Civilian Clothing and Uniform Policy
NSA Bahrain Civilian and PT Clothing Policy
Civilian Attire and Uniforms in the U.S. Naval Central Command Area of Responsibility
Service members and civilian employees arriving in Bahrain - whether on Temporary Assigned Duty, Permanent Change of Station orders or transiting through the area of operations - are expected to conduct themselves in accordance with local and Navy-wide regulations. As ambassadors of the United States, conduct ashore and personal presentation are of paramount concern. Follow the link below to learn more about the civilian clothing policy that is in affect here in this area of responsibility.
U.S. Personnel (service members, DoD civilians, and their dependents) interacting successfully and affably with local populations are an integral part to the successful completion of liberty as a mission and our continued presence as welcome guests in this strategically vital part of the world. At the same time, we must also protect U.S. personnel from ever-present and emerging threats to their safety and security by equipping them with relevant information and response policies that promote awareness, engagement, and intervention.
Liberty Policy for All Hands in the U.S. Naval Central Command Area of Responsibility
Bicycle, In-line Skates, Roller Skates and Scooter Policy
Bicycle, Skates and Scooter Policy
To establish guidelines and promote safety of bicycles, in-line skates, roller skates, and scooters aboard U.S. Naval Support Activity Bahrain. This policy applies to to all military, Department of Defense civilian personnel, tenant commands and sponsored dependents operating a bicycle on or off NSA Bahrain.
Space Available Travel Within this Area of Operations
The link below outlines policies and procedures for personnel who want to use AMC transportation to and from this area of operation. (Instruction Under Review)