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Dress and Appearance
Family Care Plan All Airmen and Guardians with dependent family members should have family care arrangements that reasonably cover all situations, both short and long-term care. If you are a single parent, married to another military member or have custody of a child, you are required to complete a Family Care Plan on AF Form 357. Don’t leave your family care arrangements to chance; review your family care plan annually and after important life events.
ID Card Entitlements
Military Personnel Records
Military Tuition Assistance Program
Post-9/11 GI Bill
AFOQTS (Air Force Officer Qualifying Test Score) Test Control Officers (TCOs) have the ability to review test center scores by test dates and more.
Air Force Housing Airmen and their families now have an online resource to help them learn about housing options available at their new duty station. The Air Force Housing website provides information on family and unaccompanied housing available at Air Force installations world-wide. It also provides information on local communities near Air Force installations, school district information, local weather and other useful resources that will help Airmen and their families become familiar with their new homes.
DCPDS/MyBiz+/HR application The Defense Civilian Personnel Data System (DCPDS) gives employees access to their most current Notices of Personnel Action (SF50s) and to employment verification information. Employees can also update educational and training information.
LeaveWeb LeaveWeb is a paperless Internet based leave tracking system that has automated procedures for requesting and tracking leave. LeaveWeb is managed by SAF/FMP AFFSO. For support, contact your unit LeaveWeb administrator or local Finance office.
milConnect The milConnect web application is maintained by the Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC). This application allows beneficiaries to review personal, health care, and personnel information from one reliable source, the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS).
Military OneSource Military OneSource is a confidential Department of Defense-funded program providing comprehensive information on every aspect of military life at no cost to active duty, National Guard, and reserve members, and their families. Information includes, but is not limited to, deployment, reunion, relationships, grief, spouse employment and education, parenting and childhood services. It is a virtual extension to installation services.
Move.mil Official DoD Moving Portal
My AirForce Benefits MyAirForceBenefits contains a wealth of information on the benefits available to Airmen and their Families from the time they enter the Air Force through their retirement or separation and beyond. Please see our Benefit Library to find information on a variety of benefits and use the Benefit Calculators for financial planning and estimating pay during deployment and retirement.
Child and Youth Programs The Department of the Air Force Child and Youth Programs assist military and civilian personnel in balancing the competing demands of the mission and family life by catering programs and services for eligible children and youth from birth through 18 years of age.
Spouse State Licensure Moving across state lines creates barriers to career longevity, and those obstacles are heightened by state and career-specific professional license regulations. Licensure portability refers to the ability to transfer a professional license from one state or U.S. jurisdiction to another so that a professional can continue their occupation after relocation.
Five and Thrive Five & Thrive was created to improve quality-of-life challenges our Air and Space Force families face in five focus areas: Childcare, Education, Healthcare, Housing, and Spouse Employment.
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