NAS WHITING FIELD

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Administration

NAS Whiting Field Support Services Administration

 

The Administration Department’s primary mission is to provide support for all military personnel regarding military pay issues. Located in Headquarters Building 1401, Room 112, it is the focal point for all incoming and outgoing military personnel assigned to NAS Whiting Field. Additionally, civilian personnel assigned to the installation should also report to the Administration Department for assistance in the check-in process. The NAS Whiting Field Administration Department is also responsible for managing the command’s directives, correspondence, alpha roster and personnel security clearance process.

Air Operations

Whiting Field 2018 Support Services air operations

 

The overall mission of the Air Operations Department is to support the fleet by providing airfield support and services to undergraduate student pilots during primary and advanced rotary-wing training. NAS Whiting Field’s Air Operation’s team serves a fundamental role in Training Air Wing FIVE’s ability to safely complete more than 1.2 million annual flight operations, which routinely executes over 130,000 flight hours (16 percent of all USN hours flown worldwide) and achieves nearly 1,200 per annum student throughput. This department prides itself in its ability to train, support and sustain a technically sound and flexible workforce in providing the best possible services. Throughout NASWF’s more than 70-year history, the NASWF Air Operations team has earned a reputation across the Department of Defense as the benchmark of excellence in maximizing training, fostering teamwork, collaboration and exacting the use of all available resources.

Community Plans Liaison Office

The Community Planning Liaison Officer (CPLO) is a key player in NASWF’s military mission sustainment initiatives. This individual provides continuity and fluidity with respect to establishing a clear and concise message between NASWF, communities and numerous entities within the installation’s two-state, five- county footprint. The CPLO is essentially the frontline player when it comes to addressing and strategizing challenges that may affect mission, promoting communication and working plausible “win-win” solutions across the board. These efforts help protect facilities that support two main airfields, 12 Navy Outlying Landing Fields, 4,500 nautical square miles of airspace and 260-plus airframes that support primary and advanced pilot training.

The CPLO serves as a vital link in managing the protection, preservation and encroachment buffering efforts of NASWF’s mission and our role in meeting National Military Strategies. NASWF’s mission protection and buffering program is touted as the Navy’s model. To date, NASWF’s encroachment protection successes have resulted in the safeguard of over 6,600 acres with a joint contribution effort of over $16 million in mission buffering protection.

Naval Branch Health Clinic

The Naval Branch Health Clinic at NAS Whiting Field provides primary outpatient medical care, specialty referrals and health-related services to active-duty personnel and TRICARE Prime retirees and dependent family members.

Other services available include immunizations, pharmacy, physical therapy, preventive and occupational medicine, behavioral health clinician, active-duty dental care and a TRICARE health benefits advisor.

Clinic hours of operation are 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Services are curtailed on Thursdays, 1 to 2 p.m., due to staff meetings and training sessions.

The clinic operates on an appointment basis with all medical appointments made through your respective primary care management team. RelayHealth is a great way to stay in contact with your PCM. RelayHealth uses secure email to/from your personal email account to communicate with your Medical Home Port Team. Contact them to: schedule appointments, request prescriptions or seek medical advice/information without having to call or come to the clinic. You can register for RelayHealth through the Naval Hospital Pensacola website: www.med.navy.mil/sites/pcola, then click on the RelayHealth link.

Family Medicine Medical Home Appointments 850-623-7551/7552

Military Medicine

Appointments 850-665-6348

Aviation Physical Exams

Appointments 850-623-7151

Dental Appointments 850-623-7626/7627

Nurse Advice Line 800-TRICARE

(800-874-2273), option 1

Health Benefits Advisor 850-623-7399

(Email: don.l.nelson3.civ@mail.mil)

Customer Satisfaction 850-623-7263

Chaplain's Office

NAS Whiting Field Support Services Chaplain's Office

 

The Command Religious Program is designed to provide religious ministries to the personnel aboard NAS Whiting Field and their families. The chaplains and ministry team are at the Chapel, Building 1417, which is behind the Command Building (1401) and in front of the Fitness Center. After hours and on weekends, chaplains may be contacted directly via cell phones or through the CDO – 850-623-7921. Call 850-623-7211 for information regarding religious, counseling, suicidal and relational services and information regarding faith groups in the local area.

Fleet & Family Support Center (FFSC)

NAS Whiting Field Support Services Fleet and Family Support Center

 

The FFSC should be the first place you visit when arriving on station or when you receive orders to your next duty station. NAS Whiting Field FFSC is a warm, inviting center with cordial staff prepared to help you obtain the assistance you need to get settled in and to maintain a healthy military lifestyle throughout your tour. FFSC serves as a hub for information and referrals providing culturally and geographically responsive services. The center is located in Building 3025 and may be reached by calling the front desk at 850-623-7177. Also, please like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/NASWF.fleetandfamily. Staff is available for assistance 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday

A well-stocked Loan Locker is on base to provide the basics until your household goods are delivered. Military personnel assigned to NAS Whiting Field may borrow items free for up to 30 days with a copy of military PCS orders. Items available include futons; TV and DVD players; microwaves; kitchen basics like pots, pans, dishes, glassware and flatware; all sorts of small appliances; folding tables and chairs; irons and ironing boards; and vacuums. We do not carry sheets, blankets, pillows or towels.

FFSC staff are very professional and knowledgeable about programs and services available on and off base to assist with challenges associated with all aspects of a military lifestyle.

Services include a wide array of programs that offer educational classes, briefs, seminars, consultations and individualized assistance designed to educate and assist active-duty and retired military personnel (regardless of branch of service) and family members. FFSC serves singles, married, married with children and single parents. Many of the services are also provided to civil service and contract employees. Examples include: base indoctrination, hurricane readiness, Emergency Family Assistance, personal financial management, debt and credit counseling, consumer affairs, car buying, bank account management, investments, communication skills, cultural awareness, decision-making, deployment support, personal and family readiness, retired military affairs and benefits, basic and quarterly ombudsman training, relocation assistance including outbound and overseas move preparation i.e. Smooth Move, sponsor training and spouse orientation, clinical counseling, stress management, family advocacy, positive parenting, marriage enrichment, assertiveness, anger management, Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR), suicide prevention, family member employment assistance and transition assistance, such as resume writing, interviewing techniques, job search and many others. Here are some of the basic classes offered by the staff. To register for a class or for more information, please call 850-623-7177 or email naswf_ffsc@navy.mil.

Accessing Higher Education

The primary goal for this course is to prepare participants for secondary education and expose them to common obstacles experienced by nontraditional students. Topics covered include: choosing a degree program, selecting a college institution, exploring funding options and completing the admissions process.

Anger Management

Primary goals for this course are to educate participants on understanding anger, identifying triggers, discovering constructive ways to process anger, and practicing anger management techniques. Additional topics covered may include assertive communication; cooling down, acceptance, and resolution; setting boundaries and emotional intelligence.

Challenges of Flight School & Marriage

The primary goal for this course is to prepare flight students and spouses of the common pitfalls and unique challenges associated with being married to a flight student. Topics discussed include: flight school stressors, marriage stressors, communication, problem-discussion/problem-solution techniques and quality time.

Communication Skills

The primary goals for this course are to instruct participants on the basics of human communication and how to effectively use communication to excel in the workplace. An application of modern communication theories and principles coupled with workplace dynamics is also provided to participants.

Conflict Management

The primary goal of this course is to explore the five conflict management styles and review various workplace scenarios that may require various styles.

Consumer Awareness

The primary goal of this course is to provide participants with knowledge of deterring scams, misrepresentations and fraud. Participants also gain knowledge of consumer laws and resources.

Credit Management

The primary goal of this course is to teach participants to use, obtain and identify the four major sections of a credit report. Participants will also learn to identify common credit reporting errors and appropriate corrective actions.

Dealing with Difficult People

The primary goal of this class is for participants to gain the communication skills needed to de-stress all difficult relationships, on the job and off.

Developing Communication Skills

The primary goal of this course is to develop skills that effectively engage various audience members. Learners will engage in speaker-listener simulations and practice conveying messages.

Federal Applications

The primary goals of this course are for parti-cipants to learn how to obtain federal employment and decide whether federal employment is the right fit. Facilitators demystify the federal resume and educate participants on reading vacancy announcements and applying for positions.

Home Buying 101

A primary goal of this program is to educate participants on the home purchase process. Information includes special programs for financial assistance in buying and repairing a home, specialty mortgage products, the process in getting a mortgage, finding a home and determining if the home is right for you. Additional topics explored are the purchase process and sustainable homeownership issues.

Paying Your Student Loans

The primary goals for this course are to educate participants on accessing loan information, available recourses when there is difficulty making payments, various payment plans and loan forgiveness options.

Resume Writing

The primary goal of this course is to teach students the different styles of resumes and determine which style is most effective for their job search.

Smooth Move

This course is designed to reduce the stressors associated with a permanent change of station/move to another base. Topics covered include: entitlements, installation resources, housing resources, and education and spouse employment and assistance.

Stress Management 101

The primary goal of this course is to instruct participants on effective strategies to cope with work related and personal stress. Participants will learn how to identify stressors and gain strategies to effectively cope with stress.

Study Skills

The primary goals of this course is to instruct students on active listening, comprehension, notetaking, stress management, test taking and memorization techniques that prove advantageous in academic settings.

Time Management

The primary goal of this course is to introduce students to established methods for improving ability to effectively manage life’s events in relation to time. Participants will discover how to eliminate time wasters and improve productivity.

SAPR

Whiting Field 2018 Support Services SAPR

 

The Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Program is composed of three components: prevention through training and education, crisis intervention and statistical reporting. At the NASWF SAPR office, we work to prevent sexual assault by encouraging a climate of mutual respect and promoting an environment of mission readiness with the understanding that sexual assault damages both the individual and the group. The program is also designed to respond whenever victims of sexual assault are in need of supportive services. This may include immediate crisis intervention, accompaniment to forensic examinations and/or law enforcement interviews. Your NASWF SAPR team includes: a Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC), Civilian Victim Advocate and a team of Unit Victim Advocates (UVA) from throughout the base and tenant commands. We ensure there will be assistance available 24/7/365. If you or someone you know is in need of assistance, please use the numbers listed below to contact us. In most cases, restricted and unrestricted reporting options will be available.

SAPR Office 850-665-6393/6392

SAPR Uniform Victim Advocate 850-554-5383

SAPR Civilian Victim Advocate 850-686-6298

SARC 850-499-5810

DOD SafeHelp Line 877-995-5247

School Liaison Officer

The School Liaison Officer (SLO) serves as the communications link between military families with school-aged children, the command and local school districts. As the “point person” for educational issues, the SLO is here to assist military families in addressing school-related issues. Whether you are part of the Navy or some other branch of service, active duty or reservist, living on base or in the community, the SLO is here to ensure that your child has access to the full range of services available in the local public schools. In addition to providing information about local public schools, the SLO also works to assist families who choose educational alternatives such as homeschool, private or parochial schools, independent study or online programs. The local school district has worked diligently to assist military families as they transfer to this area. Most of your questions can be answered by local school administrators and/or office staff. Please see www.navymwrwhitingfield.com/child-youth/school-liaison-officer to find local schools links to assist you in making important decisions about your child’s education. However, should you find that the information does not address an issue that is specific to your family, please do not hesitate to contact your SLO for assistance at 850-665-6105, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Child Development

NAS Whiting Field Support Services Child Development

 

This facility offers enrichment and development programs for family members of active-duty military and NAS Whiting Field civilian employees. A weekly program is offered for those 6 weeks to 5 years of age. Drop-in care is provided on a space-available basis. This NAEYC-accredited program offers developmentally age-appropriate activities for infants, pre-toddlers, toddlers and preschoolers year-round. The CDC participates in the USDA Food Program, which serves breakfast, lunch and an afternoon snack. Voluntary Pre-kindergarten is offered during the school year (August – May) for 4- to 5- year-old eligible children. The center may be contacted by phone at 850-623-7472, 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Child Development Homes

Child Development Homes (CDH) assist parents by providing child care services to support operational readiness, mission accomplishment and retention. CDHs are often preferred by families because of the small group sizes, the home-like atmosphere and flexible hours of operation that centers often cannot accommodate. Anyone who lives in military housing and wishes to provide child care on a regular basis for more than 10 hours a week must be certified by the Navy as a CDH provider. Anyone off base must be state registered or licensed, but can provide Navy child care by becoming Navy certified. Call 850-281-5368 for details.

Why Become A CDH Provider?

Independent Work Environment
  • You work for yourself, in your own home.
Income
  • Being a CDH provider is a great source of income while saving you the expense of child care.
  • USDA Child Care Food Program – potential reimbursement is $1,300-$7,800 annually.
  • You can further your career by becoming a Nationally Accredited Provider; receive an additional $1,000 to $6,000 annually.
Benefits
  • Toy and equipment lending library.
  • Low cost liability insurance.
  • On-site assistance and advice.
  • Free monthly training.
  • Free promotion, advertising, and referrals.
  • Direct cash and subsidy.
Transferable
  • Wherever the military move may take you, you will have skills in high demand...caring for children!
  • Certification is transferable, whether you live in Military housing or off-base.
Education and Training
  • Enhance your child-rearing skills.
  • CPR/First Aid training.
  • Child Development/Early Childhood Education.
  • Participate in military Home Accreditation program.

Public Affairs Office

The Public Affairs Office coordinates the internal and external information programs for NAS Whiting Field. The staff works with local media outlets to inform the public about the installation; produces the bi-weekly newsletter — The Whiting Tower; manages the social media platforms on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram; and provides photographic services with an in-house photo lab. Additionally, the PA team coordinates tours of the installation for Boy Scouts, school groups, NJROTC units and more. Please visit us at: Facebook – www.facebook.com/naswhitingfield, Twitter – @NASWF, and on Instagram – naswhitingfield. See our website at: www.cnic.navy.mil/regions/cnrse/installations/nas_whiting_field.html. The office may also be reached by phone at 850-623-7341 or 850-665-6121.

Region Legal Service Office Southeast Branch Office, NAS Whiting Field

Legal services aboard NAS Whiting Field are provided by the Region Legal Service Office Detachment Pensacola. Powers of attorney and notary services are available at the legal office located in Building 1401, Room 122. The current hours for notary/powers of attorney are 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday. Legal assistance for a variety of issues is available 8 to 11 a.m. Tuesday and 1 to 3 p.m. Thursday. Please call 850-623-7231 for assistance.

Emergency

Whiting Field 2018 Support Services Emergency

 

Emergency Management

NAS Whiting Field’s Emergency Management (EM) program is designed to mitigate, prepare for, respond to, and recover from all hazards either natural or man-made that threaten the installation and the operations of the tenant commands located here. The NAS Whiting Field Emergency Management program works closely with the Santa Rosa County Emergency Management Agency by developing, implementing and sustaining a comprehensive Emergency Management plan that supports an all-hazards approach to planning that addresses preparedness, response and recovery phases of Emergency Management for its personnel and surrounding communities. This plan applies to all Navy personnel, including active and reserve components, Navy civilians, Navy families, Navy and non-Navy tenants, transient military or U.S. Government (USG) personnel, contractor personnel, visitors and guests, and third country national personnel who are assigned to or reside on the installation or in the Whiting Fields Homes Housing Complex. The EM team consists of the Emergency Manager, 850-623-7030, the Emergency Operations Center (EOC Manager, 850-623-7038), and the Emergency Operations Center Specialist, 850-623-7906.

Local County Emergency Management Agencies:
Santa Rosa County, FL

4499 Pine Forest Road
Milton, FL 32583 850-983-5360
www.santarosa.fl.gov/emergency

Escambia County, FL

6575 N. W St.
Pensacola, FL 32505 850-471-6400
www.myescambia.com/beready

Florida Division of Emergency Management

www.floridadisaster.org/index.asp

Escambia County, AL

314 Belleville Ave.
P.O. Box 848
Brewton, AL 36427 251-867-1032

Baldwin County, AL

23100 McAuliffe Drive
Robertsdale, AL 36567 251-972-6806

Conecuh County, AL

102 Country Shop Road
P.O. Box 611
Evergreen, AL 36401 251-578-5911

Fire & Emergency Services Gulf Coast

Fire & Emergency Services Gulf Coast provides fire suppression, fire prevention, public education, advanced and basic life support medical treatment and transport services, technical rescue and other special operations response for the NAS Whiting Field, Outlying Landing Fields and the surrounding communities.

Strategically located fire stations, staffed by Navy’s finest fire professionals, can answer any call for help 24/7.

To report a fire, medical emergency or other emergency, call 911. If calling from a cell phone instruct the 911 operator that you are on a Navy base, which ensures that Navy regional dispatchers receives the emergency to active our responders. For business purposes, please call 850-452-2896 for department administration or 850-623-7193 for the fire station on NAS Whiting Field.

Pen Air Federal Credit Union

At Pen Air Federal Credit Union respect is a guiding principle. An unshakeable belief in dreams and the can-do attitudes that make them real. As the largest and oldest local credit union in Pensacola, Florida, with $1.3 billion in assets, we are dedicated to enhancing lives through exceptional service, strength and financial solutions. We currently have 18 locations in Northwest Florida and Southeast Alabama, including three student-run credit unions at area high schools. We are a not-for-profit, member-owned financial institution, serving our community since 1936.

We are located at 7180 Langley St., Building 1417, on board NAS Whiting Field and are open 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information, visit www.penair.org or call us at 850-505-3200.

Commissary

NAS Whiting Field Support Services Commissary

 

The NAS Whiting Field Commissary is located at 7180 USS Wasp St., next to the Navy Exchange. Hours of operation are 7 a.m to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday for your shopping convenience. It is closed Sunday and Monday. The facility is also open 7 to 9 a.m. or early bird or handicapped shopping using the self-checkouts. Please call 850-623-7131 with any questions.

Navy Exchange

NAS Whiting Field Support Services Navy Exchange

 

Navy Exchange

NEX Main Exchange, in Building 3044, 7160 USS Wasp St., offers a wide variety of merchandise and services. There is a full line package store within the Main Exchange, and most importantly, the Uniform Store, making it a one-stop, convenient shopping experience for our patrons.

We excel in meeting your needs in the Uniform/Tailor Shop. Name tapes, leather patches and medal mounting are available. The store also offers laundry and dry cleaning services, souvenir items, a barbershop and Subway restaurant. Main Exchange operating hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Main Store is closed on Sundays and holidays. Please call 850-623-8066 if you require additional information.

NEX Auto-port/Gas Station

The NEX Auto-port/Gas Station, Building 2866, has an ASE-certified technician and a tire and lube mechanic on-site. You can also purchase tires, batteries and more. There are 24-hour pay-at-the-pump gas pumps. Hours of operation are 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Military Star Cards are accepted at the pumps. Please call 850-623-8088 to make a reservation.

NEX Barbershop

The NEX barbershop is located next to the Main Exchange, Building 3044 and may be reached via phone at 850-626-9890. We pride ourselves in having extremely experienced barbers here to serve you. Hours of operation are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Whiting Fields Homes Mini-Mart

The Whiting Fields Homes mini-mart is located within Whiting Fields Homes Base Housing complex, Building 573 off Berryhill Road. There are an array of products to choose from, including frozen foods, beverages, wine and spirits, personal care items, sandwiches, milk, diapers, coffee, cappuccino, novelty ice cream and more. The mini-mart also carries Blue Rhino propane tanks and bagged ice. Hours of operation are 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Call 850-983-4758 if you need more information.

NEX Human Resources Office

Come Work for Us!
www.navyexchange.jobs

Search for jobs, apply online or just create a profile for future job openings all at the click of a button! Call 850-458-3304 if you have any questions about the application process.

Food Service

Bowling Center Snack Bar

The Bowling Center Snack Bar is our quick-stop shop! From breakfast burritos to burgers, sandwiches to corn dogs, we have what you’re looking for! Want something to beat the heat of summer? Try one of our delicious salads; we have a variety to choose from! The snack bar is open 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and 2 to 9 p.m. Saturday. The site is closed Sunday. Please call 850-623-7545 with any additional questions.

Features — Full-service snack bar, Wi-Fi hotspot and is available for parties.

Mulligan’s Snack Bar

Located next to the future Paintball Course on the site of the old golf course, Mulligan’s offers a full menu of breakfast and lunch meals beginning at 6:30 a.m. Join us for breakfast and try one of our three-egg omelets, add a stack of pancakes or an order of French toast. Time for lunch? Mulligan’s offers daily lunch specials consisting of meat, vegetables, bread and a drink. The special changes daily except for Wednesday which is always Fried Chicken Day! In the mood for something lighter? We also offer hand-patted burgers and an assortment of wraps, salads and sandwiches. Come on in and try our homemade onion rings, fried pickles or fried mushrooms. Join us in our spacious dining area overlooking the old golf course, or dine outdoors on our patio to enjoy the great Florida weather. Having a meeting or get-together? Reserve the upstairs dining area for the privacy you need. Eat in or call ahead to 850-623-7521 and take it to go! Open 6:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday, the options are endless at Mulligan’s!

North Field Snack Bar

Hello from South of the Border: We have ready-made “grab and go” salads and snacks or try our standard burritos. Better yet, be creative with our loaded burritos which give you a choice of meats, beans, rice, corn, sautéed vegetables and all the cold fixings! They are guaranteed to leave you satisfied. Also on the menu, try our Southwestern egg rolls, tacos or taquitos! And don’t miss Friday’s fish tacos made with crispy pieces of breaded mahi-mahi! Looking for something sweet? Try our hot-out- of-the-oven apple turnover drizzled in caramel or a warm cinnamon churro that will definitely satisfy your sweet tooth! North Field Snack bar is the place to go if you’re looking for healthy options or you’re trying to go gluten- free; we have many great menu items to choose from. Come see us today, 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Call in orders are welcome; just call 850-623-2692.

South Field Snack Bar

Located inside the South Field Squadron Building, this snack bar offers a little bit of everything! We’re open 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday. The snack bar serves many delicious breakfast sandwiches, burritos and omelets to choose from. In a hurry? Call in your order to 850-623-6574. We also make fresh salads daily that are ready when you need them! Add to that a bowl of our homemade soups or chili and you have a quick meal on the go! Sit down for lunch and have a burger, Philly cheese steak, chicken strips, or wraps with some hot fries that are prepared especially for you.

Features — Free Wi-Fi.

Tower Cafe Coffee Shop

The Tower Cafe is the perfect place to meet up with friends, relax or study! In our Starbucks coffee shop you can enjoy your favorite coffee beverage whether it’s hot, iced or frozen! Top it off with one of our gourmet pastries, muffins or biscuits and you can’t go wrong! Our coffee shop offers comfortable areas to study in; you can take your pick of couches, armchairs, or grab a table if you need to spread your work out. Come do your presentation on our wall-to-wall chalk board or use one of the many erasable boards that are available. We provide Wi-Fi so internet access is easy. The coffee shop is open 6 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday, and the study area is available 24/7. Come in, relax and stay a while! Call 850-623-7928 for more details.

Features — Free Wi-Fi.

 

Food Service

NAS Whiting Field Support Services Food Service

 

Bowling Center Snack Bar

The Bowling Center Snack Bar is our quick-stop shop! From breakfast burritos to burgers, sandwiches to corn dogs, we have what you’re looking for! Want something to beat the heat of summer? Try one of our delicious salads; we have a variety to choose from! The snack bar is open 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and 2 to 9 p.m. Saturday. The site is closed Sunday. Please call 850-623-7545 with any additional questions.

Features — Full-service snack bar, Wi-Fi hotspot and is available for parties.

Mulligan’s Snack Bar

Located next to the future Paintball Course on the site of the old golf course, Mulligan’s offers a full menu of breakfast and lunch meals beginning at 6:30 a.m. Join us for breakfast and try one of our three-egg omelets, add a stack of pancakes or an order of French toast. Time for lunch? Mulligan’s offers daily lunch specials consisting of meat, vegetables, bread and a drink. The special changes daily except for Wednesday which is always Fried Chicken Day! In the mood for something lighter? We also offer hand patted burgers, and an assortment of wraps, salads, and sandwiches. Come on in and try our homemade onion rings, fried pickles or fried mushrooms. Join us in our spacious dining area overlooking the old golf course, or dine outdoors on our patio to enjoy the great Florida weather. Having a meeting or get-together? Reserve the upstairs dining area for the privacy you need. Eat in or call ahead to 850-623-7521 and take it to go! Open 6:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday, the options are endless at Mulligan’s!

North Field Snack Bar

Hello from South of the Border: We have ready-made “grab and go” salads and snacks or try our standard burritos. Better yet, be creative with our loaded burritos which give you a choice of meats, beans, rice, corn, sautéed vegetables and all the cold fixings! They are guaranteed to leave you satisfied. Also on the menu, try our Southwestern egg rolls, tacos or taquitos! And don’t miss Friday’s fish tacos made with crispy pieces of breaded mahi-mahi! Looking for something sweet? Try our hot out of the oven apple turnover drizzled in caramel or a warm cinnamon churro that will definitely satisfy your sweet tooth! North Field Snack bar is the place to go if you’re looking for healthy options or you’re trying to go gluten free; we have many great menu items to choose from. Come see us today, 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Call in orders are welcome, just call 850-623-2692.

South Field Snack Bar

Located inside the South Field Squadron Building, this snack bar offers a little bit of everything! We’re open 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday. The snack bar serves many delicious breakfast sandwiches, burritos and omelets to choose from. In a hurry? Call in your order to 850-623-6574. We also make fresh salads daily that are ready when you need them! Add to that a bowl of our homemade soups or chili and you have a quick meal on the go! Sit down for lunch and have a burger, Philly cheese steak, chicken strips, or wraps with some hot fries that are prepared especially for you.

Features — Free Wi-Fi.

Tower Cafe Coffee Shop

The Tower Cafe is the perfect place to meet up with friends, relax or study! In our Starbucks coffee shop you can enjoy your favorite coffee beverage whether it’s hot, iced, or frozen! Top it off with one of our gourmet pastries, muffins or biscuits and you can’t go wrong! Our coffee shop offers comfortable areas to study in; you can take your pick of couches, armchairs, or grab a table if you need to spread your work out. Come do your presentation on our wall-to-wall chalk board or use one of the many erasable boards that are available. We provide Wi-Fi so internet access is easy. The coffee shop is open 6 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday, and the study area is available 24/7. Come in, relax, and stay a while! Call 850-623-7928 for more details.

Features — Free Wi-Fi.

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