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Virginia’s Fort Lee Becomes Fort Gregg-Adams—Here’s Why Military Members Should Care 

The United States Department of Defense (DoD) is renaming nine military bases previously branded after Confederate Army members, primarily generals. The Army installation formerly known as Fort Lee became Fort Gregg-Adams on April 27, 2023.

The new name commemorates Lt. Gen. Arthur J. Gregg and the late Lt. Col. Charity Adams. Gregg became a three-star general during his 36 years in the United States Army, while Adams was the first Black officer in the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps. Adams led the only (and first) all-Black Women’s Auxiliary Corps unit to serve overseas during World War II.

Fort Lee was previously named to honor Confederate States General in Chief and U.S. Army Colonel Robert E. Lee.

About Fort Lee/Fort Gregg-Adams 

Fort Gregg-Adams (formerly Fort Lee) trains more than 70,000 military members and civilians. Located in Prince George County, VA, Fort Gregg-Adams is the headquarters of the United States Army Combined Arms Support Command (CASCOM)/ Sustainment Center of Excellence (SCoE). It is also the site of the Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA), the U.S. Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA), and several Army training schools.

Fort Gregg-Adams will perform all the same duties, but now under a new name.

For military members stationed at Fort Lee/Fort Gregg-Adams, disciplinary procedures will not change despite the new name. If you’re facing allegations of criminal conduct, you need a capable military defense lawyer in your corner.

Experienced, Veteran-Led Military Defense Lawyers for Fort Lee/Fort Gregg-Adams Residents 

Every day, dedicated service members see their careers, reputations, and freedom threatened due to allegations of criminal misconduct. The legal team at Capovilla & Williams serves those military members needing a capable defense.

Two former JAG officers lead our legal team, and we represent those accused of:

  • Assault
  • Positive Urinalysis
  • Sexual Assault
  • Domestic Violence
  • Drug Crimes
  • BAH Fraud
  • Travel Voucher Fraud
  • Any other criminal offense

We are familiar with both criminal procedures and military adjudication measures. Our team will work tirelessly to secure the best possible outcome for all disciplinary procedures you face.

Call Capovilla & Williams Today for a Free Consultation About Our Fort Lee/Fort Gregg-Adams Legal Defense Services 

Hire a capable military defense lawyer as soon as possible, as time is of the essence when mounting a defense. Our roster of attorneys knows the realities of military life and the perils of credible and false allegations. We’ll fight to resolve your case at Fort Lee/Fort Gregg-Adams favorably.

Call Capovilla & Williams today at 404-496-7674 for your free consultation. You can also contact us online, and we will reach out to you.

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