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Government Housing

The majority of permanent party barracks are government owned/controlled and located on-base. The Navy Unaccompanied Housing (UH) office and/or Housing Service Center (HSC) is responsible for determining eligibility, processing applications and making assignments. This office also manages Housing operations, including resident relations, and maintenance and repair coordination.


Unaccompanied Housing Assignment Permanent Party


Navy barracks are programmed to house all single, permanent party Sailors in pay grades E1–E3 and E4 with less than four years of service. Navy Housing houses as many E4s with more than four years’ service as possible. Permanent party E1–E3s are normally assigned to shared sleeping rooms with no more than two Sailors sharing a bath. E4s are normally assigned to private sleeping rooms with no more than two sharing a bath. 


Students

Students are housed in dormitories and are typically in shared sleeping rooms. Dormitories vary depending on the type of training, and can vary from open bay rooms for basic training to private rooms with amenities such as bathrooms and kitchens.

The majority of permanent party barracks are government owned or controlled and located on-base. The Navy unaccompanied housing (UH) office or Housing Service Center (HSC) is responsible for determining eligibility, processing applications and making assignments.  This office also manages Housing operations, including resident relations, and maintenance and repair coordination.

UH Assignment Permanent Party

Navy barracks are programmed to house all single, permanent party Sailors in pay grades E1–E3 and E4 with less than 4 years of service.  Navy Housing houses as many E4s with more than 4 years’ service as possible.  Permanent party E1–E3s are normally assigned to shared sleeping rooms with no more than two Sailors sharing a bath.  E4s are normally assigned to private sleeping rooms with no more than two sharing a bath.

Students

Students are housed in dormitories and are typically in shared sleeping rooms.  Dormitories vary depending on the type of training and can vary from open bay rooms for basic training to private rooms with amenities, such as bathrooms and kitchens. 

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