U.S. Army Fort Lee

U.S. Army Fort Lee This is the official page of U.S. Army Garrison, Fort Lee – the Home of U.S. Army Sustainment. Com Located in Central Virginia, we are home to the U.S.

Army Combined Arms Support Command (CASCOM) and serve as a focused training installation for military supply, subsistence, maintenance, munitions, transportation and more. Army Logistics University, the U.S. Army Quartermaster School, the U.S. Army Ordnance School and the U.S. Army Transportation School are all located at Fort Lee. Tenants of the installation include headquarters elements of the D

Army Combined Arms Support Command (CASCOM) and serve as a focused training installation for military supply, subsistence, maintenance, munitions, transportation and more. Army Logistics University, the U.S. Army Quartermaster School, the U.S. Army Ordnance School and the U.S. Army Transportation School are all located at Fort Lee. Tenants of the installation include headquarters elements of the D

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Check out the Army's 2021 Year in Photos!
12/24/2021
2021 Year in Photos

Check out the Army's 2021 Year in Photos!

Click for the year in photos from the Army in 2021. This picture gallery features the most engaging imagery of the U.S. Army and its Soldiers.

"Take this time to reflect on both the challenges and accomplishments of the pastyear. We experienced some difficult and...
12/23/2021

"Take this time to reflect on both the challenges and accomplishments of the past
year. We experienced some difficult and demanding situations in 2021, and your
dedication to the mission and staunch professionalism are what carried us through
those moments."
Read more:

“Each of these incredible Soldiers and their families that we honor today, while from different parts of the country, di...
12/23/2021

“Each of these incredible Soldiers and their families that we honor today, while from different parts of the country, different walks of life, and different religious faiths, represent what is best about our Army."

Reead more: https://www.army.mil/article/252911/three_soldiers_inducted_into_pentagons_hall_of_heroes

“Each of these incredible Soldiers and their families that we honor today, while from different parts of the country, different walks of life, and different religious faiths, represent what is best about our Army."

Reead more: https://www.army.mil/article/252911/three_soldiers_inducted_into_pentagons_hall_of_heroes

The U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command command team met with trainees Dec. 20 at the Richmond International Airport...
12/22/2021
CASCOM senior leadership meets and greets Fort Lee Soldiers departing for holiday block leave

The U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command command team met with trainees Dec. 20 at the Richmond International Airport who are departing for the holiday block leave period.
Maj. Gen. Mark T. Simerly, CASCOM and Fort Lee commanding general, emphasized the importance of visiting Soldiers as they depart for the holidays.
“It’s always important for leadership to take time out of their schedules to talk and interact with their Soldiers, especially right before the holidays. ... By visiting our troops face-to-face, it reinforces the message that we care about our Soldiers and also sets a positive example of what great leaders do for their people."
To learn more about CASCOM HBL, visit the following link: www.dvidshub.net/audio/67951/

https://www.army.mil/article/252943

FORT LEE, Va. – On a cold Monday morning, Maj. Gen. Mark T. Simerly, U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command and Fort Lee commanding general, and Comman...

SHARP resources are always available to service members, regardless of location or leave status. Please do not hesitate ...
12/21/2021

SHARP resources are always available to service members, regardless of location or leave status. Please do not hesitate to ask for help.
Fort Lee 24 hour SHARP Hotline: 804-894-0029
DoD SAFE Helpline: (877)995-5247
www.SafeHelpLine.org

SHARP resources are always available to service members, regardless of location or leave status. Please do not hesitate to ask for help.
Fort Lee 24 hour SHARP Hotline: 804-894-0029
DoD SAFE Helpline: (877)995-5247
www.SafeHelpLine.org

Photos from Quartermaster School's post
12/20/2021

Photos from Quartermaster School's post

12/18/2021

Please read this winter holiday safety message for our #CASCOM leadership team.

Happy Holidays!

#SupportStartsHere

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12/17/2021

The Fort Lee Quartermaster and Army Women’s museums will be closed Dec. 20 – Jan. 3 and will resume normal business hours Jan. 4. For questions, call (804) 734-4327 or (804) 734-4203.

12/17/2021

Those who are picking up a service member from Fort Lee for Holiday Block Leave via privately owned vehicle are reminded that the designated pickup and return location is 1055 River Rd. Prince George, VA 23875. Please contact you service member’s chain of command for specific dates and times.

12/17/2021

Recapping a busy year that included support of the Afghan evacuation mission and the first steps toward potentially renaming Fort Lee, the U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command conducted a town hall for CASCOM personnel at Larkin Hall, Dec. 13.

Maj. Gen. Mark T. Simerly, CASCOM and Fort Lee commanding general, and CASCOM’s senior leadership team hosted the session in which many participated virtually and in-person attendance was limited to 50 individuals. It was the first town hall for him since taking command on July 9 of this year.

Read more about the CASCOM Town Hall here: https://www.army.mil/article/252849

#People #modernization #SupportStartsHere

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The Army and Air Force Exchange Service offers the following tip to those who want to support U.S. troops and their fami...
12/16/2021
Military Discounts On Top Brands, Women's Clothing, Fitness, Electronics | Shop Army & Air Force Exchange Service

The Army and Air Force Exchange Service offers the following tip to those who want to support U.S. troops and their families this holiday season. Anyone can purchase a gift card from the military retailer and have it sent to service members and military families overseas. The Exchange operates stores in all 50 states and more than 30 countries abroad. Gift cards can be any amount between $10-$500, and recipients can use them to purchase clothing, fuel, meals and more – making their holiday season a little bit brighter. For additional information, visit www.shopmyexchange.com/scs.

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The generous work of Operation Allies Welcome volunteers was acknowledged with awards presentations Dec. 14 in the Lee C...
12/15/2021

The generous work of Operation Allies Welcome volunteers was acknowledged with awards presentations Dec. 14 in the Lee Club. In the photo, CASCOM Deputy to the Commanding General Scott McConnell (second from right), and other members of the CASCOM and Fort Lee garrison command staffs, pose with the honorees. The volunteers – working in support of the Religious Services Office – made various contributions to the resettlement effort. They included sorting and preparing the massive amount of donations sent from all over the country in support of the Afghan evacuees. McConnell, who spoke during the event on behalf of Maj. Gen. Mark T. Simerly, CASCOM and Fort Lee commanding general, told the volunteers their impact was immeasurable and enduring: “If you look at the degrees of separation, those Afghans you impacted are going to tell stories to other Afghans,” he said, “and probably down the road, they’ll tell stories to other immigrants to this country on how well they were treated.” More than 20 volunteers were honored for their contributions. Fort Lee was the first installation to support OAW resettlement efforts, processing more than 3,000 Afghans during a five-month period (U.S. Army photo by T. Anthony Bell)

The generous work of Operation Allies Welcome volunteers was acknowledged with awards presentations Dec. 14 in the Lee Club. In the photo, CASCOM Deputy to the Commanding General Scott McConnell (second from right), and other members of the CASCOM and Fort Lee garrison command staffs, pose with the honorees. The volunteers – working in support of the Religious Services Office – made various contributions to the resettlement effort. They included sorting and preparing the massive amount of donations sent from all over the country in support of the Afghan evacuees. McConnell, who spoke during the event on behalf of Maj. Gen. Mark T. Simerly, CASCOM and Fort Lee commanding general, told the volunteers their impact was immeasurable and enduring: “If you look at the degrees of separation, those Afghans you impacted are going to tell stories to other Afghans,” he said, “and probably down the road, they’ll tell stories to other immigrants to this country on how well they were treated.” More than 20 volunteers were honored for their contributions. Fort Lee was the first installation to support OAW resettlement efforts, processing more than 3,000 Afghans during a five-month period (U.S. Army photo by T. Anthony Bell)

12/14/2021

All Kenner Laboratory Services, to include TMCs will close today at noon due to unforeseen circumstances. The last draw will be at 11:45 a.m. and will continue to accept lab drop-offs remaining of the day. Sorry for any inconvenience.

Money for college studies is available through the Defense Commissary Agency’s Scholarship for Military Children Program...
12/12/2021
Scholarship Programs - Fisher House Foundation

Money for college studies is available through the Defense Commissary Agency’s Scholarship for Military Children Program, administered by the Fisher House Foundation. The next application period begins Monday, Dec. 13. The agency is projecting awards of at least $2,000 each. At least one qualified applicant per commissary will be chosen. Dependents of active duty, reserve/guard or retired military personnel may apply. The application window closes Feb. 16, and winners will be announced around the middle of May. For further details and submission, visit

College scholarships for children of service members who died or became seriously injured in the line of duty since 9/11.

12/11/2021
Ray Ferguson, manager of Boppers Malt Shop, is joined by representatives of the Army and Air Force Exchange Service and ...
12/11/2021

Ray Ferguson, manager of Boppers Malt Shop, is joined by representatives of the Army and Air Force Exchange Service and the Hopewell Chamber of Commerce for the grand opening of his facility Friday in the mall area of the PXtra. Boppers’ menu consists of ice cream, coffees and baked goods. Ferguson, an Army retiree, said he is honored to serve those who serve: “I love being able to serve the military and their families and being able to give them littles glimpse of light so they can have fun,” he said. “As a Soldier, that’s sometimes hard to find.” Boppers will be expanded when renovation of an adjoining space is completed, said Ferguson. For more information about AAFES Fort Lee, visit www.shopmyexchange.com/company/storeDetails.jsp?storeId=1042401.

Ray Ferguson, manager of Boppers Malt Shop, is joined by representatives of the Army and Air Force Exchange Service and the Hopewell Chamber of Commerce for the grand opening of his facility Friday in the mall area of the PXtra. Boppers’ menu consists of ice cream, coffees and baked goods. Ferguson, an Army retiree, said he is honored to serve those who serve: “I love being able to serve the military and their families and being able to give them littles glimpse of light so they can have fun,” he said. “As a Soldier, that’s sometimes hard to find.” Boppers will be expanded when renovation of an adjoining space is completed, said Ferguson. For more information about AAFES Fort Lee, visit www.shopmyexchange.com/company/storeDetails.jsp?storeId=1042401.

Governor Northam among special guests at Holiday Helper Open House, “This is really my favorite event of the year – to c...
12/10/2021

Governor Northam among special guests at Holiday Helper Open House, “This is really my favorite event of the year – to come in here and see everybody getting together and making sure that not only our troops but also the children have a Christmas that is meaningful to them …,” said the commonwealth’s chief executive who will relinquish his gubernatorial duties next month. “Just to walk up each year and see bicycles and the shelves that are full of toys that will go to our children brings back the children in all of us, especially me.” – read the article at www.army.mil/article/252675

Governor Northam among special guests at Holiday Helper Open House, “This is really my favorite event of the year – to come in here and see everybody getting together and making sure that not only our troops but also the children have a Christmas that is meaningful to them …,” said the commonwealth’s chief executive who will relinquish his gubernatorial duties next month. “Just to walk up each year and see bicycles and the shelves that are full of toys that will go to our children brings back the children in all of us, especially me.” – read the article at www.army.mil/article/252675

12/10/2021

The Army Public Health Command has released the results of its inaugural Health of the Army Family Report. It offers an in-depth analysis of what is known and unknown about the health of the Army Family and the unique military events that affect, and are affected by, the family’s health status. The report is available at phc.amedd.army.mil/topics/campaigns/armyfamily/Pages/default.aspx.

Photos from U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command's post
12/09/2021

Photos from U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command's post

12/09/2021

Kenner Army Health Clinic is hosting a COVID-19 Vaccination Drive for Kenner beneficiaries 18 and up, Dec. 13-17 in the 1st floor break room from 8 - 11 a.m. (This includes Active Duty Service Members, Active Duty Family Members, and Retirees)

The drive comprises of the First and Second, COVID-19 vaccines (Pfizer and Moderna) and the Booster shot who have completed their primary Pfizer and Moderna vaccine series at least 6 months ago or their Johnson & Johnson Janssen vaccine (1 shot) at least two months ago.

To make an appointment for vaccine, please contact the Kenner Army Health Clinic Appointment Line at 1-866-LEE-KAHC (533-5242), option 1 during the hours of 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Please bring your CDC vaccination card and ID card with you.

Note:

· The Occupational Health Clinic continues to administer vaccines to DA Civilians and Contractors every Friday from 1-3 p.m., by appointment only. For appointment, please call 804-734-9159.
· Pediatrics offers vaccine for ages 5-17. (See flyers attached)
5-11, COVID-19 vaccine is given by appointment only every Wednesday from 1-2 p.m.
12-17, vaccine given every Friday from 1-3 p.m.

Did you know roughly 15 percent of Americans experience overwhelming feelings of loneliness, depression, disappointment,...
12/09/2021
Experts offer advice for those burdened with holiday blues

Did you know roughly 15 percent of Americans experience overwhelming feelings of loneliness, depression, disappointment, stress, grief or disconnectedness during the holidays? It’s just a fact of life that humans are subject to periodic sadness, particularly if they feel removed from or unable to enjoy typical seasonal festivities. “Instead of looking around at what you may be missing this year, consider what’s available and accessible for you,” suggests behavioral health experts from Kenner Clinic. Read more about the advice they and others offer in the article at the following link, www.army.mil/article/252531.

FORT LEE, Va. – Here’s a question from the Kenner Army Health Clinic staff: “What are you giving yourself this holiday season?”

In episode seven of the Fort Lee Podcast, Col. Joseph Colacicco, CASCOM director of training, G3/5/7, discusses the impo...
12/08/2021
‎The Fort Lee Podcast on Apple Podcasts

In episode seven of the Fort Lee Podcast, Col. Joseph Colacicco, CASCOM director of training, G3/5/7, discusses the importance of holiday block leave and current procedures in place to help mitigate Soldier exposure to COVID-19. In the second segment, Col. Thomas Allen, Fort Lee senior command chaplain, discusses the planned religious services throughout the holiday season and some of the ways the Religious Support Office is helping service members.

iTunes - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/1574191117

Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/20HoJn1L8pCxsq8MuNZXDs

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Be sure to mark your calendars, Fort Lee Family Housing Residents … Santa Claus is coming to town! This Sunday (Dec. 12)...
12/08/2021
First responders will es**rt Santa during DES Holiday Parade

Be sure to mark your calendars, Fort Lee Family Housing Residents … Santa Claus is coming to town! This Sunday (Dec. 12) from 5:30-7:30 p.m., a convoy of fire trucks and police vehicles will es**rt Saint Nick through installation housing areas during the annual Directorate of Emergency Services Holiday Parade. For the route and other details, see the article at the following link, www.army.mil/article/252505.

FORT LEE, Va. – A convoy of fire trucks and police vehicles will es**rt Santa Claus through installation housing areas during the annual Directorate of...

12/07/2021
TRADOC Band

The Magnolia Winds, a quintet from the TRADOC Band based at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, spread a little holiday cheer with a mini-concert staged in the U.S. Army Garrison headquarters building Dec. 6. USAG employees there were treated to a 30-minute set that included several holiday favorites such as “The Christmas Song.” Group members were Spc. Cassandra Gammon, flute; Spc. Christina Placetti, oboe; Cpl. Nathan Bishop, French horn; Spc. David Yang; bassoon; Sgt. Pazel Cislari, clarinet.

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Preparing now for inevitable cold-weather storms was the central point of a recent Winter Weather Seminar at Fort Lee. T...
12/07/2021
With winter wallop likely in weeks ahead, emergency planners promote preparation

Preparing now for inevitable cold-weather storms was the central point of a recent Winter Weather Seminar at Fort Lee. The Installation Operations Center team noted how Virginia, historically, has experienced record-breaking ice and snowstorms almost every year for the past decade. There are steps all community members should take to ensure they’re not caught off guard if weather conditions result in shutdowns and stay-at-home directives. Read more in a recently published article at www.army.mil/article/252499.

FORT LEE, Va. – “Actually, we never know what to expect,” admitted Thomas Loden, installation emergency manager with the Directorate of Plans, Training,...

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