NAS PENSACOLA


NASP Corry Station

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Welcome

NAS Pensacola Corry Station

Corry Station is part of the greater NAS Pensacola installation, located 3 miles from NAS Pensacola’s main gate. Corry Station is a gated complex, home to several information warfare community training and operational commands, a field office of the Department of Homeland Security, a reserve Army command, as well as MWR and Navy Exchange facilities.

For personnel reporting to the Navy Information Operations Command Pensacola (NIOCP), report to the administration department in Building 3783. You may contact NIOC administration at 850-452-0311 or DSN 922-0311.

Arrival

For Navy students and staff reporting to Information Warfare Training Command (IWTC) Corry Station, both enlisted and officer, check- in at the “main” quarterdeck at Building 1094, which you may contact at 850-452-6618.

For personnel reporting to the NIOCP, report to the NIOCP Quarterdeck in Building 3783. You may contact the NIOCP Quarterdeck at 850-452-0237 or DSN 922-0237.

Check-In

Following your check-in at the CID Corry Station quarterdeck, students and unaccompanied or single staff members desiring billeting will check-in with our Five-Star Zumwalt Award-winning Bachelor Enlisted Quarters Welcome Center in Building 1084. The professional BEQ staff will assist you with accommodations for your stay at Corry Station. They can be reached at 850-452-6609/6541 or DSN 922-6609/6541.

During normal working hours, your next visit should be Student Management in Building 502. Student Management will make the necessary data entries to begin your check-in process.

ARMY, AIR FORCE, MARINE CORPS AND COAST GUARD PERSONNEL

Army, Air Force, Marine Corps and Coast Guard personnel are also required to check-in with their service offices in Building 502.

NAVY AND INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

CID Corry Station students should report to the customer service desk in Building 502.

Items Required for Check-in and Checkout

• Original orders and service record.

• Family entry approval.

• Overseas screening or other appropriate screening documents.

• Lodging receipts for temporary lodging expenses.

• Lodging receipts for periods of temporary additional duty (including BQ receipts).

• Copy of lease or mortgage.

• Birth and marriage certificates or divorce decrees (if applicable).

Housing

Pensacola Unaccompanied Housing (Corry Station Center for Information Dominance)

Buildings 3701, 3702, 3703, 3704, 3705, 3707, 3708, 3709, 3710, 3715, 3716, 3717, 1082, 1084, 1090 and 1094

A vital part of the NAS Pensacola outfit, Corry Station CID is approximately 3 miles from mainside. Award-winning service by the staff will provide you with a fine place to live with fantastic customer service. The site consists of 15 buildings and all buildings are for students in the intelligence schools. Mariner’s Roost is the name of the complex.

Within Mariner’s Roost, the unaccompanied housing complex onboard Corry Station, student residents will find vending areas, laundry facilities, game rooms with large-screen televisions and computers with internet access, picnic areas with tables and grills, volleyball courts, basketball courts and horseshoe tossing pits.

MWR facilities are within easy walking distance; including a bowling alley, swimming pool, auto hobby shop, gym, wellness center and many other facilities. Public transportation is available between locations via Escambia County area transit service. Contact the staff for assistance.

Corry CID UH front desk 850-452-6609/6541
Front desk supervisor 850-452-6188
Fax 850-452-6685
Corry CID UH complexmanager 850-452-6594
Deputy UH manager 850-452-2007

Services

Corry Chapel

Corry Chapel offers a dynamic command religious program of divine services, pastoral counseling and religious education. The religious professionals on our staff can be reached at 850-452-6376/6103, fax 850-452-6065.

SERVICES AT CORRY STATION CHAPEL

Protestant Services
• 10:30 a.m. Sunday
• 9 a.m. Sunday School

Catholic Services
• 5:30 p.m. Sunday, Life Teen Mass

CREDIT UNION

At Pen Air Federal Credit Union, respect is a guiding principle. As the largest and oldest credit union headquartered in Pensacola, Florida, with $1.3 billion in assets, Pen Air is dedicated to enhancing lives through exceptional service, strength, and financial solutions. Nineteen locations in Northwest Florida and Southeast Alabama, which include three student-run credit unions at area high schools, combined with online and mobile banking provide worldwide reach. Pen Air is a not-for-profit, member-owned financial institution, serving the community and improving lives since 1936.

We are at 5570 West Highway 98, in front of Corry Station. For a complete list of locations and ATMs, visit www.penair.org/Locations.

Hours:
Lobby: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
Drive Through: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to noon Saturday
Visit us at www.penair.org or call 850-505-3200 or toll-free 877-4PENAIR.

Navy Branch Health Clinic

JOINT AMBULATORY CARE CENTER AT CORRY STATION

790 Veterans Way
Pensacola, FL 32507 850-452-6326

The Naval Branch Health Clinic at CID Corry Station is an open access clinic for active-duty personnel only. The clinic is in the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Joint Ambulatory Care Center on the south side of Corry Station. All medical care will be conducted at the clinic during normal hours. Any after-hours urgent care needs will be available at Naval Hospital Pensacola’s Urgent Care Center, open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. Call the clinic if you have questions concerning your medical needs. Uniform of the day is required when visiting the clinic.

Medical Clinic 850-452-6326, ext. 4000
Central Appointments 850-505-7171
Hours: 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday; and 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday

Medical Services Provided

NBHC Corry provides nonemergency medical care in a patient-centered primary care clinic. Most medical issues are managed first by our providers and corpsmen, and if they cannot be treated within our clinic, patients will be referred to a specialist. Some of the different services performed are immunizations, STD exams, Pap smears, Depo-Provera shots, overseas and sea duty screening, laboratory procedures, audiology testing and preventive health assessments. NBHC Corry generally has same-day appointments, and urgent walk-ins are accepted during weekday clinic hours. Special scheduling is done for physicals Wednesday afternoons, and there is walk-in scheduling for the following:

Wart Clinic

12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday

No Shave Clinic

12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday

There are no routine scheduled appointments Friday afternoon. Only urgent walk-ins will be seen.

For scheduling and appointments during normal working hours, call 850-452-6326, ext. 4000 or visit us directly. For appointment scheduling outside of working hours, call Central Appointments at 850-505-7171.

Urgent Care after Normal Working Hours

Urgent Care Center at Naval Hospital Pensacola, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily

Try to seek care during normal working hours at NBHC Corry. The Naval Hospital Pensacola Urgent Care Center is not for routine appointments during normal clinic hours.

NBHC CORRY STATION DENTAL

Main Dental Number 850-452-6326, ext. 4300

NBHC Corry has a group of dental providers and technicians that are here to provide quality care and put you at ease during your visit.

DENTAL SERVICES

Routine dental services are provided, including annual exams, overseas and sea duty screenings, cleanings, restorative work and X-rays. Call 850-452-6326, ext. 4300 to schedule appointments. Dental readiness is often a challenge for new military personnel. If you are told you are a Class 3 (a cavity that needs filling), make an appointment ASAP. If you are a Class 2 (need a cleaning), call for an appointment when it does not disrupt your training schedule.

Hours are 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday and 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday.
Dental Emergencies After Hours
Duty Technician 850-375-1603
Staff or students must call to make any type of appointment with the Dental Department.

Check-in: Staff and students must have dental record and ID in hand, unless you already have turned in your dental record at NBHC Corry Medical/Dental Indoctrination.

Checkout: Staff and students must have copy of orders in hand and dental record in their possession.

NAVY EXCHANGE

Building 540
Retail Store 850-455-2205
Barbershop 850-453-2483
Front Register 850-456-9297
Uniform Shop 850-453-1150

Personalized services, the uniform shop and the tailor shop and laundry are all available at the Navy Exchange in Building 540. Call ahead to get store hours.

MORALE, WELFARE AND RECREATION

MORALE, WELFARE AND RECREATION BUSINESS OFFICE

NASP, Building 4143, Radford Boulevard 850-452-3806

The recreation opportunities for active-duty military and their families, retirees and their families, and DOD civilians are limitless at NAS Pensacola. NAS Pensacola is in three geographically separate areas: NAS Pensacola, Corry Station and Blue Angel Park Recreation area.

The MWR Business Office hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. It is closed weekends and government holidays.

Auto Skills Center

Building 1006 850-452-6542

The Auto Skills Center is outfitted with 13 covered work bays, eight automotive lifts, tire machines, tire balancers, brake lathes and a large selection of hand tools and specialty tools. An up-to-date technical reference library and a friendly staff are available to provide first-rate service for beginning to advanced automotive enthusiasts.

Bowling

Corry Recreation Center
Building 3738 850-452-6380

CORRY BOWLING CENTER

The upgraded facility has 16 lanes catering to league bowling, open bowling, parties and special events such as cosmic bowling, command functions and birthday parties. New features for parties and special events include short, interactive games and competitions. Automatic bumpers are available on all 16 lanes. If you’re hungry, the Corry Grill is inside the main entrance along with the Old Crow’s Nest bar to provide beverage options.

CORRY GRILL

The Corry Grill serves a variety of foods at a reasonable cost for lunch and dinner. Available items are one-quarter pound and one-half pound hamburgers and cheeseburgers, a variety of chicken sandwiches, strips and wraps, salads, grilled cheese and finger foods such as cheese sticks, nachos and mini tacos. The grill also has cookies and funnel cake for those with a sweet tooth.

OLD CROW’S NEST BAR

The Old Crow’s Nest features a relaxing atmosphere. It offers a full bar with 40 bottled beers, six beers on tap, wine and liquor. There is a pool table available, jukebox, board and card games, and four HD smart televisions for your entertainment.

Child and Youth Programs

CHILD AND YOUTH PROGRAM (CYP)

Building 4119 850-453-6310

The Corry Child Development Center (CDC) is one of the largest military CDCs within the region. The center is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) which promotes excellence in early childhood education. The center provides full-time, part-day (preschool only) and hourly care for children 6 weeks to 5 years old. Hours for full-day care are 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday. Hours for part-day care are 8 a.m. to noon for two, three or five days a week. Florida’s free Voluntary Prekinder­garten Education Program (VPK) is offered for children who turn 4 by Sept. 1. Give Parents a Break (GPAB) nights are also offered monthly at the current hourly care rate. The programs are open to all active-duty military, DOD civilians, Reservists on orders, DOD contractors, other federal employees and retirees.

To request care in any of the Pensacola area Child and Youth Programs, visit http://militarychildcare.com and complete a request for care profile.

CORRY SCHOOL AGE CARE (SAC)

Corry School Age Care is accredited by Council on Accreditation as a program that provides exemplary developmental care for school-age children. SAC works in partnership with the Boys & Girls Club of America and 4-H Clubs. SAC offers before- and after-school care during the school year, camps for school breaks and summer, and hourly care for children in Kindergarten through 12 years old.

Hours for programs are 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday. GPAB nights are also offered monthly at the current hourly care rate. The programs are open to all active-duty military, DOD civilians, Reservists on orders, DOD contractors, other federal employees and retirees. To request care in any of the Pensacola area Child and Youth Programs, visit http://militarychildcare.com and complete a request for care profile.

CHILD DEVELOPMENT HOME PROGRAM

Building 3634 850-281-5368
850-572-5026

The NAS Pensacola Child Development Home (CDH) program provides quality childcare in safe and healthy environments for children 6 weeks to 12 years old. The CDH program is designed to meet the unique needs of military and DOD schedules. CDH providers may offer care for days, night, evenings and weekend care when authorized to do so. CDH providers offer safe environments designed to meet the developmental needs of children enrolled and include nutritious meals and snacks. Escambia and Santa Rosa county residents may apply for certification; applicants are not required to be military-affiliated. Those who live off-base must also obtain either a state license or state registration prior to becoming Navy certified.

CDH applicants and all family members must complete a rigorous background screening to include a CNACI clearance, fingerprinting and all local background checks. In addition, they are required to attend a 40-hour orientation training. This class is offered quarterly at no cost. Once the file is complete, approved and a state license or registration is provided, CDH applicants are required to obtain general liability insurance. All files are reviewed by a Quality Review Board, which provides recommendations to the Commanding Officer prior to certification being authorized. Becoming a Certified Navy CDH Provider is a privilege authorized by the Commanding Officer.

Parents in the need of a CDH provider should visit http://militarychildcare.com, build a profile and review providers in the area who meet their childcare needs criteria. Parents are encouraged to schedule an appointment with the potential provider, meet them and tour the home before making an informed decision of where to place their child.

The CDH Office is at the NAS Pensacola Child Development Center, Building 3634. For further information on becoming a CDH provider, contact the CDH staff or stop by the CDH Office.

Family Fitness Center

Building 3712 850-452-6004

The military family is a top priority at NAS Pensacola and Corry Station. This standalone Family Fitness Center focuses on those with young children and youth fitness. It is equipped with a complete range of cardio machines, adult and youth Selectorized equipment, dumbbells and weighted bars. Certified trainers are on site and can provide equipment orientation, individual fitness programs, and youth fitness programs as well as command PT. A wide range of group exercise classes for all ages and all levels of fitness offered. Youths 10 to 14 years of age can use the equipment once they have completed an orientation session with a trainer. In addition, there are two play areas: one for toddlers and one for pre-K. Both areas have age-appropriate toys. The Family Fitness Center is designed to promote healthy lifestyles for life. This facility is unique as it provides opportunities for parents to work out while their children can play in an enclosed area in front of them. Parents are responsible for their children.

Liberty Program

Building 3738 850-452-6254

The Liberty Center is inside the Corry Bowling and Recreation Center. The program targets single or unaccompanied active-duty personnel between the ages of 18 and 25 stationed onboard NAS Pensacola Corry Station. The Liberty Center contains multiple TV-viewing areas, featuring the Navy Motion Picture program (over 800 titles), free billiards, free Wi-Fi and computer use, free printing and faxing, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One game systems with all the newest titles and equipment, free popcorn during evenings, as well as daily bike rentals during daylight hours. Liberty plans and carries out special events and monthly trips, including concerts, visits to Orlando, holiday parties, sporting events (such as New Orleans Saints and Florida State University football, Pelicans NBA and Blue Wahoo’s baseball), paintball, go karts, local festivals, sailing, kayaking, paddle boarding and much more. Liberty Center is open daily, including holidays.

Sports Programs, Ball Fields and Pavilions

640 Roberts Ave., Building 3738
Pensacola, FL 32511 850-452-6520

MWR Sports offers a variety of sports competitions for active duty and spouses, Ready Reservists and DOD permanent contracted personnel. Recreation sports opportunities provide a fun way to enjoy sports in a noncompetitive nature throughout the entire year. The Captain’s Cup Program is a more formal and competitive sports option. For the Captain’s Cup, each registered command will compete in leagues/tournaments throughout the year to accumulate points. The command that finishes the year with the most points will be presented the Captain’s Cup Trophy. The trophy will be on display at the winning command until defeated. The MWR Sports Office also takes reservations and gear issue for anyone who wants to use our Sports Complex or Ballfields and Pavilions.

NASP Corry Station has a state-of-the-art outdoor sports complex that a well-lit, Olympic-size synthetic track with field-turf infield. The new field-turf infield will host one flag football field as well as one regulation soccer field. Corry Sports offers two softball fields, four horse-shoe pits, three sand volleyball courts, two outdoor basketball courts and two picnic pavilions with playground for recreations needs and enjoyment. MWR Programs and Reservations will have priority over unscheduled events. Reservations must be made by contacting the MWR Sports Office a minimum of 24 hours prior to event.

BLUE ANGEL PARK

Navy Getaways 850-390-6133
Community Recreation 850-281-5489

Blue Angel Park has it all on beautiful Perdido Bay off Highway 98 West on the Florida-Alabama line. It is about 20 minutes outside the back gate of NAS Pensacola. The park is open for RV, primitive, group and day camping and also provides numerous group and family picnic areas. Additionally, there are 12 two-bedroom mobile homes for rent as well as one-room camp cabins either daily or weekly. Campground B area is a full-service

RV park with water, sewer drops, concrete pads and 50/30 amp hookups. Campground A has water and 30 amp service with an adjoining dump station. Ten sites now have 50 amp service. The park has three laundry facilities for patron use. RV/Boat storage is also available. Dry storage sites are behind a secure fence and are rented on a monthly basis.

Sailboat, paddleboard and kayak rentals are available Friday through Monday on beautiful Perdido Bay. Sailboat lessons are given each Saturday and Sunday by reservation. An 18-hole miniature golf course and three great playground areas for the children are available. The park has Danger Zone Paint Ball, featuring all the latest equipment and supplies. Recently, 10 new Trek bicycles and geocaching were added to the outdoor recreation programs. There are three popular 18-hole disc golf courses. Palmetto Course caters to the novice. Pine Course is for intermediate players. Oaks Course is for the advanced player. All 54 holes have professional and amateur tee boxes. Disc golf is open to the public. The park is handicapped-accessible.

CORRY STATION SPORTS FIELDS

NASP Corry Station has a state-of-the-art outdoor sports complex that offers a well-lit, Olympic-size synthetic track with field-turf infield. The new field-turf infield will host one flag football field as well as one regulation soccer field. Corry Sports offers two softball fields, four horse-shoe pits, three sand volleyball courts, two outdoor basketball courts and two picnic pavilions with playground for recreational needs and enjoyment. MWR Programs and Reservations will have priority over unscheduled events. Reservations must be made by contacting the MWR Sports Office a minimum of 24 hours prior to event. Failure to comply with the reservation or usage policies could result in forfeiture of privileges.

Contact dorothy.player@navy.mil to make reservations.

WELLNESS CENTER

Building 3712 850-452-6802

The Wellness Center conducts fitness and wellness programs, including nutrition counseling for active-duty personnel and their families, retirees and their families, and DOD civilians. All staff are certified in one or more programs i.e., rowing, spinning (indoor cycling with instructor), TRX suspension training, group exercise and one-on-one personal training and Navy Basic. All patrons start with a personal interview with the wellness manager to have a program designed for their current fitness level, short- and long-term goals and objectives. Active-duty members are not required to have an interview unless they are looking for a specific program or have been referred by their command. Short-term visitors and member guests can be accommodated with answering the PAR-Q. The Wellness Center has all the equipment and staff experience necessary to design and execute programs from the deconditioned individual to those requiring specific, high-intensity and pre-deployment type training. MWR publishes a monthly schedule of all group exercise classes.

WENZEL GYM & FITNESS CENTER

Building 3711 850-452-6198

The Wenzel Gym & Fitness Center is a two-story fitness facility with a regulation-size basketball court, two racquetball courts and a multipurpose room. The center also offers full showers and lockers. You will find dedicated rooms for PRT-certified cardio equipment, along with other cardio options, free weights, core and stretching area and state-of-the art LifeFitness Selectorized equipment. Certified trainers are on site and can provide equipment orientation and individual fitness programs as well as large and small Command PT. A flag football regulation turf field and track are adjacent to the fitness center as well as full outdoor volleyball and outdoor basketball courts. There is a 4-mile fitness trail that outlines the perimeter of the installation with fitness stations along the trail. Last but not least, there is an outdoor Fit Locker as part of our NOFFS Zone that gives patrons the option to workout outside with a full set of bumper plates and otherequipment.

YOUTH SPORTS COMPLEX

Highway 98 across from Pensacola State College 850-453-3490

850-572-0547

Located at the entrance of Corry Housing, this area consists of playing fields for T-ball, baseball, football and soccer along with a concession stand, restrooms, plenty of parking and a playground. Look for our Youth Sports web page at www.navymwrpensacola.com or call for youth sports registration information. Youth sports are also offered at the Corry Station Youth Center, including spring and fall soccer, flag football, T-ball, coach-pitch baseball, cheerleading andbasketball.

Swimming Pool

Building 3735

This outdoor 25-meter, L-shaped pool is open Memorial Day to Labor Day. A handicap ramp, basketball goal, two climbing walls, dedicated lap lanes and a large recreational area make this a versatile summer destination. Early-morning lap swim, aqua aerobics, master’s training, youth swim team, group morning and evening lessons and private “one-on-ones” are just a few of the programs offered. Recreation and lap swim are available at no charge for active duty and their dependents, retirees and children aged 5 and under. A nominal fee is charged for retiree family members, DOD personnel and contractors. Patrons ages 10 to 16 may swim unaccompanied by completing the Navy SPLASH swim test. Reservations for parties are available. The pool is behind Family Fitness/Wellness Center. Visit the Aquatics Office onboard NASP or call 850-452-9429 for more information.

Tickets and Travel Office

Building 3787 850-452-6354

For the service member who’s thinking beyond the city limits to a dream family vacation, the Tickets and Travel office is the place to start planning. If you have a Disney destination in mind, you can get discounted passes or tickets to Disney World and many other Orlando, Florida-area attractions through the Tickets and Travel office. Additionally, your options go far beyond Orlando. For example, the Tickets and Travel office also offers tickets to Disneyland and Legoland (Southern California), Graceland, Georgia Aquarium, Audubon Experience, Dixie Stampede (dinner and show) and Titanic Museum in Branson, Missouri, plus many more. Maybe you’re considering a good old-fashioned family camping trip. In that case, the Tickets & Travel office can provide information on campgrounds and RV areas. If you prefer climate control and all the comforts of home, don’t forget to ask about hotel discounts.

Tickets and Travel will book the cruise of your dreams or an all-inclusive resort at discounted rates. Tickets and Travel can also book packages to other countries. The possibilities are endless.

You will discover a diverse selection of free travel literature, including local and state highway maps, travel guides, hotel directories, dining, camping and road travel tour information. You can also purchase discounted military travel guides such as the Military Outdoor Recreation Guide and Space A Travel.

For all the sacrifices you make as a military family, you deserve some well-earned rest and relaxation in return. Whether it’s an exotic travel destination or just Saturday night out, your installation Tickets and Travel office can help you relax for less. Tickets or reservations may be subject to availability, so make your plans and get your tickets early to make sure you aren’t left out of the fun.

The Tickets and Travel office, in Building 3787, is near the Commissary and Navy Exchange mall off Highway 98 and adjacent to the package store. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. Closed Sunday and holidays. All prices, tickets and hours are subject to change without notice. You may reach Tickets and Travel staff by calling 850-452-6354, fax 850-452-6370 or visit www.navymwrpensacola.com.

When it comes to all the great discounted travel, entertainment and recreational opportunities that await you, you won’t know until you go!

Veterinarian Clinic

Building 535 850-452-6882

The Veterinarian Clinic is open to all active-duty military, retirees and their families. The Veterinary Clinic is open for product sales 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Clinics are scheduled by appointment, generally Monday through Friday. The clinic provides routine preventive medicine products and services to include heartworm prevention, flea prevention, vaccinations, heartworm testing, feline leukemia and FIV testing, deworming and health certificates for travel.

Call for information on PCSing with your pets as soon as you receive information on your orders. The preparation time to send your pet to many overseas locations can be up to eight months.

The clinic also provides routine sick call to include skin, eye or ear problems with some additional diagnostic services available. The clinic offers limited routine surgical care (including spay, neuter and minor surgery) as mission, equipment and personnel allow. In case of an emergency, call a local veterinarian or the local emergency clinic for support.

The clinic also visits Whiting Field on a monthly basis to provide routine preventive medicine products and services to include heartworm prevention, flea prevention, vaccinations, heartworm testing, feline leukemia and FIV testing, deworming and health certificates for travel. Contact Pensacola Vet Clinic for more information.

Corry Station Morale, Welfare and Recreation

Athletics/Sports/Captain’s Cup

640 Roberts Ave., Building 3738
Pensacola, FL. 32511
850-452-6520

Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) Sports offers a wide variety of sporting competitions for active duty and spouses, Ready Reservists, and DOD Permanent Contracted Personnel. Intramural Sports opportunities provide a fun way to enjoy sports in a noncompetitive nature throughout the entire year. The Captain’s Cup Program is a more formal and competitive sports opportunity. Each registered command will compete in leagues/tournaments throughout the year to accumulate points. The command that finishes the year with the most accumulated points will be presented the Captain’s Cup Trophy. The Captain’s Cup Trophy is displayed at the winning command until defeated. The MWR Sports Office also takes reservations and gear issue for anyone interested in utilizing the NASP CORRY Sports Complex.

Corry Station Sports Complex

NAS Pensacola Corry Station has a state-of-the-art outdoor sports complex that offers a well-lit, Olympic-size synthetic track with field-turf infield. The new field-turf infield will host one flag football field as well as one regulation soccer field. Corry Station Sports also offers two softball fields, one sand volleyball court, two outdoor basketball courts and a picnic area for recreational needs and enjoyment. MWR Programs and Reservations will have priority over unscheduled events. Reservations must be made by contacting the MWR Sports Office a minimum of 24 hours prior to event. Failure to comply with the reservation or usage policies could result in forfeiture of privileges.

Contact dorothy.player@navy.mil to make reservations.

Auto Skills Center

Building 1006
850-452-6542

The Auto Skills Center (Building 1006) is outfitted with 13 covered work bays, eight automotive lifts, tire machines, tire balancers, brake lathes, and a large selection of hand tools and specialty tools. An up-to-date technical reference library and a friendly staff are available to provide first-rate service for beginning to advanced automotive enthusiasts.

Blue Angel Naval Recreation Park

850-281-5489

Blue Angel Naval Recreation Park has it all and is located at 2100 Bronson Road on beautiful Perdido Bay off Highway 98 west, on the Florida-Alabama line. It is approximately 20 minutes outside the back gate of NAS Pensacola. The park is open for RV, primitive, group and day camping and also provides numerous group and family picnic areas. There are three popular 18-hole disc golf courses. Palmetto Course caters to the novice. Pine Course is for intermediate players. Oaks Course is for the advanced player. All 54 holes have professional and amateur tee boxes. An 18-hole miniature golf course and three great playground areas for the children are available. The park has Danger Zone Paint Ball, featuring all the latest equipment and supplies. Sailboat, paddleboard and kayak rentals are available for a day on beautiful Perdido Bay. Additionally, there are 15 two-bedroom mobile homes for rent as well as camp cabins either daily or weekly, along with the updated RV campground B area with sewer drops, pads and 50-amp hookups, a dry storage yard, laundry, dump station and gear rental on-site. The park is handicapped-accessible. Recently, 10 new Trek bicycles and geocaching were added to the outdoor recreation programs.

Bowling – Grill – Lounge: Recreation Center

Building 3738
850-452-6380

CORRY BOWLING

The upgraded facility has 16 lanes catering to league bowling, open bowling, parties and special events such as cosmic bowling, command functions and birthday parties. New features are available during parties and special events allowing a multiple of different interactive short games and competitions. Automatic bumpers are available on all 16 lanes. If you’re hungry the Corry Grill is located inside the main entrance along with the Old Crow’s Nest bar to provide beverage options.

CORRY GRILL

The Corry Grill serves a variety of foods at a reasonable cost for lunch and dinner. Available items are one-quarter pound and one-half pound hamburgers and cheeseburgers, a variety of chicken sandwiches, strips and wraps, salads, grilled cheese and finger foods such as cheese sticks, nachos and mini tacos. The grill also has cookies and funnel cake for those with a sweet tooth.

OLD CROW’S NEST BAR

The Old Crow’s Nest features a relaxing atmosphere. The Old Crow’s Nest offers a full bar with 40 different bottled beers, six beers on tap, wine and liquor. There is a pool table available, jukebox, board and card games, and four HD smart televisions for your entertainment.

Child and Youth Program

Building 4119
850-453-6310

Corry Child Development Center (CDC) is one of the largest military CDC’s within the region. The center is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) which promotes excellence in early childhood education. The center provides full-time, part-time (preschool only) and hourly care for children 6 weeks through 5 years of age. Florida’s free Voluntary pre-kindergarten (VPK) is also offered for children who turn 4 by September 1.

Corry School Age Care (SAC)

Corry School Age Care is accredited by Council on Accreditation as a program that provides exemplary developmental care for school-age children. SAC works in partnership with the Boys & Girls Club of America and 4-H Clubs. SAC offers before- and after-school care during the school year, camps for school breaks and summer, and hourly care for children Kindergarten through 12 years of age.

Hours of operation for both programs are 5:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday with monthly Parents Night Out. The programs are open to all active duty military, DOD civilians, Reservists on orders, DOD contractors, other federal employees and retirees. To request care in any of the Pensacola area Child and Youth Programs visit militarychildcare.com and complete a request profile.

Child Development Home Program

Building 4119
850-572-5026/850-281-5368

The NAS Pensacola Child Development Home (CDH) program provides quality child care in safe and health environments for children 6 weeks to 12 years of age. The CDH Program is designed to meet the unique needs of military and DOD schedules. CDH providers may offer care for days, night, evenings and weekend care when authorized to do so. CDH providers offer safe environments designed to meet the developmental needs of children enrolled and include nutritious meals and snacks. Escambia and Santa Rosa county residents may apply for certification; applicants are not required to be military affiliated. Those who live off-base must also obtain either a state license or state registration prior to becoming Navy certified.

CDH applicants and all family members must complete a rigorous background screening to include a CNACI clearance, fingerprinting and all local background checks. In addition, they are required to attend a 40-hour orientation training. This class is offered on a quarterly basis at no cost. Once the file is complete, approved and a state license or registration is provided, CDH applicants are required to obtain general liability insurance. All files are reviewed by a Quality Review Board who provides recommendations to the Commanding Officer prior to certification being authorized. Becoming a Certified Navy CDH Provider is a privilege authorized by the Commanding Officer.

Parents in the need of a CDH provider should visit militarychildcare.com, build a profile and review providers in the area who meet their child care needs criteria. Parents are encouraged to schedule an appointment with the potential provider, meet them and tour the home before making an informed decision of where to place their child.

The CDH Office is at the Corry Child Development Center, Building 4119. For further information on becoming a CDH provider, contact the CDH Staff or stop by the CDH Office.

Family Fitness Center

Building 3712
850-452-6004

The military family is a top priority at NAS Pensacola and Corry Station. This standalone family fitness facility focuses on those with young children and youth fitness. It offers cardio equipment, adult and youth selectorized circuits, free weights, dumbbells and weighted bars. Youths 10 to 14 years of age can use the equipment once they have completed an orientation session with a trainer. In addition, there are two play areas, one for toddlers and one for pre-K. Both areas have age appropriate toys. The family fitness center is designed to promote healthy lifestyles for life. This facility provides opportunities for parents to work out while their children can play in an enclosed area in front of them. Parents are responsible for their children.

Information, Tickets and Travel ITT

Building 3787
850-452-6354

Information, Tickets and Travel (ITT) provides quality-of-life leisure services to the military community (active-duty personnel and their families, retirees and their families, and DOD civilians). You will discover a diversified selection of free travel literature, including local and state highway maps; travel guides; motel and hotel directories; calendar of events; and dining, camping and road travel tour information. You can also purchase discounted military travel guides and military outdoor recreation guides. ITT offers discounted attraction tickets for the entire U.S., such as Disney, Universal, SeaWorld and Six Flag theme parks, along with all-inclusive vacations with Sandals, Beaches, Disney and other agencies. ITT will book the cruise of your dreams at a substantial discount. ITT can also provide a savings of 40 to 60 percent off the regular price of hotel and lodging facilities located close to all the attractions or your preferred destination. You don’t need to make a reservation to get complete vacation packages, cruise line bookings, motels, hotels or resorts, just come in to your local ITT office. There is no charge for our services. ITT is also your Ticketmaster outlet, offering computerized and diversified sales for all concerts, events and shows in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, North Carolina and South Carolina. The ITT office, in Building 3787, offers one-stop shopping and is near the commissary and Navy Exchange mall off Highway 98 and adjacent to the mini-mart. Hours of operation are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. ITT is closed Sunday and holidays. All prices, tickets and hours are subject to change without notice. You may reach ITT staff by calling 850-452-6354/6362, fax number 850-452-6370 or visit www.navymwrpensacola.com.

Liberty Program

Building 3738
850-452-6254

The Liberty Center is inside the Corry Bowling and Recreation Center. The program targets single or unaccompanied active-duty personnel between the ages of 18 and 25 stationed aboard NAS Pensacola Corry Station. The Liberty Center contains multiple TV viewing areas, featuring the Navy Motion Picture program (over 800 titles), free billiards, free Wi-Fi and computer usage, free printing and faxing, PS3, PS4, Wii, Xbox 360 and Xbox One gaming systems with all the newest games and equipment, as well as free popcorn available during evening hours. Liberty plans and carries out an extensive special event and monthly trip program featuring concerts, Orlando trips, holiday parties, sporting events; i.e.: Saints and Florida State University football, Pelicans NBA, Blue Wahoos baseball, paintball, go karts, local festivals, sailing, kayaking and paddle boarding, and much more. Liberty Center is open every day, including holidays.

Swimming Pool

Building 3712

This outdoor 25-meter, L-shaped pool is open Memorial Day to Labor Day to all authorized personnel. A handicap ramp, basketball goal, a climbing wall, dedicated lap lanes and a large recreational area make this a versatile summer destination. Early morning lap swim, Aqua Zumba, master’s training, youth swim team, group morning and evening lessons and private “one-on-ones” are just a few of the programs offered. The pool is available at no charge for active duty and their dependents, retirees and children under age 6 and at a nominal fee for retiree family members, DOD personnel and contractors. Passes are available and patrons ages 10 to 16 may swim unaccompanied by successfully completing a 25-meter swim test. The pool is behind Building 3735.

Wellness Center

Building 3712
850-452-6802

The Wellness Center conducts fitness and wellness programs, including nutrition counseling for active-duty personnel and their families, retirees and their families, and DOD civilians. All staff is certified in one or more programs such as rowing, spinning, TRX suspension training, Navy Basic Fitness and American Council on Exercise personal training. All patrons start with a personal interview with the director to have a program designed based on your goals and objectives (cardiovascular, strength, flexibility, nutrition impact). Active-duty members are not required to have an interview unless they are looking for a specific program. Short-term visitors and member guests can be accommodated without this requirement. The Wellness Center has all the equipment and staff experience necessary to design and execute programs from the deconditioned individual to those requiring specific, high-intensity and predeployment-type training. The Wellness Center publishes a monthly schedule of spinning classes.

Wenzel Gym & Fitness Center

Building 3711
850-452-6198

The Wenzel Gym & Fitness Center is a two-story fitness facility with a regulation-size basketball court, three racquetball courts and multiple fitness rooms. The center also offers showers and lockers. You will find dedicated rooms to PRT cardio options, free weights and state-of-the art LifeFitness selectorized equipment. In addition, you will find PRT-certified cardio equipment among other cardio options and an area to work your core and stretch. There are certified fitness trainers on-site that can provide equipment orientations and individual fitness programs as well as large and small command PT.

Veterinarian Clinic

Building 535 – Corry Station
850-452-6882

The Veterinarian Clinic is open to all active-duty military, retirees and their families. The Veterinary Clinic is open for product sales 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Clinics are scheduled by appointment, generally Monday through Friday. The clinic provides routine preventive medicine products and services to include heartworm prevention, flea prevention, vaccinations, heartworm testing, feline leukemia and FIV testing, deworming and health certificates for travel.

Call for information on PCSing with your pets as soon as you receive information on your orders. The preparation time to send your pet to many overseas locations can be up to eight months.

The clinic also provides routine sick call to include skin, eye or ear problems with some additional diagnostic services available. The clinic offers limited routine surgical care (including spay, neuter and minor surgery) as mission, equipment and personnel allow. In case of an emergency, call a local veterinarian or the local emergency clinic for support.

Commands

Center for Information Warfare Training

The Center for Information Warfare Training (CIWT) is one of the largest of the learning centers of the Naval Education and Training Command (NETC). Charged with developing the future technical cadre of the Navy’s information warfare (IW) community, CIWT leads, manages and delivers Navy and joint force training to 22,000 students annually. With 1,200 military, civilian and contracted staff members, CIWT oversees about 200 courses at four information warfare training commands, two detachments and additional learning sites throughout the United States and Japan.

CIWT officially stood up in 2005 as the Center for Information Dominance (CID) following the merger between cryptology and information technology centers. In 2011, CID merged with the Center for Naval Intelligence and in 2016 was renamed CIWT, as part of a Navy shift in emphasis for “information IN warfare” and “information AS warfare,” which demands the delivery of information warfare as a critical capability of the Navy’s mission sets.

Today, CIWT has a daily student enrollment average of 3,800 students. It delivers courses for 10 Navy enlisted ratings and four officer designators. CIWT teaches cryptologic technicians, information systems technicians, intelligence specialists and electronics technicians. The training pipeline includes apprentice training, initial skills training (“A” schools), specialized skills training (“C” schools) and associated pipeline schools (“F,” “D” and “T” schools). For officers, CIWT provides training to cryptologic warfare, information professional, intelligence and foreign area officers.

CIWT’s largest training locations at Corry Station, Virginia Beach, San Diego and Monterey are full commands in their own right, now called Information Warfare Training Commands (IWTC). Focused on producing the Navy’s linguists, IWTC Monterey in California remains the Navy component at the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language School. IWTC San Diego and IWTC Virginia Beach both originated as intelligence training centers, and IWTC Corry Station has most often been thought of by the cryptologic community as the “cradle of cryptology.” These three locations have broadened the scope of what they offer to the IW community, branching out beyond their original charters and making the training for all of the IW community more accessible when and where our Sailors and joint service customers need it.

CIWT is also responsible for the Navy Credentialing Opportunities Online (COOL) program and the Center for Language, Regional Expertise, and Culture (CLREC), both located at Corry Station.

Navy COOL helps Navy service members find information on certifications and licenses related to enlisted ratings, designators, collateral duties/out-of-rate assignments, and officer designators. More information is available at www.cool.navy.mil/usn.

CLREC manages and delivers training to develop foreign language proficiency and competence in inter-cultural communication among Department of the Navy personnel. CLREC prepares the entire Navy workforce — active, Reserve and civil service — for the diverse, global cultures they will encounter while conducting worldwide military operations.

For more information on CIWT, visit NETC’s website at www.netc.navy.mil/centers/ciwt.

Navy Information Operations Command Pensacola

The origin of Navy Information Operations Command Pensacola dates back to the spring of 1986, when a detachment was established to lay the foundation for what was to be an extensive undertaking for Naval Security Group Command (NSGC). The rapid development of technology required a commitment to keeping the Fleet and Shore Cryptologic Automated Information System capabilities technologically current. Naval Security Group Activity (NSGA) Pensacola was thus commissioned in July 1993.

Housed in a 67,000-square-foot facility onboard Corry Station Naval Complex, NSGA Pensacola would soon serve as the center of excellence for Automated Information Systems for Navy cryptologic systems. On Sept. 30, 2005, after the formal disestablishment of Naval Security Group Command, NSGA Pensacola was realigned under the newly formed Naval Network Warfare Command (NETWARCOM) and changed its name to Navy Information Operations Command (NIOC) Pensacola. On Jan. 29, 2010, U.S. Fleet Cyber Command (FCC) was established and U.S. 10th Fleet was recommissioned to align the various staffs with the operations and type commander model used throughout the Navy.

Under FCC/C10F, NIOC Pensacola has maintained key mission areas as a member of the Service Cryptologic Element, as well as pioneering the development, expansion and capabilities of fleet and national cyberspace operations. Since 2005, NIOC Pensacola has been part of the National Security Agency’s extended enterprise, producing digital network intelligence reports; conducting technical threat analysis with cyber intrusion tactics, techniques and procedures; and conducting in-depth malicious software research and discovery activities.

In 2013, NIOC Pensacola demonstrated it was the Navy’s Combat Support Team (CST) Center of Excellence, building and establishing all five Navy CSTs in support of US Cyber Command’s (USCYBERCOM) Cyber Mission Force (CMF). The CMF is a first-of-its-kind force presentation model for cyber in the Department of Defense.

Currently, CSTs perform target development, target discovery and analysis, planning and synchronization, and intelligence and malware analysis. CSTs support Combatant Command operations and war plans that enable delivery of cyber effects against adversaries in cyberspace. Additionally, NIOC Pensacola is home to three Cyber Protection Teams (CPTs) which support real-time Defensive Cyber Operations. CPTs are the maneuver element of USCYBERCOM’s Defensive Cyberspace efforts, supporting National, DOD Information Networks (DODIN), Combatant Command, and U.S. Navy networks. They consist of deployable teams to accomplish cyberspace missions worldwide.

Marine Representative Corry Station

The mission of Marine Representative (MARREP) Corry Station is to train and mentor Marines in entry and advanced core competencies associated with signals intelligence and the Marine Corps ethos in order to provide the operating forces with Marines who possess the technical skill sets and esprit de corps necessary to achieve success both professionally and personally.

The detachment has a permanent staff of three enlisted personnel to support more than 75 students annually. The detachment’s instructor staff is integrated into several interservice courses onboard the Information Warfare Training Command Corry Station.

Formerly Company “K” Marine Support Battalion, the detachment was established July 1, 2000, and falls under Training Command, Quantico, Virginia. The detachment’s headquarters is in Building 3744 (within Compound 2), Room 209. Phone: 850-452-6543.

The Senior Enlisted Marine for the detachment’s contact number is 443-683-7165. The Detachment’s platoon sergeant may be reached at 510-585-5536.

U.S. Air Force 316th Training Squadron, Operating Location - Alpha

The 316th Training Squadron (TRS), Operating Location - Alpha (OL-A) is a geographically separated unit directly subordinate to the 316th Training Squadron, 17th Training Group, 17th Training Wing, at Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, Texas. The 17th Training Wing is part of 2nd Air Force, AETC. The 316th TRS, OL-A’s mission is develop, mentor and provide administrative support to all Air Force students assigned to Corry Station. The dedicated and professional staff of 19 personnel conduct signals intelligence, electronic intelligence and information warfare training operations ranging from basic to advanced levels.

The Commander’s Support Staff (CSS) is on the second floor of Building 502, 850-452-6338/6769 (DSN 459). Air Force members reporting to Corry Station will report to the CSS for in-processing at 9 a.m. Monday through Friday; if arriving on weekends or holidays, personnel will report to the CSS at 9 a.m. the following duty day.

Members who need to make contact due to an emergency should call 850-207-1327.

350th Civil Affairs Command

The 350th Civil Affairs Command is one of the Army’s four flag-level Civil Affairs commands and reports to the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne) at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. In addition to its headquarters at Corry Station, the 1,900 Soldiers of the 350th are in eight other subordinate units in Texas, Oklahoma, Florida and Puerto Rico.

Civil affairs units act as the bridge between military forces and the civilian populace in a military operational area. Soldiers from the 350th have extensive deployment experience in Afghanistan, Iraq and the Horn of Africa. Additionally, the unit is aligned with U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) in Miami and provides support to SOUTHCOM missions and exercises in Central and South America.

The 350th headquarters is at 2050 Chiefs’ Way. Phone: 850-912-2915

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