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United States Army
3212 A Avenue
Fort Lee, VA 23801
Here, you’ll find contact information for key programs and services and contacts at this installation.
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Mission and Vision
Integrate and deliver Base Operations that enable Training in support of readiness.
Committed to Service in the Fort Lee Community!
Lines of Effort
Develop professional installation workforce
Infrastructure Sustainment and Revitalization
Adaptive, cohesive, empowered, motivated and informed workforce
Develop current and future leaders through teaching, coaching, and mentoring
Promote and support a Ready and Resilient Community
Customer Focused Service
Maximize Base Ops and Services
331 Partnership Process
Proper utilization of Real Property
Net Zero Installation (Water, waste, energy)
Communicate and build trust with our stakeholders
Lead effort to implement the PAR and develop accurate metrics through the CoPs
Showcase the Installation; facilities, people and processes
Transformation: preparing for the future through a culture of innovation
Focus on Force Protection to ensure a safer Community
SECURITY, HEALTH AND WELLNESS
Emergency (Fire, Police, Medical) 911 Kenner Army Health Clinic 866-533-5242
Dental Appointment 804-734-9607 Behavior Health/Dental on call 804-734-9000
Sexual Assault Hotline 804-894-0029 Nurse Advice After Hours 877-874-2273, Option 1
Domestic Abuse Hotline 804-479-6775 Army Emergency Relief 804-734-7952
Military Police Desk 804-734-7400
Fort Lee has two DSN prefixes.
Requirements to enter Fort Lee:
***Visitors are required to present the following documents to enter Fort Lee:
March 14, 2020
UPDATE (3:41 p.m. EST, 3/14/2020): Per the Senior Commander, personnel with orders to report to Fort Lee should remain in place if they have not already begun traveling here.The Department of Defense has announced new restrictions on domestic travel for all personnel. U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command and Fort Lee leaders are engaged in daily meetings/calls to address the rapidly evolving COVID-19 response and provide command guidance.
March 13, 2020
This command is focused on accurate communication of threat and response measures. We are not speculating about matters that are outside the scope of our authority. With that thought in mind, here are the latest updates:
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