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Robins AFB Our Military in Houston County

Robins Air Force Base is in the geographic heart of Georgia, largest state east of the Mississippi River. Atlanta, the state capital, lies about 100 miles north on Interstate 75, and Florida is four hours south on the interstate. Macon, “Cherry-Blossom Capital of the World” and Georgia’s fourth-largest city, is 15 miles north of the base. Interstate 16 intersects with I-75 in Macon and leads to Savannah, the Atlantic Ocean and the Golden Isles.

Robins AFB is the largest industrial complex in Georgia. The base covers more than 6,934 acres and contains more than 14 million square feet of facilities. It also has Georgia’s longest runway: 12,000 feet long by 300 feet wide with two 1,000-foot overruns.

Robins Air Force Base is home to multiple missions under multiple commands, all working together to defend America. Major units include the 78th Air Base Wing, the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex and the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center. The base is also home to a number of associate units, including the Air Force Reserve Command, the 116th and 461st air control wings, and the Defense Logistics Agency. For a full list of units at Robins AFB, visit


In fiscal 2017, personnel at Robins AFB included 5,938 military members, 13,686 appropriated fund civilians and 2,633 employees who were funded by other sources.

Economic Impact

Robins AFB’s total annual economic impact on Georgia in fiscal 2017 was approximately $2.87 billion. It created about $1.1 billion in jobs.


Robins AFB Our Military History

When on June 14, 1941, the War Department officially approved building an Army air depot in Georgia, leadership considered it part of a long-range plan to prepare American defenses in case of war. Instead, the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor precipitated immediate construction of this vital installation, what eventually became Robins AFB, named after Brig. Gen. Augustine Warner Robins. Robins was one of the Army Air Corps’ first general staff officers and commander of the Fairfield Air Intermediate Depot, Ohio, from 1921 to 1928; deputy commander of the Materiel Division, Wright Field, Ohio, from 1931 to 1933; and commander at Wright Field from 1935 to 1939. His principal interest throughout his career was air-based combat logistics, and he is considered the Air Force’s Father of Logistics.

Construction officially started on the new Georgia Air Depot, 16 miles south of Macon, on Sept. 1, 1941. Bordered by the Ocmulgee River on the east and the sleepy little Southern Railroad whistle-stop of Wellston on the west, the flat former dairy farm had begun its transformation into what is today the largest industrial installation in Georgia.

Known early on as the Georgia Air Depot, it was redesignated as the Southeast Air Depot, Wellston Air Depot, Wellston Army Air Depot, Warner Robins Army Air Depot, Warner Robins Air Depot Control Area Command, Warner Robins Air Service Command and Warner Robins Air Technical Services Command during World War II.

At the end of war, as its function changed and satellite bases closed, the name altered again to the Warner Robins Air Materiel Area. In April 1974, new worldwide responsibilities led to its renaming as the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center, which was deactivated in July 2012, then immediately activated as Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex.

Today, the WR-ALC and Robins AFB are the state’s largest industrial facility. Throughout its existence, the center’s mission and responsibility have been the supply of parts for maintenance, repair and storage of aircraft vital to the nation’s defense. The major change in this mission has been the enormity of its growth and its technical complexity. In World War II, personnel at Robins AFB maintained warplanes as well as trained and dispatched more than a quarter-million maintenance, supply and logistics field team members to every theater of war.

After World War II, the number of military and civilian employees dropped dramatically until by March 1946, it had fallen to 3,900. However, the critical role that Robins AFB and its repair and supply personnel played in the Berlin Airlift (Operation Vittles) from 1948 to 1949 swelled its workforce to 11,000. Growth continued with the advent of the Korean War.

Once again the nation took notice of the essetial role of the depot — then known as the Warner Robins Air Materiel Area. In one of their finest efforts, workers at the center literally unwrapped and refurbished hundreds of “cocooned” Boeing B-29 Superfortresses. Understaffed and working around the clock, they made sure that United Nations forces in the Far East had the tools they needed to fight the North Korean invaders of South Korea. The U.S. B-29s proved to be key in bombing Communist supply lines and staving off the enemy’s assault on allied forces pinned down inside the Pusan Perimeter.

The lesson of Korea was not lost on Washington policymakers. Ever since, both the Air Force and Department of Defense have always ensured that Robins AFB is adequately staffed. Robins AFB and the WR-ALC played major parts in the Vietnam War through the resupply of troops and materiels known as the Southeast Asian Pipeline.

In 1990 and 1991, Desert Shield and Desert Storm once again challenged the WR-ALC and Robins AFB workforce to provide supplies, parts, repairs and personnel to coalition forces in the Persian Gulf, wresting Kuwait from Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein’s occupying forces. Personnel at Robins and throughout the Air Force airlifted more supplies and aircraft to the Persian Gulf theater of war in 14 weeks than the Allies had airlifted in 14 months to West Berlin during the Berlin Airlift.

Robins AFB, like all U.S. military installations, was deeply affected by the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11. 2001. The base took up its role in the global war on terrorism, surging repair materials and spares and pushing forward sustainment and support operations for U.S. forces in harm’s way.

Between Oct. 7, 2001, and March 18, 2002, Robins AFB personnel performed remarkable service for allied forces during Operation Enduring Freedom, the liberation of Afghanistan. This performance continued during Operation Iraqi Freedom from March 19 to May 1, 2003, as allied forces destroyed the regime of Saddam Hussein.

Since that time, Afghan and Iraqi rebuilding efforts have also been supported by the men and women of Robins AFB. Even after Hussein’s capture, underground resistance has continued in both nations. However, the U.S. has remained determined to complete its nation-building effort, and Robins has continued its crucial contributions to this cause.


Robins AFB Our Military Organizations


The wing has been supporting combat operations for more than 60 years. The base has incredible diversity in missions, ranging from operational flying wings to specialized support services. The wing is composed of four groups.

The 78th Mission Support Group manages and directs essential base operating support functions, which enable effective command, control and communications; law enforcement; security; civilian and military personnel; education services; family services; information management; child care and youth activities; community activities; lodging; fitness; food services; and mortuary affairs. The group provides base-level management of key logistics support and infrastructure to include vehicle management, supply fuels, and contingency planning and execution.

The 78th Air Base Wing Communications Directorate employs information technologies to enable the center to enhance war-fighter capabilities.

The 78th Civil Engineer Group is responsible for providing, operating, maintaining, restoring and protecting the managed assets of the Robins infrastructure and facilities, including environmental stewardship, real estate management, comprehensive and space management, energy and utility systems, roads and grounds, military family housing, facility maintenance and repair in-house and by contract, fire emergency services, and readiness and emergency management services.

The 78th Medical Group provides health care services for more than 47,000 military and civilian personnel.


The WR-ALC provides depot maintenance, engineering support and software development to major weapon systems (F-15, C-5, C-130, C-17 and Special Operations Forces aircraft). The complex achieves command objectives providing a capability and capacity to support peacetime maintenance requirements, wartime emergency demands, aircraft battle damage repair and a ready source of maintenance of critical items.


The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center is the single center responsible for total life cycle management of Air Force weapon systems. The center was activated in 2012 when the Air Force Materiel Command transitioned from 12 to five centers (a sixth center stood up in 2014). Key goals of the center are to improve weapon system acquisition and product support, simplify and reduce overhead structure, and eliminate redundancies by consolidating staff functions and processes. The center provides oversight of most program office personnel previously aligned in aerospace sustainment directorates at the former Air Logistics Centers at Robins Air Force Base; Hill Air Force Base, Utah; and Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma.


Robins AFB Our Military Arrival

See the Getting To & Around Houston County chapter for information about local airports and public transportation. The closest commercial flights land at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta, about 1.5 hours from Robins AFB. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport has shuttle service to the base. Visit the airport’s website,, for more information. If you fly into Middle Georgia Regional Airport, you can contact the base transportation office at 478-926-3493.


Contact your sponsor with your estimated arrival time and flight information, if applicable, prior to your arrival at Robins Air Force Base.

Sponsorship is vital to the relocation process. Don’t PCS without talking to your sponsor before departing for Robins Air Force Base. Your sponsor will answer any questions you have about the base and the local area, make lodging or dorm arrangements and meet you upon arrival. Your sponsor will be there to help you and your family until you are settled into your new community.

If you have not been in touch with a sponsor and your departure is nearing, contact your gaining unit or call the Military Personnel Section at 478-222-6862.


Cellphone use by the driver of a moving motor vehicle is prohibited on all Department of Defense installations, unless the cellphone is used with a hands-free device.

From Middle Georgia Regional Airport

Robins AFB is approximately 10 miles south of Middle Georgia Regional Airport. From the airport, take Georgia Highway 247 south to Gate 1 on Green Street.

From Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

Follow Interstate 75 south for about 79 miles to Georgia Highway 247 south. Take Georgia Highway 247 south for about 12 miles to Gate 1 on Green Street.

From Interstate 75

Newcomers who arrive in their vehicles will more than likely be traveling on Interstate 75. Take Exit 146 to Georgia Highway 247 Connector, also called Centerville/Watson Boulevard (east), to the main gate (Gate 3), approximately 5.8 miles. Or you can take Exit 144 to Russell Parkway (east), which will take you directly to the rear of the base (about 10 miles).


Military Personnel Section
Building 767 478-222-6862

Military members entering Gate 3, open 24/7, will be directed during duty hours to the INTRO Office, in Building 767, or to the 24-hour arrival point at Pine Oaks Lodging, in Building 557. The first full duty day after arrival, your sponsor will take you to your unit’s orderly room, which will schedule an appointment for inprocessing. Bring all hand-carried records with you for inprocessing.

Civilians assigned to Robins AFB should report to their assigned command support staff office. For more information, visit the Civilian Personnel Office, Building 376. Contact the office at 478-222-0601.

You will need to take two copies of your orders to your current finance office no earlier than 30 days prior to your outprocessing so your financial records can be updated for your PCS move. Your finance office will also brief you on your authorized PCS financial entitlements to include BAS, BAH, direct deposit, advance pay, per diem, mileage, dislocation allowance and temporary lodging expense. It is important to keep all receipts for filing your travel voucher upon arrival. If you have any questions, contact your serving finance office to assist you with any PCS entitlements. Note: You must receive concurrent travel approval from the gaining commander when bringing family members to the new duty station.

If you get married before you PCS, you must inform your commander and follow the procedures exactly as instructed. The military will not pay for your spouse’s travel and housing if you do not follow proper procedures.


Pine Oaks Lodging

Club Drive, Building 557 478-926-2100

Pine Oaks Lodging provides safe, comfortable and clean accommodations for military members and their families who are being assigned to Robins AFB. Pet-friendly units are available. Amenities include free Wi-Fi, cable TV, coffee makers, microwaves and refrigerators. Check the website for more information.

Getting Settled

Robins AFB Our Military Getting Settled


78th Medical Group

655 Seventh St., Building 700
Central Appointments 478-327-7850
Dental Clinic 478-327-8056
Mental Health 478-327-8398
Pharmacy 478-327-8150
Suicide Crisis Lifeline and Chat 800-273-8255

The 78th Medical Group provides medical, dental and public health services for people assigned to Robins AFB, their families and retirees. The group provides care in flight medicine, family health, mental health, dental health, optometry, pediatrics, physical therapy and more. Hours vary by clinic; call for current hours of operation.

There is no on-base emergency room. Those who have an emergency should go to the Houston Medical Center emergency room at 1601 Watson Blvd. in Warner Robins or the nearest emergency room. Patients are asked to contact their primary care manager within one duty day to report any care received at an emergency room to ensure proper follow-up.

The Fast Forward clinic, in Building 49 on the flight line, provides preventive health education, acute care or care for workplace injuries, work-related rehabilitation for musculoskeletal conditions (such as back and shoulder injuries), medical exams, follow-up injury care and aftercare conditioning programs. The centralized location allows employees who work in industrial areas of the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex access to health professionals, within a few minutes’ walk from most worksites. For more information, call 478-468-2038.

Dental care for beneficiaries is extremely limited, except for after-hours emergency dental care for acute problems such as uncontrolled pain, swelling or trauma. Family members of active-duty personnel are encouraged to use the TRICARE Dental Program. Program information is available by visiting


TRICARE is the health care program for active-duty and retired service members, their families and survivors. TRICARE provides health plans, prescriptions, dental plans and other special health programs to its beneficiaries. TRICARE’s mission is to enhance the Department of Defense and the nation’s security by providing health support for the full range of military operations and sustaining the health of all those entrusted to their care.

TRICARE offers a range of health care plans. TRICARE Prime is the mandatory health care option for active-duty service members. Family members of active-duty service members, retired service members and their families may also use this option. If you use TRICARE Prime, you are assigned a primary care manager at a military or network provider who delivers most of your care. If you need care your PCM cannot provide, you are referred to a specialist. Active-duty service members and their families pay nothing out of pocket for this option; however, there is less freedom to choose your provider. On Jan. 1, 2018, TRICARE Standard and Extra were combined into a new plan, TRICARE Select. Select is a standardized fee-for-service plan available to family members of active-duty service members, retired service members and their families. After you enroll in TRICARE Select, you may schedule an appointment with any TRICARE-authorized provider. Referrals are not required, but you may need prior authorization from your regional contractor for some services. You will pay a copay or cost share based on the type of care and provider you see. Costs for Select vary, but you will pay an annual deductible as well as a percentage of covered services. Non-network providers may charge up to 15 percent more than the TRICARE allowable charge; you are responsible for these extra charges. TRICARE also offers plans for remote and overseas locations, reserve military members, young adults who are no longer covered under regular TRICARE coverage and other scenarios.

TRICARE coverage is completely portable, so it moves with you when you relocate. Follow these simple steps to ensure you have no break in coverage when you move:

  • Do not cancel your TRICARE Prime enrollment option before you move.
  • Update your personal information in DEERS immediately when you arrive at your new location.
  • Select a new primary care manager.

If you are already using TRICARE Select, moving is easy. When you arrive at your new location, update your personal information in DEERS. Then find TRICARE-authorized providers in your new area. Remember, you may have a new regional contractor and claims filing address.

TRICARE’s online tools can help you find and compare plans that you are qualified to use. Beginning in 2019, however, TRICARE will allow you to switch between plans only if you have a “qualifying life event” such as the birth of a baby or a move. For a complete description of the types of coverage programs and regions, visit For more information about recent changes to TRICARE, visit


Housing Management Office

775 Macon St. 478-926-3776

The Robins AFB Housing Management Office is ready to support you in your transition to your new home and community. Use its resources to become familiar with your housing options and available support services. When you arrive at Robins AFB, visit the HMO for invaluable information, counseling and guidance before you sign any written lease or sales contract for housing.

Unaccompanied Housing

775 Macon St. 478-327-6110

Unaccompanied housing is provided for unaccompanied airmen in the ranks of E-1 to E-3, and E-4 with less than three years of service. Each airman is provided a private sleeping room, furnishings, bed linens and supplies required for comfortable living. Permanent-party unaccompanied housing consists of private rooms and shared bathrooms. Amenities include plentiful parking, a walking and biking trail, grills and picnic tables, a lighted basketball court and a sand volleyball court. The dining facility is conveniently located in the center of the campus.

Unaccompanied airmen in the rank of E-4 with more than three years of service will move into housing in the local community.

Robins Family Housing

75 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. 478-929-8988

At Robins AFB, military family housing is privatized. In addition to your option to purchase and rent housing in the local community, you may choose to live in privatized housing by signing a tenant lease agreement with Hunt Military Communities, which owns the family housing and is responsible for constructing, maintaining, repairing and managing the community.

For comprehensive information about homes and amenities in the Robins privatized housing community, visit the Robins Family Housing website.


Post Office
740 Macon St., Suite 100 478-926-3078

To receive mail for general delivery, use the following address:

Your Name
General Delivery
740 Macon St.
Robins AFB, GA 31098


Veterinary Services

655 Seventh St., Building 703 478-327-8448

The Robins veterinary treatment facility is professionally staffed by personnel with the primary mission of providing complete veterinary care for all government-owned animals. Though it also offers many types of routine care services for pets of military families, most pet emergencies are best handled by a full-service civilian veterinary hospital; see the Military Buyer’s Guide tab to connect with local veterinarians.

Services include preventive medicine and vaccinations, health certificates for interstate and international travel, microchip ID systems, shots, over-the-counter flea and tick medication, heartworm treatments and more. Call to make an appointment or for more information.

All pets living on base must be registered with the facility upon arrival. On-base housing limits the number and breed of pets that can live in on-base housing.


Robins AFB Chapel

655 Ninth St. 478-926-2821

The chapel offers opportunities for worship, religious education, fellowship and other means of spiritual growth. Programs are designed to meet the religious needs of all ages. For information on special programs, wedding policies and procedures, and other faith groups and denominations, contact the chapel. For current service times, visit the chapel’s website.


Vehicles don’t have to be registered with Robins AFB, but every privately owned vehicle on base must be insured and have a current license plate. Georgia state traffic laws apply on base; see the Getting To & Around Houston County chapter on Page 20 for more information. All vehicles entering or leaving base are subject to search.

Serving You

Robins AFB Our Military Serving You



Byron Street, Building 166
(inside the Base Restaurant) 478-222-7827

Base Restaurant

Byron Street, Building 166 478-926-6972

Fairways Grille

Warner Robins Street,
Building 595 478-923-1717

Flight Kitchen

Blunk Avenue, Building 2062 478-327-4180

Heritage Club

Ninth Street, Building 956 478-222-7899

On Spot Cafe

Ninth Street, Building 908 478-926-5240

Pizza Depot

Ninth Street, Building 956 478-926-0188

Wynn Dining Facility

Seventh Street, Building 768 478-926-6596

For hours of operation, menus and special event information, visit


Education and Training Office

620 Ninth St.
Building 905, Suite 113 478-327-3884

The Education and Training Office provides quality educational and training opportunities to support mission readiness and professional and personal development for both the civilian and military populations. Staff members can assist with information on college and university programs, tuition assistance, counseling and testing services. Several local institutions offer degree programs at Robins, including Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Georgia College & State University, Georgia Military College and Middle Georgia State University.


Airman & Family Readiness Center

725 Ninth St.
Building 794, Suite 100 478-926-1256

The Airman & Family Readiness Center is a one-stop information and referral center and the cornerstone of the Robins family support system, helping airmen and their families enhance their readiness and quality of life.

The Airman & Family Readiness Center offers the following resources: Air Force Aid Society assistance, family readiness education and assistance, personal financial management, family life education, information and referral services, employment assistance, relocation assistance and transition assistance. Free child care is available through the Child Care for PCS program for 20 hours per child within 60 days of your arrival.

The center serves all single and married active-duty military, Department of Defense civilian personnel, Guard and Reserve members on active duty, other eligible uniformed members, military retirees and eligible family members. Call the center to schedule an appointment for consultations or to ensure services are available when visiting.

Child Development Centers

East, Building 943 478-926-5805
West, Building 946 478-926-3080

The child development centers offer weekly care for children 6 weeks to 5 years old, and hourly care can be reserved on a space-available basis. The centers provide a safe, nurturing environment that promotes the social, cognitive, language and physical development of youngsters. The centers are accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children.

Children of active-duty military personnel, DOD civilian personnel, Reservists on active duty and DOD contractors are eligible. Fees are based on total family income. Registration requires a completed DD Form 2606, immunization records, leave and earnings statements, and emergency contact information.

Exceptional Family Member Program

Building 700 478-327-2988/8415

This program provides special-needs families with information and referral services.

Family Child Care

765 10th St.
Building 942 478-926-3080

Family Child Care provides an alternative to child development center care for families that need evening care, weekend care, care for children with special needs, infants and school-age children, as well as care during swing and midnight shifts.

The program also offers an opportunity for spouses to contribute to the family income while caring for their own children.

FCC providers are well-trained, they and their family members undergo a thorough background check and their homes are inspected for health, safety and other requirements. In addition, their homes are monitored regularly by program staff.

School Liaison Office

725 Ninth St.
Building 794, Suite 100 478-327-5524

The school liaison office connects Robins AFB families and private and public schools. The office supports service members during all stages of transition and deployment to ensure children receive every possible opportunity for quality education.

Youth Center

Building 1021 478-926-2110

In addition to before- and after-school care, the Youth Center offers children age 5 to 18 years old a variety of sports, including basketball, football, soccer, cheerleading and baseball. The center has a full-size game room with TVs, a gym, a rock-climbing wall and a computer lab. The center offers various activities for youths, such as special-event dances, carnivals, bowling, camping, fishing, swim parties, lock-ins, newcomer socials, martial arts and a youth sponsorship program for newcomers.

Throughout the year the Teen Keystone Club meets to plan special trips that are hosted during many of the school breaks. The Youth Center also has a Teen Council that serves as the voice on teen concerns and issues for youth who reside on Robins AFB and in the local community.


Robins Financial Credit Union

Building 646 478-923-3773
Building 20166 478-923-3773

SunTrust Bank

Building 911 478-273-6300


Legal Assistance

Building 708 478-926-9276

Legal service is available to active-duty military members and their families, retired military members and their families, members of the Guard (Title 10 status only) and members of the reserves on active-duty orders. Wills are prepared by appointment and during walk-in times. Worksheets for wills, powers of attorney, etc., are available at the U.S. Air Force Legal Assistance website,


Building 911 478-327-8761

Robins AFB’s library collection consists of more than 47,000 books. The library also offers computers, internet access, foreign language and tutoring software, movies, audiobooks, downloadable materials, magazines and newspapers, research materials and assistance. Online resources include: Online Public Catalog; Transparent Languages; OverDrive audio and e-books; databases for looking up articles in magazines, journals and newspapers; and practice exams (CLEP and DANTES). The library has a complete range of services for all age groups and interests.


For detailed information about the recreational programs at Robins AFB, visit the 78th Force Support Squadron online at

Aero Club

Perimeter Road, Building 186 478-926-4867

The Aero Club offers flight instruction and certification programs. The Aero Club is also open to the public.

Arts & Crafts Center

10th Street, Building 984 478-926-5282

The Arts & Crafts Center offers numerous artistic opportunities, including a wood hobby shop, an engraving department and a frame shop. Classes and workshops are available all year.

Big Bingo

Ninth Street, Building 956 478-926-4515

Visit the website for game times and special events.

Bowling Center

Ninth Street, Building 908 478-926-2112

Strike up family fun at the bowling center. Shoe rentals, bowling leagues and a snack bar are available.

Fitness Center

Annex, Building 301 478-926-2840

Building 826 478-926-2128

The fitness center and the fitness center annex have many ways to get or stay in shape, including fitness classes like power punch boxing, spin, Zumba, kickboxing, yoga, water aerobics and more. The fitness center also features an indoor lap pool.

Golf Course

Building 595 478-926-4103

Pine Oaks Golf Course includes a pro shop, clinics, a grill and more. Visit the website for special events and membership information.

Information, Tickets & Travel

Tenth Street, Building 984 478-926-2945

Find information and get military discount tickets for area attractions including Six Flags Over Georgia, the Georgia Aquarium, Wild Adventures, Zoo Atlanta and more.

Whatever travel destinations you seek, the ITT staff can help plan your trips by assisting with airline tickets, hotels, rental cars and even cruises.

Outdoor Recreation

10th Street, Building 984 478-926-4001

Outdoor Recreation has information on equipment rentals, the Outdoor Adventures program, family camping, hunting, fishing, the outdoor pool, the skeet range, horse stables, RV storage and the “lemon lot” resale area. For more information, phone numbers, locations and hours of operation for specific Outdoor Recreation programs, visit the website.


Robins Commissary

923 Macon St., Building 923 478-222-7618/7637

Save your hard-earned dollars when shopping for groceries at the commissary. In-store conveniences and specialties include an ATM, a bakery, a deli, rotisserie chicken, a salad bar, sushi, fresh sandwiches to go, plants and party cakes.

Robins Exchange

The Robins AFB Exchange wants to be your first choice for shopping. It offers a price-match program that guarantees the lowest prices in town. Hours of operation for services outside of the Main Exchange vary, so call or visit the website for detailed information.

Main Exchange

Macon Street,
Building 982 478-923-5536/5537
Military Clothing Store 478-923-0572

Exchange Restaurants

Charley’s Grilled Subs 478-929-0690
Dunkin’ Donuts 478-929-0690
Popeyes 478-929-0690
Qdoba Mexican Eats 478-929-0690
Subway 478-929-0690


Alterations 478-328-4422
Barbershop 478-923-5421
Beauty Shop 478-923-7027
Firearms and Gun Counter 478-923-5536/5537
GNC 478-922-2868
Laundry and Dry Cleaners 478-929-8889
Optical Center 478-328-1660
Wireless Phone Kiosk 478-929-5571

Other Facilities

Burger King, Building 920 478-922-6579
Express with Class Six Building 978 478-923-5085
Firestone Complete Auto Care, Building 922 478-922-2225
Gas Station, Building 922 478-923-7292

Thrift Shop

Building 986 478-222-7480

The base thrift shop is a nonprofit organization operated solely by volunteers. All profits from sales go to charitable organizations on base or in the local community. Whatever your budget, you’ll find a bargain on baby items, videos, jewelry, housewares, clothing, books, furniture, sporting equipment, uniforms and more.


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