Information Warfare Training Command Virginia Beach
Reporting
Students

ARRIVING
Report to Building 420, Layton Hall, NLT 7:00a.m. on the first day of training for course indoctrination. If residing off Dam Neck Annex, plan accordingly for traffic delays entering the base during peak hours (6:30 am - 8:00 am). The first two rows of parking at Building 420 are reserved for staff members; students should park beyond this area.

  • BILLETING
  • If you are authorized for individual billeting, make reservations at the Navy Gateway Inns and Suites Dam Neck Annex (1-877-NAVY-BED).
  • In cases of non-availability, several hotels are within 10 miles of Dam Neck Annex.
  • Students should verify the lodging type authorized via orders before committing funds and seeking reimbursement from the government

SECURITY
Personal electronic devices (PEDs) (e.g., phones, laptops, digital media players) are not permitted in Building 420; limited storage exists for PEDs. Students must conduct a self-check prior to entering Building 420 to avoid a command security violation. All seized PEDs will be forensically searched by the security manager to ensure the absence of classified material prior to being returned to the service member. To further protect classified material and reduce the risk of unauthorized disclosure, students are not permitted to bring large bags (e.g., book bags, gym bags, oversized purses) into Building 420.

RECORDS
All students will report with a copy of their orders and, if possible, medical and dental records. Any administrative need (such as travel claims or annual leave) may require additional documentation; students should bring all supporting documents.

Students are administratively assigned to either Training Support Center (TSC) Hampton Roads (this includes, but is not limited to, Sailors attending ‘A’ school or the Naval Intelligence Officer Basic Course) or their parent command (this includes personnel attending a course in a Temporary Additional Duty status and orders to return to their command upon course completion).

  • UNIFORMS
  • Sailors will report in the Navy Service / Khaki uniform on the first day of class, unless instructed otherwise by staff.
  • Sailors wear Navy Working Uniform Type I (digital blue pattern) Monday through Thursday and Navy Service / Khaki uniform on Friday.
  • Graduations during the summer are held in Summer Whites; graduations not held during the summer occur in Service Dress Blues.

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STAFF
Congratulations on your assignment to Information Warfare Training Command Virginia Beach. We look forward to having you on the team. Your sponsor is tasked with addressing any questions and issues you or your family may have related to your transition. To identify or contact your sponsor, please call the Quarterdeck at (757) 492-0001 / (757) 492-0002 during normal working hours and request to speak to N1 – Administration.

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