PAO is the first point of contact for civilian news media. We respond promptly to requests for information and can coordinate interviews and visits to the installation. The media relations branch also manages submissions to the Hometown News Service and conducts PA training for supported organizations on Fort Lee.
Fort Lee is a non-public news gathering forum. As such, all civilian media must coordinate approval and an escort prior to entering Fort Lee.
News organizations interested in covering the mission and events at Fort Lee or filming on the installation should contact the media relations officer to arrange an escort on post.
Members of the media may also request to be included on e-mail distribution lists for media releases and advisories to stay informed of the latest news and opportunities for coverage at Fort Lee.
Fort Lee on DVIDS
Media and other communications professionals looking for news updates, high-resoultion imagery and broadcast-quality video made available by PAO can register a free account on the Defense Video & Imagery Distribution System (DVIDS).
Fort Lee on Flickr
High-resolution images taken by the staff of the Fort Lee Traveller and other members of PAO are available on Flickr and are considered to be in the public domain.
Subject matter searchable section of the Army’s public website with more than 2,300 feature photos used on the Army homepage.
Defense Visual Information Center
DVIC is the official records center for the storage and preservation of visual information (VI) records of the U.S. military. Our holdings include motion picture film, videotape, still photography, and CD-ROM stock photo collections for use by Department of Defense (DoD) customers in support of mission requirements. Most of our imagery is made available to the public on a cost-recovery fee basis.
DefenseLink Multi-Media Gallery
Comprehensive collection of images, graphics, sound and video compiled by military photojournalists and Combat Camera specialists stationed around the world.
DefenseLink Graphics (Organizational Seals)
Department of Defense, Military Service Seals and United in Memory Emblem are protected from unauthorized use by law. However, the Military Services typically approve the use of their Service emblem or coat of arms as a substitute. There is no such substitute for the Department of Defense Seal. To request use of the Service emblems or coat of arms, refer to our fact sheet.
More Military Images & Clip Art
A compendium of websites compiled by the Pentagon Library staff.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Digital Visual Library
The photographic and graphic images located on this web site are provided to visually communicate programs, projects and events of the US Army Corps of Engineers and are made available through the combined efforts of team members throughout the Corps.
Other Sources of Military Images
U.S. Army Center of Military History.
Sending a release via the Hometown News Service is an easy way for service members to share good news with their hometown communities via local newspapers and other media outlets around the world. If you have been promoted, received an award, completed significant schooling, recently deployed or are retiring, then you may wish to consider submitting a Hometown News Release.
Submit Hometown News Release Online
IMPORTANT: When submitting, ensure that under the Public Affairs Officer (PAO) heading, you enter Fort Lee for the Post/Base and Public Affairs Office for the Unit.
All submissions are screened/approved by Fort Lee Public Affairs prior to final submission to Joint Hometown News Service. Paper forms are no longer accepted. Call 804-734-6965 for assistance.