CNATT Unit New River

CNATT Marine Unit New River - Student Reporting

All personnel reporting to CNATT MARINE UNIT New River during normal working hours or after hours must report to the DNCO at AS-4008 Duty Hut, upon arrival. You must be in possession of your records and orders.

The Uniform for newly reporting Navy personnel is Service Dress.
The Uniform for Marine personnel is "Alpha".

CNATT Marine Unit New River - Staff Reporting

All personnel reporting to CNATT MARINE UNIT New River during normal working hours must report to the Administrative Office in Bldg. AS-312 Rm 10 upon arrival. You must be in possession of your records and orders.

The Uniform for newly reporting Navy personnel is Service Dress.
The Uniform for Marine personnel is "Alpha".

*** If you are checking in after normal working hours, report to the Duty Office
in Bldg. AS-4008 Duty Hut, to get your orders stamped.
You will then report to the Administrative Office the next normal working day at 7:00 a.m. ***

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Personnel Info

Equal Opportunity Representative (EO)
Email: Cnattu_new_river_eo@navy.mil


Uniformed Victims Advocate (UVA)
Email: Cnattu_new_river_uva@navy.mil
Purpose of the EO

Unlawful discriminatory practices within the Marine Corps are counterproductive and unacceptable. Discrimination undermines morale, reduces combat readiness, and prevents maximum utilization and development of the Marine Corps’ most vital asset, its “people”. The policy of the Marine Corps is to provide equality of treatment and the opportunity for all Marines to achieve their full potential based solely upon individual merit, fitness, and ability. The primary objective is to integrate equal opportunity into every aspect of Marine Corps life. Specific objectives are as follows: To build and maintain a cohesive combat ready corps of Marines who are focused and determined to accomplish their mission. To promote teamwork and cohesion through the elimination of prejudice and harassment. To ensure equal opportunity exists for all Marines. We must ensure that every Marine is prized and appreciated for their individual worth, and that each Marine is afforded full opportunity for professional achievement. The obligation of each member of the chain of command is to ensure that this sense of fairness is constant and genuine. An environment of fairness for all Marines is crucial to building a warfighting team.

Purpose of the UVA

Uniformed Victim Advocates provide 24/7 direct response to active-duty victims. They are not counselors, therapists, or investigators. Instead, UVAs help the victim navigate the system and understand options and resources available. Advocate services normally continue as long as needed.