Important Installation Update
Fort Hamilton Garrison, CDC, CYSS and Fitness Center is closed and will reopen at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, March 6. Liberal leave is in effect for March 6 for non-essential employees, please notify your supervisor.
Today, March 5, the Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS), the Exchange, the Commissary and the Shoppette are closed. Road conditions are amber.
Continue to check our face book page at www.facebook.com/USAGFortHamilton, the Garrison website or call the Information hotline at 718 630 –INFO (4636) for installation and weather updates.
Be careful walking and driving and be safe!
The Long Gray Line is coming to Fort Hamilton on April 18. More information to follow.
Army Emergency Relief Annual Campaign
What is it?
Financial security is a key element of a ready and resilient force. The Army Emergency Relief annual campaign is conducted from March 1 through May 15 in order to increase Soldier awareness of this benefit, as well as to give Soldiers the opportunity to help their fellow Soldiers by donating. Local commanders can adjust their campaign dates as their mission dictates. Read more:
Ask the commander
Do you have a question or issue you'd like to address with the commander? Feel free to ask by clicking the link below. A response will be given at the commander's earliest convenience. Ask the commander...
Business Insider magazine spotlights Fort Hamilton
New York City's only army base is nestled between the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge and the neighborhood of Bay Ridge in Brooklyn.
Aside from people dressed in fatigues and the occasional military vehicle, visitors may not immediately realize that they're even in Fort Hamilton, which can feel more like a suburban neighborhood than an army installation. Read more...
Living on post: Easy choice for Military Families?
Are you and your family considering your options for living on base or out in town? Base housing provides many benefits for Service Members, from camaraderie with fellow military families to convenience and amenities not typically found in civilian housing. Read more...