As part of the Army’s annual Strong B.A.N.D.S. initiative, eight Soldiers assigned to the Fort Belvoir Warrior Transition Battalion squared off in an intense wheelchair basketball showdown, May 15 at Wells Field House. Strong B.A.N.D.S. is a fitness program designed to empower military and c…

On May 1, Fort Belvoir’s MWR sports and fitness teams kicked off the Army’s annual Strong B.A.N.D.S. initiative—a force-wide program designed to empower military and civilian personnel to make positive changes to their overall health. 

Army Ten-Miler tryouts Tryout for the Fort Belvoir Army Ten-Miler Team, June 27 at 5:30 a.m. at Mount Vernon Trail. For more, call 703-806-4655 or email charice.m.smith.naf@mail.mil. 

The 249th Engineer Battalion took a leap forward in its FY19 Commander’s Cup title campaign by winning the annual intramural Formation Run championship trophy, Friday at Pullen Track. 

Athletes representing Fort Belvoir Community Hospital thoroughly dominated the FY19 intramural tennis championship tournament that wrapped with mixed-doubles matches, May 8 at the Graves Courts. 

The Ladies Golf Association of Fort Belvoir hosted its Tee- To-Green tournament, May 7 on the Belvoir Golf Club’s Woodlawn Course. 

The 249th Engineer Battalion got its FY19 intramural softball season off to a promising start when the rising Commander’s Cup contender trounced Fort Belvoir Community Hospital, 11-1 in the opening matchup of the year, May 7 at Graves Field. 

Strong B.A.N.D.S During May, Fort Belvoir will be holding various garrison fitness and wellness programs in support of the Strong B.A.N.D.S. mission to promote active and healthy lifestyles within Army communities. There will be giveaways to participants such as Strong B.A.N.D.S wristbands.

 Thirty-six athletes, representing eight units assigned to Fort Belvoir, continued the FY19 Commander’s Cup intramural tennis championship tournament with men’s and women’s open division matches April 29-May 1 at the 14th Street, Graves Fitness Center, and Barracks courts on North and South posts. 

The Ladies Golf Association of Fort Belvoir hosted its monthly Ace Day tournament, April 30 on the Golf Club’s Gunston Course. 

Now that athletes have wrapped up the preseason training cycle and the 2019 openers are in the books, teams participating in Child and Youth Services’ youth soccer program are treating spectators to increasingly dynamic displays of developing skills, teamwork and sportsmanship. 

 With two weeks’ worth of intense practice and regulation play under their feet, Belvoir’s Little League spring baseball teams are treating spectators to increasingly high-scoring matchups across the age divisions. 

Strong B.A.N.D.S During May, Fort Belvoir will be holding various garrison fitness and wellness programs in support of the Strong B.A.N.D.S. mission to promote active and healthy lifestyles within Army communities. There will be giveaways to participants such as Strong B.A.N.D.S wristbands.

Nearly 50 golfers from across the Belvoir community joined Col. Michael Greenberg, Fort Belvoir Garrison commander; and Garrison Command Sgt. Maj. Corey Perry, at the Golf Club, April 24 to compete in the 2019 Garrison Scramble Tournament—a nine-hole, four-person team match on the Woodlawn Course. 

Hundreds of youth athletes representing nearly 20 track and field clubs from across the Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C. metro areas converged on Pullen Field, Saturday to kick off the 2019 season. 

Nearly 20 athletes, representing six units assigned to Fort Belvoir, got the FY19 Commander’s Cup intramural tennis championship tournament underway with men’s doubles matches, April 22-23 at the Graves Fitness Center and Barracks Courts on North Post. 

Fifty-two Fort Belvoir children were recognized, April 25 at Markham School Age Center for completing the Presidential Active Lifestyle Challenge, a nationwide program that invites youth to commit to regular exercise and maintain healthy eating habits for eight weeks. 

The 249th Engineer Battalion and 1st Capabilities Integration Group faced off in an intense defense-heavy intramural soccer match up that wound up a 1-1 tie, April 23 at Fremont Field. 

Fort Belvoir’s MWR and Child and Youth Services will host the 15th annual Armed Forces Kids Run May 18, starting at 9 a.m. at Pullen Track. Participants should arrive at Pullen no later than 8:15 a.m. to pick up a running number and shirt, as well as to pay the $6 registration fee. 

Strong B.A.N.D.S During the month of May, Fort Belvoir will be holding various garrison fitness and wellness programs in support of the Strong B.A.N.D.S. mission to promote active and healthy lifestyles within Army communities. There will be giveaways to participants such as Strong B.A.N.D.S…

Free Boat and Watercraft Safety Inspections The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary will conduct free vessel safety inspections, May 4 at the Alexandria City Marina. Boaters may schedule a Vessel Safety Check for other days and other locations by emailing Steve Rybicki at sjrybicki@gmail.com or calli…

 More than 50 Warrior Transition Battalion Soldiers and family members learned the basics of golf at the Fort Belvoir Golf Club, Saturday during an adaptive sports clinic designed to introduce recovering Service members to the game, promote therapeutic rehabilitation and encourage outdoor re…

 Hundreds of military and civilian community members converged on 14th Street and Middleton Road to compete in Fort Belvoir’s 11th annual Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention Program’s 5K Run/Walk, Friday.This yearly event increases awareness of the problem of sexual assault and…

Defense Threat Reduction Agency gave spectators another high-octane exhibition of the unit’s legendary preparation, commitment and no-compromise drive, when the squad defeated current Commander’s Cup champion Defense Logistics Agency, 3-1 in Fort Belvoir’s FY19 intramu­ral volleyball champio…

More than 250 students from Fort Belvoir’s child development centers demonstrated their commitment to physical fitness and healthy living by participating in the 2019 Fitness Challenge, Friday at Specker Field House.

Amid ideal spring weather conditions, the 2019 Fort Belvoir Little League baseball season began with opening day ceremonies, Saturday at Bill Behring Baseball Fields on South Post.

This isn’t the latest Marvel or DC Comics movie, but an installation-wide collaboration, as Specker Field House was filled with Batmen, Wonder Women and Captains Marvel for this year’s ACS Superhero Fun Run, Saturday. The event is Army Community Service’s observance of Child Abuse Prevention…

The Ladies Golf Association of Fort Belvoir welcomed new and returning members to the season with its annual membership meeting, March 25 at the Golf Club.

Fort Belvoir’s Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention Program, in partnership with MWR, hosts the 10th Annual SHARP and MWR 5K Run/Walk, April 12 starting at 6:30 a.m. at 14th Street and Middleton Road near Pullen Field on South Post.

Belvoir anglers have a chance to land the big one during the installation’s annual TroutFest, April 13, 7 a.m.–2 p.m., at North Post Pool.

The Belvoir Eagles and the Fort Lee Travellers kept spectators glued to their seats for the duration of two, offense-heavy halves and an overtime period when the squads faced off in a late-season Washington Area Military Athletic Conference men’s division basketball showdown, Saturday at Wel…

Warrior Transition Battalion Soldiers and family members from Fort Belvoir can greatly enhance their journeys to recovery by learning the basics of golf during two, eight-week instructional programs, sponsored by Links to Freedom, at the Belvoir Golf Club.

Despite cool, breezy conditions, more than 20 military and civilian Fort Belvoir community members converged on North Post Field, March 13 to try out for positions on the installation’s 2019 post-level, coed softball team.

Defense Threat Reduction Agency, with more Commander’s Cup trophies than any other unit on post, kicked off the FY19 volleyball season in customary fashion, sweeping the 249th Engineer Battalion 3-0, March 12 at Wells Field House.

With the end of the 2019 CYS House Basketball League regular season fast approaching, teams across the age divisions are wowing spectators with high-intensity displays of offensive precision and defensive dedication.

A Fort Belvoir Bulldogs youth football player has been selected by the Executive Board of the Northern Virginia Football Hall of Fame as Player of the Year for exhibiting excellence on and off the field during the 2018 Fairfax County Youth Football League season, according to a recent press …

The Ladies Golf Association of Fort Belvoir welcomes new and returning golfers to the 2019 season with its annual Membership Meeting, March 25, 9-11 a.m. at the Fort Belvoir Golf Club. 

Readiness Program Fitness Classes Sports and Fitness offers free fitness classes including Functional Fitness, C.O.R.E, Body Sculpt, Zumba, ChakaBoom, Indoor Cycle, Yoga, and Turbo Tabata. Visit Belvoir.armymwr.com for class descriptions and times. For more, call 703-806-5093. 

Despite a stellar comeback effort early in the second period, the Belvoir Eagles men’s division squad came up short, 63-49 against Joint Base Andrews in a Washington Area Military Athletic Conference basketball matchup, Sunday at Graves Fitness Center. 

Joint Personal Property Shipping Office and reigning Commander’s Cup champion Defense Logistics Agency treated spectators to a defense-heavy exhibition of athletic intensity and nail-biting suspense when the two powerhouse squads faced off in the FY19 intramural basketball championship final…

Reigning Commander’s Cup champion Defense Logistics Agency took a big step forward in the FY19 Fort Belvoir Commander’s Cup title race when the unit powered past runner-up Center for Army Analysis, Feb. 28 at Graves Fitness Center—the same evening it took the runner-up trophy in the basketba…