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ACS Relocation Readiness Program
Fort Novosel, AL 36332
A loan closet is a program that allows service members, families and loved ones to borrow durable equipment or resources especially as they are awaiting their household good. This program varies by service so check out the below information to see what is offered at this installation.
The Loan Closet, which is called the Lending Hangar at Fort Novosel, is located in the Army Community Services Relocation Readiness Program. The Lending Hangar provides essential items primarily for families making a permanent change of station and are awaiting the arrival of their household goods. Items available for loan include pots and pans, dishes, glasses, cups, cutting boards, silverware, baking items, cooking utensils, can and bottle openers, Tupperware, irons, ironing boards, toasters, hand mixers, blenders, coffee pots, slow cookers, rice cookers, electric skillets, microwave ovens, rollaway beds and futons. Children's items also available include porta-cribs, high chairs, infant car seats (up to 40 pounds) and a limited amount of toddler car seats. We do not provide bed linens, blankets, pillows or towels. Plan to bring or ship these items to save unnecessary expenses.
Visit the Fort Novosel Relocation Readiness website for more information.
The Lending Hangar is located in Building 5700, Room 177. Hours of operation are Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and is closed on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
The items are available for a loan of up to thirty days for soldiers who are making a permanent change of station in the continental U.S. and up to sixty days for soldiers for are PCSing outside the continental U.S. During busy moving periods, some items may not be available. A copy of PCS orders is required to borrow items. For more information, call 334-255-3161/2887 or visit the Fort Novosel Relocation Readiness website.
Relocation Readiness Program :: Ft. Novosel :: US Army MWR
Items are loaned on a short-term basis for incoming and outgoing families. Some exceptions can be made on a case-by-case basis.