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United States Army
Van Noy Library
9800 Belvoir Road
Fort Belvoir, VA 22060
Library programs differ by branch of service. You may have access to things like tutoring, educational courses, online programs and a variety of print and electronic materials. Hours, contact information and closings can be found here or by calling your installation’s library.
Get to know the Army general libraries. You will find something for soldiers and families in all locations and military stages. There are 62 libraries across seven countries with physical collections in all formats. They support professional, educational and recreational reading.
Installation libraries play an important role for soldiers. They offer technical publications to support job requirements and career development. Soldiers can earn college degrees and certifications, update promotion packages, prepare for transition or retirement and more. Computers are available for completing training or personal education.
These libraries are also a “community couch” with programming, study and meeting spaces. There is something for everyone, including book clubs, story times and walks, game and movie nights. A themed summer reading program provides family fun. Evening and weekend hours accommodate busy schedules.
Makerspaces are now available in many Army libraries. All ages can explore and enjoy science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics.
Soldiers and their dependents who are deployed or in remote locations can use the Army MWR Library Online. It offers a wide variety of electronic databases and downloadable content. Contact your installation library for questions about registration. If you’re not near an installation library, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Defense Department service members and their families can also use the online DOD MWR Libraries. The libraries have a wide range of online resources for children and adults. Access free tutoring, finance and language classes, career transition assistance, car care advice, legal forms and much more. Visit Military OneSource today to see what the DOD MWR Libraries can do for you and your family.
The Library is located at 9800 Belvoir Road, Bldg. 200, Fort Belvoir. The telephone number is 703-805-4244.
Sat - Sun: ClosedMon.: 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.Tue.: 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.Wed. thru Fri.: 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
*Closed on all Federal Holidays.*
The library is open to Military stationed at Fort Belvoir (including TDY) and your family, members of armed forces and their families residing in the area, retired military and their families living in the area, and DoD civilians working/living in the area. Present the appropriate ID, register, and you can begin borrowing immediately.
A collection of circulating books, biographies, and non-circulating reference materials on military history are in the Military History Room. History books are also located on the 1st floor in the non-fiction section.
Magazines, newspapers, Consumer Reports, used car price guides, and related materials may not be checked out but are available for leisure reading or research.
Non-circulating reference books on a variety of subjects are available for research. Online databases are available here on this webpage, look on the right side of the page.
Circulating fiction and non-fiction books are on the 1st floor. We are currently in process of updating the collection to be able to offer you the latest and greatest.
DVD's: adventure, classics, foreign language, documentaries, instructional, children's, performance and award winning films. You'll find it all here.
Audio Books, or "talking books", of current fiction, classics, non-fiction and biographies are available.
Young Adult Collection
The YA collection has a new home near the circulation desk. It is continuously growing with fiction, non-fiction and reference books. You will also find audio books and some graphic novels.
In the Children's Library, parents and children can can find books, participate in summer reading programs and activities, attend story-hours, use a computer together, or ask staff about great books to read.
The most current and most used reference materials. A Reference Librarian is on hand to assist with research projects, offer instruction in using online resources, and to help locate needed information.