Child and Youth Division

Child Development Homes (CDH)

CDH provides quality child care in a loving, learning environment, for children 6 weeks to 12 years old, by Independent Navy Child Development Home Providers—military spouses (active duty or retired)—trained to offer child care in their own homes. This program is open to MWR authorized patrons. For more information, call the CDH program manager Monday through Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. at (901) 874-7309.


Child Development
Center (CDC)

The Child Development Center (Building S-780)

The Child Development Center (CDC) is a nationally-accredited program offering care for children of military personnel and DoD civilians by a professionally certified and trained staff. This program is recognized as setting the standard for military and civilian childcare across the nation. Children 6 weeks to 5 years old are accepted for regular weekly care, with hourly care provided on a space available/reservation basis. The Child Development Center is open to all MWR authorized patrons, and is open Monday through Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; closed Saturday, Sunday and holidays. Call (901) 874-5745 for more information.


Navy Teen Program

The Teen Center (Building S-770 on Savitz Drive) offers teens a great cure for “There’s nothing to do!” blues. The Teen center provides age appropriate, supervised activities for sixth through twelfth graders. Amenities include: pool table, large-screen TV, computers with Internet access, video game systems, board games, concessions and much more. Teens also have access to the Youth Center’s Tech Lab with 10 computers, all with Internet access. Special events, holiday celebrations, recreational skill classes, trips and tours are offered throughout the year. Registration is required after the first visit. Family members of all MWR authorized patrons are eligible to use the Teen Center, open Monday through Friday, 2:15 to 6 p.m.; Saturday, open as posted, closed Sunday and holidays. Call (901) 874-5494 for more information.


Navy Youth Center

The Youth Program provides programs that effectively contribute to the morale and well being of youth in grades Kindergarten through twelfth. The program focuses on assisting children in learning to make appropriate decisions about their own behavior. It also helps youngsters overcome the stress and trauma associated with relocating and adjusting to new friends and peer groups. Each activity has been designed to enhance a child’s existing skills, promote physical fitness, encourage creativity, cultivate new interest areas and develop lifelong recreation skills.


The School-Age Care Program consists of Before and After School Programs, Play Days, and Summer Day Camp. Indoor activities include group games, board games, figurine and doll play, puzzles, play houses, foosball, video games, arts and crafts, computer play, and lip-synch. Outdoor play activities include playground time, basketball, soccer, hikes, kick ball, parachute play and more.


The Youth Center at 936 Savitz Drive also offers special events: “Kids’ Night Out,” Movie Nights, ballet/jazz/tap classes, karate classes, roller skating and other recreational activities.


The Navy Youth Program is open to all MWR authorized patrons. Hours: Before and After School, 6:30 to 9 a.m. and 3 to 5:45 p.m.; Saturday Play Days, 1 to 5 p.m.; Holiday Play Days, 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; Summer Camp, 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; Family Recreation Nights conducted Saturday, 6 to 9 p.m. at N-82 Gym. For more information, call (901) 874-5155.


Activities Division

Auto Skills Shop

This shop (Building N-764) is for those who prefer a more hands-on approach to auto maintenance. It has the facility, equipment, tools and library of repair manuals available for you to change a spark plug or do a major overhaul or restoration project. Access to a few professional tools, such as our computerized tire spin balancing equipment and hydraulic lifts, make it easier for you to get the job done right. Trained instructors are available to assist patrons at all times. Services that are offered by the Auto Skills Shop instructors for a nominal fee include: universal joint change, brake drum and rotor turning, on-vehicle rotor turning, tire mount and balance and a hands-on inspection of used vehicles that patrons are considering to purchase.


Other vehicle related services include MWR POV storage and Car Wash. The Car Wash is a self serve facility located across the street from the Auto Skills Shop and is open continuously. There are five coin-operated vacuum cleaner stalls and five wand-style car wash bays with wax systems. RV dumping facility is also available.


Auto Skills Center is open to all MWR Authorized patrons Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m; Saturday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; closed Sunday, Monday and holidays. Call (901) 874-5675 for more information about any of these services.


Information, Tickets and Travel (ITT)

The ITT Office (Helmsman Complex Building S-760) is the key to what’s happening on base and in the community. They provide a diverse array of value-priced tickets to local, state and national attractions. The staff has the training and knowledge to offer you travel and tour services as well as information about recreational opportunities in the Memphis area. Whether needing help with planning a cruise or just entertaining visitors, ITT can assist. In addition to tickets, they provide maps, lists of restaurants and other amenities that will make visits to theme parks, sports events and exhibits even more fun.


ITT is open to all MWR authorized patrons. Services are extended to the general public for community events as advertised. Call (901) 874-5652/5455 or (800) 779-4252 for more information. Open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; the first and third Saturday each month, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; and closed Sunday and holidays.


POV Storage

A convenient, secure and accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week place to park your RV, boat or that extra vehicle taking up space in your driveway! Come check out the MWR POV Storage and get your home organized. They have several spacious covered and non-covered lots to choose from. POV Storage is open to all authorized patrons. Call (901) 874-5675 for more information. Their office is open Tuesday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed Saturday, Sunday, Monday and holidays.


Rental Center

The Rental Center (Auto Skills Shop Compound Building N-397) staff can help outfit events with festival equipment. They will carefully review your specific needs, help you select the right equipment and show you how to set it up. Among the rental items are canopy tents, tables, chairs, dunk tanks, popcorn poppers, cotton candy machine, snow cone machine, water coolers, ice chests, dunk tank, moon walk, e-z striker, rock wall, badminton/soccer/basketball/volleyball/horseshoe equipment, hula hoops and tug-o-war rope. Equipment is available on a first come, first served basis. Check with the Rental Center the next time you are planning an outing or a special event. Price lists are available upon request. Open to all MWR authorized patrons. Call (901) 874-5675 for more information. Office hours are Tuesday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed Saturday, Sunday, Monday and holidays.


Recycling Center

The Recycling program (Building 344) includes the recycling of aluminum and steel cans, plastics and cardboard products, scrap metal as well as paper (i.e. bond, computer, colored, folders, etc.) except for insert carbon and wet or contaminated paper. Containers for recyclable materials have been placed in high traffic areas throughout the base. All materials with the exception of sorted office paper, scrap metal and 4-way wooden pallets may be dropped off at 24-hours a day. Drop-off points for recyclable materials: 1) Mobile Center on corner of Ticonderoga and Wasp, 2) Recycling Center, Building 344. The MWR Department has been designated as the agency responsible for all recycling aboard NAVSUPPACT Mid-South. All monies generated through recycling efforts are retained by the MWR Department for use in programs and activities benefiting military personnel assigned to the Navy Mid-South Complex.


Open Summer, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Winter, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Call (901) 874-7288 for more information.


Hospitality Division

Bingo Program

An integral part the MWR program since 1940, the Bingo Program is conducted in the Helmsman Complex (Building S-760) and encompasses the Early Bird, regular and Late Bird games. The regular program consists of 32 games with an average minimum payout of $150 and Jackpots up to $1,000. All proceeds from this operation are used to support and provide quality MWR programs and services for all authorized patrons. Only authorized patrons of NAVSUPPACT Mid-South MWR Department facilities and their guests are eligible to play bingo. Authorized patrons are defined as active duty, Retired and Reserve Military Personnel, Naval Support Activity Mid-South civilian personnel and their family members. Authorized patrons may sponsor guests and must accompany them. Guests must be signed in by their sponsor to be eligible for prizes. Guests must wear name tags. NO ONE UNDER THE AGE OF 18 IS ALLOWED IN THE BINGO HALL. For more information, call (901) 874-5443. Open Wednesday and Friday (after 4 p.m.); Early Bird Program, 6 to 7 p.m.; Regular Program, 7 to 10 p.m.; Late Bird Program, 10 to 10:30 p.m.


Catering Program

Professionally prepared entrees, table linens and dinnerware are just a few of the items by MWR Catering to add that extra touch to special occasions. The staff can handle every type of event—command function, wedding, retirement reception, a holiday party or annual Ball. The staff can coordinate catering services with room reservations at the Helmsman complex, Eagle’s Peak Grille and Bar, Mid-South Conference Center, Navy Lake House or any other MWR facility. The catering service is available to all MWR authorized patrons. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Call (901) 874-5132 to request a catering package or for more information.


Helmsman Club
Complex and Restaurants

This complex (Building S-760) is home to a variety of business activities that provide quality food and entertainment services designed to complement those available in the Mid-South community. This city-block-size building contains two comfortable restaurants—Oaks Dining Room and the Tennessee Café—that offer quality service and an inviting atmosphere featuring buffet and ala carte dining.


The John Finn (all-hands) Lounge ­provides a popular mix of friendliness and entertainment. Also housed in the Helmsman Complex are the Seven Seas Bingo Hall, Memphis Room and Millington Ballroom.


All of the banquet rooms can be reserved for private functions. The club is proud to offer these spaces individually or as a group to accommodate gatherings of 40 to 300 persons. The Helmsman Complex is open to all MWR authorized patrons. Contact the following for more information: main office (901) 874-5131; Oaks Dining Room, (901) 874-5442 (open Monday through Friday, 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.); TNCafe (open Tuesday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.); lunch menu hotline recording (901) 874-7279; lunch-to-go orders (901) 874-5356 (Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.); Bingo Hall (901) 874-5442.


Navy Mid-South
Conference Center

This building, (Building N-767) is the primary venue at Navy Mid-South for concerts, command functions, retirements, conferences, conventions, banquets and more. It houses two theaters equipped for stage performances and special presentations. Other spaces featured include the Cypress Room, Magnolia Room, Landing, River Room and Crystal Dining Room that can be reserved as a group or individually for private functions to accommodate gatherings of 40 to 950. The staff is experienced to successfully conduct special events and assist in meeting and exceeding event goals. Available services include catering and equipment rental. The Conference Center is open to all MWR authorized patrons and the general public. Call (901) 874-5198 for more information about rates, rooms and services.


Recreation Division

Navy Ten Nautical Miler

Navy Ten Nautical Miler is a 10-nautical-mile (19 km) run held in early June at Naval Support Activity Mid-South.  It is unique as it’s the first and only race measured in nautical miles as opposed to statute miles. The race is officially sanctioned by USA Track & Field, the national governing body for track & field, long distance running, and race walking in the United States. The event is being coordinated in association with the Memphis Runners Track Club.


Navy Ten Nautical Miler was founded in 2010 to give the United States Navy a premiere foot race to replace the disestablished Blue Angels Marathon. The length of ten nautical miles was chosen as the length because it is roughly the distance from the shore to the horizon when viewed at sea level. It’s also the distance traveled by the Allied Forces on D-Day, significant as the inaugural run on the Navy Ten Nautical Miler will take place June 6, 2010, the anniversary of D-Day.



Mid-South Mud Run

The annual Mid-South Mud Run a fun, challenging 5K run organized by sailors stationed at Naval Support Activity Mid-South, to raise funds and awareness for the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society.


All-Navy Sports

Building N-82

Navy Mid-South welcomes the opportunity to host the All-Navy Sports Team Selection and Training Camps and is responsible for conducting Armed Forces Sports Championship Tournaments. These are highly prestigious sports events that give members of the Navy Mid-South community first hand involvement in developing All-Navy teams to challenge the Army, Marine Corps and Air Force teams. Exceptionally gifted athletes who wish to apply for All-Navy Training Camps may pick up résumé applications from the Athletic office. Call (901) 874-5383/5188 for more information.


Eagle’s Peak Grille and Bar

The Eagle’s Peak Grille (Glen Eagle Golf Course Building N-939) is open for breakfast or lunch seven days a week. Breakfast is made to order. Lunch specials include their World-Famous BBQ pork, 1/3 lb. hamburgers cooked to order, Firehouse Philly cheese steak sandwiches and more. Eagle’s Peak Bar is the hub of after-work activities on the North-side of the base and it’s not just for golfers! It’s open to anyone looking to relax in a lounge atmosphere. Watch the big game on the large screen TV, or lounge outdoors in our heated patio during the winter months. Theme parties like the Mardi Gras Cajun Cook-Off, the Great Chili Cook-off and musical entertainment such as our “Concerts by the Green” series are just a few of the many activities you can enjoy at the golf course. Eagle’s Peak is open to active and retired military, DoD personnel and the general public. For more information, call Eagle’s Peak Grill and Bar at (901) 874-5415.


Glen Eagle Golf Course

One of the finest military golf courses in the world, Glen Eagle is managed in accordance with military regulations to provide personnel and their dependents an avenue of attaining physical fitness and a place to enjoy leisure time. The course is well maintained and a challenging pleasure to play.


This championship 18-hole facility offers a driving range, putting green and a 140 yard practice hole. The staff strives to provide an outstanding golf program which meets the emotional and physical needs of its participants. Their PGA Professionals also offer lessons for groups and individuals. The staff can coordinate a tournament for your group.


Equipment rental includes golf carts, clubs and pull carts and can be arranged in the golf Pro Shop. Club repair is available for a nominal fee.


Glen Eagle Golf Course is open to all MWR authorized patrons and the general public. Tee time reservations are recommended. For more information, call (901) 874-5168. The hours of operation for both the golf course and the clubhouse are published twice a year and posted at the clubhouse. Current hours of operation may be obtained by calling the Pro Shop at (901) 874-5168.



Need to practice your jump shot or schedule a grudge match with a competing intramural team? The gym staff at Building N-82 will be happy to facilitate that game or match for you. The gym offers the facilities, equipment and the “know how” to arrange a wide variety of sports activities including racquetball, softball, basketball, volleyball, tennis, soccer and flag football for recreational participation.


Outdoor facilities include five softball fields, three all-purpose fields and five tennis courts with lights. The gym is equipped with full shower and dressing room facilities; wet and dry saunas are located in the men’s and women’s locker rooms. The facility also houses a fitness center and boxing room.


The extensive floor space can accommodate up to four basketball games simultaneously. Volleyball, badminton and command physical training can be set up at a moment’s notice.


Gear Issue has athletic equipment available for sign-out including racquetball racquets, balls, protective eye-wear, tennis racquets, basketballs, softball equipment, footballs, jerseys, walleyball and squash equipment.


The N-82 Gymnasium is open to all MWR authorized patrons and is free of charge to all active duty, retired, reserve military personnel and their dependents. DoD civilians and guests can use the center for a daily fee. Guests must be sponsored by an authorized patron.


The gym is open seven  days a week, Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Saturday, Sunday and holidays, noon to 4 p.m. Call (901) 874-5188/5383 for more information.


Intramural Sports

An extensive intramural athletic program is coordinated by the Intramural Sports Coordinator. This program offers opportunities for competition between various commands on base. Your command can obtain points for participation towards the Captain’s Trophy awarded at the end of the intramural season. The intramural season is October through September and includes racquetball, softball, coed softball, flag football, volleyball, soccer, tennis, golf, bowling, basketball and coed volleyball. Intramural Sports is open to all MWR authorized patrons 16 and older. Patrons at all levels of experience are encouraged to participate. Call (901) 874-5188/5383 for more information.


Joe Dugger Fitness
and Wellness Center

The Joe Dugger Fitness and Wellness Center (Building S-499) is available to assist in achieving your fitness goals. Whether you’re just starting out or have been exercising on a regular basis we have classes, equipment and programs to meet that need. The center offers a full range of state-of-the-art strength and circuit training machines, free-weight areas, saunas, steam rooms, showers, lockers, equipment issue and running trails designed to meet and exceed Navy standards and those of any physical fitness program in our community.


Morning, afternoon and evening group exercise classes are available Monday through Friday. Along with the classic strength, flexibility aerobic classes there are also several that include routines focused on women, toddlers and older members of our community. Individuals who prefer or require activities more tailored to their needs have the option to participate in a personalized training program. The center’s personal trainers are certified and trained to assist with a baseline fitness assessment using the Microfit Fitness Evaluation System. They can design a personal fitness program and provide one-on-one guidance to help customers stay motivated.


When you could use a little pampering or stress relief, you can treat yourself to a session of Massage Therapy.


The fitness center is open to all MWR authorized patrons and is free of charge to all active duty, retirees, dependents, DoD civilians and select reserves. Dependent children ages 10 and over are welcome to use the facility under close supervision. Children ages 10 through 14 must complete an orientation course with a parent or legal guardian.


The fitness center is open seven days a week, Monday through Thursday, 5 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday, 5 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday and holidays, 1 to 5 p.m. Call (901) 874-5497/5491 for group exercise schedule and/or for more information.


Lazy Anchor Ranch

Boarding Stables

On the north side of the base between Glen Eagle’s Golf Course and the Navy Lakes area lies a place cowboys and cowgirls of all ages call home, The Lazy Anchor Ranch (Building N-1632). The Ranch features boarding facilities for privately-owned horses in a rustic ranch environment, a show arena for hosting rodeos, horse shows and a stud pen with paddock.


The Saddle Club hosts many annual events that offer educational as well as entertaining opportunities. The Lazy Anchor Ranch is open to all MWR authorized patrons. For more information, call (901) 872-3656. Office hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed Sunday, Monday and holidays.


Midway RV Park Program

Midway RV Park is a beautiful campground with 48 RV sites including 16 with RVs available for guest lodging rental. Park is conveniently located a short walk from the Commissary and NEX on the south side of Navy Mid-South. Patrons wishing to use this facility must have military ID to access the park, which is situated within the perimeter of the base security fence.


Navy Lake RV
Park and Camping Program

Navy Lake RV Park has 24 sites and is situated on one of the most beautiful parcels of land in northern Shelby County. The Navy Lake RV Park and Camping Area provides outdoor recreation enthusiasts a home away from home. Choose from (10) full hook-up RV sites with sewer, water and electric or (11) pull-thru sites equipped with water and electric only. Our RV guests have the exclusive use of the indoor bathhouse and free laundry facilities. Dumping facilities are also available to our RV guests. Call (901) 872-3660 to inquire about space or stop by the Lake House (Building N-761) for more information. Check-in times are from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. at the Lake House or with the Camp Host. Open year round. After hours, find an open spot and check in the following day. Call (901) 872-3660 for more information.


Navy Lakes and Picnic Areas

Located on the north side of Naval Support activity Mid-South, this is the venue for several of the community’s biggest special events. The “Flag City Freedom Celebration-Independence Day Fireworks Spectacular” and the “Smokin’ by the Lake Barbecue Cooking Contest” alone draw thousands of visitors to Navy Lake.


This serene setting, covering approximately 50 acres of gently rolling hills and pastureland includes three beautiful lakes stocked and ready for fishing. Bring your group or family to enjoy spending the day at one of our group-friendly picnic sites. Sitting on a hill overlooking Navy Lake, the Lake House is an ideal location for family/school reunions, company parties, birthdays, retirements, lake front weddings and conferences.


The Lake House’s rustic decor and modern conveniences provide the best of both casual and outdoor entertaining. The focal point of the gathering room is a huge fireplace that is virtually surrounded on all sides by large windows that provide a beautiful view of the lake. The Lake House can be rented for family reunions, company picnics or private parties. Bring your own food or choose to have our staff coordinate catering services with your Lake House reservations. The hallmark of our catering menu is our famous all-you-can-eat southern barbecue package.


Picnic areas and the Lake House are available for rent weekdays, 10 a.m. to midnight and weekends and holidays, 9 a.m. to midnight. More than 14 picnic sites are located on the grounds for group functions such as command picnics, club events and family fun.


Navy Lake is just the spot to stage a group or individual outdoor retreat. There are many relaxing recreational activities to enjoy on this 50-acre setting. Take out a canoe for the day on one of the three lakes on the property or fish the stocked lakes for bass, bream, catfish and crappie (TN fishing license required). Check out one of the volleyball or horseshoe sets for an afternoon game or walk/hike the many groomed trails that meander around the lakes and pastureland of this serene setting. For scenic tent camping options, campers may choose any site within our extra large tent camping area located across from the RV hook-up sites. Campsites are equipped with a firebox and picnic table and portable restrooms are conveniently located around the tent camping area. Although a variety of recreational equipment is available for rent at the Lake House Gear Issue, camping equipment is not available at this time.


Navy Lake is open to all MWR authorized patrons and the general public. For reservations and/or for more information, call (901) 872-3660.


Special Operations

Cottages at Glen Eagle

The Cottages at Glen Eagle offer a stress-free, fun and affordable way to house and entertain out of town. Cottages provide group friendly amenities that guests may not otherwise enjoy in a local hotel.


The four Cottages at Glen Eagle are located just off the 11th tee at the Glen Eagle Golf Course. Unlike the Single Sailor/Geo. Bachelor lodging currently operated by MWR, “The Cottages” have no occupancy restriction and are designed to meet the recreational lodging needs for three specific audiences: golfers, guests of base residents and recreational lodging patrons. These cottages serve as a relaxing retreat for all visitors to the Mid-South area. The cottages are an ideal location for local residents to house and entertain guests, as well as a unique recreational lodging option for other groups participating in activities in the surrounding area. Each cottage features two queen size beds, one full size bed; living room with recliner, sleeper sofa, fireplace, television, cable television, VCR/DVD combination; dining room; fully equipped kitchen with full size refrigerator/ice maker, microwave, oven, stove top, cookware and dinnerware; 1-1/2 baths; telephones; irons and ironing boards; bed/bath linens; washer/dryer; fenced-in yard and barbecue grill. Other benefits offered to cottage guests during their stay include: spacious common area to spend quality time with friends and family; safe and secure environment onboard U.S. military installation; and opportunity to enjoy one or all of the following activities available in the area: golf outings, dining at local restaurants, visit to Beale Street, shopping at local stores and malls, leisure activities at Navy Lake, Memphis Grizz­lies NBA games and Memphis Redbirds games. Those with military ID can shop and stock up at the Base Commissary, Navy Exchange and NEX Pharmacy. The Cottages at Glen Eagle are open to all MWR authorized patrons and the general public. For more information, call (901) 874-5653.


Memphis Navy Flying Club

Memphis Navy Flying Club (Building N-110) offers patrons a chance to be one of a privileged few to have ever fully enjoyed the personal freedom of flight from the pilot’s seat. They can arrange an introductory flight one day during your lunch break, after work or on the weekend. The club is open to active duty and retired military personnel and dependents, reserve components, FAA employees, and Department of Defense employees. Others seeking to join are encouraged to consider Civil Air Patrol ( membership, which offers many valuable benefits and opportunities including MNFC eligibility. The club office is located just off the airfield at Millington Municipal Airport. From Navy Road, turn north on Hornet Avenue, and follow the signs to the Flying Club, turning right on Eniwetok Street to Building N-110 on the left. Information package available upon request. The official office hours are Monday and Thursday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.; however, the club aircraft are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Flight instructors are available by appointment throughout the week and on weekends. Call (901) 874-7793 for more information.


Ellison Recreation Center

The Ellison (Building S-499) is the place to be to just relax. The center is open to all MWR authorized patrons. However, being the home of the “Liberty Program” (Single Sailor Program), patrons must be 18 or older to participate in activities unless otherwise stated. This center offers a 36-seat theater, book exchange, Navy Reading Library, TV lounge, billiards, ping pong tables, darts, PS2 and XBOX game systems and various board games. Also featured is a 12 station computer center with Internet access and Wi-Fi. Special activities and events conducted throughout the year include tournaments, Navy Motion Picture Program, FSA “We Care” Supper and Family Fun Days (every Saturday). Stop by to see what’s the next big event going on. Center is open seven days a week, Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday, noon to 9 p.m.; Sunday and holidays, 2 to 9 p.m. For more information, call (901) 874-5650.


Navy Motion Picture Program

Navy Motion Picture Program (Building   S-499) offers patrons a chance to enjoy a free picture show in Ellison’s 36-seat movie theater. Pick a movie from their list of over 300 movies. Check out the “Coming Attractions” display at the center for schedule. The schedule is also posted in the Bluejacket. Navy Motion Picture Program is open to all MWR authorized patrons. Note, movies are generally shown in the Ellison Recreation Center which is the home of the “Single Sailor Program” and you must be 18 or older to ­participate in activities unless otherwise stated. Movie shown daily at 6:30 p.m. Call (901) 874-5650 for more information.


Recreational Lodging

Recreational Lodging Office

Building S-499

The MWR Recreational Lodging program is operated through the Ellison Recreation Center, MWR’s “Liberty Program” (Single Sailor Program). The program will support customers by providing lodging services for their intended length of stay. The NSA Mid-South Bachelor Quarters provides berthing facilities for Geographical Bachelors (GB’s), E-1 to E-4 and individuals deemed by the Commanding Officer as “hardship” cases. The MWR Recreational Lodging program is available to authorized customers based on the Navy Standards for Geographical Bachelors. The priority customer is the E-5 and up receiving BAH with dependents and those onboard NSA Mid-South unaccompanied.


Rooms are equipped with basic furnishings and appliances. Additional services, such as room cleaning, linen services or high speed Internet are available. Rooms are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis and offered on a month-to-month or six month rental agreement. Call (901) 874-5496 for more information.


U.S. Army
Veterinary Services

U.S. Army Veterinary Services
Veterinary Treatment Facility

5907 Savitz Drive

The Veterinary Treatment Facility provides basic care for animals. Vaccinations for dogs include: rabies, distemper (seven vaccines in one) and bordetella. For cats: rabies, distemper (five in one) and leukemia. Tests performed include heartworm, feline leukemia, skin scrapes/checks, ear swabs/checks and fecals.


If you live on base it is mandatory per base regulation that you register your pet with the Veterinary Clinic and Security. Dogs must have a heartworm test and vaccinations updated yearly; cats must have vaccinations updated yearly.


All dogs and cats living on base must be micro-chipped. Pets traveling overseas must also be micro-chipped. The Veterinary Clinic issues travel health certificates for pets traveling between states and overseas. Owners who are taking their pets overseas are responsible for finding out what paperwork is needed to bring the pets into the new country.


The Veterinary Clinic sells heartworm preventative, flea and tick control, shampoos and vitamins. Due to limited personnel, surgery is limited to spays and neuters on a will-call basis.


If there is an emergency, you must take your pet to a civilian veterinarian for treatment. Several veterinary clinics are located in the area, including Millington. Listings are provided in the telephone book.


To make an appointment, or if you need information, call Veterinary Treatment Facility. If you have a record for your pet, please bring it with you; if not, a new record will be set up for you.


All cats and dogs will be registered with the Veterinary Clinic. No more than two pets per family are permitted in base housing. Proof of rabies and distemper inoculation and Shelby County licensing is required. Each dog and cat is required to be fitted with a microchip  (at owner’s expense) at the time of initial registration or during the first office visit. Farm and wild animals are not permitted.


Pets must be kept on a leash or in a fenced backyard. Loose pets will be picked up by Security and impounded. Open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Closed Saturday, Sunday and holidays. For more information, call (901) 874-5420.

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