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Retiree Activities Offices

Some Air Force Retiree Activities Offices may have altered hours because of COVID-19 and a lack of volunteers.

Retiree activities offices are made up of volunteers from all services including surviving spouses. Their charter is to coordinate, establish and staff an office on an active-duty, reserve or guard base through command channels that will assist retirees with myriad actions. These actions include: serving as an information center for space-available travel, TRICARE, base services, etc; offering referrals for financial-assistance and pay matters; counseling active-duty Airmen nearing retirement; and providing literature on retirement issues. Another major activity involves working with base agencies to set up Retiree Appreciation Day events offering flu shots by base medical personnel, briefings by different base agencies on respective services, tax preparation and advice, staff judge advocate assistance, base tours, etc.  Learn more by viewing a short video that was produced at the Air Force Personnel Center.  

Quick Contacts

Defense Finance and Accounting Service



Military Records

Retired before Oct. 1, 2004

Retired on or after Oct. 1, 2004


Air Force Worldwide Locator


Awards and Decorations


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Army and Air Force Exchange Service


Defense Commissary Agency


Air Force Retiree Services


550 C Street W

JBSA-Randolph TX 78150


Toll free: 800-525-0102

DSN: 665-5000