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  • COLS 3 – Ref DON Memo dated 14 Nov 2005 Ref list of energy projects Ref base lighting reduction recommendations Ref poster
  • BEM – note the instruction signed by CAPT Sears and that PWD will provide training Small Unit Responsibility / Energy Savings Measures Is telework used and encouraged? Fans and heaters Are lights turned off at the end of the day? Is natural light used whenever possible? How many refrigerators and microwaves are in each area? Can you unplug high energy users such as printers/copiers/faxes at night and on weekends? Reference websites and BEM CD information COLS Expectations If it is 68 degrees or above during heating season, this is NOT a trouble call If it is 78 degrees or below during cooling season, this is NOT a trouble call Please have personnel contact BEM or facility manager prior to placing call so that we avoid duplicates
  • The class is limited to a maximum of 30 students Contact BRUCE BLOUNT at (410) 474 -1517
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10 JUN 10 Tenant Executive Council 10 JUN 10 Tenant Executive Council Presentation Transcript

  • NSAW Tenant Executive Council CAPT John Sears Commanding Officer NSAW 10 June 2010
  • Agenda
    • Opening Remarks – CAPT Sears
    • Community Update – Mr. John Imparato
    • Public Works Update – CDR Revalas
    • PSD Update – Mr. Mike Chapman
    • NSAW Update – CDR Raimondo
    • Questions and Closing Comments – CAPT Sears
  • Agenda
    • Opening Remarks – CAPT Sears
    • Public Works Update – CDR Revalas
    • PSD Update – Mr. Mike Chapman
    • NSAW Update – CDR Raimondo
    • Questions and Closing Comments – CAPT Sears
  • Questions
  • N4 Agenda
    • BRAC Moves at NSAW
    • W405 Garage Addition
    • Space Management
    • Energy Conservation Performance
    • Touchless Bathroom Dispenser Installation
    • Hazwaste Training
    • News You Can Use
  • BRAC Relocation
    • A-12 Litigation Office (P183V)
    • 38 people ~ 18,000 SF
    • FY 11 ~ $11M/BRAC
    • Programmed/ funded
    • Construction starts Jan ‘11 with move in scheduled for Sep ‘11
    • OJAG must relocate from facility into W200 (Nov ‘10)
    Qtr 1 Qtr 2 Qtr 3 Qtr 4 Construction complete ~ Move in Construction Begins OJAG Relocates to Bldg 200 Bldg 183 FY 11
  • BRAC Relocation Qtr 1 Qtr 2 Qtr 3 Qtr 4
    • PEO-EIS PMW 240 & PMW 200 (BR10-7374)
    • 135 people ~ 21,000 SF
    • FY 11 ~ $6M/BRAC
    • Programmed/ funded
    • Construction starts Dec ’10
    • Move in Sep ‘11
    • ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
    • PEO-EIS HQ
    • 107 people ~ 18,000 SF
    • FY 11
    • Possible relocation to WNY ~ site to be determined.
    Construction Begins Construction complete ~ Move in Bldg 220 FY 11
  • BRAC Relocation
    • NSMA BRAC
    • 664 people ~ 183,000 SF
    • FY 11 ~ $83M/BRAC funded
    • Programmed/funded
    • JBAB ~ new construction
    NSMA Site BOD Jun 2011 Qtr 1 Qtr 2 Qtr 3 Qtr 4 FY 11
  • Excluded from BRAC Relocation
    • Naval Center for Cost Analysis
    • 61 people ~ 10,000 SF
    • FY11 ~ $TBD
    • Not programmed/not funded
    • Excluded from BRAC but needs to vacate Navy Annex slated for demolition after Dec ‘11
    • Office for Administrative Review of Detention of Enemy Combatants
    • 90 people ~ 14,000 SF
    • FY11 ~ $TBD
    • Not programmed/not funded
    • Excluded from BRAC but needs to vacate Navy Annex slated for demolition after Dec ‘11
    Qtr 1 Qtr 2 Qtr 3 Qtr 4 FY 11
  • Consolidation
    • NIC Consolidation into Bldg 111, 2 nd- 5 th floors at WNY after NCIS relocates
      • CNIC currently occupies the 1 st floor
    • 548 people ~ 125,000 SF
    • FY 11/12 ~ $TBD
    • Not Programmed/Not funded
    • Will vacate approx. 40kSF of space in 5 bldgs at WNY and 1 bldg at Anacostia
    Qtr 1 Qtr 2 Qtr 3 Qtr 4 NCIS Relocating to MSB Quantico Bldg 111 FY 11
  • Consolidation
    • NCIS consolidation to JBAB, Bldg 168, 3 rd floor after NIC relocates to WNY, Bldg 111
      • NCIS currently occupies 2 nd floor
    • 119 people ~ 22,000 SF
    • FY 12/13 $4M (NCIS funded)
    • Not programmed/Not funded
    • Non-BRAC component of NCIS
      • Will vacate Bldg 218 at WNY and Bldg 94 at JBAB
      • Relocate NCIS located in Crystal City, VA
    Bldg 168 – NSF Anacostia Qtr 1 Qtr 2 Qtr 3 Qtr 4 FY 11
  • Growth
    • PEO-EIS future growth
    • 220 people ~ 35 kSF
    • FY11-15 ~ $TBD (PEO-EIS funded)
    • Formal space request submitted
    • Not programmed/not funded
    • Located at WNY
    FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 FY15
    • NAVSEA future growth
    • 800 people ~ 130 kSF
    • FY11-15 ~ $TBD
    • Formal space request submitted
    • Not programmed/not funded
    • Located at WNY ~ site TBD
  • W405 Base Impact
    • Perimeter ( )
      • Established by plastic water filled barricades placed near curb of 10th Street, on west edge of curb on 9th Street and 15’ north of the curb on O Street.
    • Adjacent Road Closures
      • Two way traffic will be maintained for the duration of the project on all adjacent streets, however there are crane lifts which will result in an extended road closure in October.
    • Unusable Parking Spaces
      • This configuration will result in 9 white and 3 handicapped parking spaces being unusable for the duration of the project.
      • For safety throughout construction up to 50% will be blocked during crane lift operations, approximately one month starting in Oct and three days in Jul.
    Parking Garage W405 9 th Street O Street 10th Street
  • Space Management
    • Facilities aboard WNY, NSF Anacostia, NSF NRL, and NSF Suitland belong to Commanding Officer, NSA Washington
    • Space allocation is managed by PWD Washington
    • The Shore Installation Planning Board (SIPB) is the forum that addresses space requests
      • Meets the second Tuesday of each month
      • Chaired by PWO, NSA Washington
      • Attended by NSAW N-Codes and interested parties
      • CO, NSA has final decision on all space allocations under 10 kSF
  • Space Management
    • Request space via letter to CO, NSA Washington
      • Explain and justify need for space and when the space is required
      • All requests are signed by Command Element of requesting organization (flag or flag equivalent)
      • Document the requirement with a SF1450/1450-1, DoD Instruction 5305.5 (Space Management Procedures, National Capital Region)
      • All space questions/requests referred to Sharon Callow at [email_address] or 202-433-4113 to be include in the next SIPB agenda.
  • Space Management
    • Growth within a Command
      • Update 1450’s on a yearly basis and identify future approved funded billets ~ send to Ms. Callow to validate your future space requirements
      • Plan your space requirements prior to new employees coming on-board
      • Identify space within your own command to support your growth ~ other buildings that you may utilize.
  • Space Management
    • Renovation within existing space
      • No SIPB approval required if personnel count and existing total footprint not changing
      • Requires a CR-1 Form. Work with PWD Facility Manager to complete the form
      • Project will go to PWD Work Induction Board (WIB) which meets weekly on Thurs for acceptance and execution
      • May require funding if work is not eligible for Regional funding
  • Space Management
    • Do
      • Document requirement with SF1450 – backup with manning documents
      • Look at Command growth for the next 5 years
      • Give PWD time for review before the SIPB – at least a week prior to the 2 nd Tue of month, two weeks prior if possible
      • Address why space/function is required to be at NSA Washington (what alternatives have been explored?)
  • Space Management
    • Don’t
      • Take space on your own. We will try to find space in close proximity to your needs. If space is not available at NSA Washington, requirement will be forwarded to NDW for space within the Region
      • Inflate requirements since space is a premium in the whole NDW Region
      • Modify existing spaces without PWD Washington involvement
  • FY10 Energy Reduction Campaign
    • PWD conducted a night walk-thru and found you could do more to help with energy conservation:
    • How Can You Help?
      • Fully enforce COLS 3 (maximize seasonal 4-week delay, heat only to 68°; cool only to 78°)
      • Under cabinet lighting should be turned off when personnel are not in their workspace
      • Common area lighting should be off at all times if no one is using these areas
      • Awareness campaign (distribute posters, banners, articles, email reminders to your personnel)
  • FY10 Energy Reduction Campaign
    • HOW CAN YOU HELP?
      • Get all your Building Energy Monitors (BEM) involved
      • If you need to train your BEMs please call our PWD EM at 202-433-4363
      • Ensure all office equipment (computers, copiers, faxes, etc) are turned off when you go home
      • Encourage small unit responsibility within your buildings
      • Encourage awareness of energy savings measures
      • Overcommunicate COLS expectations
  • FY10 Energy Reduction Campaign
    • HOW CAN YOU HELP?
    • Use the PWD team to report energy wasters
      • Anacostia/NRL APWO – LCDR Walter Ludwig (202) 433-2377
      • East ANA Mr. Frank Sansalone (202) 685-1755
      • West ANA Mr. Roger Caulfield (202) 433-2197
      • NRL ENS Andres Espinosa (202) 404-2461
      • NRL Mr. Ray Dambrosio (202) 404-4477
      • WNY APWO – LT Pete Benson (202)-685-7271
      • WNY Mr. Jimmy Garlick (202) 685-1771
      • East WNY Mr. Ted Alridge (202) 433-0146
      • Central WNY Mr. Solon Carroll (202) 433-2264
      • West WNY Mr. Phil Mooney (202) 433-0452
      • NSF Suitland APWO – ENS Karen Kraft (301) 669-3402
  • Touchless Paper Towel and Soap Dispenser Installation
    • Installation Locations : Washington Navy Yard, Anacostia, and Marine Barracks Washington
    • When : Started 07 Jun and to be completed 18 Jun
    • Why : To standardize dispensers and standardize the contractors product stocking levels to one type of paper towel and soap.
      • To reduce the spread of the H1N1 virus by using a no-touch-system.
      • Reduce wasted product by the customer.
      • Provides a cost savings of labor and product.
    • Where : Paper towel and soap dispensers will be installed in the restrooms and kitchenettes.
    • Will this inconvenience you? PWD and the contractor are doing everything to reduce the inconvenience to you. There will be a crew of four installers to install both the paper towel and soap dispensers. It will take approximately 5 to 10 minutes per restroom for the installation. The contractor will be installing approximately 150 dispensers per day. In all, nearly 900 paper towel dispensers and 1050 soap dispensers will be installed between the three locations.
  • Consent Agreement/Consent Order (CACO) Requirements
    • Mandated by 1998 Consent Agreement/Consent Order (CACO) issued by EPA Region III
    • Addresses past hazardous waste (HW) management & training deficiencies
    • Applicable to tenant commands on Washington Navy Yard and Naval Support Facility Anacostia only
    • Compliance tasks assigned
      • Manage HW IAW with current DC/EPA requirements
      • Each tenant command appoint tenant environmental manager (TEM)
      • Provide position description with appointment
      • Attend annual HW awareness training
      • Training offered twice per year – May & September
    • Two opportunities per offering
    • Deficient Tenant Commands
      • USMC Motor Transportation (NSF Anacostia)
      • EOP Remote Delivery Site (NSF Anacostia)
      • Lifelines VTC (WNY)
        • Previous TEM retired
  • News You Can Use
    • PWD Trouble Desk is (202)433-3101
    • Melwood (janitorial) issues, Mr. Richard Talbot at (202)685-8292 or ENS Hall at (202)433-0451.
    • Next call is to WNY APWO, LT Peter Benson, (202)246-0742
    • Next call is to PWO, CDR Stephen Revelas, (202)359-8730
  • Questions?
    • Information Brief
  • e-Leave Description
    • New application accessed through NSIPS (https://nsips.nmci.navy.mil) that provides the Sailor the capability to:
      • Request leave
      • Request to extend leave
      • Electronically check out and back in off leave
      • Cancel leave
      • Check the status of leave approval workflow online
      • ESR Self-Service account is required for Sailors requesting leave.
      • PSD has limited oversight responsibilities, this is a command managed program.
    • Three targeted NAVADMINS
      • Announcement (103/10)
      • Training/Resources
      • Implementation/Deployment
    • Navy News, Navy Times Articles, various other types of communications will be released
  • e-Leave Training
    • Sailor - Online
      • E-Leave Quick Start Self Service, Reviewer/Approver handout
      • Self-service training available via NKO or during Instructor Lead Training (ILT)
      • Survey after use of application
    • Command Leave Administrator (CLA)
      • ILT (CONUS) – Jacksonville, Norfolk, San Diego, and Seattle (Jun – Jul 2010)
      • (OUTCONUS) – Naples and Yokosuka (Aug 2010)
      • Navy Knowledge Online (link via NSIPS to training material available May/June 2010)
      • Defense Connect Online (DCO) for distance support
      • Training support as requested/funded by commands
      • E-Leave Quick Starts Administration/Setup
      • NSIPS Help Desk Support
      • Training Feedback Surveys
  • PSD General Information
    • EFSR Project
      • Tools to manage a Sailor’s career post-EFSR
        • ESR (Electronic Service Record) – NSIPS
        • WERR (Web Enable Records Review) – BOL
        • ETJ (Electronic Training Jacket) – NKO
        • Awards – www.navy.awards.mil
        • OMPF (Official Military Personnel File) – BOL
    • Miscellaneous
      • LIMDU (Limited Duty)
        • LIMDU Coordinator designation letters
        • Proactively manage LIMDU personnel (meet required appointments, keep PSD LIMDU Coordinator informed)
  • PSD General Information (con’t)
    • Miscellaneous
      • Manning
      • Transfer/Travel Season, be proactive yet patient
      • CPC (Command Pass Coordinator) usage
        • TOPS (Transaction Online Processing System)
        • Approving officials for travel claims (DD 577)
      • PSD Website (https://www.cnic.navy.mil/NSAW/OperatingForcesSupport/PSD/index.htm)
  • Questions ?
  • NSAW UPDATE for Tenant Executive Council CDR Philip Raimondo XO 10 JUNE 2010 UNCLASSIFIED UNCLASSIFIED
  • NSAW Update
    • Joint Basing Update
    • Commuter Transportation Working Group
    • Federal Voting Assistance
    • NSAW Smoking
    • NSAW Colors
    • Safety
      • 101 Critical Days of Summer
      • Pedestrian Safety
  • Joint Base Anacostia Bolling
    • General Info
      • 05 BRAC decision
        • Combine Bolling AFB & NSF Anacostia into Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling
        • To report to NDW
        • 1 of 16 Joint Base ventures
      • NDW assigned task of standing up JBAB
        • NSA-W is executing agent
        • No additional manpower provided to support tasking
        • NSA-W personnel are currently dual-hatted
    • Originally NSA-W/JBAB to be one command
      • CNIC decision to split occurred Dec 09
      • JBAB is no longer part of NSA-W
    • JBAB Leadership
      • JBAB Commanding Officer - CAPT Sears, USN
      • JBAB Deputy Commanding Officer - Col Agustin, USAF
  • Timeline & Approval Process
    • Memorandum of Agreement
      • MOA is between VCNO and DCOS USAF
      • Two year effort to determine Joint Base requirements
    • Submitted – November 09
    • Signed - 21 December 09
    • Joint Management Oversight Structure (JMOS) decision matrix
      • Joint Base Partnership Council (JBPC)
      • Intermediate Command Summit (ICS)
      • Joint Base Program Management Office (JBPMO)
  • NSA-W Update
    • Separation of JBAB from NSA-W created vacancies
      • Combine NSA-NP with NSA-W prime
    • Transition to be “transparent”
      • No change for NSA-W tenants
      • Different COLS for JBAB & NSA-W
      • JBAB is not part of NSA-W, but is part of NDW
  • Commuter Transportation Working Group
    • First Meeting was held 3 June - Attendees:
      • AAUSN FSA OJAG (RLSO) OPNAV (DNS-3)
      • NAVFAC CNIC MSC WPC
      • Defense Media NHHC NWC NSAW
    • Some Recommendations from Attendees:
      • Set up a commuter link on CNIC Gateway
      • Information boards located in Bldg 22 (Town Center) and Bldg 126 (Visitor’s Center) with bus schedules and commuter website info
      • Handouts in new employee packages
      • Advertise the slug line to tenants ~ access by Twitter
        • Slug-Line.Com
      • Investigate how to increase METRO bus routes to the WNY
        • Access on the base for Metro (Pre 9/11)
      • Study who is actually parking on the base
      • Mass Transportation Fair
      • Next Meeting – 12 August 1300 – ALL ARE INVITED TO SEND A REP!
  • Federal Voting Assistance Program
    • The Navy Vote website has been updated and is up and running. You can now go through the Navy voting website to access FVAP as well.
    • To access the website:
      • www.cnic.navy.mil
      • go under “WHAT WE DO”
      • >Fleet Readiness
      • >Special Program
      • >Navy Voting Assistance Programs
      • QUESTIONS? NSAW POC is NCC Daryl L. Washington:
        • (202) 433-0258 [email_address]
  • Smoking on NSAW ?
    • Smoking is prohibited on NSAW Installations except in designated smoking areas.
    • It is a supervisor’s responsibility to ensure that employees follow installation rules and regulations.
    • Need your help to make the WNY a healthy and productive work place. Be proactive, but be polite ask violators to put out their cigarette and direct them to nearest designated smoking location.
    • WNY has 13 designated smoking areas.
  • SMOKING AREA LOCATIONS Only when Pub is open Temporarily Closed due to construction
  • Popular Non Smoking Locations
    • All parking garages
    • Between the 405 Garage and Bldg 218 (NFCU)
    • Handicap ramp outside Bldg 194
    • Bldg 172 Parking area (between NAVIG and MSC)
    • Alley between NHHC Library and Navy Art Gallery
    • Front door of Bldg 212 (NAVFAC)
    • “ No Name Alley” (Between NEX and Bldg 196)
    • Picnic area opposite Subway
    • Front door of Bldg 101 (Pub patrons use front vice back door)
    • Walking across the base
    • Morning Colors
      • Throughout the Navy, on ship and shore, there is a tradition to present Morning Colors
      • In the Navy, morning colors are played exactly at 0800
      • At 0755, the bugle call “First Call” will be played. This is your cue to prepare for Morning colors in five minutes
      • Precisely at 0800 the bugle call “Attention” will be sounded followed immediately by the “National Anthem
      • The flag is raised on the first note of the “National Anthem.” After the “National Anthem” has finished, the bugle call, “Carry On” is sounded and you are free to go about your business
    06/21/10 02:54 PM FLAG ETIQUETTE
    • Morning Colors – What do you do?
    • At the bugle call, “Sound Attention” stop walking, driving or whatever you are doing
    • Turn and face the flag – there are more than one on the WNY - Leutze Park, Dahlgren Park, MSC and the DS BARRY, On ANA in front of Bldg 72
    • Place your hand over your heart or salute
    • Remain silent and turned toward the flag until you hear the bugle call “Carry On”
    06/21/10 02:54 PM FLAG ETIQUETTE
    • Evening Colors
    • Navy and Marine Corps perform Evening Colors at Sunset each day
    • Five minutes prior to sunset the bugle call “First Call” will be sounded
    • The bugle call “Attention” is sounded followed immediately by “Retreat”
    • When the flag has been lowered, the Bugle Call “Carry On” is sounded.
    • The same etiquette rules apply for Evening Colors
    06/21/10 02:54 PM FLAG ETIQUETTE
    • That the Army & Air Force lower the flag at 1700 on their bases, while the Navy & Marine Corps lower it at Sunset.
    • National Ensigns that are lighted 24/7 are not subject to raising the flag in the morning and taking it down at night.
    • NSAW uses the Mass Notification System (Giant Voice) to play colors
    06/21/10 02:54 PM FLAG ETIQUETTE DID YOU KNOW?
  • FOR Additional Information On
    • Flag Protocol
    • Contact
    • Mr. Jon Youngdahl
    • Protocol Office
    • Joint Base Anacostia Bolling
    • WNY : 433-2607 / JBAB : 202-404-6775
    06/21/10 02:54 PM
  • Summer 2009 Statistics
    • Between Memorial Day and Labor Day 2009 …
      • 24 Sailors and 15 Marines lost their lives
    101 Critical Days of Summer
  • How They Died
    • 1 bicyclist was struck and killed
    • 1 pedestrian was struck and killed
    • 5 were killed in other recreation or off-duty activities
    • 8 drowned
    • 8 died on motorcycles
    • 16 died in cars and trucks
    101 Critical Days of Summer
  • Summer Focus Areas
    • Personal Motor Vehicle
    • Alcohol Awareness
    • Water Safety
    101 Critical Days of Summer
  • 101 Critical Days of Summer Motor Vehicle Fatal Factors
    • Speed
    • Alcohol
    • Fatigue
    • Ejection (Not Wearing Seatbelt)
  • 101 Critical Days of Summer Motorcycles Fatal Factors
      • First year rider
      • No formal training
      • Under 30
      • Speeding
      • Doesn’t know limitations
      • Failed to identify hazards
  • Use TRiPS for your Trip! 101 Critical Days of Summer
    • TRiPS = Travel Risk Planning System
    • An easy, online survey that helps you recognize and reduce travel risks
    • Many more benefits!
    Access TRiPS through Navy Knowledge Online
  • 101 Critical Days of Summer
    • Drinking Facts:
      • Absorption of alcohol depends on
        • Your size, weight, body fat and sex
        • Amount of alcohol consumed
        • Amount of food in your stomach
        • Use of medications
    Alcohol Awareness 96 1.5 oz. 64 80 proof spirits 105 5 oz. 21 Red Wine 100 5 oz. 20 White wine 108 12 oz. 9 Beer (light) 144 12 oz. 12 Beer (regular) Total Calories Example Serving Calories per 1 Fluid Oz Beverage
  • 101 Critical Days of Summer
    • Learn to Swim
    • Swim where lifeguards are present
    • Keep a close eye on kids
    • Pay attention to local weather conditions and forecasts.
    • Obey signs about water conditions
    Water / Boating Awareness
  • 101 Critical Days of Summer Questions
  • Pedestrian Safety The following slides depicts pedestrian’s non-usage of the crosswalks here on the Washington Navy Yard on a daily basis?
  • Corner of 10 th & N Street (morning of 3 June 2010)
  • Corner 10 th & N Street (morning of 3 June 2010)
  • Corner of Patterson Ave. & Stevens St. (morning of 3 June 2010)
  • 6 th St. Gate &Warrington Ave. (morning of 3 June 2010)
  • 10 th St. & Westside bldg 166 (afternoon 3 June 2010)
  • Parson Ave. (afternoon 3 June 2010)
  • Corner of Parson St. & O St. (afternoon 3 June 2010)
  • Paulding Ave (afternoon 3 June 2010)
  • Sicard St and North Corner of bldg 101 (afternoon 3 June 2010)
  • Summary
    • In 2009 the Washington Navy Yard had 5 pedestrian to automobile related Mishaps.
    • NSAW Safety’s goal is to increase awareness.
    • Modify behaviors.
    • Minimize risk.
  • N9 – NSAW Fleet and Family Readiness Programs
    • Morale Welfare and Recreation
    • Warfighter & Family Support Program
    • Family Housing
    • Bachelor Housing
    • Gateway Inns and Suites
    • Child Development Program
    06/21/10 02:54 PM
  • FAMILY HOUSING
    • Free Home Buying Workshop, 30 Jun 2010, 1100-1300, ANA Bldg. 414 Conference Room
    • Free Housing Foreclosure Seminar, 30 Jun 2010, 1100-1300, ANA Bldg. 414 Conference Room
    • Volunteer Realtor available every Thursday, 1100-1300 ANA Bldg. 414 to assist with finding suitable and affordable housing
    06/21/10 02:54 PM
  • Morale, Welfare, and Recreation
    • Beautifully Renovated Waterfront Facility
    • Elegant Event Rooms for 30-600 Guests
    • Spectacular Waterfront View
    • Elegant Covered Terrace
    • Video Teleconferencing
    • Complete Audio Visual Services
    • Menus Designed Specially for your Event
    • Delicious Cuisine
    • Very Affordable Prices
    • Holiday Parties our specialty
    06/21/10 02:54 PM Catering & Conference Center - WNY Book your next conference, official or personal event /party now. 433-3041. 198 days until Christmas, got reservations?
  • Morale, Welfare, and Recreation ONGOING FUN
    • DON’T PAY FULL PRICE!
    • ITT Office Located in the Town Center (across from the bank)
    • 202-433-2282 DSN 288-2282 or JBAB 202-404-6576
    • Discounted Tickets To Local Attractions -  Movie Theatres, Tour mobile, Baltimore National Aquarium, International Spy Museum, Medieval Times, Colonial Williamsburg, Busch Gardens, Water Country USA, Kings Dominion, Hershey Park, Six Flags America, and Sesame Place!  Theme Parks based on seasonal availability. Contact the ITT Office for details.
    • Seasonal Attractions - Ski Liberty, Whitetail, and Ski Roundtop, Washington Wizards Tickets, Washington Nationals Tickets, Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus, and More!
    • Florida Attractions – Walt Disney World, Universal Studios/ Island of Adventure, Sea World, and Busch Gardens, Tampa!
    • California Attractions - Disneyland Resort, San Diego SeaWorld, and Universal Studios Hollywood!
    06/21/10 02:54 PM
  • Upcoming Events
    • Party on the Yard
    • June 16 -Jimmy Buffett Party at the Pub, 1600-2000
    • June 24 -2 nd Annual Reggae Fest at the C&CC, 1600-1900
    • July 13 -MLB All*Star Game Party at the Pub, 1600-2000
    • July 22 -Comedy Hypnotist Lunch Show at the C&CC, 1100-1300
    • August 12- Hawaiian Luau Dinner Show at the C&CC, 1600-1900
    • August 20 –Mordecai Booth Public House 4 th Anniversary Party at the Pub, 1600-2000
    • Sept 9 –NFL Season Kick Off Party at the Pub, 1600-2000
    • Sept 30 –Beer and Wine Tasting at the C&CC 1600-1900
    06/21/10 02:54 PM
  • Upcoming Events 06/21/10 02:54 PM
    • 7 th Annual Navy 5 Miler - Sunday September 26 th , 2010.
      • Register to run at www.navy5miler.com .
      • Contact [email_address] to volunteer or with any questions.
      • Sports (Point of Contact: [email_address] )
      • TRX Atomic Push-up Challenge – 16 June 2010
      • 4-on-4 Sand Volleyball – 9 August 2010
      • Joint Base 5K/10K Run – 16 September 2010
    • Fitness (Point of Contact: [email_address] )
    • – 1 st Friday 5K Run/Walk – 6 August 2010
      • 1 st Friday 5K Run/Walk – 2 July 2010 – Pull/Chin-up Challenge – 8 August 2010
      • Eat This, Not That Seminar – 15 July 2010 – Rowing Challenge – 1 September 2010
      • Doubles Racquetball Tournament – 16 July 2010
      • Summer Aerobathon – 24 July 2010 – 1 st Friday 5K Run/Walk – 3 September 2010
      • Step Your Way to Fitness 1 August 2010 – Step-into-Fitness – 7 September 2010
  • Upcoming Events 06/21/10 02:54 PM
    • Liberty
      • July:
        • 1 st – 2 nd Anniversary Party at Liberty Center
        • 10 th – Ocean City , MD Trip
        • 24th – Pool Party at JBAB Outdoor Pool
      • August:
        • 26 th – Summer Party at Liberty Center
      • September:
        • 11 th – Caving Trip
      • Monthly Events:
        • Dinner & Movie Nights (2 per month)
        • Birthday Party Nights
        • Tournament Nights
        • Open to all unaccompanied military
        • Point of Contact: [email_address] , 202-685-0896
  • Upcoming Events 06/21/10 02:54 PM
    • Information Ticket & Tours (ITT ) WNY 202-433-2282 or JBAB 202-404-6576
      • June 16 – Tiger Woods Golf Tournament tickets available free to all DOD (limit 4 per person)
      • 19 June: Atlantic City Trip ($25; receive $20 Casino Credit)
      • 23-24 June: Great Wolf Lodge, Williamsburg, VA ($195 a room/night; up to 6 people/room)
      • 26 June: Kings Dominion Picnic (Admission & Meal: $39 adult, $31.50 child)
      • 29 June - 4July: Tiger Woods Golf Tournament, Philadelphia, PA (Free)
      • 17 July: Atlantic City Trip ($25; receive $20 Casino Credit)
      • 31 July: NYC Shopping Trip ($38; Broadway, The Aqueduct and Jamaica Avenue)
      • 14 August: Great Wolf Lodge, Williamsburg, VA ($195 a room/night; up to 6 people/room)
      • 21 August: Atlantic City Trip ($25; receive $20 Casino Credit)
      • 23 August: 2010 Navy Football tickets available at ITT Office
      • 18 September: Atlantic City Trip ($25; receive $20 Casino Credit)
  • Upcoming Events 06/21/10 02:54 PM Navy Football Tickets @ITT Purchase discount football tickets to all Navy home games at ITT. Order any home game ticket at the ITT Office. Tickets arrive within 2 business days and the ITT office will notify customers that tickets are ready for pick up, or ITT can have the tickets sent to the will call booth at the stadium. $14.00 per ticket, upper seating only (Regular $20.00). Navy Football home games:   Sep. 11 - Georgia Southern Oct. 16 - SMU Oct. 30 - Duke (Homecoming) Nov. 13 - Central Michigan Nov. 20 - Arkansas State Contact the ITT Office: WNY 202-433-2282 or JBAB 202-404-6576  
  • JBAB Morale, Welfare, and Recreation
    • 2010 EVENTS AND PROGRAMS
    • BOLLING CLUB:
      • FATHER’S DAY BRUNCH June 20 th | 10:30am to 2pm
      • BOSS AND BUDDY June 25 th | 3:30 to 5:30pm
      • COMEDY HYPNOTIST SHOW July 22 nd | 11:30am to 1pm
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  • JBAB Morale, Welfare, and Recreation
    • IT PAYS TO BE A BOLLING CLUB MEMBER!
    • Club members enjoy Member First discounts on every meal. And if you pay
    • with your Club card you also get cash back. Now that's a meal deal you'll want
    • to dig into every day!
    • Pay with your Club card and earn 1% cash back on every eligible dollar you
    • spend off base and 2 points for each eligible dollar spent in purchases at the
    • base exchange (including gas), commissary and MWR Facilities on Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling.
    • Club members also have access to coupons found monthly in the JBAB 411. These coupons are not only good for use at the club but for other MWR facilities as well.
    • Monthly Membership Dues:
    • First Term Airmen & Sailors - FREE | E1-E4 - $4 | E5 and above - $10
    • Civilians GS 1-7, NAF I-II - $10 | O-1 thru O-3- $18 | O-4 & Up - $21
    • Civilian GS 8, NAF III and above - $21.
    • Contact the Bolling Club at 202-563-8400
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  • JBAB Morale, Welfare, and Recreation 06/21/10 02:54 PM
    • 2010 EVENTS AND PROGRAMS
    • SLIP INN BAR & GRILL:
      • PARTY ON THE PATIO Wednesday’s & Friday’s | 5 to 10pm
      • STEAK NIGHT EVERY THURSDAY ,1600-1900 , $8.95 Steak Dinner (rib eye steak, corn on the cob and baked potato)
    • OUTDOOR RECREATION
      • OCEAN CITY MARYLAND, DAY TRIP June 19 th | 7am to 10pm
      • PENN’S CAVE & WILDLIFE PARK July 10 th | 7am to 8pm
      • RIVER RIDERS TUBING DAY TRIP July 24 th | 8am to 7pm
  • Morale, Welfare, and Recreation 06/21/10 02:54 PM
    • 2010 EVENTS AND PROGRAMS
    • LIBRARY:
      • SUMMER READING PROGRAM FOR KIDS June 28 th thru August 13 th
    • AUTO SKILLS CENTER
      • AUTO SHOW September 4 th | 10am to 3pm
    • SPECIAL EVENTS
      • DAY AT THE BALLPARK June23rd | 11am to 2pm
      • REGGAE FEST June 25 th | 7 to 10pm
      • FREEDOM FEST July 4 th
  • Warfighter & Family Support Center
    • Ombudsman Appreciation Luncheon
    • Celebrating 40 years of the Navy Ombudsman Program
    • Join us as we celebrate and recognize the hard work and efforts of Navy Ombudsman.
    • Friday 3 SEP 2010
    • 1100 – 1300
    • Bolling Club
    • Please save the date on your calendar.
    • For More Information contact Ms. Sharleen Riddle at 202.433.3234 or sharleen.riddle@navy.mil
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  • Warfighter & Family Support Center
    • Financial Friday - NFCU-How to Power Pay Debt – 11 June-NSF Anacostia Bldg. #72, 1300-1500
    • Joint Services Hearts Apart – Family Social,13 July from 1000-1200 Noon at Indian Head
    • IA Indoctrination Brief- For Service members and their families who are or will be selected as an IA in the next year. 16-18 Aug.
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  • Warfighter & Family Support Center
    • Financial Fridays
    • June 11 - NFCU-How to Power Pay Debt 1300-1500
    • July 9th Paying for College - Now is the time to explore the ways to pay for college.  
    • July 23rd Renting - Things you should know about renting. 
    • July 30th Raising Financial Fit Kids- The best way to have money smart kids is to start teaching them at a young age. This class will show you techniques for achieving this goal.
    • Classes held at Anacostia Bldg. 72, 1300-1500. 433-6151
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    • Ombudsman Basic Training, Advanced Training and Assembly Meetings are held at the W&FSC. Call for information…DSN 288-6151
    • Life Skills - Parenting:
      • Mastering Stress – June 17 08:00-15:30.
      • New Parents of Infants – July 14 11:00-12:00
      • Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (S.T.E.P) Teen, July 27-29 13:00-15:00
      • Lemons 2 Lemonade – A class for parents and children talking about divorce. Coming in August.
    • Saturday classes offered for “Federal Resume Writing”. Call 202-433 -6151 for details.
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  • Warfighter & Family Support Center
    • SAPR (Sexual Assault Prevention Response – formerly SAVI)
      • Victim Advocate Training – 21 – 25 June
    • Classes
      • Couples Communication - July 6, 13, 20, 27 1400 – 1600
      • Women’s Empowerment Group – Female victims of violence, 6 week cycle will begin July 22.
      • Anger Management – 4 week series offered monthly on Wednesdays 0900 - 1100
    • Command Rep Program: To find out who your command Rep is or if you would like to be a Command Rep contact W&FS 202-433-6151.
    • Have Classes, Will Travel
    • All trainings/workshops/classes can be held at your Command. To schedule, contact the Warfighter and Family Support Center at 202-433-6151 (DSN 288-6151)
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  • Upcoming Events
    • 3rd Annual Daddy/Daughter Dance
    • Saturday June 19
    • 1300 – 1600
    • Belleview Housing Community Center
    • Free
    • Open to all Military families
    • 202-433-6151 (DSN 288-6151)
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  • JBAB LODGING
    • GATEWAY INNS AND SUITES
      • Specializing in transient and TLA Housing
      • Increased Capacity now with 290 rooms
      • Ideal for out of town visitors and conference/meeting attendees (TAD)
    • Reservations call (202) 404-7050 (option 1)
    • DSN: 754-7050 (option 1)
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  • BACKUP SLIDES
  • Questions
    • Directed in OPNAV Instruction 5100.12H, HQ
    • AAA Driver Improvement Classes and Motorcycle Operator Safety Training offered FREE every month.
    • Personnel may register online using ESAMS or by contacting Mr. Tyrie Hudson at (202) 433-6832 or by contacting BRUCE BLOUNT at (410) 474 -1517.
    • All classes are FREE and “open enrollment”, on a first-come, first-served basis.
    • The class is limited to a maximum of 30 students.
    • All classes begin promptly at 0730
    • Upon successful completion of the course, each student is issued a “Recognition of Course Completion Certificate”. Required for Base Sticker.
    Traffic Safety Training Services
    • AAA Driver Improvement Training In accordance with OPNAVINST 5100-12H
    • Is required for:
    • All active duty personnel 18-26 years of age
    • All personnel who operate GOV and are ticketed for a moving violation
    • All personnel who operate GOV and are involved in a mishap
    • Personnel directed to attend training either by Command directive or supervisor
    • Min. Participation: 4 & Max Participation: 30
    AAA Driver Improvement
  • There have been 32 motorcycle related fatalities; 30 were riders of sport bikes Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) Safety Training : Training mandatory for every military operator of a motorcycle whether on or off installation, and every civilian operator of a motorcycle on a naval installation. Riders’ must successfully complete COMNAVSAFECEN approved MSF motorcycle training. The two types of MSF are explained below: Basic Rider Course (BRC) is a two-day course aimed at beginning riders. A minimum of five hours classroom instruction prepares the student for the second day of practical riding in a controlled, MSF certified skills testing range. Experienced Rider Course (ERC) is a half-day course conducted on a skills testing range. Increasing numbers of experienced riders are taking advantage of the half-day ERC to hone their skills and fine-tune the mental skills needed for survival in traffic. Also in many cases, personnel successfully completing ERC training have received insurance discounts. Motorcycle Sport bike Rider Course (MSRC ): One day course of instruction. Consists of 3 hrs classroom and 5 hrs. range exercises. Riders must complete the "BRC" prior to applying for the MSRC course This course of instruction is specifically designed for riders understanding and being able to manage and control the risks associated with operating these high speed machines; Minimun Participation: 4 Maximum Participation: 12 Motorcycle Safety Training
  • MWR Advisory Board
    • Board Composition
      • Voting members
        • XO NSAW – Chairman
        • HQ NDW – (officer member plus Ceremonial Guard enlisted member)
        • White House Communication (enlisted member)
        • Defense Media Activity – (enlisted member)
        • NAVSEA – (officer member)
        • Navy Band – (enlisted member)
        • MSC – (officer member)
        • Branch Medical – (enlisted member)
        • CBU-422 – (enlisted member)
        • PSD – (enlisted member)
      • Non-voting members
        • All other commands with less than 50 personnel
  • MWR Advisory Board
    • Composition continued
      • Any tenant with more than 50 military personnel not listed should contact Lee Bell (MWR Director – lee.bell@navy.mil) to be added to the voting member list
    • Advisory board purpose is two-fold
      • Provides advice to CO about the MWR program
      • Disseminates information about the MWR program to members of their respective tenant commands
    • Board Procedures
      • Submission of agenda items or questions prior to the meeting is encouraged
      • Items can be submitted to the MWR Director at any time
      • Each meeting will include an open discussion period
      • Minutes of all meetings will be distributed to all board members after each meeting