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Hours of Operation
Rules and Regulations
ORGANIZATIONS WISHING TO UTILIZE GULFPORT CRTC BILLETING
The Base Scheduling Office (228-214-6142, DSN 363-6142) is your first point of contact to determine if billets are available to support your training event.
MS CRTC BILLETING
Facilitates the deployed training of Air National Guard (ANG) organizations. Outside of ANG scheduled training events, billets may be available to other authorized users. Facilities include single, double, triple, and quadruple billet dormitory rooms as well as open bay barracks. Billets conform to transient training (≤ two weeks) room standards and deemed adequate for the occupancy of personnel regardless of rank. *MS CRTC Billeting amenities are not equivalent to DoD Lodging standards.
OPEN BAY BARRACKS:
Buildings 31 South (38 billets (bunk beds), 31 North (12 billets (bunk beds), and 32 (4 billets) are open bay barracks. At the Airfield Damage Repair (ADR) training site, buildings 405 (36 billets), 406(38 billets) and 407 (34 billets) are open bay barracks.
ALLOTMENT OF BUILDINGS/ROOMS/BILLETS
The Base Scheduling Office notifies the Billeting Office of all approved training events. Following notification from the Base Scheduling Office, the Billeting staff will coordinate with the organization’s designated representative to determine the allotment of buildings/rooms/billets. Deploying organizations are responsible for individual billet assignment.
During peak training periods, single billet rooms are limited to O-5 and above, E-9 and 1st Sgt. In all instances, the Billeting staff reserves the right to billet personnel to make maximum use of available space.
Provide the Billeting staff with a Customer Service Request (provided by base scheduler) 60 days prior to arrival. The Billeting staff will then send building/room/billet assignment worksheets to deploying organizations larger than 10 personnel. Return worksheets NLT 30 days prior to arrival.
Non-ANG deploying organizations
≥ 50 personnel
will pay for quarters
prior to arrival
via Military Interdepartmental Purchase Request (MIPR). To ensure accountability and proper billing, deploying organizations will provide the Billeting Manager with the number of personnel utilizing billets daily. Deploying organizations
˂ 50 personnel
and individuals may pay by Government Travel Card (GTC) or commercial credit card. The Billeting office
CHECK-IN / CHECK-OUT
Billeting Office (228-214-6165, DSN 363-6165) hours of operation are
. Rooms are available for check-in after
on day of arrival. Check-out is
. Other arrangements may be coordinated with the Billeting staff. Occupants are responsible to ensure: trash can/refrigerator is emptied, sheets and pillowcases are placed in marked bins (do not put sheets inside pillowcases), bedspreads and blankets are folded at foot of bed.
Bed linens (pillowcase, sheets, blankets, and bedspread) and bath towels. Occupants may exchange linen weekly.
ITEMS NOT PROVIDED
Toiletries (razor, comb, and toothbrush/paste), sundries (soap, shampoo, lotion, and laundry soap), hand towels, washcloths, or bath mats.
WASHERS / DRYERS
Occupants have access to washers and dryers (free of charge) in buildings 99, 109, 119, 87, and 93. Washers and dryers are also available at the ADR site. Billeting does not provide laundry supplies (soap, dryer sheets, baskets).
CLEANLINESS / DAMAGE / LOSS
Occupants failing to exercise good housekeeping practices during their stay will incur additional cleaning charges. Occupants are responsible for damage to facilities or loss of property resulting from abuse or negligence (beyond fair wear and tear). Occupants losing or failing to return room key cards will incur a $5 fee.
NO TOBACCO PRODUCTS
Violators are responsible for costs incurred to return the quarters to service. Signs posted throughout the installation identify designated tobacco use areas.
Violators are responsible for costs incurred to return the quarters to service. Deploying organizations with working dogs will coordinate with the Billeting staff prior to bringing working dogs into rooms.