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Washington Suites Alexandria

Andrews Air Force Base Lodging & Housing at Virginia Hotel

Andrews Air Force Base Lodging & Housing -

Find well-appointed lodging and temporary housing near Joint Base Andrews Naval Air Facility Washington (Andrews Air Force Base), which is located just 10 miles from the base. The Washington Suites Alexandria is the perfect place to call home when relocating, visiting Andrews Air Force Base military personnel or just enjoying the many nearby Virginia attractions.
Centrally located to sightseeing in the enchanting Potomac River region and Northern Virginia, our Alexandria, Virginia hotel offers warmly styled accommodations and welcoming amenities, including complimentary Continental breakfast, modern fitness center, free High Speed Internet service, business center, free parking and free shuttle to the Van Dorn Metro station.

Joint Base Andrews Naval Air Facility Washington -

Formerly known as Andrews Air Force Base, Joint Base Andrews Naval Air Facility Washington is located in Prince George County, Maryland and is one of the most prominent Air Force bases in the United States. Located 10 miles southeast of Washington, D.C., Joint Base Andrews Naval Air Facility Washington is the seat of operations and frequent landing site for Air Force One, the President of the United States' airplane. Home to more than 60 American military units, Joint Base Andrews Naval Air Facility Washington boasts a proud place in America's military history. To learn more about Joint Base Andrews Naval Air Facility Washington (Andrews Air Force Base), visit www.andrews.af.mil.

Andrews Air Force Base History -

Joint Base Andrews Naval Air Facility Washington or Andrews Air Force Base, as it is more commonly known, was established on September 5, 1942 during World War II. Originally named Camp Springs Air Base, Andrews Air Force Base was renamed in honor of the former Commanding General of United States Forces in the European Theater of Operations during WWII, Lieutenant General Frank M. Andrews. First named Andrews Field in 1945 in honor of Lieutenant Andrews after his death in a plane crash in Iceland, the base took the name Andrews Air Force Base in 1948, shortly after the end of World War II. Most recently, Andrews Air Force Base was renamed Joint Base Andrews Naval Air Facility Washington on October 1, 2009. To learn more about the history of Joint Base Andrews Naval Air Facility Washington, www.andrews.af.mil/library/factsheets/index.asp

Units Stationed at Andrews AFB -

Units based at Joint Base Andrews Naval Air Facility Washington/Andrews AFB include the 316th Wing (316 WG) (AFDW), the Air Force District of Washington, the 89th Airlift Wing Air Mobility Command and the 79th Medical Wing. To learn more about the many distinguished military units proudly serving at Joint Base Andrews Naval Air Facility Washington, visit www.andrews.af.mil/units/index.asp.
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