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Andersen AFB Housing: 12 On-Base Options (2022 Edition)
Andersen AFB Housing: 12 On-Base Options (2022 Edition)Andersen AFB Housing: 12 On-Base Options (2022 Edition)

Andersen AFB Housing: 12 On-Base Options (2022 Edition)

Introduction

Are you ready to embark on your next adventure at Andersen Air Force Base, home of the 36th Wing? Now that you’ve received your OCONUS orders and will be moving to the village of Yigo in the U.S. territory of Guam, you may be stressing about finding a place to live. House hunting under any conditions can be overwhelming but it’s amplified when you’re moving somewhere very remote that you’ve probably never been before. We’ve put together this guide to help you find out about the Andersen AFB housing options available on base.

Guam BAH

Guam BAH

You can follow this link to look up your Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) for your rank and zip code. This will help you create your budget and guide your home search.

To learn more about what goes into your military BAH rate, visit our in-depth guide here.

Andersen AFB Barracks

Unaccompanied Personnel housing is for single or unaccompanied Airmen in the ranks of E1 to E3 and E4 with less than three years of service. Unaccompanied members connected to Andersen Air Force Base are housed on base. The office can be reached by calling 1 (671) 366-5391.

Andersen AFB Housing Office

Andersen AFB Housing Office

The Housing Management Office should be your first stop. This office offers relocation services and information and support for Airmen and their families as they get settled into their new surroundings.

Andersen Air Force Base Housing Management Office
Bldg. 1723
Papaya Drive
Andersen AFB, Guam 96543
Phone: 1 (671) 366-2127

Andersen AFB Housing Options

Andersen AFB Housing Options

For families and those with a higher rank, you can contact the Housing Management Office (also known as Housing Service Center) at 1 (671) 366-2127 to check the availability of privatized housing for your rank and family size.

Andersen Air Force Base Family Homes

The government housing at Andersen AFB consists of 572 family housing units. In order to be assigned military family housing, you must have command sponsorship for your dependents. Upon arrival, please check in with your unit first and then check in to the Housing Service Center within 48 hours. The HSC will brief you on options for on- and off-base housing, and Temporary Lodging Allowances.

On-base housing boasts pet-friendly neighborhoods with amenities like a self-help store, playgrounds, pavilions, swimming pools, and basketball courts.

Residents in Andersen AFB housing can enjoy the convenience of on-site management and a quick commute to work, and a calendar full of resident activities and events.

School-age children living in Andersen AFB housing will enroll and attend school at either Andersen Elementary School or Andersen Middle School. These are both Department of Defense schools. High school students attend school off base in local schools or can enroll at Guam High School at Nimitz Hill.

Learn more about local schools on our blog: Andersen AFB Housing: 12 On-Base Options (2022 Edition)

Applying for on-base housing is easy. You will need to submit an advance Application for Assignment to Housing and the Navy’s Sex Offender Policy Acknowledgement and Disclosure form through the HSC at your losing installation and include a copy of your PCS orders. Don’t hesitate to call the HSC at 1 (671) 366-2127 if you have questions.

Andersen AFB Housing Service Center
Bldg. 1723
Papaya Drive
Andersen AFB, Guam 96543
Phone: 1 (671) 366-2127
Hours:

  • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday – 0700 to 1530
  • Wednesday – 0900 to 1530

1. Junior Enlisted 2 Bedroom

Ranks: E1-E4

The two bedroom homes for Junior Enlisted personnel feature a variety of amenities within the unit’s 1,250 square feet, including one bathroom and two spacious bedrooms with large closets and big windows. Residents of these homes have a carport with exterior bulk storage and covered patio in addition to a dedicated dining or family room, laundry room and open-concept living room.

2. Junior Enlisted 3 Bedroom

Ranks: E1-E4

There aren’t many differences in the Junior Enlisted three bedroom homes compared to the two bedroom version. The units are slightly larger, 1,429 square feet, and feature three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Residents of these homes have a carport with exterior bulk storage and covered patio in addition to a separate laundry room, an open living/dining room and family room.

3. Junior Enlisted 4 Bedroom

Ranks: E1-E4

The 1,628 square feet four-bedroom homes for Junior Enlisted personnel are outfitted with a fully equipped kitchen, primary suite, covered patios and carport with extra storage. The four bedrooms are grouped to one side of the unit and the large family room, living/dining space and kitchen are situated on the other side.

4. Senior Enlisted 3 Bedroom

Ranks: E5-E9

The Senior Enlisted three bedroom homes are slightly larger than the Junior Enlisted homes at 1,621 square feet. The units feature three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Residents of these homes have a carport with exterior bulk storage and covered patio in addition to a separate laundry room, an open living/dining room and family room. Some layouts feature a closed-off family room that could be used as a bedroom or office.

5. Senior Enlisted 4 Bedroom

Ranks: E5-E9

The 1,861 square feet four-bedroom homes for Senior Enlisted personnel are outfitted with a fully equipped kitchen, primary suite, covered patios and carport with extra storage. The four bedrooms are grouped to one side of the unit and the large living room, dedicated dining area, family room and kitchen are situated on the other side.

6. Company Grade 2 Bedroom

Ranks: O1-O3

The two bedroom homes for Company Grade personnel feature a variety of amenities within the unit’s 1,524 square feet, including one bathroom and two spacious bedrooms with large closets and big windows. Residents of these homes have a carport with exterior bulk storage and covered patio in addition to a dedicated dining, family room, laundry room and open-concept living room and kitchen.

7. Company Grade 3 Bedroom

Ranks: O1-O3

The Company Grade three bedroom homes offer roughly 1,500 square feet of living space. The homes feature three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Residents of these homes have a carport with ample exterior bulk storage and a covered patio in addition to a dedicated laundry room, and an open living/dining room that extends from the large kitchen.

8. Company Grade 4 Bedroom

Ranks: O1-O3

With nearly 2,000 square feet of living space, the Company Grade four bedroom homes offer plenty of room to spread out. The homes feature four bedrooms and two bathrooms. Residents of these homes have a huge covered patio in addition to a dedicated laundry room with extra storage space, and an open living/dining room that extends from the large kitchen.

9. Field Grade 3 Bedroom

Ranks: O4-O6

The Field Grade three bedroom homes offer roughly 1,900 square feet of living space. The homes feature three oversized bedrooms and two bathrooms. Residents of these homes boast a covered patio in addition to a dedicated laundry room with additional storage space, and an open living/dining room and family room that connects to the galley-style kitchen.

10. Field Grade 4 Bedroom

Ranks: O4-O6

With nearly 2,000 square feet of living space, the Field Grade four bedroom homes offer plenty of room to spread out. The homes feature four bedrooms and two bathrooms. The primary suite provides residents with a walk-in closet and en suite bathroom. The homes include a huge covered patio in addition to a dedicated laundry room with bulk storage space, and a living/dining room that extends from the large, open kitchen.

11. Senior Officer 4 Bedroom

Ranks: E5-E9, O7+

With approximately 2,000 square feet of living space, the Senior Officer four bedroom homes offer plenty of living and entertaining space. The homes feature four large bedrooms and two bathrooms. The homes include a covered patio in addition to a dedicated laundry room, carport and, in most layouts, an open concept living/dining and family room space that connects to a large kitchen.

12. General Officer 4 Bedroom

Ranks: O7+

With over 3,200 square feet of living space, the General Officer four bedroom homes offer more than enough room to spread out. The homes feature four oversized bedrooms and three bathrooms. The homes include a huge covered patio in addition to a dedicated laundry room, carport and a ton of entertaining space across the large living room, dedicated dining room and separate kitchen.

Conclusion

While moving to a new place can be stressful, there are so many great housing options to be found on-base in Andersen Air Force Base. Depending on your rank and family’s needs, there’s sure to be a home that’s perfect for you. Make sure to start looking for housing as soon as you can as housing is limited. Check availability based on rank and waiting lists through the above information or by contacting the Andersen AFB Housing Management Office. We hope you enjoy your new home!

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