Joint Base Elmendorf – Richardson Community

Joint Base Elmendorf – Richardson
673d Force Support Squadron

673d Force Support Squadron

Kids Run Color Run, Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, JBER

The 673d FSS hosts many programs and activities for the JBER community. Regulations allow all active-duty members, retired, Reserve, Guard members and Department of Defense and nonappropriated fund civilians as well as all family members the opportunity to use all JBER facilities and programs. Some contracted entities are also authorized to use the facilities by the JBER commander. The 673d FSS consists of the Manpower and Personnel Flight, Sustainment Services Flight, Warfighter and Family Services Flight, Force Development Flight and Community Services Flight.

The Manpower and Personnel Flight includes the Human Resources Office (HRO), Manpower Office, Army Military Personnel and the Air Force Military Personnel Section (MPS).

The Sustainment Services Flight includes Lodging, Elmendorf Fitness Center, Buckner Physical Fitness Center, the Aquatic Center, Food Operations and Laundry.

The Warfighter and Family Services Flight includes Child Development Centers, the Military Child Education Program (School Liaison Officers), Outreach Programs (Family Child Care, Central Registration and Outreach Programs), Youth Programs (youth and teen centers, SKIES and SAP), Military & Family Readiness Centers (MFRC), the Air Force Transition Center (AFTAC), the Soldier for Life-Transition Assistance Program (SFL-TAP) and the Wounded Warrior Assistance Program.

The Force Development Flight consists of Air Force Education and Training, the library and Professional Development.

The Community Services Flight includes Outdoor Recreation Equipment Rental Centers, Outdoor Adventure Programs, Hillberg Ski Area, Otter Lake Recreation Area, Warrior Xtreme Paintball Course, Information, Tickets and Travel, two family recreation campgrounds (Black Spruce and FamCamp), Paradise Cuts, Paradise Cafe, Polar Bowl, Moose Run Golf Courses, Arctic Oasis Community Center, Warrior Zone Community Center, PermaFrost Pub, Otter Lake Lodge, Six Mile Chalet, Trap, Skeet and Archery Range, Aero Club Flight Training Center, and the Arts and Crafts Center, which includes framing, an auto hobby center, ceramics, resale and an engraving program.

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