Directions to the Office of the Staff Judge Advocate

Directions from Washington, D.C.

Go to MD-295 N towards Baltimore to US 175 East.  Follow 175 East until you come to the Reece Road intersection, where you will see a traffic light.

Turn right at the traffic light onto Reece Road and then proceed to the main gate.  Please note that Fort Meade is a “closed” post, and you may need to go through the Visitor Control Center.  You will need to present your driver's license, vehicle registration and proof of insurance.

After passing through the main gate, quickly turn left onto Ernie Pyle Road.  Stay on Ernie Pyle Road until you reach Llewellyn Avenue. 

Turn right onto Llewellyn Avenue and then turn left onto Roberts Avenue.  From there, the Office of the Staff Judge Advocate building is clearly marked and will be on your left.  The Claims Division is on the first floor of the building.

Directions from Baltimore

Go to MD-295 S towards Washington to US 175 East. Follow 175 East until you come to the Reece Road intersection, where you will see a traffic light.

Turn right at the traffic light onto Reece Road and then proceed to the main gate.  Please note that Fort Meade is a “closed” post, and you may need to go through the Visitor Control Center.  You will need to present your driver's license, vehicle registration and proof of insurance.

After passing through the main gate, quickly turn left onto Ernie Pyle Road.  Stay on Ernie Pyle Road until you reach Llewellyn Avenue. 

Turn right onto Llewellyn Avenue and then turn left onto Roberts Avenue.  From there, the Office of the Staff Judge Advocate building is clearly marked and will be on your left.  The Claims Division is on the first floor of the building.

Visitor Control Center

Since Fort Meade is a “closed” post, all visitors must go to the Visitor Control Center at the Reece Road gate for access information.

For more information, please visit the VCC website or call 301-677-1064 or 301-677-1065. 

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