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When you arrive at Buckley, your first stop should be the commander’s support staff to schedule in-processing.

You will need to take all hand-carried records immediately to the orderly room and they will schedule you for in-processing, conducted in Bldg. 606.

If you wish to take permissive temporary duty after arriving, a leave form must be completed. Up to eight days permissive temporary duty may be approved by the gaining commander after signing in.

Military Personnel Section
Customer Support hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday with the exception of Wednesday when the section opens at 9 a.m.

Rocky Mountain Lodge, 345 S. Beaver Creek St. Bldg 331

Authorized users of base lodging services include active duty military, National Guard, reservists, retirees, DoD contractors, DoD civilians, and their family members. Family members must have access to enter Buckley AFB or they can be sponsored by an authorized user.

Lodging will accept and confirm reservations for Priority 2 guests ona a space-available basis according to Air Force Instruction 34-246.

Prices vary depending on the type of lodging requested. Email reservations to rockymountain.lodge@us.af.mil.

Additional information can be found athttp://www.460fss.com/lodging/ or by calling 720-847-5899.

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