Fort A.P. Hill

U.S. Army Garrison

Leaders

  • Lt. Col. Michael E. Gates Garrison Commander Lt. Col. Michael E. Gates
  • Command Sgt. Maj. Joseph E. Reilly Garrison Command Sergeant Major Command Sgt. Maj. Joseph E. Reilly

Fort A.P. Hill 24/7 Police Duty Desk: (804)633-8888

CAC & ID CARD / DEERS Office: (804)633-8797

Pass and Visitor Control Center: (804) 633-8585

Mission:

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

Vision:

Fort A.P. Hill is a premier Regional 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
  • 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 command and control.
  • Provide enablers for training, Readiness and contingency operations
  • Sustain and improve installation infrastructure
  • Provide a safe and secure installation
  • Provide stewardship of the environment and installation resources
  • Facilitate Warrior, Family and Civilian well-being

Fort A.P. Hill Motto

"The Best Training and Support - Anywhere!"

Videos

1 AWG Character of Warfare
2 U.S. Marines with 2nd Battalion 2nd Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division training on Fort A.P. Hill
3 2nd Marine Division, conduct a squad exercise during training on Fort A.P. Hill
4 U.S. Marines with 2nd Battalion 2nd Marine Regiment train on Fort A.P. Hill.
5 2nd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, conduct a live hand grenade range
6 2nd Battalion 2nd Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, conduct a light demolition on Fort A.P. Hill
7 Marines conduct a live-fire company attack to train for an upcoming deployment at Fort A.P. Hill
8 Mine Clearing Line Charge MICLIC Detonated
9 155mm Artillery Firing Battery on #fortaphill
10 Asymmetric Warfare Group Command Video (2016)
11 Soldiers Update: Soldiers train for deployment
12 Unmanned Aerial System
13 55th Signal Soldiers Conduct Squad Live Fire
14 55th Signal Company Heavy Weapon Range
15 Grenade Assault Course
16 Two Weeks at A.P. Hill
17 Deleted video
18 Two Weeks at Fort A.P. Hill, Best Training Anywhere?
19 Fort A.P. Hill Controlled Detonation
20 (LRC) Leaders Reaction Course
21 327th Quartermaster Battalion deploy to #fortaphill for Quartermaster Liquid Logistics Exercise
22 Fort AP Hill virtual training example 1
23 Fort AP Hill virtual training example 2:
24 Fort AP Hill virtual training example 3:
25 Fort AP Hill virtual training example 4:
26 Ah-ha moment
27 1200 rounds AP HILL
28 AP HILL, VA RANGE
29 AP Hill LZ landing
30 AP Hill takeoff
31 Calling in backup; 2/8 Fox Co. trains for #embassy reinforcement
32 Asymmetric Warfare Group recruiting video (2016)
33 475th Quartermaster Group Hone their Skills as #PetroleumSpecialists
34 1-130th Attack Reconnaissance Battalion Perform Maintenance on #ApacheHelicopter at #fortaphill
35 Clandestine Laboratory training with AWG
36 #AerialGunnery Range for #ApacheHelicopter
37 55th Signal Company conduct squad #livefire exercises
38 1-130th Attack Reconnaissance Battalion
39 Adaptive Leader Workshop
40 #CombatCamera conducts heavy #WeaponsTraining
41 Ap Hill
42 AWG assists Cadet Command with ASLTE
43 RAW VIDEO: Bowling Green-based Va. Guard engineers field new float bridge system
44 U.S. Marines Deployment For Training DFT
45 55th Signal Company (Combat Camera), fire individual and crew-served weapons
46 Marines prepare for combat
47 AT 1989 AP Hill, VA C-2-110 / 28
48 JCLC 2014
49 3-116th Infantry Regiment conducts Situational Training Exercises
50 Asymmetrical Troop Metro Training (C-SPAN)