Car Rentals from Budget Military Space Available - Space A Travel / AMC Flights Military Space-Available Travel Please note: Baseops does not fly these flights, nor are we responsible for the rules. Please do not e-mail asking if I will fly you to _Location_, or that you think 100% disabled vets should get to fly (I agree, talk to your congressman)! Space-A seats are provided according to certain criteria. There is no charge for personnel traveling in government owned aircraft. Space required passengers or cargo may require the removal of Space A passengers at any point. Always be prepared to purchase onward or return commercial transportation, meals, and lodging. AMC Passenger Terminals Air Mobility Command (AMC) Passener Terminals are located at US Air Force airfields where a Space-A flights transit through. Registration Passengers must register for travel at Passenger Service Centers in the passenger terminal in person and/or may also sign-up in writing by fax, mail, or E-mail. Have an iPhone or iPad? Space-A Eligibility I'm a Grey Area Retiree, Where Can I Fly?
Is Space-A really free? Yes and No. At this point in your life you should now know that nothing is really "free." In general, there is no charge for air fare on military aircraft (cargo, tanker etc...). Dover Air Force Base - 436th Passenger Terminal Welcome to the 436th Aerial Port Squadron Passenger Terminal home of the "Super Port"! The "Super Port's" primary mission is to provide efficient and expeditious airlift support for the movement of cargo, mail, personal property, and passengers in support of war, contingency, and peacetime operations. Our primary destinations for Space Available travel are Ramstein AB, Germany, Spangdahlem AB, Germany, Rota NAS, Spain, Travis AFB, CA, Charleston AFB, SC, and JB Lewis-McChord, WA. Due to our large cargo operation, Space Available seats on our C-5 and C-17 are often limited. Therefore, it is extremely important that passengers are flexible and are prepared to spend a little extra time while waiting for a flight. All aircraft have a baggage allowance of 2 bags per person weighing 70lbs each or 1 bag per person not to exceed 100lbs. The 436th APS Passenger Terminal is committed to providing you the best possible customer service and support.
Homeschooling 'On the Move': Advice for Military Families - Antony Barone Kolenc - Christian Homeschooling, Home Education Homeschooling “on the move” presents many challenges, including a host of legal concerns. Military families, as well as some missionary and business families, move often from state to state, or even country to country. I can relate. As a member of the United States Air Force for more than 20 years, I have moved my family 15 times in nine different states, including the last 12 years as we homeschooled our five children. 1. If your family is getting ready to move to a new state or country, you should learn about that new jurisdiction’s laws on homeschooling prior to arrival. The good news is that homeschooling is legal in all 50 U.S. states. For those military members moving overseas, the reality is a bit more complicated. 2. The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA)1 permits military members and their spouses to be legal residents in one state while residing in another state or country on military orders. 3. And, of course, keep reading my column in The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine!
The ultimate 'Supernatural' road trip playlist 1. “More Than a Feeling” Boston Ok, so maybe this song hasn’t been on Supernatural yet but it definitely should be. It’s one of the best and most-loved classic rock songs. 2. Hopefully your road trip isn’t as awkward as Dean’s trip back to Harvelle’s Roadhouse from Chicago where he used Jo as bait to catch H.H. 3. This one will definitely keep you alert and, depending on your friends, may even provide you with a laugh or two. 4. This song hasn’t played on Supernatural either but, in “The Monster at the End of This Book,” Dean calls this tune out as one of his all-time favorites. 5. We had debated on making this the very first song on the playlist but decided it was better suited as the final song, especially since it makes an appearance at the end of each Supernatural season. What have been your favorite songs or musical moments on Supernatural?
Terminating Your Lease Due to Deployment or PCS So you say that you need out of your lease before the date you originally agreed to because you have orders. In the rock, paper, scissors game of legal documents, government orders trump leases, so you probably have nothing to worry about. Terminate that lease with ease with the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act — it can protect you if you need to break a lease on account of a deployment or a permanent change of station. The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act Your protection under the Relief Act begins on the date you enter active duty, and generally ends between 30 and 90 days after the date of discharge from active duty. Active-duty members of the regular forcesNational Guard members serving active duty status under federal ordersReservists called to active dutyCoast Guard members serving on active duty in support of the armed forces Termination of residential leases Get help with budgeting before you deploy. To get out of a housing lease, under the Relief Act and without penalty, you must:
Working With Real Estate Agents: Common Myths You've probably heard many stories - good and bad - about real estate agents. What's fact and what's fiction? Before you write agents off completely, follow these tips. What’s the biggest myth you’ve heard about working with a real-estate agent? Most people would answer that they’ve heard real estate agents aren’t that helpful with finding a home and they’re just in it for the money. Others would say that real estate agents get you to sign a Faustian-like contract that is impossible to get out of. Before you write agents off completely, follow these tips: Myth No. 1 — I'll get the best deal on the house I want if I only call the agent listed on the For Sale sign. That agent is contractually bound to represent and get the best deal for the home seller. Bottom Line: If you tell a seller's agent the top dollar you will pay for a house, the agent must pass that on to the seller. Myth No.2 — The agent told me I had to sign a Buyers Agency agreement before he could work with me. Bottom Line: