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Department of the Air Force
575 Gunfighter Avenue
Mountain Home AFB, ID 83648-5237
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Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho is the home of the 366th Fighter Wing, which reports to Air Combat Command. Today the 366th Fighter Wing includes the firepower of F-15E Strike Eagles and the Republic of Singapore Air Force F-15SSG.
Our Mission: Prepare mission-ready Gunfighters to conduct military operations anytime, anywhere.
Our Vision: To be the Nation's most lethal and agile lead wing. One team consisting of empowered, innovative and resilient Gunfighters.
School Age Children
If you are arriving during the school year and you have school age children, you will need your children's immunization records and school records available to you. For further information call the school district office. They can answer all your specific school-related questions. There is only one school district which includes Mountain Home and Mountain Home AFB in the local area. You may also contact the School Liaison Officer at 208-599-0412 for assistance with local school information.
Housing your pets immediately upon arrival is always a concern. There are a few kennels located in Mountain Home. If you plan on arriving during the weekend, make arrangements prior to your arrival since the kennels are normally closed. All dogs and cats on base must be registered and immunized against rabies. Members residing in base housing are allowed two pets only.
Important Phone Numbers
Mountain Home AFB Command Post can be contacted at 208-828-5800 or 1-800-310-9924. The Command Post can be reached at DSN 312-728-5800.
A major concern for people arriving from the eastern United States or any other large metropolis areas are our long deserted roads. Gas stations and other facilities are not always readily available, be prepared for emergencies, pack accordingly.
Although Mountain Home AFB may seem a bit isolated, Idaho has a lot to offer; and the 366th Force Support Squadron knows how to find it. From whitewater rafting the Payette and Snake Rivers to snowmobiling next to bison in Yellowstone National Park, our Outdoor Adventure Program is ready to serve. Perhaps you’d like to meet friends for lunch, check out a good book, or train for the next marathon. The FSS operates the library, Gunfighter Club, Youth Center, swimming pool, golf course, and much more.
For more information on what is happening around the base check out mhafbfun.com.
For base specific information, check out the 366th Mountain Home AFB website at mountainhome.af.mil.
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