NAS Lemoore Community
Services at NAS Lemoore
Chapel, Health Care and More
Public Affairs Office
Building 730, Room 004 (559) 998-3393
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The Public Affairs Office handles community and media relations at NAS Lemoore. Community Relations acts as a liaison between local groups who would like to schedule speakers at specific events. If you are interested in public speaking, please contact the office to arrange to be entered into the Speakers Bureau. The office schedules tours of NAS Lemoore for school groups, which can be customized to a group’s needs. Call the office for more information, such as scheduling requirements, age requirements and group size restrictions.
The office also publishes a weekly newspaper, The Golden Eagle, every Friday morning which is distributed throughout the base. The PAO encourages all commands to contribute articles and information to the newspaper. Contact the Golden Eagle editor at (559) 998-3396 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Free classified ad space is available in the newspaper for use by DoD personnel and can be obtained by visiting the offices in Building 730 room 005 and filling out a free ad form at the front desk. The deadline for submission of ads for the next week’s paper is Tuesday.
810 Avenger Ave. (559) 998-4618
Monday through Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Friday, 7:30 a.m. to noon.
The Chaplain’s Office promotes and develops the spiritual, moral, professional and personal well-being of personnel assigned to Naval Air Station Lemoore, its tenant activities, their family members and other authorized persons by providing the ministries appropriate to their needs. Chaplains accept walk-ins consultations if their schedules permit. Requests for baptism or marriage are initiated by an appointment with the respective chaplain who will proceed in accordance with the dictates of his/her religious faith group. To ensure ample opportunity to fulfill premarital requirements, a preparation period of at least six months is normally required prior to a prospective wedding date.
The chapel also offers many religious opportunities throughout the week at different times.
Roman Catholic Mass: Sunday, 11:30 a.m. (Confessions are held at 11:00 a.m., a half hour prior to Mass)
Roman Catholic Religious Education (CCD): Sunday, 10:30 a.m.
Worship: Sunday, 10 a.m. (Contact the chapel for most updated worship service schedule regarding special holiday services and other worship opportunities.)
Sunday, 9 a.m.
After-Hours Emergency Pastoral Care Calls: In case of an emergency after business hours, or during the weekend or holidays, call 998-4618 for information and referral numbers. You may also contact the Air Station’s CDO, 707-0001, to request the service of the Duty Chaplain.
Building 795 (559) 998-4669/949-4669
Fax (559) 998-9137
Tuesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; closed Monday and federal holidays; special hours for other holidays.
Commissary privileges are extended to military personnel, retirees, reservists and their family members. Visitors are welcome, but must be accompanied by an authorized patron. The authorized patron must show the Uniformed Services ID to make a purchase.
Located on Reeves Boulevard at the Commissary/Navy Exchange mall complex, the NAS Lemoore Commissary was built in 1999 and has an 18,500-square-foot sales floor. The store stocks more than 18,000 grocery, produce and meat items. The grocery department accepts special order for large quantity items. The produce department specializes in fresh fruit and veggie trays, as well as fruit baskets. The meat department features free cut-to-order service for primal meat purchase. All above services and special orders may need advance notice. Please contact the store for details.
The store also has a deli/bakery. Made-to-order sandwiches are available daily until 5 p.m. Other sandwiches are available at the Grab ’N’ Go section. Rotisserie chickens are also available. For your convenience, the store takes special orders for meat trays and specialty cakes with 24-hour notice. A sushi bar offers another option for lunch or dinner. All ingredients are prepared fresh daily, with a shelf life of one day only.
The commissary accepts ATM, Debit, WIC and EBT, as well as all major credit cards for store purchases.
Naval Hospital Lemoore
Naval Hospital Lemoore is a 150,000-squarefoot, 16-bed community hospital located on Naval Air Station (NAS) Lemoore in the heart of Central California. Fully accredited by the Joint Commission and having earned their “Gold Seal of Approval,” Naval Hospital Lemoore is proudly committed to providing you with comprehensive, patient-centered health care. Our facility is staffed with some of the Navy’s most highly trained professionals, who are committed to service excellence. Your health care is our number one priority and we will do everything possible to provide a warm, friendly, family atmosphere. Additionally, our strong ties to civilian community partners allow us to provide referrals to the best specialty care in the Central Valley. We are proud to provide top quality patient and family centered health care to the military community and eligible beneficiaries on NAS Lemoore and the surrounding area.
Naval Hospital Lemoore delivers primary care using Medical Homeport (MHP) teams. Your MHP health care team will consist of your Primary Care Manager (PCM), a Registered Nurse (RN), a Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) and one or more hospital corpsmen. Your team will partner with you to provide the best possible evidence-based care to fulfill your health care needs.
The Medical Home Port hours are Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The practice is closed weekends and all federal holidays. If you need medical advice during office hours, you may contact your MHP team by telephone, in person at your team’s reception desk, or by sending a secure electronic message using RelayHealth. If you would like to talk with a provider after hours, your Medical Home Port has a provider available to talk with you by phone when the practice is closed. To reach a provider, please call (559) 998-4481 and ask to speak to the Medical Home Port on-call provider.
Medical appointments can be made with Central Appointments at (559) 998-0889, Monday through Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. If you are a patient assigned to a Medical Home Port Team, please register at www.relayhealth.com for secure online communication with your provider team. Your Medical Home team will do all they can to make same-day appointments available for you and your family.
Hornet Health Clinic (HHC)
The Hornet Health Clinic is available for active-duty Sailors who work on the operations side of NAS Lemoore. The HHC provides primary care, aviation medicine, chiropractic care, occupational health, preventive medicine, industrial hygiene and optometry. Ancillary services include: pharmacy, radiology, laboratory and immunizations.
Primary Care and Aviation Medicine Clinics provide comprehensive outpatient primary medical care to active duty only.
The Chiropractic Clinic is a self-referral clinic for active duty only, with no referral needed. The Occupational Health Department provides health screening and physicals, and audiometric testing and monitoring. Preventive Medicine provides medical surveillance, and counseling on healthy lifestyle. Industrial Hygiene evaluates environmental stresses in the workplace.
HHC Telephone Numbers are:
Primary Care (559) 998-4317
Aviation Medicine (559) 998-4310
Chiropractic Clinic (559) 998-4808
Occupational Health (559) 998-4320
Preventive Medicine (559) 998-4323
Industrial Hygiene (559) 998-2927
Optometry Clinic (559) 998-2291
Immediate Care Clinic (ICC)
For urgent health care matters that happen outside of regular business hours, Naval Hospital Lemoore has an Immediate Care Clinic (ICC) available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The providers in the ICC have access to your electronic health record and can call a member of your MHP team if needed. The ICC is available to provide same-day care for medical problems and injuries that need a doctor’s attention but are not life threatening. Additionally, Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., you can call Central Appointments for a same-day appointment with your Medical Home Port Team. Urgent care at a civilian facility should only be used if you are travelling away from the Lemoore area. Additionally, civilian urgent care requires advance authorization, which may be obtained from TriWest Healthcare Alliance at (888) TRIWEST (874-9378) or by calling your Medical Home Port Team. We advise that you keep all receipts and other documents related to non-military care you receive. This will help ensure proper and timely payment of your claim.
Naval Hospital Lemoore does not have an Emergency Room (ER). For emergencies involving potential loss of life, limb or eyesight, call 911 or have someone take you to the nearest emergency room. If you are admitted into a civilian hospital, you or a family member are required to contact our hospital or notify TriWest at (888) TRIWEST (874-9378) within 24 hours, or as soon as medically reasonable. As your health care provider, we want to work with you and your family to make certain you receive any necessary follow-up care and that you make a smooth transition back to your home.
Naval Hospital Lemoore keeps and maintains outpatient records. To avoid lost medical information, please request a copy of civilian medical records be sent to Naval Hospital Lemoore following any care received outside of the military health system. We can also copy portions of your record if you need medical care at another location. Whenever possible, please provide a week’s notice to properly process copies. Ideally, a 30-day notice is preferred prior to a PCS move.
Naval Hospital Lemoore offers several options for obtaining your prescriptions:
The hospital pharmacy is open Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. It is closed on weekends and holidays.
Prescriptions written by civilian providers are filled weekdays between 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Your prescription can be faxed directly from your doctor’s office to (559) 998-4529.
In addition to obtaining your prescriptions at Naval Hospital Lemoore, for your convenience, we encourage the use of TRICARE Pharmacy Home Delivery. For additional information on TRICARE Pharmacy Home Delivery, please call the Customer Care Center at (877) 363-1303 or visit www.express-scripts.com/tricare. Mail order forms are also available at the hospital pharmacy. For any questions, please call (559) 998-4499.
At Naval Hospital Lemoore, our Maternal Infant Unit (MIU) is a combined antepartum, labor and delivery, postpartum and infant care ward. The MIU delivers more than 400 babies each year. Family-centered care is integrated with advanced medical technology to ensure a safe, comfortable and individualized birth experience. For clinic appointments call (559) 998-0889. A labor and delivery nurse is available around the clock at (559) 998-4252.
The Wellness Center offers educational programs on nutrition, weight management, meal planning, diabetes meal planning, cholesterol, fitness assessments and tobacco cessation. Most appointments can be booked through Central Appointments at (559) 998-0889.
Comprehensive dental care is provided for active-duty members assigned to Naval Air Station Lemoore at the Mainside Dental Clinic and the Hornet Health Dental Clinic. Specialty care available on-site includes Oral Surgery, Periodontics and Prosthodontics. Family members and retirees who are members of the TriCare dental insurance plan are urged to contact their civilian dental provider for treatment. In addition to routine care, emergency dental work is also covered under this policy.
Hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Appointments may be scheduled by calling the Mainside Dental Clinic at (559) 998-4220/4219 or the Hornet Health Dental Clinic at (559) 998-4300. Sick call is held at either clinic Monday through Friday, 7:30 to 10 a.m., and Monday through Thursday, 1 to 2 p.m. For after clinic hour emergencies, contact the Immediate Care Clinic at (559) 998-4435.
Rehabilitation Program (SARP)
SARP provides substance abuse screening, treatment, continuing care and referral for active-duty military personnel. Patients are often seen following referral from the Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Assistants. SARP also encourages self-referral on a walk-in basis. Questions and appointments may be addressed by calling (559) 998-4474.
Immunizations are available at Naval Hospital Lemoore Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Health Benefit Advisors (HBA)
Information about your Military Health Plan is available from our Health Benefit Advisors at the main hospital. Our HBAs are available Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Information can also be obtained via telephone at (888) TRIWEST. Please visit our website for additional information at www.med.navy.mil/sites/nhlem.
Important Telephone Numbers
Central Appointments (559) 998-0889
Immediate Care Clinic (24/7) (559) 998-4435
Emergency Care 911
TRICARE Service Center (888) TRIWEST
Health Benefits Advisors (559) 998-4456/2552
Naval Hospital Lemoore Information
Desk/Quarterdeck (559) 998-4481
Customer Relations Officer and
Public Affairs Officer (559) 998-4458
Navy College Office
Hancock Circle (559) 998-3856
Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
NAS Lemoore has one of the finest and most comprehensive voluntary education programs in the Navy. The Navy College Program encompasses the Navy College Office and academic centers West Hills Community College, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Brandman University and Columbia College.
The Navy College Office has overall responsibility for voluntary education and provides a broad range of programs and services. Basic services include tuition assistance, academic information, advising, counseling and testing. Additionally, the NCO advises and assists with Graduate Education Vouchers, Sailor/Marine ACE Registry Transcripts and external degree packages. The NCO staff also provides assistance with the United Services Military Apprenticeship Program and Service member’s Opportunity College Navy (SOCNAV).
For a refresher, the Online Academic Skills Course (OASC) is a self-paced, interactive computer program that provides assistance in English and math. Students start at their current skill level and progress at their own pace. For more details, visit www.petersons.com/dantes.
West Hills Community College
West Hills Community College provides a stepping stone to the future because “once you go here, you can go anywhere.” Take advantage of student-friendly class schedules by taking courses on days and times convenient to your busy schedule. Courses are offered in a traditional 18-week semester, short-term, online or by instructional television. West Hills College has a schedule that will fit everyone’s needs.
Programs of study include college transfer courses, Associate of Arts (AA) and Associate of Science (AS) degrees, Vocational-Occupational education, general education and developmental skills courses. With more than 50 degree and certificate programs, students can develop academically and vocationally while acquiring marketable skills for today’s high-tech business world.
For more information, visit 824 Hancock Circle, call (800) 266-1114 ext. 3350 or (559) 925-3350 or find the college online at www.westhillcollege.com/lemoore.
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University provides students with a comprehensive education which prepares graduates to pursue productive careers in aviation and aerospace. ERAU’s NAS Lemoore center offers Associate of Science and Bachelor of Science degrees in technical management and professional aeronautics, as well as a master’s in aeronautical science.
In addition, certificates in aviation safety, logistics and supply chain management are available. The center offers courses in five nine-week academic terms per year, as well as distance learning online. Distance learning terms vary from 12 weeks for undergraduate courses to 15 weeks for graduate courses.
Credit may be granted for prior technical and non-technical learning, i.e., military experience and schools.
ERAU is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award degrees at the associate, bachelor, master and doctoral levels.
For more information, visit the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University office at 824 Hancock Circle, Room 103, or call (559) 998-6026 or email Lemoore.email@example.com.
Brandman University Chapman System is a private liberal arts university with a main campus in Orange, Calif. Brandman University was formerly Chapman University College. The NAS Lemoore office of the university is part of the south San Joaquin Valley Academic Center and has served servicemen at the base since 1970. Other offices of the center are located in Hanford and Visalia.
The university is a top tier school and ranked 10th out of 125 colleges and universities on the West Coast. It is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and SOCMAR programs.
The NAS office offers counseling for undergraduate and graduate programs to both military and civilian students. Brandman University NAS campus offers five nine-week accelerated semesters every year, with each class meeting one night a week.
Undergraduate programs offered at NAS Lemoore include an Associate of Arts in general studies, Bachelor of Arts in social science (with three emphases areas selected by students from criminal justice, history, organizational leadership, political science, psychology, social science and sociology), Bachelor of Arts in criminal justice and a Bachelor of Arts in organizational leadership, as well as a Bachelor of Arts in psychology.
Graduate programs include a Master of Science in human resources and a master’s in organizational leadership. Off-base offices of Brandman University also offer the California Teaching Credential, Master of Arts in teaching, Master of Arts in education and Master of Arts in psychology (MFT).
Brandman University is in Building 824. Call (559) 998-6891 or visit the university online at www.brandman.edu.
Columbia College offers associate, baccalaureate and master’s degrees at the NAS Lemoore campus. It offers in-seat classes as well as online classes through six eight-week sessions per year.
Columbia College is a private coeducational institution founded in 1851 in Columbia, Mo. The degrees offered prepare students of differing backgrounds and abilities for entry level or advanced positions in various occupations and professions. It is a leader in providing degree programs tailored to suit the unique needs of the working adult through both in-seat and online courses.
The college has been an established and respected provider of higher education on military installations across the nation for almost 30 years. The Lemoore campus has served the Sailors and Marines at NAS Lemoore, military family members, DoD civil service employees and citizens from the surrounding communities since 2001.
The college is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and is a charter member of SOCNAV and SOCMAR with 11 articulated degrees. Home campus evaluators review all military and civilian training and education to award transfer credit. Local staff members provide personalized academic counseling to help students plan their degree program.
Columbia College is a CLEP National Test Center offering CLEP, DANTES and CBT to military members, adult family members of military, DoD employees and civilians enrolled in on-base education programs.
The college is approved for military tuition assistance, veteran’s education benefits and federal and state financial aid to help students cover education costs.
The Columbia College office is in Building 826 Hancock Circle. For more information, call (559) 998-8570, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the college online at www.ccis.edu/lemoore.
Navy Exchange Complex
Building 796 (559) 998-4722
Monday through Saturday, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sunday and holidays, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The NEX complex offers great savings on everything from apparel and electronics to hardware and housewares. We provide optical, beauty/barber and flower shop services. The main complex also includes a General Nutrition Center, Hertz Car Rental, Starbucks and Armed Forces Bank. The food court features Subway, Taco Bell, Pizza Hut and Rice King. The furniture store offers brand name furniture and major appliances at significant savings.
The Uniform Shop, next to the furniture store, offers a large selection of uniforms and accessories for Sailors. Special ordering is available for items not in stock. A tailor shop is on-site, and dry cleaning service is available.
The Auto Port Service Center provides fuel, vehicle repair service, auto accessories, tires and smog tests. A fuel-only station is also on the Operations side.
The Jet Mart complex next to the family housing area contains a convenience store and Laundromat. Q Mart, on the west end of the main side galley, boasts a great selection of snacks and cold beverages. Hertz Car Rental is located in the Optical Shop at the main store and features many sizes and makes of vehicles. Every location of the Navy Exchange complex is open seven days a week, except for Hertz, which is closed on Sunday.
Navy Federal Credit Union
Hancock Avenue (888) 842-6328
855 N Lemoore Ave., Suite 190
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; closed Sunday.
Two Navy Federal Credit Unions in the area provide a wide range of banking services to base employees. Eligible persons include all active-duty personnel, reservists, retirees, DoD employees and their families. Extended family members of these groups — including grandparents, parents, siblings, children and household members — are also eligible.
Services offered by the Navy Federal Credit Union include checking accounts, personal finance counseling, direct deposits, free Web bill payments, loans, investments and insurance. Stop by to pick up a free packet that outlines all services available.
Corps Relief Society
822 Hancock St. (559) 998-4045
Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
If a young Sailor needs help to get home because his mother is critically ill, could you answer the call? Volunteers at the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society help Sailors, Marines and their families, both active and retired, to sort through problems and find a solution. The society’s workforce consists primarily of volunteers who commit a few hours each week to help others. Volunteers are needed in a wide variety of positions including case work, a thrift store, publicity, newsletters, layettes and a Budget for Baby class. If you have the desire to help fellow military service members and families, get job experience and want to make new friends, a worthwhile volunteer position is waiting for you.
Volunteers are recognized with awards for hours served. The society provides all the necessary training for the position and will pay child care expenses while you volunteer. Reimbursement is also available for mileage.
Building 860 (559) 998-4049
Tuesday and Thursday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Looking for a real bargain on uniform items, adult clothing, kitchenware, books or a variety of household goods? Why not try the base Thrift Shop, operated by the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS). The NMCRS is always looking for Thrift Shop donations and volunteers willing to assist with the many charitable support organizations.
Public Works is one of the more diversified departments at NAS Lemoore. A few of the divisions that make up PW are maintenance and utilities, transportation, engineering, environmental and planning. Maintenance and utilities is responsible for maintenance and repair of utilities on station along with any building, tower and other infrastructure.
The transportation division operates and maintains all government vehicles on station. Engineering, planning and environmental touches everything on base to include long-range facility and mission planning including financing, community relations and emergency response assistance.
Recycling education, promotion and Earth Care Recycling Center’s (ECRC) capability are top command priorities for the station. To meet the challenge of an increased operational tempo and waste generation, the ECRC processes the more than 1,600 tons of material yearly, which is the equivalent of $61,000 in fees that would have been paid for in trips to the landfill. Net profits for recycling are used here at Lemoore for energy related projects.
Legal Assistance Services
730 Enterprise Blvd.
Room 302 (559) 998-3873
Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to noon, 1 to 4 p.m.; Friday, 8 to 10 a.m.
All active duty and retired personnel and dependents are eligible for legal assistance services. Military ID card is required for all services. Attorney services include family law, wills/estates, immigration, small claims court, adoption, bankruptcy, military rights and benefits and more. Paralegal services include power of attorney, legal document preparation and notary services. The office also offers assistance with income tax preparation and electronic filing.
Retired Activities Office
Manned by volunteers, the Retired Activities Office is in the Fleet and Family Support Center and provides a direct liaison with the retired pay finance center for all of the armed forces. The staff is happy to talk to active duty, retired and family members about current and proposed legislation that may affect them now or in the future. The RAO is also helpful with other benefit and entitlement assistance. Keep the RAO in mind and use its services when in need or questions arise. Call (559) 998-2977.
Services available include:
Forms assistance: Assists widows and/or family members with the completion of forms for benefits of deceased military relatives.
Telephone Notice of Death: Report the death of military retirees to the Defense Finance and Accounting Office (DFAS) or the Office of Personnel Management (OPM).
Space A Travel: Assists military retirees with arranging Space Available Travel.
Annual Retired Activities Seminar: The RAO conducts an annual Retired Activities Seminar. This is a time to receive valuable up-to-date information about retiree benefits and legislation. One can also meet and talk to customer service representatives from various military organizations such as DFAS, VA and veterans organizations, medical and dental, Navy Exchange and Commissary, Naval Hospital Lemoore, Navy Legal Service and senior resources agencies.
Military information: Provides information on the following: military and civil service pay issues, National Guard and Reservists’ benefits, pass and ID office, national and state veterans cemeteries, funeral honors, burial at sea, TRICARE and dental benefits, Space A Travel, MWR facilities, legal services and Social Security.
and Motocross Track
Do you own a motorcycle, ATV or off-road vehicle? Do you like to play in the dirt and mud? If you answered “yes!” then we have the perfect place for you: the NAS Lemoore Off-Highway Vehicle Club. The program is a members-only off-road facility and features four tracks for motorcycle, ATV, truck and beginner. Membership is open to active-duty military, family members and retired military. For more information, call the MWR department at (559) 998-4886.
San Joaquin Valley
Rod and Gun Club
Building 557 (559) 998-3385
Thursday, 4 p.m. to close; Saturday, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
The Rod and Gun Club has a trap range and two skeet ranges as well as an archery range. Guns are available at no charge. The club store has food and drinks available along with shells. Special rates and instruction are available for first-time shooters. The club occasionally presents club tournaments and fun shoots. Shotgun competitions are held throughout the year; during cooler weather there is also a free gun-tip feed planned for our members. There are special rates for club members, but you do not need to be a member to come by and shoot.
The NAS Lemoore supply department consists of three major organizations that provide customer service and material support to the base.
Aviation Support Department Commander, Strike Fighter Wing, U.S. Pacific Fleet provides aviation supply logistical support to the flight line as well as regional and global customers. It also provides material support to a jumbo intermediate maintenance command.
FISC provides customer service and material support to the base. Its operations are performed out of two warehouse facilities: Building 140 Aviation Stock Warehouse and Building 773 General Purpose Warehouse.
Organizations within FISC include:
Hazardous Materials Minimization Center: Located in Building 140, it supplies hazardous material and hazmat disposal for all local commands.
Container Reuse and Reutilization Center: Located in Building 140, it provides NAS Lemoore and NAVICP with an inventory control, management, repair and cleaning facility for reusable shipping containers.
Packing and Shipping Branches: Located in Building 140, it arranges transportation and performs packing and crating requirements for all outgoing shipments.
Inventory Control and Receipt Processing: Located in Building 140, it performs ongoing inventories as well as tracking all material receipts.
Receiving, Delivery and Storage: Located in Building 140, it receives all incoming material, sorts, stocks and delivers materials to all base customers.
Consolidated Mail Center: Located in Building 140, it receives, sorts, redirects and delivers all mail aboard NAS Lemoore.
Personal Property Office: Located in Building 730 with a satellite office in Building 140, it provides customer support, including entitlement counseling, household transportation scheduling, follow-on services and storage of household goods for all branches of the service.
The Galley operates three dining facilities located at Building 880 main side, Building 937 in the base hospital and Building 10 on the Operations side of the base. It also offers an Operational Meal Delivery program, which delivers ration-in-kind meals to flight line personnel.