WelcomeWelcome to Corry Station. It’s great to have you aboard!
Whether you are reporting for staff duty or training, your stay here is certain to be rewarding, both professionally and personally. If you are reporting to the Center for Information Dominance (CID), your first stop is the quarterdeck in Building 501 across from the running track on Chiefs’ Way. The telephone number for the CID quarterdeck is 850-452 6512 (or DSN 922-6512).
For personnel reporting to the Navy Information Operations Command (NIOC) Pensacola, report to the administration department in Building 3783. You may contact NIOC administration at 850-452-0400 or (DSN 922-0400).
Following your check-in at the CID Corry Station quarterdeck, students and unaccompanied or single staff members desiring billeting will check in with our Five-Star Zumwalt Award-winning Bachelor Enlisted Quarters Welcome Center in Building 1084. The professional BEQ staff will assist you with accommodations for your stay at Corry Station. They can be reached at 850-452-6609/6541 or DSN 922 6609/6541.
During normal working hours, your next visit should be Student Management in Building 502. Student Management will make the necessary data entries to begin your check-in process.
Army, Air Force, Marine Corps and Coast Guard Personnel
Army, Air Force, Marine Corps and Coast Guard personnel are also required to check in with their service offices in Building 502.
Navy and International Staff
The Personnel Support Detachment (PSD), located on NAS Pensacola in Building 781-O, is responsible for all Navy staff personnel checking in or out of CID Corry Station.
Navy and International Students
CID Corry Station students should report to the customer service desk located in Building 502.
Items Required for Check-in and Check-out:
- Original orders and service record.
- Family entry approval.
- Overseas screening or other appropriate screening documents.
- Lodging receipts for temporary lodging expenses.
- Lodging receipts for periods of TAD (including BQ receipts).
- Copy of lease or mortgage.
- Birth and marriage certificates or divorce decrees (if applicable) for Page 2 update.
HousingPensacola Unaccompanied Housing (Corry Center for Information Dominance)
Buildings 3701, 3702, 3703, 3704, 3705, 3707, 3708, 3709, 3710, 3715, 3716, 3717, 1082, 1084 and 1090
Corry Station is located approximately 3 miles from NAS Pensacola mainside and is part of NAS Pensacola. Award-winning service by the staff will provide you with a fine place to live with fantastic customer service. The site consists of 15 buildings and all buildings are for students in the different intelligence schools. Mariner’s Roost is the name of the complex.
Within the unaccompanied housing complex, guests will find vending rooms, game rooms with large-screen televisions and computers with Internet access, laundry facilities, picnic areas with tables and grills, volleyball courts, basketball courts and horseshoe tossing pits.
MWR facilities are within easy walking distance, including a bowling alley, swimming pool, auto hobby shop, gym, wellness center and many other facilities. Public transportation is available between locations. Please feel free to contact one of our friendly staff for assistance for additional information.
Site Manager.............................. 850-452-6541
Front Desk Supervisor...... 850-452-6609/6541
Front Desk....................... 850-452-6541/6609
Corry Chapel offers a dynamic command religious program of divine services, pastoral counseling and religious education. The religious professionals on our staff can be reached at 850-452-6376/6103, fax 850-452-6065.
Services at Corry Station Chapel
- Sunday, 10:30 a.m.
- Sunday School, 9 a.m.
- Sunday, 5:30 p.m., Life Teen Mass
Pen Air Federal Credit Union
Pen Air Federal Credit is a full-service financial institution serving the military, civil service, more than 1,000 employee groups, and their families throughout our community. We have 15 branches throughout Escambia and Santa Rosa counties in Florida and in Baldwin County, Alabama, with three branches conveniently located aboard NASP, Saufley Field and Corry Station. Our branches are open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday. Our drive-thru lanes are open 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday. Our Corry and Saufley branch drive-thru is also open 9 a.m. to noon Saturday. NAS Whiting Field hours are 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
There are several ATM locations aboard each base and in the community and you can also access your funds and apply for loans 24/7 from our free smartphone mobile app or online at www.penair.org. Call us at 850-505-3200, or 877-4PENAIR, or visit our website at www.penair.org for a full listing of all ATM and branch locations, as well as information on all of the products and services we offer to make your life a little easier. Home or away, we’ve got you covered.
Navy Branch Health Clinic
Joint Ambulatory Care Center (JACC) at Corry Station
790 Veterans Way
Pensacola, FL 32507
Main Telephone Number........... 850-452-6326
The Naval Branch Health Clinic at CID Corry Station is an open access clinic for active-duty personnel only. The clinic is located within the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Joint Ambulatory Care Center (JACC) on the south side of Corry Station. All of your medical care will be conducted at the clinic during normal hours. Any after-hours urgent-care needs will be available at Naval Hospital Pensacola’s Urgent Care Center, which is open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. seven days a week. If you have questions concerning your medical needs, please feel free to call the clinic. Uniform of the day is required when visiting the clinic.
Medical Clinic........... 850-452-6326, ext. 4000
Central Appointments................ 850-505-7171
Hours of operation: 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday; and 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday.
Medical Services Provided
NBHC Corry provides nonemergent medical care in a patient-centered primary care clinic. Most medical issues are managed first by our providers and corpsmen, and if they cannot be treated within our clinic, patients will be referred to a specialist. Some of the different services performed are immunizations, STD exams, PAPs, Depo-Provera shots, overseas and sea duty screening, laboratory procedures, audiology testing and preventive health assessments. NBHC Corry generally has same-day appointments and urgent walk-ins are accepted during weekday clinic hours. Special scheduling is done for physicals Wednesday afternoons, and there is walk-in scheduling for the following:
12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday
No Shave Clinic
12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Wednesdays
There are no routine scheduled appointments Friday afternoons. Only urgent walk-ins will be seen.
For scheduling and appointments during normal working hours, please call 850-452-6326, ext. 4000 or visit us directly. For appointment scheduling outside working hours, please call Central Appointments at 505-7171.
Urgent Care After Normal Working Hours
Urgent Care Center at Naval Hospital Pensacola, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. seven days a week
Weekend Military Sick Call
Walk-in, 8 a.m. to noon at NBHC NATTC
Please make every attempt to seek care during normal working hours at NBHC Corry. The Naval Hospital Pensacola Urgent Care Center is not for routine appointments during normal clinic hours.
NBHC Corry Station Dental
Main Dental Number. 850-452-6326, ext. 4300
NBHC Corry has a group of dental providers and technicians that are here to provide quality care and put you at ease during your visit.
We provide routine dental services, including annual exams, overseas and sea duty screenings, cleanings, restorative work and X-rays. Please call 850-452-6326, ext. 4300 to schedule appointments. Dental readiness is often a challenge for new military personnel. If you are told you are a Class 3 (a cavity that needs filling), please make an appointment ASAP. If you are a Class 2 (need a cleaning), please call for an appointment when it does not disrupt your training schedule.
Hours of operation are 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday; and 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday.
Dental Emergencies After Hours
Duty Technician........................ 850-375-1603
Staff or students must call to make any type of appointment with the Dental Department.
Check-in: Staff and students must have dental record and ID in hand, unless you already turned in your dental record at NBHC Corry Medical/Dental Indoctrination.
Checkout: Staff and students must have copy of orders in hand and dental record if in their possession.
Retail Store................................ 850-455-2205
Front Register............................ 850-455-2979
Uniform Shop............................ 850-453-1150
Personalized services, the uniform shop, and the tailor shop and laundry are all available at the Navy Exchange in Building 540. Please call ahead to get store hours.
Corry Station Morale, Welfare and RecreationAthletics
The Corry Station softball fields, pavilions, playground, volleyball court and horseshoes pits are located at the west end of the base. The pavilions and softball fields are reserved though the Wenzel Gym office at 850-452-6198. Active-duty personnel, Reservists, retirees and DOD who work on base are eligible to reserve these at no cost for command functions. Private sports teams (i.e., nonmilitary, youth baseball, soccer or adult softball) are not authorized for use. Softball gear can be checked out. All other equipment (volleyballs, Frisbees, tennis rackets, soccer balls, footballs and horseshoes) are reserved and issued though the Wenzel Gym, 850-452-6198. We also have a running track; inside the track is a multiuse field used for flag football, soccer and Ultimate Frisbee.
Auto Skills Center
The Auto Skills Center (Building 1006) is outfitted with 13 covered work bays, eight automotive lifts, tire machines, tire balancers, brake lathes, and a large selection of hand tools and specialty tools. An up-to-date technical reference library and a friendly staff are available to provide first-rate service for beginning to advanced automotive enthusiasts.
Blue Angel Naval Recreation Park
Blue Angel Naval Recreation Park has it all and is located at 2100 Bronson Road on beautiful Perdido Bay off Highway 98 west, on the Florida-Alabama line. It is approximately 20 minutes outside the back gate of NAS Pensacola. The park is open for RV, primitive, group and day camping and also provides numerous group and family picnic areas. There are three popular 18-hole disc golf courses. Palmetto Course caters to the novice. Pine Course is for intermediate players. Oaks Course is for the advanced player. All 54 holes have Pro and Am tee boxes. An 18-hole miniature golf course, tennis and three great playground areas for the children are available. The park has Danger Zone Paint Ball, featuring all the latest equipment and supplies. Sailboat, paddleboard and kayak rentals are available for a day on beautiful Perdido Bay. Additionally, there are 15 two-bedroom mobile homes for rent as well as camp cabins either daily or weekly, along with the updated RV campground B area with sewer drops, pads and 50-amp hookups, a dry storage yard, laundry, pay phone, dump station and gear rental on-site. The park is handicapped-accessible.
Bowling — Grill — Lounge: Recreation Center
Our modern, upgraded facility has 16 lanes and caters to league bowling, open bowling, parties and special events, such as cosmic bowling, squadron parties, command parties and birthday parties. Bumpers are available on all lanes. Get something to eat while you bowl at the Corry Grill located just inside the main entrance. The Crow’s Nest Bar provides beverage options for bowlers and bar patrons alike.
The Corry Grill serves a variety of delicious foods for lunch and dinner, including hamburgers, cheeseburgers, chicken sandwiches, salads, chicken strips and fries … just to name a few.
Old Crow’s Nest Bar
The Old Crow’s Nest features a cozy atmosphere serving your favorite beverages plus five LCD televisions for your entertainment.
CYP Child Development Center (CDC)
The Corry Child Development Center is one of the largest military CDCs within the region. The center is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) as a program that provides exemplary developmental care for young children. The center provides full-time and drop-in care for children 6 weeks through 5 years of age. Voluntary prekindergarten is also offered for children 4 years of age. The CDC operates a Before and After School Age Care Program for children ages 6 through 11 during the school year with holiday and summer camps provided when school is not in session. The SAC program is accredited by Council on Accreditation (COA) as providing exemplary developmental care for school-age children and is also affiliated with Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) and 4-H Clubs. Hours of operation for the CDC are 5:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. The center is open to all active-duty military and DOD civilians and is closed on weekends and federal holidays.
CYP Child Development Home (CDH)
Since October 1990, the NAS Pensacola Child Development Home (formerly known as Family Child Care) program has increased the availability of quality, affordable child care for children 6 weeks to 12 years of age. Providers offer safe, family settings with developmentally appropriate activities and nutritious meals. The Child Development Homes Program certifies military spouses residing in Navy Housing. Active and retired military spouses who live off base in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties may obtain Navy certification and state of Florida licenses. Providers and their family’s backgrounds are screened as part of the certification process and all homes are inspected by Fire Prevention, Preventive Medicine and the CDH program.
In addition, all off-base homes are inspected by a representative from the Department of Children and Families. Providers participate in training and all homes are visited monthly on an unannounced basis. Some homes offer full-time, drop-in, extended hours and evening care services. Active-duty military, DOD civilians and Reservists on active duty are eligible to use the CDH program. The Child Development Home office is located in Child and Youth Programs (CYP) Office. State of Florida providers may also become certified through the military Child Development Home Program by agreeing to go through the required training and monthly inspections. For information on becoming a provider or to obtain a referral list for certified CDH providers, please contact the CYP office.
Family Fitness Center
The military family is a top priority at NAS Pensacola and Corry Station. There is now a fitness facility that is focused on families with young children. Located in the Navy Wellness Center (Building 3712), this 3,000-square-foot facility offers cardio equipment, strength machines, free weight body bars and a Dance-Dance Revolution (DDR) system for anyone over the age of 8. Those 10 to 14 can use any of the equipment after an orientation session. In addition, there are two play areas, one for toddlers and one for pre-K. Both have toys applicable to the age group in that play area. The family fitness center is staffed by individuals specifically focused on enabling an environment that allows families to maintain a fit and healthy lifestyle. An upgraded area provides opportunities for parents to work out while their children can play in an enclosed area in front of them. Parents are responsible for their children. The center is perfect for the mom or dad who wants the workout without the additional child care hassles.
Information, Tickets and Travel (ITT)
ITT provides quality-of-life leisure services to the military community (active-duty personnel and their families, retirees and their families, and DOD civilians). You will discover a diversified selection of free travel literature, including local and state highway maps; travel guides; motel and hotel directories; calendar of events; and dining, camping and road travel tour information. You can also purchase discounted military travel guides, military outdoor recreation guides and military road maps. ITT offers outstanding discounted attraction tickets for the entire United States, such as Disney, Universal, SeaWorld and Six Flag theme parks, along with all-inclusive vacations with Sandals, beaches, Disney and other agencies. ITT will book the cruise of your dreams and often at military discounts as much as 50 percent off regular prices. ITT can also provide a savings of 40 to 60 percent off the regular price of hotel and lodging facilities located close to all the attractions or your preferred destination. You don’t need to make a reservation to get complete vacation packages, cruise line bookings, motels, hotels or resorts, just come in to your local ITT office. We do all the work for you! There is no charge for our services. ITT is also your Ticket Master outlet, offering computerized and diversified sales for all concerts, events and shows in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, North Carolina and South Carolina. The ITT office, Building 3787, offers one-stop shopping and is located near the commissary and Navy Exchange mall off Highway 98 and adjacent to the mini-mart. Hours of operation are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. It is closed Sunday and holidays. All prices, tickets and hours are subject to change without notice. You may reach ITT staff by calling 850-452-6354/6362, fax number 850-452-6370 or by visiting the website at www.cnic.navy.mil/pensacola.
The Liberty Program for Corry Station is located in the Corry Bowling and Recreation Center (Building 3738). The program is geared toward single or unaccompanied active-duty personnel between the ages of 18 to 25. Students may take advantage of programs such as paintball, canoe trips, skydiving trips, holiday parties, UFC fights, pool parties, cookouts, karaoke and social gatherings with various types of entertainment, and a variety of tournaments, outdoor concerts, Comics on Tour and Texas Hold ’em nights. This facility also has Wii, Xbox 360, PS3, 17 computers, free wireless Internet, free popcorn, pool tables and a movie theater. It is open seven days a week.
The pool is open Memorial Day through Labor Day. Early morning lap swim, varied programming, daily lap lanes and recreational times are available in this beautiful 25-meter pool. There is a handicapped ramp, basketball goals and two in-water climbing walls. Active-duty personnel and their families, retirees and family members, and DOD civilians must show proper ID. Passes are available at the Aquatic Office (850-452-9429). Family members ages 10 to 16 may swim unaccompanied by passing a 25-yard swim test. The swimming pool is located behind Building 3735.
The Navy Wellness Center (Building 3712) conducts fitness and wellness programs for active-duty personnel and their families, retirees and their families, and DOD civilians. All staff is certified in one or more programs, such as rowing, spinning, TRX suspension training, Navy Basic Fitness and American Council on Exercise (ACE) personal training. All patrons start a personal interview with the director to have a program designed (cardiovascular, strength, flexibility, nutrition impact). Short-term visitors and member guests can be accommodated without this requirement. The Wellness Center has all the equipment and staff experience necessary to design and execute programs from the deconditioned individual to those requiring specific, high-intensity and pre-deployment type training. The Wellness Center publishes a monthly schedule of spinning classes.
The Wenzel Fitness Center (Building 3711) is a two-story fitness facility with a regulation-size basketball court, three racquetball courts and multiple fitness rooms. The center also offers showers and lockers. On the first floor you will find dedicated rooms to PRT cardio options, free weights and state-of-the art LifeFitness selectorized equipment. On the second floor you will find PRT-certified cardio equipment among other cardio options and an area to work your core and stretch. There are certified fitness trainers on-site that can provide equipment orientations and individual fitness programs as well as large and small command PT.
The Vet Clinic is open to all active-duty military, retirees and their families. Located in Building 535 on Corry Station, the Vet Clinic is open for product sales 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Clinics are scheduled by appointment, generally Tuesday and Thursday but also Wednesday as needed, and at our Whiting Field location once a month. Routine preventive medicine services include vaccinations, heartworm testing, feline leukemia and FIV testing, deworming and health certificates for travel or day care. Please be sure to call for information on PCSing with your pets as soon as you receive information on your orders. The preparation time to send your pet to many OCONUS locations can be up to eight months.
We also provide various sick call services. Routine sick call includes skin, eye or ear problems with some additional diagnostic services available, depending on the individual case. We offer limited routine surgical care (including spay, neuter, dental cleaning and minor surgery), as our missions, equipment and personnel allow. In case of an emergency, please call a local civilian emergency clinic for support.
CommandsCenter for Information Dominance, Unit Corry Station
The Center for Information Dominance (CID) was established in January 2005 as a result of the merger of the Center for Cryptology Corry Station and the Center for Information Technology San Diego. The creation of CID integrated training responsibilities for the key disciplines of information dominance — exploit, attack, defend and operate — under one learning center. CID oversees career management and training for officer and enlisted students of the U.S. military and allied forces in the fields of information operations, information warfare, cryptology and information technology. CID’s mission is to deliver the right training, at the right time, in the right place, utilizing technology, innovation and science of learning, to provide the fleet with optimally trained information professionals who will create a tactical advantage for mission success in the information domain.
CID oversees training for approximately 19,000 students annually at three commands and 16 detachments and learning sites throughout the U.S. and in Japan. The Learning Center and its subordinate commands employ more than 1,050 military and civilian staff members. CID’s largest training unit is co-located with the CID Headquarters at Corry Station.
Center for Personal and Professional Development
Center for Personal and Professional Development (CPPD) Learning Site Corry Station, Pensacola facilitates, instructs and certifies Navy, Marine Corps, Department of Defense and selected allied personnel in the Navy instructional delivery continuum (IDC). Additionally, they facilitate and instruct Navy drug and alcohol awareness courses and officer leadership courses.
Navy Information Operations Command (NIOC) Pensacola
Aligned under United States Fleet Cyber Command and United States 10th Fleet, NIOC Pensacola provides cyber and intelligence support to national, joint and fleet customers in enabling cyberspace supremacy. For further information about the command and the surrounding area, please visit the command’s website at www.niocpns.navy.mil.
Marine Detachment Corry Station (MARDET Corry Station)
The mission of MARDET Corry Station is to train and mentor Marines in entry and advanced core competencies associated with signals intelligence and our Corps ethos in order to provide the operating forces with Marines who possess the technical skill sets and esprit de corps necessary to achieve success both professionally and personally.
The detachment has a permanent staff of one officer and 30 enlisted personnel to support over 450 students annually. The detachment’s instructor staff is integrated into nine interservice courses aboard the Center for Information Dominance Corry Station.
Formerly Company K Marine Support Battalion, the detachment was established July 1, 2000, and falls under Training Command, Quantico, Virginia. The detachment’s headquarters is located in Building 502, Room 208. Phone: 850-452-6581/6582, Fax: 850-452-6344 (DSN 922). The 24-hour duty office is located on the first deck of the detachment’s barracks, Building 3710. Phone: 850-452-6431 (DSN 922).
MARDET Corry Station.............. 850-452-6581
U.S. Air Force 316th Training Squadron, Operating Location — Alpha
The 316th Training Squadron (TRS), Operating Location — Alpha (OL-A) is a geographically separated unit directly subordinate to the 316th Training Squadron, 17th Training Group, 17th Training Wing, at Goodfellow Air Force Base, San Angelo, Texas. The 17th Training Wing is part of the 2nd Air Force, Air Education and Training Command. The 316th TRS, OL-A’s primary mission is to develop, mentor and provide administrative support to all Air Force students assigned to Corry Station. The dedicated and professional staff of 18 personnel conducts signals intelligence, electronic intelligence, and information warfare training operations ranging from basic to advanced levels across more than three Air Force enlisted career specialties.
The Commander’s Support Staff (CSS) is located on the second floor in Building 502. During duty hours, Air Force staff and student members reporting to Corry Station will report to the CSS, telephone 850-452-6338/6769 (DSN 459). On weekends and holidays, personnel will report to the CSS on the following duty day.
350th Civil Affairs Command
The 350th Civil Affairs Command is one of the Army’s four flag-level civil affairs commands and reports to the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne) at Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
In addition to its headquarters at Corry Station, the 1,900 Soldiers of the 350th are located in eight other subordinate units in Texas, Oklahoma, Florida and Puerto Rico.
Civil affairs units act as the bridge between military forces and the civilian populace in a military operational area. Soldiers from the 350th have extensive deployment experience in Afghanistan, Iraq and the Horn of Africa. Additionally, the unit is aligned with U.S. Southern Command in Miami and provides support to SOUTHCOM missions and exercises in Central and South America.
The 350th headquarters is located at 2050 Chiefs’ Way. Phone: 850-912-2904/2914.