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About Fort George G. Meade

Fort Meade is Maryland’s largest employer. It sits on 5,067 acres and has more than 1,670 buildings, according to the Army website, www.mybaseguide.com.

National Cryptologic Museum Reveals Old Secrets

The National Cryptologic Museum (NCM), located adjacent to Fort Meade, is the only museum in the intelligence community open to the general public.

Fort Meade Service Members Honor Veterans

Patricia Ritter’s eyes filled with tears as she thought about her husband, Preston, who died in February 2016.

DoD Grant Provides Learning Opportunities for Military Kids

Guest speakers, after-school clubs, iPads, field trip funding and classroom enrichment projects are just a few of the resources for military children that have been funded by a DoD Education Activity Grant.

From Col. Thomas Rickard

I want to remain open in our communication with our community partners.

Director of Transformation Leads Meade Into Future

One hundred years of continuous service to our military and our national security, “and we’re just getting started,” said one of Fort Meade’s new leaders.

From Saddles to Cyberspace: A Century of Innovation and Security

Fort Meade will be celebrating the 100th anniversary of the installation throughout 2017.

Fort Meade Calendar

2015 November 10 Veteran’s Day Observance, Fort Meade Museum 17 Army vs. Navy flag football game and free tailgate party. The game, a preview to the annual...

Constructing a Cyber Superpower

The site of an Army golf course named for President Dwight Eisenhower, which is just one long drive from the National Security Agency (NSA), is an active construction site that will eventually be the home of U.S. military cyber.

FMA’s Tech Mania Encourages Students to Pursue STEM Careers

More than 120 ninth-grade students participated in hands-on demonstrations and learned about science and technology careers during the Fort Meade Alliance’s (FMA) Tech Mania, held in October at the Community College of Baltimore County’s Catonsville (CCBC) campus.

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