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You are about to embark on a very interesting tour in one of the most complex shore duty stations in the Navy. Washington, D.C., and the surrounding National Capital Region is an exciting and fast-paced metropolis.

Here you will find information available in the left navigation buttons to make your move to the National Capital Region a smooth one.

All newly reporting personnel should report to their command first. Once you check into your command and they endorse your orders, you will then report to your immediate chain of command.

If you arrive in the area after duty hours, contact Furnari Hall, open 24 hours a day, located at Joint Base Anacostia Bolling, 202-433-2667.

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