927 ARW Citizen Airmen,
Yes, in a change from the last few months we are looking forward to everyone attending the September UTA in person. We understand that there might be very specific cases where in-person attendance is still a concern for you or your family, particularly if you have an immune compromised family member in your home. Airmen in those situations should reach out to their chain of command to make other arrangements.
-Col Doug Stouffer
The DOD announced a stop movement for all military members. What this means for our Reserve Airmen is that anyone outside the previously established commuting distance should not report to MacDill AFB for military duty of any kind to include RMP, RPA, UTA, etc. The commuting distance for 927th Airmen is established in the memo titled “MacDill AFB Reserve Travel Radius” signed by Col Stouffer and Col Snelson. Airmen who reside outside the commuting distance as listed in the travel radius memo should contact their supervisor to reschedule their planned duty.
A portion of our Citizen Airmen work for the airlines and in the hospital industry which drives concerns about the requirement for self-quarantining as it relates to Reserve Airmen. First and foremost reserve members not in a full-time status should follow CDC guidance about self-quarantining and self-report their quarantine status to their military supervisor. A reservist who is not in status but is either in or traveling from an area outside the US (including Puerto Rico, Hawaii and Alaska) is required to self-quarantine for 14 days before being permitted to perform duty in any status at MacDill AFB. Questions about self-quarantining should be directed to military supervisors.
Effective today, the 6th Air Refueling wing has authorized military supervisors to reduce manning to levels required to maintain minimum base operating functions. As associate partners with the 6th, our operational missions are closely tied and we are also invoking minimum manning protocols to allow Air Force civilian/ART supervisors the flexibility to determine manning requirements for their shops. Therefore, also effective today, pending their supervisor’s plan, AF civilians/ARTs may be asked to work, telework or be released home on administrative leave. If teleworking, AF civilians/ARTs must have a telework agreement on file with Ms. Susie Blocker and have completed required telework training. Citizen Airmen home on administrative leave must remain at home during duty hours, must be able to be contacted, and are subject to a 2-hr recall. AF Civilian/ART Members with a telework agreement will telework and will not be placed in administrative leave. Military Commanders will determine telecommute requirements for AGR and local reservists on long-term orders.
Yes, you must contact the MacDill Inn at 813-828-4259 to cancel your reservation.
Yes, Customer Service is open from 0800-1200 M-F, afternoons by appointment only. FSS can be reached at 813-828-4917
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Yes, report to your scheduled appointment. AMDS customer service and be reached at 813-828-9404 or email @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, for IT assistance call 813-828-2666
Yes, please reach out to the 927ARW Airman Family Readiness at 813-828-2709 / 813-297-4800 email email@example.com
Yes! - The Penfed Foundation has opened up a grant for reservists financially impacted by COVID-19.
The COVID-19 Emergency Financial Relief Program was created to provide financial assistance to all Veterans, active military service members, and those currently serving in the Reserves and the National Guard who are experiencing a financial setback due to the negative economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The grant amount will support 1 month of payment up to $1500 in the following areas: