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Peter SmallStar
Brigadier General
Peter Benchoff
Director, G-37 FM


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Colonel George Lewis
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The Army Force Management School (AFMS) provides force management education and training to Leaders, Soldiers, and Civilians Army-Wide.
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Fort Belvoir Updated Gate Information
Sep 26th 2019
Visitors who wish to enter Fort Belvoir and do not have a Department of Defense identification card must use Tulley Gate from 6 am-6 pm.  The SSG John D Linde Visitor Center,  located at Tulley Gate issues temporary passes for sponsored visitors and personnel requiring long term access. The Visitor Center is  open Monday – Friday 6:00 am to 4:45 pm. To receive a pass, authorized drivers must be sponsored, provide a valid state driver's license, a current vehicle registration and proof of insurance. Call the Visitor Center for information, at (703) 806-4892.

Visitors with a Department of Defense identification card may also enter through the following Gates

Pence Gate Open from 5:30 am - 9:00 pm

Lieber Gate Open 24 Hours

JJ Kingman Gate Open from 6:00 am - 6:00 pm .... read more

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Exportable Training: We Bring The Training To You
Oct 3rd 2019
The Army Force Management School’s mission is to provide force management education and training to leaders, soldiers and civilians Army-wide. In addition to our resident courses, we offer exportable training to Army organizations at their locations in increments of two, three, four, or five days. In collaboration with the requesting organization, we tailor the training to be relevant and effective in meeting their learning objectives. Demand has increased substantially in recent years as Army leaders have become aware of the exportable training program and its popularity has grown.)...read more