This table will breakdown only the steps needed for an assignment outside the continental United States.
This is not an individual checklist item, but is very important if you are planning on shipping your vehicle to your next destination. It is highly encouraged to get this process started 2-3 months out from your PCS date.
Please call Pass and Registration at 632-4858, option 8, to hear the requirements for shipping your vehicle.
All vehicles MUST be deregistered 72 Hours BEFORE your final out appointment.
SIPR Token Holder -- Please bring your SIPR Token to Bldg 1442, Room 115, M-TH from 0800-1600. If you do not have a SIPR Token/Account, please send an email with your full SSAN to
Time to turn in all of your IPE. You can turn them in during customer service hours on Mon-Wed & Fri: 0800-1500/ Thur:1100-1500, Bldg 933 (remove ALL tape from gear/wash JLIST Top/Bottom)
IPE will provide member with a memorandum to take to Final-Out Appointment.
The Education Center will evaluate your records for missing grades, TA reimbursement, etc, 60 days prior to your departure date. Please take the appropriate corrective actions, if staff indicates required actions.
Please note, in order to receive your CCAF degree, your requirements needs to be completed PRIOR to your retirement.
Please call 632-5330 if you have questoins/concnerns.
Non-Pet Owners and Previous Pet-Owners - please contact the Vet Clinic at 632-8485 to be outprocessed.
Previous Pet Owners may be required to provide documentation for death or loss of pet or transfer of ownership. If you are transferring your pet to another
person, you must come into the Vet Clinic with the new owner. The new owner must also register the pet with the clinic before you can be cleared through the vet clinic. If the new owner is an Italian National, you must bring a MFR signed by your 1st shirt into the clinic that includes the local national’s name, phone number and physical address.
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