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Q. Do I need to bring a complete Army Dress Uniform?
A. Yes (ASU's or Class A's).
  
Q. Do I need a rental car?
A. The RNCOA will not authorize rental cars, your unit must authorize and pay for rental cars.
  
Q. Will I get a hotel room while in ALC?
A. No, ALC has an adequate amount of barracks space, linen is available, however you may bring your own linen.
  
Q. Will I get a hotel room while in SLC?
A. Its possible that you will live in a hotel off-post until on post lodging is made available.
  
Q. Do I need an over 40 physical if I'm over 40?
A. Periodic Health Assessment is acceptable in lieu of.
  
Q. Will I have transportation from the local airport?
A. No, Taxis are available (ensure you use a Fort Gordon Taxi).
  
Q. Do I need to complete Phase 1 prior to reporting to ALC?
A. No, you are only required to have PLDC / WLC.
  
Q. Will I be scheduled for Phase 1 during or after completion of the course?
A. Phase 1 will be scheduled by your unit schools NCO.
  
Q. Are waivers allowed for the Army Height / Weight Standards?
A. No, all students are required to meet the standards IAW AR 600-9. If you fail to meet AR 600-9 by the time of your graduation, you will receive a (Failed to Achieve Course Standards 1059).
  
Q. Where do I report?
A. During Duty Hours:
ALC- BLDG 24410
SLC - BLDG 24403 (Look for the building with the Senior Leaders Course sign in the front.)
After duty hours ALC and SLC will report to BLDG# 24402 (The RNCOA HQs) at the corner of Lane Ave and 25th St.
   
Q. What documents are required for ALC / SLC?
A. Click on the "In-processing Info" link.
  
Q. Who is responsible for adding my DA 1059 to my OMPF?
A. ALC / SLC will forward all 1059s to HRC. We highly advise that all Soldiers check to verify it was accepted. If it was not, contact ALC/SLC for further guidance.

History History
  Camp Gordon, named for Confederate Lieutenant General John Brown Gordon, was activated for infantry and armor training during World War II. During the war, its 55,000 acres...
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Coming & Going Coming & Going
Arriving All personnel arriving at Fort Gordon as permanent party should report to the Soldier Service Center, Darling Hall, Building 33720, on the corner of Chamberlain Avenue and Kilbourne Street....
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Signal Units Signal Units
Support for the command and control of combined arms forces. Signal support includes Network Operations (information assurance, information dissemination...
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The Signal

- By Bob Reinert USAG Natick Public Affairs [img_assist|nid=14516|title=|desc=Rachel Terveer measures a Soldier’s forward reach extension as...
- By Sgt. 1st Class Kelly Jo Bridgwater Fort Gordon Public Affairs Office Months of hard work, sweat and infinite hours of training paid off for...
- By Laura Levering Fort Gordon Public Affairs Office Installation stakeholders participated in a workshop that will be instrumental in further...
- By Bonnie Heater Fort Gordon Public Affairs Office Setting the stage for what Fort Gordon officials hope will be a bus route from the...
- By Laura Levering Fort Gordon Public Affairs Office Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center will host its first Retirees and Newcomers Fall...
- The U.S. Army Garrison will conduct a change of responsibility for Command Sgt. Maj. Kenneth Stockton Monday at 10 a.m. at Darling Hall. FG_AUTHORS: Anonymous...
- H.O.P.E. Park is having an Adventure Mud Run Saturday. The Mud Run is a 5K, 20+ obstacle course at the future home of H.O.P.E. Park. Run, walk, or crawl to the finish line for the SpoOktober Festival...
- The Greater Augusta – Fort Gordon Chapter of The Association of the United States Army invites you to “Breakfast & Briefings” Tuesday, from 7:30 until 9 a.m. at the Gordon Club...