Fort Eustis is a military base facility of the United States military located in Newport News, Virginia. The base was established in 1918. Ft. Eustis is the East Coast's central transportations operations center and is home to a Transportation Museum and Transportation School. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fort Eustis, Virginia"
Fort Lee is a census-designated place located in Prince George County, Virginia. As of the 2000 census, the CDP had a total population of 7,269. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fort Lee, Virginia"
Fort Monroe, Virginia (also known as Fortress Monroe) is a military installation located at Old Point Comfort on the tip of the Virginia Peninsula at the mouth of Hampton Roads on the Chesapeake Bay in eastern Virginia in the United States. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fort Monroe"
Fort Myer is a U.S. Army post adjacent to Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington County, Virginia, across the Potomac River from Washington, DC. It is a small post by US Army standards, and has no ranges or field training areas. Most of its private quarters are occupied by officers, among whom include many prominent generals assigned to the Department of Defense at the Pentagon. Some of the more notable of Ft. Myer's residents include the Air Force Chief of Staff, T. Michael Moseley, and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Peter Pace, ( USMC). ...more on Wikipedia about "Fort Myer"
Fort Story Military Reservation is a facility of the U.S. Army located in the independent city of Virginia Beach, Virginia at Cape Henry. It is a sub-installation of the US Army Transportation Center and Fort Eustis. Fort Story is the prime location and training environment for both Army amphibious operations and Joint Logistics-Over-the-Shore (LOTS) training events. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fort Story"
Fort Wool (originally named Fort Calhoun) was the companion to Fort Monroe in protecting Hampton Roads. Originally conceived in 1817, Fort Calhoun was built on a 15 acre (61,000 m²) artificial island southeast of Old Point Comfort in Hampton, Virginia. Construction and repairs continued for decades, because the foundation was unstable. The first level of casemates was finished in 1830. Construction continued through the 1830's, when Andrew Jackson came to escape from the heat of Washington, D.C. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fort Wool"
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