All personnel who are requesting unescorted access to Fort Moore and not in possession of a DOD ID card, Federal PIV or an installation AIE pass/AIE card will undergo a National Crime Information Center Interstate Identification Index (NCIC-III) background check. This check involves verifying the individual's identity and checking their criminal history against the Army Fitness Adjudication Standards. Those with derogatory information related to the Army Fitness Adjudication Standards will be denied unescorted access to the installation.

Be aware that all individuals 18 years and older in the vehicle are required to have a background check and pass before being allowed unescorted access to the installation.

Pass Request at Visitor Control Centers: To request an access pass to post, you can go to one of two Visitor Control Centers.

  1. The Lindsey Creek Visitor Control Center (VCC) is open 24 hours a day to include holidays.
  2. The Contractor Visitor Control Center (CVCC) is located on 8th Division Road in Harmony Church and is open Monday to Friday 6 am to 2 pm. The CVCC is closed nights, weekends and holidays.

If you go to one of the Visitor Control Centers, the process will take approximately 5-8 minutes per person, so please allow for extra time when making travel plans.

By requesting a pass, you are agreeing to a background check, which uses the National Crime Information Center Interstate Identification Index (NCIC-III), a Federal Bureau of Investigation database that provides criminal histories from all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

By requesting a pass, you are agreeing to a background check, which uses the National Crime Information Center Interstate Identification Index (NCIC-III), a Federal Bureau of Investigation database that provides criminal histories from all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Be aware that all individuals 18 and older in the vehicle are required to have a background check and pass before being allowed to unescorted access to the installation.

Pass Request using online pre-registration:

  • Visit Here
    (Microsoft Edge, Firefox, Google Chrome, and Safari browser recommended). Internet explorer may be outdated on your PC.
  • Complete all pre-registration requirements on the secure site, being sure to select “Reason for Visit” This process takes less than two minutes. If other installations are shown, please ensure you select the correct installation..
  • Applicants should receive an SMS (text message) within minutes (and no later than 24 hours later) with notification on whether the request for a Fort Moore Pass is approved.

Special Events may have online pre-registration links specific to that event. If you are coming for an event, it is recommended you use the Special Event Link and/or code for that event.

Those with approved passes will be able to pick up their pass at the Lindsey Creek Visitor Control Center kiosk (open 24 hours) or the Contractor Visitor Control Center kiosk located on 8th Division Road at Harmony Church (open Monday to Friday 6 am to 2 pm). You will need the DL/ID that you used during pre-registration. Pass will not be available for pick up until the start date requested. Some Special Events may direct you to a specific gate for initial entry to the post.

Please see the YouTube video on the right showing the kiosk process to retrieve your pass at a Visitor Control Center.

Real ID Act

*NO STATES ARE SUBJECT TO REAL ID ENFORCEMENT AT THIS TIME OR FOR THE FORSEEABLE FUTURE. DoD will accept standard State-issued driver's licenses and identification cards from all U.S. States and territories as proof of identity. DoD will not turn anyone away for having "a non-REAL ID-compliant driver's license."

CARDS NOT VALID FOR FEDERAL PURPOSES

* State-issued driver's licenses and identification cards marked "Not Valid for Federal Purposes", "Federal Limits May Apply", or other similar language may not be accepted by DoD.

A section of the National Defense Authorization Act FY2020 expanded some on-post shopping and recreational activities for certain veterans and their caregivers, survivors and next of kin who have a new, Veteran Health Identification Card, issued  by the Veterans Administration. The VHIC, along with other government-issued, approved identification, can also now allow people access to military installations.

Affected personnel categories are:

  • Veterans with service-related disabilities
  • Caregivers of Veterans with service-related disabilities
  • Certain surviving spouses
  • Purple Heart recipients
  • Medal of Honor recipients
  • Former prisoners of war

Veterans and primary family caregivers who are eligible for expanded access to Commissary, Exchange and DFMWR facilities and have a Veterans Health Identification Card (VHIC) must first visit one of the Fort Moore Visitor Control Centers for a background check and VHIC registration. The Visitor Control Center is located at Lindsey Creek Parkway, and open 24 hours. The Contractor Visitor Control Center is located on 8th Division Rd and open Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. After a favorable vetting, the VHIC will be registered for continuous vetting through Fort Moore's Access Control Points. The VHIC will then serve as a valid form of ID to access to the installation and remain valid for a year. VHIC’s may be renewed in the AIE system annually at either of the Visitor Control Centers or the Contractor Badge Office.

VHIC card holders do not have Trusted Traveler status and cannot use a SELF-SCAN lane.

The program allows a uniformed Service member or government employee with a valid DOD CAC, a military retiree (with a valid DOD ID credential), or an adult dependent 18 years or older (with a valid DOD ID credential) to present their ID credential for access to the installation while simultaneously vouching for any vehicle occupants during authorized Trusted Traveler hours.

Persons identified as Trusted Travelers are responsible for the actions of all occupants for whom they sponsor and must be physically with them while on the installation.

The Trusted Traveler Program applies to the outermost perimeter of the installation. It does not apply to accessing facilities or areas inside the installation.

DOD contractors in possession of a CAC, in accordance with AR 190-13 paragraph 8-4, although authorized unescorted access, are not authorized Trusted Traveler privileges.

Trusted Travelers cannot vouch for persons with foreign passports or ID cards.

Trusted Travelers are authorized to use any lane to include SELF SCAN lanes.

Fort Moore Trusted Traveler hours are 0500 (5 am) to 2200 (10 pm).

GATES

See below for Access Control Points hours of operation.

 

ACP 1: Camp Merrill

Dahlonega, Georgia. Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

ACP 2: Legacy Way

6 a.m. to 9 p.m., seven days a week.

ACP 3: I-185 Lindsey Creek Parkway

Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

 

Visitor Control Center: Lindsey Creek

Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

 

ACP 5A: Custer Road

Access from Route 27 into Sand Hill and Patton Village. Open 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Closed weekends, federal holidays.

 

ACP 7: 8th Division/Harmony Church

Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

ACP 7T: 8th Division/Harmony Church Truck Stop

Open 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. seven days a week.

ACP 8: Childers, Eddy Bridge

Access leading to Lawson Army Airfield. Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

ACP 9 Buena Vista Rd.

Outgoing Only 24/7

Contractor Badge Office

The Contractor Badge Office serves as the Access Control Operations hub for the 100% NCIC-III vetting of visitors and enforces all directives, regulations, policies and laws related to Homeland Security Presidential Directive -12 (HSPD-12)

FMWR REC PASS REQUEST INFORMATION
1. To request a FMWR REC INSTALLATION ACCESS PASS please follow the link provided below.
2. By requesting a pass, you are agreeing to a background check, which uses the National Crime Information Center Interstate Identification Index (NCIC-III), a Federal Bureau of Investigation database that provides criminal histories from all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
3. Be aware that all individuals 18 years and older are required to pass a favorable background check and be issued a pass before being allowed unescorted access to the installation.
4. Multiple pass requests may be made using this same link. Only U.S. Citizens may use the process.
• Visit
https://pass.aie.army.mil/?b=usa&i=moore&e=ZVS1MQ4R
(Microsoft Edge, Firefox, Google Chrome, and Safari browser recommended). EVENT CODE: ZVS1MQ4R (if needed)
• Complete all pre-registration requirements on the secure site, this process may be done on a computer, tablet or mobile phone. During processing applicants will be notified by mobile phone. No land line notification is possible.
• Applicants should receive an SMS (text message) or email (no later than 24 hours later) with notification on whether the FMWR REC INSTALLATION ACCESS PASS is approved.
• Those with approved passes will be able to pick up their pass at the Lindsey Creek Visitor Control Center kiosk (open 24 hours) or the Contractor Visitor Control Center kiosk located on 8thDivision Road at Harmony Church (open Monday to Friday 6 am to 2 pm). You will need the DL/ID that you used during pre-registration. Pass will allow use of FMWR Golf Course, Bowling Center, Food Beverage & Entertainment Areas, Outdoor Recreation Areas & other designated Recreation Areas

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