90 Days Prior to Departure
Outbound Assignment Briefing
IMPORTANT: Consult with your outbound assignment counselor to see if there are any upcoming virtual briefings scheduled.
The briefing includes:
- 811 FSS Outbound Assignment Team
- JBAB Finance Office
- JBAB Traffic Management Office (TMO)
- JBAB/JBA Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) Office
Travel Management Office (TMO)
IMPORTANT: Consult with your losing TMO for home basing/follow-on restrictions in regard to shipping your full weight allowance. Full Joint Travel Regulations (JFTR) applies for all ranks when government quarters are not available.
Official DoD Customer Moving Portal. This is the official site to accomplish most steps of your PCS. This website also has a plethora of information from moving tips to installation information.
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Joint Base Andrews Passenger Travel Office
Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling Passenger Travel Office
SATO (Commercial CONUS Travel)
Phone: 1-800-705-7286 / Email for JB Andrews customers:
811 FSS/A&FRC EFMP Family Needs Assessment
The EFMP-Family Support (EFMP-FS) Coordinator serves as the installation's Point of Contact for all EFMP matters and is housed at the Airman & Family Readiness Center. The EFMP-FS coordinator ensures each family receives comprehensive coordinated family support through the military and/or civilian community.
Support Services: Assists with coordination of family support services on and off the installation to EFMs who have physical, developmental, emotional, social or intellectual impairments/disabilities
The EFMP-FS often coordinates family camps and/or activities introducing families to new interventions and opportunities to learn. Activities normally provide an environment filled with entertainment for the entire family.
Resource Navigation: Navigates key local, state and federal resources available to EFMs. Develops and maintains a comprehensive resource directory with descriptive information about the agencies and organizations. Resources may include various Parent Training and Information (PTI) centers, no-fee community case management agencies, intervention services, U.S. Department of Education information, Specialized Training of Military Parents (STOMP), etc.
Deployed Support: Enhances support and outreach to spouses of deployed members with special needs family members. Will often collaborate efforts with the A&FRC Readiness NCO to host combined family centered activities for deployed and EFMP families.
Per congressional mandate 10 USC Statute 1781, Section 563, Q-Coded airmen must complete a service plan with the local EFMP Family Support (FS) Coordinator . Contact the Airman and Family Readiness Center EFMP-FS Coordinator to complete a needs assessment and services plan NLT 30 days prior to PCS CONUS/OCONUS.
**Non Q-coded Airmen will be cleared by EFMP-FS, there is no need to contact the A&FRC**
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811 FSS/A&FRC - Plan my move
Manage Your move Workshop:
Are you relocating to/from the PentagonNCR? If this is your first PCS or your fifth, our A&FRC staff can help guide you through the steps to better Manage Your Move. Several Presenters such as Finance, Housing, TMO, EFMP and the School Liaison will be on hand to provide insights that might assist in your transition. Call us and register to attend the "Manage Your Move" briefing for a relocation assistance overview. This briefing is mandatory for all E-4’s and below, as well as all O-2 and below, however all are welcome and encouraged to attend.