military resources. All Navy activities and
personnel in our area are subordinate to Naval District
Washington (NDW). There are numerous military
bases, landmarks, and units in the area. For complete information
on all area military bases and services please click
Military housing. Washington, DC is not considered a critical housing area
and government housing is available throughout the region.
The normal waiting list
time for government units is about two to twelve months. Presently, the vast
majority of our OCs live off-base in civilian housing
for BAH rates - use zipcode 20052). You can learn more
about military housing opportunities by visiting NSF Anacostia Housing , or the Navy Housing Website
or you can directly contact the Navy Housing Office at
(800) 210-0139 or DSN 288-0346.
Medical Treatment Facilities. Upon assignment and transfer to The George Washington University
Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps you will want to ensure you change you Primary Care Manager and update your Tricare status. There are many Military Treatment Fcailities (MTF) located in the National Capital Region to suit your needs. Visit the Tricare MTF Locator to decide which facility is best for you.
Local area. From its celebrated symbols of patriotism to its undiscovered neighborhoods,
the sights and sounds of the nation's capital inspire millions of visitors every
year. Packed with famous sights, free attractions, and an endless calendar of
special events, Washington, DC offers year-round inspiring experiences. Click
here for the offical
District of Columbia website, or here
for the offical District of Columbia tourism site.
Transportation. The DC Metro Area has multiple options for commuting. Active duty military are eligible to receive subsidized benefits through the NCR Transit Subsidy Program. Enrollment will take place upon check-in. In most cases, the program will cover 100% of your commuting cost. Please examine the following links to detrmine which option is best for you.