Fort Lee celebrated its Centennial year in 2017.  A special day of ceremony, events and activities on July 10, 2017 served as a momentous celebration of Fort Lee History and included:

  • Remarks from Combined Arms Support Command and Fort Lee Commanding General, Maj. Gen. Paul C. Hurley Jr.
  • A jump into the venue by the Black Daggers – the U.S. Army Special Operations Command parachute demonstration team
  • A performance by the U.S. Army Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps
  • Completion of a 100-mile Centennial Run by Fort Lee troops (see below)
  • Dedication of a time capsule to be opened in 2117
  • Special premiere of the Fort Lee documentary
  • Performances by the 392nd Army Band
  • Passing of the Centennial baton to Fort Eustis, which turned 100 in 2018

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Related Events

  • 100-Mile Centennial Run, July 9 – Thanks to incredible community support from Chesterfield County, the City of Colonial Heights, Dinwiddie County, the City of Hopewell, Petersburg National Battlefield and Prince George County, troops from Fort Lee conducted a series of relay runs in local communities totaling nearly 100 miles in honor of our Centennial, with the final mile run on July 10 during our celebration. (see photos)
  • U.S. Army Women’s Museum exhibit: “The Great War: Service at Home and Abroad” – open now
  • U.S. Army Quartermaster Museum exhibit: “Battle Ready: The Quartermaster Mission in World War I” – open now


Centennial Magazine

Fort Lee Centennial Magazine
This commemorative magazine appeared May 25, 2017 as an insert in the Fort Lee Traveller. (“Missing” pages in this PDF document reflect removed advertising content.)

In the News (2017)


Commemorative Print

Entitled “Centuries of Sustaining Freedom,” this inaugural U.S. Army Sustainment Print depicts Sustainment professionals and equipment predating World War I to 2017 from Quartermaster, Adjutant General, Finance, Medical, Ordnance, Transportation, and Logistics. It also honors the significant contributions of our Women’s Army Corps and its special place within our history and legacy. Above all, this print is a tribute to Sustainment Warriors supporting the Warfighter at the tip of the spear for more than a century, “Sustaining Freedom.” More information at