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  • Equipment Checkout

    Equipment Checkout is open to all active duty, retired military and their dependents, reservists, Guardsmen and Department of Defense employees. The office is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.    The office is located in the Services Mall, Bldg. 478, southeast of Burger King. They offer a variety of rental items and services that are available to all
  • Auto Hobby Shop

    The Auto Hobby Shop, located in Bldg. 6002, is open 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays.    To make an appointment for any of the services listed, call 734-5616. Members First Plus! members receive a 10 percent discount.    An automotive safety course is offered at 5 p.m. Wednesdays. This free class qualifies patrons to use shop equipment.
  • Outdoor Recreation

    Outdoor Recreation activities and services are open to all Department of Defense card holders, active-duty military members, family members, retirees, reservists and civil service employees.    Outdoor Recreation, located in Bldg. 478, is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. To register for an Outdoor Recreation event, call 734-3162 or e-mail
  • Information Ticket and Travel

    Information, Tickets and Travel, located in Bldg 478, is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.    Don't forget your Valentine -- book a trip today and surprise that sweet someone next month with a romantic get-a-way. Visit ITT Today, to book a Get-A-Way.    ITT is selling tickets to the following events:    Blazers Hockey: Blazers Homegame tickets $7 at
  • Vanwey Recreation Center

    Dorm residents can visit the Vanwey Recreation Center, Bldg. 5905, from 4 to 10:30 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays.    The center has pool tables, computer stations with Internet, Play Stations 2, Game Cube, live X-Box, televisions, air hockey, chess, karaoke and an audiovisual/stereo system. For more information, call 734-0245.    Upcoming
  • Tinker Library

    Welcome to 2008! Hope everyone had great holiday season! Everyone raise a glass. To 2007, she was a good year; here's to 2008, may she be better.    Did everyone make a New Years resolution? Can't think of one? Here's one: no overdue notices from the library in your e-mail's inbox or to your commander or supervisor. Did you know we can renew items
  • Air Force cartoonist publishes book while deployed

    It's hard being only a figment of someone's imagination. Just ask 1st Lt. Kenneth Dahl, an F-15 Eagle fighter pilot with the imaginary 809th Fighter Squadron.    Lieutenant Dahl, call sign "Barbie," is the star of the online Web comic Air Force Blues, and a hero, of sorts, to his Internet following. The fictional fighter jock is the creation of
  • Arts and Crafts Center

    The Arts and Crafts Center, located in the Services Mall, Bldg. 478, is filled with great holiday gift items from antiques to framed works of art. For those who like to do crafts, the shop offers classes in pottery, machine quilting, basket making, framing and a variety of services. It is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.    Arts and crafts classes
  • Community Events

    Tinker Lecture Series    The Tinker African-American Heritage Committee is sponsoring the Tinker Lecture Series. This month's topic is "How to pay off Christmas debt" and will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Bldg. 3001 Oklahoma Room. The speakers for the event will be Harold Leverette with METlife and Ron Hargis of the Tinker
  • Customer Feedback Survey helps drive programs

    Every year, Headquarters Air Force Services conducts a Customer Feedback Survey to assess customer satisfaction with base level Services programs. This year there is an exciting change. Customers will be able to answer the survey online or complete the paper survey on-the-spot while they are visiting an activity.    This opportunity to answer your