Security Clearance

Station 1

At this station you will:

Do I require a security clearance for this mobilization?

You must contact your unit S2, Unit Security Manager or Unit Security Office to find out.

If your S2 says "Yes" and you need a new clearance, complete the SF86.

Personnel

Station 2

At this station you will:

  • Update your DD 93 and SGLV
  • Renew or reset ID Cards (if needed)
  • Receive ID Tags (if needed)

What if my CAC was stolen or lost?

Fill out a MPD Form 506-E.

Make sure the 506-E is signed by an E-6 or above.

Bring 2 unexpired forms of ID: One must be state or government-issued photo ID. Acceptable examples Include driver's license, passport, or Social Security card.

What if I need to enroll my child in DEERS?

To enroll a step child bring

  • the original or certified copy of the marriage certificate
  • the child's original birth certificate
  • the child's social security card

To enroll your child bring

  • The child's birth certificate
  • The child's social security card

What if I need to enroll my parent in DEERS?


  • Once completed,send the DD Form 137-3 to the Defense Finance and Accounting Service; either by mail, fax, or electronically. If approved, DFAS will send you back a Determination Letter and a DD Form 1172-2.


  • Bring those two forms in addition to the parent's birth certificate, photo ID and social security card (If a US Citizen). We have to show the connection between parent and child so we also need the birth certificate of the child (Who is now the sponsor) of the parents we are enrolling. (Don't forget to bring your parents.)

What if I need to enroll my spouse in DEERS?

Bring these items with you to Mower:

a.Marriage certificate

b.Spouse’s birth certificate

c.Spouse’s Social Security card

d.Spouse’s photo ID

What if I need to enroll a Dependent Ward in DEERS?

Bring these items with you to Mower:

a. Letter from DFAS letter of approval

b. Court document placing the child in the member's household for one year or more

c. Birth certificate

d. Social Security card

Enrolling Children Born out of Wedlock

Processes for enrolling children born out of wedlock are different for Male and Female Soldiers.


Child Born out of Wedlock (Female Sponsors) bring:

a. Birth certificate

b. Social Security card


Child Born out of Wedlock (Male Sponsors) bring:

a. Birth certificate

b. Social Security card

c. Court order establishing paternity or a State Voluntary Acknowledgement of Paternity form

Enrolling children over 21 with Full Time Student Status

Bring

  • Letter from the school's registrar's office stating they are enrolled full time in an accredited college in pursuit of an Associate's Degree or higher to have benefits extended to age 23
  • Two forms of ID cards.


Enrolling TRICARE Young Adults (ages 21-26)

  • Student cannot be married or eligible for employer-sponsored health insurance
  • Once enrolled in TRICARE Young Adult, you are eligible for an ID card.
  • Must have two valid forms of ID and proof of enrollment in TRICARE Young Adult
  • Note: All documents must be translated in English, original or certified.

STATION 2 CHECKLIST

Names, physical addresses, and phone numbers for ALL family members (spouse, children, father, mother, brother, sister)

Your Individual Mobilization Orders

Have this information for your ID tags:

Your DoD ID Number (on CAC or in AKO)

Your Blood Type

Your Religious Preference

Update your SGLV 8286 online HERE (CAC Login Required)

Need help with your SGLV? Watch the YouTube Video or download the Step-by-Step Guide!

Medical

Station 3

At this station you will:

  • Receive a medical threat brief & health benefits brief
  • Receive a hearing brief & be supplied hearing protection
  • Receive medical evaluation and records review
  • Receive updated vision and hearing screenings
  • Receive deployment-required immunizations

Hearing

If you have a hearing profile or a change in your hearing, please click HERE to find out what documentation you need to bring with you to SRP.

If you need a hearing aid, you must bring a 6-month supply of spare batteries.

Filling exsisting prescriptions before deployment

See this TRICARE BOOKLET for information on filling prescriptions before deployment.

If you currently take prescription medications, please complete THIS FORM and bring 2 copies of it with you to SRP.

What if I have a chronic condition?

If you have a chronic condition, you must bring relevant documentation to SRP.

Examples of chronic conditions include:

  • Asthma
  • Tuberculosis
  • High blood pressure
  • Recent surgeries
  • Sleep apnea
  • Psychiatric disorders
  • Traumatic brain injury


If you wear glasses

If you wear glasses, you must bring:

  • 2 pairs of glasses
  • One pair of eye-protection inserts
  • One pair of protective mask inserts

to complete SRP.

STATION 3 CHECKLIST

Complete a Pre-Deployment Health Assessment (CAC Login Required)

Complete the Pharmacy Deployment Rx Form (Do not complete the physician portion)

Bring the following:

 

Legal

Station 4

At this station you will:

  • Receive wills and powers of attorney (if needed)
  • Receive a Service Members Civil Relief Act Brief
  • Receive the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Act Brief

For more information, please visit the Legal Assistance Office page.

STATION 4 CHECKLIST

You will be appointing a beneficiary. In order to make sure that beneficiary is properly documented, you must provide:

  • Their full name and address
  • Their social security number
  • If your beneficiary is a minor, you must provide their birth certficate

If you are making a Power of Attorney for something specific (i.e. a car or home) you must provide documentation. Examples include:

  • VINs for vehicle
  • Address of home
  • Bank account numbers

Finance

Station 5

At this station, you will:

  • Submit your mobilization orders and ammendments
  • Update marriage, divorce, and birth certificates
  • Update your proof of support (for non-custodial parents)

STATION 5 CHECKLIST

Complete leave documents if requesting leave to be carried forward from previous tour

Update your DA 5960 Basic Allowance for Housing

Army Community Service

Station 6

At this station you will:

  • Receive financial counseling
  • Apply for Army Emergency Relief (if needed)
  • Enroll a family member in EFMP (if needed)

What is Army Emergency Relief?

AER provides Soldiers and their Families assistance for a wide variety of financial situations with no interest or fees. Click HERE to learn more.

What is EFMP?

Exceptional Family Member Program. Click HERE to learn more.

STATION 6 CHECKLIST

There are no required documents for Station 6.

Dental

Station 7

At this station you will:

  • Receive a dental readiness screening

STATION 7 CHECKLIST

There are no required documents for Station 7.

Religious Services

Station 8

At this station you will:

  • Receive information on religious and personal counseling services
  • Complete a Pre-Deployment Behavioral Health Screening

 

 

 

Need more help or have questions? Contact us!

Mower Processing Center

Phone:
(912) 767-7081
Location:

Bldg 208

614 Harmon Avenue

Fort Stewart, GA 31314

Hours of Operation:

Monday through Friday

7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Notice:

Additional Phone Numbers:

(912) 767-7117/4775

 

Directly behind the Marne Reception Center