Langley Air Force Base allows visits from official JROTC, ROTC, and university and high school groups. The base offers tours to these groups, but does not offer personal tours for friends, family members or tourists.
Langley Air Force Base does offer on-site features for soldiers and their families, including veterinary care, child care, a military hospital and clinics.
The base began its operations in 1917 after the United States entry into World War I. In October of 2010, Langley Air Force Base and Fort Eustis merged to form Joint Base Langley–Eustis. The base houses the 27th Fighter Squadron and 94th Fighter Squadron.