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Personnel Support Detachment – Newport

Personnel Support Detachment – Newport

Building 690
690 Peary St.

Administration: 401-841-2202
Staff Personnel: 401-841-2276
Student Personnel: 401-841-4372
Navy Passenger Transportation, Passport and Visas: 860-694-2746
Travel: 401-841-3062

SATO Commercial Travel: 401-832-7286

Email: netcnewportcto@cwtsatotravel.com

Fiscal Department: 401-841-3032
ID Cards: 401-841-3021

To schedule an ID card appointment in advance, go to https://rapids-appointments.dmdc.osd.mil.

Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. All business must be completed prior to 4 p.m.

Personnel Support Detachment Newport is responsible for providing military pay and personnel and passenger transportation services for active-duty and Reserve members throughout New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Maine, Rhode Island and Vermont. DEERS enrollment and ID card services are available to all Navy personnel: active duty, Reservists, retirees, dependents, disabled veterans, and government service and contractor personnel.

The Scheduled Airlines Ticket Office, the official travel services contractor, offers airline reservations and ticketing services for military personnel, their family members and DOD civilian personnel. Other SATO services include transportation information to all airport, hotel and car rental services. SATOs are on most military installations throughout the U.S.

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