Firearms Instructor and Department of Army Police Officer Daniel Carvajal Jr. (right) instructs fellow Officer Shawn S. Cottingham on how to use the M-68 reflex sight mounted on his M-16 during weapons qualification this week here on U.S. Army Garrison Fort A.P. Hill.

Fort A.P. Hill Army Police conduct semiannual weapons qualification.

Several Fort A.P. Hill Department of Army Police officers conducted semiannual weapons qualification this week on Range 8....READ MORE

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Commander




Lt. Col. David A. Meyer, Commander, Fort A.P. Hill

Garrison Commander's Page

Command Sergeant Major




CSM Weiquan Alex Ho, Command Sergeant Major, Fort A.P. Hill

Garrison Command Sergeant Major's Message

MISSION

Mission Statement:
Fort A.P. Hill, a Regional Training Center, provides flexible, relevant training facilities and resources in order to enable Army, Joint and Interagency Readiness. On order, support contingency operations in the mid-Atlantic and National Capital regions.

Vision:
Fort A.P. Hill remains relevant and responsive to customer needs. Strives to provide responsive, adaptive training support to emerging requirements to enable Readiness in an unpredictable environment.

Motto:
"The Best Training and Support - Anywhere!"

Guiding Principles:

Live the Army Values:
Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage

Warrior Success:
Empowered employees with steadfast commitment

Teamwork:
Focused cooperation to accomplish the mission

Communication:
Timely sharing of open, honest and candid information

Safety:
Inherent in everything we do

Continuous Improvement:
Innovation and acceptance of prudent risk

Individual Development:
Active participation in individual and professional development opportunities

Leadership:
Be the example, communicate effectively, care for and develop workforce, accomplish the mission

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