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UNITE Program- Joint Base Langley-Eustis

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74 Burrell Loop, Bldg #61 Langley AFB, VA 23665
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Phone: 757-764-2983 , 678-245-9390
Operating Hours
Normal Business Hours: Mon: 0700 - 1500 Tue: 0700 - 1500 Wed: 0700 - 1500 Thu: 0700 - 1500 Fri: 0700 - 1500 Sat: 1000 - 1700 *Closed Sunday & Holidays

Great news — the UNITE program funding has arrived at NAF funding! This year UNITE has added another phase to its program for 2020. Eligible units are Regular AF units and Civilians (both APF and NAF) in PHASE 2 ARC units (Reservist) at wing level and below.

Send the POC for your squadron or unite for this year's UNITED program to Darnell Hobson to brief everyone at once.

Upcoming Events

Funding | Phases

Submission Process

Step 1: Meet with squadron POC to select/develop a unit cohesive program and provide an event request form

Step 2: Squadron POC will complete the event request form, have it signed by the squadron commander, and provide to the c3

Step 3: C3 will submit requests to AFSVC C3s through the CPMS website at www.usafservices.com

  • note: if you do not have a login, AFSVC C3 will provide and assist with access to the site

Step 4: Fill out the required information in each block and press submit. Once the process is complete, a tracking ID will be assigned for your submission.

  • note: there are two separate requests for Unite funds. One for APF and one for NAF. Programs that plan to utilize both types of funds will need to fill out two separate requests

Approval Authority


UNITE provides squadron leaders with the flexibility to develop and deliver programs to build cohesion for personnel within their unit.

Unite is one component of CSAF Focus Area #1, “Revitalizing Squadrons”. Unit commanders are in the best position to execute resources that benefit Airmen under their authority. This initiative provides unit commanders with the funding to initiate programs that benefit their unit. This program will benefit all Airmen in a unit; Active, Reserve, and Civilian (appropriated and non-appropriated employees) directly assigned. Unite will be phased-in over three years due to funding requirements and the need to effectively build the program.

Phase 1: 2019, Eligible Air Force units - Regular AF units at wing-level and below.

Phase 2: 2020, Eligible Air Force units - Phase 1 plus ARC units at wing level and below.

Phase 3: 2021, Eligible Air Force units - Phase 2 plus Air Force HQs and centers above wing level.

Our service culture and traditions manifest themselves in the squadron because our Airmen most readily identify with this core fighting unit.Squadrons are the engines of innovation and esprit de corps”

- David Goldfein, General, USAF Chief of Staff

This year, the 27th Fighter Squadron turned 102 making them the oldest squadron in the Air Force. May 10, 2019, they celebrated with a burger burn followed up with a presentation by the wing historian. The event serves to recognize a storied heritage, but also embolden the age-old bond between maintainer and pilot. The UNITE Program also supported an event for the 633 IPTS. The 633 had a flight competition in ultimate Frisbee, corn-hole, and football.

For more information contact:

Darnell Hobson 633 FSS/FSW Community Program & Unit Cohesion Lead Coordinator (C3L) DSN 764-2983


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