The Club hosts many popular events, such as the increasingly popular Home Brew Fest, a Wine Fest, and regular programs for the whole family, and sports celebrity visits and autograph sessions. Become an instant winner when you join – and continue being a winner throughout the year with your Club membership.
For Club membership information, visit The Club, Bldg. 1013. Click www.myairforcelife.com/clubs/ or call 719-556-4181. Click here to see the video of Club membership benefits.
The installation commander extends membership privileges in the following order:
1. All active duty military members of the US armed forces assigned to the installation or directly supported by it and Reserve personnel on Air Force Reserve Command installations.
2. Members of US Reserve Components and National Guard units.
3. Cadets of Service Academies.
4. Members of the Coast Guard, Commissioned Corps of the Public Health Service, and Commissioned Corps of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on active duty.
5. Members of the US military services on the retired list with pay, including reservists retired with pay, and those who have qualified for retired pay at age 60, but who have not yet reached age 60 (gray area retirees).
6. Honorably discharged veterans with 100 percent Service-connected disability. These members are not charged dues.
7. Personnel separated under the voluntary Separation Incentive (VSI) and Special Separation Benefits (SSB) programs for 2 years after separation.
8. Medal of honor recipients. These members are not charged dues.
9. Unremarried surviving spouses of personnel who died while on active duty or while in retired status. DD Dorm 1173, Uniformed Services Identification and Privilege Card, is sufficient documentation of this status. These members may be charged dues at not more than half the normal dues rate, as determined locally. Membership in the club is commensurate with the grade of the former spouse or sponsor.
10. Unremarried former spouses who were married to military members for at least 20 while the military member was on active duty to the Armed Forces. Membership in the club is commensurate with the grade if the former spouse.
11. U.S. DoD civilians, including NAF employees, when stationed outside the U.S. These memberships are subject to applicable Status of Forces Agreements and other international agreements. The installation commander established civilian grade requirement for membership in the officers’ and enlisted clubs.
12. U.S. Federal employees when assigned in areas outside the U.S.
13. Medical personnel under contract to the military DoD Component during periods when they are residing on the installation.
14. Military personnel of foreign nations when on orders from the U.S. Armed Forces, or in overseas areas when the major command commander grants privileges in the best interest of the U.S. Foreign warrant officers, without officer status in their native country, are not eligible for membership in officers’ clubs.
15. Paid members of the American Red Cross, Young Men’s Christian Association, United Service Organization, and United Seamen’s Service when assigned with U.S. Armed Forces outside the U.S.
16. U.S. employees of firms under contract to DoD working on an installation when assigned in areas outside the U.S. These memberships are subject to applicable status of Forces Agreements and other international agreements.
17. U.S. DoD civilians, both APF and NAF, and retired DoD civilians.
18. DoD contractor personnel and technical representative working full tine on the installation.
19. Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets when participating in field training.
20. Former Prisoners of War (POWs) and spouses of POWs or Service members missing in action. These members are not charged dues.
21. Other Federal employees within the U.S. The memberships are recertified annually.
22. Leaders in the local community designated by the installation commander. These members may be charged dues and are recertified annually.
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