Auto Skills Center – NAF Atsugi

Auto Skills Center – NAF Atsugi

The Automotive Skills Center (ASC), located just inside the east gate beside the HSM-51 hangar bay, can help you save big bucks on vehicle repairs and maintenance. It provides tools for performing common car maintenance and repair work, and knowledgeable staff members are available for guidance and teaching. The ASC offers FREE, monthly “How-to” maintenance classes (on changing oil, rotating tires, installing snow chains, and vehicle inspections) throughout the year.

If you have any personal equipment you need to keep high and dry while you’re between projects, the ASC has storage areas and sheds available for rent. You can also dispose of car batteries and junk your car for free (minus any unpaid vehicle taxes and deregistration fees). Patrons must be at least 16-years old to use the facility without adult supervision; patrons under 11-years old are not allowed access to the facility. A passing grade on a short, basic safety knowledge test is required to use any equipment.

Fees & Prices

  • Battery charger: $5 per day
  • Storage shed: $25 per month
  • Parts storage: $15 per month
  • Engine stand: $3 per day
  • Outdoor vehicle storage: $5 per month (daily charge for a maximum of 20 days, or $100 per month)
  • Work bay without lift: $2 per hour
  • Work bay with lift: $3 per hour
  • Work bay outside: $2 per hour
  • Steam cleaner: $5 per 30 minutes
  • Car wash & vacuum: $3 per vehicle
  • Tire balancing with weights: $5 per tire
  • Tire changer: $2 per tire
  • Hydraulic spring compressor: $2 per spring
  • Brake lathe: $6 per drum
  • Brake lathe: $6 per rotor
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Veterans United Home Loans – Osan Air Base

VA Loan Expertise from Veterans United

VA Loans provide some key homebuying benefits for our nation’s Veterans and military families. Veterans United Home Loans can help you maximize these benefits earned through military service, including:

No Down Payment

VA Mortgages are one of the only home loans available today with no down payment required.

Lower Payments

Competitive interest rates and no mortgage insurance mean lower monthly payments.

Easier to Qualify

Less stringent requirements can make qualifying for financing easier than other options.

Veterans United is the nation’s No. 1 VA Lender. We proudly provided more VA Home Loans to Veterans than any other lender in 2018, according to the Department of Veterans Affairs 2018 Lender Volume Report. Check out our more than 140,000+ reviews from Veterans nationwide.

https://www.veteransunited.com/reviews

VeteransUnited.com | 1-800-884-5560 | 1400 Veterans United Drive, Columbia, MO 65203 | Veterans United Home Loans NMLS # 1907 (www.nmlsconsumeraccess.org). A VA-approved lender; Not endorsed or sponsored by the Dept. of Veterans Affairs or any government agency. Licensed in all 50 states. Equal Opportunity Lender.

Fairbanks Memorial Hospital

Fairbanks Memorial Hospital

As a community hospital, and as the most advanced medical facility for hundreds of miles, we are extremely committed to treating the medical needs of everyone who comes through our doors. We have provided generations of care in the Fairbanks community, and we look forward to continuing to make sure that your family is well taken care of, at all stages of their lives, for many years to come.

Ulta Beauty

Ulta Beauty

Ulta Beauty is the US’ largest beauty retailer & premier destination for cosmetics, fragrance, body, skin & haircare products. Shop over 25,000 products from approximately 500 brands including Tarte, Redken, TULA, & CHANEL. Plus, exclusives like Kylie Cosmetics, PATTERN, florence by mills, Juvia’s Place & Ulta Beauty Collection. Conscious Beauty at Ulta Beauty offers vegan, clean, cruelty-free products in sustainable packaging with brands committed to making a positive community impact.

 

Delta Dental TRICARE Retiree Dental Program – Osan Air Base

Delta Dental TRICARE Retiree Dental Program – Osan Air Base

Enroll in the TRICARE Retiree Dental Program (TRDP) today and get coverage the following month for the most commonly needed and sought-after dental services like exams, cleanings, x-rays, fillings, root canals, gum treatment, extractions and dental accidents. Then, after only 12 months of continuous enrollment, enjoy the full scope of benefits including crowns, bridges, dental implants, partials and dentures, and orthodontics for both children and adults.

 

The Dental Clinic provides routine and emergency dental services to include; annual exam and cleaning, restorative and root canal treatments, and oral surgery. Care is prioritized in the following order; authorized beneficiaries with dental emergencies, active duty military, command sponsored of active duty, and space available for non-command sponsored of active duty, retirees, and dependents of retirees.

Mukluk Land

Mukluk Land

Mukluks are soft boots made of reindeer or seal skin, traditionally worn by native Alaskans. Mukluk Land is the Alaskan interpretation of a theme park, built from scraps and salvage.

51st Medical Group – Osan Air Base

51st Medical Group – Osan Air Base

The 51st Medical Group mission is to maintain and ensure medical readiness for contingencies by providing high-quality, Trusted Care for approximately 8,000 enrollees and 20,000 beneficiaries.

We are committed to operational readiness, outstanding customer service, and always delivering world-class health care.

  • You can see for yourself how well we are doing.
  • Click on one of the links to learn how we measure our performance.

 

VISION: Contingency-ready professionals forging the fittest and healthiest warfighting team.
MISSION: Maximize the human weapon system. Execute contingency operations. Deliver trustworthy care.
VALUES: Humble – Approachable – Credible

Disclaimer:

  • One measure is not an indication of a facility’s quality. Sometimes a smaller population can make a measure move pretty drastically from quarter to quarter, so don’t be alarmed if you see a dip or a spike.
  • If there is no data included with the description of the measures below, it may be because your facility doesn’t offer that particular service or treatment.
  • Some data is reported every month or quarter and some is reported once a year. Occasionally, a measure is no longer used. But we continue to provide the data from past years as a reference.
  • The dates we report data may vary by measure. Measuring quality, safety, access and patient experience requires time to ensure data is valid and accurate.
  • We report the same Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS) used by many civilian health care practices to monitor quality of care provided in the MHS. Before posting HEDIS data, a National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) certified auditor reviews and approves the measure process and data.
  • We report some of the measures in Calendar Year (CY) and some measures in Fiscal Year (FY). Calendar years begin on January 1st. Fiscal years begin on October 1st.
  • If you have questions, please contact the Patient Administration office at your military medical treatment facility or a beneficiary counseling and assistance coordinator
H2Oasis Indoor Waterpark

H2Oasis Indoor Waterpark

H₂Oasis Indoor Waterpark is a 56,000 square foot indoor water park located in Anchorage, Alaska, United States, just east of the Seward Highway at 1520 O’Malley Road. It opened in 2003 and was, at the time, the fifth largest indoor waterpark in the United States.

Troy University – Osan Air Base

Troy University – Osan Air Base

The History of Troy University

Troy University’s tradition of teaching excellence dates to its founding on February 26, 1887, when an act of the Alabama Legislature established Troy State Normal School as an institution to train teachers for Alabama’s schools. Joseph Macon Dill was the institution’s first president. In 1893, the school was renamed Troy State Normal College.

First Building Downtown Troy, AL

The Normal College offered extension courses for teachers and granted teaching certificates until 1929, when the State Board of Education changed the charter of the institution and renamed it Troy State Teacher’s College. That same year, the college moved to its present site and the first two buildings were dedicated: Shackelford Hall, named for Edward Madison Shackelford, president of the school from 1899-1936, and Bibb Graves Hall, named for David Bibb Graves, Alabama’s “education governor.” Governor Bibb Graves is also remembered for commissioning the Olmsted Brothers architectural firm of Brookline, Massachusetts, to design the campus landscape plan. The building has since been renamed to honor the memory of Civil Rights icon and longtime Georgia Congressman John Robert Lewis, a Pike County native.

Like many American universities, Troy State Teacher’s College enjoyed one of its most prosperous periods of growth in the years following World War II when returning veterans took advantage of the GI Bill. The enrollment of the College more than doubled and this growth led to the introduction of degree programs in disciplines other than education, most notably in business. In 1957, the State Board of Education recognized this expanded role and dropped “Teacher’s” from Troy State College’s name.

The decade of the 1950s also marked the University’s long relationship with the United States Military, as extension courses were offered on nearby bases, first at Fort Rucker, near Dothan, and later at Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery. A separate Troy State College teaching center was established at Fort Rucker in 1961, which evolved into the present-day Dothan Campus. A similar center, begun at Maxwell Air Force Base in 1965, led to the creation of the present-day Montgomery Campus. These programs were the forerunners of the modern TROY Service Centers division of Troy University, which operates all TROY teaching sites outside Alabama. In 1973, the University opened sites at military bases in Florida. Today, TROY Service Centers operate some 20 sites in seven U.S. states, at locations in Japan and South Korea, and partnerships with universities in Vietnam and Malaysia.

In 1967, Gov. Lurleen B. Wallace appointed eight members to the newly established Troy State College Board of Trustees, removing the institution from the control of the State Board of Education. One of the first acts of the new board was to recommend the change of the name to Troy State University. The new name became official on Dec. 14, 1967.

In 1975, the Phenix City Campus was opened as a branch of the main campus.

In 1982, the Troy State University System was formed, as the campuses in Dothan and Montgomery were granted independent accreditation status. In April of 2004 the Board of Trustees voted to drop “State” from the University’s name to better reflect the institution’s worldwide mission. Starting August 2005, all TROY campuses were again unified under one accreditation.

 

Troy Campus

Smaller class sizes, experienced professors with open-door policies, classmates from around the globe, exciting Division I athletics events—what’s not to love about Troy University’s Troy Campus? Every year, students from around the world find their second home in Alabama’s Wiregrass Region. This is where East meets West.

 

Dothan Campus

TROY’s Dothan Campus offers a quality, 4-year-university experience. By providing the flexibility needed to juggle work, home and life, this campus has become the academic home of working adults living within Alabama’s Wiregrass and surrounding counties.

 

Montgomery Campus

As Alabama’s Capital City continues to grow, one thing is a constant—TROY’s Montgomery Campus remains a haven for students of all ages and backgrounds throughout the River Region who share the common goal of taking their education and careers to the next level.

 

Phenix City Campus

At TROY’s Phenix City Campus, you can finish the degree you started years ago or forge a new path. Here, surrounded by a vibrant, growing city and the longest urban whitewater rafting course in the world, you can take your education and hobbies to the extreme. Here, in the Chattahoochee Valley, you can be and do anything.

 

TROY is the Pathway to Your Future

Earn your degree from a real, 4-year, accredited, state university focused on preparing you to excel in your future career. Every year, TROY equips thousands of men and women who enter their chosen fields career-ready and globally competitive. As a top-ranking educational institution with a reputation of integrity, patriotism and excellence, TROY provides you with value and values. Whether you plan to study in-class or online, Troy University can give you the resources and top-notch academic training you’ll need to succeed in today’s global marketplace.

 

 

Osan University – Osan Air Base

Osan University – Osan Air Base

From the President of Osan University

Love is the key to teaching and learning at Osan University.

Students, faculty and staff at Osan University love and respect each other to make a harmonious campus environment. We aim to teach our students to share and love those around us, including the neglected class in the area.

We are a university that is close to you, accessible by the metro via Osan College Station. We are very proud of our big, beautiful, eco-friendly campus that is ideally suited to learning. We are a university that steps forward with curriculum and training courses that meet the demands of the current job industry. Our capable faculty directs customized training for job placement in the industry and prepares students to become professionals in their areas of study. .

To prepare for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, we are currently building a business campus and establishing an advanced business and academic cooperation system. This program is unique to Osan University and is integrated and reinforced into all university curricular activities and is extended to student’s job placement and business start-ups.

Students at Osan University learn to devote themselves wholeheartedly, to think creatively and innovatively, and to become cooperative doers. Osan University promises to do our best to help students achieve their own goals.

 

University Principles

Osan University was established under the principles of devotion, creativity, and cooperation. Young talented and motivated people are gathered here in their passionate quest for learning. The university focuses on teaching these competent people to devote themselves to society and contribute toward community needs.

Purpose of Education

Osan University aims to teach professional theories and train practical expert skills that are necessary for the nation’s industrial growth.

Educational Policies

Students at Osan University…
1. Learn to be devoted through patience and hard work
2. Learn to be creative and innovative by expanding their thoughts
3. Learn to be cooperative through thoughtful consideration and communicating with others

 

Iditarod National Historic Trail

Iditarod National Historic Trail

Alaska’s only National Scenic Trail, the Iditarod National Historic Trail consists of a network of trails totaling more than 2,300 miles between Nome, on the Bering Strait, and Seward, near Anchorage. Originally used by ancient hunters and later by gold prospectors, the trail is now used, and best known, for the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.

Extensive landscapes surround the entire route, offering beautiful views of mountains, glaciers, and wildlife. Although it is primarily a winter trail, hikers do use sections during the summer months including the popular Crow Pass Trail within Chugach State Park.

Is MOAA Tricare Supplement Right for You?

Is MOAA Tricare Supplement Right for You?

Health care costs are an important concern for many families. For members of the armed services, retirees, and their families, Tricare can sometimes leave additional costs that cause financial difficulties. Many families are left wondering what can be done regarding...

Veterans United Home Loans – Osan Air Base

VA Loan Expertise from Veterans United

VA Loans provide some key homebuying benefits for our nation’s Veterans and military families. Veterans United Home Loans can help you maximize these benefits earned through military service, including:

No Down Payment

VA Mortgages are one of the only home loans available today with no down payment required.

Lower Payments

Competitive interest rates and no mortgage insurance mean lower monthly payments.

Easier to Qualify

Less stringent requirements can make qualifying for financing easier than other options.

Veterans United is the nation’s No. 1 VA Lender. We proudly provided more VA Home Loans to Veterans than any other lender in 2018, according to the Department of Veterans Affairs 2018 Lender Volume Report. Check out our more than 140,000+ reviews from Veterans nationwide.

https://www.veteransunited.com/reviews

VeteransUnited.com | 1-800-884-5560 | 1400 Veterans United Drive, Columbia, MO 65203 | Veterans United Home Loans NMLS # 1907 (www.nmlsconsumeraccess.org). A VA-approved lender; Not endorsed or sponsored by the Dept. of Veterans Affairs or any government agency. Licensed in all 50 states. Equal Opportunity Lender.

Fairbanks Memorial Hospital

Fairbanks Memorial Hospital

As a community hospital, and as the most advanced medical facility for hundreds of miles, we are extremely committed to treating the medical needs of everyone who comes through our doors. We have provided generations of care in the Fairbanks community, and we look forward to continuing to make sure that your family is well taken care of, at all stages of their lives, for many years to come.

Ulta Beauty

Ulta Beauty

Ulta Beauty is the US’ largest beauty retailer & premier destination for cosmetics, fragrance, body, skin & haircare products. Shop over 25,000 products from approximately 500 brands including Tarte, Redken, TULA, & CHANEL. Plus, exclusives like Kylie Cosmetics, PATTERN, florence by mills, Juvia’s Place & Ulta Beauty Collection. Conscious Beauty at Ulta Beauty offers vegan, clean, cruelty-free products in sustainable packaging with brands committed to making a positive community impact.

 

Delta Dental TRICARE Retiree Dental Program – Osan Air Base

Delta Dental TRICARE Retiree Dental Program – Osan Air Base

Enroll in the TRICARE Retiree Dental Program (TRDP) today and get coverage the following month for the most commonly needed and sought-after dental services like exams, cleanings, x-rays, fillings, root canals, gum treatment, extractions and dental accidents. Then, after only 12 months of continuous enrollment, enjoy the full scope of benefits including crowns, bridges, dental implants, partials and dentures, and orthodontics for both children and adults.

 

The Dental Clinic provides routine and emergency dental services to include; annual exam and cleaning, restorative and root canal treatments, and oral surgery. Care is prioritized in the following order; authorized beneficiaries with dental emergencies, active duty military, command sponsored of active duty, and space available for non-command sponsored of active duty, retirees, and dependents of retirees.

Mukluk Land

Mukluk Land

Mukluks are soft boots made of reindeer or seal skin, traditionally worn by native Alaskans. Mukluk Land is the Alaskan interpretation of a theme park, built from scraps and salvage.

51st Medical Group – Osan Air Base

51st Medical Group – Osan Air Base

The 51st Medical Group mission is to maintain and ensure medical readiness for contingencies by providing high-quality, Trusted Care for approximately 8,000 enrollees and 20,000 beneficiaries.

We are committed to operational readiness, outstanding customer service, and always delivering world-class health care.

  • You can see for yourself how well we are doing.
  • Click on one of the links to learn how we measure our performance.

 

VISION: Contingency-ready professionals forging the fittest and healthiest warfighting team.
MISSION: Maximize the human weapon system. Execute contingency operations. Deliver trustworthy care.
VALUES: Humble – Approachable – Credible

Disclaimer:

  • One measure is not an indication of a facility’s quality. Sometimes a smaller population can make a measure move pretty drastically from quarter to quarter, so don’t be alarmed if you see a dip or a spike.
  • If there is no data included with the description of the measures below, it may be because your facility doesn’t offer that particular service or treatment.
  • Some data is reported every month or quarter and some is reported once a year. Occasionally, a measure is no longer used. But we continue to provide the data from past years as a reference.
  • The dates we report data may vary by measure. Measuring quality, safety, access and patient experience requires time to ensure data is valid and accurate.
  • We report the same Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS) used by many civilian health care practices to monitor quality of care provided in the MHS. Before posting HEDIS data, a National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) certified auditor reviews and approves the measure process and data.
  • We report some of the measures in Calendar Year (CY) and some measures in Fiscal Year (FY). Calendar years begin on January 1st. Fiscal years begin on October 1st.
  • If you have questions, please contact the Patient Administration office at your military medical treatment facility or a beneficiary counseling and assistance coordinator
H2Oasis Indoor Waterpark

H2Oasis Indoor Waterpark

H₂Oasis Indoor Waterpark is a 56,000 square foot indoor water park located in Anchorage, Alaska, United States, just east of the Seward Highway at 1520 O’Malley Road. It opened in 2003 and was, at the time, the fifth largest indoor waterpark in the United States.

Troy University – Osan Air Base

Troy University – Osan Air Base

The History of Troy University

Troy University’s tradition of teaching excellence dates to its founding on February 26, 1887, when an act of the Alabama Legislature established Troy State Normal School as an institution to train teachers for Alabama’s schools. Joseph Macon Dill was the institution’s first president. In 1893, the school was renamed Troy State Normal College.

First Building Downtown Troy, AL

The Normal College offered extension courses for teachers and granted teaching certificates until 1929, when the State Board of Education changed the charter of the institution and renamed it Troy State Teacher’s College. That same year, the college moved to its present site and the first two buildings were dedicated: Shackelford Hall, named for Edward Madison Shackelford, president of the school from 1899-1936, and Bibb Graves Hall, named for David Bibb Graves, Alabama’s “education governor.” Governor Bibb Graves is also remembered for commissioning the Olmsted Brothers architectural firm of Brookline, Massachusetts, to design the campus landscape plan. The building has since been renamed to honor the memory of Civil Rights icon and longtime Georgia Congressman John Robert Lewis, a Pike County native.

Like many American universities, Troy State Teacher’s College enjoyed one of its most prosperous periods of growth in the years following World War II when returning veterans took advantage of the GI Bill. The enrollment of the College more than doubled and this growth led to the introduction of degree programs in disciplines other than education, most notably in business. In 1957, the State Board of Education recognized this expanded role and dropped “Teacher’s” from Troy State College’s name.

The decade of the 1950s also marked the University’s long relationship with the United States Military, as extension courses were offered on nearby bases, first at Fort Rucker, near Dothan, and later at Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery. A separate Troy State College teaching center was established at Fort Rucker in 1961, which evolved into the present-day Dothan Campus. A similar center, begun at Maxwell Air Force Base in 1965, led to the creation of the present-day Montgomery Campus. These programs were the forerunners of the modern TROY Service Centers division of Troy University, which operates all TROY teaching sites outside Alabama. In 1973, the University opened sites at military bases in Florida. Today, TROY Service Centers operate some 20 sites in seven U.S. states, at locations in Japan and South Korea, and partnerships with universities in Vietnam and Malaysia.

In 1967, Gov. Lurleen B. Wallace appointed eight members to the newly established Troy State College Board of Trustees, removing the institution from the control of the State Board of Education. One of the first acts of the new board was to recommend the change of the name to Troy State University. The new name became official on Dec. 14, 1967.

In 1975, the Phenix City Campus was opened as a branch of the main campus.

In 1982, the Troy State University System was formed, as the campuses in Dothan and Montgomery were granted independent accreditation status. In April of 2004 the Board of Trustees voted to drop “State” from the University’s name to better reflect the institution’s worldwide mission. Starting August 2005, all TROY campuses were again unified under one accreditation.

 

Troy Campus

Smaller class sizes, experienced professors with open-door policies, classmates from around the globe, exciting Division I athletics events—what’s not to love about Troy University’s Troy Campus? Every year, students from around the world find their second home in Alabama’s Wiregrass Region. This is where East meets West.

 

Dothan Campus

TROY’s Dothan Campus offers a quality, 4-year-university experience. By providing the flexibility needed to juggle work, home and life, this campus has become the academic home of working adults living within Alabama’s Wiregrass and surrounding counties.

 

Montgomery Campus

As Alabama’s Capital City continues to grow, one thing is a constant—TROY’s Montgomery Campus remains a haven for students of all ages and backgrounds throughout the River Region who share the common goal of taking their education and careers to the next level.

 

Phenix City Campus

At TROY’s Phenix City Campus, you can finish the degree you started years ago or forge a new path. Here, surrounded by a vibrant, growing city and the longest urban whitewater rafting course in the world, you can take your education and hobbies to the extreme. Here, in the Chattahoochee Valley, you can be and do anything.

 

TROY is the Pathway to Your Future

Earn your degree from a real, 4-year, accredited, state university focused on preparing you to excel in your future career. Every year, TROY equips thousands of men and women who enter their chosen fields career-ready and globally competitive. As a top-ranking educational institution with a reputation of integrity, patriotism and excellence, TROY provides you with value and values. Whether you plan to study in-class or online, Troy University can give you the resources and top-notch academic training you’ll need to succeed in today’s global marketplace.

 

 

Osan University – Osan Air Base

Osan University – Osan Air Base

From the President of Osan University

Love is the key to teaching and learning at Osan University.

Students, faculty and staff at Osan University love and respect each other to make a harmonious campus environment. We aim to teach our students to share and love those around us, including the neglected class in the area.

We are a university that is close to you, accessible by the metro via Osan College Station. We are very proud of our big, beautiful, eco-friendly campus that is ideally suited to learning. We are a university that steps forward with curriculum and training courses that meet the demands of the current job industry. Our capable faculty directs customized training for job placement in the industry and prepares students to become professionals in their areas of study. .

To prepare for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, we are currently building a business campus and establishing an advanced business and academic cooperation system. This program is unique to Osan University and is integrated and reinforced into all university curricular activities and is extended to student’s job placement and business start-ups.

Students at Osan University learn to devote themselves wholeheartedly, to think creatively and innovatively, and to become cooperative doers. Osan University promises to do our best to help students achieve their own goals.

 

University Principles

Osan University was established under the principles of devotion, creativity, and cooperation. Young talented and motivated people are gathered here in their passionate quest for learning. The university focuses on teaching these competent people to devote themselves to society and contribute toward community needs.

Purpose of Education

Osan University aims to teach professional theories and train practical expert skills that are necessary for the nation’s industrial growth.

Educational Policies

Students at Osan University…
1. Learn to be devoted through patience and hard work
2. Learn to be creative and innovative by expanding their thoughts
3. Learn to be cooperative through thoughtful consideration and communicating with others

 

Iditarod National Historic Trail

Iditarod National Historic Trail

Alaska’s only National Scenic Trail, the Iditarod National Historic Trail consists of a network of trails totaling more than 2,300 miles between Nome, on the Bering Strait, and Seward, near Anchorage. Originally used by ancient hunters and later by gold prospectors, the trail is now used, and best known, for the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.

Extensive landscapes surround the entire route, offering beautiful views of mountains, glaciers, and wildlife. Although it is primarily a winter trail, hikers do use sections during the summer months including the popular Crow Pass Trail within Chugach State Park.

Veterans United Home Loans – Osan Air Base

VA Loan Expertise from Veterans United

VA Loans provide some key homebuying benefits for our nation’s Veterans and military families. Veterans United Home Loans can help you maximize these benefits earned through military service, including:

No Down Payment

VA Mortgages are one of the only home loans available today with no down payment required.

Lower Payments

Competitive interest rates and no mortgage insurance mean lower monthly payments.

Easier to Qualify

Less stringent requirements can make qualifying for financing easier than other options.

Veterans United is the nation’s No. 1 VA Lender. We proudly provided more VA Home Loans to Veterans than any other lender in 2018, according to the Department of Veterans Affairs 2018 Lender Volume Report. Check out our more than 140,000+ reviews from Veterans nationwide.

https://www.veteransunited.com/reviews

VeteransUnited.com | 1-800-884-5560 | 1400 Veterans United Drive, Columbia, MO 65203 | Veterans United Home Loans NMLS # 1907 (www.nmlsconsumeraccess.org). A VA-approved lender; Not endorsed or sponsored by the Dept. of Veterans Affairs or any government agency. Licensed in all 50 states. Equal Opportunity Lender.

Fairbanks Memorial Hospital

Fairbanks Memorial Hospital

As a community hospital, and as the most advanced medical facility for hundreds of miles, we are extremely committed to treating the medical needs of everyone who comes through our doors. We have provided generations of care in the Fairbanks community, and we look forward to continuing to make sure that your family is well taken care of, at all stages of their lives, for many years to come.

Ulta Beauty

Ulta Beauty

Ulta Beauty is the US’ largest beauty retailer & premier destination for cosmetics, fragrance, body, skin & haircare products. Shop over 25,000 products from approximately 500 brands including Tarte, Redken, TULA, & CHANEL. Plus, exclusives like Kylie Cosmetics, PATTERN, florence by mills, Juvia’s Place & Ulta Beauty Collection. Conscious Beauty at Ulta Beauty offers vegan, clean, cruelty-free products in sustainable packaging with brands committed to making a positive community impact.

 

Delta Dental TRICARE Retiree Dental Program – Osan Air Base

Delta Dental TRICARE Retiree Dental Program – Osan Air Base

Enroll in the TRICARE Retiree Dental Program (TRDP) today and get coverage the following month for the most commonly needed and sought-after dental services like exams, cleanings, x-rays, fillings, root canals, gum treatment, extractions and dental accidents. Then, after only 12 months of continuous enrollment, enjoy the full scope of benefits including crowns, bridges, dental implants, partials and dentures, and orthodontics for both children and adults.

 

The Dental Clinic provides routine and emergency dental services to include; annual exam and cleaning, restorative and root canal treatments, and oral surgery. Care is prioritized in the following order; authorized beneficiaries with dental emergencies, active duty military, command sponsored of active duty, and space available for non-command sponsored of active duty, retirees, and dependents of retirees.

Mukluk Land

Mukluk Land

Mukluks are soft boots made of reindeer or seal skin, traditionally worn by native Alaskans. Mukluk Land is the Alaskan interpretation of a theme park, built from scraps and salvage.

51st Medical Group – Osan Air Base

51st Medical Group – Osan Air Base

The 51st Medical Group mission is to maintain and ensure medical readiness for contingencies by providing high-quality, Trusted Care for approximately 8,000 enrollees and 20,000 beneficiaries.

We are committed to operational readiness, outstanding customer service, and always delivering world-class health care.

  • You can see for yourself how well we are doing.
  • Click on one of the links to learn how we measure our performance.

 

VISION: Contingency-ready professionals forging the fittest and healthiest warfighting team.
MISSION: Maximize the human weapon system. Execute contingency operations. Deliver trustworthy care.
VALUES: Humble – Approachable – Credible

Disclaimer:

  • One measure is not an indication of a facility’s quality. Sometimes a smaller population can make a measure move pretty drastically from quarter to quarter, so don’t be alarmed if you see a dip or a spike.
  • If there is no data included with the description of the measures below, it may be because your facility doesn’t offer that particular service or treatment.
  • Some data is reported every month or quarter and some is reported once a year. Occasionally, a measure is no longer used. But we continue to provide the data from past years as a reference.
  • The dates we report data may vary by measure. Measuring quality, safety, access and patient experience requires time to ensure data is valid and accurate.
  • We report the same Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS) used by many civilian health care practices to monitor quality of care provided in the MHS. Before posting HEDIS data, a National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) certified auditor reviews and approves the measure process and data.
  • We report some of the measures in Calendar Year (CY) and some measures in Fiscal Year (FY). Calendar years begin on January 1st. Fiscal years begin on October 1st.
  • If you have questions, please contact the Patient Administration office at your military medical treatment facility or a beneficiary counseling and assistance coordinator
H2Oasis Indoor Waterpark

H2Oasis Indoor Waterpark

H₂Oasis Indoor Waterpark is a 56,000 square foot indoor water park located in Anchorage, Alaska, United States, just east of the Seward Highway at 1520 O’Malley Road. It opened in 2003 and was, at the time, the fifth largest indoor waterpark in the United States.

Troy University – Osan Air Base

Troy University – Osan Air Base

The History of Troy University

Troy University’s tradition of teaching excellence dates to its founding on February 26, 1887, when an act of the Alabama Legislature established Troy State Normal School as an institution to train teachers for Alabama’s schools. Joseph Macon Dill was the institution’s first president. In 1893, the school was renamed Troy State Normal College.

First Building Downtown Troy, AL

The Normal College offered extension courses for teachers and granted teaching certificates until 1929, when the State Board of Education changed the charter of the institution and renamed it Troy State Teacher’s College. That same year, the college moved to its present site and the first two buildings were dedicated: Shackelford Hall, named for Edward Madison Shackelford, president of the school from 1899-1936, and Bibb Graves Hall, named for David Bibb Graves, Alabama’s “education governor.” Governor Bibb Graves is also remembered for commissioning the Olmsted Brothers architectural firm of Brookline, Massachusetts, to design the campus landscape plan. The building has since been renamed to honor the memory of Civil Rights icon and longtime Georgia Congressman John Robert Lewis, a Pike County native.

Like many American universities, Troy State Teacher’s College enjoyed one of its most prosperous periods of growth in the years following World War II when returning veterans took advantage of the GI Bill. The enrollment of the College more than doubled and this growth led to the introduction of degree programs in disciplines other than education, most notably in business. In 1957, the State Board of Education recognized this expanded role and dropped “Teacher’s” from Troy State College’s name.

The decade of the 1950s also marked the University’s long relationship with the United States Military, as extension courses were offered on nearby bases, first at Fort Rucker, near Dothan, and later at Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery. A separate Troy State College teaching center was established at Fort Rucker in 1961, which evolved into the present-day Dothan Campus. A similar center, begun at Maxwell Air Force Base in 1965, led to the creation of the present-day Montgomery Campus. These programs were the forerunners of the modern TROY Service Centers division of Troy University, which operates all TROY teaching sites outside Alabama. In 1973, the University opened sites at military bases in Florida. Today, TROY Service Centers operate some 20 sites in seven U.S. states, at locations in Japan and South Korea, and partnerships with universities in Vietnam and Malaysia.

In 1967, Gov. Lurleen B. Wallace appointed eight members to the newly established Troy State College Board of Trustees, removing the institution from the control of the State Board of Education. One of the first acts of the new board was to recommend the change of the name to Troy State University. The new name became official on Dec. 14, 1967.

In 1975, the Phenix City Campus was opened as a branch of the main campus.

In 1982, the Troy State University System was formed, as the campuses in Dothan and Montgomery were granted independent accreditation status. In April of 2004 the Board of Trustees voted to drop “State” from the University’s name to better reflect the institution’s worldwide mission. Starting August 2005, all TROY campuses were again unified under one accreditation.

 

Troy Campus

Smaller class sizes, experienced professors with open-door policies, classmates from around the globe, exciting Division I athletics events—what’s not to love about Troy University’s Troy Campus? Every year, students from around the world find their second home in Alabama’s Wiregrass Region. This is where East meets West.

 

Dothan Campus

TROY’s Dothan Campus offers a quality, 4-year-university experience. By providing the flexibility needed to juggle work, home and life, this campus has become the academic home of working adults living within Alabama’s Wiregrass and surrounding counties.

 

Montgomery Campus

As Alabama’s Capital City continues to grow, one thing is a constant—TROY’s Montgomery Campus remains a haven for students of all ages and backgrounds throughout the River Region who share the common goal of taking their education and careers to the next level.

 

Phenix City Campus

At TROY’s Phenix City Campus, you can finish the degree you started years ago or forge a new path. Here, surrounded by a vibrant, growing city and the longest urban whitewater rafting course in the world, you can take your education and hobbies to the extreme. Here, in the Chattahoochee Valley, you can be and do anything.

 

TROY is the Pathway to Your Future

Earn your degree from a real, 4-year, accredited, state university focused on preparing you to excel in your future career. Every year, TROY equips thousands of men and women who enter their chosen fields career-ready and globally competitive. As a top-ranking educational institution with a reputation of integrity, patriotism and excellence, TROY provides you with value and values. Whether you plan to study in-class or online, Troy University can give you the resources and top-notch academic training you’ll need to succeed in today’s global marketplace.

 

 

Osan University – Osan Air Base

Osan University – Osan Air Base

From the President of Osan University

Love is the key to teaching and learning at Osan University.

Students, faculty and staff at Osan University love and respect each other to make a harmonious campus environment. We aim to teach our students to share and love those around us, including the neglected class in the area.

We are a university that is close to you, accessible by the metro via Osan College Station. We are very proud of our big, beautiful, eco-friendly campus that is ideally suited to learning. We are a university that steps forward with curriculum and training courses that meet the demands of the current job industry. Our capable faculty directs customized training for job placement in the industry and prepares students to become professionals in their areas of study. .

To prepare for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, we are currently building a business campus and establishing an advanced business and academic cooperation system. This program is unique to Osan University and is integrated and reinforced into all university curricular activities and is extended to student’s job placement and business start-ups.

Students at Osan University learn to devote themselves wholeheartedly, to think creatively and innovatively, and to become cooperative doers. Osan University promises to do our best to help students achieve their own goals.

 

University Principles

Osan University was established under the principles of devotion, creativity, and cooperation. Young talented and motivated people are gathered here in their passionate quest for learning. The university focuses on teaching these competent people to devote themselves to society and contribute toward community needs.

Purpose of Education

Osan University aims to teach professional theories and train practical expert skills that are necessary for the nation’s industrial growth.

Educational Policies

Students at Osan University…
1. Learn to be devoted through patience and hard work
2. Learn to be creative and innovative by expanding their thoughts
3. Learn to be cooperative through thoughtful consideration and communicating with others

 

Iditarod National Historic Trail

Iditarod National Historic Trail

Alaska’s only National Scenic Trail, the Iditarod National Historic Trail consists of a network of trails totaling more than 2,300 miles between Nome, on the Bering Strait, and Seward, near Anchorage. Originally used by ancient hunters and later by gold prospectors, the trail is now used, and best known, for the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.

Extensive landscapes surround the entire route, offering beautiful views of mountains, glaciers, and wildlife. Although it is primarily a winter trail, hikers do use sections during the summer months including the popular Crow Pass Trail within Chugach State Park.

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