Retired Activities Office
Subic Bay, Philppines
RAO Subic Bay is an Independent Retired Activities Coordination Office which provides vital services to U.S. military retirees living in this area, remote from any Military installation.
Authorization & Support
The RAO is authorized by SECNAVINST 5420.169J and OPNAVINST 1720.3F to tailor its services to the needs of the local retired community, and bears full responsibility for financing its operation and maintenance costs. The RAO receives the same DoD support offered to any retiree or patriotic organization.
Corrections, Additions & Deletions
This informal and unofficial information was prepared by members of the RAO who are also members of the VFW, FRA and American Legion. If you note any errors, want to contribute, or would like to see something revised, added or deleted, please pass your comments to RAO Voice or call/email the RAO Director at the address listed below.
HOURS OF DIRECTOR
|0900 to 1500 Monday through Friday|
|Closed on US and Philippine Holidays|
|Jack Walker||OR: PSC 517 Box 5000R|
|USMC (Ret.)||FPO AP 96517|
|Director||Phone: [+63] 47-222-2314|
|P.O. Box 075||Fax: [+63] 47-222-2899|
|Olongapo City, 2200 Philippines||Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
US ARMY RECRUITING VISIT
On March 25 (Monday) and March 26 (Tuesday) Subic RAO at #34 National Highway, Barrio Barretto, Olongapo CityVIETNAM VETERANS DAY COMMEMORATION CEREMONY
March 29, 2019 (Friday) 1100-1300 at Arizona Resort Barrio Baretto.
You MUST REGISTER so we can budget for refreshments
June 21, 2019 (Friday)
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|New Year's||U.S./PHL||Wed, Jan 1|
|M. L. King Jr.||U.S.||Mon, Jan 21|
|Chinese New Year||PHL||Tue, Feb. 5|
|Presidents Day||U.S.||Mon, Feb 18|
|Bataan & Corregidor||PHL||Tue, Apr 9|
|Maundy Thurs||PHL||Thu, Apr. 18|
|Good Friday||PHL||Fri, Apr. 19|
|Phil. Labor||PHL||Wed, May 1|
|U.S. Memorial||U.S.||Mon, May 27|
|Eid-ul-Fitr||PHL||Wed, Jun 5|
|Philippine Independence||PHL||Wed, Jun 12|
|U.S. Independence||U.S.||Thu, Jul 4|
|Ninoy Aquino||PHL||Wed, Aug 21|
|Heroes||PHL||Mon, Aug 26|
|U.S. Labor||U.S.||Mon, Sep 2|
|Columbus||U.S.||Mon, Oct 14|
|All Saints||PHL||Fri, Nov 1|
|Veterans||U.S.||Mon, Nov 11|
|Thanksgiving||U.S.||Thu, Nov 28|
|Bonifacio||PHL||Sat, Nov 30|
|Christmas||U.S./PHL||Wed, Dec 25|
|Rizal Day||PHL||Mon, Dec 30|
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August 21 - Ninoy Aquino Day
August 26 - Heroes Day
RAO will be closed 1 Aug thru 4 Aug 2019. Due to the National HWY widening project, we will have to close for 4 days to reconstruct our entrance. The downgrade created by the raising of the road in the middle, has exacerbated an already tenuous flooding condition. Therefore we need to make corrections to the flow into our office which this has created. Also while trying to undo the problem, we have ended up with what we consider a less than safe entrance. As you all know your safety is of utmost importance to us, therefore we will fix the problem. Please bare with us, thanks
We have received a help wanted from a U S contractor who is announcing a position of Harbor Manager in Guam. We don't know anymore than what is published below, so please no inquiries to us. Please contact Roger Yalung at email@example.com for more info if you feel you might meet the requirements.
Port Operations Center (POC)
The Contractor shall provide a full service Port Operations Center to ensure that vessel requirements are met.
The Contractor shall provide POC/Navy Port Control (NPC) services, and ensure continuous 24-hour coverage throughout the contract period. The Contractor shall ensure full and proper staffing.
The Contractor shall perform Port Operations services in accordance with DoD, Coast Guard regulations and DoN instructions and directives.
The Contractor shall plan, schedule and coordinate vessel movements (see Section F, Daily and Long Range Ship/Vessel Movement Plans).
- Vessel movements are in accordance with the schedule.
- Customer evaluations are satisfactory or better.
- Reports are accurate and available upon request.
- CBSS validation is accurate.
- Notices of arrival are submitted for all vessels.
- Section C – 0600000 N62742-19-R-1199
0600000 – Port Operations
- Spec Item
The Contractor shall coordinate Navy Port Control operations, provide related administrative support and attend all meetings and briefings as required.
The Contractor shall provide Notice of Arrival (NOA) to Guam Custom and Quarantine to ensure custom clearances are met for all arriving vessels.
The Contractor shall prepare and provide weekly harbor movement messages and weekly NBG/JRM operations briefs.
The Contractor shall monitor naval messages via OIX/C2OIX and forward any incoming JRM/NBG message traffic pertaining to LOGREQ, SORTIE and other operational messages.
The Contractor shall track and record status of all received/sent messages.
The Contractor shall maintain and operate the Port Operations Management System (POMS) to properly maintain and document vessel arrival and departure schedules, support craft requirements, harbor entry control, berthing and mooring, hotel services, other waterfront movements, daily activities and other required pertinent information within POMS.
The Contractor shall maintain current inventory records for all assigned service crafts and boats for the annual Craft and Boat Support System (CBSS) validation and update.
The Contractor shall track status of Port Operations production to include, but not limited to, labor hours associated with work generation and completion,
Weekly harbor movement messages and weekly NBG/JRM operations briefs are submitted.
Respond and forward messages as required.
Special projects and material procurement and submit per Section F.
Watch stander duties include central communication for all Port Operations functions, ship moves, crane support and operation, coordinating LOGREQs, updating the berthing status board and sending out daily move schedules, maintaining status of divers, sonar and radar operations, ship permission to conduct operations, direct opening and closing of port security barrier, initial communications and dispatch for oil spill response, receiving and responding to requests for services from ships in port, and attending port scheduling meetings.
Port Control Management
The Contractor shall provide Port Control Management.
The Contractor shall provide the following services:
- Collect and record all harbor movements and transfers of oily waste and fuel from time of arrival to time of departure of each vessel (see Section F, Berthing and Hotel Services Report).
- Prepare electronic presentations of vessel schedules.
- Operate and administer Port Control including communication in accordance with applicable COMPACFLT, JRM and Naval Base Guam instructions.
- Maintain an updated list of personnel possessing secret or interim clearances, which are required for all personnel working in Port Control.
- Maintain a log for all visitors and ensure that escorts are provided as required within Port Control.
Administrative and clerical support services provided.
All communication responses are timely and accurate and in accordance with governing OPSEC rules, OPNAVINST 5510.36, SECNAVINST 5510.36, C7F OPORD 201, CPF OPORD 201, and all applicable messages.OUTREACH
STILL NO WORD ON OUTREACH SCHEDULE FOR APRIL, WILL PUBLISH SOON AS REC'D.