The Daleville Gate is open 24/7. The Daleville Visitor Control Center is open 8 a.m. - 4 p.m., Mondays through Sundays.
Daleville Visitor Control Center: (334) 255-0797
The Enterprise Gate is open 24/7. There is no Visitor Control Center at the Enterprise Gate. Unless escorted by an ID card holder, visitors with a pass must first obtain a pass from either the Daleville or Ozark VCC during their hours of operations.
The Ozark Gate is open 24/7. The Ozark Visitor Control Center is open 8 a.m. - 4 p.m., Mondays through Fridays; the VCC is closed on weekends and federal holidays.
Ozark Visitor Control Center: (334) 255-0798
The Faulkner Gate is open 4:30 a.m. - 8:30 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. The Faulkner Gate is closed on weekends, DONSAs and federal holidays.
The Newton Gate is open 4:30-6:30 a.m., Monday through Friday, and 1-3 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. The Newton Gate is closed on weekends, DONSAs and federal holidays.
Visitor Access Cards
When accessing Fort Novosel, visitors must present a visitor access card or a valid DOD-issued picture identification card. Visitors will need a valid government-issued picture identification, such as a driver's license, state-issued ID, or passport to obtain a visitor access card.
Visitors can either apply at the Visitor Control Center to obtain a pass, or request a visitor pass through the Automated Installation Entry online pre-registration process at pass.aie.army.mil .
Using the online process, passes cannot be requested more than 14 days prior, or less than five days prior to the anticipated date of visit. Potential visitors should access the site, then select Army, Fort Novosel, and follow the instructions on the website.
Within five days of completing the online application process, the applicant will receive a text message reflecting that access to Fort Novosel is granted or denied. If granted, the applicant’s driver’s license is the visitor pass and may be presented at any operational gate for entry onto the installation. If the applicant is denied, the text message will include an e-mail address for the applicant to ask questions or get clarification.
By requesting a visitor pass individuals 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, and ensures Fort Novosel is in compliance with Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12.
For more information, call 334-255-0607.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Yes. Visit https://pass.aie.army.mil to apply. Using the online process, passes must be requested between 5-14 days prior to the anticipated date of visit.
It is not a requirement, but the visitor center can also issue a backup paper pass to be used if the driver's license cannot be electronically verified.
People can reach the automated Fort Novosel post information line at (334) 255-1110.
People can call (334) 255-0607 during normal business hours with questions regarding installation access. To reach the Daleville Visitor Control Center, call (334) 255-0797. To reach the Ozark Visitor Control Center, call (334) 255-0798.
The Daleville Visitor Control Center (334-255-0798) is open 8 a.m. – 4 pm., Monday through Sunday. The Ozark Visitor Control Center (334-255-0798) is open 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Yes, all personnel 18 and older will have to show identification. Visitors under the age of 18 who do not possess a valid REAL ID-compliant driver’s license or state-issued photo ID card may be vouched for by an adult who has been cleared to enter the installation.
When a family member’s DoD-issued ID card is scanned for the first time by a DA security guard, it will automatically register into the AIE system. A visiting family member without a DoD-issued ID card can be sponsored and receive a visitor pass by completing Fort Novosel Form 2747-R-E, Request for a Fort Novosel Visitor Pass (Sponsored).
Forms of identification needed are a valid government-issued picture identification, such as a valid driver’s license, state-issued ID or passport.
A visitor pass can be issued anywhere from a single day to one year depending on the purpose for the visit *and* if the visitor is sponsored or not.
- Visitor Pass (valid for up to 30 days): Unsponsored visitors without supporting documentation and based on the purpose of the visit (e.g. visit museum, attend special event, make a delivery, etc.)
- Visitor Pass (valid for up to six months): Unsponsored visitors with supporting documentation (e.g. Silver Wings Golf Course membership card, Fort Novosel Skeet Range membership card, hunter or angler with valid state and Fort Novosel permits, etc.)
- Visitor Pass (valid for up to one year): Sponsored visitors with a completed Request for a Fort Novosel Visitor Pass (Sponsored) (Fort Novosel Form 2747-R-E); the sponsor must obtain their commander’s (battalion level or higher) or director’s (GS-13 or higher) certification on Fort Novosel Form 2747-R-E for it to be considered completed.
DOD ID cardholders (except contractors) assigned to Fort Novosel can sponsor guests, friends, volunteers, etc., by completing Fort Novosel Form 2747-R-E, Request for a Fort Novosel Visitor Pass (Sponsored). Sponsors must obtain certification from their commander (battalion level or higher) or director (GS-13 or higher) on Fort Novosel Form 2747-R-E for it to be complete. Applicants who obtain sponsorship may be eligible for a visitor pass for up to one year.
In addition to assisting the visitor with the completion of Fort Novosel Form 2747-R-E, the sponsor is merely certifying that a visitor has a justified requirement for access to the installation for the requested length of the pass (up to one year).
People who are not cleared and denied access will be given a denial access waiver packet to be completed and returned to the VCC. The denial waiver committee will review the packet and determine suitability for access to the installation.
- The NCIC-III contains criminal arrest information about the individual that causes the Installation Commander to determine that individual presents a potential threat to the good order, discipline or health and safety on the installation.
- The installation is unable to verify the individual’s claimed identify based on the reasonable belief that the individual has submitted fraudulent information concerning his or her identity in the attempt to gain access.
- The individual has a current arrest warrant in NCIC, regardless of the offense or violation.
- The individual is currently barred from entry or access to a federal installation or facility.
- The individual has been convicted of crimes encompassing sexual assault, armed robbery, rape, child molestation, production or possession of child pornography, trafficking in humans, drug possession with the intent to sell or drug distribution.
- The individual has a US conviction for espionage, sabotage, treason, terrorism, or murder.
- The individual is a registered sex offender
- The individual has a felony conviction within the past 10 years, regardless of the offense or violation.
- The individual has been convicted of a felony firearms or explosives violation.
- The individual has engaged in acts or activities designed to overthrow the U.S. Government by force.
- The individual is identified in the terrorist Screening Database (TSDB) as known to be or suspect of being a terrorist or belonging to an organization with known links to terrorism or support of terrorist activity.
Yes. The sponsor will have to complete Fort Novosel Form 2747-R-E certified by their commander (battalion level or higher) / director (GS-13 or higher). Once the form is completed, the sponsored individual will take it to either the Daleville or Ozark VCC for further processing and issuance of pass, providing all parameters are met to receive a visitor pass.
You may use a valid, unexpired, government-issued passport for identify proofing and to complete the required vetting (foreign passports must be accompanied by a valid visa permit); however, if you are driving, you must be prepared to provide a valid driver’s license, registration and proof of insurance.
No. Retirees cannot use their retiree ID card to gain access to military installations while working in this capacity. The purpose of the retiree ID card is to allow access to military installations to utilize retiree benefits. Retirees accessing the installation to perform work in the capacity of a contractor, vendor, delivery driver, or taxi service must present an ID or pass specific for that purpose.
No. Soldiers, Family Members, or DACs cannot use their DoD ID card to gain access to military installations while working in this capacity. Soldiers, Family Members, or DACs accessing the installation to perform work in the capacity of a contractor, vendor, delivery driver, or taxi service must present an ID or pass specific for that purpose.
All riders entering Fort Novosel must be properly licensed and wear the required Personal Protective Equipment to operate a motorcycle on post. PPE consists of Department of Transportation approved Helmet, eye protection, foot protection, long sleeve shirt or jacket, long pants, full fingered gloves/mittens. Soldiers who ride motorcycles must attend a motorcycle safety course and obtain a motorcycle safety foundation card.
Individuals who use or store firearms on post must register them at the MP Station, Bldg 5001. Weapons registrations must be updated every five years. Weapons may be stored in Family housing, BOQ or BEQ, or places of storage at designated firing ranges or hunting areas. Concealed weapons carried on individuals, routinely transported in vehicles, or stored in vehicles are prohibited.