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Upon arrival, you will join the dedicated crew
of one of the busiest Search and
Rescue units in the world!
You'll become a member of a dynamic work environment full of challenges and rewards. The pace will keep you busy, but you will have plenty of opportunity to explore the wonders of South Florida. There is an endless array of activities including water sports, performing arts, hopping nightlife, tropical beaches, world-class cuisine, family events, and of course Florida’s numerous tourist attractions (i.e. Disney World, the Everglades and Key West).
When you first arrive at Air Station Miami, report to the Personnel Office in the Uniform of the Day (Tropical Blue Long). The Air Station Administration building (on your right as you enter the main gate) will process the paperwork to restart your BAH and check you back out on leave/house hunting, if necessary. Additionally, a pre-arrival house-hunting trip is very worthwhile and is highly recommended. Be sure to stop by Air Station Miami for a quick tour and a welcome brief from our Family Services Department.
Broward and Dade County rental guides are normally available at the Special
Services Department. For assistance in finding a new home and to
determine if you require a non-availability statement, contact Personnel Services Support Unit Miami’s
Local Housing Authority (LHA) with your arrival date, dependent status,
location preference, home preference, and/or any special needs. (305)
You can also find out information about housing through our own Air Station Miami Housing page. Click on "Special Services" in the column on the left and then click on the "Housing" link.
Unaccompanied (single) Enlisted personnel can expect mandatory assignment to the Barracks (Airmen Program). There is no government housing available located at the Air Station for unaccompanied members E4 and above. If you expect assignment to the BEQ, contact the Airmen Program coordinator at (305) 953-2219 or Facilities Engineering Chief at (305) 953-2166.
Please feel free to call our Special Services Department at any time at (305) 953-2113. The office is open from 0730-1530 Monday through Friday (voice mail after hours). They can provide a variety of additional housing and work-life information, Mutual Assistance and Morale loans, and education services. Special Services is also home to the unit’s CDAR (Collateral Duty Addictions Representative) and Military Civil Rights Officer.
The Ombudsman for the Air Station is Mrs. Danielle Medolla. She acts as a link between the command and the unit's families, to assist the command, provides local information and acts as a welcome wagon for incoming personnel, and to refer individuals with problems to the appropriate resources. (firstname.lastname@example.org) .
The Military Relocation Network - specifically designed to assist
relocating military families with their PCS moves.
Broward County Public Schools - important information about the school
Miami-Dade County Public Schools - important information about the school district
The Military Child Education Coalition (MCEC) - share
information in order to develop systems and processes to resolve transition
issues for military students
U.S. Army Southern Command Housing Information (Sale and/or Purchase Info) http://www2.southcom.mil/usag-miami/sites/directorates/housing.asp
Military Clause - termination of lease if member is released or discharged from active duty, PCS further than 35 miles or TAD more than 90 days further than 34 miles, or ordered to occupy govt-supplied quarters.