Saturday, February 24, 2018
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Tax CenterThe Fort Belvoir Tax Center provides one of the most critical services on post, said Lt. Col. Chris Tomlinson, Fort Belvoir Garrison commander. Last year, Belvoir staff and volunteers completed 2,300 returns, with a value of almost $3.9 million in refunds.

“That’s pretty incredible. And the ability of the volunteers that make up the horse power in this place is pretty impressive,” he said. Tomlinson spoke Monday at the opening of the Belvoir Tax Center.

This year, the tax center received new computers, and also acquired several new volunteers to do taxes after losing some volunteers last year, said Chuck Nichols, a tax center volunteer.

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Through a coordinated partnership between the Mount Vernon High School and Belvoir’s DFMWR, non-paying internships and practicums are available to students to work in a variety of DFMWR facilities on Fort Belvoir.

Romel Voellm, Belvoir FMWR’s community activities center director, has three youth working for him, behind-the-scenes, at the Community Center.

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CID has been receiving complaints from citizens worldwide that they have been the victims of several types of scams (romance, vehicle), again, where a cyber crook is impersonating a U.S. Service member.

One version usually involves the sale of a vehicle (ATV, RV, car, motorcycle, etc.); where the Service member claims to be living or moving overseas and has to quickly sell their vehicle because they are being sent to another duty station.  Fort Belvoir has no ‘logistics department’ that will store or transport anyone’s privately owned vehicle.

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In conjunction with the annual Super Bowl celebration by the USO, the organization also celebrated its fifth anniversary since the building was built.

Chief Warrant Officer 3 Stephen McCombs said he frequently visits the USO and enjoys the atmosphere.

“It’s a family atmosphere,” he said, adding it’s a place to relax and enjoy being with others. At the Super Bowl party, he said it was a fun event with good-natured ribbing, as people waited for the final results of the game.

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Every Soldier has the chance to submit ideas of commercial, off-the-shelf items directly to the Soldier Enhancement Program and potentially have their recommendations issued to Soldiers. Personnel are also encouraged to submit items for government-off-the-shelf and non-developmental items.

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