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West Virginia Military Base Guide

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

Army Bases in West Virginia

  • Camp Dawson

Navy Bases in West Virginia

  • Navy Information Operations Command Sugar Grove

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? West Virginia veterans are offered a state program called Veterans Re-education Assistance, which provides a per-semester stipend of up to $500. This is offered to veterans enrolled in a qualifying post-secondary program, vocational, or non-traditional education alternative (approved on a case-by-case basis). Learn more at the official site.

Department of Veterans Affairs Facilities in West Virginia

Braxton County VA Clinic

40 Reston Place
Gassaway, WV 26624-7899
Mental health: 304-623-3461 x3551

Louis A. Johnson Veterans’ Administration Medical Center

1 Medical Center Drive
Clarksburg, WV 26301-4155
Mental health: 304-623-3461 x3551

Veteran Readiness and Employment Office at Clarksburg VA Medical Center

One Medical Center Drive
Room 4C488
Clarksburg, WV 26301
304-623-3461 x2313

Veteran Readiness and Employment Office at West Virginia University

1550 University Avenue
214-G Mountainlair
Morgantown, WV 26506

West Virginia National Cemetery

42 Veterans Memorial Ln
Grafton, WV 26354

Grafton National Cemetery

431 Walnut St
Grafton, WV 26354

Other Military Bases in the Continental United States:

Look up the BAH in your new duty location by searching for your zip code’s housing allowance using our BAH Calculator. You can also review our complete list of Military Bases by State

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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.