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Emergency Services

Edwards AFB_2019 Emergency Services



For emergencies, dial 911. For nonemergencies, call:
Emergency Control Center
105 E. Yeager Blvd., Bldg. 2860
661-277-3340 or DSN 527-3340

From a landline base telephone, emergencies can be reported by calling 911.

If using a cellphone, dialing 911 is not recommended, as the call will be relayed to the location of the cellphone service provider. Emergency cellphone calls should be made to the base fire department’s communication center at 661-277-4540/4541. The Emergency Control Center is open 24 hours a day. Paramedic treatment and ambulance service are available 24 hours a day.

Fire department emergency response is provided by a network of five fire stations located across the base:

• Fire Station 1 provides service to the flight line.

• Fire Station 2 provides service to the base housing area.

• Fire Station 3 provides service to the southern portion of the base.

• Fire Station 4 provides service to the Air Force Research Laboratory, Propulsion Directorate.

• Fire Station 5 provides service to the northern portion of the base.

Fire prevention training is available by calling 661-277-3643/4621 or DSN 527-3643/4621.

Counseling is available by the chaplain staff 24 hours a day. During duty hours, the chaplain can be reached at 661-277-2110 or DSN 527-2110. After duty hours, the on-call chaplain can be reached through Command Post at 661-277-3040 or DSN 527-3040.

Incoming civilian employees should report during the duty day to the Consolidated Support Facility in Bldg. 3000, 5 N. Seller Ave. If you need directions or information upon arrival at Edwards, a 412th Security Forces Squadron gate guard will be happy to assist you.

Incoming active-duty military should report, in uniform, to their gaining unit during the duty day. After hours, your first stop should be the 24-hour arrival point at the Edwards’ High Desert Inn lodging office. It is in Bldg. 5602, 602 Honts Drive, just off Manzanita Way in the base housing area.

All active-duty military are required to attend the Newcomers’ Orientation, which provides vital information regarding base resources and services, policies and procedures, background and more. Times and locations vary; you must call to register. Call the Airman & Family Readiness Center, 90 Farrell Drive, Bldg. 5620, at 661-277-4709/0723. Spouses are encouraged to attend, and advanced registration is also required.

In the event of an emergency while en route to Edwards, travelers should call their new unit or assignment. If that information is unknown, call the intro manager at 661-277-4281 or DSN 527-4281 during the day or the 24-hour arrival point at 661-277-3302/3394/4101 or DSN 527-3302/3394/4101 at any hour.

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