JBM-HH synchronizes, integrates, and delivers installation services while sustaining facilities in support of JFHQ-NCR/MDW and the JBM-HH community in order to enable a ready and resilient Joint Force.
On order, supports JFHQ-NCR/MDW & JTF-NCR homeland defense, defense support of civil authorities, and other contingency operations in the NCR.
The Joint Base, headquartered at Fort Myer, provides some 150,000 active duty, reserve component and retired military personnel, family members and civilian workforce with modern, clean, safe facilities and services.
While history and pageantry prevail, JBM-HH provides administrative, housing, recreation and support to active duty, reserve component, retired military and Department of Defense (DoD) civilian personnel stationed or living in the National Capital Region.
The Commanding General, U.S. Army Military District of Washington (CG, USAMDW) serves as the senior commander for Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall providing for the care of service members, families and civilians, and to enable unit readiness.
The CG, USAMDW, also serves as the commander of Joint Force Headquarters-National Capital Region. JFHQ-NCR plans, partners, maintains situational awareness, and as directed, employs forces as a Joint Task Force conducting homeland defense and civil support operations to defend and secure the National Capital Region.
In its traditional service role, the USAMDW provides executive, operational, ceremonial and musical support across a full spectrum of worldwide responsibilities to support our nation’s leaders, while also serving as the Army Forces Component to, and core staff element of, the Joint Force Headquarters-National Capital Region.
U.S. Army Installation Management Command (IMCOM)
IMCOM is responsible for management of 75 installations world-wide. IMCOM delivers and integrates base support to enable readiness for a self-reliant and globally-responsive All Volunteer Army.
Army installations are communities that provide many of the same types of services expected from any small city. Fire, police, public works, housing and child care are just some of the things IMCOM does in Army communities every day. The command focus is on sustainability to address present and future needs while strengthening community partnerships that improve our force generation support capabilities to organize, equip, train and deploy Soldiers as part of joint forces.
Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall is one of the 75 installations in the Atlantic Region. The Atlantic Region was formed in August 2011 when IMCOM’s Northeast and Southeast regions merged. It oversees base operations and installation management including public works and family support programs at 38 locations which include 22 garrisons, 12 depots, and four Army support activities to ensure readiness of Soldiers, families and military units.
IMCOM provides Soldiers, civilians and their Families with a quality of life commensurate with the quality of their service. Our professional workforce strives to deliver on the commitments of the Army Family Covenant, honors the sacrifices of military Families and enables the Army force generation cycle.
IMCOM’s Mission: IMCOM will synchronize, integrate and deliver installation services and sustain facilities in support of Senior Commanders in order to enable a ready and resilient Army.
Headquarters and Service Battalion, Headquarters Marine Corps, Henderson Hall, in Building 29 on the Henderson Hall portion of the Joint Base, provides administrative, operational and logistical and quality of life services in support of over 2,000 Marines and civilians of Headquarters Marine Corps. Additionally, Henderson Hall serves to support all of the retired service members and family members who live in the National Capital Region.
Some 450 Marines and civilians work in the confines of the joint base, and the remainder is spread throughout the Pentagon, Navy Yard, Crystal City and other dispersed locations in five counties surrounding Washington, D.C.
Demographics & Community Facts
Assigned Active Duty Military Personnel – 2,020
Attached Active Duty Military Personnel – 5,900
Civilian Workforce – 1,374
Military Family Members, Retirees, Spouses – 120,000
Fort Myer and Henderson Hall portions of JBM-HH – Arlington County, Virginia – 270 acres.
Historic District – 74 acres in 182 buildings; one historic landmark (Quarters 1)
Fort Lesley J. McNair portion of JBM-HH – Southwest Washington, D.C. – 108 acres.
Historic District – 89 acres in 66 buildings; one historic landmark (Roosevelt Hall, National War College)
Joint Basing – Initial Operating Capability – Jan. 31, 2009;
Joint Basing – Full Operating Capability – Oct. 1, 2009.
We have a history of partnering: Joint services housing since 1987; gate removed between Henderson Hall and Fort Myer in 2005; consistent force protection – 2006; JBM-HH is the first Army-led Joint Base reaching Full Operating Capability Oct. 1, 2009 under BRAC 2005, Section 146.