Welcome to ASTC Pensacola, FL
Organization: The Naval Survival Training Institute reports directly to the NMOTC Commanding Officer and is responsible for providing oversight to, and exercising command and control over, three training departments. These training departments are Aviation Physiology Training Department (APTD) and Aviation Water Survival Training Department (AWSTD).
What To Bring
- What to Bring Information
Students on paid TAD or PCS
orders are required to produce them at check-in
and upon completion of the course to be stamped. NASTP QUALIFICATION LETTERS
WILL NOT BE ISSUED UNTIL ORDERS ARE STAMPED.
Water Survival Students must bring a practical swimsuit or shorts and a
towel. Practical swimsuit for Females is either a black or navy blue one
piece swimsuit. A practical swimsuit for Males is either black or blue PT
shorts that tie at the waist. It is highly recommended that students bring a
spare t-shirt and socks to be worn with pool issue flight equipment.
Students who wear contact lenses are encouraged to bring a contact lens kit
for removal of lenses during water training. Swim goggles are not authorized
for any water testing evaluation.
TO ALL NON-AIRCREW STUDENTS REQUESTING DYNAMIC TRAINING DEVICES
Non-aircrew Device Request Form
This form shall be received AS WELL AS THE STUDENTS UP-CHIT by ASTC-Pensacola Ops NLT 96HRS prior to the commencement of training. If the device request form is not received, the student WIL NOT receive ANY device training IAW CNAF M-3710.7, Appendix E.
If an up-chit is not received, the student WILL NOT receive ANY training IAW CNAF M-3710.7, Appendix E.
ASTC-Pensacola Ops Email
ASTC Physiology Quarterdeck (850)452-2142 (DSN) 459
ASTC Water Survival Department Quarterdeck (850)452-2688 (DSN) 459
FAX (850)452-3404 (DSN) 459
ADDRESS: Building 3845
Pensacola, FL 32508-1091
"For all HABD, Underwater Egress, and Class 2 top-off scheduling inquires contact the Water Survival Department Quarterdeck at 850-452-2688"
"For all other inquires contact ASTC Operations at 850-452-2141"