You can call your ADL by visiting the ADL contact listing here in the dorm feature or utilize the chat function within the "Groups" feature. Just visit "Groups" and enter group code "dorms" to enter the group!
Most junior enlisted unaccompanied Airmen live in the dormitory. It is mandatory for Priority 1 (key and essential personnel) and Priority 2 (E-1 to E-3 and E-4 less than 3 years service) unaccompanied personnel to live in the dormitory. Other unaccompanied personnel may live in the dormitory on a space-available basis. Generally, an E-4 living in the dormitory who reaches 3 years of service may voluntarily occupy a room on a space-available basis without Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) or move into local community housing with BAH. In certain circumstances, such as to make space available for more junior personnel, you may be authorized to move out before reaching E-4 with greater than 3 years of service. The most senior Airmen are released first. Your Airmen Dorm Leader or UH Management Office representative will advise residents when early release is necessary.
The Air Force assignment standard is one private room for each permanent party. The new Air Force construction standard provides a private bath for each bedroom and a shared kitchen and common area, similar what you may find in the local community. Not every installation has the newest style dorms, however, so you may be in a dormitory that shares a bathroom with another Airman. You will still have a private room. Most dorms at Whiteman AFB will have a shared bathroom.
Unaccompanied Housing (UH) is provided for unaccompanied Airmen in the ranks of E-1 to E-3 and E-4 with less than 3 years of service. Within each private sleeping room, Airmen are provided furnishings and supplies required for comfortable living. Room arrangements and the furnishings provided vary from base to base. Before shipping any personal items please contact the UH Management Office at your gaining installation for location specific information.
Once you know what furnishings you will be provided at your gaining installation, you should only bring supplemental items that can comfortably fit in your private sleeping room with the government issued furniture. Personnel with extensive household goods may submit a commander-endorsed request to the UH Management Office to reside in community housing and receive a Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) when the annual cost of moving and storage would exceed 50 percent of authorized BAH. (Moving cost + 12 months storage) / by 12 months > (monthly BAH rate) / 2) For more information, contact the UH Management Office.
The Installation Commander establishes local policy regarding social visits, so check with your UH Management Office for the local policy. At a minimum, guests must be at least 18 years old, be escorted at all times and are prohibited between hours 2400 - 0600 hours. Cohabitation is not authorized.
Yes, but the ADL will supply you with the the right bulb, so you you do not have to purchase your own!
Air filters are distributed by the ADL and must be installed/replaced by the resident.
You are eligible to move out of the dorms 60 days prior to your wedding date. You have until 30 days after the wedding to provide dorm management with a wedding certificate.
The dorms are equipped with full-size beds.
Stop by your ADL's office for pre-deployment briefing.
Fish are the only authorized pet in Whiteman AFB dorm rooms.
You can grab an application outside of any of the ADL's office, then get your supervisor and First Sergeant's signatures and then turn in to your respective ADL.
After you have received the BAH directive email you will receive an email with a time and date for a BAH briefing at the base theater.
Please contact your ADL immediately to set an appointment.
If in Challenger, Columbia or Discovery use a flathead screw driver or something similar and insert into square lock above doorknob and unlock. If you are in Atlantis use a flathead screwdriver or something similar and insert into the split and unlock.
Call your Supervisor or First Sergeant and let them know you are locked out. Then they can obtain the building master key from the LE desk in the Security Forces Squadron.
Yes, that's AFI 32-6000 Housing Management. You can find it here, on AF e-publishing.
Change thermostat to heat mode, then wait one minute minimum, put your hand in front of your vent and verify it is blowing hot air.
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