Can civilians live on MacDill AFB?

In addition to your option to purchase and rent housing in the local community, you now may choose to live in privatized housing by signing a tenant lease agreement with Harbor Bay. For comprehensive information about the privatized housing community at MacDill, go to Harbor Bay at MacDill AFB.

Where should I live if I am stationed at MacDill?

Top “Off Base” Neighborhoods

# Name/Title Zip
1 Hyde Park 33606
2 Harbour Isles 33572
3 Avelar Creek
4 Westchase 33626

Why is MacDill AFB so important?

The MacDill AFB 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.

Can retired military stay on-base?

Service members, veterans with a service-connected disability, retirees, and their family members can stay in military billeting on a space-available basis on most U.S. military bases around the world.

Can retirees stay at MacDill AFB?

Space A reservations may be made for retirees and members, not on orders, 24 hours in advance of the arrival day and for 3 days at a time. The MacDill Inn has 350 suites including DV suites, VQ, and TLFs.

What planes fly out of MacDill AFB?

MacDill AFB is home to the USAF KC-135, C-37 (Gulfstream V) and numerous National Oceanic and Atmos- pheric Administration (NOAA) aircraft. Addi- tionally, a wide variety of fighter and cargo Air Force, Navy, Coast Guard, Marine Corps and other civilian aircraft regularly visit for training.

How many people work on MacDill Air Force Base?

MacDill AFB, FL – Units MacDill Air Force Base has over 12,000 active-duty military on base and more than 7,000 civilians. Major units assigned to the base include the 6th Air Mobility Wing and more than 50 other Mission partners.

What rank do you have to be to live off base in the Air Force?

Air Force policy allows E-4s and above with at least three years of service to live off base, regardless of the on-base dormitory occupancy rate.

What rank can you live off base?

Increasing Rank It varies from service-to-service and base-to-base, but in general, you can expect to be allowed to move off base and get paid for it, when you make the pay grade of E-4 (over 4 years of service), or E-5. Typical housing allowances will cover all or a majority of the rent for members qualified for it.