THE FIRST STOP
The first stop for all new personnel reporting aboard should be their appropriate command administrative department. Personnel checking aboard any of the submarines should report directly to the Naval Submarine Support Center. Personnel reporting to the submarine base, Submarine Group 10, Trident Training Facility or Trident Refit Facility should report directly to those command administrative departments.
Your administrative department will get you started on the check-in process and will set up an appointment time for you to visit the Personnel Support Activity Detachment (PSD).
If you arrive after hours, check in at your command’s quarterdeck to have your original orders endorsed. Report to your respective administrative department the next workday to officially check-in. If your arrival dates or times change, or if an emergency arises that might prevent you from reporting on time, call your command and sponsor in advance or as soon as safely possible.
PERSONNEL SUPPORT ACTIVITY DETACHMENT
Military members should report to their Command Personnel Pay Administrator (CPPA) to complete the required check-in procedures and file travel claims.
Building 1052 services include identification card issue and Dependent Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS) updates for military and family members, passport applications and the Educational Services Office for the Navy Wide Examination information.
All active-duty and reserve personnel must establish and maintain a self-service Electronic Service Record (ESR) account. Self-service accounts contain important features, such as enabling Sailors to directly submit PCS (permanent change of station) travel claims upon PCS transfer and update race, ethnicity, religious information and emergency contact information. The ESR replaces the paper service record as the single field-level data entry point for service record maintenance. Self-service accounts can be created at https://nsips.nmci.navy.mil with a military ID (CAC card).
A Sailor assigned to the Ohio-class guided-missile submarine USS Florida (SSGN 728) heaves a line ashore.