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United States Air Force
1451 4th Street SE
Consolidated Support Center
Kirtland AFB, NM 87117
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The missions of Kirtland Air Force Base fall into four major categories:
Visit the Kirtland AFB official homepage to obtain more information about the mission at Kirtland AFB.
All active duty military members qualified to receive BAH must first report to the Kirtland Housing Management Office (HMO), prior to engaging in any residential rental/lease agreement in privatized on-base housing or community (off-base) housing. This requirement also applies to home purchase agreements. All unaccompanied members below grade E5 must report to the Dorm Manager at 505-853-5479, DSN 312-263-5479, for housing assistance. For further assistance with your housing needs contact the HMO at 505-846-8217, DSN 312-246-8217.
Child Development Centers
There are two child development centers on Kirtland AFB. Both centers have a waiting list for unborn through 2 years of age. Parents are encouraged to forward a DD 2606, Department Of Defense Child Development Program Request for Care Record, to the Gibson CDC or Maxwell CDC to establish a need for care.
If you are going to bring pets to Kirtland AFB please check on the Animal Control Requirement. Vicious dogs, including Pit Bulls, American Staffordshire Bull Terriers, English Staffordshire Bull Terriers, Rottweilers (full or mixed breed), wolf hybrids, or any other breed with dominant traits geared toward aggression are banned from base housing at Kirtland AFB.
If you have emergency financial needs call 505-846-0741, DSN 312-246-0741 or stop by the Airman and Family Readiness Flight to speak with the Air Force Aid Society Officer.
The 377th Air Base Wing is the host organization at Kirtland Air Force Base. The wing reports to Air Force Global Strike Command and supports over 100 mission partners. The base and its various mission partners employs about 22,000 active duty, civilians, contractors, Guard and Reserve personnel. Kirtland AFB occupies 51,558 acres.
Firearms registration applies to all residents of Kirtland Family Housing, Fam-Camp, base dormitories, lodging facilities and government owned or operated facilities. Firearms registration is accomplished by completing an AF IMT 1314, Firearms Registration, and delivering that form to the Law Enforcement Armory. All firearms registered to owners residing in the dormitories are required to be stored in the Law Enforcement Armory immediately upon purchase of the firearm. When entering the installation while transporting firearms, immediately inform gate security personnel. Under no circumstances can firearms be left in any vehicle unattended.
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