Base Announcements



Happy Wednesday! Here’s your weekly DM Bulletin with scheduled events and closures.




Black Belt Workshop

Nominations are being accepted for the next Continuous Process Improvement Black Belt course, scheduled for 27 Feb-30 Apr on Tuesdays from 1300-1500 ET on Microsoft Teams. The course is available to all Green Belt-certified members. Submit your nominees to the 355 Wing Process Manager, Mrs. Delandrea Towns, at by 16 Feb. Not quite ready for Black Belt, but interested in completing your Green Belt? Contact Mrs. Towns at 228-4332 or email.


Amazon Flex Delivery Update

A recent influx of personal deliveries have been left at the Visitor’s Center. These packages are being shipped via Amazon Flex services. Amazon Flex contractors are part-time employees who operate similar to DoorDash. The Official Mail Center has no plans to allow Amazon Flex contractors with base access. Only full-time carriers such as USPS, UPS, DHL, and FedEx, that have been vetted through Security Forces, can deliver to base residents and units. If patrons continue to use Amazon Flex services, they may not receive their packages.


27-29 Jan BX/Express Warehouse Schedule

27 Jan (Saturday) – Express

                                   Operation – 0800-1800

                                   Inventory – 1600

 28 Jan (Sunday)   – Main Store Warehouse

                                   Operation – 0900 – 1900

                                   Inventory – 0800

 28 Jan (Sunday)   – Military Clothing Sales

                                   Operation – Closed

                                   Inventory – 0800

 29 Jan (Monday) – Main Store Sales Floor

                                   Operation – 0900 – 1500

                                   Inventory – 1600


Base Housing Inspections

Soaring Heights residents should have received a second notification letter, from the Military Housing Office, detailing the upcoming 5-23 Feb housing inspections. Providing safe and affordable housing to members and their families is a top priority for the Department of the Air Force and the inspection findings will be used to make improvements to the overall program and housing units. If you did not receive the letter in your email, or have inspection questions, reach out to the MHO at 520-228-3687 or


Town Hall Rescheduled

Due to scheduling conflicts, the 8 Feb town hall meeting has been moved to 22 Feb.


355th Wing Quarterly Awards

The Wing Quarterly Awards ceremony will be hosted at the Community Center on 31 Jan at 2 p.m.


DAF National Mentoring Month Events

This year's theme is "Are You Ready?" The NMM presents a unique opportunity to underscore the crucial role of mentorship within our Total Force Readiness framework. Mentoring not only contributes to individual growth but is also integral to our collective development and success as a team. The theme is a call to action for all members to engage in mentoring relationships both as mentors and mentees, recognizing that preparedness for any challenge is significantly enhanced through shared knowledge and experience.  The events planned by DAF are open to all MAJCOMs and will be accessible via the hyperlinks below and on the attached 2024 Mentor Month One-Pager advertisement. From virtual discussions to interactive workshops, these events are designed to help inspire and foster a culture of mentorship within our MAJCOM.


24 Jan (1800-1900 EST) – US-MENTORING-US | Focusing on peer-to-peer mentoring, encourages participants to share experiences and learn from each other in an informal, collaborative setting; highlights the value of horizontal learning and the sharing of diverse perspectives.

31 Jan (1100-1200 EST) – CIVILIAN LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT SCHOOL (CLDS) -MENTORING IN ACTION | Mentoring in Action: a Live Virtual Mentoring Workshop for supervisors and managers to improve employee performance planning, goals, and outcomes.

1 Feb (1100-1200 EST) – ESTABLISH A MENTORING PROGRAM | Aimed at unit leaders and program managers, provides guidance on setting up effective mentoring programs within their respective units. Topics include program structure, mentor/mentee matching processes, and measuring program success. For questions or concerns, reach out to the MAJCOM mentoring POCs: 1st Lt Lindsey Soukhome at or Ms. Bridget Yarbough at


Vets-2-Industry and City of Tucson representatives, will be coming to DM to host a military transition event on 1 Feb from 0930-1100 in the Community Center Rincon room. The event will highlight military transition resources and organizations, VA process information, and Q&A sessions. Click here to sign up.



Coffee with the Commander is tomorrow at 0700 in Fast Brrreak.



The 355th Wing is hosting its annual Spark Tank. The Wing is looking to fund the most innovative requirements from across the installation, specifically looking for requirements developed by Airmen to improve or increase efficiency of daily job functions & tasks. Anyone on the DLT team is eligible to submit requirements for funding. Airmen who submit requirements will need to prepare a presentation pitch for the Spark Tank panel on 5 April, and the best requirements will be funded! 


For more information and to start the process of submitting an innovative idea for funding, please see the attached flyer and use the QR code listed. For further questions, reach out to Lt Zachary Sorg ( or A1C Klaudia Tucker (  Deadline to submit requirements for funding: 23 February

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  • Limited to 80 Spots; slots are first come/first served. Instruction will NOT be given on the weapon system, current weapon certification NOT needed.
  • Active-Duty, Guard and Reserve are eligible to register.  Time slots start at 0800, 1000 and 1200. If you miss your appointed time; your score will be a zero, you may NOT attend a different time unannounced or to make up.
  • Military will be in uniform.
  • Prior EIC medal winners are NOT eligible to participate in that category they’ve already been awarded medals for.
  • Top 10% of competitors will be awarded “Excellence-In-Competition” medal authorized to be worn on the service dress uniform.
  • To register, please contact Combat Arms via e-mail, Please include in the email: Name, Rank, Unit, email, phone number, local address, SSN and requested time slot. You’ll receive confirmation of your entry once your information is submitted.

For questions please contact: POC: SSgt Victor Chang at or DSN 228-7993 or 228-8377.



Domestic abuse is devastating to service members and their families, presenting significant challenges, and weakened mission readiness. We all need to recognize – and take seriously – any signs or reports of an unsafe relationship, whether a couple is dating or married. We are always ready to support you and get you connected to resources if in need and can be reached at (520)-228-5554.  #DVAM #UnitedAg #IntegratedResilience



Do you find yourself in the same destructive dating patterns over and over again? Do you only see red flags when it is too late? Do you keep dating the “wrong” people despite your better judgement?


If your answer to any of those questions is yes, Family Advocacy would love to have you join us for the upcoming HOW TO AVOID FALLING IN LOVE WITH A JERK class!


What: How to avoid falling in love with a Jerk

When: Thursday Feb 1st, from 1000-1200

Where: 355 MDG Annex, across the street from the post office


Give us a call at 228-2104 to sign up today!



Have you been thinking  it might be time for a change? If you are feeling ready to choose happiness over anger, join us for the next fun and interactive Anger Management class. We will talk about different ways you can manage your emotions, and find more joy in life. Our next series of classes start on Wednesday, Jan 24th 2024 , and runs for 8 consecutive sessions. See details below!


WHEN: January 24th – March 13th from 10:00 – 12:00

WHERE: 355 MDG Annex, Bldg 4339, across the street from the post office

Give us a call: 228-2104 to sign up today! 

Effective 06 February, the basketball court at the Benko Fitness Center will be reserved from 0700-1300, every Tuesday and Thursday, for HAMR testing. Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays will follow the current reserved hours of 0900-1300. Basketball may be played at any time, but PT tests will take priority during these hours. If you have any questions or concerns, please call the Benko Fitness Center at 228-0022, or contact Mr. Brown, TSgt Eady, or SSgt McDonough

Are you getting what you want from your closest relationships? Do your intimate relationships cause you excessive stress ? Do you struggle with setting boundaries? If so, join us for our upcoming Relationship SOS class. You will learn more about your personal attachment style,  how it impacts your relationships and constructive ways to improve communication overall. Our next series of classes start on Wednesday, Jan 24th 2024 , and runs for 6 consecutive sessions. See details below!

WHEN: January 24th – February 28th from, 13:30 – 15:00

WHERE: 355 MDG Annex, Bldg 4339, across the street from the post office
Give us a call: 228-2104 to sign up today! 



355th CES would like to notify all base personnel of an authorized contractor, B&F contracting, which will be supporting a base-wide sewer project until October 2024. Base personnel may notice them in and around the base in their labeled trucks. They will not be entering any buildings. The Contractor is conducting physical construction work making repairs and replacing Sewer Drain Lines. You may observe them working at a Manhole in the roadway or near a sidewalk. All necessary measures will be taken not to impede the flow of traffic. Their efforts should not impact day-to-day operations, but base personnel will be notified if that changes.



If you are planning an event with more than six guests, please email for a special event template. Once complete, the request must be submitted to the 355 SFS Pass and Badge office no later than ten duty days (Monday-Friday excluding Federal Holidays) prior to the event. The request must be submitted from a military email address. If you do not have a military email address available, please stop by our office to show proof of military affiliation. Once verified, you may email your template from a personal email account.



Did you know that the Mental Health clinic offers in-unit workshops that focus on various topics, such as sleep, stress, time management and resilience. If you are interested, please call the Mental Health clinic at 228-4357 to schedule your unit.



Only sponsors, parents, or guardians are granted access to a limited set of the teenager’s records such as appointments, secure messages, immunizations, and allergy information. Sensitive clinical information is restricted from view in accordance with State Laws and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.



The 355th Medical Group is offering a mass CPR course to train PTLs. This class is open to PTLs on appointment letters needing initial or renewal CPR training. Two classes on Tuesday, 13 FEB 24 will be offered at 0830-1130 & 1300-1600. Please reach out to Education & Training by emailing or call 520-228-2742. A copy of your PTL appointment letter will be required to complete registration.


Patient & Family Partnership Council 

Our next meeting will be held on February 1, 2024 at 0800 at Fast Brrreak. Topics will include medical referrals, the EFMP program, and PCM change requests. No RSVP is necessary and children are welcome!





When: January 22nd-26th from 07:00 -17:00

Type/Shop: Road Closure

Facility Manager: N/A

DSN: 228-4242

Reason: To repair underground sewer.





Borman K8 located on DMAFB is looking for STEAM presenters for their upcoming STEAM night at Borman K8. Calling all of those interested in sharing their expertise in the science, technology, engineering, art and math with up to 500 students that attend Borman K8.

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On February 17th there will be a basketball and cheer competition at 2100 West Curtis Rd, Tucson AZ. There are multiple volunteer spots available at the following link:



TSgt Samantha Chacon


We hope this message finds you well. As part of our ongoing commitment to supporting the community, we are excited to announce a Blood Drive taking place on 01/29 (Monday). Your participation can make a significant impact, and to express our gratitude, all donors will receive a $20 Amazon eGift Card, with an additional $5 bonus for those who opt for a powered donation.

WHEN: Monday, 01/29/2024

TIME: 10am – 3pm

WHERE: Hope Chapel


Here are some important updates:


Mad Cow Travel Restriction Lifted: We are pleased to inform you that the restriction on individuals who have traveled overseas and were exposed to Mad Cow disease has been 100% LIFTED. If you were previously ineligible due to this restriction, we now welcome your participation in the blood drive.


Changes to Travel Guidelines:

Please be aware that there have been significant changes to travel guidelines. If you have any questions or concerns regarding eligibility based on recent travel, we encourage you to reach out to us at 1(800) 733-2767 or visit our website at for the most up-to-date information.


Our goal for this blood drive is to collect 39 pints of blood. Your generous contribution can help us achieve this target and make a positive impact on those in need.


To schedule your appointment, please visit

We appreciate your support and look forward to seeing you at the Hope Chapel on 01/29/2024.



  • Act as the eyes & ears of the Festival
  • Facilitate any & all actions to keep the Festival running smoothly
  • Situations encountered might include:
    • medical
    • * facilities * sanitation * security * lost
    • children * any matter requiring action *
  • Having prior experience as a Festival volunteer is helpful, but not required
  • Knowledge of the Festival layout is essential
  • An orientation to this position and mall layout will be scheduled
  • Must be able to deal effectively with varying temperaments
  • Requires extensive walking and exposure to sun during entire shift






Mar 8, 7:00 am - 11:00 am



Mar 8, 10:30 am - 2:30 pm



Mar 9, 7:00 am - 11:00 am



Mar 9, 10:30 am - 2:30 pm



Mar 9, 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm



Mar 10, 8:00 am - 12:00 am



Mar 10, 11:30 am - 3:30 pm



Mar 10, 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm



NOTE:  While the "official" job description for Ops Troubleshooters suggests previous experience is desired, we are well aware that military professionals are specifically trained to perform similar activities in a wide variety of situations. In fact, our past experience has taught us that DM volunteers are particularly well suited for this role!

Pre-Festival Banner Installation > Job Description (as advertised on our website)

  • Work in teams to install banners on exhibitor booths
  • Must be willing/able to work in seasonal sun/heat for extended periods
  • Must have NO physical limitation!
  • Job conditions/skills
    • Work outdoors for extended periods; subject to seasonal sun/heat
    • Walking & carrying materials/supplies (up to 20 pounds)
    • Use of basic tools (pliers, wire cutters)
    • Working on ladders
    • No physical limitations






Mar 5, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm



Mar 6, 8:00 am - 2:00 pm



Mar 7, 8:00 am - 2:00 pm



In years past, we've had some DM units that have wanted to volunteer as a group. If there are units that would like to pursue this option, we would be happy to reserve spots and send a private link that they can share with the members of their unit. However, I would suggest that this be done sooner, rather than later, as these jobs are currently available to the public via the TFOB Volunteer Registration Form

Of course, we invite all interested individuals to check out all volunteer jobs available at our TFOB Volunteer Registration Form, if the above suggested jobs are not a good match.



Bimi Huebner
Volunteer Co-Chair

520-906-5694 cell





- The “Sound the Alarm, Save a Life” is an effort to save lives by installing smoke alarms for free to local residents.

- No training or equipment is needed! Just register and show up.

- Baked goods, Sonoran hot dogs, and a free shirt will be provided as a ‘thank you’ for your effort.

- Finally, there will also be a ceremony to honor a life-saving Red Cross member.



TYP is the largest platform in Arizona for professionals aged 18-45 to Connect, Grow, and Advocate for the career and community they want to see. With the support and sponsorship of the Desert Thunder Squadron private organization, any Airmen on base aged 18-45 can opt-in to FREE membership with TYP and access the full array of TYP resources, programming and services provided for Tucson networking and connection, professional development, and community impact.


INTEGRATED RESILIENCE OFFICE Address That Stress! You take care of others . Be sure you take care of yourself, too. One resource we’d like to highlight this week is the option for Military OneSource. It is free and confidential for service members and families to help with a broad range of concerns including money management, relationships, stress, and grief. Add us on FB @DMAFB Integrated Resilience Office to connect and let us know how you Address That Stress! You can always reach us at (520) 228-5554.


DAVIS-MONTHAN AIRMAN’S ATTIC Call-out for volunteers! The Airman’s Attic needs more hands to help sort items generously donated to support military individuals and their families. They are also in need of helpers to keep the Airman’s Attic open. The hours will be 1500-1700 Monday or Wednesday. For more information, contact Amn Eli Johnson at or call 240-385-4989.




The 68 RQS is the Guardian Angel Formal Training Unit (FTU) designated by ACC as the premier facility tasked with training Pararescue and Combat Rescue Officer advanced skills. We have the unique opportunity to expose trainees to a broad set of challenges utilizing realistic field training scenarios to prepare them for the future fight. Currently we are gearing up for one of our exercises and we need volunteers! Please let me know if you are able to volunteer for one or multiple days.


Who: All who would like to volunteer to dress up as a local national/team member, or as a patient with fake injuries and act out this role.

What: Combat Team Member Course (CTMC)

When: 6 role players each day: Tuesday- Friday (13-16 Feb 2024). Show time @0900 – End 1415/// 30 volunteers: Monday, 10 Oct is our MASCAL. Show time @ 0500 – End 1330

Where: 68th Rescue Squadron 4525 S. Phoenix St. Bldg. 4853

POC: TSgt Sabrina de Vera & A1C Olivia Gilmore  DSN: 228-9505   EMAIL: &




Good morning DLT,


I hope this message finds you well and that you are all having a great 2024 so far!


Are you a driven Airmen (E1-E4) who is ready to embark on a journey of growth and success? Well, ACE Council would love to help you with your journey!


ACE is an all-airman organization on DMAFB (E-1 to E-4). We provide morale events, networking, and volunteer opportunities for our fellow Airman! Our goal is to promote excellence, professionalism, and to be a beacon of inspiration to our next emerging leaders at DMAFB.


As a member, you'll be able to obtain access to unique opportunities for personal development, networking opportunities with your fellow peers, and be a contributing factor for meaningful projects/events. Only for a one-time fee of $10. For all the supes with troops! Please encourage your people to become a part of ACE and get their name out there!

If you would like to join or seek more information and/or guidance for the application process. Feel free to reach out to our membership coordinator(s) A1C Fernandez, Mark or A1C Six, Tristian


Below are the new meeting times for the Airman Committed to Excellence (ACE) council and some upcoming events that we are planning for!

ACE Meeting Times: Community Center

  • 2nd Wednesday: Executive Council Meeting @ 1330
  • 3rd Friday: All/New Members Meeting @ 1430

Upcoming Events

  • Valentines Day Movie Night
  • March Madness
  • Field Day
  • Speed Mentoring PD




DoD STARBASE Arizona Volunteer Opportunities STARBASE is a DoD program which provides 25 hours of STEM instruction to 5th grade students around the Tucson and Vail area.


Guest Speakers - Are needed for the dates listed below. 30 minute slot presenting your career and how it connects to science, technology, engineering and mathematics.


CLASS 04 (11:30-12:00) JANUARY 25TH AND 31ST


Rocket Launch - Volunteers are needed to assist the students with launching their rockets at the far end of Benko Gym’s parking lot.  We launch 5 rockets at a time…pretty amazing!  Sign up as a team or individually. 


CLASS 01 (11:15-12:00) * 6 spots available * 



 CLASS 02 (10:45-11:30) * 6 spots available *



 CLASS 03 (10:30-11:15) * 6 spots available *



 CLASS 04 (10:45-11:30) * 6 spots available *



Workcenter Tour Host – Provides an opportunity for students to see science, technology, engineering, and math in action. STARBASE provides transportation from the PDC to your workcenter for a 1-hour visit.


CLASS 01 (10:30-11:30) 



CLASS 03 (10:00-11:00) 



Sign up for as many opportunities as you like as you like.  Come as a team! We appreciate your support of our DoD Youth STEM Program.

POC: Kristine Impellizzeri – email: or; telephone at 520-479-4945


Learn about DoD STARBASE –

For all contacts typically listed in the base-wide email, visit the “Weekly Newsletter” tab at To include an announcement, send a short message with the POC contact information to no later than 1500 on Tuesdays. DO NOT SEND ATTACHMENTS. THEY MAY NOT BE DELIVERABLE TO SOME BASE POPULACE.



355th Wing Public Affairs

Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz.

Comm: 520-228-3406/DSN: 228-3406

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Base Events

Loft Sunday Meal: The Loft will be serving green chile casserole, enchiladas, refried beans, chips and salsa and dessert on 1 October at 1700 for dorm Airmen. POC is SrA Paige Weldon at


Town Hall Meeting: Anyone with base access is invited to a Town Hall Meeting hosted by the Wing Command team on 19 October at 1700 at the Community Center. POC is 355th Wing Public Affairs at or 225-3406.


W.I.N.Gs Breast Cancer Awareness 5K: Join Women Inspiring the Next Generations (W.I.N.Gs) as we host our annual Breast Cancer Awareness 5K event on 13 October at 0800.  Use the link W.I.N.Gs Breast Cancer Awareness 5K ( to register. POCs are SrA Lemus (  and A1C Gomez  (


AFSA Meetings: Come out and support your Air Force Sergeants Association Chapter 1261. The monthly membership meeting will be held the second Thursday of every month at 1530 at the Thunder Alley Bowling Center on base.


Couples Communication Class

Offered by Family Advocacy!

Dates: Fridays, Aug 18-Sept 29

Time: 1330-1500

Location: 355 MDG Annex, across the street from the post office

Contact Family Advocacy at (520) 228-2104 to sign up today!


Heart Link Spouse Orientation: Join us to learn about on & off base resources such as benefits, employment opportunities, education, and childcare. Morning refreshments and Lunch will be provided.


Offered by Military & Family Readiness Center

Date: Friday, October 13, 2023

Time: 0800- 1400

Location: Military & Family Readiness Center, 5355 E. Granite St. Bldg 2441

RSVP BY: Thursday, October 12, 2023. Call M&FRC at: 520-228-5690 or E-mail:


Parenting with Love and Logic:

Offered by Family Advocacy

Dates:  Tuesday Sept 12th - October 17th  (6 sessions)

Time:  1500-1600

Location:  355 MDG Annex, across the street from the post office

Contact Family Advocacy to sign up, 228-2104 to sign up today!


DM Tech Expo: FREE and open to all with access to Davis-Monthan AFB! This will be  great opportunity for personnel to view emerging technology solutions and network. FREE light breakfast and lunch will be provided throughout the day.


What: The Annual Davis-Monthan AFB Tech Expo

Where: The Landing Community Center

When: Wednesday 18 Oct.

  • 0830-0900 Senior Leadership Tour (Command Sections, CIOs, CTOs, PEOs, Directors, Deputies, etc.): During this guided tour, each exhibitor will give a one-minute presentation of available services and solutions. A unique chance for senior leadership and subject matter experts to come together and preview the exhibits in a time-efficient manner.
  • 0900-1300 General Admission: Open to all personnel.

A large turnout is expected, so you are encouraged to not only save the date but to sign up early. To register and suggest technologies/exhibitors of interest visit, 

Davis-Monthan AFB Volleyball Teams: Men’s, Women’s, CoEd: Looking for DM military and military-affiliated members to play on our base teams! Current Practices are Monday’s and Friday’s, 1630 at the Benko gym. Team member expectations include: high school varsity experience level if possible, commitment to practice, Improvement, and competing in tournaments, as well as a small annual fee. Interested? Come out to practice or contact Coach Carmen (Women’s & CoEd) or Coach Justin (Men’s)


Soccer pick-up games: Calling all soccer fans, come show off your skills while getting some fitness as well! Come join us at 1830 Tuesdays and Thursdays at Bama Park for pick-up soccer. If you have any questions, contact Amn Eric Ati at


Davis-Monthan Airman’s Attic: Call-out for volunteers! The Airman’s Attic needs more hands to help sort items generously donated to support military individuals and their families. They are also in need of helpers to keep the Airman’s Attic open. The hours would be 1500-1700 Monday or Wednesday. Inquiries and volunteers can contact Amn Eli Johnson at or call him at 240-385-4989.


Post-partum Pelvic Floor Group Class: Hosted every 2nd Friday of the month at 1400-1530. New Active Duty Mom’s starting at 6 weeks post-partum to 2 years out are welcome to take an hour to themselves to learn about self-care. There will be tips, tricks, and exercises provided to get you back on track for physical aspects of daily life, return to duty, and return to PT testing. Hosted by 355th Medical Group Physical Therapist Dr. Kaele Cooper. Please call 520-228-2886 to get scheduled today!


Human Performance Center: Waist-to-height measurement getting you in a bind? Wondering how to measure your progress and inch towards success? We are here to help! Scan the QR code and scroll to “Best S.E.L.F” classes on nutrition, fitness, and healthy behaviors. These classes are hosted at the Human Performance Center (prior HAWC, next to Benko) each month. Want to bring us out to your unit instead? Reach out to the instructor(s) directly to schedule!


For all contacts typically listed in the base-wide email, please visit the “Weekly Newsletter” tab at To include an announcement, send a short message with the POC contact information to no later than 1500 on Tuesdays.

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Get Connected!

Thinking of leaving active duty? Contact your local Air Force Reserve in-service recruiters!

Last names (A-K): TSgt Jeremy Tietz, 520-559-4306

Last names (L-Z): MSgt Sergio Marquez, 520-262-5088

Downtown Tucson Line Recruiter: MSgt Rob Capogrosso, 520-268-2191

162d Arizona Air National Guard

Thinking of leaving active duty? Palace Chase/Palace Front Questions? Contact your local Air National Guard Recruiter:

Main Office: (520) 955-7000

TSgt Sophie Stewart: (520) 955-0186

TSgt Brittany Klein: (520) 295-6467

TSgt Fancemichell Hate: (520) 250-2296

TSgt Nathan Brady: (520) 306-6640

Flight Chief: TSgt Matthew Garcia (520) 955-0183

In Service Recruiter: MSgt Sean Stanton: (714) 833-4644

Transition Assistance Program (TAP) Requirements

Is your ETS or anticipated retirement date within the next 2 years?  TAP provides information and training to ensure service members transitioning from active-duty are prepared for their next step in life - whether pursuing additional education, finding a job in the public or private sector or starting a business. Completion is mandatory IAW Public Law 101-510.

Register for Pre-separation counseling by emailing the TAP team at  or call 228-5690. 

*TAP requirements must be complete before applying for Skill bridge

Human Trafficking, Report It!

If you suspect Human Trafficking, report it! Contact the DoD Hotline or call (800) 424-9098.

For 24/7 assistance, call the National Human Trafficking Resource Center at (888) 373-7888.

For 355th Security Forces Squadron, call (520) 228-3200.

Need to speak to a Chaplain?

If you need to talk to the on-call chaplain, call the command post at 228-7400.

If you would like to request a chaplain for an invocation, please call 228-5411