Dominos Delivery 2019

26 comments:

    1. Yes ma’am if you are going to be working at the PX they should have a process to get your pass.

  1. How long is the AIE card valid for or does it expire? Are vendors that work at the main Px able to apply for an AIE card?

    1. The AIE card is only a year long and then you will need to reapply for the card. Vendors at the PX should have a pass through the PX but they are also eligible to receive an AIE card.

  2. How long does it take to know the status once the completed form & ID’s is uploaded? It’s been three weeks and nothing.

    1. Once the form is submitted it can take several weeks to be vetted and processed. You will be contacted once your AIE card is available for pick up.

      1. What if checking the status of the of the upload (several weeks) and it haven’t been downloaded by the recipient?

        1. You will want to contact the recipient to remind them that you are awaiting approval on your AIE card.

  3. I’m also in the same situation, I submitted my form online over a month ago, also I didn’t have any of the GOVREP boxes completed because it said for contractors only, is this ok.

    1. You would want to contact the person you submitted the form to and remind them that you are awaiting information on the status of the form. Security is experiencing a back log as many people have been applying for the AIE card.

    1. This card simply makes it able for you to come onto base and use select MWR facilities. You would need to get a base fishing pass at Outdoor Rec in order to fish on base. To get the details, you will want to call 706-791-5078 Tuesday thru Friday after 10 am.

  4. I am applying for this because I go to the Dinner Theater, but is there somewhere to find other things it gives me access too? Someone mentioned there are hiking trails and the like on the base – would be a nice safe place to go exercise, is there a map I’m missing?

    1. There are running and hiking trails on base. Unfortunately there is not a current map of them. The base has been working on getting one made and distributed. There is a list on the AIE forms of the facilities and programs it gives you access too. The AIE card does not give them bearer access to the commissary or Exchange facilities, but does allow them to use a large number of MWR facilities. Including the dinner theatre, bowling center, stables, golf club, and others.

    1. Unfortunately the Pointes West Recreation Area is not open to the public and AIE card holders are not authorized users.

  5. “You would need to take your form into an MWR manager at one of our MWR facilities so that they can fill out those blocks for you. For a list of our facilities, you visit our directory page here: http://www.fortgordon.com/directory.”

    “Once the form is submitted it can take several weeks to be vetted and processed. You will be contacted once your AIE card is available for pick up.”

    I thought this was supposed an easy way to get access to your facilities. Too much red tape!
    Can’t you make it more simple?

    Right now it’s just too much red tape and too long to process. I wanted to come here this summer.

    Your TV ad is a waste of tax money.

    1. Due to security on the base, there must be a background check on each applicant. However, the card is good for a full year from issuance and reapplying is quicker once you are in the system.

  6. Can I get an AIE card for the bowling facility. I frequently bowl on post with my current employer and constantly getting a pass is a headache. Its just the waiting in line that gets me.

    1. Sure! Next time you’re at Gordon Lanes Bowling Center, make sure to ask for the Driver’s Consent Form to begin the AIE Card process. If you prefer to call ahead, you can reach them at 706-791-3446.

  7. I have a current AIE card. Is the AIE card considered an approved method of transporting my family, including my spouse, onto post for access or will he have to get his own?

    1. Hello,

      So, we recommend that your spouse gets an AIE card. However, it honestly depends on the guard on duty.

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