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Guest Quarters > Unaccompanied Housing > C-School Lodging > Camping

UNACCOMPANIED PERSONNEL HOUSING

CDCThe Barracks Management Section of TRACEN Cape May's Support Services Division is directly responsible for the administration, material condition, and good order and discipline in the barracks. The Chief Master-At-Arms (CMAA), Duty Master-At-Arms (DMAA), and Barracks are responsible to the Support Services Branch Chief to ensure the barracks are operated in accordance with the regulations set forth in: TRACNCMINSTM5300.1M.

The UPH consist of 73 permanent party rooms, 7 transient rooms, and 5 duty rooms, 1 VIP room. The net-living area of the average permanent party berthing room, excluding the private bathroom, is about 320 square feet. Each room is provided with a separate three-fixture bathroom that includes toilet, shower, and sink. The basic furnishings provided for each member are a bed, nightstand, locker, desk, wastebasket, lamp, and a desk chair. Each room contains a micro-fridge (combination compact refrigerator with microwave) for use by all occupants assigned to the room.  Basic bed linens will be issued to personnel upon check-in. Permanent party personnel in pay grades E-4 and above will be assigned a private room. Permanent party personnel E-3 and below will be assigned two persons to a room.

Enlisted personnel assigned TAD (E-9 and below) to the Cape May area may utilize TRACEN’s UPH transient berthing facilities. Reservations for UPH facilities can be made by calling the CMAA at (609) 898-6220.

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