Reserve Component R3 I-Stops
1. Packing Out
For information on packing out surplus personal property that you may have accumulated during your assignment, please refer to the household goods/personal property page
2. Warrior Transition Program (WTP) - TLD and Light
The Navy developed the Warrior Transition Program (WTP)
, located in Sembach, Germany, in an effort to facilitate IA Sailors’ return and ease the reintegration process with Families, Commands and Communities following war zone deployments. Until now, WTP Sembach was a 3-4 day Third Location Decompression (TLD) program to ensure returning Sailors are prepared to transition from the stresses of military deployment in a combat environment. WTP-TLD Sembach is currently mandatory for IAs deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq.
For all CENTCOM AOR redeployers, WTP-TLD Sembach is now mandatory for all IAs returning from duty in any CENTCOM location and have been issued demobilization orders on or after 01 Dec 2016. As of this date, WTP-TLD will be included as a DEMOB I-stop on all orders.
For all AFRICOM AOR redeployers, WTP-TLD Sembach is also now mandatory for IAs returning from duty in any AFRICOM location and have been issued demobilization orders on or after 01 Jan 2017. As of this date, WTP-TLD will be included as a DEMOB I-stop on all orders.
For all Sailors serving in IA billets and remain in CONUS will participate in a shorter program at ECRC during the redeployment process and this is called WTP-Light.
IAs currently serving an any location in the CENTCOM or AFRICOM AORs that to not have WTP-TLD in their demobilization orders (RC Sailors) or mobilization orders (AC Sailors) are encouraged to volunteer to add WTP-TLD to their orders and submit an email request via their chain of command. Their respective chain of command should consolidate requests and forward approved lists to ECRC AOs at firstname.lastname@example.org to request an ORDMOD.
Upon completion of WTP-TLD, RC Sailors will return to ECRC in Norfolk, VAirginia to complete their redeployment and demobilization process before returning to their parent NOSC. AC Sailors will retun to their parent command after completing WTP-TLD. Note that WTP-TLD is a separate training requirement and will not replace any mission BOG days or time at ECRC.
If there are any questions regarding the updated process, contact USFF IA Support at email@example.com.
NMPS Norfolk is the primary hub for demobilization. It used to include some of the training and gear recovery now offered at WTP, as well as medical screening checks required by law for de-mobilizing IA Sailors. AC Sailors accomplishing these requirements at WTP are no longer proceeding to NMPS as an I-Stop. RC Sailors, however, must continue to demobilize through NMPS in order to receive RC specific training on continuation of military healthcare and other benefits, complete medical evaluations, and to attend TAP class as legally required by the VOW/VEI act.
- All the NMPS pre-mobilization and demobilization briefs are available here.
- At NMPS, you will usually be lodged on base, at NAVSTA Little Creek, or with other IAs at a hotel -- in all cases your transportation will be provided by the government. In rare cases where lodging cannot be consolidated and government transportation is not provided, use of a rental car may be approved by the NMPS Norfolk Operations Department.
RC Sailors can request a "courtesy demobilization" to travel home after NMPS and check-out at the NRA/NOSC closer to their home in lieu of spending more time away traveling to the NRA/NOSC that is not close to their home.
PERS-46 processes and adjudicates all courtesy DEMOB requests. To request a courtesy DEMOB, complete the attached form and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org The required form can be found on the CNRFC N35 webpage.
The NOSC PSD is also the location where you will have to make a decision about the disposition of any remaining accrued leave from your activation period. The policy for allowing RC leave carry over is documented in NAVADMIN 163/12.
Finally, the RC IA Sailor arrives at home to reunite and reintigrate with his or her family and parent command.