Virginia (VA) National Security And International Affairs Companies

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Marine Corps Exchange
P.O. BOX 4009
Arlington VA 22204
(703) 979-8420
Atlantic Div Engineering
1510 Gilbert St.
Norfolk VA 23511
(757) 322-8122
US Naval Recruiting
5900 Virginia Beach Blvd # 100
Norfolk VA 23502
(757) 461-4491
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US Department of the Navy
Vf 101 Air Squadron Nas
Virginia Beach VA 23460
(757) 433-5339
Simon Group International Inc
11717 Karbon Hill CT A
Reston VA 20191
(703) 860-0770
Nswc Carderock Div Combatant
116 Lake View Pkwy # 200
Suffolk VA 23435
(757) 686-7968
US Army Reserve
3502 Bennetts Creek Park Rd.
Suffolk VA 23435
(757) 483-6440
US Army Department
46040 Center Oak Plz # 145
Sterling VA 20166
(703) 443-1172
McCs
3044 Catlin Ave.
Quantico VA 22134
(703) 784-3868
Tradoc Contracting Activity
1 Fort Eustis Bldg 2798
Fort Eustis VA 23604
(757) 878-3034
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