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United States Navy
559 Tartar Ave
Building 559, OIC
Virginia Beach, VA 23461
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.
Students and permanent staff must stop at the quarterdeck, located in Building 127 (Taylor Hall) at 1912 Regulus Ave., Virginia Beach, Virginia, 23461. The junior officer of the day will endorse your orders. The quarterdeck is manned 24 hours a day and can be reached at 757-492-6234.
The Dam Neck Annex ID Card Lab is located in Building 524, and is open 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Monday-Friday (closed for lunch from noon-1 p.m.); they may be reached by calling 757-492-6163.
The key to a smooth check-in process is your command's sponsorship program. Don't forget to ask your sponsor about your new command's specific check-in policies.
Personnel Support Detachment Naval Air Station Oceana, the servicing PSD for both NAS Oceana and Dam Neck Annex staff members, is in Building 326 on D Avenue at NAS Oceana. Due to coronavirus disease 2019, they are operating at a reduced capacity. Newly reporting personnel are encouraged to speak with their command pay and personnel administrative staff and contact My Navy Career Center at 833-330-MNCC (6622).
Keep all important papers with you while traveling. These include PCS orders, marriage certificate, birth certificates, medical records, immunization records (especially if you have school-age children), any unofficial school documents/transcripts to assist in verifying grade level and school subjects of school-age children, household inventory, ID cards and insurance papers. Make sure you have the phone numbers for your sponsor, new command and ombudsman handy in case of emergencies.
Family members traveling separately from the service member should maintain a copy of the service member's Record of Emergency Data/Dependency Application, Page 2 (second page of the service record that lists dependent data), PCS orders and any needed powers of attorney.
Plan ahead! Make advance reservations for temporary lodging, especially during high-peak PCS times such as summer and holidays (for example: spring break, Thanksgiving and Christmas).
Some Navy Lodges now allow pets; however, room availability is very limited, so reservations are required. In the Hampton Roads area, all the Navy Lodges have pet rooms. The requirements for pet room reservations are:
The Navy Gateway Inns & Suites may allow pets, so please call 877-NAVY-BED (628-9233) for more information and/or to make reservations. Additionally, in the Hampton Roads area, hotels and motels are available in all price ranges and some allow pets.
Service members are strongly encouraged to ask their detaching or gaining command about Temporary Lodging Expense, which can offset the cost of temporary housing at the losing or gaining duty station. This financial entitlement is obtained at the command and should be applied for before expecting reimbursement for lodging costs. If traveling from Virginia to an overseas installation, ask your gaining command about Temporary Lodging Allowance.
Keep emergency phone numbers ready, such as the American Red Cross at 877-272-7337, roadside breakdown service and Fleet and Family Support Center Oceana/Dam Neck information and referral at 757-492-6342.
If you get married before you PCS, you must inform your command and follow the procedures exactly as you are given them. The military will not pay for travel and housing for your spouse if you do not follow proper procedure.