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  • B-52 Stratofortress

    MissionThe B-52 is a long-range, heavy bomber that can perform a variety of missions. The bomber is capable of flying at high subsonic speeds at altitudes up to 50,000 feet (15,166.6 meters). It can carry nuclear or precision guided conventional ordnance with worldwide precision navigation capability.FeaturesIn a conventional conflict, the B-52 can
  • Pacific Air Forces

    Pacific Air Forces, headquartered at Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii, is a major command of the U.S. Air Force and is the air component of the U.S. Pacific Command. Mission PACAF's primary mission is to provide U.S. Pacific Command integrated expeditionary Air Force capabilities to defend the Homeland, promote stability, dissuade/deter aggression,
  • IG Complaint Frequently Asked Questions

    Question 1: Where do I file an IG complaint?Question 2: How do I file an IG complaint? Question 3: How do I write an allegation? Question 4: When do I file an IG complaint? Question 5: What issues are normally handled by the IG? Question 6: What happens after I file a complaint? Question 7: What rights do I have as a complainant? Question 8: Will
  • Andersen Air Force Base, Guam

    As the host unit at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, the 36th Wing mission is to project airpower, expand combat capability, and strengthen partnerships from the forward edge of the Indo-Pacific.The wing comprises the 36th Operations Group, 36th Mission Support Group, 36th Maintenance Group, 36th Medical Group and 36th Contingency Response
  • Special Education/EIS

    Exceptional Family Member ProgramThe Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) is mandatory for all family members who have been identified with a special medical or educational need. Enrolling in the EFMP ensures that the family member's medical needs will be considered during the assignment coordination process.Children from Birth to Three Years
  • Relocation Assistance

    Relocation AssistancePrograms and ServicesWhile moving is always stressful, your stress can be drastically reduced if you take full advantage of the information, education, and personal assistance provided to you by the Relocation Program. This is the place to find answers and get referral to other installation resources as well as assistance with
  • AIRMAN & FAMILY READINESS CENTER - Spouse Information

    AIRMAN & FAMILY READINESS CENTERPhone: 366-8136Spouse Newcomers Orientation (SNO) - Quarterly orientation designed for newcomer spouses (third Thurs of Jan, Apr, Jul, and Oct). Welcome brief is usually presented by WG/CC Spouse. Event also includes USDA Brown Tree Snake briefing, Info Fair, and history and culture briefing w/coconut husking, and
  • In Processing

    Check-in ProceduresInprocessing ProceduresBe sure to keep your sponsor advised on your arrival status. Almost everyone will come in after hours, because of the time changes from the States. You will need to check in with your Squadron where it will be determined when, and at what time, you will need to report to work.The 24-hour arrival point is
  • Passport and I.D. Cards

    GENERAL ENTRY REQUIREMENTS IDENTIFICATION CREDENTIALS FOR OFFICIAL TRAVEL   US Military--Military personnel do not require passports but do require military ID cards and travel orders.   US Government civilians--No-fee passport required for PCS civilian personnel assigned to Guam. ](1) Explanation: Although PCS to most US possessions does not
  • 337 - Legal

    The 337 ASUF Legal Office is committed to providing US Military personnel and their dependents in Australia with first-rate legal services. The links below provide additional information on commonly asked questions. We can be reached at: 337 ASUF/JA Unit 11004 APO AP 96549 Fax: 011 612 6273 3979 Phone: 011 612 6214 5804/5817 e-mail:
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