About NCTS Guam
Congratulations on your orders to U.S. Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station, Guam. Welcome, Hafa Adai, to where America's day begins. To ensure you receive a welcome aboard package and sponsor information, please contact the command sponsor coordinator at:
Provide an accurate mailing address and contact information, as well as your itinerary to either your sponsor or the command sponsor coordinator to assist you in obtaining transportation from the airport. Some items that you will need to be aware of are: a valid drivers license is required for the length of your tour; no government dining facilities on island; BEQ is located in a remote location; no base transportation services are available; shipping a POV is highly recommended. NCTS Guam does not have a medical or dental branch, and all records will be kept at the Naval Hospital and the dental branch on Naval Base Guam, both locations are south of NCTS (refer to map on the right).
In order to make your check-in process run more smoothly, please contact the Command Sponsor Coordinator or your sponsor to receive copies of the below listed forms for completion upon arrival.
- ONE-NET SAAR Form
- DTS Self-Registration Worksheet
- Direct Deposit Form
- Government Charge Card Agreement Form
- Nondisclosure Agreement
- Tour Election Pg. 13
- Travel Claim Form
Guam is a small tropical island in the pacific located at 13° 28' 0" N / 144° 46' 59" E. Guam is a U.S. Territory and is relatively close to the Philipines, Japan and Australia as compared to other U.S. territories. Please visit the Guam Visitors Bureau for further information regarding the island. For those who intend to stay off-base, purchasing a generator is highly encouraged before leaving the U.S. and include it in your household goods shipment.
Photographs of Guam (Photographs courtesy of Terri Fuller and Petty Officer Austin)
NAVY HOUSING OFFICE
Naval Base Guam Housing
ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE HOUSING OFFICE / HOUSING INFO
Each AF base has their own separate link. Use the link for Andersen to learn more.
On the top left corner there's a Newcomers' Guide - the housing information
is under "UPON ARRIVAL"
Family Service Center
The Navy "Welcome Aboard" package may help you as you relocate to Guam. For a package, contact the Fleet and Family Support Center by email at email@example.com or by phone at (671) 333-2056/57 DSN: (671) 333-2059.
Apply for Housing
Joint Region Housting Information
Prior to arriving on island, individuals with dependents should contact the Family Housing Office to schedule an appointment at (671) 333-2081/2. You are further advised to submit an advanced housing application (DD-1746) to verify housing eligibility and planning of government quarters availability. This determines if TLA will be authorized and for how long. Applications should be faxed to (671) 339-2462, emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, or mailed to: Naval Base Guam Housing Office, PSC 455, Box 50, FPO AP 96540-0051 along with a copy of the member's orders and service record page 2 (for dependent verification).
Incoming service members with families will be authorized TLA pending assignment to government quarters. Members MUST contact the Visitors Quarters (VQ) at (671)339-5259 for reservations or obtain a "NON-AVAILIBILITY" letter with a control number prior to making reservations with a TLA approved hotel.
Upon arrival, members must report to their command and PSD/Disbursing to receive a TLA Brief. TLA is not authorized in "while in transit" and orders must be stamped. Individuals are also required to report to the Family Housing office within 48 hours of arrival in order to be eligible for TLA. You must report to the Family Housing Office even if you have already purchased a home or plan on buying one, found a place to rent, and/or plan to live with family or friends.
Points of Contact
Command Sponsor Coordinator:
Command Mailing Address:
PSC 488 BOX 101
FPO, AP 96537-1800
(671)688-3497 Command Duty Officer