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VCC Locations


BANGOR
Bldg. 1035 (located off of Trident Blvd., adjacent to Trident Main Gate)
360-396-4665

  • NAVSEA (IMF) badges: Along with your other valid credentials, NAVSEA IMF/TRF badges allow for access to select restricted areas on lower base Bangor. These badges are only available at Bldg. 7074 at Bangor. Please call 360-315-2429 for more details.

  • DBIDS: Issued after identity proofing and vetting by VCC personnel, these cards/asses give individuals common area access on NBK installations. DBIDS are not necessary if you possess a valid CAC. These cards are requested through the BAVR website.

  • Pacific DBIDS: Issued after identity proofing and vetting by VCC personnel, these also give common area access, but may include restricted area access as well. These cards may be accompanied by a DBIDS or CAC, and are issued only at Bangor and Bremerton VCC locations with valid requests through the BAVR website.

  • Firearms registration: Conceal carry permits are not recognized by the NBK ISO, nor are any individuals allowed to be in possession of a firearm anywhere on these federal installations. For more information, please call the SATC office at Bangor at 360-396-5458 or call the Watch Commander (Bangor) at 360-340-2693.

  • Vehicle registration: Available at Bangor VCC, Bremerton VCC, Keyport VCC and Naval Hospital, plus the police stations at Bangor (Bldg. 1200) and Bremerton (Bldg. 433). Active duty members, civilians, and contractors parking on base for any reason must register their POV (Personally Owned Vehicle) as mandated by the DoD.  

  • Foreign National vetting: Non-U.S. citizens with valid needs for temporarily being on base may come to the VCC for identity proofing and vetting. Upon a favorable background check, a "pass" will be issued to the person's sponsor. These background checks can take anywhere from 1 hour to 72 hours for a determination. Sponsors must be eligible to sponsor another person (see the Visiting NBK section for more information) and be accompany the foreign national throughout the process and duration of stay. *Restrictions apply, please contact for more details.*

  • Letters of Assist/Exception/Authorized Agent: These "letters" provide a process by which a non-credentialed person be granted limited access to the installation. Permission from the base commander is required, and not lightly granted. These forms (letters) must be finalized by VCC personnel after identity proofing and properly vetting the unauthorized person. 

  • Waivers: These instructions are issued to individuals receiving an unfavorable background check. These waivers are to be completed by the individual then submitted for review (and possible) approval by the commanding officer of the base.


BREMERTON:
Bldg. 981 (located off of WA-304, adjacent to Missouri Gate)
360-476-4882 

  • NAVSEA (shipyard) badges: Along with your other valid credentials, NAVSEA PSNS badges allow for access to select restricted areas. The main types of NAVSEA badges for PSNS are Permanent, Visitor, Contractor, Escort, and FA (Forces Afloat are only for active duty sailors attached to a ship. These are not issued by the VCC. Check with your command if this applies to you). NAVSEA requests must come from a sponsor and sent to the appropriate Security Manager, not the VCC.

  • DBIDS: Issued after identity proofing and vetting by VCC personnel, these cards/asses give individuals common area access on NBK installations. DBIDS are not necessary if you possess a valid CAC. These cards are requested through the BAVR website.

  • Pacific DBIDS: Issued after identity proofing and vetting by VCC personnel, these also give common area access, but may include restricted area access as well. These cards may be accompanied by a DBIDS or CAC, and are issued only at Bangor and Bremerton VCC locations with valid requests through the BAVR website.

  • Turnstile/Enrollment: Given for CIA access to NAVSEA badge holders with valid/current credentials and permissions in the system.

  • Vehicle registration: Available at Bangor VCC, Bremerton VCC, Keyport VCC and Naval Hospital, plus the police stations at Bangor (Bldg. 1200) and Bremerton (Bldg. 433). Active duty members, civilians, and contractors parking on base for any reason must register their POV (Personally Owned Vehicle) as mandated by the DoD.  

  • Foreign National vetting: Non-U.S. citizens with valid needs for temporarily being on base may come to the VCC for identity proofing and vetting. Upon a favorable background check, a "pass" will be issued to the person's sponsor. These background checks can take anywhere from 1 hour to 72 hours for a determination. Sponsors must be eligible to sponsor another person (see the Visiting NBK section for more information) and be accompany the foreign national throughout the process and duration of stay. *Restrictions apply, please contact for more details.* 

  • Letters of Assist/Exception/Authorized Agent: These "letters" provide a process by which a non-credentialed person be granted limited access to the installation. Permission from the base commander is required, and not lightly granted. These forms (letters) must be finalized by VCC personnel after identity proofing and properly vetting the unauthorized person. 

  • Waivers: These instructions are issued to individuals receiving an unfavorable background check. These waivers are to be completed by the individual then submitted for review (and possible) approval by the commanding officer of the base.


KEYPORT:

Bldg. 916 (located off of State Rd. 308, adjacent to NBK-Keyport Main Gate)
360-396-2585 

  • DBIDS: Issued after identity proofing and vetting by VCC personnel, these cards/asses give individuals common area access on NBK installations. DBIDS are not necessary if you possess a valid CAC. These cards are requested through the BAVR website.

  • Pacific DBIDS: Issued after identity proofing and vetting by VCC personnel, these also give common area access, but may include restricted area access as well. These cards may be accompanied by a DBIDS or CAC, and are issued only at Bangor and Bremerton VCC locations with valid requests through the BAVR website.

  • Vehicle registration: Available at Bangor VCC, Bremerton VCC, Keyport VCC and Naval Hospital, plus the police stations at Bangor (Bldg. 1200) and Bremerton (Bldg. 433). Active duty members, civilians, and contractors parking on base for any reason must register their POV (Personally Owned Vehicle) as mandated by the DoD.  

  • Foreign National vetting: Non-U.S. citizens with valid needs for temporarily being on base may come to the VCC for identity proofing and vetting. Upon a favorable background check, a "pass" will be issued to the person's sponsor. These background checks can take anywhere from 1 hour to 72 hours for a determination. Sponsors must be eligible to sponsor another person (see the Visiting NBK section for more information) and be accompany the foreign national throughout the process and duration of stay. *Restrictions apply, please contact for more details.* 

  • Letters of Assist/Exception/Authorized Agent: These "letters" provide a process by which a non-credentialed person be granted limited access to the installation. Permission from the base commander is required, and not lightly granted. These forms (letters) must be finalized by VCC personnel after identity proofing and properly vetting the unauthorized person. 

  • Waivers: These instructions are issued to individuals receiving an unfavorable background check. These waivers are to be completed by the individual then submitted for review (and possible) approval by the commanding officer of the base.


NAVAL HOSPITAL BREMERTON at JACKSON PARK:
Bldg. 16 (located off of Austin Dr., adjacent to NHB Main Gate)
360-475-4377 

  • DBIDS: Issued after identity proofing and vetting by VCC personnel, these cards/asses give individuals common area access on NBK installations. DBIDS are not necessary if you possess a valid CAC. These cards are requested through the BAVR website.

  • Vehicle registration: Available at Bangor VCC, Bremerton VCC, Keyport VCC and Naval Hospital, plus the police stations at Bangor (Bldg. 1200) and Bremerton (Bldg. 433). Active duty members, civilians, and contractors parking on base for any reason must register their POV (Personally Owned Vehicle) as mandated by the DoD.  

  • Foreign National vetting: Non-U.S. citizens with valid needs for temporarily being on base may come to the VCC for identity proofing and vetting. Upon a favorable background check, a "pass" will be issued to the person's sponsor. These background checks can take anywhere from 1 hour to 72 hours for a determination. Sponsors must be eligible to sponsor another person (see the Visiting NBK section for more information) and be accompany the foreign national throughout the process and duration of stay. *Restrictions apply, please contact for more details.* 

  • Letters of Assist/Exception/Authorized Agent: These "letters" provide a process by which a non-credentialed person be granted limited access to the installation. Permission from the base commander is required, and not lightly granted. These forms (letters) must be finalized by VCC personnel after identity proofing and properly vetting the unauthorized person.

  • Waivers: These instructions are issued to individuals receiving an unfavorable background check. These waivers are to be completed by the individual then submitted for review (and possible) approval by the commanding officer of the base.

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