To deliver superior support, sustainment, and quality of life to joint forces, while solidifying partnerships at the Forward Edge.
To be an agile force executing the mission with pride, discipline, innovation, and teamwork.
The 36 FSS supports 36th Wing personnel and mission partners at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam. It employs 370 military, civilian, and contract professionals providing essential mission support services and programs within ten flights: Child and Youth Programs, Civilian Personnel, Manpower and Organization, Military Personnel, Force Development, Sustainment Services, Military and Family Services, Resources, Community Services, and Operations.
The 36 FSS's programs, facilities, and services enhance force readiness, retention, esprit de corps, and morale and welfare to over 9,000 military and civilian personnel, three geographically-separated units, ## tenant units, as well as 30,000 retirees and their families.
Child and Youth Programs Flight
Child and Youth Programs (CYP) provides high-quality educational and recreational childrens’ programs that respect families’ cultures and values. Whether your child is an infant or in high school, needs care full time, before and/or after school, or youth sports, CYP will provide a safe environment for your child to explore and learn. CYP programs are fully accredited, and its professionals are committed to serving children of all races, ethnicities, and abilities, with an emphasis on respectful, positive interactions that fosters each child’s development and growing independence. Caring, knowledgeable CYP professionals plan and facilitate developmentally appropriate activities that are responsive to all children’s ages, abilities, and interests. CYP is ready with trained professionals and outstanding programming to meet your family’s unique childcare needs and recreational interests.
Need to find a childcare? Check out the DoD’s Military Child Care site: https://public.militarychildcare.csd.disa.mil/mcc-central/mcchome
Civilian Personnel Flight
The Civilian Personnel Office (CPO) provides classification and staffing of positions, employee benefits and entitlements, and employee and labor management relations for Air Force appropriated fund positions. Need a job quick? Check out the Direct Hire page for current listings: https://www.andersen.af.mil/Direct-Hire-Program/
Manpower and Organization Flight
The Manpower and Organization Flight is your GO TO spot to validate mission requirements! This office works side by side with unit leaders to maximize manpower resources required to efficiently accomplish the assigned mission. Manpower provides continual advocacy of units' priorities/mission needs while providing manpower analysis and assessments.
To access the Unit Manpower Documents (UMDs), click this link: https://usaf.dps.mil/sites/andersen/36WG/SitePages/36-WG-UMD.aspx UMDs are updated on a monthly basis.
Military Personnel Flight
Your Military Personnel Flight (MPF) provides assistance with general personnel information such as ID cards and records updates to include but not limited to: base-in processing, evaluations, decorations, assignments, promotions, separations, and much more. The MPF services active duty military, retirees, and authorized family members.
The MPF is open Monday thru Friday, closed holidays, family days, and the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month.
Please use the following link or QR Code to book an appointment: https://waitwhile.com/welcome/36fssmpf
Force Development Flight
The Force Development Flight includes the base Education and Training Center, as well as the base Library. If you’re looking to start or finish a degree in advanced education, the Education Center is the place to go. Services offered include Air Force tuition assistance, education testing with the College Level Exam Program (CLEP) and DANTES Subject Standardized Test (DSST), certification and college testing at the UMGC National Test Center, and military testing. Further services include CCAF guidance, Air Force Cool, SkillBridge, commissioning program information, Post 911 and GI Bill education programs and scholarship opportunities for enlisted, officer, and civilian personnel, as well as dependents and retirees.
The Andersen Library manages circulating book collections (adults, juvenile fiction), children’s programs and access to electronic resources with free Wi-Fi and commercial network computers. It boasts a wide variety of videos and CDs for loan. In addition, the library provides Children’s Storytime sessions, STEM activities, and numerous activities for the entire base population all year round. It is the perfect place to spend time researching, studying, or just relaxing.
Sustainment Services Flight
This flight is all about supporting Team Andersen, and provides the following:
Magellan Inn Dining Facility: Join us seven days a week at the Magellan Inn Dining Facility for a delectable a-la-carte dining experience open to all with base access.
Coral Reef Fitness Center/Annex: Our 24-hour fitness havens boast free weights, cardio equipment, courts, locker rooms, and even intramural sports, making it a paradise for fitness enthusiasts and night owls alike.
Andersen Official Mail Center: Your gateway to official mail, our office processes unit Official Mail correspondence and provides limited APO services to dorm-dwellers, ensuring your mail travels securely.
Military and Family Services Flight
This Flight supports individual and family readiness by linking members and their families to helpful resources to meet their professional and personal needs. The M&FRC offers programs that include Personal and Family Readiness, Transition Assistance, Relocation Assistance, Personal Financial Management, Family Life Education, Voting Assistance, and Information and Referral.
Check the M&FRC page here: https://www.andersen.af.mil/aafrc/
The FSS Resource Advisors are here to help you navigate those tricky Private Organization and booster club requirements so you can make the most out of earning money for your team. They will also help you find other sources of FREE money, such as the Air Force UNITE Program, to help fund your morale and recreation events. For more information on sources of funds you could be utilizing for your unit, check out this flyer: (see attached)
Community Services Flight
Welcome to the fun flight! Often referred to simply as “MWR” (Morale, Recreation, and Welfare), this flight is a one-of-a-kind experience packed with a wide range of activities and services to satisfy all your needs. Whether you're an adventure seeker, a creative soul, a pet lover, a food enthusiast, or simply looking to unwind, they’ve got you covered.
Explore the great outdoors with Outdoor Recreation options; take a class or purchase an engraved gift at Arts & Crafts; perfect your swing at the Palm Tree Golf Course; or roll for strikes at Gecko Lanes Bowling Center. Your furry friends will be pampered at the Pet Lodge while you embark on an unforgettable trip booked by the Information Travel and Tours office. Liberty’s single airman program serves as a bridge connecting service members with opportunities for off-duty programs, social activities and services that promote healthy lifestyle choices and behaviors.
Need a place to host a training, change of command, retirement ceremony, or farewell? The Sunrise Conference Center and Top of the Rock are at your service. For the foodies, indulge in delicious dishes at Meridian Café, and just to relax, Shakey’s Cove Bar is the place to be. Those yearning for a tropical escape can unwind at Bamboo Willies.
Whether you're dreaming of a white Christmas, a tropical holiday by the beach, or a culturally rich celebration, MWR’s hosting of base holiday events promises to deliver the magic, joy, and wonder that make the holiday season truly special. Join us in creating unforgettable moments and spreading holiday cheer!
No matter your passion or preference, this flight is here to make sure you have the time of your life. Get ready to satisfy all your travel, hobby, automotive, outdoor, sporting, pet care, and dining needs. Your adventure begins here!
For more information please visit: http://militarymwrguam.com/
This flight includes Readiness, Plans, and Programs, as well as Mortuary Affairs. The Readiness Office oversees the unit’s deployment capabilities, streamlining the order to carry out and deliver Airpower throughout the globe. They manage over 20 Commander Programs, scheduling Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) training to ensure 36 FSS Airmen are Mission-Ready. Ensuring all members have the capability and combat arms qualifications to utilize weapons hands-on. Additionally, this office orchestrates and carries out the blueprints for success in planning and programs for operating the base. Lastly, when disastrous times hit, the Mortuary Affairs team responds to ensure ALL brothers and sisters in arms are adequately taken care of with the highest respect, honors, and dignity, providing the surviving family members their benefits.
Lt. Col. Jessica Zamparini
Commercial (671) 366-4550