Henderson Hall Base Guide

Photo of the ribbon cutting for the grand opening of the MCX third floor addition and NEX Uniform Center at Henderson Hall.
Grand opening: From left, retired Rear Adm. Robert J. Bianchi, chief executive officer, Navy Exchange Service Command; Grayson Avery, senior project manager Stellar Commercial Construction; Bette Stolarun, Marine Corps Exchange retail director; Michelle Cole, manager, NEX Uniform Center; Roger R. Weger, Marine Corps Community Services director; Dave Turner, acting director, Non-appropriated Fund Business and Support Services Division, U.S. Marine Corps Manpower and Reserve Affairs; and Col. Anthony S. Barnes, commanding officer, Headquarters and Service Battalion, Headquarters Marine Corps, Henderson Hall pose for a photograph while cutting the ribbon during the grand opening for the MCX third floor addition and NEX Uniform Center. (Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall PAO photo by Rachel Larue)


Henderson Hall is situated on Southgate Road on the southern border of Arlington National Cemetery, next door to the Army’s Fort Myer. The Pentagon is a short distance to the east, with the Navy Annex just to the south.

Built on land acquired through deeds and other actions between 1943 and 1952, Henderson Hall officially became U.S. government property on February 15, 1954, when the governor of Virginia executed a Deed of Cession of Political Jurisdiction.