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For personnel with orders to Navy Medicine Training Support Center in a student status, this page has all the information you will need to know for reporting to the command and policies during your time in a training status. If you have a question that cannot be answered with the information available on this page, call (210) 808-1005 or (210) 808-1018.
If you are a prior student attempting to obtain a course completion certificate, please contact the Medical Education and Training Campus Registrar.
"A" SCHOOL STUDENTS
Report to Navy Barracks Fralish Hall, Building 1479, located at 3320 CPL Johnson Road to have your orders stamped. "A" School students will not be assigned a sponsor. However, you may contact the sponsorship coordinators for a point of contact.
"C" SCHOOL AND U.S. COAST GUARD STUDENTS
Report to Navy Barracks Jaenke Hall, Building 1475, located at 3320 CPL Johnson Road to have your orders stamped. "C" School students will not be assigned a sponsor. However, you may contact the sponsorship coordinators for a point of contact.
U.S. Coast Guard Students: For administrative problems or questions, contact the USCG Liaison at (210) 221-6684.
TRANSIENT MONITORING DIVISION
All students who report to NMTSC before their class convening date or are awaiting transfer orders will be assigned to the Transient Monitoring Division until member's class convenes or orders are received.
You are strongly encouraged to review your LES to make sure all pay, allowances, and other financial entitlements are in order. Over-payments are collected immediately and in large sums. Do not jeopardize your financial integrity or your career through mismanagement of your pay and allowances. If Members find themselves in a financial situation, they can utilize the Navy Marine Corps Relief Society located at 2414 Stanley Rd, Bldg 131. Their number is (210) 221-9819. They are open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 0900-1500. Also, the American Red Cross can be utilized for members with an extreme or emergent situation. They are located in Bldg. 2650 on Fort Sam Houston and to schedule an appointment call (210) 221-5271/3681.
BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING POLICY:
Single sailors that are E-5 or E-4 with more than four years of service will be eligible to receive Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) upon reporting to Navy Medicine Training Support Center (NMTSC). A BAH request and command approval are required for any single sailor applying for BAH. Reporting students are required to have an approved BAH request signed by the Commanding Officer prior to entering into any housing agreement. MIL-MIL members without dependents are considered single for pay purposes regardless of paygrade. If you have any questions, contact the NMTSC Pay and Personnel office at 210-808-4828/1052/4838.
STANDARDS OF CONDUCT
We have a zero tolerance for gender or racial discrimination, sexual harassment, fraternization or substance abuse. Complaints of discrimination or grievances, informal and formal procedures are presented to all staff/students during orientation via the Navy Rights and Responsibility Workshop. Additional information may be obtained from the Command Assessment Team members or the Administrative Services Department. Please refer to the Fraternization and Sexual Harassment Policies posted in the Admin Department of Bldg. 903 if there are any questions. All personnel upon check-in and random selection are required to participate in the Urinalysis Drug Program.
ACADEMIC HONOR CODE
The Academic Honor Code states a student does not lie, cheat or steal. Students will sign a Page 13, acknowledging receipt of this briefing.
The Command Policy on Alcohol Abuse is “Zero Tolerance” and will be strictly enforced. During orientation, all hands will attend a DAPA Briefing on alcohol awareness. In the case of an alcohol incident, all personnel will appear before the Commanding Officer and be screened by the Command DAPA, as well as mandatory disqualification from any administrative program ("C” school, SCORE, STAR, or frocking for one year). A page 13 will be used for serious incidents as well as adverse performance evaluations (military bearing/character marked no higher than 1.0 and not recommended for advancement for one year). In the case of a DUI/DWI, mandatory suspensions of base driving privileges and motorcycle safety qualifications, and disenrollment from school. Drinking is prohibited eight hours prior to class and/or assuming duty. Reporting for class or duty while under the influence of alcohol will result in disenrollment from school and administrative or disciplinary action.
There is currently a waiting list for on-base housing. To be placed on the waiting list prior to arriving in San Antonio you must be checked out of your command, and fax the following documents to the Lincoln Housing Office:
Quarterdeck - (210) 808-1445
Duty NMTI - (210) 965-3907
TMD - (210) 808-1523
3320 CPL JOHNSON RD
JBSA FT SAM HOUSTON TX 78234
Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
7700 Arlington Blvd. Ste. 5113 Falls Church, VA 22042-5113
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