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  • SAPR Program Volunteers

    SAPR Volunteer Guide Important Numbers
  • Services Offered

    Referrals to EDIS can come from medical professionals or families themselves. All children who are referred to EDIS must receive a timely and an appropriate evaluation to determine eligibility for services. For Early Intervention Services (EIS) a family may be referred by the child's primary care physician. Often the signs of developmental delay,
  • Sexual Assault Prevention and Response

    SARC 24-hr Hotline: 225-SARC (7272)Mission Reinforce the Air Force's commitment to eliminate sexual assaults through awareness and prevention training, education, victim advocacy, response, reporting, and accountability.VisionPromote sensitive care and confidential reporting for victims of sexual assault and accountability for those who commit such
  • Song Requests

    Click Here to Email Song RequestsDSN (on base): 225-2379/2380 Commerical (off base): 042-552-2510-52379You can give us a call or write us:From military installations or the United States: AFNEWS, Det 10 Unit 5091 APO AP 96328-5091 TEL (DSN)225-2379/2380FAX (DSN)225-2386 Commercial TEL: 011-81-3117-5-52379                                 
  • South Overrun bicycle, pedestrian path now open

    Click here for information on the unique rules and signs associated with the new South Overrun pedestrian and bicycle path.
  • Space-Available Travel

    Space-available travel, also known as Space-A, is a program that allows authorized passengers to occupy seats on DoD aircraft that are left over once all space-required passengers have been accommodated. Space-available travel is allowed on a non-mission interference basis only. Uniformed Services members on active duty must be in a leave or pass
  • Spring Fire Prevention Week April 13-17

    The 374th Airlift Wing will conduct a Spring Fire Prevention Week from April 13-17 as part of a Pacific Air Forces-wide initiative. Several recent fires at bases throughout the Pacific were the driving force behind the program designed to increase fire prevention awareness and ensure Airmen inspect both their work centers and homes for fire hazards