PRIOR TO ARRIVAL
Prior to departing your command or school, you are required to complete the following items:
- Polygraph. Coordinate with your Special Security Officer (SSO) to conduct a polygraph. This can be accomplished at most major commands.
- Security In-Processing (SIP). The initiation of the SIP is conducted by NAVIOCOM Colorado’s SSO. Please provide your personal email to your sponsor or NAVIOCOM Colorado’s SSO as soon as possible begin this process.
- These requirements must be completed in order to be gained by NAVIOCOM Colorado. Failure to complete these security requirements could result in termination of orders.
If you are arriving via air transportation, the Denver International Airport is located approximately 17 miles north of BSFB. As a general guide, a taxi from the airport to BSFB can cost between $35 and $50. Be sure to obtain a receipt to file a claim for reimbursement. It may be possible for your sponsor to arrange to pick you up from the airport as well. Ensure you maintain active communication with him or her to make any travel arrangements.
Upon arrival to BSFB, your initial stop should be the JCC for in-processing. The JCC, Bldg. 26, is located immediately outside of the Aerospace Data Facility. If you have any problems finding this building, please contact the JCC staff at 720-847-6157. Please ensure you have all hand-carried records with you and report in your Navy Service Uniform or Service Dress Uniform for E-6 and below, and Khakis for E-7 and above between the hours of 0800 and 1200. Do not check-in in NWU Type IIIs. You will be turned away if you attempt to check-in wearing NWUs. If for any reason the JCC has been secured, you are directed to contact the CDO at 303-210-1787. It is critical that you communicate with your sponsor to make appropriate arrangements for checking in, especially after hours.
It is extremely important to bring all paperwork with you within two days of reporting to complete your gain process. Timely submission of your gain paperwork will prevent any unnecessary over or underpayments of your entitlements. If you wish to take permissive temporary duty (House Hunting Leave) upon arrival, appropriate paperwork must be completed and approved by appropriate personnel.
All new arrivals assigned to NIOC Colorado have 72 hours to check in with the Urinalysis Program Coordinator.
Families should make temporary accommodations prior to arrival. Single service members E-4 and below will be assigned quarters in the barracks and given muster information for the next working day.
For those who may require temporary lodging on base, the Rocky Mountain Lodge offers rooms including some that are pet friendly for your stay. The hotel offers a full business center for use as well as a full-service coffee shop. Transferring personnel should contact the hotel as soon as they know their travel dates as availability can be limited. Lodging will accept and confirm reservations for Priority 2 guests on a space-available basis according to Air Force Instruction 34-246. Prices vary depending on the type of lodging requested and are subject to availability. Additionally, if you are incoming to the command and do not have a place before arrival, you may get temporary lodging at the on Base hotel by coordinating with your sponsor, and bringing a copy of your orders to the Lodge. You will then be reimbursed at a later date after your check in process.
ADDRESS: Buckley SFB 345 S. Beaver Creek St. Bldg. 331
Buckley SFB, Colo., 80011
E-mail Reservations: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lodging General Manager: Mr. Joshua M. Coleman
CHECK-IN / CHECK-OUT
Check-in and check-out for all permanent party and transient customers is at Horne Inn Desk Services, which is open 24-hours a day, seven days a week.
For more information please reference the welcome aboard package linked below: