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The sections below contain useful information, phone numbers, addresses and resources both on and off-base for new personnel and families arriving at Fort Eustis.

For more helpful information and resources, be sure to visit FORT EUSTIS MWR online.

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When you arrive at FORT EUSTIS, you'll have to make a few stops to ensure you in-process properly.


If you are permanent party arriving at Fort Eustis during normal duty hours (8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday) report directly to the Military Personnel Branch at 650 Monroe Ave (Bldg. 650)

Officers report to room 124
Phone: (757) 878-4817

Enlisted personnel report to room 131
Phone: (757) 878-2953

Personnel arriving after duty hours should contact the gaining unit
       (757) 501-7094
       213 Calhoun St.
        Sr DENTAC NCO | (757) 871-9421
       U.S Army Transportation School
        Contact Sponsor or call (757) 878-1371
       128th Aviation Brigade
       S1 NCOIC | (757) 878-6609
       Report to Building 2717, Room 3
       93rd Signal Brigade 
       (757) 503-1704
       Report to Building 662, Room 119
       (757) 314-7864
       Report to 576 McDonald Army Health Center
       7th Transportation Brigade
       (757) 878-1834
       825 Monroe Ave.
       Building 825, EOC Room 108

Families may stay at General Smalls Inn, located at 1700 Madison Ave.
Phone: (757) 878-5807

Personnel must wear duty uniform during in-processing at Fort Eustis. Members must have their personnel records, all PCS orders, DA Form 31, medical, dental and financial records.
NEWCOMERS BRIEF | Soldiers and Spouses are highly encouraged to attend. The brief offers essential information about the installation and community resources. For more information, contact Army Community Service at (757) 878-3638.

Moving can be overwhelming, especially when it comes to packing up your households and shipping across the country, or even around the world.
Rely on JBLE's Travel Management Offices to help keep your move on schedule.

Fort Eustis Travel Management Office :
(757) 878-4664




Click here for BASE ACCESS 101


Gate 1 (Main Gate) | 24/7
Gate 2 | 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday - Friday; closed weekends and holidays.
*Please note: Gate hours are normal operating hours. Please monitor our social media pages for any temporary closures or changes.

Upon arrival to JBLE, contact 1-800-TRICARE to update your location for yourself and dependents.




The JBLE Resiliency Network includes a wealth of resources to help personnel and families find support for everything from behavioral health, family support, deployment issues, sexual assault, domestic violence and child abuse, spiritual services and more.

Fort Eustis Resiliency

JBLE's Veterinary Clinics are available to care for pets, and can ensure man's best friend is happy and healthy.

The Fort Eustis Veterinary Branch provides outpatient services for pets of active-duty and retired military personnel and their families at the Fort Eustis and Langley Air Force Base Veterinary Treatment Facilities. The Fort Eustis VTF operates clinics for immunizations, parasite control and diagnosis and treatment of diseases that pose a potential threat to the health of the command and its animal population. The clinic does not provide surgical, extensive medical or emergency care. Routine services are available for pets of all personnel authorized medical care. Pets living on post must be registered within 10 days of arrival at the Fort Eustis VTF. Owners must provide proof of a current rabies vaccination. Animal care services are by appointment only.

SERVICES (by appointment only) :

Vaccinations for dogs and cats (rabies only for ferrets)
     ► Limited sick call (pets can be seen for all problems although cannot be treated for all, civilian veterinarian care will be
     ► Emergency care to save life, limb, or eye sight. Pet will be stabilized then referred to a civilian veterinarian. All other emergencies
         must seek civilian care
     ► Limited diagnostics heartworm/ehrlichia/lyme checks for dogs, leukemia/feline infectious anemia for cats, skin/hair cultures for
         fungal infections, skin scapes formites, ear swabs for bacteria, fungus and mites, and fecal analysis for intestinal parasites


► Notify military police about all stray animals found on post.
     ► Contact the nearest SPCA; Peninsula SPCA or Newport News Animal Control at (757) 595-7387
     ► The Fort Eustis vet clinic WILL NOT take in stray animals.

Fort Eustis Vet Clinic
580 Jefferson Ave.
Fort Eustis, Va.
(757) 878-5824

Hours of Operation :
Monday - Friday | 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Closed weekends and holidays

In accordance with Joint Base Langley-Eustis command, all personnel with Non-classified Internet Protocol (NIPR) system access are required to register and activate their AtHoc icon upon arrival to the installation. For more information, click here.



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