By The Fort Meade Museum
Many buildings and roads on post have been named to honor Army Soldiers.
Abrams Hall (2793 Hawkins Road), named after Gen. Creighton Abrams, former Army chief of staff, 1972-1974
Brett Hall (4707 Ruffner Road), named after Medal of Honor recipient 2nd Lt. Lloyd M. Brett, the American Indian Wars
DeKalb U.S. Army Reserve Center (1251 Annapolis Road), named after Maj. Gen. Baron DeKalb, military hero of the Revolutionary War
Hale Hall (4554 Llewellyn Ave.), named after Revolutionary War hero Capt. Nathan Hale
Heard Hall (4709 Ruffner Road), named after Medal of Honor recipient 1st Lt. John Heard, whose leadership successfully reversed the charge of nearly 1,000 enemy forces during the Spanish-American War
Hodges Hall (4551 Llewellyn Ave.), named after Maj. Gen. Courtney Hodges, First Army commander in the European Theater of Operations, World War II
Kuhn Hall (4415 Llewellyn Ave.), named after Maj. Gen. Joseph Kuhn, 79th Infantry Division, and first post commander of Camp Meade
MacArthur Middle School (Rockenbach Road), named after Gen. Douglas MacArthur, World War I, World War II and the Korean War
Pershing Hall (4550 Parade Field Lane), named after General of the Armies John J. “Blackjack” Pershing, commander of the Allied Expeditionary Forces, World War I. Pershing was also the first commander of First U.S. Army.
Pulaski Hall (4216 Roberts Ave.), named after Gen. Casimir Pulaski, Gen. George Washington’s aide-de-camp
Quick Hall (9804 Love Road), named after Medal of Honor recipient Sgt. Maj. John Quick, U.S. Marine Corps, Spanish-American War
Smallwood Hall (4650 Griffin Ave.), named after Maj. Gen. William Smallwood, Revolutionary War military hero
Argonne Hills Chapel, named after World War I battle/campaign area in France
Burba Park, named after Gen. Edwin Burba, First U.S. Army commander, 1968-1970
Ernie Pyle Street, named after Pulitzer Prize-winning World War II journalist
Llewellyn Avenue, named after 1st Lt. Robert C. Llewellyn, killed in action in France during World War I
Mapes Road, named after Sgt. Marvin E. Mapes, killed in action during World War I
McGlachlin Parade Field, named after Maj. Gen. Edward McGlachlin, commander, 7th Infantry Division during World War I
Reece Road, named after Sgt. Sam Reece, killed in action during World War II
Roberts Avenue, named after Cpl. Harold Roberts, Medal of Honor recipient, killed in action during World War I in France
Rock Avenue, named after 2nd Lt. William C. Rock, Distinguished Service Cross recipient, killed in action during World War II
Rockenbach Road, named after Brig. Gen. Samuel Rockenbach, who helped develop tank warfare. The Army Tank School was originally located at Fort Meade after World War I.
Zimborski Avenue, named after Cpl. Albert J. Zimborski, Distinguished Service Cross recipient, killed in action during World War II
For more information, visit http://www.ftmeade.army.mil/museum/history/history.html.