Military Intelligence Corps Army

INSCOM
9800 Belvoir Road Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-5561

Military Intelligence Corps Army at Fort Belvoir

Military Intelligence Corps is the intelligence branch of the United States Army. The Military Intelligence Corps was activated on 1 July 1987 in accordance with the United States Army Regimental System. The primary mission of military intelligence in the United States Army is to provide timely, relevant, accurate, and synchronized intelligence and electronic warfare support to tactical, operational and strategic-level commanders. The Army’s intelligence components produce intelligence both for Army use and for sharing across the national intelligence community.

 

The United States Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) is a direct reporting unit that conducts intelligence, security, and information operations for U.S. Army commanders and national decision makers. INSCOM is headquartered at Fort Belvoir, Virginia.

 

INSCOM is an organization within both the United States Army and the National Security Agency, the United States’s unified signals intelligence organization. Within the NSA, INSCOM and its counterparts in the U.S. Navy, U.S. Air Force and Marine Corps Intelligence, are known as Central Security Service.

Arriving at Fort Belvoir for MIC
The closest airport is Reagan National Airport located 12 miles from base. Dulles International Airport is approximately 35 miles from Fort Belvoir. An Amtrak station is conveniently located just six miles from Fort Belvoir’s main gate.

 

All in-processing Soldiers must sign in at their unit of assignment prior to in-processing at the Welcome Center. Soldiers must have a copy of DA Form 31 (Leave), assignment orders, and/or amendments. Information pertaining to DD Form 93 and SGLI will be updated at this time. Soldiers must be in Duty uniform.

 

The Fort Belvoir Welcome Center is located at 5981, 13th Street, Building 1155
Fort Belvoir, VA 22060. Operating hours are 0730 to 1630 Monday through Friday, and is closed holidays and weekends.

 

If your arrival is at the Dulles or Reagan Airports, it is your responsibility to coordinate and complete your travel to Fort Belvoir. Ensure that you save all your receipts so that you can make an appropriate travel claim when you in-process the installation.

 

All soldiers arriving to Fort Belvoir will report to their assigned units before in-processing. The Fort Belvoir Human Resource Directorate (HRD), located in Building 213, provides both in and out processing. A check list must be obtained in order to begin either process.

 

Prior to in-processing with HRD, Soldiers must stop at the Tricare Support Service Center in DeWitt Army Community Hospital. Soldiers must enroll themselves and their family members (if applicable) into Tricare/Health Net Federal Services before going to HRD.

 

For newly arrived personnel, a Newcomers’ Briefing is held on the first Monday of each month at Sosa Community Center, Bldg 200, at 9:00 a.m. If the first Monday is a holiday, the briefing will be held on the following Monday. All military personnel, civilians, and their family members are encouraged to attend.

Base Population
There are over 51,000 Active Duty, Reserve, Guard, military families, DoD personnel, civilians, and retirees assigned to Fort Belvoir.