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United States Air Force
Capital Assets Management Office - Lackland AFB
Lackland AFB, TX 78236
When planning for a move with the military, you might consider moving into government housing. Government housing is owned and maintained by the Department of Defense and is typically on the installation. Eligibility and availability for this type of housing may vary by service member, family size and installation. Learn more about the different options, benefits and discounts that may be available to you through government housing.
JBSA Fort Sam Houston
All soldiers desiring on-post housing must complete a housing application prior to being placed on the waiting list. When a home becomes available, Lincoln Military Housing will contact the soldier and make an offer. If the soldier accepts the home, he/she must sign a lease. The lease will authorize the start of the current resident's basic allowance for housing and the start of an allotment to pay the monthly rent. The rent will equal the BAH with dependents for the senior service member authorized to live in the family housing unit.
Soldiers may submit an advance packet for placement in housing prior to their arrival to Fort Sam Houston. Upon arrival to the base, the soldier will report to LMH in Building 367 to move his/her name from the advance list to the actual list and check on the status of a home.
Air Force Housing
Visit the Air Force housing website to find your new home with the Air Force. This website serves as a one-stop shop for airmen and their families to obtain information about the housing options and support services available to them at Air Force bases worldwide.
Housing Flexibility During Permanent Change of Station within the United States
Housing flexibility for certain armed forces members with dependents, permanent change of station within the United States implements a change to the joint travel regulations that state that a service member of the armed forces on a PCS may be allowed housing flexibility to support the advanced or delayed travel of their dependents for certain reasons. Those reasons include spouse employment, dependent education, enrollment in the Exceptional Family Member Program or caring for a family member with a chronic or long-term illness.
The law has a covered relocation period of 180 days prior to and after the service member’s departure date from the old duty station and this period may be extended or shortened. The member may request a basic allowance for housing at the old or new permanent duty station or at the dependent’s location before the covered relocation period began.
For more information, contact your local personnel office or visit the Military OneSource website.
The Residential Community Initiative is a family housing privatization program. RCI is a Department of the Army program designed to enhance the quality-of-life for service members and their families by improving the existing on-post family housing conditions, eliminating any housing shortages and improving neighborhood amenities playgrounds, outdoor athletic courts, walking and running trails and more. Under this program, Fort Sam Houston housing was privatized.
The privatization of the housing, which took effect on March 1, 2005, is a partnership between the Army and Lincoln Military Housing, which owns and operates military housing on post, is called Fort Sam Houston Family Housing. The FSHFH partnership will construct, improve and maintain FSHFH for the next 50 years, and assume responsibility and control over every aspect of family housing operations on post. The operation and maintenance of our family housing has been transferred to LMH, which manages FSHFH. RCI provides oversight of LMH.
JBSA Lackland Air Force Base
Lackland Air Force Base housing has a waiting list, is privatized and is managed by Balfour Beatty. Make sure you go to your losing base housing office to have your name added to the waiting list. You can find both the government and privatized housing numbers in the contact list. The website for privatized Lackland housing shows houses and their floor plans. The wait list depends on rank, number of dependents and type of housing. In the surrounding community, there are numerous apartments and single dwellings to rent as well as to buy. Visit the Lackland Air Force Base Homes Facebook page, too.
Single military personnel without children in pay grades E1-E3 must live in a dormitory on base. There is no housing on base for E5 and above or for single officers. There are 12 permanent party dormitories on Lackland, Lackland Training Annex and the Kelly Annex.
It is mandatory for all personnel storing privately owned firearms in their residence in family housing on base to register their firearms with 802d SFS Pass and Registration. This must be done within three duty days for newly assigned personnel residing in base housing.
Visit the Air Force Housing website to find your new home with the Air Force. This website serves as a one-stop shop for Airmen and their families to obtain information about the housing options and support services available to them at Air Force bases worldwide.
JBSA Randolph Air Force Base
Randolph Air Force Base’s (or Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph) military family housing is privatized. Hunt owns the family housing and is responsible for maintaining, repairing, constructing and managing the community. For more information, view the Randolph Family Housing website or call 210-659-9061.
The Housing Management Office is the first building on the left as you enter JBSA-Randolph via the main gate at Building 144. Counselors offer referral services to on-base privatized housing and assist with locating housing accommodations in the local community. For comprehensive information about the privatized and community housing at JBSA-RND call 210-652-1840 or visit the Air Force Housing website.
Housing for single service members is controlled by each unit. There are different configurations for the rooms depending on rank and unit. The most common type is 1+1 where each soldier will have his/her individual bedrooms but will share a kitchenette and bathroom. All rooms are furnished with a bed, a refrigerator and microwave, a chest of drawers, a nightstand, an armoire, and a desk. Unaccompanied soldiers are required to stay at the barracks. E-6 and above have the option of getting apartments upon approval.
Single military personnel without children in pay grades E1-E3 must live in a dormitory on base. There is no housing on base for E5 and above or for single officers. There are 12 permanent party dormitories on Lackland, Lackland Training Annex, and the Kelly Annex.
Please contact your sponsor for details.
A service member may voluntarily request priority housing based on Exceptional Family Member Program status. Lincoln Military Housing will refer the service member to the Residential Communities Initiative office to complete a housing priority placement packet. Those requiring priority housing placement may request a sample packet from the RCI operations manager by calling 210-221-2250/1983.
If you have an exceptional family member, below are some points regarding on-base living:
Please contact the base housing office (210-671-1840) with questions pertaining to housing availability for families with special needs. You may also contact EFMP - Family Services at 210-671-7636 for information.
Please contact the base housing office (210-671-1840) with questions pertaining to housing availability for families with special needs. You may also contact EFMP - Family Services at 210-652-5321 for information.