The Medal of Honor Memorial Library

Hours of Operation

Monday Closed
Tuesday 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Wednesday 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Thursday 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Friday 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed


4418 Llewellyn Ave., Bldg. 4418
Fort Meade, MD 20755
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Handicap Accessible

+1(301)677-5522 or +1(301)677-4509

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About Us

Army Libraries offer a wide range of services worldwide. As a patron of the libraries, you and your Family have access* to:

  • Books, audiobooks and movies
  • Downloadable content including eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMusic, and eMovies
  • Online databases for research and homework help
  • Computer stations with Internet
  • Personalized help with your questions
  • Events, classes, and storytimes
  • Summer reading clubs and books discussion groups
  • Meeting or study rooms
  • Copy and print services

Register for an account at your nearest library, or if you are deployed in a remote location, please see the Army Libraries Web site to learn more about services. After registering, you can use our catalog to manage your account. My Account allows you to renew and request books, access online content, create wish lists, write reviews, and request books while deployed.

* Note: some services may not be available at all locations.

Loan Policies

Borrowing privileges are generally extended to those who have an affiliation with either the Department of Defense or Fort Meade itself. All material is checked out for a period of three weeks with two renewals allowed provided it is not on reserve for another patron.
Lost or damaged material must be reported and restitution made in accordance with AR 735-17, Property Accountability, Accounting for Library Materials.
When the Library is closed, material may be returned in the outside book drop.


Online catalog:

For first-time users, click on “New to My Account” in order to acquire a Personal Identification Number (PIN). You must ensure that the email address you enter to create your PIN is the same email address you submitted to the Library when you registered as a borrower. Once your PIN is established, this enables to renew your own books or request materials can then be be purchased.

With an AKO account, a number of academic databases can be accessed. On the AKO homepage,, click on the “Self Service” pull down box and then click on “My Library.”

The Library has both Common Access Card (CAC) computers and regular public access computers that access the Internet.
There is a digital sender and a fax machine available for public usage.