Monday - Friday
Process applications for official or diplomatic passports and visas required for the official government travel of Service Members, DOD civilians, and authorized/eligible Family Members. Contact the passport section for further information and an appointment.
Form DS-11 (Filled out at the Passport Office) FORM CANNOT BE HAND WRITTEN
Provide proof of citizenship. Acceptable forms of US Citizenship are:
A state issued birth certificate with a raised seal
A US Passport (Can be expired in not more than 15 years
A Birth abroad certificate
A form of identification (dependent ID or CAC cards)
Social Security Cards (Needed for dependent children)
Two Passports photos (Taken at the passport office)
Orders needed at the time of pickup but are not required to apply
NEED TO KNOW INFORMATION
All applicants must appear in person
It takes approximately 6 to 8 weeks to get passports back from the State department, and extra 2 weeks may be required if a visa is needed
Proof of citizenship will be submitted with the application and will be returned when the passport is issued
You must be in civilian attire or have a civilian shirt with you on the day of your appointment. Photos cannot be taken in a uniform
Active duty members on orders do not require official passports if you are on orders to Germany or Korea. Only dependents require the no-fee passports
DO NOT APPLY FOR PASSPORTS AT A POST OFFICE. NO-FEE PASSPORTS CAN BE APPLIED FOR AT A MILITARY INSTALLATION THAT HAS A PASSPORT AGENT.
0730 – 1630
(757) 878-3648/ (757) 878-6948
Mobilize and Demobilize National Guard and Reserve Soldiers; process Permanent and Temporary Disability Retirements (Guard and Reserve); prepare TCS Orders; Coordinate and conduct SRPs, Publish TCS Orders, Request HHG funding
The Personnel Automation Branch manages the eMILPO database which provides the US Army with a reliable, timely, and efficient mechanism for performing personnel actions and managing strength accountability.
PAS Chief - (757) 878-5815
eMILPO & ISM - (757) 878-3017
IT/Webpage - (757) 878-2095
Installation Voting Assistance Officer aids in ensuring that Soldiers/Citizens understand their voting rights, the registration process, and voting as an absentee while assigned to Forts Eustis/Story.
Information may be obtained at: