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Main Gate Closed 4 June - 31 July Use Day & Kelly Street Gate

ISC/SANDS/Schriever students should report to Building 1402 (ACSC), Room 2226 to sign in from 0800-1600 during the 2-9 July reporting window.  Students should be in uniform of the day for sign-in (ABU/OCP/flight suit).

 

Main Body Students will report to Building 1402 (ACSC) and follow the signs to sign in during the 16-23 July reporting window.

Requirements

  • Security Clearance Requirements: Clearance requirement is Top Secret/SSBI (Line of Air Force (LAF) ONLY).  For all other students, clearance requirement is Secret.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS

Please fill out and print these documents and provide to your Director of Operations when you In-process (10 or 24 July)

DD2875 (Click Here)

  • Fill out blocks 1, 4-6 and 8-12

AF4394 (Click Here)


DoD IA Training (on ADLS) (Click here to go to ADLS)


AF4433 (Click Here)

  • Required for active duty military, optional for ANG/AFR/Civilians

GTCC Statement of Understanding (Click Here)

  • GTC Travel Card 101 Training (Click Here)
  • Navigate to training tab
  • Under ‘My Roles’ tab, ensure ‘I am a DoD Traveler and /or I use DTS’ is checked
  • Return to Available/Recommended Tab
  • Select ‘View All’
  • Launch the course titled ‘Programs and Policies-Travel Car Program (Travel Card 101) (Mandatory)
  • Save as ‘GTC101_ACSCAY20_Lastname_Firstname.pdf’

Base Access for Non-Military

            Non-military members are able to obtain a 30-day pass each month up to a 1-year temporary ID card with proper justification, such as in the case of a non-DoD civilian student or a civilian spouse of a DoD civilian ACSC student, for example.

            Upon arrival at Maxwell, the civilian student should visit the Maxwell AFB Visitor’s Center with the person who needs access to the base. All credentials, driver’s license at a minimum, and social security number should be readily available to fill out all necessary paperwork.

Click this link for the Long Term Visitor Pass Request Form.

            If the person is living on base, they can obtain a DD Form 1172-2 from the Maxwell AFB Housing Office so that Security Forces can make them a DBIDS card.

POC: Maxwell AFB Visitor’s Center (334) 953-9498.

Please  select your branch for more In-Processing information

View the tiles below to download the required documents for in-processing.

Bring all of the forms with you on in-processing day!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                            

  • All US Army in-processing actions are accomplished by Ft. Jackson

For questions concerning in-processing, please contact the US Army Advisor office
Contact Information

US Army Office Secretary

Ms. Veronica Mumpfield

DSN: 493-2226

Comm: 334-953-2226

Email: veronica.mumpfield@us.af.mil

  • All US Navy in-processing actions are accomplished upon arrival

For questions regarding US Navy in-processing, please contact the US Naval Advisor
Contact Information

US Naval Advisor

CDR Patrick Corcoran

DSN: 493-2368

Comm: 334-953-2368

Email: Patrick.Corcoran.3@us.af.mil

  • All US Marines in-processing actions are accomplished upon arrival

For questions regarding US Marines in-processing, please contact the US Marines Advisor
Contact Information

US Marines Advisor

LT COL Tate Buntz

DSN: 493-2271

Comm: 334-953-2271

Email: Tate.Buntz@us.af.mil

  • All US Coast Guard in-processing actions are accomplished upon arrival

For questions regarding US Coast Guard in-processing, please contact the US Naval Advisor
Contact Information

US Naval Advisor

CDR Patrick Corcoran

DSN: 493-2368

Comm: 334-953-2368

Email: Patrick.Corcoran.3@us.af.mil

International Officers will in-process ACSC when they in-process

International Officer’s School.  For more information on IOS, Click Here

 

 

Contact Information

USAF IAO Liaison

Maj Joshua Payne

DSN: 493-6041

Comm: 334-953-6041

Email: joshua.payne.1@us.af.mil

All civilian students need to have their bachelor’s degree transcript (only one is needed) from an accredited university sent to the AU Registrar, prior to 1 Jun 19.  For more info, visit this link: AU Registrar.

 

Civilian students are in a TDY status while attending ACSC.  You will need to coordinate your timecard/pay/leave with your home unit. 

 

If you are not an Department of Defense Civilian (i.e., you are from another agency like FBI, CIA, DIA, DoS, DoE, DHS, etc.), you may contact the ACSC Civilian Advisor (ACSC.21STUS@us.af.mil) for questions about ACSC.  If you don’t have a Common Access Card (CAC), please alert the ACSC Civilian Advisor and we can initiate the paperwork with you. 

 

If you are an DoD Civilian, your POC for most questions regarding selection/declination/travel/pay will be with Suzette Daniel (DSN 665-5804) or the TDY-To-School office (DSN 487-2622).  If you have questions about the ACSC program requirements, schedule, or curriculum, please contact the ACSC Civilian Advisor (ACSC.21STUS@us.af.mil).

Base Access for Non-Military

            Non-military members are able to obtain a 30-day pass each month up to a 1-year temporary ID card with proper justification, such as in the case of a non-DoD civilian student or a civilian spouse of a DoD civilian ACSC student, for example.

            Upon arrival at Maxwell, the civilian student should visit the Maxwell AFB Visitor’s Center with the person who needs access to the base. All credentials, driver’s license at a minimum, and social security number should be readily available to fill out all necessary paperwork.

Click this link for the Long Term Visitor Pass Request Form.

            If the person is living on base, they can obtain a DD Form 1172-2 from the Maxwell AFB Housing Office so that Security Forces can make them a DBIDS card.

POC: Maxwell AFB Visitor’s Center (334) 953-9498.