American Council on Edu. (ACE)
2015-16 Digital HTAR
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Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness (CSF2)

Sexual Harassment



Brigadier General
Brian J. Mennes
Director, G-37 FM

Colonel George Lewis
AFMS Commandant

AFMS Mission
The Army Force Management School (AFMS) provides force management education and training to Leaders, Soldiers, and Civilians Army-Wide.
AFMS Newsletter
American Council on Education (ACE)
Mar 9th 2018
AFMS pursued ACE credentialing for some of our courses (two-weeks or more in length): How the Army Runs Course (HTARC), Functional Area 50 Qualification Course (FA50QC) and the Force Management Orientation Course (FMOC). In the future, we will pursue similar credentialing for the Army National Guard Force Management Course (ARNGFMC) more
AFMS Weather Policy
Feb 7th 2018
All inbound students should tune in to local channels for closure or delay notification regarding Fort Belvoir's operating status. Inbound students are reminded to exercise caution when making a determination to travel on roads covered with snow, ice, or sleet. If conditions in your area warrant a different response from what has been determined by Fort Belvoir's operating status, please call (703) 805-4904 to report your status.

Fort Belvoir Current Status

AFMS staff and faculty will follow the Fort Belvoir determination on its operating status during a weather event (delay, closure, open).
Ft. Belvoir Gate Changes
March 23rd 2017
Fort Belvoir gates will undergo a change in hours beginning April 7.
“The change in hours of operation is due to the need to address and realign our manpower resources, especially the Department of the Army Security Guard resources,” said Johnnie Kibler, Belvoir police chief. “We’ve been stretching our security force for more than a year, now, to maintain manning at our gates.”

- Tulley Gate will remain open 24 hours.
- Pence Gate will be closed on weekends, and re-opens at 5 a.m. Mondays.
- Walker will change to 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., weekdays.
- Kingman Gates will reduce its hours to 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., 7 days a week.

“This new schedule will be more in line for the security force we are resourced for at Belvoir,” Kibler said. “With our most recent traffic studies, we find people are avoiding Tulley, but that’s also now our quickest access point, during morning and evening rush more