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CIWT Detachment Ft Gordon
Welcome Aboard

Whether you are inbound or contemplating a transfer here, you will discover that Center for Information Warfare Training Detachment Fort Gordon is a challenging and rewarding duty station.

Fort Gordon is located in north central Georgia and is within easy driving distance of Charleston, Myrtle Beach, and other cities along the East Coast. Augusta is the second largest city in Georgia with a population of nearly half a million, but still manages to display the feel of a small town. It is also home to the Masters Golf tournament. You will find a variety of places to live, worship, shop, recreate, and learn. Friendly people, an overabundance of first-class amenities, fine dining, and a growing arts community are all factors that contribute to a superb quality of life and underscore why so many people choose to serve and retire here. Over the past decade, the overall cost of living index has proven to be one of the most affordable in the nation. Housing choices range from affordable, quality houses and apartments, to modest homes on acreage, to luxurious residences in gated country clubs. Temporary quarters, family housing, and barracks are also available on base.

Activities and programs abound for youth, teens, and adults. Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR) offers a variety of programs and services for single or unaccompanied Sailors and their families, including computers, games, trips, a golf course, bowling, child care, camping, fishing, riding stables, and much more at! You can shop at a modern, well-stocked commissary and the Post Exchange.

Finally, remember to regularly inform your sponsor and command about your travel plans, especially if you encounter emergencies along the way or cannot arrive safely or as scheduled.

We look forward to your safe arrival and to welcoming you to CIWTD Fort Gordon. You will enjoy living here, being part of our family, and working with a winning team of professionals.


Congratulations on your orders to CIWT Detachment Fort Gordon, Georgia. We extend a warm “welcome aboard" from the staff. We hope that your tour with us will be a memorable experience. Instructors here have the opportunity to facilitate courses on the latest technology and support the training requirements of the fleet.

We are committed to our Sailors, their families, and our mission on and off duty. Command and community activities are abundant. We encourage you to take advantage of all this area has to offer during your tour.

Prior to Arrival

1. Read your orders. . If required, get all polygraphs, overseas screenings, physical exams, and special screenings completed prior to arrival. Also, please be aware that CIWT Detachment Fort Gordon does not have a local personnel support detachment (PSD). We are supported by PSD Charleston, South Carolina, which is approximately 2.5 hours from Fort Gordon. To ease your transition to CIWT Detachment Fort Gordon, we recommend that you complete as much business as you can at your present command prior to transfer.

2. Make contact with your sponsor as soon as possible. If you do not have a sponsor assigned you can contact us at 706-791-7027 or DSN 780-7027 during normal working hours or 706-421-4726 after normal working hours.

Please don't hesitate to call for any additional information or assistance.


Reporting Procedures: Temporary Additional Duty (TEMADD), Permanent Change of Station (PCS), Active Duty for Training (ACDUTRA) orders, or Catolog of Navy Training Courses (CANTRAC) reservations are required for all courses. The orders must identify course number and title, student's name, rate/rank and social security number.

  1. Students must report to classes no later than 8:00 a.m. on class convening date. Students on PCS orders or from out-of-area and arriving earlier than class convening date must have orders stamped at the CIWT Detachment building 25702.
  2. Students who arrive on class convening day, report directly to building 25702 for further information, muster and class-up instructions.
  3. Students who arrive for schools must meet course prerequisites or may be returned to their parent command. You must ensure that your prospective student meets all prerequisites or that the training course manager approved your waiver request. Students must also meet obligated service requirements per the MILPERSMAN and/or the Enlisted Transfer Manual.

Command Obligations: In order to improve performance and minimize interference with school-related requirements, it is recommended that students attending formal courses become exempt from regular duty requirements.

Uniforms: Working uniforms are required on the first day of class (E-6 and below: Navy Working Uniform; E-7 and above: Khakis). Students must comply with Navy standards of dress and grooming.

Class Attendance: Students attending courses of instruction without TEMADD orders remain under the administrative control of the parent command. The parent command shall ensure that the student reports to class on time each day as assigned.

Discipline: A breach of discipline on liberty or duty will result in immediate disciplinary action, which may include disenrollment and return to parent command.

Leave: Leave, except for emergency leave, will not be granted to students. Modification to orders authorizing leave will not be honored unless received in writing prior to a student's scheduled departure date.

Messing: Fort Gordon has three Army dining facilities , as well as other fast-food restaurants and a Post Exchange food court.

Transportation: Classroom locations are within walking distance of barracks.

Out-of-area students arriving at Augusta Regional Airport should contact CIWT Detachment Fort Gordon command duty officer at (706) 421-4726 to inquire on the availability of military transportation to building 25702. Otherwise, a commercial taxi may be taken.

Driving Directions

Fort Gordon is easiest to reach via Interstate 20. If traveling West on I-20 from South Carolina, take exit 194 (Belair Rd / Jimmie Dyess Parkway). Take a left at the top of the exit ramp. The road name changes to Jimmie Dyess Parkway after you cross back over I-20. Stay on Jimmie Dyess Parkway until you run directly into Gate 1 of Fort Gordon. If traveling East on I-20 from Atlanta, take exit 194. Take a right at the top of the exit ramp (Belair Rd / Jimmie Dyess Parkway). Stay on Jimmie Dyess Parkway until you will run directly into Gate 1 of Fort Gordon. Once aboard Ft. Gordon, proceed on Chamberlain Ave. approximately 2 miles to 25th street. Take a left at 25th Street, CIWT Detachment Fort Gordon admin office / barracks building 25702 will be the third building on your left. Report to this building upon arrival.

If traveling to Fort Gordon from Augusta Regional Airport, follow the airport exit around to Tobacco Road. It's the road that joins the airport "circle" right in front of the big flag. Take Tobacco Road all the way to Fort Gordon. You will enter Fort Gordon through Gate 5. Once onboard Fort Gordon, follow Avenue of the States / Rice Rd (road name changes just after PX) until you reach Chamberlain Ave. Make a left onto Chamberlain Ave. and proceed approximately 2 miles to 25th Street. Take a left at 25th Street. CIWT Detachment Fort Gordon admin office / barracks building 25702 will be the third building on your left. Report to this building upon arrival.

If you are arriving after normal working hours and need assistance, please call the command duty officer at (706) 421-4726.

If you are arriving during normal working hours and need assistance, please call the admin office at (706) 791-7027.

Mailing Address

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423 25th ST BLDG 25702

Uniform Note

Fort Gordon is located in Navy Region South.

The winter uniform shift occurs in November and the summer uniform period begins in March in accordance with guidance from the regional commander.

The Uniform Shop on base does not adequately stock Navy uniforms, so please ensure you have the proper uniform items. You can order online at the Navy Exchange Uniform Support Center at or call 1-800-368-4088.

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