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United States Air Force
45 Nealy Ave
Hampton, VA 23665
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The 633rd Air Base Wing Mission Statement: Provide mission-ready warfighters, agile combat support, global sustainment operations, and premier installation support; deliver worldwide medical humanitarian support through the Global Response Force. Wing Priorities: Unyielding focus on mission readiness, conspicuous compliance with standards, Dedication to Service core values. Motto: Bonum Bono Accumulate (Accumulate Good Upon Good).
Fort Eustis is known for its association with Army Transportation, Army Aviation, and as the home to the Army's Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC). TRADOC recruits, trains, and educates the Army, driving constant improvement and change to ensure the Total Army can deter, fight and win on any battlefield now and into the future.
The TRADOC Commander's vision is to lead the Army's transition into the future by shaping the Army of 2020, developing adaptive leaders and organizations, modernizing equipment, and revolutionizing training to strengthen the Nation's adaptive land force for decisive action.
JBLE is located in a hurricane zone, and hurricane season lasts from June-November. Many base agencies and local television stations offer tips and information on preparing for a hurricane, so you and your family will have plenty of opportunities to be prepared. Ready.gov is an excellent website for more information on preparing an emergency kit, making a family plan, and being generally informed about emergency weather systems. Visit the Virginia Department of Emergency Management for "Know Your Zone" information https://www.vaemergency.gov/hurricane-evacuation-zone-lookup/.
Cell phone use on base must be hands free only. Texting is prohibited while driving at all times by Virginia state law.
Looking to learn more about Joint Base Langley-Eustis? View the in-depth overview.
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