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HERE TO CONTACT A STUDENT
AVAILABILITY OF TRANSPORTATION
- If driving, the most direct route is by Interstate 44
that runs from St. Louis to Oklahoma City. About halfway between the cities of
Lebanon and Rolla is the St. Robert, Waynesville and Fort Leonard Wood exit
161 and signs marking the route to Post.
- If traveling by air to St. Louis International Airport,
car rental and bus transportation are available. Great Lakes Aviation
operates a flight service between St. Louis and Fort Leonard Wood airport.
Information and assistance for military personnel transportation options are
available at the United Services Organization (USO) in the St. Louis airport
which is open 24 hours a day.
- Greyhound bus has a terminal
just outside of the post in the city of St. Robert
to serve patrons arriving and departing. Taxi service to Fort Leonard
Wood from the St. Louis airport is not
recommended due to cost!
- If arriving at Springfield airport take Interstate 44 to
- On Post, taxis are readily available.
of Fort Leonard Wood can be found here.
NAVY RESERVISTS ON ADT ORDERS
reporting from Navy Reserve Centers MUST have the following documentation
in order to be enrolled and to be PAID:
- Service record with a CURRENT signed page Two.
- A valid military Identification Card.
- Drilling Reservists are authorized to wear the NWU TYPE III during “A” School if issued by the Reserve Center. You
are required to bring a complete seabag (ie, Dress Blue/White Uniforms and
NSU, along with accessories.
- The Navy “A”
School will NOT issue standard seabag items. If questions arise about uniform
matters, call the Navy Detachment at (573) 596-0488.
"A" SCHOOL STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE A COMPLETE SEABAG.
NWU TYPE III ARE NOT AUTHORIZED FOR "A" SCHOOL STUDENTS EXCEPT DRILLING RESERVISTS AS
- WINTER: The winter period runs from the
first Monday in October until the first Monday in April.
- SUMMER: The summer period runs from the
first Monday in April until the first Monday in October.
- All Navy personnel report with, and
maintain, a complete and serviceable seabag, (as prescribed in Navy Uniform
Regulations, NAVPERS 15665D).
- At least one set of Navy PT gear. The uniform for PT is the prescribed official
Navy PT uniform, i.e., blue shorts and gold T-shirt, white socks, and
running shoes. Sweat clothes (highly recommended for winter time) will be the
official issue Navy blue sweatshirt and sweatpants or solid Navy blue.
Workout gloves are also permitted, provided that they are dark or conservative
in color (no neon or eccentric colors or patterns). Navy issue watch caps may
be worn. “Compression” or spandex support shorts may be worn under shorts
provided they are black or Navy blue.
- Students reporting for instruction must meet the Physical Readiness
Program standards IAW OPNAVINST 6110.1 series (body fat). Students failing to
meet this requirement will be dropped from the course.
Uniform articles NOT
Command ball caps
NOTE: Availability of Navy uniform articles is
very limited at the Fort Leonard Wood Post Exchange.
Appearance must meet or exceed
INSTRUCTIONS: Equipment Operator and Engineering Aid "A" School students
report to the Navy Quarterdeck, (573) 596-0131 ext. 6-0230, or the Navy
Military Trainers office, (573)-596-1280 ext. 6-1280 Bldg 1721 for
berthing and check in.
Operator students must report for training with a valid
state drivers license.
prerequisite CANNOT be waived.