Services’ Dining Options
Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling offers a variety of on-base dining options, depending on tastes and the time of day. The Bolling Club, Potomac Lanes Bowling Center Snack Bar, Pettini’s Family Restaurant, Furnari Hall and the Slip Inn (adjacent to the base marina) offer a delicious variety for just about anyone’s appetite.
Furnari restaurant is open 7 days a week and is available to active duty, retirees, reservists, DoD civilians, contractors and family members with base access.
1. Monday - Friday 6:00 - 9:30
2. Monday - Friday 10:30 - 13:30
3. Monday - Friday 16:00 - 1800
4. Saturday - Sunday 10:00-14:00
5. All Holiday 11:00- 17:00
All major credit cards accepted. Furnari Restaurant is located in building 418 on Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling. Please call 202-433-2574/2391 for additional information.
Child Development Center
Three Child Development Centers on Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling provide full-time care for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years. Children will be placed on a waiting list based upon priority, request date and age. Rooms for infants, pre-toddlers, toddlers, 3-year-olds and 4-year-olds are available. In addition, there are licensed family day care providers in base housing who can accommodate full time care.
A Part Day Enrichment Program is available for children age 3 to 5 as well.
2 classes are available 3 hours each. M-W-F and Tu-Th. Before and After School Care is available in our School Age Program for children Kindergarten through grade 5.
CDC I 202-767-2890
CDC II 202-404-8071
CDC III 202-433-0771
The chapel center is the hub of base-level chaplain service activities, such as pastoral counseling, unit visitation, worship, Airman/Sailor ministries, religious education, and specialized ministries.
Catholic services include weekday and weekend masses, rite of reconciliation and religious education, to include CDC, RCIA, and confirmation preparation.
Protestant services include a Gospel service and a General Protestant service. Protestant religious education includes Sunday school, children's church, Bible studies, and special events.
Each of the worship services provides opportunities to participate in music ministries.
Children and youth ministries, as well as men's and women's ministries also are offered.
The chapel staff can assist those of other faiths in finding local places of worship.
Locations: Chapel One (also called Chapel Center) is a modern brick building located at Chappie James and Angell Street and features a bell tower; Chapel Two is a traditional clapboard building located at Duncan and McChord, near the base gym. All chapel offices are located at Chapel Center.
Please call the chapel office, 202-767-5900, for an up-to-date schedule of services and events.
Chapel, Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling:
Base Chapel 202-767-5900
Duty Chaplain, after hours
(must specify "JBAB
Duty Chaplain") 202-439-4243
School Bus Transportation Program
There are literally thousands of public and private schools within the commuting radius of Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling. Many children residing on base and in the housing community attend a variety of public, private and charter schools in the local area. An informational guidebook and other associated literature on schools can be obtained through the community programs office; however, the office has specific information for only those schools that are in the base school bus transportation program. Parents planning to live on base are highly encouraged to request that their sponsors provide this information in their welcome package. Requests for packages also may be made by calling the office on 202-767-4003.
Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling is a Recycling Community
Joint Base Anacostaia-Bolling is committed to leadership and excellence in the protection and enhancement of our environment. Minimizing the amount of solid waste generated and recycling those components that are recyclable is the responsibility of every individual working or living on Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling. As good stewards of the environment all Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling employees and family members are encouraged to participate 100 percent in the base recycling program. For more information on establishing or refining your recycling efforts, contact the base environmental office at 202-767-1162.
Education Services Centers – Centers for Adult and Continuing Education
The Education Services Centers are located in building 11 on Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling. They provide members of Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling and their families opportunities to achieve their individual educational goals. Both service centers provide educational and vocational counseling and other support services which may also be accessed from the Air Force Virtual Education Center Bolling and through the outreach education programs. Counselors and specialists are available to assist with commissioning programs and degree planning.
Education Centers are the contact point for distance learning for Air Force Institute of Technology courses and professional military education courses such as Squadron Officer School, Air Command & Staff College, Air War College and Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy. DL versions include correspondence, internet, CD, video and seminar. Testing services are available on a regular basis at both centers and include The Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Services, certification exams, PME end-of-course exams and proctoring for college distance learning exams. Learning Labs are available to help members sharpen their knowledge and build their skills in many areas to prepare them for college courses or DANTES exams.
Military personnel may access their own personal education record through the AFVEC to review goals, degree status and must apply for tuition assistance from their personal AFVEC account. Tuition assistance is provided for more than 350 institutions worldwide. Information on Veterans Administration education benefits and federal grants or loans is available through AFVEC or may be reviewed with a counselor in one of the education centers.
Webster University, University of Maryland-University College and Central Texas College administrative offices are co-located in the Bolling Center. These colleges and universities offer classes at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling Monday through Saturday as well as a full schedule of DL courses/programs. Representatives of Old Dominion University, Stratford University, and Strayer University hold monthly office hours. Commanders are encouraged to use these resources to bring all educational services into their organizations.
Military and Family Support Center
The Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling Military and Family Support Center (MFSC) is located in building 13, 202-767-0450, on Brookley Avenue and Building 72, 202-433-6151, located in Enterprise Hall. Members who are relocating to Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling can access the Military HomeFront database online at www.militaryinstallations.dod.mil for information about the base and surrounding communities as well as education, housing and employment issues.
MFSC has licensed clinicians who provide short-term, individual, couples, family and group counseling to address relationships, crisis intervention, stress management, depression/grief after loss, occupational and family issues and financial difficulties.
The MFSC provides a broad spectrum of services designed both to assist newcomers as well as support families throughout their tour of duty in the National Capital Region. Relocation assistance, spouse employment, volunteer opportunities and information and referral services are especially helpful to new arrivals. Other services include personal financial management, family life education, deployment assistance, personal and family readiness comprehensive transition assistance services.
Family Services, located at the MFSC, has a loan locker available for families moving into or out of the area. The MFSC plays a vital role in the military family life cycle, helping both base leadership and military families support the Air Force and Navy missions and enhance the quality of joint base Marine Corp, Coast Guard, Army, Air Force and Navy lives.
There are two financial institution offices located on Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling. Pentagon Federal Credit Union is located between the Base Exchange and the Base Youth Center. The credit union offers share-draft accounts, individual retirement accounts, loans and other financial services. Bank of America operates inside the commissary and also provides full banking services. There are eight automatic teller machines on JBAB. The ATMs are located at Pentagon Federal Credit Union, outside the BX, inside the BX, outside the commissary, inside the commissary, in the base shoppette and in the lobby of building 5681, which has entrances on Castle and Luke. The ATMs are located at Pentagon Federal Credit Union, outside the BX, inside the BX, outside the commissary, inside the commissary, in the base shopetter and there is a Navy Federal Credit Union ATM inside building 72.
Naval Criminal Investigative Service
The NCIS is responsible for providing independent, professional, criminal, fraud and counterintelligence investigative services to the Navy, Marine Corps, and specified Defense Department elements within the National Capital Region. The NCIS consists of special agents who work to uncover facts surrounding felony crimes including robbery, sexual assault, homicide, narcotics and fraud. The NCIS focuses on identifying, investigating and neutralizing espionage and terrorist activities that threaten Navy, Marine Corps, and Defense Department resources. The NCIS mission is to investigate and defeat criminal, terrorist, and foreign intelligence threats to the United States Navy and Marine Corps, wherever they operate, ashore or afloat.
Special Agent In
Charge CC 202-433-3858
Legal Assistance and Claims
The legal office, located in Building P-20, Room 349, provides legal advice and assistance for powers of attorney, notary services, wills, taxes, consumer affairs, landlord-tenant issues, adoptions, personal finances, domestic relations and other legal assistance issues. Our hours of operations are from 0800-1200 and 1300-1600, Monday through Friday. Powers of Attorney and notaries are done on a walk-in basis. However, should you have real estate closing documents, please call ahead and set up an appointment, as the notary signing might be time consuming and entail witnesses to sign in addition to the notary. All other legal assistance matters require an appointment. Our office number is (202) 767-5297.
Please note that claims are not processed through or filed with the legal assistance office. For claims, please contact the following offices, as appropriate:
For claims involving Air Force personnel, please call (301) 981-6696; for Navy personnel, please call 1-866-782-7297; for Army claims, please call (301) 677-7009; and for Marine Corps claims, please call (703) 784-9533.
Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling boasts one of the Defense Commissary Agency's most modern facilities, offering a complete selection of meat, dairy products, produce, frozen foods, fresh seafood, deli and fresh bakery items. The award-winning commissary also includes hot foods and in-store banking. Bank of America, located inside the commissary, is open Monday through Saturday. The Commissary is open on all Federal holidays from 0900 - 1700, except for Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Day. The Bank of America is closed on all Federal holidays. For more information, visit www.commissaries.com.
Commissary Office 202-767-4695/4042
Assistant Store Mgr 202-767-4695
Customer Service 202-767-4044
Head Cashier 202-767-4044
Deli Selection 202-767-4152
Grocery Department 202-767-4695
Meat Dept Mgr 202-767-5234
Produce Manager .202-767-4037
Seafood Department 202-767-5234
Commissary Warehouse 202-767-4145
Shopping on Joint Base
The Exchange has 51,000 square feet of shopping space with one-stop shopping for the family, including outdoor needs. Exchange Mall concessions include a Barbershop, Florist, GNC, Spa, Watch & Jewelry Repair shop, Beauty shop and Laundry/Dry Cleaners. The Army and Air Force Exchange Service's Military Clothing Sales Store operates inside the Exchange with a co-located Alterations Shop.
AAFES also operates a 24-hour Laundromat located in building 523. Building 1311 houses the Express, Gas Station and Class Six Store as well as a Dunkin' Donuts. Building 1311 houses the Express, Gas Station and Class Six Store as well as a Dunkin' Donuts and a Firestone Car Care Center. AAFES operated Food Services include a Burger King, Starbucks and Exchange Food Court offering Subway, Charley's Steakery, Anthony's Pizza and California Tortilla.
For more information, logon to www.shopmyexchange.com. Additionally, there is a small Navy Exchange (NEX) shop in building 72 which also includes among other things basic Navy uniform items.
Express/Class Six 202-563-6388
Burger King 202-561-4447
Food Court 202-562-4419
NMCRS Thrift Shop
The NMCRS-sponsored Thrift Shop on Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling has a wide variety of clothing (including uniform items), books, toys, sporting goods and household items available for sale. Located in Building 57 (behind PSD), the shop accepts donations during regular business hours only and is open Tuesday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Thursday 3:30 to 7 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more details call (202) 610-5419.
Navy College Office
Earn a college degree while you are on duty with the Navy. If you are active duty you are eligible for educational advising, tuition assistance, SMART transcripts and other resources to assist in achieving your educational and career goals. The Navy College Office (NCO) is located in Building 72, (Enterprise Hall) Suite 149, (321 Watson Road, SW) on Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling and is open from 7:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday. Please call (202) 433-3615 for more information. Tuition Assistance
Take up to 16 credit hours per fiscal year and the Navy will fund 100 percent of the tuition, up to $250 per semester hour. Tuition assistance may be used for both undergraduate and graduate level classes.
Sailors/Marines American Council on Education Registry Transcript (SMART) is an electronic transcript that validates military occupational experience and training, as well as college level exams completed and other learning experiences. Courses are approved by the American Council on Education (ACE). SMART transcripts are accepted by many colleges and universities. SMART transcripts can be obtained at the Navy College Office or through the Navy College Program website: https://www.navycollege.navy.mil.
Navy College Academic Skills Learning Program
Commands may request free, instructor taught, academic skills classes in English, math and reading. By upgrading academic skills, Sailors can improve their opportunities for promotion, cross-rating and achieving a college degree.
Information, Tickets & Tours
ITT Locations Joint Base
Tues - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 5 :00 pm
Closed Sunday & Holidays
Washington Navy Yard
Tues - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 5 :00 pm
Closed Sunday & Holidays
RV & Boat Storage
Located at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling,
(202) 767- 9136/8562
Daily 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Open 7 days a week
Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling
Building 72, Room 125
“Knock, knock!! Who’s there?? LIBERTY!! Get out of your barracks and come play!!”
JBAB Liberty is an MWR quality of life program designated for E1-E6 single/unaccompanied enlisted military personnel with the focus on 18-26 yr olds. It is one of six Liberty programs located within the Naval District Washington area.
Encompassing the meaning of LIBERTY – “Life Is Better Everywhere Recreation Takes You” – programming is designed to get personnel out of the barracks and into the surrounding area to explore the city, suburbs, and the waterways while being stationed in one of the most influential places in our country. Great deals make it fun and affordable plus you get to meet other individuals and service members from all over. Programming partnerships are with on-base MWR facilities such the Fitness Centers, BHO, ITT, the Galley, etc. and with other services such as the Single Marine Program, the Young Marines, and the Army BOSS program. Community partnerships extend to the USO, Navy Memorial & Naval Heritage Center, Wounded Warrior program, National Rehabilitation Center, and different volunteer/non-profit organizations throughout the local area.
Programs and activities are on-going and ever expanding in correlation to the patrons that pass through our doors and the interests they bring. Current programming includes but is not limited to the following:
Seasonal sports such as snowboarding, skiing, snow tubing, boating & kayaking, white water rafting, hiking & camping, beach trips, Amusement and water parks, new movie release trips, In-door rock climbing, go-karting, paintball, laser tag, bowling, and scavenger hunts, Shopping trips, sightseeing to NYC, concerts, pro sport games, local and national events, holiday and seasonal special events, museums, film festivals, Summer BBQs, tailgate parties, outdoor movies, and pool parties.
Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling
LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT, TEAMWORK & FUN -
CIVIL AIR PATROL
Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling is home to Civil Air Patrol's National Capital Wing headquarters and Challenger 1 Cadet Squadron located at 200 McChord St., Suite 111.
The National Capital Wing is the primary point of contact for all CAP activities and Air Force support missions in the Washington, D.C., metro area. The wing currently has six subordinate squadrons, including the Challenger 1 Cadet Squadron - the sister squadron to the Air Force Honor Guard. CAP's National Capital Wing encompasses the greater Washington, D.C., metro area and has approximately 223 volunteer officers and senior members and 162 cadets. Federal employees and military personnel can support the wing through the Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area - CFC charity number 26757. Follow the wing on Facebook for current updates, or go to NatCapWing.org.
Civil Air Patrol, the official auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force, is a nonprofit organization with 61,000 members nationwide. CAP, in its Air Force auxiliary role, performs 90 percent of continental U.S. inland search and rescue missions as tasked by the Air Force Rescue Coordination Center and was credited by the AFRCC with saving 113 lives in fiscal year 2010. Its volunteers also perform homeland security, disaster relief and counter-drug missions at the request of federal, state and local agencies. The members play a leading role in aerospace education and serve as mentors to more than 23,000 young people currently participating in CAP cadet programs. CAP has been performing missions for America for 70 years.
CIVIL AIR PATROL, NATIONAL CAPITAL WING Administrator WA........202-767-4405 HQ Fax ...................................202-767-5695 Commander CC......................202-767-4405
YOUTH GROUPS AT JBAB
JBAB is also home to Boy Scout, Girl Scout and Civil Air Patrol youth programs. Each has its own focus and following and will continue to receive support from JBAB. Adults wishing to volunteer to help youth are also encouraged to also consider these worthwhile organizations.
For more information, contact the youth groups directly or the JBAB Public Affairs Office at 202-767-4781 for assistance.