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What does FMVA stand for?

FMVA stands for Fort Monroe, Virginia

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The command, which was established at Fort Monroe, Virginia, in 2002, was originally created to better align accessions and initial-entry training by becoming an overall headquarters for the Army Recruiting Command, Army Cadet Command, and initial-entry-training organizations.
Word around Washington is that it stems from a 1995 training session that then-House Speaker Newt Gingrich arranged for a select group of GOP operatives who were dispatched to the Army Training and Doctrine Command (ATDC) at Fort Monroe, Virginia.
At least that's the "Campaign Plan" of the Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) Cadet Command at Fort Monroe, Virginia, dated July 1, 1993 - an unclassified but not widely known document that describes in detail the Army's plan for Junior ROTC Career Academies.