*Some Resources May Require TRADOC HQ SharePoint Access. Contact your librarian for help* These resources are intended as overviews of relevant discussion and do not represent endorsement by TRADOC.
*From the Lee Blvd/Read St. parking lot, enter Bldg. 705 though and follow signs to the left for TRADOC. The library is located in the first hallway, Rooms 53-57.
Closed: Federal and Training Holidays
Phone: (757) 501-7138
The TRADOC HQ Library is focused on professional research support covering topics including: Military, Management, Organizational Theory, Critical Thinking, Technology, Personal Growth, and other related topics.
Library Materials: We have books, audiobooks on CD & MP3, research related DVDs, and e-books/downloadable audiobooks.
Books & Audiobooks checkout for 30 days. Materials can be kept longer (call/email to renew up to 2 times) if no one has requested the items.
An account and password are required to access our digital resources. Contact your librarian for help
Consultations: A Research Librarian is available to meet individually with you to determine the resources and research strategies that will best meet your information and research requirements.
Orientations: The TRADOC HQ Library provides orientation briefings to groups and individuals.
User Instructional Briefings: We also offer formal or informal briefings to groups on specific resources and finding tools (catalogs, indexing and abstracting services, bibliographic databases, etc) relevant to their current taskings, assignments, or research requirements. Contact us to request an appointment/ briefing or call us at 501-7138.
Obtaining Materials We Don't Have (Interlibrary Loan): Contact us to submit a request for articles, books, or other media not currently in our collection.
All TRADOC Headquarters staff and personnel assigned to Headquarters units (e.g. IMT, ATSC) located here at Fort Eustis. Also, personnel assigned to these units but physically located elsewhere (e.g. TRADOC Analysis Center at Fort Leavenworth, TRADOC U.S. Liason Officers located world-wide, etc.)
Other individuals may apply to use the library on a case by case basis, as determined and approved by the Library Director.
Users can stop by the library or one of the Outreach Events to register for a card.
2 NIPR Computer Workstations
2 Commercial Computer Workstations with CAC readers
Roomy Academic Research Carrels: All study carrels have power plugs, commercial wi-fi, and privacy partitions.
Collaborative Space with Tables & Whiteboards
Copier/Scanner/Printers for both NIPR and Commercial Computers
NO FAX machine. However, there is a FAX machine available for use at the Groninger Post Library located across the street in the PX parking lot.
Food and beverages: Food and beverages may be brought into the library; all beverages must have a lid or cap on them. You are responsible for disposing of any trash and any required cleaning-up.
Donations: The library does accept donations of mission-related materials subject to the approval of the Library Director. Please contact us before bringing items to the library.
Lost or damaged library materials: The borrower is responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged Library materials. Please do not attempt to repair damaged materials. Before purchasing a replacement for a lost or damaged item, please contact us.
Failing to return an item you have checked out: In accordance with AR 735--17, Accounting for Library Materials, failure to respond to overdue notices within the time limits specified and/or failure to replace materials lost by the borrower will result in suspension of library privileges to include borrowing of further materials, use of databases and other services. Library privileges are restored after overdue items are returned or lost items are replaced in kind.