Armed Forces Recreation Center (AFRC)
Armed Forces Recreation Center (AFRC) full-service resort hotels
are Joint Service Facilities that provide quality, wholesome,
affordable, family-oriented vacation recreation opportunities to
servicemembers, their families, and other authorized patrons
(including official travelers) of the the Total Defense Force.
The AFRCs are centrally-managed, U.S. Army FMWRC-operated
facilities with a mission to provide rest, relaxation, recreation,
and sustainment for Army personnel, their families, and other
members of the total Defense Force.
Authorized users include active-duty military, retirees, currently
employed and retired Department of Defense civilians, reservists,
delayed entry recruits, and family members.
Float Plan Central (Boating Safety)
This website - http://www.floatplancentral.org/ -instructs on how
to develop a boating Float Plan. Use this template to make your
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SpaceA - DoD Instruction 4515.13-R: Air
CHAPTER 6 - SPACE-AVAILABLE TRAVEL 76
Space-available travel is the specific program of travel authorized
by this Chapter allowing authorized passengers to occupy DoD
aircraft seats that are surplus after all space-required passengers
have been accommodated. Space-available travel is allowed on a
nonmission interference basis only. DoD aircraft shall not be
scheduled to accommodate space-available passengers. No (or
negligible) additional funds shall be expended and no additional
flying hours shall be scheduled to support this program. In order
to maintain the equity and integrity of the space-available system,
seats may not be reserved or "blocked" for use at en route stops
along mission routes.
Space-available travel is a privilege (not an entitlement) that
accrues to Uniformed Services members as an avenue of respite from
the rigors of Uniformed Services duty. Retired Uniformed Services
members are given the privilege in recognition of a career of such
rigorous duty and because they are eligible for recall to active
duty. The underlying criteria for extending the privilege to other
categories of passengers is their support to the mission being
performed by Uniformed Services members and to the enhancement of
active duty Service members' quality of life.
Armed Forces Sports
Transportation Security Administration: Military
Severely Injured Program
Travelers with Disabilities and Medical Conditions: To ensure our
military severely injured have a smooth and uneventful screening
experience, TSA has partnered with the Department of Defense and
have developed a process for our wounded warriors. TSA watch
standards are in the Military Severally Injured Center (MSIC) on a
twenty four hour, seven days a week bases to coordinate and assist
the military severely injured and their families traveling
throughout our airport security checkpoints.