Social Fitness

  McUS mission is to focus community resources to enhance our Airmen and Families' well being, balance and resiliency.

McUS develops a comprehensive, coordinated plan for integrating and implementing community outreach and prevention programs. McUS will improve the delivery of human service programs by establishing a seamless system of services through collaborative partnerships and coordinated activities. 

Social Fitness

Take advantage of these programs to improve your social resilience and build your support network.

Single Airman Dorm Ministry

One's social network and associations impact their life enormously. To provide single Airmen in the dorms with fun, wholesome, healthy, and responsible social activities, the chapel offers a variety of resources through base Singles Ministry programs. For more information, contact the chapel at 759-3562.

Arts and Crafts Centers

Arts & Crafts Centers offer a well-stocked facility, as well as the necessary information, equipment and supplies for a wide variety of crafts and hobbies. In addition, the Arts & Crafts Centers provide hands-on instruction and group classes so participants can move from novice to expert craftsman. Includes instruction programs directed toward the recreation, vocational and educational needs of customers interested in constructive and creative hobbies in fine arts, crafts, and industrial arts. It includes general arts and crafts, framing, wood working, computer skills, graphics, ceramics and pottery, photography, auto hobby. Contact your local Arts and Crafts Program for details and or

Air Force Gallery Showcase: An annual Air Force Arts and Crafts program that continues tradition by helping Internet age artists display their work, featuring artwork and photography created by talented individuals participating in Arts & Crafts programs on bases around the world.

Loan Locker

The loan locker provides dishes, pot and pans, aero-beds or futons, car seats, strollers or other light housekeeping items until your household items arrive. For more information, contact the Airman and Family Readiness Center at 759-6020.


The base-wide Volunteer Resource Program is designed to fully utilize and recognize the contributions of volunteers. One of its primary functions is to help base volunteer agencies meet their needs and to help individuals find volunteer positions that best suit personal interests or career goals. For more information, contact the Airman and Family Readiness Center at 759-6020.

Air Force Information, Tickets, and Travel

Get out and have fun! The Information, Tickets, and Travel program provides customer driven travel venues and services and entertainment activities, focusing on full service travel amenities and theme parks, local event venues, tours and information of the local area and total travel assistance. Contact the ITT Office at 759-6344.

Air Force Aid Society

Military members and their families faced with financial emergencies can reach out and receive assistance from the Air Force Aid Society. AFAS provides interest-free loans and other assistance with emergency needs for items such as basic living expenses, car repair, emergency travel, and other personal emergencies. Before you borrow money at a high interest rate from a local financial institution, see if you qualify for a no-interest AFAS loan. For more information, contact the Airman and Family Readiness Center at 759-6020.

Career Development

The Airman and Family Readiness Center offers career development information about the local job market, interview techniques, resume preparation, and other employment issues. For more information, contact the Airman and Family Readiness Center at 759-6020.