Space A Military Travel


Military Travel

Space-A Military

Travel Information from the U.S. Air Force Headquarters Air Mobility Command


On this page:  General Information  |  Registration  |  Categories of Travel  |  Baggage  |  Space A FAQ  |  Tips for Traveling Space A   |  Space A Contact Information

General Information

  • Space available

    passengers travel only after all duty cargo and passengers have been

    accommodated.  All available seats are released, but there is no

    guaranteed movement in the preferred time frame.  Have sufficient funds

    available to complete travel using commercial transportation if


  • Space available

    (Space A) eligible travelers may not use their privilege for personal gain

    or in connection with business enterprises or employment. Space A travel

    may not be used to establish a home or when international or theater

    restrictions prohibit such travel.

  • Family members must be legal dependents – spouses and children – of military personnel (including National Guard and Reserve members).
  • Space A seats are

    normally identified as early as 2-3 hours and as late as 30 minutes prior

    to departure. Recommend checking with the passenger service center for the

    space available show time prior to departing the terminal. Be ready for

    immediate processing and boarding.

  • Travelers are

    assigned a category (see below) upon registering for travel and compete

    for seats within categories based on the date and time of registration.

    This date and time of sign-up is valid through to destination; a new date

    and time are assigned for return travel. Travelers may stand by for any

    available flight. 

  • Space required

    passengers or cargo may require the removal of Space A passengers at any

    point. If removed en route, travelers may re-register with their original

    date and time of registration. Passenger agents will assign a new date and

    time to any country changed or added to an application. Names of all

    originating space available passengers who depart on a flight will be

    removed from all destinations. Travelers should be prepared to purchase

    onward or return commercial transportation, meals, and lodging.

  • Travelers remain on

    the register for 60 days or the duration of their leave orders or

    authorization, whichever occurs first.

If you have questions

or comments, please contact an AMC supervisor or use AMC Form 253, Air

Passenger Comment, available in every major AMC operating location.


Passengers may register for travel at Passenger Service Centers in the

passenger terminal in person by fax, mail, or E-mail. Sponsors who register

in person for family members traveling with them should present all required

documents: Identification cards (DD Form 2, Armed Forces Identification

Card), passports, immunization records, and visas when required by the

DoD Foreign Clearance Guide. Travel documents must be presented when

selected for travel. Travelers may select up to five countries. We recommend

the "all" choice for the 5th destination so that the traveler may take

advantage of unscheduled unique travel opportunities.

The following

documentation is required. Please have them ready for review when selected

for travel:

  • Active Duty

    Uniformed Services Member (includes National Guard and Reserve members on active duty in excess of

    30 days and Cadets and Midshipmen of the U.S. Service Academies): DD Form

    2 (Green), US Armed Forces ID Card (Active), Form 2 NOAA (Green),

    Uniformed Services ID and Privilege Card (Active), or PHS Form 1866-3

    (Green), US Public Health Service ID Card (Active), and a valid leave

    authorization or evidence of pass status.

  • Retired

    Uniformed Service Members: DD Form 2 (Blue), US Armed Forces ID Card (Retired), DD Form 2 NOAA

    (Blue), Uniformed Services ID Card (Retired), or PHS Form 1866-3 (Blue),

    US Public Health Service ID Card (Retired).

  • National Guard

    and Reserve Members:   Authorized

    Reserve Component Members (National Guard and Reserve) of the Ready

    Reserve and members of the Standby Reserve who are on the Active Status

    List:  DD Form 2 (Red), Armed Forces of the United States ID Card

    (Reserve) and DD Form 1853, Authentication of Reserve Status for Travel


  • Retired

    Reservists Entitled to Retired Pay at Age 60:

    DD Form 2 (Red) and a notice of retirement eligibility as described in DoD

    Directive 1200.15. If the automated DD Form 2 (Red) has been issued, the

    member is registered in his or her service personnel system as a Reserve

    retiree entitled pay at age 60, and a notice of retirement is not


  • Retired

    Reservists Qualified for Retired Pay:

    DD Form 2 (Blue), US Armed Forces ID Card (Retired), DD Form 2 NOAA

    (Blue), Uniformed Services ID Card (Retired), or PHS Form 1866-3 (Blue),

    US Public Health Service ID Card (Retired).

  • On Active Duty

    for 30 Days or Less:

    DD Form 2 (Red) and orders placing the Reservist on active duty and a

    valid leave authorization or evidence of pass status.

  • ROTC, Nuclear

    Power Officer Candidate (NUPOC), and Civil Engineer Corps (CEC) Members: When enrolled in an advanced ROTC, NUPOC, or CEC course or enrolled under

    the financial assistance program: DD Form 2 (Red) and DD Form 1853.

  • Family Members

    of Uniformed Services Members:

    DD Form 1173, United States Uniformed Services Identification and

    Privilege Card.

  • EML Travelers:

    Travel orders issued by the Unified Command. Participants of the EML

    program may take no more than two trips per year and may not be taken

    within 6 months of the beginning or end of the service.

Categories of Travel

The following

is a partial listing of eligible individuals and their category of travel. 

A complete listing of eligible passengers by category is contained in DoD


Category 1

Emergency Leave Unfunded Travel Transportation by the most expeditious

routing only for bona fide immediate family emergencies, as determined by

DOD Directive 1327.5 This travel privilege shall not be used in lieu of a

funded travel entitlement.

  • Uniformed Services

    members with emergency status indicated in leave orders.

  • U.S.citizen civilians

    stationed overseas and employees of the Uniformed Services/

    Nonappropriated Fund (NAF) activities.

  • Dependents of member of

    the Uniformed Services when accompanied by their sponsor.

  • Noncommand sponsored

    dependents of member of the Uniformed Services, residing overseas with the

    sponsor, one-way to the emergency destination. 

  • Dependents, command

    sponsored of :  

  • U.S.

    citizen civilian employees of the Uniformed Service, 

  • U.S. citizen civilian

    paid by the NAF stationed overseas, or

  • American Red Cross

    full-time paid personnel serving with a DOD Component overseas.

Category 2 – Sponsors in an

Environmental Morale Leave (EML) status and their dependents traveling with

them, also in EML status.  “Sponsors” includes:

  • Uniformed Services


  • U.S. citizen civilian

    employees of the Army Forces who are eligible for Government-funded

    transportation to the United States at tour completion (including NAF


  • American Red Cross

    full-time, paid personnel on duty with DOD Component overseas. 

  • USO professional staff

    personnel on duty with the Uniformed Services.

  • DODDS Teachers during

    the school year and for Employer-approved training during recess periods.

Category 3 – Ordinary Leave, House Hunting Permissive TDY, Medal of Honor Holders,

Foreign Military, and other.  

  • Uniformed Services members in a leave or pass status.

  • Reserve components on active duty, in leave or pass status.

  • Dependents of a member of the Uniformed Services when accompanied by their

    sponsor in a leave status.

  • Uniformed Services members traveling under permissive TDY orders for house

    hunting incident to a pending PCS. 

  • One dependent may accompany a Uniformed Services member.

  • Medal of Honor recipients and their dependents when accompanied by their


  • Foreign cadets and midshipmen attending U.S. Service academies, in a leave


  • Dependents of foreign exchange Service members on permanent duty with

    the Department of Defense when accompanied by their sponsor.          

Category 4 – Unaccompanied Dependents on EML and DODDS Teachers on EML During Summer.

  • Dependents traveling

    under the EML Program, unaccompanied by their sponsor.

  • DODDS teachers of

    dependents accompanied or unaccompanied traveling under the EML Program.

Category 5 – Permissive TDY (Non-House

Hunting) Students, Command Sponsored Dependents.

  • Dependents (children)

    18-23 years of age who are college students attending in residence at an

    overseas branch of an American (U.S) university located in the same

    overseas area in which they reside, command sponsored, stationed overseas

    with their sponsor.

  • Command-sponsored

    dependents stationed overseas with their sponsor are permitted to travel

    unaccompanied to and from the nearest overseas military academy testing

    site to take scheduled entrance examinations for entry into any of the

    U.S. Service Academies.

  • Command-sponsored

    dependents of Uniformed Services members accompanied or unaccompanied who

    are stationed overseas

Category 6 – Retired, Dependents,

Reserve, ROTC

  • Retired Uniformed

    Services members

  • Dependents of retired

    Uniformed Service members, when accompanied by their sponsor.

  • Dependents, command

    sponsored, stationed overseas with their sponsor are permitted

    unaccompanied travel to the U.S. or enlisting in one of the Armed Forces

    when local enlistment in the overseas area is not authorized. If an

    applicant for Military Service is rejected, return travel to the overseas

    area may be provided under this eligibility.

  • National Guard/Reserve

    component members and authorized Reserve component members entitled to

    retired pay at age 60 (gray area retirees) has limited space a travel.

  • Newly

    commissioned ROTC officers who are awaiting call to extended active duty.


Each passenger may check two pieces of checked baggage, 70 pounds each, up

to 62 linear inches in size. Family members may pool their baggage

allowances. Hand-carried baggage must fit under the seat or in the overhead

compartment, if available.

NOTE: Baggage weight may be limited due to type of aircraft or other restrictions.

Space A FAQ

People not familiar with the Space A system often do not know the questions

to ask to make their travel easier. The following are some of the most

common Space A questions and their answers:

Question 1: Is

Space A travel a reasonable substitute for travel on a commercial airline?

Answer: The answer

depends on you! If your travel schedule is flexible and your finances permit

for a stay (sometimes in a "high-cost" area), while awaiting movement, space

available travel is a good travel choice. While some travelers sign up and

travel may be the same day, many factors could come together to make buying

a commercial ticket your best or only option. Remember, Space A travel

success depends on flexibility and good timing.

Question 2: Who

determines eligibility to fly Space A?

Answer: The four

Services jointly establish Space A eligibility. AMC’s first responsibility

is airlifting official DoD traffic. Space A passengers are accommodated only

after official duty passengers and cargo.

Question 3: How

long does my name stay on the Space A list?

Answer: All travelers

remain on the register 60 days after registration, for the duration of their

leave orders authorization, or until they are selected for travel, whichever

occurs first. Revalidation has been eliminated.

Question 4: What is

country sign-up, and how does it affect me?

Answer: Under this

program, you may sign up for five different countries rather than five

different destinations. You are also eligible for the "ALL" sign-up which

makes you eligible for all other destinations served. This gives you a

greater selection of destinations from which to choose.

Question 5: What is

remote sign-up?

Answer: Remote sign-up

allows passengers to enter the backlog by telefaxing copies of proper

service documentation along with desired country destinations and family

members’ first names to the aerial port of departure. The telefax data

header will establish date/time of sign-up; therefore, active duty personnel

must ensure the telefax is sent no earlier than the effective date of leave.

AMC terminals are not responsible for faxes not received. Mail entries will

also be permitted. Some of our AMC terminals now accept e-mail sign-up (see

paragraph 11 for those terminals so equipped). The original date and time of

sign-up shall be documented and stay with the passenger until his or her

destination is reached. On reaching destination, the passenger may again

sign-up for space available travel to return to home station.

NOTE: If applicable, a statement that all required border clearance documents are

current, is required.

Question 6:  What

is self sign-up?

Answer: Self sign-up

is a program that allows passengers to sign-up at a terminal without waiting

in line. Most locations now provide self sign-up counters with easy to

follow instructions for registration. Active duty personnel must ensure

sign-up takes place no earlier than the effective date of leave. If your

travel will take you to a foreign country, ensure border clearance

documentation is up to date. If you are unsure, verify it with a passenger

service representative on duty.

Question 7: How can

I find where my name is on the Space A register?

Answer: Each terminal

maintains a Space A register (organized alphabetically, by priority and the

date and time of registration for travel) that is updated daily. The

register is conveniently located in the terminal and directly accessible to

you. Travelers may call the terminal direct to find where they stand travel


Question 8: As a

Reservist, where can I fly?

Answer: Reserve

members with DD Form 2 (Red) identification and DD Form 1853 may fly to,

from, and between Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Guam,

American Samoa, and the CONUS. Additionally, when on active duty, members

may fly anywhere overseas that AMC has flights operating.

Question 9: As a

Retiree, where can I fly?

Answer: Retired

members with DD Form 2 (Blue) identification card may fly anywhere AMC has

flights operating, including the CONUS.

Question 10: Where and

when can my family members travel with me?

Answer: Except EML,

Emergency Travel, and Command Sponsored Category V, family members must be

accompanied by the sponsor to fly Space A. Family members may travel to/from

and between overseas locations but not within the CONUS unless manifested on

domestic leg segments of international travel.

Question 11: Can I

have family members travel with another military member if given power of

attorney, other releases, or authority?

Answer: No. Family

members may only travel when accompanied by their sponsor.

Question 12: I am

disabled. Can I have a brother, sister, or friend accompany me to help me?

Answer: The only

persons permitted to accompany you are your dependents (not in the CONUS) or

other persons eligible for Space A travel. Every effort shall be made to

transport passengers with disabilities who are otherwise eligible to travel.

Passenger service personnel and crew members shall provide assistance in

boarding, seating, and deplaning passengers with special needs.

Question 13: Do I

have to be in uniform to travel?

Answer: Each Service

determines their own travel uniform policies. Currently, all the services

permit appropriate civilian attire on DoD-owned or controlled aircraft. When

civilian clothing is worn, use common sense. Attire should be in good taste

and not in conflict with accepted attire in the overseas country of

departure, transit, or destination, as defined by the DoD Foreign Clearance

Guide. It should also be capable of keeping you warm, especially on military


Question 14: How

much baggage can I take?

Answer: As a Space A

traveler, you may check two pieces of luggage at 70 pounds each per person.

Family members traveling together may pool their baggage allowance as long

as the total does not exceed the total allowance. You may hand carry only

what fits under your seat or in the overhead compartment, if available.

Question 15: Can I

pay for excess baggage when flying space available?

Answer: No. Only duty

status passengers may pay for excess baggage.

Question 16: Do you

have any recommendations on baggage?

Answer: Yes. Travel

light, take only essentials. Do not place valuables, medicine, or important

documents in your check baggage. Be sure your name and current address are

on and inside your bags. AMC terminals have baggage ID tags available for

you to use.

Question 17: Can my

pet travel with me on a Space A flight?

Answer: No. DoD has

reserved pet shipments for passengers in permanent change of station (PCS)

status. Additionally, travel with pets would be difficult at best due to

limited aircraft pet spaces, pet import documentation requirements, and the

possibility of quarantine in the event of an aircraft divert.

Question 18: Will

Space A travel cost much?

Answer: In general,

no. Some terminals must collect a head tax or a federal inspection fee from

Space A passengers on commercial contract missions. Meals may be purchased

at a nominal fee out of most air terminals while traveling on military

aircraft. Meal service on AMC Category B full planeload charters is


Question 19: What

facilities are available at AMC terminals (nursery, BX, snack bar)?

Answer: Facilities at

most military terminals are generally the same as commercial facilities.

Facilities include exchanges, barber shops, snack bars, pay television (free

television lounge in some military terminals), traveler assistance, baggage

lockers or rooms, United Services Organization (USO) lounges, and nurseries

(at major terminals). The type of facility available will vary according to

the terminal size and location.

NOTE: Most AMC passenger terminals close at night. Space A travelers should be

prepared to defray billeting expenses.

Question 20: What

are the trends in the availability of Space A travel? Does it seem as if

there will be more or less Space A travel in the coming year?

Answer: Although AMC

has led efforts to improve Space A travel in the past few years, movement

still remains a result of unused seats. Present DoD personnel and budget

trends are affecting Space A movement opportunity. AMC is dedicated to

putting a passenger in every available seat.

Question 21: What

is the best time of the year to travel Space A?

Answer: Any time other

than peak travel and holidays (December-January and June-July) periods.

Question 22: Is it

easier to go to some destinations?

Answer: Yes. Places

where we fly often (Germany) are much easier than low frequency areas

(Australia or New Zealand).

Question 23: Can

people travel Space A to Alaska or South America?

Answer: Yes. Travelers

may obtain Space A travel to Alaska, South America, and other interesting

locations; i.e., Australia, New Zealand, etc. Travel to Alaska is relatively

easy when departing from the West Coast (Travis AFB, California, and McChord

AFB, Washington). Travel to South America and other remote areas is much

more difficult. Infrequent flights to remote areas are primarily cargo

missions and have few seats available for passenger movement. Expect long

waiting periods for movement.

Question 24: I am

retired and am traveling on a passport and my flight originated overseas.

Where in the CONUS can I fly into?

Answer: When traveling

on a passport (family members, retired uniform service, reserve, etc.), you

may return to the CONUS only through authorized ports of entry where customs

and immigration clearance is available. While you may depart the CONUS

literally from any military airfield, reentry locations for passport holders

are limited. Active duty passengers who do not require immigration clearance

have more reentry options open.

Question 25: Can I

fly on Space A on other than AMC flights?

Answer: Yes. Your

travel eligibility is for all DoD-owned or controlled aircraft. AMC,

however, does not always have knowledge of other command/services’ flights.

Telephone numbers are available for many of the passenger terminals in the

CONUS (see paragraph 11).

Question 26: Can I

call the bases for flight information? If so, what are the phone numbers?

Answer: We encourage

you to call the passenger terminal you plan on traveling through 30-60 days

before travel. The terminal will be happy to discuss their flight schedule,

Space A backlog, movement forecast, etc. See paragraph 12 for terminal

telephone listings.

Tips for Traveling Space A:

  • Plan, be flexible,

    be patient. As a rule of thumb, military ports offer more travel

    opportunities than commercial gateways (i.e., travel chances are better to

    Europe from Dover AFB DE than Baltimore-Washington IAP).

  • If possible, travel

    at off-peak Space A travel periods (i.e., peak periods are the summer

    months after school is dismissed and Christmas holiday season).

    Historically, February-March and October-November are low travel periods.

  • Be as flexible as

    possible in choosing a destination. If you want to get to Ramstein AB,

    Germany, consider a flight into Rhein-Main, Germany, or even RAF

    Mildenhall, United Kingdom, as an alternative. At Mildenhall, try for

    another flight bound for Germany.

  • There is a head tax

    on CONUS outbound or federal inspection fee on CONUS inbound international

    commercial charters.

  • When traveling

    Space A with young children, prepare for possible delays along the way

    where baby supplies may not be readily available. A good supply of games

    and books is also recommended. Be aware that a baby’s ears, like an

    adults, are sensitive to altitude pressure changes.

  • Space A is just

    that”space that is available after all mission requirements are fulfilled.

    Military aircraft are subject at all times, first and foremost, to DoD

    mission response.

Space A Contact Information

Location     Phone Number  Fax     Flight Info


Altus AFB OK DSN:  866-5288/5333
Commerical:  (580) 481-5288/5333
 DSN:  866-5573
Commerical:  (580) 481-5573
 DSN:  866-5333
Commerical:  (580) 481-5333
Andersen AFB, Guam DSN: 366-5135 or

Commercial: (671) 366-5165/5135

DSN 366-3984
Commercial: (671) 366-3984
DSN:  366-2098
Commercial:  (671) 366-2095
Andrews AFB MD DSN: 858-1854 or

Commercial:(301) 981-1854 or 3604

DSN:  858-4241
Commerical: (301) 981-4241
DSN 858-5851 or 3527
Commercial:  (30) 981-5851 or 3527


DSN: 625-3094
Commercial: (678) 655-3094
(NAS) Atlanta GA DSN:  925-6359
Commercial:  (678) 655-6359
Aviano AB, Italy DSN: 632-7680
Commercial: 39-434-66-7680
DSN 632-7782
Commercial:  39-434-66-7782



243-6900/Commercial:  (410) 918-69001-877-429-4262

DSN 243-6932
Commercial: (410) 918-6932
DSN 243-6900
Commercial 410-918-6900
(NAS) Brunswick ME DSN:  476-2689
Commercial:  (207) 921-2689
Ben Gurion IAP, Israel Commercial only:

(972) 03-977-4333



Cairo East AB, Egypt

(See Note)

DSN: 725-1456 ext.

Commercial: 20-2-357-3212



Cannon AFB NM DSN:  681-2801/2802
Commercial:  (505) 784-2801/2802
DSN:  681-4658
Commerical:  (505) 784-4658
Charleston AFB SC DSN: 673-3083/3048
Commercial:  (843) 963-3083/3048
DSN:  673-3060
Commercial:  (843) 963-3060
DSN: 673-3082
Commercial:  (843) 963-3082
Charleston IAP SC DSN: 673-5794/5795
Commercial: (843) 963-5794/5795
DSN: 673-3845
Commercial: (843)  963-3845
DSN 673-5794
Commercial:  (843) 963-5794

New Zealand

DSN:  Not available
Commercial: 64-3-358-1457
DSN:  Not available
Commercial: 64-3-358-1455


Columbus AFB MS DSN: 742-2861
Commercial: (601) 434-2861 
(NAS) Corpus

Christi TX

DSN: 861-3385
Commercial:  (361) 939-3385
Davis-Monthan AFB


DSN:  228-3641
Commercial: (520) 228-3641
DSN:  228-7229
Commerical:  (520) 228-3641

Saudi Arabia

DSN: 318

Commercial: 966-3-899-1119

DSN:  318 431-4364  
Diego Garcia DSN

Commercial: 011-246-370-2745/ 2795

DSN: 315-370-2787
Commercial: 011-246-370-2787
Dobbins ARB GA DSN:  925-4903
Commercial:  (678) 655-4903
DSN:  925-6155
Commercial:  (678) 655-6155
Dover AFB DE DSN: 445-4088
Commercial: (302) 677-4088
DSN: 445-2953
Commercial:  (302) 677-2953
DSN 445-2854
Commercial (302) 677-2854
Edwards AFB CA DSN:  527-4185/4412
Commercial:  (805) 277-4185/4412
DSN:  527-5544
(805) 277-5544
Eielson AFB AK DSN: 377-1854/1250
Commercial: (907) 377-1854/1250
DSN:  377-1862
Commercial:  (907) 377-1862
Elmendorf AFB AK DSN: 552-8588/4616
Commercial: (907) 552-8588/4616
DSN 552-3996
Commercial: (907) 552-3996
Fairchild AFB WA DSN 657-5435
Commercial (509) 247-5435
DSN 657-4909
Commerical (509) 247-4909 
(509) 247-4636.

ext. 531

F. E. Warren WY 1-800-832-1959

(Option 7)

Forbes Field KS DSN:  720-4210
Commercial:  (913) 231-4210
DSN:  720-4555
Commercial:  (913) 231-4555
(JRB) Fort Worth TX DSN:  739-6288/6289
Commercial:(817) 782-6288/6289
(817) 782-628  
Grand Forks AFB ND DSN: 362-7105
Commercial: (701) 747-7105
DSN 362-3448
Commercial: (701) 747-3448
Grissom ARB IN DSN:  928-2254/2255
Commercial:  (765) 688-2254/2255
Guantanamo Bay,


DSN: 732-3960 ext

Commercial: 011-63-99-6408/6204/6397

Hickam AFB HI

Commercial:  (808) 449-1515/6833/1854

DSN:  448-1503
Commercial:   (808) 448-1503
Hill AFB UT DSN:  777-1854/2887
Commercial:  (801) 777-1854/2887
DSN:   777-3249
Commercial:  (801) 777-3249
Holloman AFB NM DSN:  572-5411
Commercial:  (475) 479-5411
Homestead ARB FL DSN:  535-7089
Commercial:  (786) 415-7089
Incirlik AB, Turkey DSN: 676-6424/6425
Commercial: 90-322-316-6424 or 6425
DSN: 676-3420
Commercial:  90-322-316-3420
MCAS Iwakuni Japan DSN 253-5509
Commercial 81-6117-53-5509
DSN 253-3301
Commercial 81-6117-53-33
DSN 253-1854
Commercial 81-6117-53-1854
(NAS) Jacksonville


DSN:  942-3956/3825
Commercial:  (904) 542-3956/3825
DSN:  942-3257
Commercial:   (904) 542-3257
Jackson IAP MS (Thompson Field) DSN 828-8761
Commercial 601-405-8761
DSN 828-8698
Commercial:  601-405-8698
Kadena AB, Japan DSN: 634-2159
Commercial: 011-81-611-734-2159


Keesler AFB MS DSN:  597-1259
Commercial:  (228) 377-1259
Commercial:  (228) 377-2488 Commercial:  (228) 377-4538


DSN: 450-6139
Commercial: 354-425-6139


Kelly AFB TX DSN:  945-8714/8715
Commercial:  (210) 925-8714/8715
DSN:  945-2732
Commercial:  (210) 925-2732
(NAS) Key West FL DSN:  483-2769
Commercial:  (305) 293-2769
DSN:  483-2126
Commercial:   (305) 293-2126
Kirtland AFB NM DSN:  246-1652/2075
Commercial:  (505) 846-1652/2075
DSN:  246-8545
Commercial:  (505) 846-8545
Kunsan AB, Korea DSN: 782-4666/ 5403
Commercial: 82-654-470-4666/ 5403
DSN 782-7550
Commercial: 82-654-470-7550
Lajes AB, Azores DSN:

535-3227/Commercial: 351-295-540100-3227

Langley AFB VA DSN:  574-3531
Commercial:  (757) 764-3531
DSN:  574-4311
Commercial:   (757) 764-4311
DSN:  574-5807
Commercial:  (757) 764-5807
Little Rock AFB AR DSN:  731-3342/3933
Commercial:  (501) 987-3342/3933
DSN:  731-6726
Commercial:  (501) 987-6726
(NAS) Lemoore CA DSN:  949-1680
Commercial:  (209) 998-1680
Los Alamitos Army

Air Field CA

DSN:  972-2571
Commercial:  (562) 795-2571
DSN:  972-2878
Commercial:  (562) 795-2878
Los Angeles IAP CA DSN: 833-0714/ 0715
Commercial: (310) 363-0714/0715/1-800-756-2640 (press 0 for agent)
DSN 833-2790 
Commercial:  (310) 363-2790
DSN 833-0716
Commercial (310) 363-0716/1-800-756-2640
Luke AFB AZ DSN:  896-7131/7132
Commercial:  (602) 856-7131/7132
MacDill AFB FL DSN 968-2440/2485
Commercial:  813-828-2440/2485
DSN:  968-7844
Commerical:  (813) 828-7844
Commercial:  (813) 828-2310
McChord AFB WA DSN: 382-7259
Commercial:  (253) 982-7259
DSN 382-6815
Commercial:  (253) 982-6815
DSN: 382-7268
Commercial:  (253) 982-7268
McClellan AFB CA DSN:  633-3944/4105
Commercial:  (916) 643-3944/4105
McConnell AFB KS DSN 743-4810
Commercial:  316-759-4810
DSN:  743-1032
Commercial: (316) 759-1032
 DSN:  743-5404
Commercial:  (316) 759-5404
McGuire AFB NJ DSN: 650-5023/2864
Commercial: (609) 754-5023 or 2864
DSN:  650-4621
Commercial:  (609) 754-4621
800-569-8284 ask

for 754-9950

Malmstrom AFB MT DSN:  632-4622
Commercial:  (406) 731-4622
March ARB CA DSN:  947-2913/2914
Commercial:  909) 655-2913/2914
Maxwell AFB AL
(E-mail is only for sign up, not information!)
  DSN: 493-6114
Commercial:  334-953-6114
 DSN 493-6760
Commercial:  334-953-6760
(NAS) Memphis TN DSN:  726-5332
Commercial:  (901) 291-7202
RAF Mildenhall,

United Kingdom

DSN: 238-2248/ 2526
Commercial: 44-1638-54-2248 or 2526
DSN:  238-2250
Commercial:  44-1638-54-2250
Minot AFB ND DSN:  453-2347/2348
Commercial:  (701) 723-2347/2348
DSN:  453-3637
Commercial:  (701) 723-3637
(NAS) Miramar CA DSN:  267-4285
Commercial:  (858) 577-4285
Misawa AB, Japan DSN: 226-2370/2371
Commercial:  011-81-3117-66-2370/ 2371
DSN 226-4455
Commercial 011-81-311-766-4455
DSN 226-2852
Commercial 011-81-3117-66-2852 (after 7 p.m. local time)


Commercial only: 

254-2-537-800 ext. 3390

Commercial only: 



Italy (Capodichino Airport)


Commercial: 0039-081-568-5247/5283


314-626-5259/5499 Commercial: 0039-081-568-5259/5499

Nellis AFB NV DSN:  682-2562/6099
Commercial:  (702) 652-2562/6099
DSN:  682-2561
Commercial:  (702) 652-2561
(NAS) New Orleans


DSN:  678-3101
Commercial:  (504) 678-3101
Naval Station  Norfolk VA DSN: 564-4118/

Commercial: (757) 444-4118/ 4148/ 3947

DSN:  565-7501
Commercial:  (757) 445-7501
(NAS) North Island


DSN:   577-9567
Commercial: (619) 545-9567
Commercial:  (619) 545-9532
Offutt AFB NE DSN:  271-6235/7111
Commercial:  (402) 232-6235/7111
DSN:  271-6715
Commercial:  (402) 294-6715
Osan AB, Korea DSN: 784-1854
Commercial: 011- 82-31-661-1854
DSN:  784-4897
Commercial:  011-82-31-661-4897
DSN 784-1854
Commercial:  011-82-31-661-1854
(NAS) Patuxent

River MD

DSN:  342-3836
Commercial:  (301) 826-3836
Pease ANGB NH DSN:  852-3323
Commercial:  (603) 430-3323
(NAS) Pensacola FL DSN:  922-3311
Commercial:  (850) 452-3311
Patrick AFB FL DSN: 854-5631
Commercial: (321) 494-5631
(321) 494-7991  
Peterson AFB CO DSN: 834-4521
Commercial: (719) 556-4521
DSN: 834-4979
Commercial: (719) 556-4979
DSN: 834-4707
Commercial: (719) 556-4707
(NAS) Point Mugu CA DSN:  351-7731/7305
Commercial:  (805) 989-7731/7305
DSN:  351-4085
Commercial:  (805) 989-4085
Pope AFB NC DSN 424-6527/6528
Commercial:  (910) 394-6527/6528
Ramstein AB, Germany DSN: 479-4440/4299
Commercial: 011-49-6371-46-4440-4299
DSN 480-2364
Commercial:  011-49-6371-47-2364
Randolph AFB TX DSN:  487-1854/3725
Commercial:  (210) 652-1854/3725
Rhein-Main AB, Germany DSN: 330-7746
Commercial: 011-49-69-699-7746
RAAF Richmond, Australia Commercial:






Rickenbacker IAP OH DSN:  696-3128/4102
Commercial:  (614) 492-3128/4102
DSN 696-4681
Commercial (614) 492-4681
 DSN 696-3143
Commercial (614)492-3143
Robins AFB GA DSN:  468-3166/4915
Commercial:  (912) 926-3166/4915
(NAS) Rota,


DSN: 727-2411/ 2171
Commercial: 34-956-822411 or 34-956-822171
DSN 727-1734
Commercial: 34-956-821734
Scott AFB IL DSN: 576-2014/3017/

Commercial: (618) 256-2014 or 3017 or 4042

DSN:  576-1946
Commercial:  (618) 256-1946
DSN 576-1854
Commercial:  (618) 256-1854

(SeaTac) IAP WA


(toll free)
DSN: 382-0555 
Commercial (253) 982-0555

DSN: 382-0557
Commercial (253) 982-0557
877-863-1463 (toll


Sigonella Airport, Sicily DSN: 624-5576
Commercial: 011-39-95-86-5576
Souda Bay,


DSN 266-1275/ 1383
Commercial: 30-821-66200-1275/1383
DSN:  266-1525
Commercial:  30-821-66200-1525
DSN 266-1387
Commercial:  30-821-66200-1387
South Weymouth MA DSN:  955-2713/2667
Commercial:  (617) 786-2713/2667
Stewart ANG NY DSN:  636-2226
Commercial:  (845) 563-2226
DSN:    636-2228
Commercial:  (845) 563-2228
Thompson Field, Jackson


DSN 828-8761
Commercial 601-405-8761
DSN 828-8698
Commercial:  601-405-8698
Tinker AFB OK DSN:  339-4360/4339
Commercial:  (405) 739-4360/4339
DSN:  339-3826
Commercial:   (405) 739-3826
Travis AFB CA DSN: 837-1854
Commercial: 707-424-1854
Tyndall AFB FL DSN:  523-4244/4245
Commercial:  (850) 283-4244/4245
Westover ARB MA DSN:  589-2549
Commercial:  (413) 557-2549
(NAS) Whidbey

Island  WA

DSN:  820-2604
Commercial:  (360) 257-2604
(NAS) Willow Grove


DSN:  991-6216/6217
Commercial:  (215) 443-6216/6217


DSN:  787-7741/8549
Commercial:  (937) 257-7741/8549
DSN:  986-1580
Commercial:   (937) 656-1580
DSN:  787-6235
Commercial:  (937) 257-6235
Yokota AB, Japan DSN: 225-5661/ 5662
Commercial:  81-3117-55-5661
DSN:  225-9768
Commercial:  81-3117-55-9768
DSN 225-7111
Commercial:  81-3117-55-7111

Note:  To arrive at

Cairo East, individuals must have a sponsor stationed in Egypt to escort

them off base.  To depart Cairo East, individuals must request a base access

letter from the Office of Military Cooperation at the U.S. Embassy at least

five days prior to intended departure.