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United States Air Force
Security Forces Control Center
302 E. Arnold St.
Fairchild AFB, WA 99208
When you arrive at your new installation, you’ll need to follow installation-specific procedures. Each installation and service handles in-processing differently. Here, you can find installation-specific guidelines and a list of documents to bring with you when checking- in. Reach out to the contacts provided if you have specific questions.
Military personnel - your sponsor will inform you of unit reporting procedures. If you arrive after duty hours, report-in the next duty day. You will need to bring your records packet from your losing base, Basic Training and Tech School certificates (Only for Enlisted First-Duty Station), and at least 3 copies of PCS order. You will be scheduled to in-process with the Unit Commander’s Support Staff (CSS), and you will be provided with an in-processing checklist. Civilian personnel - report to the Civilian Personnel office; check with your supervisor or sponsor for specific instructions.
Part of the in-processing checklist includes attendance at the Right Start newcomer orientation. Right Start is a newcomer's orientation program which focuses on welcoming you and ensuring that you have a positive experience when beginning your tour at Fairchild; your CSS/UPC/Squadron will schedule you for Right Start when you in-process with the CSS. Spouses are highly encouraged to attend.
Make sure to submit proper leave request prior to taking permissive leave for a house hunting trip.
To in-process at the CSS, bring your records packet from your losing base. The CSS will review your records packet, ensure you are being paid at the proper rank, and will credit your records for overseas tour, if applicable.
Your sponsor can assist you with your in-processing appointments. Inbound personnel may contact their gaining unit if they have not heard from a sponsor. If further assistance is needed, please contact the Airman and Family Readiness Center at 509-247-2246; DSN 312-657-2246.
Accommodations for Survival School students are in Survival Building, on the Survival side of the base; same phone number for reservations. Accommodations are for the student only - students who bring family will be considered Space-Available (Space-A).
Single E-3 and below is likely to live on-base Dormitory. Ensure to contact sponsor/unit to reserve a room prior to arrival.
If you get married to a civilian spouse before you PCS, report to the nearest military base, (if you live nearby) regardless of service to update your spouse/dependents into DEERS, enroll in Tricare, and make a dependent ID card. You must bring your marriage license, spouse’s driver’s license or state ID, birth certificate, and social security card. IMPORTANT: Upon arrival at the gaining base, report immediately to the MPF, Force Management Office to amend your PCS order to include your spouse and/or dependents. This will allow for you to file your travel voucher and will get reimbursed on your per diem, travel air tickets expenses, and household weight increase. Although, you will have to pay for your dependents’ travel expenses up-front.