We Celebrate Our Military Roots
Many residents of Atlantic Shores first experienced the area by being stationed here years ago, like Bob Sage. When the Navy brought Bob to Virginia Beach in 1963, he loved the city and years later, chose to retire here at Atlantic Shores.
Like hundreds of other retired military personnel, Atlantic Shores’ location in Virginia Beach allows our veterans like Bob to live 5-10 minutes from amenities that they utilize daily like the Commissary, the Navy Exchange, beaches, golf courses, medical services, and recreational facilities.
As they return to Virginia Beach from all over the country, Atlantic Shores counts it an honor to serve our retired veterans and their spouses who served us so faithfully.
Military Life Amenities
- NAS Oceana Dam Neck Annex
- Dam Neck Beaches
- Navy Hotels and Lodging
- Navy Federal Credit Union
- Furnished Beach Houses for Rent
- Oceana Navy Exchange
- NAS Oceana
- NAS Oceana Park
- Aviation Historical Park
- Observation Park
- Aeropines Golf Course
- Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek – Fort Story
- Coast Guard Exchange
- Naval Station Norfolk
- Naval Medical Center Portsmouth
- Hampton VA Medical Center
- Joint Base Langley-Eustis
Hampton Roads Military Installations
The Hampton Roads area is home to one of the world’s largest populations of military personnel, with approximately 83,000 active-duty members. Additionally, the largest Naval base in the world and the only NATO command on U.S. soil are here in Hampton Roads. Major military installations include Naval Station Norfolk, Naval Air Station Oceana, Naval Air Station Oceana – Dam Neck Annex, Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek – Fort Story; Langley Air Force Base, Fort Eustis, Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, the Hampton VA Medical Center and U.S. Coast Guard.