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When You Arrive at the Front Gate

When You Arrive at the Front Gate

When you arrive show your military ID to the Gate Guard.

If you don’t have a military ID you will need to get a day pass at the Visitor Control Center, the white building just at the entrance to the gate. Present your drivers license, car registration and proof of insurance. Have your sponsor’s name and phone number available as he/she will need to call the Visitor Control Center or go to the building to escort you.

Once inside the gate, stay on the main road. the Commissary and BX will be on your right. Opposite the gas station is a street that will take you to customer parking near Building 272. This will be a left turn.

Park and go into Building 272. At the Customer Service Center you will receive your inprocessing checklist. Be sure to arrive there between 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Call your sponsor to let him/her know you have arrived.

 

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