Fort A.P. Hill

U.S. Army Garrison Fort A.P. Hill

Leaders

  • Lieutenant Colonel Andrew P. Aswell Garrison Commander Lieutenant Colonel Andrew P. Aswell
  • Command Sgt. Maj. Joseph E. Reilly Garrison Command Sergeant Major Command Sgt. Maj. Joseph E. Reilly
  • Stephen P. Bickel Deputy Garrison Commander Stephen P. Bickel

Contact Information

Mission, Vision, Guiding Principles and Core Competencies

Mission: Fort A.P. Hill, a Regional Collective Training Center, provides innovative, flexible, and relevant training enablers in order to support Army, Joint and Inter-agency readiness. On order, support contingency operations in the mid-Atlantic and National Capital regions. Vision: Fort A.P. Hill strives to be a premier Regional Collective Training Center, responsive to customer needs by delivering adaptive training and base operations support to ensure mission readiness in a dynamic environment. Guiding Principles: Live the Army Values: Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage. Service Culture: Customer service excellence provided through valued employees and engaged leaders in an environment where dignity and respect are strictly enforced. Employee Empowerment: Steadfast commitment to Warrior success. Teamwork: Focused cooperation to accomplish the mission. Communication: Timely sharing of open, honest and candid information. Safety: Applied within, executed successfully throughout. Continuous Improvement: Practice cycles of learning to achieve customer service excellence. Individual Development: Active participation in individual and professional development opportunities. Leadership: Be the example, communicate effectively, care for and develop workforce, accomplish the mission. Core Competencies: Exercise mission command to integrate base operations support. Enablers for training, readiness and contingency operations. Sustain and improve installation infrastructure.Provide a safe and secure installation. Exercise stewardship of the environment and installation resources. Facilitate Warrior, Family and Civilian well-being. Foster strong community partnerships through communication, cooperation, and collaboration.

Fort A.P. Hill Motto

"The Best Training and Support - Anywhere!"

Fort A.P. Hill Links

  • Garrison Commander Deputy to the Garrison Commander Garrison Command Sergeant Major
  • Garrison History Mission & Vision Visitor Access Visitor Information
  • To schedule training please dial (804) 633-8333. Directorate Overview Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security Emergency Management Office Operations Branch Plans and Operations Division Range Operations Training Division
  • Fort A.P. Hill Public Affairs Office Noise Reporting A Citizen's Guide to Training Noise (PDF) Map from Visitor Control Center to the Public Affairs Office (PDF) Ways We Communicate with you. (PDF)
  • Services on and off garrison Total Army Sponsorship Program
  • Directorate of Emergency Services Fire and Emergency Services Security Office
  • Noise and Public Disturbance U.S. Army Medical Department Operational Noise A Citizen's Guide to Training Noise (pdf)
  • Telephone directory
  • 310th Multi-role Bridge Company Units and Tenants U.S. Army McMahon Explosive Ordnance Disposal Training Center

Fort A.P. Hill Garrison Quick Links & Telephone Numbers

Phonebook Noise reports Safety Office Emergency Management DoD Safe Helpine Fort A.P. Hill iSportsman website 24/7 Police Duty Desk: (804) 633-8888 CAC & ID CARD / DEERS Office: (804) 633-8797 ID Card Appointments: (804) 633-8797 Day PASS and Visitor Control Center: (804) 633-8585 Fort A.P. Hill Severe Weather Hotline: (804) 633-8600 Military Crisis Line 1-800-273-8225 and press 1