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United States Navy
4755 Pasture Road
Fallon, NV 89496-5000
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NAS Fallon and the Fallon Range Training Complex are the Navy's premier integrated strike warfare training facilities supporting present and emerging National Defense requirements. Our mission is to support carrier air wings preparing to deploy; and other units participating in training events, including joint and multinational training and exercises. To achieve this goal we will utilize innovative and efficient resource management in partnership with the people of Northern Nevada and in harmony with our natural environment to continually maintain and upgrade the Fallon Range Training Complex; Van Voorhis Airfield; our aviation support facilities; and base living and recreation accommodations. Through these efforts, NAS Fallon will ensure quality of life and services second to none for visiting transient units and our assigned personnel.
Isolated duty screening is mandatory for PCS transfer to NAS Fallon. It is your responsibility to ensure that you and your family have passed isolated duty screening. The Fallon area is considered remote/isolated duty with limited local medical services available. Improper screening could also result in unnecessary expenses incurred by both the service member and the Navy.
If you are married or a single parent and are bringing your family, plan on having $3,500.00 to $5,000.00 in cash and/or travelers checks for start-up expenses including rental and security deposits, utility deposits, and other initial costs. This money can be accumulated from advance dislocation allowance, per diem and travel. See your local Customer Service Detachment Office for specific information on all the advance pays and allowances you are authorized.
If you are considering being a geographic bachelor at NAS Fallon, you must first contact the Command Master Chief at 775-426-2855 to submit a formal request. Requests will be authorized based on need and space availability.
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