Airman & Family Readiness Center- Joint Base Langley-Eustis

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Geographical Address

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Public Address
45 Nealy Ave Wing B Suite 100 Building 15 Langley AFB, VA 23665
Postal Code
23665
latitude
37.07
longitude
-76.37

Contact Info

Phone Number
Phone: 757-764-3990
Operating Hours
- By appointment only - Monday - Friday: 0730-1630

A&FRC provides workshops and individual consultations for active-duty members, Guard, Reserve, DoD Civilians, military retirees, and their eligible family members.

  • Air Force Aid Society provides emergency financial assistance in the form of interest-free loans or grants.

  • Casualty and Survivor Benefits Program assists retiring service members with the election of survivor benefits and serves as the liaison between next of kin and government agencies to initiate benefits.

  • The Discovery Resource Center offers access to personal computers, laser printers, internet, and informational handouts for all program areas.

  • Exceptional Family Member Program provides family support services for service members who have family members with special needs to include information referral, support in navigating on and off base resources, and linking families with respite care.

  • Information and Referral Program can help you connect to on and off base resources. Consultants are available to assess needs and facilitate referrals.

  • Personal and Work-Life Program

    • Personal, Work, and Family Life Program offers individual assistance and workshops designed to promote healthy, stable relationships and marriages among military personnel.

  • Employment Assistance Program

    • Employment Assistance Program assists military and family members to acquire the necessary skills for seeking employment.

Sponsorship Training

Sponsorship is an important responsibility and your efforts make a difference.  Relocation is one of the most stressful aspects of military life.  You can make a member’s adjustment to life at Joint Base Langley – Eustis much easier by learning about new resources and tips on how to be the best sponsor you can be.  Mandatory sponsorship training is now available exclusively online at http://apps.militaryonesource.mil  Search:  Electronic Sponsorship Application Training (eSAT)

Sponsorship Training Now Online – This Mandatory Training can be accessed by visiting: http://apps.mhf.dod.mil/esat 

Youth Sponsorship is available under Joint Base Langley-Eustis See Youth Services at: www.militaryhomefront.dod.mil

Relocation Program

Sponsorship is an important responsibility and your efforts make a difference.  Relocation is one of the most stressful aspects of military life.  You can make a member’s adjustment to life at Joint Base Langley – Eustis much easier by learning about new resources and tips on how to be the best sponsor you can be.  Mandatory sponsorship training is now available exclusively online at http://apps.militaryonesource.mil  Search:  Electronic Sponsorship Application Training (eSAT)

Sponsorship Training Now Online – This Mandatory Training can be accessed by visiting: http://apps.mhf.dod.mil/esat 

Youth Sponsorship is available under Joint Base Langley-Eustis See Youth Services at: www.militaryhomefront.dod.mil

Relocation

To register for Relocation events, please call 764-3990.

PLAN MY MOVE RELOCATION BRIEFING | A PCS preparation seminar for active duty and family members. Mandatory for E1-E4 PCS'ing for the first time and all ranks PCS'ing OCONUS for the first time. Also serves as the mandatory remote tour pre-deployment briefing. Family members are encouraged to attend. Virtual MPF out- processing tasks will be cleared after completion.

NEWCOMER ORIENTATION | The Newcomer Orientation is held at the Bayview Commonwealth Center, 350 Clarke Avenue. Check with your CSS or call the A&FRC for the dates.

ELECTRONIC SPONSORSHIP TRAINING APPLICATION TRAINING (eSAT) | Sponsorship is an important responsibility and your efforts make a difference. Relocation is a stressful aspect of military life. Sponsors can make a member’s adjustment to life at Joint Base Langley - Eustis much easier by learning about user-friendly resources and tips on how to be the best sponsor. Mandatory sponsorship training is avail able exclusively online at https://myhub.militaryonesource.mil/MOS/f?p=SIS:2:0

Readiness

To register for events, please call 764-3990. 

DEPLOYED KIDS MOVIE NIGHT | Popular kid-friendly movies & refreshments.

COSMIC BOWLING | Pizza, soft drinks & Fun, Fun, Fun! Open to all deployed Family Members.

HEARTS APART DINNER | Deployed families are served a Valentine themed dinner at the DFAC.

FRIDAY FAMILY GAME NIGHT | All types of games for all ages. Food, Games, & Fun!

HEARTS APART DEPLOYMENT FAMILY SUMMER FEST | Bounce Houses, Crafts, Face Painting, Games, & Food.

HEARTS APART DEPLOYMENT FAMILY FALL FEST | Bounce Houses, Crafts, Face Painting, Games, & Food.

KIDS DEPLOY TOO! | This is an opportunity to help kids face the challenges of a deployment using engaging, interactive, and simulated deployment type activities.

DEPLOYED FAMILY HOLIDAY PARTY | Enjoy arts & crafts, refreshments, and fun!

Employment Workshops

Sponsorship is an important responsibility and your efforts make a difference.  Relocation is one of the most stressful aspects of military life.  You can make a member’s adjustment to life at Joint Base Langley – Eustis much easier by learning about new resources and tips on how to be the best sponsor you can be.  Mandatory sponsorship training is now available exclusively online at http://apps.militaryonesource.mil  Search:  Electronic Sponsorship Application Training (eSAT)

Sponsorship Training Now Online – This Mandatory Training can be accessed by visiting: http://apps.mhf.dod.mil/esat 

Youth Sponsorship is available under Joint Base Langley-Eustis See Youth Services at: www.militaryhomefront.dod.mil

To register for Relocation events, please call 764-3990.

PLAN MY MOVE RELOCATION BRIEFING | A PCS preparation seminar for active duty and family members. Mandatory for E1-E4 PCS'ing for the first time and all ranks PCS'ing OCONUS for the first time. Also serves as the mandatory remote tour pre -deployment briefing. Family members are encouraged to attend. Virtual MPF out- processing tasks will be cleared after completion.

NEWCOMER ORIENTATION | The Newcomer Orientation is held at the Bayview Commonwealth Center, 350 Clarke Avenue. Check with your CSS or call the A&FRC for the dates.

ELECTRONIC SPONSORSHIP TRAINING APPLICATION TRAINING (eSAT) | Sponsorship is an important responsibility and your efforts make a difference. Relocation is a stressful aspect of military life. Sponsors can make a member’s adjustment to life at Joint Base Langley - Eustis much easier by learning about user-friendly resources and tips on how to be the best sponsor. Mandatory sponsorship training is avail able exclusively online at https://myhub.militaryonesource.mil/MOS/f?p=SIS:2:0

To register for events, please call 764-3990. 

DEPLOYED KIDS MOVIE NIGHT | Popular kid-friendly movies & refreshments.

COSMIC BOWLING | Pizza, soft drinks & Fun, Fun, Fun! Open to all deployed Family Members.

HEARTS APART DINNER | Deployed families are served a Valentine themed dinner at the DFAC.

FRIDAY FAMILY GAME NIGHT | All types of games for all ages. Food, Games, & Fun!

HEARTS APART DEPLOYMENT FAMILY SUMMER FEST | Bounce Houses, Crafts, Face Painting, Games, & Food.

HEARTS APART DEPLOYMENT FAMILY FALL FEST | Bounce Houses, Crafts, Face Painting, Games, & Food.

KIDS DEPLOY TOO! | This is an opportunity to help kids face the challenges of a deployment using engaging, interactive, and simulated deployment type activities.

DEPLOYED FAMILY HOLIDAY PARTY | Enjoy arts & crafts, refreshments, and fun!

RESUME WRITING WORKSHOP | Learn to write an effective resume that will open the door to your next career.

INTERVIEWING TECHNIQUES | Learn valuable techniques to land a job.

FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT WORKSHOP | Learn the fundamentals of applying for federal jobs and strategies for online federal applications.

SOCIAL MEDIA WORKSHOP | Learn techniques to enhance your job search efforts and ensure results. Explore LinkedIn, Twitter, and other social links with Sultan Camp, a well-known social media recruiting specialist.

Survivor Benefits
SURVIVOR BENEFITS PLAN (SBP) RETIREES | Are you retiring? Do you know which state you will retire in? Does that state tax retired pay? These and many other questions pertaining to retirement can be answered during our SBP retirement class.
Personal & Work Life

HEART LINK AF 101 FOR SPOUSES | This Spouse Orientation Program is a great opportunity to increase knowledge of the Air Force mission, customs, traditions, protocols, and available programs and services in a fun relaxed atmosphere. Make new friends while learning more about Air Force life.

INITIAL KEY SPOUSE TRAINING | One-time training required to become a Key Spouse. A Key Spouse Appointment Letter, signed by the unit Commander, is required to attend the training. Daytime, evening, and virtual sessions available to accommodate schedules.

COMMUNITY EVENTS COUNCIL | Increase awareness levels of all community residents concerning initiatives, programs, activities, and facilities.

KEY SPOUSE MENTOR TRAINING | One-time training required to become a Key Spouse Mentor. A Key Spouse Mentor Appointment Letter, signed by the unit Commander, is required to attend the training. Daytime and evening sessions available to accommodate schedules. Key Spouse Initial Training is a prerequisite for this class.

KEY SPOUSE NETWORKING AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT | An optional learning opportunity available to all Key Spouses and Key Spouse Mentors.

KEY SPOUSE CONTINUING EDUCATION | Training required annually for all Key Spouses & Key Spouse Mentors. It is recommended that new Key Spouses/Mentors complete Continuing Education within three months of assuming the position.

KEY SPOUSE REFRESHER TRAINING | Training required only for Key Spouses/Key Spouse Mentors who completed KS Initial training and/or Mentor Training at another base (prior to PCS'ing to JBLE). The class provides local and relevant Key Spouse information and resources. A Key Spouse/Mentor Appointment Letter, signed by the unit Commander, is required to attend the training.

Voting Assistance

The Air Force Voting Assistance Program is an ongoing program to assist military personnel, their family members, and all other voting-age citizens with access to the installation voter assistance office, regardless of MAJCOM or branch of service affiliation, to register and vote either at the polls or by absentee ballot. The mission of the program is to provide assistance for all elections, regardless of when they are held, with special emphasis on the period prior to general elections. The Voting Assistance Office is located in the Airman & Family Readiness Center (A&FRC). This is your one-stop-shop for all of your voting needs.

For further information, you can contact Langley's Voter's Assistance Office at (757) 764-3990 or Vote.langley@us.af.mil. You can also visit the FVAP site at https://www.fvap.gov/

Want to know what your state requires to register, update your mailing address, or request your absentee ballots.

Transition Assistance Program

To register for the workshops or briefings, please call 764-3990.

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INDIVIDUALIZED INITIAL COUNSELING (IIC) | The IIC consists of an individual session, which includes a self-assessment to determine level of transition readiness and assigns a Counseling Pathway Tier to each transitioning service member. IIC is required NLT 365 days prior to separation and pre-separation counseling.

PRE-SEPARATION COUNSELING | All separating and retiring Airmen are required to have Pre-Separation Counseling NLT than 365 days prior to leaving Active Duty. This information is available through scheduled group briefings (a prerequisite for TAP workshop). Contact the A&FRC for availability.

TRANSITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (TAP) WORKSHOP | Mandatory for all personnel retiring or separating from the military. The goal of this workshop is to prepare Airmen with the tools necessary to pursue their post-service goals. Seats are limited. Contact the A&FRC to register.

CAPSTONE | (Contact the A&FRC for requirements and to schedule your appointment) Review ITP Checklist, Validates Career Readiness Standards (One-on-One appointment with an A&FRC Staff)

VA PRE-DISCHARGE BENEFITS BRIEFING | (Contact the A&FRC for requirements and registration). A Veterans Affairs Representative will discuss how and when to file your disability claim prior to your discharge date.

VOCATIONAL TRACK | (Contact the A&FRC for requirements and registration). This Technical Track is designed to assist in defining technical career goals, identifying required credentials, & finding career training opportunities.

BOOTS TO BUSINESS TRACK | This Entrepreneurship Track is a three-phase training program developed to introduce and train service members for business ownership.

ORDERS ARE NOT REQUIRED TO ATTEND

Personal Financial Readiness

EXITING THE DORMS | Dorm Management, Housing, Legal & A&FRC guide you through the process of moving out of the dorms. Review financial preparedness guidelines to assist in making a successful move.

THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN (TSP) | TSP is designed to give you the ability to participate in a long-term retirement savings and investment plan.

BLENDED RETIREMENT SYSTEM (BRS) | Learn what your options are and prepare for retirement by attending BRS and TSP briefings.

BUDGETING 101 | This class is designed to help learners develop financial goals and complete a flexible spending plan.

CREDIT MANAGEMENT 101 | Upon completion of this course, learners should be able to establish and maintain good credit and determine a safe debt load.

SAVING & INVESTING | Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to understand the purpose and value of saving and investing. This course will also introduce to learners how to evaluate and choose appropriate tools and techniques to build wealth.

Transition Related Services

Sponsorship is an important responsibility and your efforts make a difference.  Relocation is one of the most stressful aspects of military life.  You can make a member’s adjustment to life at Joint Base Langley – Eustis much easier by learning about new resources and tips on how to be the best sponsor you can be.  Mandatory sponsorship training is now available exclusively online at http://apps.militaryonesource.mil  Search:  Electronic Sponsorship Application Training (eSAT)

Sponsorship Training Now Online – This Mandatory Training can be accessed by visiting: http://apps.mhf.dod.mil/esat 

Youth Sponsorship is available under Joint Base Langley-Eustis See Youth Services at: www.militaryhomefront.dod.mil

To register for Relocation events, please call 764-3990.

PLAN MY MOVE RELOCATION BRIEFING | A PCS preparation seminar for active duty and family members. Mandatory for E1-E4 PCS'ing for the first time and all ranks PCS'ing OCONUS for the first time. Also serves as the mandatory remote tour pre -deployment briefing. Family members are encouraged to attend. Virtual MPF out- processing tasks will be cleared after completion.

NEWCOMER ORIENTATION | The Newcomer Orientation is held at the Bayview Commonwealth Center, 350 Clarke Avenue. Check with your CSS or call the A&FRC for the dates.

ELECTRONIC SPONSORSHIP TRAINING APPLICATION TRAINING (eSAT) | Sponsorship is an important responsibility and your efforts make a difference. Relocation is a stressful aspect of military life. Sponsors can make a member’s adjustment to life at Joint Base Langley - Eustis much easier by learning about user-friendly resources and tips on how to be the best sponsor. Mandatory sponsorship training is avail able exclusively online at https://myhub.militaryonesource.mil/MOS/f?p=SIS:2:0

To register for events, please call 764-3990. 

DEPLOYED KIDS MOVIE NIGHT | Popular kid-friendly movies & refreshments.

COSMIC BOWLING | Pizza, soft drinks & Fun, Fun, Fun! Open to all deployed Family Members.

HEARTS APART DINNER | Deployed families are served a Valentine themed dinner at the DFAC.

FRIDAY FAMILY GAME NIGHT | All types of games for all ages. Food, Games, & Fun!

HEARTS APART DEPLOYMENT FAMILY SUMMER FEST | Bounce Houses, Crafts, Face Painting, Games, & Food.

HEARTS APART DEPLOYMENT FAMILY FALL FEST | Bounce Houses, Crafts, Face Painting, Games, & Food.

KIDS DEPLOY TOO! | This is an opportunity to help kids face the challenges of a deployment using engaging, interactive, and simulated deployment type activities.

DEPLOYED FAMILY HOLIDAY PARTY | Enjoy arts & crafts, refreshments, and fun!

RESUME WRITING WORKSHOP | Learn to write an effective resume that will open the door to your next career.

INTERVIEWING TECHNIQUES | Learn valuable techniques to land a job.

FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT WORKSHOP | Learn the fundamentals of applying for federal jobs and strategies for online federal applications.

SOCIAL MEDIA WORKSHOP | Learn techniques to enhance your job search efforts and ensure results. Explore LinkedIn, Twitter, and other social links with Sultan Camp, a well-known social media recruiting specialist.

SURVIVOR BENEFITS PLAN (SBP) RETIREES | Are you retiring? Do you know which state you will retire in? Does that state tax retired pay? These and many other questions pertaining to retirement can be answered during our SBP retirement class.

HEART LINK AF 101 FOR SPOUSES | This Spouse Orientation Program is a great opportunity to increase knowledge of the Air Force mission, customs, traditions, protocols, and available programs and services in a fun relaxed atmosphere. Make new friends while learning more about Air Force life.

INITIAL KEY SPOUSE TRAINING | One-time training required to become a Key Spouse. A Key Spouse Appointment Letter, signed by the unit Commander, is required to attend the training. Daytime, evening, and virtual sessions available to accommodate schedules.

COMMUNITY EVENTS COUNCIL | Increase awareness levels of all community residents concerning initiatives, programs, activities, and facilities.

KEY SPOUSE MENTOR TRAINING | One-time training required to become a Key Spouse Mentor. A Key Spouse Mentor Appointment Letter, signed by the unit Commander, is required to attend the training. Daytime and evening sessions available to accommodate schedules. Key Spouse Initial Training is a prerequisite for this class.

KEY SPOUSE NETWORKING AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT | An optional learning opportunity available to all Key Spouses and Key Spouse Mentors.

KEY SPOUSE CONTINUING EDUCATION | Training required annually for all Key Spouses & Key Spouse Mentors. It is recommended that new Key Spouses/Mentors complete Continuing Education within three months of assuming position.

KEY SPOUSE REFRESHER TRAINING | Training required only for Key Spouses/Key Spouse Mentors who completed KS Initial training and/or Mentor Training at another base (prior to PCS'ing to JBLE). The class provides local and relevant Key Spouse information and resources. A Key Spouse/Mentor Appointment Letter, signed by the unit Commander, is required to attend the training.

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The Air Force Voting Assistance Program is an ongoing program to assist military personnel, their family members and all other voting age citizens with access to the installation voter assistance office, regardless of MAJCOM or branch of service affiliation, to register and vote either at the polls or by absentee ballot. The mission of the program is to provide assistance for all elections, regardless of when they are held, with special emphasis on the period prior to general elections. The Voting Assistance Office is located in the Airman & Family Readiness Center (A&FRC). This is your one-stop shop for all of your voting needs.

For further information, you can contact Langley's Voter's Assistance Office at (757) 764-3990 or Vote.langley@us.af.mil. You can also visit the FVAP site at https://www.fvap.gov/

Want to know what your state requires to register, update your mailing address, or request your absentee ballots.

To register for the workshops or briefings, please call 764-3990.

AFRC TAP Graphic

INDIVIDUALIZED INITIAL COUNSELING (IIC) | The IIC consists of an individual session, which includes a self-assessment to determine level of transition readiness and assigns a Counseling Pathway Tier to each transitioning service member. IIC is required NLT 365 days prior to separation and pre-separation counseling.

PRE-SEPARATION COUNSELING | All separating and retiring Airmen are required to have Pre-Separation Counseling NLT than 365 days prior to leaving Active Duty. This information is available through scheduled group briefings (prerequisite for TAP workshop). Contact the A&FRC for availability.

TRANSITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (TAP) WORKSHOP | Mandatory for all personnel retiring or separating from the military. The goal of this workshop is to prepare Airmen with tools necessary to pursue their post-service goals. Seats are limited. Contact the A&FRC to register.

CAPSTONE | (Contact the A&FRC for requirements and to schedule your appointment) Review ITP Checklist, Validates Career Readiness Standards (One -on-One appointment with an A&FRC Staff)

VA PRE-DISCHARGE BENEFITS BRIEFING | (Contact the A&FRC for requirements and registration). A Veterans Affairs Representative will discuss how and when to file your disability claim prior to your discharge date.

VOCATIONAL TRACK | (Contact the A&FRC for requirements and registration). This Technical Track is designed to assist in defining technical career goals, identifying required credentials, & finding career training opportunities.

BOOTS TO BUSINESS TRACK | This Entrepreneurship Track is a three phase training program developed to introduce and train service members for business ownership.

ORDERS ARE NOT REQUIRED TO ATTEND

EXITING THE DORMS | Dorm Management, Housing, Legal & A&FRC guide you through the process of moving out of the dorms. Review financial preparedness guidelines to assist in making a successful move.

THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN (TSP) | TSP is designed to give you the ability to participate in a long-term retirement savings and investment plan.

BLENDED RETIREMENT SYSTEM (BRS) | Learn what your options are and prepare for retirement by attending BRS and TSP briefings.

BUDGETING 101 | This class is designed to help learners develop financial goals and complete a flexible spending plan.

CREDIT MANAGEMENT 101 | Upon completion of this course, learners should be able to establish and maintain good credit and determine a safe debt load.

SAVING & INVESTING | Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to understand the purpose and value of saving and investing. This course will also introduce to learners how to evaluate and choose appropriate tools and techniques to build wealth.

VA Benefits Advisors | The VA Benefits Advisors provide education and information for all VA Benefits and Programs. They present the Congressionally Mandated VA Benefits & Services briefing during the Transition Workshop and are available for Individual appointments.

Day and TimeMonday — Friday 0730-1630

Location: 45 Nealy Ave., Bldg 15, Room 100, B Wing

For appointments, please call (757) 764-6629 or (757) 508-4423

AMVETS

If you are considering filing a claim with the Department of Veterans Affairs for disability Compensation, please take advantage of the expert services provided by, a VA accredited & trained National Service Officer from the American Veterans (AMVET) Service Organization.

Day and Time: Monday — Friday 0800 – 1600

Location: 45 Nealy Ave., Bldg 15, Room 115, A Wing

BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. NO WALK-INS. 

Contact: 764-7088 or 301-458-5263 (Mobile)

To make an appointment, please call 301-458-5263 (Mobile) or send an email to timothy.allen3@va.gov

Air Force Aid Society
BUNDLES FOR BABIES | Topics include child-rearing and stress management techniques for new moms. Eligible participants will receive an AAFES gift card & AFAS tote.
EFMP

To register for EFMP events, please call 764 -3990.

EFMP SENSORY FRIENDLY MOVIE | The sensory-friendly movie provides a special opportunity for families to enjoy their favorite films in a safe and accepting environment. The lights are up and the sound is turned down while audience members are invited to get up and dance, walk, and sing. Hotdogs, drinks, popcorn, and cotton candy are served.

PLANNING A SPECIAL NEEDS TRUST | Designed to help families secure both lifetime care and quality of life for their dependents with special needs. Taking steps now can help secure your dependent’s well- being. Topics: legal, financial, medical, and educational needs.

EFMP CHRISTMAS PARTY/SELFIES WITH SANTA | Festive holiday activities for our special needs families and a Selfie with Santa photo-op.

UNDERSTANDING SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME | The Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program pays benefits to disabled adults and children who have limited income and resources. This workshop will guide families through the application process.

CHAT-N-CHEW | Informal gathering for our EFM families to discuss upcoming events, resources, concerns, and create camaraderie among our EFM families.

EFMP | The Joint Services EFMP Forum and Resource Fair is a two -day collaboration that allows military agencies and local community organizations to provide information and resources to Hampton Roads military special needs families. Presentations will include Social Security Disability and the Virginia Department of Education.

KINGS DOMINION EXCEPTIONAL FAMILY MEMBER DAY | The USO of Hampton Roads and Central Virginia, Kings Dominion, and the Joint Military services Exceptional Family Member Program Committee is sponsoring a day at Kings Dominion for 18 years or younger military children with severe medical conditions. Contact your installation EFMP-FS Coordinator at the A&FRC.

EFMP COOKING MATTERS CAMP @ THE Culinary Institute | Families will explore culinary healthy choices that are fun. The cooking camp will provide an environment for caretakers, parents, and children to grow closer and make mealtime, family time for everyone. This camp strives to help improve communication skills and cognitive functions by using basic culinary tools and working together to create flavorful treats.

UNDERSTANDING THE IEP PROCESS | The writing of each student's IEP takes place within the larger picture of the special education process un IDEA. Before taking a detailed look at the IEP, it may be helpful to look at how a student is identified as having a disability and needing special education-related services.

SELF CARE FOR THE CARE PROVIDED | Taking care of yourself can make a difference in how you take care of others. When we feel good, we can give more to our family, relationships, and careers.

Helpful Phone Numbers

Airman's Attic | 764-1363

Base Operator | 764-1110

Child Development Center | 764-3449

Family Child Care | 764-1771

Youth Programs | 764-2300

Finance |  764-3333

Housing | 764-5048

Lodging |  764-4667

TRI CARE | 225-5111

Security Forces |  764-5091

Vet Clinic |  764-5678

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