MacDill Relocation Assistance Guide - Tampa Florida - MacDill AFB
Are you an airmen or a member of the American military transferring to MacDill Air Force Base Tampa Florida then you will want to see this first part of the MacDill Relocation Assistance Guide - Tampa Florida - MacDill AFB, as part of the Military Home Benefits website. When coming to the area, this unique version of MacDill Relocation Assistance Guide - Tampa Florida - MacDill AFB will help any service member and retiree with area discounts by supporting businesses, homes for sale Tampa Florida - MacDill AFB, as well as trusted connections to other trusted area professionals such as attorneys, tax preparers and financial advisors.
MacDill Air Force Base Tampa Florida is located eight miles south of Tampa, at the very Southwestern tip of the Interbay Peninsula in Hillsborough County, Florida. The surrounding region is often referred to as "Tampa Bay" which is a seven-county region on Florida's west coast offering a diversity of communities. The seven counties of Hernando, Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk and Sarasota come together to shape a vibrant market where lifestyle options reflect all the best Florida has to offer. Whether you seek big city downtown living, quiet golf course communities, a waterfront lifestyle, majestic horse farms or historic neighborhoods - the communities of Tampa Bay provide a mix like nowhere else in the country. The Tampa Bay community is very supportive of MacDill Air Force Base Tampa Florida, but is not considered a military town. The cost of living is higher than most cities in the South. The MacDill Air Force Base Tampa Florida (MacDill Relocation Assistance Guide - Tampa Florida - MacDill AFB)operations number is 813-828-1110 or DSN 312-968-1110.
MacDill Air Force Base Tampa Florida was named after Colonel Leslie MacDill. Officially activated on 19 APR 1941 as an Army Air Corps, MacDill Air Force Base Tampa Florida first mission was training airmen in the B-17 Flying Fortress and B-26 Marauder aircraft. Increasing tensions in 1961 led to the activation of the U.S. Strike Command, headquartered at MacDill Air Force Base Tampa Florida. MacDill Air Force Base Tampa Florida became a Tactical Air Command Training Base with the F-4s (Phantoms) and then F-16s (Thunderbirds). The last F-16s left MacDill Air Force Base Tampa Florida in 1994 and the base had no active duty aircraft for the first time. On 1 OCT 1996, the 6th Air Mobility Wing was activated with the arrival of 12 KC-135 Stratotankers. MacDill Air Force Base Tampa Florida was a strategic center for such military operations as Just Cause in Panama, Desert Shield and Desert Storm in the Persian Gulf and Operation Uphold Democracy in Haiti. The MacDill Air Force Base Tampa Florida is an Air Mobility Command (AMC) base capable of rapidly projecting air-refueling power anywhere in the world. Organized into four groups to carry out a two-fold mission of air refueling and airlift support to the two Unified Commands based at MacDill. MacDill Air Force Base Tampa Florida is home to the United States Central Command (CENTCOM) as well United States Special Operations Command (SOCOM) along with 51 other tenant units.
MacDill Relocation Assistance Guide - Tampa Florida - MacDill AFB Newcomer Information
Reception: every first Wednesday from 0900 to 1030 hours at the Airman & Family Readiness Center, 8105 Condor St. Mandatory for all newly assigned members, optional for all other military, DoD civilians, spouses and family members Relocation: Available on a walk-in basis or by appointment. Call the FRC at 813-828-0137 or email directly email@example.com
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