Fourteen female youth athletes from Belvoir’s School Age and Teen centers gathered at Belvoir’s Pullen Field, July 11, to participate in a new Child and Youth Services program for girls designed to promote physical fitness and encourage self improvement. 

Reigning Commander’s Cup champion, Defense Logistics Agency, gave spectators a stunning demonstration of the cohesion, talent and dedication that propelled the unit to the winner’s circle in last year’s Cup title race, when it dominated Office of the Chief Army Reserve, 17-2 in a final-week …

Registration for Fort Belvoir’s Bulldogs youth football program (tackle, flag and cheer) is underway at Parent Central Services, 9800 Belvoir Road, Bldg. 200, Fort Belvoir. Players ages 7-15 are eligible and the cost is $35. All players must be registered with Child and Youth Services. 

Despite sweltering heat, humidity and approaching thunderstorms, undefeated Defense Threat Reduction Agency kept bats connecting and runners rounding the bags through four innings, to trounce Aerospace Data Facility-East, 15-0, in a late-season, intramural softball matchup, July 2 at Graves Field.

U.S. Army Legal Services Agency managed to maintain a narrow advantage over Fort Belvoir Community Hospital through six innings, to claim a scant, 7-6 victory in a late-season intramural softball matchup, June 25 at Graves Field.

The Ladies Golf Association of Fort Belvoir hosted an Odd Hole Only tournament, July 2 on the Golf Club’s Woodlawn Course.

CYS / Fairfax County Youth Football, Cheer Registration OpenRegistration for the 2019 Fairfax County Youth Football League season is open. Belvoir’s Child and Youth Services is seeking players and cheerleaders across all age and weight divisions. The season starts Aug. 5. For more, call Yout…

The Ladies Golf Association of Fort Belvoir hosted its monthly Ace Day tournament, June 24 on the Golf Club’s Gunston Course. 

The Ladies Golf Association of Fort Belvoir hosted a two-person team tournament, June 18 on the Golf Club’s Woodlawn Course. Play followed a scramble format on the front nine and a modified alternate shot on the back nine. 

If you enjoy boating and appreciate the navigational aids and other resources that make America’s waters safe, you can give much of the credit to the U.S. Coast Guard and to its unpaid, volunteer Auxiliary, which has its 80th anniversary this month. 

Bicep Body Fit Challenge Are you up for a challenge? Graves Fitness Center offers a fun and competitive bicep challenge to increase stamina and endurance levels and improve strength. The Bicep Challenge is Aug. 5-16 and is open to all active-duty military, family members and DoD civilian emp…

The Fort Belvoir Royals kept offensive momentum at full steam through two dynamic halves and a penalty-kick period to take a narrow, 4-3 victory over the Tsunami in the 2019 Child and Youth Services U13 division (ages 10-12) spring soccer championship, June 6 on Long Parade Field. 

 Amid ideal weather and course conditions, more than 30 golfers took to the fairways and greens of the Belvoir Golf Club’s Gunston and Woodlawn Courses to compete in the 2019 36-hole Men’s Championship Tournament, Saturday and Sunday.

 After a few years of absence from the Big Three brotherhood of top performers in Fort Belvoir’s annual Commander’s Cup title race, U.S. Army Legal Services Agency re-established its position as a major contender. The unit toppled the reigning Commander’s Cup champion, DLA, 6-3 via penalty k…

 More than 100 athletes from several area military installations converged on Fort Belvoir’s Wells Field House, Saturday, to compete in the 2019 Summer Slam Basketball Tournament—the first of its kind on post. 

Undefeated 911th Technical Rescue Engineer Company, one of the most capable and cohesive units to take to Fort Belvoir’s softball fields, gave spectators a demonstration of the precision fielding and hitting consistency that has led to countless post-season appearances. They trounced U. S. A…

Army Ten-Miler Team Tryouts Earn a spot on one of the two teams representing Fort Belvoir at the Army Ten-Miler. The Fort Belvoir 10K Qualifying Run will be June 27, 5:30 - 6:30 a.m. at the GW Parkway Running Trail at Mount Vernon. Runners should arrive by 5:15 a.m. to check-in and register.…

The Ladies Golf Association of Fort Belvoir hosted its annual Spring Match tournament, June 13 at the Belvoir Golf Club. 

Hundreds of Fort Belvoir children got a chance to start summer in a colorful way when Child and Youth Services hosted its 5th annual Color Fun Run, Saturday at the Golf Club. 

The Ladies Golf Association of Fort Belvoir hosted its N.O.S.E. tournament, during which only the holes that begin with N,O,S and E are played, June 4 on the Golf Club’s Woodlawn Course. 

Army Ten-Miler Team Tryouts Earn a spot on one of the two teams representing Fort Belvoir at the Army Ten-Miler. The Fort Belvoir 10K Qualifying Run is June 27, 5:30 - 6:30 a.m., at the GW Parkway Running Trail at Mount Vernon. For more information on the qualifying run, call Charice Smith a…

Fort Belvoir Community Hospital, one of the ablest squads to take to Fort Belvoir’s soccer fields, and the 249th Engineer Battalion, a rising unit sitting in second place in this year’s Commander’s Cup title race, advanced to the semifinal round of the FY19 championship tournament with respe…

  One of Fort Belvoir’s own recently received the highest recognition an Army athlete can earn—the title of Athlete of the Year. This prestigious distinction is bestowed annually to one male and one female athlete who excel in all aspects of sportsmanship.

CYS Color Run Fort Belvoir’s Child and Youth Services hosts the Color Run, Saturday at the Golf Club at 8:45 a.m. Check-in starts at 8 a.m. Registration is open through June 7 at CYS Parent Central; or online through WebTrac, https://webtrac.mwr. army.mil/#page-0. For more info call Julie Li…

With Fort Belvoir’s 2019 Little League baseball season underway, teams are taking to the fields to once again wow spectators with increasingly dynamic match ups.

One of Fort Belvoir’s own recently received the highest recognition an Army athlete can earn—the title of Athlete of the Year. This prestigious distinction is bestowed annually to one male and one female athlete who excel in all aspects of sportsmanship.

The Fort Belvoir Community Hospital and Aerospace Data Facility- East softball teams got a unique chance to take to the field for its weekly Commander’s Cup matchup in a little more style—specifically, wearing official jerseys provided by the Washington Nationals. 

Fort Belvoir Soldiers and civilians are invited to push their endurance to the limit to earn a slot on the prestigious teams that will represent the installation at the 2019 Army Ten- Miler, Oct. 13 in Washington, D.C. 

Fort Belvoir’s Child and Youth Services will again help the community’s youngest members start the summer with a unique fitness challenge, June 8 at the Golf Club. The 5th annual Color Run begins at 8:45 a.m. Check-in starts at 8 a.m., when runners get bib numbers, shirts and goggles for the…

Reigning Commander’s Cup champion Defense Logistics Agency maintained a precision passing game, combined with a no-prisoners approach to defense, to defeat the rising powerhouse 249th Engineer Battalion, 3-1 in an intense, final-week intramural soccer showdown, May 21 at Fremont Field. 

CYS Color Run Fort Belvoir’s Child and Youth Services’ Color Run is June 8 at the Golf Club at 8:45 a.m. The Color Run costs $15 per runner, including a T-shirt and goggles. Registration is open through June 7. For more call, 703-805-9138.

The Ladies Golf Association of Fort Belvoir hosted its Roll the Dice tournament, May 21 on the Belvoir Golf Club’s Woodlawn Course. 

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.