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United States Air Force
24 Hour Check-In Point
1024 Cannon Circle
Little Rock AFB, AR 72099
When you arrive at your new installation, you’ll need to follow installation-specific procedures. Each installation and service handles in-processing differently. Here, you can find installation-specific guidelines and a list of documents to bring with you when checking- in. Reach out to the contacts provided if you have specific questions.
Effective as of 1 February 2019, all incoming members will attend an in-processing appointment at the Welcome Center located in the Walters Community Support Center. At this appointment, you will in-process through TMO, MPS, Finance, the Medical Group, along with other support agencies. This appointment will be made in coordination with your sponsor and will need to be accomplished within 72 hours of arrival.
All first duty station officers must call or report to the Airman and Family Readiness Center, Bldg 940, to schedule a mandatory Financial Briefing.
If you have not been contacted by a sponsor 30 days before departure, contact the INTRO office at 501-987-8228 or DSN 731-8228 during normal duty hours (7:30 am - 3:30 pm) for assistance. You can also contact the Airman and Family Readiness Center 501-987-2667 or DSN 312-731-2667.
Newcomers Orientation Event
Your one-stop in-processing will be accomplished at our Newcomers Orientation conducted twice a month (Wednesday) from 0700-1400 for FTAC students and First Duty Station Officers. All other attendees sign-in at 0815. A lunch sponsored by the Chapel is provided. Newcomers Orientation takes place at the Airman & Family Readiness Center, located in the Walters Community Support Center. At Newcomers Orientation, you will be greeted by base leadership, meet local community representatives, and receive all your mandatory in-processing briefings. Spouses are encouraged to attend; we have incorporated a family-friendly agenda which allows spouses to join their active duty member at 0815 and includes a special break-out session for spouses. Newcomers is a great way to quickly get in touch with your community.
Don't miss out on meeting new people and learning about the military way of life! The Heartlink class teaches spouses about the Air Force way of life; including: acronyms, protocol, pay statements, available resources and much more. This fun, interactive workshop is offered quarterly at the Airman and Family Readiness Center in the Walters Community Center. Call 501-987-2667 for more information.
The Temporary Lodging Facility at Little Rock AFB consists of one and two bedroom units. The one bedroom unit sleeps a maximum of four guests while the two-bedroom sleeps six. We also have 14 Pet-Friendly units with an additional fee of $10.00 per night/per unit, limit two pets per unit (cats and/or dogs only). Proof of rabies shots, as a minimum, ARE required prior to check-in. Evidence of additional shots may be required. Contact the Lodging Office to make reservations, or have the sponsor make the reservations for you. If the sponsor is going to make the reservations for the PCSing family, the active duty member should ensure he/she has all the information required for Lodging to be able to make the reservation, i. e. correct arrival date, number of adults and children, if any pets are traveling with them, reporting unit, cell phone # if available or POC information, and if at all possible, a credit card number, Visa or MasterCard, so Lodging can guarantee the reservation. If there is no space available on base, you will then be provided a Non-Availability letter from lodging in order to secure a room. In conjunction with the "NA" letter, you will also receive a return reservation date for on-base accommodations at the earliest date possible. Authorized duration of stay for PCS personnel is 30 days. Any extensions required over the original 30 days have to be presented to management in writing (Lodging has a locally devised form) and approval of such will depend on availability of guests' authorized room type. Reimbursement for TLE is for 10 days ONLY, to include stays in both departing and arrival bases, if PCSing CONUS to CONUS. If PCSing overseas from CONUS, the reimbursement for your Lodging stay in CONUS will only be for 5 days. If PCSing to CONUS from overseas, the reimbursement for your Lodging stay in CONUS will be for 10 days.
If you are TDY to Little Rock and plan to bring family members, be prepared to either accommodate them off-base or stay off-base at your own expense. TDY personnel are not authorized TLF as Priority 1 guests and can only request TLF rooms on a space available basis for family members, meaning the original reservation can only be for (3) nights, and extensions can only be requested on the check-out day, and only for one day at a time. The average price range for commercial quarters is $60-$88 per night. Most commercial quarters have NO cooking facilities; restaurants are located nearby. Make reservations if the date of arrival is known by calling 501-987-6753/6652, DSN 312-731-6753/6652, 24 hours a day.
There is now a toll-free number for all duty and space-available travelers to use in making Air Force CONUS Lodging reservations. The toll-free number is 1-888-AF LODGE (1-888-235-6343). After you dial the toll-free number, you will hear a recorded prompt asking you to dial the first three digits of the base; for example, if you're calling to make Lodging reservations at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, you punch in LIT, and you'll be sent to the Lodging Office at Little Rock. This toll-free number is for Air Force lodging operations located in the continental U.S. (includes Hickam AFB, Hawaii).
The Child Development Center in Bldg 1990 is equipped to care for children 6 weeks to 5 years of age. The Infant Toddler center in Bldg 1257 is equipped to care for children 6 weeks through 2 years. Weekly child care is available for active duty military and DoD civilians. Weekly fees are based on total family income. For more information, call Bldg 1990 at 501-987-6130 or DSN 731-6130 or Bldg 1257 at 501-987-6070 or DSN 731-6070.
There is occasionally a waiting list for child care programs at the Little Rock AFB. To be placed on the list, log on to Militarychildcare.com. Contact the Child Development Center (CDC) for more information.
There is occasionally a waiting list for child care programs at the Little Rock AFB. To be placed on the list, pick up a DD Form 2606 from your base Child Development Center (CDC), fill it out completely, and mail it to the CDC, 19 FSS/FSFC, Little Rock AFB AR 72099-5013, email to 19FSS.CDC@us.af.mil or fax to DSN 312-731-5465. Call the CDC two weeks before arrival to LRAFB to get status of available care.
All PCSing families are eligible to receive 20 hours of free childcare, regardless of rank. You do have to use the childcare within 60 days of checking into the base and it is also necessary to use an on-base family day care home provider. Bring a copy of your orders to the Airman and Family Readiness Center and we will provide you with a voucher for the care and guide you through the process.
The Family Child Care Program is administered through the Family Child Care coordinator located in Bldg 1988. It provides licensed child care in base housing units, under Air Force guidance and training programs. Call 501-987-3156 or DSN 312-731-3156 for information.
The Youth Center in Bldg 1992 is equipped to care for children 5-12 years of age. A before/after school program is offered and when school is out, all day care is provided. Weekly fees are based on total family income. Contact 987-6355 or DSN 731-6355 for more information.
The Youth Center also offers Open Rec/Teen programs for children 9-18 years of age. The program is affiliated with Boys and Girls Clubs of America and offers 4H activities. Memberships are available. Contact 987-6355 or DSN 731-6355 for more information.
Please note if you get married before you PCS or during your PCS, you must inform your commander and follow the procedures exactly as you are given them. The military will not pay for travel and housing of your spouse if you do not follow proper procedures and your spouse is not listed on your travel orders.