Details for completing the form are contained within the form.Completing an appeal form does not guarantee any person access to Fort Sill.This background check is required for all visitors to the installation ages 18 and above who want unescorted access to post.
Do not transmit the completed forms via unencrypted emails.Do not give the completed forms to a third party to transmit to the VCC.Only after the form is received and the merits of the document considered will a determination be made.After that determination is made, the requestor of the appeal will be notified as to its outcome.Please note below that there are two different forms – one for contractors of civilian companies located at and supporting Fort Sill missions (Fort Sill Form 118), and another for post visitors (Fort Sill Form 118a).
Exceptions to this requirement include: When you have completed your application for a pass, mail or hand carry it to the VCC, T6701 Sheridan Road, Fort Sill, OK 73503. NOTE: Because they are subjected to a background check, some requests for access will be rejected.
Homeland Security Presidential Directive #12 directs the Department of Defense to use the National Crime Information Center Interstate Identification Index (NCIC-III) to vet personnel entering the installation that do not possess a U. Government Common Access Card (CAC), Automated Installation Entry (AIE) card issued by Fort Benning Department of Emergency Services and/or Uniformed Services Identification (ID) Card. 17, 2015, Fort Sill will vet all visitors and uncleared contractors requesting entry that do not possess a U. Government Common Access Card (CAC), Uniformed Services Identification (military ID) card or other Do D-approved identification.
Visitors will need to go to the Visitor Control Center (VCC) located outside Bentley Gate on Sheridan Avenue for a background check and a visitor’s pass.
For your protection, you can download and print the Department of Defense Privacy Act Data Cover Sheet, DD Form 2923.
By submitting your form, you agree to a background check, which uses the National Crime Information Center Interstate Identification Index, a Federal Bureau of Investigation database that provides criminal histories from all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
must go through the VCC for a pass card that will allow them unescorted access to Fort Sill.