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Virginia Military Base Guide

Military Bases in Virginia

The State of Virginia has more than 115 thousand active-duty troops stationed here. There are more than 25 military installations, DoD activities, and recruiting centers in the state; U.S. Space Force is the only branch of service not represented in the state with its own installation at press time.

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

Joint Bases in Virginia

  • Joint Base Langley-Eustis
  • Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story

Marine Corps Bases in Virginia

Did you know? The State of Virginia offers education benefits to surviving spouses and dependents of qualifying military members. The Virginia Military Survivors & Dependents Education Program is offered to the survivors of veterans “at least 90 percent permanently disabled as a result of military service.”

The benefit is also offered to qualifying survivors of those killed in action, missing in action, taken prisoner, or “who has been rated by the USDVA as totally and permanently disabled or at least 90 percent permanently disabled as a direct result of involvement in covered military combat.”

Navy Bases in Virginia

  • Naval Air Station Oceana
  • Naval Air Station Oceana Dam Neck Annex
  • Naval Station Norfolk
  • Naval Support Activity Hampton Roads Northwest Annex
  • Naval Support Activity South Potomac (NSF Dahlgren)
  • Naval Weapons Station Yorktown
  • Newport News Shipyard
  • Norfolk Naval Shipyard
  • Surface Combat Systems Center Wallops Island

Army Bases in Virginia

  • Fort Belvoir
  • Fort Lee
  • Fort Myer
  • Fort Pickett
  • Henderson Hall
  • USAREC, Richmond Recruiting Battalion

Air National Guard Bases in Virginia

  • Virginia Air National Guard Hampton
  • Virginia Air National Guard Virginia Beach

Coast Guard Bases in Virginia

  • Coasts Guard Base Portsmouth
  • Finance Center Coast Guard Base
  • National Maritime Center Coast Guard

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.

Department of Veterans Affairs Facilities in Virginia

Charlottesville VA Clinic

590 Peter Jefferson Parkway
Suite 250
Charlottesville, VA 22911-4655
434-293-3890
Mental health: 434-293-3890

Lynchburg VA Clinic

1600 Lakeside Drive
Lynchburg, VA 24501-3116
434-316-5000
Mental health: 434-316-5000 x5601

Staunton VA Clinic

102 Lacy B. King Way
Staunton, VA 24401-4594
540-886-5777
Mental health: 540-886-5777

VA Regional Benefit Satellite Office at Lewis F. Powell Jr. US Courthouse Annex

1100 E. Main Street
Suite 201
Richmond, VA 23249
804-675-6569

Integrated Disability Evaluation System (IDES) Site at Fort Gregg-Adams

700 24th Street
Bldg 8204-2, Room 210
Fort Gregg-Adams, VA 23801
804-734-9314

Roanoke VA Regional Benefit Office

210 Franklin Rd, SW
Roanoke, VA 24011
800-827-1000

Integrated Disability Evaluation System (IDES) and Pre-Discharge Claims Intake Site at Marine Corps Base Quantico

3250 Catlin Loop
Quantico, VA 22134
800-827-1000

VetSuccess on Campus at George Mason University

4400 University Dr.
SUB 1 BLDG, Room 1510
Fairfax, VA 22030
800-827-1000

VetSuccess on Campus at Northern Virginia Community College

4001 Wakefield Chapel Road
Brault Building
Annandale, VA 22003
800-827-1000

Staunton National Cemetery

901 Richmond Ave
Staunton, VA 24401
540-825-0027

Virginia Veterans Cemetery in Amelia

10300 Pridesville Road
Amelia, VA 23002
855-482-8387

 

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