610 Chief of Education 765-4732 Registrar’s Office 765-4120 Chief, Staff & Faculty 765-4917 Chief of Operations 765-0097 Plans, Programs & Operations 765-0089 International Military Student Office 765-8150/8151 Visual Information Services (TASC) Graphics 765-4143 Audiovisual 765-4004 Logistics Leader College Dean 765-8031 Administrative Assistant 765-8031 Applied Logistics Studies Dept 765-8302/8300 Basic Officer Leadership Dept 765-8224/8200 Captain Career Training Dept 765-8403/8400 College of Professional & Continuing Education Dean 765-4553 Administrative Assistant 765-4991 School of Advanced Studies 765-4256 School of Continuing Education 765-4809 Technical Logistics College Dean 765-0030 Administrative Assistant 765-4543 QM WO Training 765-0808 OD WO Training 765-0788 TC WO Training 765-0811 Logistics Noncommissioned Officer Academy Commandant 765-8040 Assistant Commandant 765-8041 Administrative Coordinator 765-8042 Headquarters First Sergeant 765-8886 Quartermaster First Sergeant 765-8824 Transportation First Sergeant 765-8823 Ordnance First Sergeant 765-8988 71ST TRANSPORTATION BATTALION Commander Executive Officer Command Sergeant Major S1 S2/3 S4 Staff & Faculty Company Commander First Sergeant Alpha Company Commander First Sergeant Bravo Company

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765-8100 765-8102 765-8101 765-8110 765-8120 765-4915 765-8122 756-8131 765-8130 765-8129


Commander First Sergeant Charlie Company Commander First Sergeant Delta Company Commander First Sergeant

765-8128 765-8127 765-8123 765-8125 765-0063 765-0036

U.S. ARMY ORDNANCE SCHOOL Chief of Ordnance Aide-de-Camp Assistant Commandant/Chief of Staff Executive Officer Deputy to the Commander for Training Regimental Command Sergeant Major Regimental Warrant Officer Historian ORDNANCE PERSONNEL DEVELOPMENT OFFICE Chief 765-7384 Sergeant Major Senior Personnel Development Personnel Development CMF 89 Career Manager CMF 91 Career Manager CMF 94 Career Manager Proponency Officer Warrant Officer Career Manager STRATEGIC INITIATIVES GROUP Chief 765-7386 Strategic Initiatives Officer

765-7365 765-7369 765-7395 765-7396 765-1435 765-7363 765-7392 765-7389

765-7385 765-7368 765-7277 765-7314 765-7376/7373 765-7375/7974 765-7381 765-7370/7371

765-7301/7309

EOD DIRECTORATE Director 765-7377 Deputy Director 734-9630 Sergeant Major 765-9723 Training Development Division Chief 765-9653 NCO Training Manager 765-9685 Materiel Systems Division Chief 765-9646 Material Systems NCO 765-9698 Material Systems Program Manager 765-9650 Capability Development and Doctrine Division Chief 734-5360 Senior Doctrine NCO 765-9676 Technical Forensics Exploitation Analyst 765-9688/9686 ORDNANCE DIRECTORATE OF TRAINING Training Management Office

Training Integration Manager 765-9769 Chief of Training Operations 765-9733 Chief of Training Management 765-9762 Sergeant Major 765-9760 Armament and Electronics Maintenance Training Department Director 765-9696 Sergeant Major 765-9613 Munitions and EOD Training Department Director 765-9735 Sergeant Major 734-5516 Ordnance Electronics Maintenance Training Department Director (706) 791-4515 Sergeant Major (706) 791-7210 Tactical Support Equipment Training Department Director 765-9302 Sergeant Major 765-9257 Track/Metal Working/Service Recovery Training Department Director 765-9608 Sergeant Major 765-9867 Wheel Maintenance Training Department Director 765-9866 Sergeant Major 765-9839 59th ORDNANCE BRIGADE Commander 765-9476 Deputy Commander 765-9373 Command Sergeant Major 765-9476 S-1 OIC 765-9396 S-1 NCOIC 765-9397 S-2 765-9409 S-3 OIC 765-9411 S-3 OPS SGM 765-9405 S-4 765-9404 Safety Office 765-9376 Chaplain 734-8786 Sexual Harrison/Assault Prevention Program 765-9913 Retention 765-9377/9378 Security 765-9409 Headquarters and Headquarters Company Commander 765-2830 First Sergeant 765-2831 Executive Officer 765-2832 16TH ORDNANCE BATTALION Commander Executive Officer Command Sergeant Major S-1 S-2 S-3 S-4 Chaplain

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765-9271 765-9250 765-9249 765-9260 765-9287 765-9284 765-9275 765-9265


Alpha Company Commander First Sergeant Bravo Company Commander First Sergeant Charlie Company Commander First Sergeant Delta Company Commander First Sergeant Echo Company Commander First Sergeant 832ND ORDNANCE BATTALION Commander Command Sergeant Major Executive Officer Administrative Assistant S-1 S-2 S-3 S-4 Alpha Company Commander First Sergeant Bravo Company Commander First Sergeant Charlie Company Commander First Sergeant Delta Company Commander First Sergeant Echo Company Commander First Sergeant U.S. ARMY QUARTERMASTER SCHOOL Quartermaster General Assistant Commandant Deputy to the Commandant Executive Officer Regimental Command Sergeant Major Regimental Warrant Officer Command Group/Planning Operations Executive Services Reserve Component Affairs Office Historian

765-9923 765-9924 765-9304 765-9306 765-9319 765-9318 734-8552 734-8551 734-8563 734-8564

734-8764 734-8766 734-8765 734-8773 734-8767 734-8769 734-8780 734-8777 734-5940 734-5942 734-5925 734-5927 734-5963 734-5967 734-5993 734-4548 765-2845 765-4981

734-3458 734-3759 734-3480 734-3669 734-3248 734-3702 734-4191 734-3687 734-3419 734-3700

Chaplain 23rd Quartermaster Brigade

734-6818 734-4644

OFFICE OF THE QUARTERMASTER GENERAL Chief 734-4143 Deputy Chief 734-3697 Officer Personnel Development 734-3501 Warrant Officer Personnel Development (Active) 734-4186 Enlisted Personnel Development 734-4189 Regimental Adjutant 734-3533 QM Museum 734-4203 Association of Quartermasters 734-3802 TRAINING MANAGEMENT DIRECTORATE Director 734-4424 Training Management Division 734-4970 Academics Records 734-4239 OPERATIONS & TRAINING MANAGEMENT DIRECTORATE Chief 734-4186 Facilities AERIAL DELIVERY & FIELD SERVICES Director Deputy Director Sergeant Major Secretary Airdrop Manual and Malfunction Office Field Service Division Chief NCOIC Sling Load Office Training System Officer NCOIC Operations Office Training Operations Officer NCOIC Aerial Delivery Division Chief Instructor NCOIC

734-4389

734-3176 734-3074 734-5373 734-5370 734-4769 734-4185 734-3042 734-4724 734-5946 734-4721 734-4764 734-4769 734-4427

JOINT CULINARY CENTER OF EXCELLENCE Director 734-3007 Sergeant Major 734-3016 Army Food Advisor 734-3072 Special Programs Division 734-3390 Admin/Operations Sergeant 734-3049 Operations Directorate Director 734-3345

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Management Assistance Division 734-3374 Concepts, Systems and Policy Division 734-4862 Facilities and Equipment Division 734-3354 Quality Assurance Division 734-3366 U.S. Army Reserve/National Guard Food Advisors 734-4285 Training Directorate Director 734-3192 Executive Officer 734-3190 Sergeant Major 734-4474 Dietician 734-4463 Training Operations 734-5429 Academic Records 734-5436 Basic Food Service Training Division 734-3186 Advanced Food Service Training Division 734-3291 Advanced Food Service Training Course OIC 734-3274 Advanced Food Service Training Course NCOIC 734-5695 Garrison Operations Training Branch 734-6744 Field Operations Training Branch OIC 734-1063 Field Operations Training Branch NCOIC 734-1056 Marine Corps Food Service School 734-4656 PETROLEUM & WATER DEPARTMENT Director Deputy Sergeant Major Operations Basic Petroleum Division Chief NCOIC Advanced Petroleum and Water Division Laboratory Training Division Chief NCOIC Water Training Division Chief NCOIC Field Phase Lab Branch Air Force Petroleum Training Division Operations Instructors Marine Corps Petroleum Training Division USMC Director USMC Senior NCOIC Navy Petroleum Training Division

734-2820 734-2820 734-2820 734-2753/2750 734-2706 734-2792 734-2618 734-2626 734-1235 734-2763/2756 734-2760/2756 734-2982 734-2752 734-1382 734-1379 734-2775 734-2776 734-1343/1322

LOGISTICS TRAINING DEPARTMENT Director 734-3396 Deputy 734-3226 Sergeant Major 734-3725 Operations 734-3999

Administration 734-3195 Automated Logistics Specialist (92A) Chief NCOIC Unit Supply Specialist Division (92Y) Chief NCOIC JOINT MORTUARY AFFAIRS CENTER Director Executive Officer Sergeant Major Training & Development Division Chief 23RD QUARTERMASTER BRIGADE Commander Executive Office Command Sgt. Maj. S-1 S-2/3 734-3750 S-4 HHC. 23RD QUARTERMASTER BRIGADE Commander First Sergeant Company Operations AIT Reception Operations/In-processing CQ AIT CQ MOS-T 244TH QUARTERMASTER BATTALION Commander Executive Officer Command Sergeant Major S-1/4 765-3248 S-2/3 765-3483 Alpha Company Commander First Sergeant Golf Company Commander First Sergeant Papa Company Commander First Sergeant Whiskey Company Commander First Sergeant

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734-3477 734-5274 734-3481 734-3580

734-3831 734-3831 734-4673 734-3674

734-4644 734-3262 734-4170 734-3229 734-3535

734-4367 734-4365 765-3552 734-6848 734-7626 765-3542

765-3500 765-3482 765-3495

734-6278 734-6375 734-3364 734-3361 734-7070 734-6112 734-7702 734-6977


262ND QUARTERMASTER BATTALION Commander Executive Officer Command Sergeant Major S1/4 S2/3 Charlie Company Commander First Sergeant Juliet Company Commander First Sergeant Romeo Company Commander First Sergeant Uniform Company Commander First Sergeant Victor Company Commander First Sergeant 266TH QUARTERMASTER BATTALION Commander Executive Officer Command Sergeant Major S1/4 S2/3 Bravo Company Commander First Sergeant Echo Company Commander First Sergeant Tango Company Commander First Sergeant 508th Transportation Company Commander First Sergeant U.S. ARMY TRANSPORTATION SCHOOL Chief of Transportation/Commandant Deputy to the Commandant Executive Officer Aide de Camp Regiment Command Sergeant Major Regiment Warrant Officer Admin Officer Secretary Historian

734-7249 734-1014 734-7491 734-7390 734-1843 734-3125 734-3127 734-6572 734-6486 734-7261 734-6243 734-4124 734-4132 734-7338 734-6226

765-3332 765-3334 765-3331 765-3324 765-3339 765-3641 765-3648 757-878-1509 757-878-1513 734-6537 765-7476 765-2011 765-2015

765-7444 765-7218 765-7896 765-7897 765-7443 765-7274 765-7404 765-7444 765-7449

Assistant Commandant 765-1958 Director of Training 765-1957 School Sergeant Major 765-1867 Deployment and Deployment Systems Department 765-1939 Training Management Office 765-1964 Army Driver Standardization Office 765-1955 Maritime and Intermodal Training Dept (FEVA) 757-878-4100 Maritime (FEVA) 757-878-5146 Transportation Museum (FEVA) 757-878-8115 OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF TRANSPORTATION Proponency Director 765-7902 Proponency Sergeant Major 765-7675 Proponency Officer 765-7447/7288 Proponency Warrant Officer 765-7901 Proponency Enlisted 765-7275 Regimental Plans and Operations 765-7446 TRANSPORTATION OFFICE, CHIEF RESERVE AFFAIRS Office of the Chief, Reserve Affairs Reserve Affairs/ARNG Liaison Mobility Warrant Officer Reserve Affairs Proponency Sergeant Major

765-7462 765-7403 765-7928 765-7657

U.S. AIR FORCE TRAINING SQUADRON Commander 765-1787 Chief Enlisted Manager 765-1268 Military Training Leaders 765-1187/1188 U.S. MARINE CORPS DETACHMENT Commanding Officer Executive Officer Sergeant Major S-1 S-2 S-3 S-4 S-6 Alpha Company Company Commander First Sergeant Bravo Company Company Commander First Sergeant NAVY CENTER FOR SERVICE SUPPORT Site Director Senior Enlisted Leader NMTI/Barracks

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734-6317 734-6031 734-7941 734-6831 734-6432 765-3561 734-7597 734-6432 734-7728 734-7666 734-5462 734-5468

765-7705 765-7704 765-2977


11TH TRANSPORTATION BATTALION 54th Quartermaster Company Commander First Sergeant 111th Quartermaster Company Commander First Sergeant

734-6936 734-7057 734-6869 734-6139

U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEER, NORFOLK AREA Area Engineer

734-4041

FORT LEE COMMISSARY STORE Management Support Section Customer Service Deli/Bakery Grocery Manager Meat Dept Seafood Dept Produce Dept Click2Go

765-1041/1042/1043 765-1650 765-1483 765-1037 765-1431 765-1469 765-1484 734-8000 x52252

U.S. ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION COMMAND Main 734-1008 Special Agent-in-Charge 734-1234 Criminal Intelligence Center 734-0624 Special Agents on Duty 734-1506/1480/1490/1043/1484/0705 Report Drug Related Activity 734-1522 DEFENSE COMMISSARY AGENCY (DeCA) (For all calls to DeCA headquarters within the 804 area code, dial 734-8000; you will be directed to dial the 5-digit extension of the person you’re calling) Reception Desk 4-8253 DEFENSE CONTRACT MANAGEMENT AGENCY Director Deputy Director Chief of Staff Staff Duty Officer (After Hours) Aircraft Operations Combat Support Center Contracts Engineering and Analysis Financial and Business Operations General Counsel Human Capital Independent Assessment Information Technology Portfolio Management and Integration

734-0628 734-0619 734-0620 734-0000 734-6322 416-9394 734-0471 734-1088 734-1463 734-0819 734-0656 734-1323 734-1579 734-0878

Air Force Service Portfolio (703) 647-6052 Army Service Portfolio (703) 647-6061 Navy Service Portfolio (703) 647-1013 Joint Service & Non-DoD Service Portfolio (703) 647-6070 Public Affairs 734-1492 Quality Assurance 734-0353 Operational Directorates DCMA International 416-9306 DCMA Operations 734-1553 DCMA Special Programs 734-0010 DOCUMENT AUTOMATION & PRODUCTION SERVICE Chief 734-1021 Printing Specialist

734-1006

LOGISTICS EXERCISE & SIMULATION DIRECTORATE, NATIONAL SIMULATION CENTER Director 765-1789 Deputy Director 765-1789 Ops & Programs 765-1997 Combat Development 765-1784 Simulation Support Div 765-1177 Futures Division 765-1492 Exercise Division 765-1723/1721/2594 FORT LEE MILITARY ENTRANCE PROCESSING STATION Commander 765-4180 Front Desk 765-4015/4013 NETWORK ENTERPRISE CENTER – FORT LEE Director 734-7302 Program Manager 734-7250 Business Management and Plans Division 734-7311 Plans, Arch and Service Operations Branch 734-7500 Desktop and System Support Division 734-7262 Information Assurance Division 734-7311 Networking and Switch Division 734-7638 Switchboard Operator 765-3000 Telephone Trouble Report 734-7515 Help Ticket 866-335-2769 TRADOC ANALYSIS CENTER-LEE (TRAC-LEE) Director Deputy Director Operations Chief Program Support Assistant/Security Manager Studies Analysis Division Chief Modeling Analysis Division Chief

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765-1823 765-1821 765-1822 765-1820 765-1813 765-1833


SOFTWARE ENGINEERING CENTER-LEE Deputy Associate Director Customer Support Office (24hrs) Legacy Systems Divisions Chief Maintenance & Property Branch Chief ULLS System Manager SAMS System Manager PBUSE System Manager Subsistence Systems Branch Chief Ammunition Branch Chief Supply Systems Branch Chief Systems Sustainment Division Chief Technical Operations Branch Chief Acquisition Support Branch Chief Hardware/Software Integration Branch Chief Chief Technical Officer Facilities Manager Security Officer Information Assurance Manager

734-2815 734-1051 734-1337 734-1171 734-1960 734-0626 734-7855 734-2522 734-0536 734-0751 734-2290 734-0265 734-2766 734-6195 734-0265 734-1409 734-2341 734-0707

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quick reference phone list EMERGENCY (FIRE, POLICE, MEDICAL)......................911 MILITARY POLICE DESK........................................ 734-7400 DOMESTIC ABUSE HOTLINE................................. 479-6775 SEXUAL ASSAULT RESPONSE HOTLINE............ 894-0029 FORT LEE STATUS HOTLINE.................................. 765-2679 FORT LEE HOUSING EMERGENCY WORK ORDER............................. 733-1558 INFORMATION/DIRECTORY ASSISTANCE.......... 765-3000 A AIRPORT SHUTTLE SERVICES: Groome Transportation............................................ 222-7226 James River Transportation...................................... 249-1052 CMC, Inc.................................................................. 222-7790 ALTERATIONS SHOP (PXTRA)............................... 861-4623 AMERICAN RED CROSS......................................... 734-6371 EMERGENCY (Family Notification)............... 877-272-7337 ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE: Front Desk................................................................ 734-6388 Toll Free Number...........................................1-866-507-7464 Director..................................................................... 734-7955 Army Emergency Relief........................................... 734-7954 Army Family Team Building................................... 734-7979 Army Volunteer Corps Coordinator......................... 734-7827 Domestic Abuse Victim Advocate................... 734-6378/6459 Employment Readiness Program............................. 734-7738 Exceptional Family Member Program............ 734-6393/7965 Family Advocacy Program Manager........................ 734-7585 Family Advocacy Program Educator....................... 734-7353 Financial Readiness Program................................... 734-7952 Information and Referral.......................................... 734-6475 Mobilization and Deployment.................................. 734-6648 New Parent Support Program.......................... 734-6505/7876 Relocation Readiness Program/Lending Closet....... 734-7589 Sexual Assault Response & Prevention................... 734-6460 Survivor Outreach Services............................. 734-6445/6446 Utility Waiver........................................................... 734-6388 B BANK, SUNTRUST.................................................... 862-2500 BARBER SHOPS: ALU.......................................................................... 765-8086 OD CAMPUS........................................................... 861-1866 PX............................................................................. 861-5881 PXTRA..................................................................... 861-6060 BEAUTY SHOP, PX.................................................... 861-0965 BOWLING CENTER.................................................. 734-6860 Action City Grille..................................................... 734-6861 BUILDING REPAIRS & MAINT,

DPW Bldg. 6220...................................................... 451-1914 Off Duty Hours (Emerg Repair) P-6220.................. 734-3627 BURGER KING, AAFES P-4309............................... 733-3839 C CAR RENTAL (ENTERPRISE).................................. 957-4653 CASUALTY ASSISTANCE OFFICE, HRD............... 734-6606 CENTRAL ISSUE FACILITY, DPWL..... 734-3514/3062/3575 CHAPLAINS Religious Support Office.......................................... 734-6494 (For emergencies, call 734-1584 and ask for the on-call duty chaplain)

23rd QM Brigade Chaplain...................................... 734-6814 244th QM Battalion Chaplain.................................. 734-6102 262nd QM Battalion Chaplain................................. 734-7160 266th QM Battalion Chaplain.................................. 765-6848 59th OD Brigade Chaplain....................................... 734-9912 16th OD Battalion Chaplain..................................... 765-9295 832nd OD Battalion Chaplain.................................. 734-8304 ALU Chaplain ......................................................... 765-8009 Transportation School Chaplain............................... 734-8009 CASCOM Chaplain ................................................ 734-0033 Marine Corps Chaplain (Ordnance)......................... 765-9912 Marine Corps Chaplain (Quartermaster).................. 734-7160 Navy Chaplain.......................................................... 734-6102 Air Force Chaplain................................................... 734-6818 CHILD, YOUTH & SCHOOL SERVICES, FMWR Parent Central Services Desk.......................... 765-3852/3785 Battle Drive CDC..................................................... 734-2884 Multi-Center CDC.................................................... 734-2933 Sisisky Blvd CDC........................................... 734-1093/1091 Yorktown Drive CDC............................................... 765-3765 Family Child Care........................................... 765-3850/3787 School-Age Care...................................................... 765-3763 School Liaison Services........................................... 765-3813 Youth Center.................................................... 734-2870/2871 CIVILIAN PERSONNEL CENTER .......................... 765-4580 CLEANERS (LAUNDRY), PXTRA........................... 861-4622 CLUBS, FMWR Hideaway.................................................................. 765-1523 Lee............................................................................ 734-7547 Regimental............................................................... 765-1539 CONTRACT CLEANERS, ADMIN BLDGS (KLEANKARE).......................... 237-9072 CONTRACTING (MICC)........................................... 734-3045 COMMISSARY.................................................. 765-1560/1036 CREDIT UNION, FORT LEE, A AVENUE................ 452-0736 CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DIVISION................ 734-1008

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D DEERS/ID CARDS, HRD........................................... 734-7347 DENTAL, COL BULL CLINIC......................... 734-9607/9608 DISPATCHER,TRANS MOTOR POOL..................... 765-2276 DOCUMENT AUTOMATION & PRODUCTION . .. 734-1019 E EDUCATION CENTER.............................................. 765-3535 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT DIVISION... 734-5014 EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY OFFICE-CIVILIAN EEO Director............................................................ 734-6835 EQUAL OPPORTUNITY OFFICE-MILITARY CASCOM ................................................................ 734-6498 59th Ordnance Brigade............................................. 734-6497 23rd Quartermaster Brigade..................................... 734-6583 Army Logistics University/Transportation School.. 734-6498 F FAMILY HOUSING, DPW......................................... 765-1597 FAMILY HOUSING HUNT........................................ 733-1558 FIRESTONE COMPLETE AUTO CTR..................... 732-0172 FITNESS CENTERS: ALU Exercise Facility . ........................................... 765-0695 Clark......................................................................... 765-3636 MacLaughlin............................................................ 765-3070 Ordnance Exercise Facility...................................... 734-8637 Strength Fitness Center............................................ 734-5313 G GAME WARDEN........................................................ 734-4213 GARRISON HEADQUARTERS................................ 734-7188 GOLF COURSE, FMWR Admin Office................................................... 734-2403/2402 Pro Shop................................................................... 734-2899 Bird’s Nest Snack Bar.............................................. 734-2892 H HAZARDOUS MATERIAL CONTROL CENTER...................................... 734-5243/5244 HAZARDOUS WASTE FACILITY............ 734-3811/765-7996 I IDENTIFICATION CARDS/DEERS, HRD............... 734-7347 INFO OPR, TELEPHONE, DOIM.............................. 765-3000 INSPECTOR GENERAL............................................ 765-1550 INSTALLATION OPERATIONS CENTER............... 734-1584 K KENNER ARMY HEALTH CLINIC Patient Info/Appt Center................................1-866-533-5242 On-Call Provider,After Hours.................................. 734-9000

Patient Advocate....................................................... 734-9512 Active Duty Clinic................................................... 734-9057 Behavioral Health Clinic.......................................... 734-9623 Troop Medical Clinic 1................................... 734-6093/6474 Mosier Consolidated Troop Medical Clinic.... 734-5365/5454 Pharmacy.................................................................. 734-9137 Pharmacy Refill Call-in............................................ 734-9535 Wilkerson Pediatric Clinic....................................... 734-9125 Family Medicine Clinic............................................ 734-9993 Public Affairs Officer............................................... 734-9086 L LEE CLUB................................................................... 734-7547 LEGAL ASSISTANCE, SJA Client Services.......................................................... 765-1500 Claims....................................................................... 765-1520 Administrative Law.................................................. 765-1533 Military Justice......................................................... 765-1527 Tax Assistance Center.............................................. 734-5733 LEISURE TRAVEL SERVICES................................. 765-3789 LIBRARIES Fort Lee Community Library................................... 765-8095 LODGING RESERVATIONS...................................... 733-4100 M MAIL MANAGEMENT SECTION............................ 734-6857 MAIN EXCHANGE: Administrative Office............................................... 861-4329 Human Resources Office.......................................... 861-3037 Service/Vending Office............................................ 861-5585 RETAIL Main Store..................................................... 861-5970/5971 PXtra...................................................................... 862-3763 Military Clothing Store.......................................... 862-3763 Express/Service Station......................................... 861-8063 Shoppette-Troop Store........................................... 732-6862 RESTAURANTS Burger King........................................................... 733-3839 Charlie’s Steakery (Food Court)............................ 862-4642 Froots..................................................................... 722-8222 Manchu Wok (Food Court).................................... 862-4642 Pizza Hut................................................................ 861-0130 Popeyes.................................................................. 861-3916 Subway (Food Court)............................................. 862-4642 Subway Log U/ Einstein Bros. Bagels ................. 732-0425 CONCESSIONS Brigade Quartermaster............................................722-1179 Cleaners.................................................................. 861-4622 Enterprise Car Rental............................................. 957-4653 Firestone................................................................. 732-0172 Game Stop...............................................................722-1184 GNC Exchange...................................................... 957-4961

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GNC PXtra............................................................. 733-6701 Optical Shop........................................................... 733-7385 Optometry Clinic................................................... 733-8274 MAINT & REPAIRS, DPW........................................ 734-5100 Off Duty Hours(Emerg Only).................................. 734-3627 MIL CLOTHING SALES STORE, PXTRA............... 862-3763 MILITARY PAY, DMPO Travel Pay................................................................. 734-7796 In/Out Processing............................................ 734-7794/7911 Retirement/Separation..................................... 734-7931/7868 Reserve Pay..................................................... 734-7792/7105 MUSEUM, QUARTERMASTER, QMS.................... 734-4203 Gift Shop.................................................................. 734-4372 MUSEUM, WOMEN’S............................................... 734-4327 N NORFOLK DIST ENGR,AREA................................. 734-4041 NOTARY PUBLIC, SJA.............................................. 765-1500 O OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH....................................... 734-9159 OFFICE SUPPLY STORE........................................... 862-6232 OPTOMETRY CLINIC, KENNER............................. 734-9253 OUTDOOR RECREATION/ EQUIPMENT RENTAL........................................... 765-2212 P PASSPORTS,HRD....................................................... 765-7615 PERSONAL PROPERTY SHIPMENTS Inbound Counselor................................................... 734-4449 Outbound Counselor................................................ 734-4187 Freight and Central Receiving......................... 734-3060/3968 PHOTO LAB/OFFICIAL PHOTOS............................ 734-7327 PICTURE PERFECT FRAME SHOP................ 734-6137/6198 POST OFFICE, US...................................................... 861-0539 PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICE Main Office.............................................................. 734-7451 Traveller Newspaper................................................ 734-7147 External Media......................................................... 734-6965 Community Relations . ............................................ 734-6893

Q QUARTERMASTER ASSOCIATION........................ 734-3082 QUARTERMASTER FOUNDATION........................ 734-4203 R RANGES, DPTMS...................................................... 765-2613 REGIONAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL FACILITY......... 734-4434 REGIMENTAL CLUB................................................ 765-1539 RETIREMENT SVCS BR, HRD................................ 734-6973 S SAFETY OFFICE (GARRISON)................................ 765-3132 SECURITY (ANTITERRORISM OFFICER) DPTMS..................................................................... 734-6410 SERVICE STATION/SHOPPETTE............................ 861-8063 SOLDIER FOR LIFE TRANSITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM..................................... 734-6612 T TAX CENTER, SJA............................................ 734-5732/5733 TAXI SERVICE Marshall Cabs........................................................... 458-3325 THRIFT SHOP............................................................ 765-3312 TRAVELLER NEWSPAPER, PAO.................... 734-7147/7451 TRIAL DEFENSE SERVICE...................................... 765-2290 U USO Center, Fort Lee.................................................. 765-3045 V VENDING MACHINE SVCS, AAFES ..................... 861-5585 VETERINARY CLINIC, KAHC................................. 734-2446 VOTERS INFORMATION, HRD............................... 734-6920 W WEAPONS REGISTRATION........................... 765-7505/7645

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Accommodations

Child Care

Navy Gateway Inns & Suites Reservations..............1-877-NAVYBED / 1-877-628-9233 www.dodlodging.net See our ad on the Back Cover

Angel Care Center/Restoration Preparatory Academy Call For All Locations 804-862-1600 or 804-926-5331 See our ad on page 75

Adult Education Southside Programs for Adult Continuing Education 6610 Commons Dr., Suite 101 Prince George.............................................804-733-2670 Offering Free GED and ESOL Classes on Base www.southsideadulted.org

Apartments County Line Apartments 2773 County Drive Petersburg...................................................804-283-5760 See our ad on this page

Automotive – Repair & Service AAMCO 12341 Jefferson Davis Hwy. Chester .......................................................804-751-0074 See our ad on this page Taylor’s Auto Service, Inc. 3501 Woodlawn Street Hopewell......................................................804-458-0880 See our ad on this page White Automotive Inc. 6550 Redwood Lane Prince George.............................................804-733-9179 See our ad on this page

COUNTY LINE APARTMENTS 1BR, 1BA for $895/mo. • Fully Furnished, you need nothing but your suitcase!! • Smoke-Free, Secure Building • Includes Individual Washer/Dryer • No Pets • Rent includes ALL Utilities Call Jeff... 804-283-5760 www.TheCountyLineApartments.com

TAYLOR’S AUTO SERVICE, INC. Air Conditioning • Custom Exhaust Work Engine Work • Alignment & Brakes • Transmission Inspections • 24-Hour Towing • Local & Long Distance Complete Auto Care Facility

10% MILITARY & SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNT Excludes inspection & towing services

3501 Woodlawn Street Hopewell, VA 23860

WHITE AUTOMOTIVE INC. DONALD L. WHITE, JR. PRESIDENT

ASE MASTER TECH

Carpet Cleaning A-1 Steem It 303 Temple Ave. Colonial Heights..........................................804-520-0425 See our ad on this page

10%

Military Discount

transMission & General auto repair

804-458-0880 804-452-0444

30+ YEARS EXPERIENCE • NOW DOING ALIGNMENTS • P.O. Box 701 • 6550 Redwood Ln. Prince George, VA 23875

804-733-9179 FAX: 804-733-1194

WE INSTALL JASPER ENGINES AND TRANSMISSIONS WE BRING THE CLEANING PLANT TO YOU

A-1

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Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning

FREE

Estimates NO HIDDEN COST! Licensed & Insured All work Guaranteed

RESIDENTIAL• COMMERCIAL • CHURCHES

12341 Jefferson Davis Hwy. • Chester, VA 23831

804-520-0425

804-751-0074

CELEBRATING 26 YEARS OF SERVICE! Fort Lee Guidebook • 74


Chiropractors

Looking For a Church Home?

Come Visit Our Church Family

Just Christians Seeking To Be More Like Jesus Everyday! The Bible Is Taught To Be Practical And Relevant. Visit Us As We Worship God Together In Spirit And In Truth. We Offer: Marriage And Family Counseling Schedule of Services Youth And Adult Activities Attended Nursery Sunday Minister: Dr. Russ Jurek 9:30am Bible Study

Edgehill Church Of Christ 25609 Grant Avenue, Petersburg, VA www.edgehillchurchofchrist.org

804-861-3306

10:30am Worship

Wednesday

7:00pm Bible Study

Bible Classes For All Ages!

Ariya Family Chiropractic Center 3507 Boulevard, Suite A Colonial Heights..........................................804-526-7125 See our ad on this page

Churches Edgehill Church of Christ 25609 Grant Ave. Petersburg...................................................804-861-3306 See our ad on this page Grace Lutheran Church 13028 Harrowgate Road Chester .......................................................804-748-6058 See our ad on page 76 The Restoration Center 6751 Billy Williams Memorial Dr. Prince George.............................................804-862-9571 See our ad on this page

NEED PRAYER?

FEELING OVERWHELMED?

E-mail your confidential prayer request to us at

restorefam@aol.com

SUNDAY: Celebration Service 3pm SATURDAY: Prayer & Children’s Outreach 12 noon

#PrayerForMilitaryFamiliesDaily

THE RESTORATION CENTER 6751 Billy Williams Memorial Dr., Prince George, VA 23875 (The brown building across the street from the Dollar Store)

804-862-9571

ANGEL CARE CENTER / RESTORATION PREPARATORY ACADEMY OPENINGS FOR CHILD CARE & ACADEMY GRADES PREK2 TO 12TH GRADE BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL CARE SERVING PETERSBURG, DINWIDDIE, CHESTERFIELD, COLONIAL HEIGHTS, PRINCE GEORGE & HOPEWELL, VA

Call 804-862-1600 or 804-926-5331 to Register Fort Lee Guidebook • 75


Dermatology Paladin Dermatology, LLC 44-A Medical Park Blvd. Petersburg...................................................804-324-4511 www.PaladinDerm.com See our ad on page 56

Dentists

G

RACE LUTHERAN CHURCH WELCOMES YOU EACH SUNDAY

8:15 am & 10:45 am - Worship Services & Children's Church 9:30 am - Christian Education 5th Sunday 10:00 am Worship Service & Children's Church Holy Communion @ 8:15 am 1st & 3rd Sundays 10:45 am 2nd & 4th Sundays

RICH FINCK, PASTOR

Commonwealth Dentistry 456 Charles H. Dimmock Parkway Colonial Heights..........................................804-520-4088 See our ad on page 77 Ellis Family Dentistry 3416 Woodlawn Street Hopewell......................................................804-458-6733 See our ad on this page Heavenly Smiles Dentistry 1100-A Boulevard Colonial Heights..........................................804-892-1330 See our ad on this page Dr. Sam E. English, DDS 5303 Plaza Dr., Ste. 103 Hopewell......................................................804-458-5047 See our ad on the Back of the Fort Lee Map

www.gracelutheranva.org • glcoffice@verizon.net 13028 Harrowgate Rd., Chester, Virginia 23831

Phone: (804) 748-6058

HEAVENLY SMILES DENTISTRY

DR. JUAN A. ROJAS 1100-A Boulevard, Colonial Heights, VA

804-892-1330

MILITARY & SENIORS DISCOUNTS

Please Support The Military

Dentist/Orthodontist Anderson Orthodontics, LTD. Dr. “Chip” Anderson & Associates 556 Southpark Blvd., Colonial Heights.......804-526-2702 See our ad on page 52 Southside Orthodontics, LTD. Drs. Eric R. Shell & A. Wright Pond Colonial Heights..........................................804-526-1241 See our ad on page 78

WWW.JJDISCOUNTGIFTSHOP.COM DISCOUNT GIFT SHOP MR. JAMES JENKINS Cell: 804-898-2534 jenkinsje@comcast.net Fort Lee Guidebook • 76


COMMONWEALTH DENTISTRY Family & Cosmetic Dentistry

Mark Beltrami, D.D.S. • Bryan Dixon, D.D.S. • Luiza Kreuzar, D.D.S. McKenzie Woodard, D.D.S. • Craig Blackham, D.D.S. Matthew Stafford, D.D.S. • Emil Christofakis, D.D.S.

We offer all aspects of dentistry from children to seniors with a gentle touch and friendly staff. LASER DENTISTRY

S

EOVER

L MAK

DENTA

FINANCING AVAILABLE • New Patients Welcome Ask About Our Insurance Plans • Emergency Service Available • Evening Hours • Oral Sedation • 1 Hour In-House Teeth Whitening/Take Home System Available

520-4088

456 Charles H. Dimmock Pkwy., Parkway West Colonial Heights (Behind Arby’s)

434-676-8023 Kenbridge, VA

458-3004

804-272-7040 Richmond, VA Fort Lee Guidebook • 77

210 N. 4th Avenue Hopewell, VA

434-645-7558 Crewe, VA


Gift Shops

James Jenkins Discount Gift Shop www.JJDiscountGiftShop.com Hopewell......................................................804-898-2534 See our ad on page 76

Obstetrics & Gynecology VPFW - Virginia Physicians for Women, Ltd. 2025 Waterside Rd., Suite 100 Prince George.............................................804-520-0205 See our ad on the Inside Front Cover

Hospitals John Randolph Medical Center 411 West Randolph Road Hopewell......................................................804-541-1600 See our ad on the Front of the Fort Lee Map Poplar Springs Hospital 350 Poplar Drive Petersburg...................................................804-733-6874 See our ad on page 79 Southside Regional Medical Center 200 Medical Park Blvd. Petersburg...................................................804-765-5000 See our ad on the Inside Back Cover

A c c e p t i n g n e w pAt i e nts! sanjeev K. Jairath, MD Alfred Lee, MD (804) 520-5223 16011 Kairos Road • Ste 300 • Colonial Heights, VA 23834 4700 Puddledock Road • Ste 300 • Prince George, VA 23875

Richmondgastro.com

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Support Your Local Military

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Physicians

Richmond Gastroenterology Associates, Inc. 16011 Kairos Rd., Suite 300 Colonial Heights..........................................804-520-5223 4700 Puddledock Rd., Suite 300 Prince George.............................................804-520-5223 See our ad on page 78

Property Management G.E. Matthews 2425 Boulevard, Suite 6 Colonial Heights..........................................804-518-0510 See our ad on this page

Providing Behavioral Healthcare for Fort Lee Service Members & Families Dedicated Inpatient Unit and Day Treatment/ Partial Hospitalization Programs staffed with former military physicians and treatment team members who understand military life to help servicemen and women struggling with: • Substance Abuse / Chemical Dependency • Military Sexual Trauma • Depression • PTSD • Post Deployment Adjustment

Real Estate Finer Homes – Builder/Realtor www.finerhomes.net 804-748-7575 See our ad on the Back of the Fort Lee Map Weichert Realtors Brockwell and Portwood Colonial Heights..........................................804-518-0500 See our ad on this page

Restaurants Rosa’s Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria 2.5 miles East of Main Gate Hopewell......................................................804-458-8744 Chester ......................................................804-748-9451 See our ad on page 80

HELP FOR FORT LEE FAMILIES INCLUDING: • Child and Adult Crisis Stabilization Units • Day Treatment/Partial Hospitalization Programs • Residential Treatment Center for Boys and Girls (Ages 11-17)

(804) 518-0510

WWW.GEM1923.COM 2425 Boulevard, Suite 6 • Colonial Heights, VA 23834 • ESTABLISHED 1923 •

(866) 546-2229 24 Hours A Day • 7 Days A Week Take a virtual tour:

WWW.POPLARSPRINGS.COM TRICARE Certified

Brockwell & Portwood WE WORK WITH BUYERS AND SELLERS

804-518-0500

www.MyVirginiaRealEstate.com “Invite Us In, We’ll Bring Results”® Independently Owned and Operated

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Storage – Household & Commercial South Crater Road Self Storage, Inc. 11440 S. Crater Road Petersburg...................................................804-861-2004 See our ad on this page

MEETING ALL YOUR NEEDS... SOUTH CRATER RD. SELF-STORAGE INC.

Tutoring Club Z! In Home Tutoring Services Chester ......................................................804-414-8607 www.clubztutoring.com/chester

861-2004

Urgent Care BetterMed Urgent Care 4600 Puddledock Road Prince George.............................................804-704-8655 See our ad on the Back of the Fort Lee Map

A Locals Favorite Since 1976

Veterinarians Crater Road Veterinary Hospital 464 S. Crater Road Petersburg...................................................804-733-8202 See our ad on the Back of the Fort Lee Map Hopewell Animal Hospital 3806 Oaklawn Blvd., Ste. 100 Hopewell......................................................804-458-9521 See our ad on this page

Hopewell Animal Hospital 3806 OAKLAWN BLVD., SUITE 100 HOPEWELL, VA 23860

Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner • Real Italian Real Tradition • Cocktails Served • Banquet Facility ~ WED, THUR & FRI LUNCH BUFFET ~ ~ SUNDAY BRUNCH ~

Pick-Up Window Open 7 Days a Week WE DELIVER!

• Michael W. Harrison, D.V.M. • Jodie L. Coutts, D.V.M

NOW OPEN CHESTER LOCATION! 12902 Old Stage Rd. • Chester, VA

804-748-9451

Quality Pet Care

www.Rosas-Italian.com

Since 1950

 Micro-Chipping  Military & Senior Discounts on Vaccines  Pet Daycare

PET BOARDING AVAILABLE • GROOMING BY APPOINTMENT

804-458-9521

www.HopewellAnimalHospital.net

(1.5 miles from Fort Lee)

804-458-8744

Less than 3 miles from Fort Lee Main Gate

COMPLETE MEDICAL/SURGICAL FACILITY

4098 Oaklawn Blvd. • Hopewell, VA

Thank You for Supporting the Fort Lee Military Community

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Being able to see your doctor quickly is important, especially when you’re expecting and have questions or concerns. And because time is important when you go into labor, the providers of Tri-Cities OB/GYN Associates deliver at Southside Regional Medical Center, just minutes away. For prenatal care, labor and delivery services and more, turn to us. Ask about same-day and weekend appointments at our locations near Ft. Lee. Call 804-765-5206.

WHEN THE BIG DAY ARRIVES,

WE DELIVER CLOSE TO HOME.

PETERSBURG

210 Medical Park Boulevard, Suite 150

CHESTER

13038 Riversbend Road Southside Regional Medical Center is owned in part by physicians. Members of the Medical Staff at Southside Regional Medical Center.

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