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Common Contacts:
Military ID Cards (CAC Cards) Appointments: https//:rapids-appointments.dmdc.osd.mil

Military Personal Customer Service (Mil ID/Deers) - 413-557-3874
Airman and Family Readiness Center - 413-557-3024                            
Base Operator - 413-557-1110
Base Contracting - 413-557-3508
Legal Office - 413-557-3513
On-Base Lodging (Flyers Inn) - 413-557-2700
Pioneer Valley USO - 413-557-3290
Retiree Information Office - 413-557-3918
Space "A" Flight Information - 413-557-2549
Westover Club - 413-593-5531
Tenant Units phone directory, CLICK HERE.

Phone Directory

Customer Service (military IDs) - 413-557-3874 
Law Enforcement Desk - 413-557-3557

Airman & Family Readiness - 413-557-3024
Airshow Vendor Questions - 413-557-2899

Base Exchange - 413-593-0232
Base Lodging (Flyers Inn) - 413-557-2700
Base Shoppette/Gas Station - 413-557-3869
Barber Shop - 413-557-2080
Base Club/Dining Facility - 413-557-2039
Bowling Alley - 413-557-3990 

Chaplain - 413-557-3360
Civil Air Patrol - 413-330-8311
Clinic - 413-557-1111
Commander's Hotline - 413-557-3774
Communications Squadron Focal Point - 413-557-7999
Contracting Office - 413-557-3508
Conference Center - 413-557-3595

Drug Demand Reduction Manager - 413-557-2649

Education/Training Office - 413-557-3440
Explosive Ordnance Disposal - 413-557-3509    
Fire Department
- 413-557-3818
Fitness Center
- 413-557-3958
Four Seasons (MWR) - 413-557-2192

Honor Guard - 413-557-3342
Historian (UTAs only) - 413-557-2075

IG Complaint Program - 413-557-3137
Inspector General - 413-557-3137
Information Protection - 413-557-2310

Legal Office - 413-557-3513
Lodging (Flyers Inn) - 413-557-2700

Maintenance Group - 413-557-3816
Military Housing - 413-331-3205
Mission Support Group - 413-557-3044
Military ID/DEERS - 413-557-3874
Mental Health - 413-557-2456

Operations Group - 413-557-2204 
Outdoor Recreation/Four Season
- 413-557-2192

Reserve Pay - 413-557-7291
Travel Pay - 413-557-7291
Civilian Pay - 413-557-7291

Pioneer Valley USO - 413-557-3290 
Public Affairs/Media Relations - 413-557-2020
Passenger Terminal - 413-557-3453
Pass & ID - 413-557-2012
Protocol - 413-557-3478

Recruiting - 413-557-2125 
Retiree Activity Office - 413-557-3918

Security Forces - 413-557-3557
Sexual Assault Response Coordinator - 413-557-7272
Shoppette/Gas Station - 413-557-3869
Snowline (inclement weather) - 413-557-3444
Space "A" Travel - 413-557-2549

Transportation - 413-557-3855
Tricare - 1-877-874-2273
Tour Questions - 413-557-2020

Visitor's Center/Vehicle Pass - 413-557-2012

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Congratulations to Team Andersen's newest graduates of Airman Leadership School class 19F! Follow the link to download the High Res. photos: https://www.flickr.com/photos/andersenafb/albums/72157710560654943
Congratulations to Team Andersen's newest Master Sergeants. To download the High Res. photos, follow the link below: https://www.flickr.com/photos/andersenafb/albums/72157710543959523
It’s that time of year again when parents and children are preparing to go back to school. 26 Aug. starts the 1st day of school for Team Andersen children. With that said, please take extreme precaution while driving in the school zone. Please see school zone safety tips below: - Be on the lookout for school zone signals and ALWAYS obey the speed limits. - When entering a school zone, be sure to SLOW DOWN and obey all traffic laws. - Always stop for school buses that are loading or unloading children. - BE AWARE of and watch out for children near schools, bus stops, sidewalks, in the streets, in school parking lots, etc.
Members assigned to the 36 Force Support Squadron, SSgt Cherise Hood, SSgt Joshua Parnell and SrA Alyssa Ross, recently represented Joint Region Marianas at the Tenth Annual Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC) Culinary Competition at Naval Station Great Lakes. The culinary competition consisted of twelve teams of three chefs that were declared as the best of their Navy region. The trio ultimately snatched second place for overall performance and took home third place in the culinary competition. Their winnings included three fine-dining cookbooks, a garnishing kit, a knife set and 24 education hours from the American Culinary Federation. (courtesy photos) #foodservices #culinaryskills #36FSS
Thank you Civil Engineers for you what you do and continue to #LeadTheWay
If you want to hit the gym but don't like waiting for equipment, check out the Annex Fitness Center! It's open 24/7 and all you need is a PIN code. Register your military ID at the annex during their manned hours to recieve your code. Staffed annex hours: Monday-Friday 6am-9am and 4pm-7pm. Located next to the base library. See ya at the gym!
Andersen AFB will be conducting a routine exercise from 20-22 Aug. Please expect delays at all gates and announcements across the public address system.
Team Andersen is thankful for all the thoughts and prayers given the last couple of days, and we are glad to report that the Defender is healthy and doing well. We thank all our Defenders who protect our base personnel and families, allowing the mission to drive on each day. Our training and partnership with the Guam Police Department is also an invaluable asset. Resources are available to those affected by these circumstances. Remember you are never alone, and help is always available. Visit Andersen Helping Agencies - AHA for more information.
Remembering the last “Skyblazer”
Gate runner pronounced dead ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE, Guam – At approximately 7:52 a.m. local time today, the suspect was pronounced deceased on scene while receiving medical attention by emergency medical personnel. At approximately 7:35 p.m., Aug. 14, a suspect charged the front gate while being pursued by the Guam Police Department. The suspect crashed their vehicle while attempting to force their way through the gate, abandoned their vehicle, and then proceeded to flee on foot into the nearby jungle area. 36th Security Forces Squadron initiated base lockdown procedures and began the search for the suspect along with GPD. The suspect attempted to evade patrols in the jungle. 36th SFS’s members and GPD located the suspect on base and initiated an arrest. The suspect responded aggressively attacking the arresting officers and stabbed a Department of Defense civilian security forces member. The suspect was subsequently shot by the officer in self-defense. “While apprehending a suspect, our defenders were compelled to use lethal force for their own defense, resulting in the death of the suspect,” said Brig. General Gentry Boswell, 36th Wing commander. “We value the importance of every life and are thankful for the courage our Defenders display in the safe conduct of their duties protecting our personnel and families.” There is an ongoing investigation into this incident and additional information may be provided when available. The Naval Criminal Investigative Service and Air Force Office of Special Investigation are working together with Security Forces and Guam Police Department to conduct a thorough investigation into the incident and the use of force.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Police chase suspect shot at Andersen Air Force Base during apprehension. At approximately 6:35 a.m. local time, the search for the suspect involved in a high-speed police chase last night with Guam Police Department ended when he was located by a team of security forces members here. The individual crashed into the barriers on Andersen AFB and attempted to flee on foot. During apprehension, the suspect responded aggressively and stabbed a Department of Defense civilian security forces member. The suspect was subsequently shot by base security during the altercation. The suspect was transported by ambulance to civilian hospital. “Our top priority is to ensure the safety of Team Andersen, our service members and families,” said Brig. Gen. Gentry Boswell, 36th Wing commander. “We are proud of our partnerships in place and for the swift actions taken by our security forces members in conjunction with local law enforcement.” There is an ongoing investigation into this incident and additional information may be provided when available. The Air Force Office of Special Investigation is working together with Andersen AFB security forces and the Guam Police Department. Please direct any inquiries to the Public Affairs office at (671) 366-2228.
Main Gate Closure Real World for Andersen AFB Anderesen AFB Main Gate is closed for emergency personel only until further notice. Utilize other gates for entry and exit to Andersen AFB.
At approximately 7:35 p.m. local time, a civilian suspect attempted to enter Andersen Air Force Base at the main gate after fleeing from the Guam Police Department, the suspect crashed his vehicle when members of the 36th Security Forces Squadron activated emergency defensive barriers. Andersen Air Force Base was placed on lockdown as a safety precaution. Security Forces and local law enforcement responded to the scene of the crash, secured the area and opened the main gate road. The all clear has been issued and normal operations have resumed.
As of right now, every gate but the back gate is open. Traffic is slowly flowing & all outbound traffic is being searched.
ALL CLEAR ALL CLEAR ALL CLEAR Immediate threat has passed. The lockdown for Andersen AFB has been lifted. Thank you for your patience while Andersen AFB responders ensured the safety of our base. ALL CLEAR ALL CLEAR ALL CLEAR
LOCKDOWN LOCKDOWN LOCKDOWN Andersen AFB is in a base wide lockdown. All base personnel implement lockdown procedures and immediately take shelter. Remain indoors and keep all entry ways locked. This is not an exercise! We will provide further updates as we receive them.
Did you send your family your photo yet? Our Flickr page has hundreds of photos that you may want! Photos from official ceremonies are posted and kept on Flickr for 6 months, or until the page is at capacity - 1000 photos. If you have recently been promoted, awarded, graduated from ALS, assumed or relinquished command, etc., make sure you check out the link below! https://www.flickr.com/photos/andersenafb/
CBD is non-psychotropic, meaning it does not produce the high associated with tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the primary psychoactive component of marijuana. Also, IAW AFI 1-1, members are not allowed to use CBD or any other substance (other than alcohol or tobacco) to become intoxicated or alter their mood or function. This is a violation of Art 92 failure to obey order or regulation. STAY AWAY FROM CBD!!! #sayno2CBD #sayno2drugs #CBDisbad
Andersen never sleeps! The 36th EAMXS operates around the clock to make sure that the mission gets done. Night shift workers are given work that cannot be completed during the day because of time restraints, and complete a wide range of task during their shift.
Raw footage of the EOD portion of the PA tour. https://t.co/8t4dO2XsoB
Galaxy Community Council Chicopee Chamber of Commerce Westover Metropolitan Airport #reserveready #AFRCready https://t.co/hkTLA4DkcD
We're currently offering monthly public tours on the last Wednesday of each month. In order to reserve a spot, plea… https://t.co/D6ynqErIOh
439th Airlift Wing Dog Patch Excercise https://t.co/APS3CtcWmy
Westover Top 3 donate to the Chicopee Boys and Girls Club https://t.co/6zsGlxY0Xj
439th AMDS mass casualty excercise https://t.co/yA2P3PgmDS
Westover ARB does not have an airshow this year. For airshow info go to the websites for the USAF Thunderbirds and… https://t.co/FXcvU2gwLa
🛫Space A Friendly Reminder!🛬 📲On the recorded line, Space A flight info is updated 72 hours prior to the flight.… https://t.co/wH7D2bRzJr
HEADS UP: EOD is scheduled to conduct explosives training until 4 PM.
Welcome back to Westover!!-- The 439th Airlift Wing hosted a Change of Command Ceremony for incoming wing commande… https://t.co/PAhHYPrAeP
There is our Col. Kelly Hosey right in back of Gen. Miller, she will speaking tomorrow night at the Dining Out. Gen… https://t.co/2mtjSfqMiR
Throwback Thursday, April 2001 as the Springfield MEPS building was being built next to the Westover Bowling Facili… https://t.co/pUQtGQWSip
“Sharpening the Sword”; an ancient phrase that, at its foundation, identifies the importance of preparation and sel… https://t.co/e9YDh5raRl
WESTOVER AIR RESERVE BASE, Mass. – Cpl. Mark Kornacki from the Hampden County Sheriff's Department, trains recruit… https://t.co/8Bs880EOYy
Throwback Thursday! Cover and inside cover of the 1972 Westover Air Force Base Guide. I will scan the rest soon and… https://t.co/WHsLKIioxh
Police Week 2019 sign-up https://t.co/wJHVGxJII8
Throwback Thursday! Cover and inside cover of the 1972 Westover Air Force Base Guide. I will scan the rest soon and… https://t.co/qQFADpUahn
🚒 Awesome work, Westover Warriors! 🚒 Westover responded to a mutual aid request in Granby with one engine with 4... https://t.co/sSuyP9tJvM