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Q. Do I need to bring a complete Army Dress Uniform?
A. Yes (ASU's or Class A's).
  
Q. Do I need a rental car?
A. The RNCOA will not authorize rental cars, your unit must authorize and pay for rental cars.
  
Q. Will I get a hotel room while in ALC?
A. No, ALC has an adequate amount of barracks space, linen is available, however you may bring your own linen.
  
Q. Will I get a hotel room while in SLC?
A. Its possible that you will live in a hotel off-post until on post lodging is made available.
  
Q. Do I need an over 40 physical if I'm over 40?
A. Periodic Health Assessment is acceptable in lieu of.
  
Q. Will I have transportation from the local airport?
A. No, Taxis are available (ensure you use a Fort Gordon Taxi).
  
Q. Do I need to complete Phase 1 prior to reporting to ALC?
A. No, you are only required to have PLDC / WLC.
  
Q. Will I be scheduled for Phase 1 during or after completion of the course?
A. Phase 1 will be scheduled by your unit schools NCO.
  
Q. Are waivers allowed for the Army Height / Weight Standards?
A. No, all students are required to meet the standards IAW AR 600-9. If you fail to meet AR 600-9 by the time of your graduation, you will receive a (Failed to Achieve Course Standards 1059).
  
Q. Where do I report?
A. During Duty Hours:
ALC- BLDG 24410
SLC - BLDG 24403 (Look for the building with the Senior Leaders Course sign in the front.)
After duty hours ALC and SLC will report to BLDG# 24402 (The RNCOA HQs) at the corner of Lane Ave and 25th St.
   
Q. What documents are required for ALC / SLC?
A. Click on the "In-processing Info" link.
  
Q. Who is responsible for adding my DA 1059 to my OMPF?
A. ALC / SLC will forward all 1059s to HRC. We highly advise that all Soldiers check to verify it was accepted. If it was not, contact ALC/SLC for further guidance.

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