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673d Security Forces Squadron

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Mission: Provide combat ready forces fully prepared for rapid worldwide deployment and to defend our base, promote safety and security, and care for our airmen, soldiers, civilians, and families at home.

673d SFS Contacts
Security Forces Facebook
Commander: 552-4303 Armory: 552-6502
Deputy to the Commander: 552-4303 Reports & Analysis: 552-5251
Security Forces Manager: 552-7163 Investigations: 384-1214
First Sergeant: 552-2169  

Security Forces Phone Tree 552-3421

Boniface visitor Control Center: 552-5420
Richardson Visitor Control Center: 384-0296

 

*** Steps to Registering Weapons on JBER ***

Step 1: Pick up an AF Form 1314 (Weapons Registration) and a dd2760 (this is usually printed on the back of the AF Form 1314) from Reports and Analysis, Richardson VCC, or the Boniface VCC.

Step 2:   Fill out the AF Form 1314 and dd2760 in its entirety and sign in the appropriate areas.  Once the AF Form 1314 and dd2760 is completely filled out, the individual needs to have his Unit/Squadron/Company Commander or Weapons Designee sign the AF Form 1314 as well *Weapons will not be register without the Unit/Squadron/Company Commander or Weapons Designee's signature*.

Step 3: Bring the completed AF Form back to Reports and Analysis, Richardson VCC, or the Boniface VCC.  Weapons will then be registered and the individual will receive a copy of their AF Form 1314 that has been initialed, dated, and stamped by Reports and Analysis or Base Access.  As well, the individual will receive a 673 SFS Form 0107 with their weapons listed on the back and it will also be initialed, dated, and stamped by Reports and Analysis, Richardson VCC, or the Boniface VCC.

Any questions, please contact Reports and Analysis at 552-5251.
JBER Gate Hours

*** JBER Gate Hours ***

JBER GATES      

Open Hours    

COMMERCIAL VEHICLE INSPECTION (CVI)

Richardson & Visitor Center (VCC) Vehicle Gate 24/7, VCC 0600-2100 M-F None
Arctic Valley (Outbound Only)             CLOSED None
Muldoon

CLOSED - Aug 20th - Oct 14th 2018

0500-2400 Mon-Fri
0900-2400 Sat, Sun, Holidays & Military Down Days

None
Boniface & Visitor Center (VC) 24/7, VCC 0600-2200 Alternate CVI location
1800-0600 7 days/week


Post Road

0600-1800 Mon-Sun 0600-1800 (Mon-Sun)
Government Hill 0530-2200 M-Th
0530-2300 F
0600-2300 Sa (0530-On UTA Weekends)
0600-2200 Su (0530-On UTA Weekends)
None
JBER Visitors

There is a wide variety of reasons to come to visit Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.  Some of the more common reasons people want to visit JBER are to visit relatives or because they were stationed here in the past and want to revisit old memories.  Although most visitors have a personal connection to JBER, the public can also visit JBER.  A visit to JBER during a base tour, may give taxpayers the opportunity to see how their money is being spent, as well as, present a chance for prospective service members to catch a glimpse of a future with the military.

Please review updated REAL I.D. Act information on accepted forms of identification required for JBER access. (REAL ID flyer)

 

Additional information pertaining to the REAL ID Act can be found on the Department of Homeland Security website at this LINK.

Revised procedures for Requesting Visitor Access

The 673d Communications Squadron and the 673d Security Forces Squadron have developed a Base Access Intelink website for use by all DoD CAC holders. This site allows DoD CAC holders to access several commonly sought after base access forms and more importantly allows those users to sponsor visitors onto JBER from a CAC enabled computer. DoD CAC holders may utilize the website to sponsor on up to nine US citizens, for up to 60 days, no more than 72 hours in advance of their arrival to JBER. The intent of the site is to streamline the process for getting visitors onto the installation for both operational and personal needs. You can review the quick step by step process that you will encounter when you access the site here. Login with your CAC at the following site:

https://intelshare.intelink.gov/sites/jointbaseelmendorfrichardson/JBERSites/BaseAccess/SitePages/Home.aspx

Has your visitor ever had a pass for a DoD installation?
Have they been enrolled in the Defense Biometric Identification System (DBIDS)?

If not, please have them visit https://dbids-global.dmdc.mil/enroll#!/  to pre-enroll, this will significantly accelerate the process at the Visitor Control Center in having their pass produced.

 

Base Access Frequently Asked Questions
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Unless the Foreign Visitor is a foreign exchange student or an identified Family Care Plan member, the sponsor/escort, or their alternate (if listed), must be a DoD ID card holder an accompany the Foreign Visitor at ALL times while they are on the installation. At NO time is the Foreign Visitor to be left alone, or with someone not listed on the Foreign Visitor Pass Worksheet.

EXCEPTION: If the Foreign Visitor is a foreign exchange student or an identified Family Care Plan member, the sponsor MUST complete the "NON OFFICIAL FOREIGN VISITOR WORKSHEET" at least 4 weeks prior to requested base access dates. The sponsor must provide the signed and completed Worksheet to the Base Access Office located in Rm 100, Bldg 8517 for coordination and processing. Once passport and visa information is validated, the Worksheet will be routed to the 673d Air Base Wing Commander for approval of unescorted access.  

Yes. If you hold one of the following identification cards, DD 2, DD 1173, DD 1173-1, DD 2765, DoD Civilian Retiree Card, DoD CAC, NOAA CAC, USCG CAC, or USPHS CAC, you can utilize Trusted Traveler. You will need to be the operator of the vehicle and you may escort as many individuals as can lawfully be seated in your vehicle. NOTE: Foreign visitors CANNOT be escort under Trusted Traveler; they will need to be sponsored onto base through either the Boniface or Richardson Visitor Control Center. Visitors riding in a vehicle with the above listed ID holders may present a state or federally issued identification card along at time of entry. Visitors not riding with an ID holder can obtain a DBIDS Visitor pass from either the Boniface or Richardson Visitor Control Center.
The sponsor will need to complete a "LONG-TERM VISITOR PASS WORKSHEET". If the sponsor is an E-6/GS-06, or below, the Worksheet will need to be endorsed by their Commander or First Sergeant. If the sponsor resides in Privatized Housing, the Aurora Housing Office must endorse the Worksheet, approving your visitor. Visitors are subject to vetting through state and federal criminal databases before issuance of a DBIDS ID card or pass. The 673d Security Forces Squadron is in the process of phasing out the old form, without the Aurora Housing Office signature lines, and starting 1 May 2018, will not accept the " LONG-TERM VISITOR PASS WORKSHEET" without the Aurora Housing Endorsement.
Civilian companies must be sponsored by an on-base agency. The on-base agency's Security Manager will be the point of contact for the company and will be responsible for submitting the company's names to 673d Security Forces Squadron Base Access Office for processing. To contact on-base agencies, please call the Base Operator at 552-1110.
Visitor passes can be issued up to 60 days at the Boniface or Richardson Visitor Control Center. An example of reason would be visitors who have traveled from outside local area; presentation of travel itinerary is preferred.
iSportsman is an automated system designed to help you find out how you can recreate on JBER training lands. For more information on recreating on JBER, please call 552-WILD (9453).

Individuals who do not have DoD ID cards can visit JBER during planned tours conducted by the Public Affairs Office.

Follow this link for tour information.

No, anyone that is debarred from JBER cannot enter the base using Trusted Traveler unless approval from    the 673 Wing Commander has authorized it.
For any non-official event being held on JBER (i.e. wedding, birthday party) the sponsor, or organization representative, will need to complete an Event Worksheet, available at the Base Access Office or on the base SharePoint site (673 SFS/Documents/S5PD/Base Access Forms), to provide access to visitors, 16 years of age or older, that do not normally have access to the installation.  The sponsor will turn the Event Worksheet into the Base Access Office, Bldg 8517 People Center, or email it to 673sfs.identicard@us.af.mil.  Copies of approved Event Worksheets will be posted at entry gates.

Foreign visitors are defined as foreign nationals that are not coming on the installation in an official military capacity but being sponsored by a person affiliated to a DoD agency.

Visitors, accompanied by their sponsor, will request a pass from the Visitor Control Center. The sponsor and foreign visitor will provide a passport and a completed "NON OFFICIAL FOREIGN VISITOR WORKSHEET." Once the completed Worksheet and passport are verified by the VCC technician, a pass for the duration of the visit will be issued. If your Foreign Visitor is from a country on the Designated Country List (DCL), they will require further approval from the 673d Air Base Wing Commander.

Event Worksheets must be completed in their entirety. ALL requested information is required for guests 16 years of age and older; guests 15 years of age and younger are not required to be included on the guest list. All guests on the Event Worksheet will be required to present a state or federally issued photo identification card at time of entry. Foreign Visitors are not authorized to be on the Event Worksheet. They must be vetted by Base Access in person by the sponsor prior to entry, issued a DBIDS pass, and escorted onto the installation at all times. If alcohol will be served at your event, designated drivers need to be identified by marking the far right column of the guest list. NOTE: JBADD and Taxis do not qualify, individuals MUST be identified. Once the worksheet has been processed, any additional guests will need to be sponsored through either the Visitor Control Center.
For a complete listing of the DCL, report to the nearest Visitor Control Center. This list identifies countries that should not be immediately granted access in an unofficial capacity to a federal installation, IAW AFI 31-113, PACAF SUP, para 6.5.5.1. Examples of countries on this list include, but are not limited to: People's Republic of China, Hong Kong, Russia, Ukraine, and Cuba.

Unless the member is an immediate family member (parents, grandparents, siblings and siblings children under 21 years of age), the "NON OFFICIAL FOREIGN VISITOR WORKSHEET" must be submitted to the Base Access Office located in Rm 100, Bldg 8517 for coordination and processing at least 4 weeks prior to the requested base access dates. Once passport and visa information is validated, the Worksheet will be routed to the 673d Air Base Wing Commander for approval of escorted access. Immediate family members on the DCL will be processed IAW Foreign Visitor process, and will only need to report to the VCC for a pass.

NOTE: UNLESS AN EXCEPTION IS GRANTED BY THE 673D AIR BASE WING COMMANDER, NO MEMBER ON THE DCL WILL BE GRANTED UNESCORTED ACCESS TO THE INSTALLATION.

JBER uses the Trusted Traveler program. It is an alternative means of expediting secure base access through the means of authorized personnel presenting their identification only for access of their guest.
Visitors 16 years of age and older will be required to present a valid state or federal issued identification card to receive a DBIDS visitor pass. Visitors are subject to vetting through state and federal criminal databases before issuance of a DBIDS ID card or pass.  If visitors will be driving, they must show a valid driver license, current vehicle registration, and proof of current insurance.

Visitors or guests 15 and younger are not required to obtain a DBIDS visitor pass but they must be in the company of an authorized ID holder and must remain with them at all times while on JBER.
Yes, if visitors will be driving, they will be required to show a valid driver license, current vehicle registration and proof of current insurance.
Registering Weapons

Pick up a AF Form 1314, Weapons Registration, and a DD 2760 (usually printed on the reverse of the AF Form 1314) from Reports & Analysis, Richardson Visitor Control Center, or the Boniface Visitor Control Center.

Complete and sign the AF Form 1314 and DD 2760. Once completed and signed by you, AF Form 1314 must be signed by your Unit Commander or Unit Designee. NOTE: Weapons will not be registered without Unit CC or designee’s, signature.

Bring the completed AF Form 1314 to Reports & Analysis, Richardson VCC, or Boniface VCC for the weapons to be officially registered and you receive a copy of the AF Form 1314 and a weapons card showing your registered weapons.

IF you have any questions, please contact 673 SFS Reports & Analysis at 552-5251.

AF Form 1168, Statement/Witness/Complainant

If you need to make a statement in regard to a derogatory incident that were directly involved in or have witnessed, please contact the 673 Security Forces Law Desk at 907-552-8550.  For your convenience, a copy of the statement form is available on this website so that you can print and input all the required information on the form prior to making contact with the 673 Security Forces.

Minor Traffic Accident Form
If you have been involved in a minor traffic accident, have exchanged information with the other party(ies) involved, and would like to speed up the process of officially reporting the accident to the 673 Security Forces by pre-filling out your information on a Minor Traffic Accident form before the 673 Security Forces arrive on scene, a copy of this form is available on this website for your convenience.
Appealing Driving Suspensions/Revocations and AAFES Revocations

Active Duty & DoD Civilians:
1. Create a memorandum using your unit (i.e. squadron, brigade, company, etc) letterhead and address it to 673 MSG/CC (CD).  If you are not familiar with how to create and format a standard memorandum, please refer to the Tongue and Quill for guidance on standard memorandum formatting.

2. In your memorandum, state what led to initial suspension/revocation of your installation driving privileges or the initial revocation of your AAFES privileges then state why you are requesting reinstatement. If you are requesting limited driving privileges in lieu of full reinstatement, please specifically list all the places you will need to drive to on and off the installation.

3. Create a signature block for you to sign as well as a signature block with indorsements for your unit commander to sign and circle whether he/she concurs/no-concurs.

4. Bring your completed memorandum and all supporting documents into our office so that we can route your request up to the 673 MSG/CC (CD) for review/decision/signature.  We are located in bldg. 8517 Room 100 (the People Center).

5. Once your appeal request is complete, we will contact your unit first sergeant and have him/her send you into our office to pick up your final (signed) approval/denial memorandum.

6. If you have any additional questions about this process, please contact Reports and Analysis at 907-552-5251.

DoD retirees, Dependents, and Non-military Affiliated Civilians:
1. Type or hand write a letter addressing it to the 673 MSG/CC (CD).

2. In your letter state what led to initial suspension/revocation of your installation driving privileges or the initial revocation of your AAFES privileges then state why you are requesting reinstatement.  If you are requesting limited driving privileges in lieu of full reinstatement, please specifically list all the places you will need to drive to on and off the installation.

3. Sign your letter.

4. Bring your completed letter and all supporting documents into our office so that we can route your request up to the 673 MSG/CC (CD) for review/decision/signature or you can mail your letter to us using the following address:  673 SFS/Reports and Analysis; 8517 20th St., Ste. 100; JBER, AK 99506.

5. Once your appeal request is complete, we will mail you your final (signed) approval/denial memorandum via certified mail.

6. If you have any additional questions about this process, please contact Reports and Analysis at 907-552-5251.


Appealing Debarments
  1. Type or hand write a letter addressing it to the 673 ABW/CC.

     

  2. In your letter, state what led to your initial debarment from Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson (JBER) then state why you are requesting reinstatement of access to JBER. 

     

  3. Sign your letter.

     

  4. Mail your completed letter to us using the following address:  673 SFS/Reports and Analysis; 8517 20th St., Ste. 100; JBER, AK 99506.

     

  5. Once your appeal request is complete, we will mail you your final (signed) approval/denial memorandum via certified mail.

673d SFS Leadership

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Commander
Lt. Col. Richard Zeigler

Eric Carlson

Deputy to the Commander
Eric Carlson

 

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   SMSgt Brian Tkacs
SF Manager
CMSgt Quam
   1st Sergeant
SMSgt Tkacs

 

 

 

 

JBER Visitor Control Centers
Boniface Visitor Control Center
(907) 552-5420

Richardson Visitor Control Center
(907) 384-0296
JBER Recreation Visitors
iSportsman is an automated system designed to help you find out how you can recreate on JBER training lands.  For more information on recreating on JBER, please call 552-WILD (9453).
Base Access Forms

Event worksheets

If you are having an event on base with 10 or more guests, 16 years or older, that do not have access to base, complete the appropriate Event Worksheet below and follow the instructions of the worksheet. 

  EVENT WORKSHEET 10-50 GUEST.pdf
  EVENT WORKSHEET 51-100 GUEST.pdf
  EVENT WORKSHEET 100+.pdf

 


Non-Official Foreign Visitor Worksheet

If you are bringing a non-U.S. citizen on base for unofficial reasons, please complete the following worksheet and bring it to the VCC with your guest. Be advised, Non-official Foreign Visitors (NOFV) are not allowed to enter CONTROLLED or RESTRICTED AREAS. 

As of 1 March 2018, the "Foreign Visitor Pass Worksheet" has been updated in compliance with JBER Instruction 31-113, 15 February 2018.

NON-OFFICIAL FOREIGN VISITOR WORKSHEET.pdf


Long Tern Visitor Worksheet