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Michigan Military Base Guide

If you are traveling to Michigan on PCS orders, look up the BAH in your new duty location using our BAH Calculator. You can also find veteran benefits in Michigan.

Military Bases in Michigan

  • Hart-Dole-Inouye Federal Center

Army Bases in Michigan

  • USAG Detroit Arsenal
  • USAREC, Great Lakes Battalion
  • Fort Custer

Get more info on VA benefits for veterans, retirees, separating service members, spouses, dependents, and disabled veterans. Learn more about the GI Bill and Yellow Ribbon program, monthly housing allowances, VA loans, and TRICARE.

Did you know? The State of Michigan offers a state retirement benefit to those who served a minimum of 19 years, 6 months and 1 day of active service” in the Michigan National Guard. Qualifying applicants may be paid $50 per month starting at age 55 or the date of the application (whichever is later). Submit an application using the Retirement Application for Michigan National Guard State Military Retirement.

Department of Veterans Affairs Facilities in Michigan

Navy Corpsman Steve Andrews Department of Veterans Affairs Health Care Clinic

2782 South Otsego Avenue
Gaylord, MI 49735-9404
Mental health: 989-497-2500 x11959

Grayling VA Clinic

1680 Hartwick Pines Road
Grayling, MI 49738-9237
Mental health: 989-497-2500 x11959

Veteran Readiness and Employment Office at Colonel Demas T. Craw VA Clinic

701 U.S. 31 South
Main Lobby
Traverse City, MI 49686

Mt. Pleasant Veteran Readiness and Employment Office

200 N. Main Street
Room 310
Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858

Other Military Bases in the Continental United States

Please review our complete list of Military Bases by State.

About the author

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Editor-in-Chief Joe Wallace is a 13-year veteran of the United States Air Force and a former reporter/editor for Air Force Television News and the Pentagon Channel. His freelance work includes contract work for Motorola, VALoans.com, and Credit Karma. He is co-founder of Dim Art House in Springfield, Illinois, and spends his non-writing time as an abstract painter, independent publisher, and occasional filmmaker.