ACCOMMODATIONS. All recruiting stations
should have the following accommodations:
Hot and cold potable water.
A chilled water drinking fountain.
Elevator if office space is above the second
Heating and air conditioning.
Soundproofing in partitions.
Separate toilet facilities for men and women
for spaces of 1,000 square feet and larger.
Signs (a permanent standard armed forces
recruiting exterior sign and a directory board
or directional signs inside the building).
Secure parking for each government vehicle
assigned should be provided within a
four-block radius and, although not leased by
the COE, parking should be available for
privately owned vehicles within the same
SPACE STANDARDS. Each recruiting station
should have a display area, reception and office area,
storage room, and testing room. Additional space
should be allocated for a private ZS office. The DOD
Occupancy Guide, DOD Directive 5160.58, establishes
general policy and prescribes quality standards and
space standards for evaluating, selecting, and
maintaining facilities for full-time and part-time
recruiting stations and ZS offices. You should check
with your LSO for current square foot allowances.
Vehicles are assigned to CNRC activities by a
General Services Administration (GSA) interagency
fleet management center. The activity pays a flat
monthly rental charge plus a charge per mile for use
of the vehicles. The following paragraphs cover
maintenance, inspection, and reporting policies and
Government owned and rented vehicles should be
used for official purposes only according to the
provisions of Management, Acquisition and Use of
Motor Vehicles, DOD Directive 4500.36. Failure to
comply with these provisions constitutes a violation of
subparagraph 638a(c)(2) of Title 31, United States
Code. If this sounds ominous, it can be. A great deal
of responsibility rests on the operator of a government
The term For Official Use Only includes, but is
not limited to, the following:
l Transportation essential to the successful
completion of the DOD function, activity, or
l Transportation of military and civilian
personnel officially participating in public ceremonies,
military field demonstrations, and parades directly
related to official activities. Transportation of other
individuals (for example, hitchhikers, friends, family
members) is prohibited unless the individual
transported can be considered as essential to the
completion of the assigned mission.
l Transportation of prospective military recruits
provided in connection with interviewing, processing,
Vehicle Use Notification Letter
All personnel should be thoroughly briefed on
CNRC and local command requirements during the
NRD check-in. Personnel are then issued a vehicle
use notification letter and are required to acknowledge
its contents by signature. Page 3 of the letter is used
by the vehicle coordinator as a checklist to document
the members qualifications to operate a government
vehicle. A copy of this letter is retained on file at the
A Vehicle Use Log, NAVCRUIT 11240/4, is
maintained for each vehicle. All entries should be
made in ink.
These logs are maintained by each
operator, reviewed by the RINC, and submitted
monthly to the NRD vehicle coordinator.