The Fleet and Family Support Program's Relocation Assistance Program (RAP) can make your move a lot easier, whether you are settling in or departing from a duty station. The RAP is designed to make the moving process run as effortlessly as possible for the service member be they single, married, married with children, single parents, also family members of active duty and mobilized reservist and active reservist personnel relocating.
Preparing for your Move
Information to assist you in getting started with your move.
Plan Your Move
Check out the two new relocation assistance tools at Military HOMEFRONT and Military OneSource.
Personally Procurement Move (PPM)
Understand the requirements of Personally Procurement Move, formally known as 'Do It Yourself Move' or 'DITY Move'
Housing and Lodging
Learn how your local Navy Housing Office can assist you. Information on temporary lodging between moves.
CYP & School Research
This section will assist you and your family with information on Child and Youth Programs and schools available at your new installation.
Moving with Vehicles and Pets
Whether shipping your vehicles or making arrangements for your family pets, you'll need to ensure that all arrangements are made prior to your move.
After the Move
Once the move is over what's next? Here are some tips for settling into your new home, Command, and community.
Get information about the moving process - from preparing to move to arriving at your new Command.
Updated November 2, 2020