If you have orders to the staff of Commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet (COMPACFLT), congratulations and welcome aboard! Your tour with the U.S. Pacific Fleet will prove to be one of the most challenging and rewarding in your military career.
Our sponsorship program is designed to make your move to Hawaii as convenient and stress-free as possible. Your sponsor will meet you at the airport, take you to your barracks or hotel, and show you around over the first several days.
If you have orders and have not been contacted by a sponsor, please call our sponsorship coordinator at (808) 474-6616 or DSN 474-6616.
COMPACFLT Headquarters is located on Makalapa Compound, adjacent to the main portion of Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.
From the airport or Waikiki:
Street address: 250 Makalapa Dr., Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, 96860
Upon arrival, your first stop in the check-in process should be with the staff’s Pass Liaison Representative (PLR). The PLR is located in Building 16, on top of the hill to your left (behind Building 250).
When checking in, please bring the following to expedite the check-in process:
PLR office hours are Monday through Friday from 0730 to 1630. If you arrive on the weekend or a holiday you may check in with the command duty officer (CDO) in Building 352 to have your orders endorsed; however, you will require an escort. Your sponsor should be able to assist you. The CDO number is (808) 471-3201.
You may also email the PLR for check-in and administrative related issues.
Common Access Cards (CACs) are issued at the Moanalua Navy Service Center. Appointments are strongly recommended, because the waiting time for walk-ins can be up to two hours. Call (808) 471-2405 for more information.
In addition to your CAC, many COMPACFLT facilities require a base-issued security badge. Please ask your sponsor whether you will need a badge. For more information about access to restricted areas, call (808) 471-4801.
Visit the Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Getting Here page for relevant information, points of contact, and links to help with your transition to Oahu.
Page updated: June 12, 2015