REPORTING INFORMATION

STUDENTS

All personnel must be in the uniform of the day when reporting or detaching.

a. Navy personnel report to NATTC OOD, Building 3460.

b. Marine personnel report to the Commanding Officer, MATSG, Building 3450.

c. Coast Guard personnel report to Coast Guard representative, Building 3460; then Student Control Office, Building 3460.

d. Army / Air Force, DOD, and Non-DOD Civilian personnel report to Student Control Office, Building 3460.

e. International personnel report to the International Military Training Division office located in Building 3460, Room 1233, during normal duty hours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. After normal duty hours report to the NATTC quarterdeck in Building 3460, Chevalier Hall. Normally, all international military students will be met at the airport by one of the international military student officers. However, if someone does not meet you at the airport, you can receive more information at the airport's Uniformed Services Organization (USO) office. It will be necessary to travel to Naval Air Station Pensacola, and the best means to get there is to utilize the taxi service available outside the baggage claim area at the airport. Tell the driver you wish to go the naval air station and follow the procedures above. It is important to have your Invitational Travel Order (ITO) available since this document will be necessary when you arrive at the naval air station. Also, the ITO is a very important document during your entire stay in the United States -- always keep a copy of your ITO available.

Pensacola, Florida Regional Airport is the primary pickup and departure point. International Military Students are generally met at the airport by at least one of the International Military Training Division staff personnel. However, advance notice must be provided with full student travel itinerary.

You should attempt to arrive at the Pensacola Regional Airport during normal duty hours (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday). The Naval Air Technical Training Center does not conduct routine operations or training on weekends (Saturday and Sunday) or the legal holidays listed later in this document under "Business Customs."

As soon as you arrive in Pensacola, you must report to the International Military Training Division office (location is outlined in General Information Section under IMSO location and telephone numbers). Normally, you will be met at the airport by one of the International Military Student Officers. However, if someone does not meet you at the airport, you can receive more information at the airport's Uniformed Services Organization (USO) office. It will be necessary to travel to the Naval Air Station, and the best means to get there is to utilize the taxi service available outside the baggage claim area at the airport. Tell the driver you wish to go the Naval Air Station and if you are enlisted, you should ask to go to Barracks "E" for a room. If you are an officer, you should ask to go to the Bachelor's Officers Quarters (BOQ). Then check into the International Military Training Division office the next working day.

STAFF

All personnel must be in the uniform of the day when reporting or detaching.

Navy personnel report to NATTC OOD, Building 3460.
(850) 452-7300
 
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