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ATTENTION: Beware of scammers. Over the last few weeks, there’s been an increase in fraud targeting service members in the parking lots of financial institutions in and around Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story. The scammers ask to use the service member’s cell phone for an emergency, but instead they access the banking app on the phone and either initiate a loan, or transfer funds out of the service member’s account and into their own. Be on the lookout for this ongoing threat and report any scams to NCIS right away.

Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story 
Current Health Protection Condition Level (HPCON): ALPHA


Welcome to Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story

The Pearl by the Bay and The Emerald on The Ocean

Installation Information

On October 1, 2009, the Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story was established, the first Joint Base in Hampton Roads. Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek – Fort Story is the country’s premier installation for housing and training the nation’s Expeditionary Forces. It is one command with two properties: Joint Expeditionary Base Fort Story and JEB Little Creek. The Joint Expeditionary Base is comprised of the former Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek and the Army Post of Fort Story. Fort Story witnessed the humble beginnings of our country at the 1607 first landing site. Little Creek began as a dynamic training ground for World War II amphibious forces. Together they comprise the crown jewel of America’s military bases.



JEB Little Creek-Ft. Story Gate Hours

Gate 1 - 5 a.m. - 5 p.m. Mon-Sat. Closed weekends and holidays
Gate 3 - 5 a.m. - 5 p.m. Mon-Sat. Closed weekends and holidays
Gate 5 - 24/7
Gate 6 - 24/7
Gate 8 - 24/7

News from around JEB Little Creek Fort Story

Photos From Around JEB Little Creek Fort Story

11th Transportation Battalion’s Sgt. Eric Hubbard lifts Remington Kniper up into the 10K ATLAS All-Terrain Vehicle during Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story’s National Night Out event, Aug. 2. Installation and community partners handed out pamphlets and give-a-ways to attendees. National Night Out is a widespread event that encourages positive relationships between law enforcement agencies and their communities.
Navy Region Mid-Atlantic Fire & Emergency Services Firemen Taylor Harrington and Dakota Sawyer extinguish a helicopter crash fire during a training exercise held 2 Aug. at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story. The crash exercise is one of many exercises conducted annually. Diligent training between all partners enabled a quick and effective emergency response to the incident.
A helo carrying a group of distinguished visitors (DV) flies off shore during a tour of Joint Logistics Over-The-Shore (JLOTS) operations at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story Aug. 5. JLOTS is an expeditionary capability utilized by the Department of Defense (DoD) to transport military vehicles and cargo from roll-on/roll-off ships at sea to the shore via an improvised port when traditional infrastructure, such as bare beaches or austere ports, is unavailable. (Photo By Hendrick Dickson/Released).
Colonel Christopher A. Browning, Commanding Officer, Expeditionary Warfare Training Group, Atlantic, Captain Darren W. Nelson, Executive Officer, Master Gunnery Sergeant David Menusa, Senior Enlisted Leader, and Aviation Electronics Technician Senior Chief William R. Liddle, Senior Enlisted Advisor, lead the command in a Marine Corps birthday formation run. In celebration of the United States Marine Corps' 247th birthday, Marines, Sailors, and Civilians of Expeditionary Warfare Training Group, Atlantic (EWTGLANT) participate in a 247 mile run. This USMC birthday celebration run began the afternoon of Monday, November 7th with individual runners running in 10 minute continuous increments, over two nights, for the initial 246 miles and finished the 247th mile with a formation run on Wednesday, November 9th. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Brandon E. Holmes)
Cmdr. Tracey Krauss, officer in charge (OIC) and public health specialty Leader at Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Unit (NMRTU) Norfolk, sits on the floor alongside "Patty Mac", a facilities dog, often referred to as a stress dog, during a Professional Development (PRODEV) training at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek Fort Story (JEBLCFS) today. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Marlon Goodchild)

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