Joint Base Myer - Henderson Hall

Joint Base Myer - Henderson Hall Welcome to the official Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall fan page on Facebook. For more information please visit us at www.army.mil/jbmhh. Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall – Serves as the base support of operations for the Joint Force Headquarters – National Capital Region and U.S.

Military District of Washington (JFHQ-NCR – MDW), Fort McNair, D.C., and provide support for the execution of the JFHQ-NCR – MDW missions of homeland defense, defense support to civil authorities and world-class ceremonial, musical and special event missions. The Joint Base, headquartered at Fort Myer, provides some 150,000 active duty, reserve component and retired military personnel, family members and civilian workforce with modern, clean, safe facilities and services. While history and pageantry prevail, JBM-HH provide administrative, housing, recreation and support to active duty, reserve component, retired military and Department of Defense (DoD) civilian personnel stationed or living in the National Capital Region.

Military District of Washington (JFHQ-NCR – MDW), Fort McNair, D.C., and provide support for the execution of the JFHQ-NCR – MDW missions of homeland defense, defense support to civil authorities and world-class ceremonial, musical and special event missions. The Joint Base, headquartered at Fort Myer, provides some 150,000 active duty, reserve component and retired military personnel, family members and civilian workforce with modern, clean, safe facilities and services. While history and pageantry prevail, JBM-HH provide administrative, housing, recreation and support to active duty, reserve component, retired military and Department of Defense (DoD) civilian personnel stationed or living in the National Capital Region.

Mission: JBM-HH synchronizes, integrates, and delivers installation services while sustaining facilities in support of JFHQ-NCR/MDW and the JBM-HH community in order to enable a ready and resilient Joint Force. On order, supports JFHQ-NCR/MDW & JTF-NCR homeland defense, defense support of civil authorities, and other contingency operations in the NCR.

Operating as usual

The Andrew Rader US Army Health Clinic (ARUSAHC) announces changes to its pharmacy drive-thru operation. The clinic will...
11/17/2020

The Andrew Rader US Army Health Clinic (ARUSAHC) announces changes to its pharmacy drive-thru operation. The clinic will utilize a drive-thru tent with two lanes for in-processing and guide patrons through the pharmacy experience. Once the in-processing portion is completed in the drive-thru, a customer is free to park and will be notified via text message when prescriptions are ready for pick-up. Upon notification, the customer will walk-up to the pharmacy entrance door and will be met by a clinic team member with the medications. A military ID card will be required for verification. Rader Clinic requests everyone’s support and patience as they navigate and streamline this new process.

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Due to the current COVID-19 situation across the nation and within the National Capital Region, it is with great regret ...
11/16/2020
Arlington National Cemetery

Due to the current COVID-19 situation across the nation and within the National Capital Region, it is with great regret that Arlington National Cemetery is cancelling Wreaths Across America at Arlington National Cemetery and the Soldiers’ and Airmen’s Home Cemetery on December 19, 2020.

Following a thorough analysis of the annual Wreaths Across America Wreaths-In event this year, and in close collaboration with the Joint Task Force, National Capital Region, we determined that we could not implement sufficient controls to mitigate the risks associated with hosting an event of this size under current and forecasted infection and transmission rates, while still conducting a respectful and honorable public event.

“We did not make this decision lightly. Despite the controls developed to disperse potential crowds in time and space, and required personal safety protocols, we determined that hosting any event of this scale risked compromising our ability to accomplish our core mission of laying veterans and their eligible family members to rest,” stated Karen Durham-Aguilera, Executive Director, Office of Army National Cemeteries and Arlington National Cemetery. “We reviewed various options to safely execute this long standing event and held numerous consultations with WAA leadership and local government and public health officials. We understand that although this is disappointing for so many, we could no longer envision a way to safely accommodate the large number of visitors we typically host during this event.”

ANC’s most sacred mission to lay our nation’s veterans and their family members to rest continues during this COVID-19 environment. In order to ensure that our primary mission takes place, and to protect our workforce and visitors, the cemetery is taking this proactive step to adhere to the guidance outlined by the CDC to prevent contracting or spreading respiratory illnesses like the flu or COVID-19.

“Our strong hope is to be able to resume hosting this great event next year in 2021,” said Charles “Ray” Alexander, Superintendent, Arlington National Cemetery. “While many of our families and visitors associate the wreath event with the holiday season, we thank all the thousands of volunteers who had planned to take this time to Honor, Remember, and Explore those who are laid to rest at our nation’s most hallowed ground. We invite everyone to virtually visit the cemetery through our multimedia platforms @ArlingtonNatl.”

Family pass holders and visitors are still welcome to visit the cemetery on their own schedules and place graveside tributes of privately purchased flowers or wreaths in accordance with our floral policy, located on the cemetery website at www.arlingtoncemetery.mil/Funerals/After-the-Funeral/Floral-Wreath-Tributes-at-Gravesite

If this notification impacts your participation in the Wreaths Across America event, please visit their website for updated information: http://www.wreathsaccrossamerica.org/

Visit our website (www.arlingtoncemetery.mil) and social media platforms (@ArlingtonNatl) for the most updated visitor information and COVID-19 policies and procedures, or contact our call center at 877-907-8585.

US Army Military District of Washington

Due to the current COVID-19 situation across the nation and within the National Capital Region, it is with great regret that Arlington National Cemetery is cancelling Wreaths Across America at Arlington National Cemetery and the Soldiers’ and Airmen’s Home Cemetery on December 19, 2020.

Following a thorough analysis of the annual Wreaths Across America Wreaths-In event this year, and in close collaboration with the Joint Task Force, National Capital Region, we determined that we could not implement sufficient controls to mitigate the risks associated with hosting an event of this size under current and forecasted infection and transmission rates, while still conducting a respectful and honorable public event.

“We did not make this decision lightly. Despite the controls developed to disperse potential crowds in time and space, and required personal safety protocols, we determined that hosting any event of this scale risked compromising our ability to accomplish our core mission of laying veterans and their eligible family members to rest,” stated Karen Durham-Aguilera, Executive Director, Office of Army National Cemeteries and Arlington National Cemetery. “We reviewed various options to safely execute this long standing event and held numerous consultations with WAA leadership and local government and public health officials. We understand that although this is disappointing for so many, we could no longer envision a way to safely accommodate the large number of visitors we typically host during this event.”

ANC’s most sacred mission to lay our nation’s veterans and their family members to rest continues during this COVID-19 environment. In order to ensure that our primary mission takes place, and to protect our workforce and visitors, the cemetery is taking this proactive step to adhere to the guidance outlined by the CDC to prevent contracting or spreading respiratory illnesses like the flu or COVID-19.

“Our strong hope is to be able to resume hosting this great event next year in 2021,” said Charles “Ray” Alexander, Superintendent, Arlington National Cemetery. “While many of our families and visitors associate the wreath event with the holiday season, we thank all the thousands of volunteers who had planned to take this time to Honor, Remember, and Explore those who are laid to rest at our nation’s most hallowed ground. We invite everyone to virtually visit the cemetery through our multimedia platforms @ArlingtonNatl.”

Family pass holders and visitors are still welcome to visit the cemetery on their own schedules and place graveside tributes of privately purchased flowers or wreaths in accordance with our floral policy, located on the cemetery website at www.arlingtoncemetery.mil/Funerals/After-the-Funeral/Floral-Wreath-Tributes-at-Gravesite

If this notification impacts your participation in the Wreaths Across America event, please visit their website for updated information: https://www.wreathsacrossamerica.org/

Visit our website (www.arlingtoncemetery.mil) and social media platforms (@ArlingtonNatl) for the most updated visitor information and COVID-19 policies and procedures, or contact our call center at 877-907-8585.

Effective on Monday, November 16, Smith Gym is open to Active Duty Personnel ONLY. 100% ID Card check is in effect. Smit...
11/16/2020

Effective on Monday, November 16, Smith Gym is open to Active Duty Personnel ONLY. 100% ID Card check is in effect. Smith Gym is open Monday - Friday during a limited time per the following schedule: 5:30am - 7:30am, 11:00am - 1:00pm, 4:00pm - 6:00pm.
Face masks required. Only 50 patrons are allowed inside the facility at a time. Availability is on a first come first served basis. We ask that all workouts do not exceed 1 HOUR. Unit training reservations and recreational usage of the facility is prohibited. Locker rooms and showers are closed. One unisex restroom is available for use. Group workouts are prohibited. No Unit or Group PT permitted.

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Join the Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall Army Community Service (ACS) Family Advocacy Program tomorrow for Transparenting...
11/16/2020

Join the Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall Army Community Service (ACS) Family Advocacy Program tomorrow for Transparenting tomorrow from noon to 2 p.m.

This seminar is designed to provide parents who are separated or divorced with the tools to ensure that they are able to continue supporting and encouraging their children despite the breakup of the family unit.

Email [email protected] for more information and to register.

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The #GreatAmericanSmokeout is an annual day set aside to encourage smokers to go 24 hours without smoking a cigarette. T...
11/16/2020

The #GreatAmericanSmokeout is an annual day set aside to encourage smokers to go 24 hours without smoking a cigarette. This year's observance is Thursday, Nov. 19.

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11/13/2020

PHARMACY CHANGES starting Monday November 16th at Andrew Rader US Army Health Clinic (ARUSAHC). The pharmacy team is excited to share that they are upgrading their drive-thru operation to better serve you, while keeping the team members safe and healthy.

They will utilize a drive through tent with two lanes for in-processing and to guide you through your pharmacy experience. With this new process, they will be able to notify you via text message when your prescriptions are ready for pick-up. Once you complete the in-processing portion in the drive-thru you are free to park or return when you receive your text message.

When you are notified you will walk-up to the pharmacy entrance door where a team member will meet you with your medications. Military ID card required for verification. Thank you for your support and patience as we navigate and streamline this new process.

US Army Military District of Washington

11/13/2020

The US Postal Service located on the Fort Myer portion of the joint base will close at 12:30 p.m. today. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your support.

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#TeamJBMHH families and their children can receive some holiday cheer from Santa Claus via virtual visits through a part...
11/13/2020

#TeamJBMHH families and their children can receive some holiday cheer from Santa Claus via virtual visits through a partnership with the Army & Air Force Exchange Service and JingleRing. 🎅

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Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall families and their children can receive some holiday cheer from Santa Claus via virtual visits through a partnership with the Army & Air Force Exchange Service and JingleRing.

Electric Portable Space Heater SafetyDid you know two in five deaths in space heater fires involve portable electric spa...
11/13/2020

Electric Portable Space Heater Safety

Did you know two in five deaths in space heater fires involve portable electric space heaters? Heat safely.

US Army Military District of Washington Fort McNair Engine Company 46

The iWatchArmyMDW Community Reporting System enhances installation security, your protection and the security and safety...
11/13/2020

The iWatchArmyMDW Community Reporting System enhances installation security, your protection and the security and safety of your family members. Use this system to report and send photos/videos of suspicious activity, persons, or vehicles.

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In today's #Pentagram, New museum tells story of US Army. Read this and more at, https://home.army.mil/jbmhh/application...
11/12/2020

In today's #Pentagram, New museum tells story of US Army. Read this and more at,https://home.army.mil/jbmhh/application/files/8716/0519/9654/Nov._12_2020_Digital_Pentagram_final.pdf

An exhibit at the National Museum of the United States Army illustrates the operations of a Higgins Boat landing craft that is loading up for the landings in Normandy, France, on D-Day. Photo by Lisa Ferdinando

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Joint Base Myer - Henderson Hall's cover photo
11/12/2020

Joint Base Myer - Henderson Hall's cover photo

11/11/2020
The United States Army Band

The United States Army Band

Tune in for a LIVE #ArtsAcrossAmerica performance! 🗣💻🎼

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts presents a Veteran’s Day Concert with the acclaimed U.S. Army Chorus—the vocal counterpart of The United States Army Band—covering a broad spectrum which includes pop, Broadway, folk, and classical music. Arts Across America is brought to you by Facebook.

Presented as part of Arts Across America—a live performance series presented Mondays through Fridays to uplift & showcase artists from across the country. Learn more at http://kennedy-center.org/artsacrossamerica/

11/11/2020
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National Veterans Day Observance 2020

Join us for the 67th annual National Veterans Day Observance live from Arlington National Cemetery.

Join us for the 67th annual National Veterans Day Observance live from Arlington National Cemetery.

On Wednesday, Nov. 11, the USO-Metro will be hosting a “Harvest Market” to provide fresh produce and non-perishable good...
11/11/2020

On Wednesday, Nov. 11, the USO-Metro will be hosting a “Harvest Market” to provide fresh produce and non-perishable goods free of charge to active duty military families, veterans and retirees. The event will take place at the #TeamJBMHH Community Center from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for active duty service members and their families, and from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. for veterans, retirees and their families.
The goods will be pre-packaged and delivered via contactless drive-through or walk-up service lines at the Community Center. Signs will be posted and volunteers will be on site to direct customers on where to line up. Customers are asked to arrive no earlier than 11:15 a.m. Wednesday. Be advised that Tri-Services Parking lots B and C, across from the Community Center, will be closed Wednesday, Nov. 11, to accommodate the USO’s Harvest Market event.

US Army Military District of Washington

On Wednesday, Nov. 11, the USO-Metro will be hosting a “Harvest Market” to provide fresh produce and non-perishable goods free of charge to active duty military families, veterans and retirees. The event will take place at the #TeamJBMHH Community Center from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for active duty service members and their families, and from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. for veterans, retirees and their families.

The goods will be pre-packaged and delivered via contactless drive-through or walk-up service lines at the Community Center. Signs will be posted and volunteers will be on site to direct customers on where to line up. Customers are asked to arrive no earlier than 11:15 a.m. Wednesday. Be advised that Tri-Services Parking lots B and C, across from the Community Center, will be closed Wednesday, Nov. 11, to accommodate the USO’s Harvest Market event.

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11/11/2020
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This Veterans Day, we pay tribute to all who have served. Your service and sacrifice has made America truly beautiful.

#veteransday2020 #veteransday #neverforgotten

This Veterans Day, we pay tribute to all who have served. Your service and sacrifice has made America truly beautiful.

#veteransday2020 #veteransday #neverforgotten

3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard)
11/10/2020

3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard)

During the early part of the 19th century, Soldiers of the 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) wove strips of rawhide into the black shoulder straps of their knapsacks to show their pride in their distinctive colors.

Adopted in 1792, the black and buff colors were in keeping with traditional Regimental colors. In May of 1922, the Adjutant General approved the use of the Buff Strap with General Order 6.

Today, Soldiers assigned to the 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment must go through the Regimental Orientation Program (ROP) before they are awarded the coveted Buff Strap. ROP is a three-week program designed to train new Soldiers in rifle movements, ceremonial marching and uniform styles unique to The Old Guard.

Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall wishes a happy birthday to our Marines and more, in this week's #TeamJBMHH e-newsletter!h...
11/10/2020

Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall wishes a happy birthday to our Marines and more, in this week's #TeamJBMHH e-newsletter!
https://home.army.mil/jbmhh/application/files/6816/0503/1754/Nov_10_2020_enewsletter.pdf

Headquarters Marine Corps, Henderson Hall, Headquarters & Service Battalion MCCS Henderson Hall US Army Military District of Washington JBMHH Army Education Hub JB Myer-Henderson Hall Soldier for Life - Transition Assistance Program 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) JBM-HH Religious Support Office

The Testing Center at the Fort Myer Education Center has resumed operation! Please note that #COVID19 requirements are s...
11/10/2020

The Testing Center at the Fort Myer Education Center has resumed operation! Please note that #COVID19 requirements are strongly enforced and a face mask must be worn upon entry and during testing. You must reach out to the Testing Center to schedule an appointment; no walk-ins will be accepted. Please contact 703-696-9173 to schedule an appointment.

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Enjoy this Thanksgiving with  Patton Hall's Food To Go! #thanksgivingtogo #thanksgiving #jbmhhfmwr #quarantine2020 #alon...
11/10/2020

Enjoy this Thanksgiving with Patton Hall's Food To Go!
#thanksgivingtogo #thanksgiving #jbmhhfmwr #quarantine2020 #alonetogether

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Enjoy this Thanksgiving with Patton Hall's Food To Go!

#thanksgivingtogo #thanksgiving #jbmhhfmwr #quarantine2020 #alonetogether

Virginia Secretary of Veterans and Defense Affairs
11/10/2020
Virginia Secretary of Veterans and Defense Affairs

Virginia Secretary of Veterans and Defense Affairs

Happy 245th Birthday to the U.S. Marine Corps!

#Virginia is proud to be home to over 26,000 Marines and their families and is home to Marine Corps Base Quantico, Joint Base Myer - Henderson Hall, and many other Marine detachments.

The Governor of Virginia issued the proclamation below in recognition of the Marines’ birthday and we hope you will read it to learn more about how the Marines and their families are an integral part of our communities across the Commonwealth.

#Marines #USMC #245th #OORAH

https://www.governor.virginia.gov/newsroom/proclamations/proclamation/245th-birthday-of-the-united-states-marine-corps.html

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Is there any update for when Patton Hall and/or the pool will open?
Will the bowling alley open up this summer for kids
When are the outdoor pools going to be opening PLEASE
Where can I find the current HPCON level?
Thank You and Happy Easter from Eveleth, MN.
Maybe someone here can help us, we are retired military and use the Ft Myer Commissary. Due to an error, our Star Card was charged twice for the same purchase and we cannot get a response from Star Card other than to confirm we were billed twice. My husband went to the commissary and obtained copies of the duplicate receipts that were billed to our account for the same items within a few minutes of each other. We have called numerous times, mailed, and faxed the information to the contacts provided. Everyone says they cannot fix it. If it was a few dollars we would consider it a donation, but this is hundreds and we cannot afford it as retirees. Has anyone here had a similar experience? Is there anywhere to file a complaint other than with Star Card or the Commissary? Thank you in advance.
It was pretty nice to see the commissary employees taking so many precautions to keep everyone safe and healthy this evening. What wasn’t so nice to see were the few customers who were shopping with no regard for other people’s health. Given the ages and health conditions of so many Fort Myer community members, I don’t understand why folks continue to patronize public spaces without face masks.
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I don't know who to contact, but want to send a serious "Bravo Zulu" to JBMHH for starting to ring the carillon and broadcast the 2300 Taps from the Post again. I live 5 blocks outside of the Post and SERIOUSLY appreciate the comfort that I feel when those sounds waft up the hill to our area. Even my non-military support neighbors have commented about the peacefulness of the sounds when so much else speaks panic. Thank you, and keep the speaker sounds as loud as you want!! Marguerite J. Campbell, Col, USMC (Retired)
Is the pool open for lap swimmers?