Wed., Dec. 11
FREE Hors D'oeuvres and Door Prizes at Oasis Cafe from 4–5pm
Save 10–50% at the Pro Shop from 5–6pm
Fri., Dec. 13 • FREE
Run starts at 7am
Walkers, Strollers and Bladers Welcome
Win Door Prize
Begins and ends at Aderholt Fitness Center
Fri., Dec. 13 • 5–8pm
Games Only $1.75
$1.25 Shoe Rental OR wear your PJs and get a FREE shoe rental.
Cosmic lights and glow bowling.
NOW through Dec. 6
Ages 5-12 and PLAYpass eligible
Practice begins Dec. 9, 2013
Games begin Jan. 11, 2014
For more details, call 884-6355.
View Youth Sports Web Page
Sat., Dec. 14 • 8–10am
Adults $6.50, Ages 3–12: $2.50, Ages 2 and under FREE. Breakfast Buffet: Scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, pancakes and toast (beverage additional). For more details, call 881-5731
Tues., Dec. 31
Swing 'n' Sway the night away to the sounds of the Mancini Legacy Band.
Members: $50 per person
Non-Members: $60 per person
Advance ticke sales only. Call 884-7507 to make your reservation. Ticket sales begin Tue., Dec. 3 • Click here for more details.
Seating times: 10:30am-1:30pm
Now featuring crab legs EVERY Sunday! Hurlburt AF Club Members: $20, AF Club Members (non-Hurlburt): $23, Regular Price: $25, Ages 6-12: $10, Ages 5 and under: FREE. For more details or to RSVP call 884-7507.
Hurlburt Outdoor Recreation
Valid now through Mar. 31
View Outdoor Recreation Web Page
552 Hamby Place, Bldg 90214 • 884-6674
Mon.: Closed • Tues.&Thurs.: 9am–8pm
Come to us for Oil Changes, Brake Repairs, Timing, Water Pumps and Suspension Repairs and receive a 15-Point Vehicle Inspection for a price you won't see at any off-base location!
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It's All On You
Discounts and members-only benefits! Military free cash rewards and no annual fee.
Makes perfect gifts!
One card, lots of options! Purchase an FSS Gift Card for any amount and use at over twenty locations.
Great rewards and discounts to support our deployed families and single airmen.
Hurlburt Field now allows base access using the Trusted Traveler Program. DoD-ID cardholders (DoD employees, active-duty military, family members ages 18 and older, and retired service members) may now vouch for occupants in their immediate vehicle, provided the vehicle operator possesses a valid DoD-ID card.
During the hours of 0500-2200, only the DoD identification cardholder will need to present their identification.
During the hours of 2200-0500, 100% ID checks will be implemented. Refer to AFI 31-113 for proper forms of identification.
VISITOR PASSES: Additionally, there will also be a slight change to issuing of visitor passes which will depend on whether your visitor is escorted or unescorted. If you are bringing a visitor on base that will be escorted by you 100% of the time, then your visitor will not need to receive an AF FM 75 (Visitor Pass).
If at any time your visitor will be outside of your direct control as defined in AFI 31-113, para 6.5.8 , then they will need to be properly vetted and receive a Visitor Pass at the Visitor Control Center.
* These new escort procedures will be in affect at all times.
For more information on Installation Access refer to AFI 31-113 (applicable AFI segment attached) or call the Installation Security Section at 850-884-5824.
Everyone who joins any Air Force Club between October 1 and December 31, 2013 will automatically receive three months free dues, be enrolled in the free cash back rewards program, and receive an instant win scratch off ticket worth $5 - $100. Existing members who sign up new members can receive $5 - $100.
“We want all personnel to consider Club membership and understand the benefits of Club membership, and our “Bonus Giveaway” membership campaign gives them the opportunity to try their club free for the first three months and win some cash,” said Mr. Fred McKenney, Chief of Air Force Food and Beverage. “During the period everyone interested in AF Club membership should look for the membership promotional materials in their local club and other Force Support activities,” said Mr. McKenney. “Pick up an application, fill it out, and experience the benefits of membership!”
The membership card provides numerous benefits. The cash back rewards program, Military Free Cash, is an outstanding benefit to members. When you use your Club membership MasterCard in any on-base Force Support activity, you earn 2% cash back on every eligible purchase including AAFES (to include gas) and the Commissary. Additionally you earn 1% cash back on eligible purchases everywhere else including all off base purchases. In addition to being able to redeem points for cash back and gift cards, you now can also redeem for travel, to include airline tickets, hotel, and card rental – super flexibility – and it is all free, as a benefit of club membership!
Air Force Clubs offer members numerous free and inexpensive activities including discounts on every meal to include special functions, an annual $25,000 scholarship program, Membership Nights, and other member’s only programs. Your club is a great place for entertainment and meeting friends in a fun and safe environment. Join now – the first three months are free on us – membership pays!
Turkey and deer come into season for our region in late October. Just east of Okaloosa County, the season opens this Saturday. Other hunting is available year-round for a variety of wild life including: quail, rabbit, wild hog, raccoon, opossum, coyote, beaver, skunk and the like.
Florida residents and visitors need a Florida hunting, freshwater fishing or saltwater fishing license unless they are under 16 or are a resident senior over age 65. There are several other exemptions detailed the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission (FWC) web site.
Okaloosa County Tax Collector Office on Hurlburt Field is a convenient and prompt location to purchase hunting licenses. FWC offers the Military Gold Sportsman's License to active duty and retired members of the United States Armed Forces, the United States Armed Forces Reserve, the Florida National Guard, the United States Coast Guard or the United States Coast Guard Reserve that are stationed in Florida or claim Florida as their primary residence.
The reduced-fee $20 annual license offers the same privileges as the traditional $100 Gold Sportsman's License. The Military Gold Sportsman's License includes the Hunting, Saltwater Fishing and Freshwater Fishing licenses; and the Deer, Wildlife Management Area, Archery, Muzzle loading Gun, Crossbow, Turkey, Florida Waterfowl, Snook and Lobster permits.
The license does not include tarpon tags, alligator trapping licenses, limited entry hunt permits, migratory bird permit or the federal duck stamp.
"If you are a qualifying military member, there is no better license value than the Military Sportsman Gold," said Debra Smith, Customer Service Supervisor at the Tax Collector's Office on Hurlburt Field. "Any active duty military member can come to our office and we will get them a license."
The Military Gold Sportsman's Licenses are only available at tax collectors'
offices. Valid military identification card must be shown to the clerk.
The license is not available online, by phone or at other license agents.
Non-military members may purchase the same license for $100.
The Hurlburt Field Tax Collector's office is also a one-stop-shop for those who recently PCS'ed to the Emerald Coast. Providing drivers' licenses, titles and registration for vehicles is just the tip of the iceberg. At the Hurlburt Field location, customers may also obtain birth certificates for Florida births, secure payment of Okaloosa property taxes, and even schedule an initial driver skills exam.
"We want to make their transition to Florida as smooth and easy as possible," said Smith.
For the convenience of our military community, the Okaloosa County Tax Collector's Office satellite location at Hurlburt Field is in building 90320 on Simpson Ave. in next to the Thrift Shop and Airman's Attic.
Customers will experience lower wait times for the majority of services available at off base local locations. The office is open to anyone with base access and operates Monday through Friday, 8 am to 4:30 pm. They are closed for lunch from 1 - 2 pm.
For information about services offered at the Hurlburt Field Okaloosa County Tax Collector's Office, call 651-7300 or visit okaloosatax.com.
The Hurlburt Library and Aquatic Center/Pool has reopened today for normal hours of operations. Please send any inquiries to email@example.com
Have ideas about how something can be done faster or cheaper? The Air Force needs your help on how to save time, resources, manpower and money! The Innovative Development through Employee Awareness (IDEA) program was created to give you incentive to identify more cost effective and/or productive ways of doing business that benefit the Air Force. To submit an IDEA, log onto the Air Force Portal and scroll down to AF IDEA PROGRAM link on the left.
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