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AT A GLANCE...
2 September Labor Day Meal
6 September Run For Your Lungs
5k, pg 6
First Friday, pg 5
9 September Black Out Party &
Comedy Show, pg 5
20 September AF Birthday Ball,
21 September Teen Rampage
Paintball, pg 8
Ziplining Trip, pg 9
Lt Col Colin R. Huckins
Commander, 11th Force Support Squadron
Mrs. Judee Sanders
Deputy, 11th Force Support Squadron
Mr. Jerome Spearman
Chief of Marketing, 11th Force Support Squadron
The Spotlight magazine is designed to inform our customers of events
happening in our facilities. The opinions expressed herein are not
necessarily those of Joint Base Andrews, the DoD or the U.S. Air Force.
All program dates and times printed in this publication are subject to
change. For more details on the Spotlight magazine, call the Marketing
Office at 301.981.5211 or write us at:
Joint Base Andrews Marketing Office
11 FSS/FSK, Bldg 1414 Arkansas Rd. Rm. 3
Joint Base Andrews, MD 20762-7002
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THE CLUB AT ANDREWS
Bldg 1889 Arnold Ave. | 301.568.3100 | OIC, Lt Paul Lane
Andrews AFB-The Club at Andrews
Tex Mex Tuesday (No Buffet)
Member $9.95, Non-Member $10.95
Soup & Salad Only
Member $8.50, Non-Member $9.50
Wednesday: Fried chicken and two roasted
meats sliced to order with your choice of artisan
breads and toppings along with an all-you-can-eat
Thursday: Your chef’s
choice each week
5 September - Cheese Pizza Station
19 September - Cheeseburger Station
Friday: Cooked to order fish station
All buffet days have two hot entrees, rice, pasta or
potatoes, one cooked veggie, salad bar, soup station and
dessert station with soft serve ice cream
U.S. AIR FORCE
The Club at Andrews
20 September 2013
Social Hour 1800
E-1 to E-4 $20
E-5 to E-6, O-1 to O-3, GS-9 & below $30
E-7 to E-9, O-4 to O-5, GS-10 to GS-14 $40
O-6 & above, GS-15 & above $50
Contact your First Sergeant for tickets
Military: Mess Dress or Semi-Formal
For more information call 301.981.6888
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Saturdays! BEER BUCKETS ALL DAY
$10 for 5 Miller Lites
Hangar One Friday
Social hour buffet for members | 1700-1800
Tatum’s Lounge Open:
Tuesday-Wednesday | 1600-2200
Thursday | 1600-2300
Friday | 1500-0100
Saturday | 1200-2100
Thursday: Karaoke & Oldies
w/DJ Chris | 1800-2200
Friday: Social hour buffet for members |
1800-1900 & entertainment by DJs | 1900-0100
Fridays in Tatum’s Lounge-6 September DJ Chris,
13 September DJ Mase, 20 September DJ Michelle
12 September, 10 October,
Hosted by a different
bartender. When a
member of your
squadron buys a drink, a
token will go in your jar.
At the end of November,
the squadron with the
most tokens will get
a $300 check to put
toward a Holiday Party
at the Club.
Purchase tickets at the Cashier’s Cage Tuesday-
Saturday during normal business hours. Visit
facebook.com/andrewsafb-the club at andrews
for event information.
Tatum’s open 3-8PM
Hangar One hours extended to accomodate members not
attending the show. Call the Club for details at 301.568.3100
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West Fitness Center
East Fitness Center
Bldg 1444 Concord Ave. | 301.981.7101 | Director, Suba Saty
Bldg 3705 Fetchett Ave. | 301.981.1610 | Director, Suba Saty
Updated WFC Class
*effective through 30 September
View the current up-to-date
aerobics classes and
intramural schedules on our
facebook page at
West Fitness Center
3, 4 & 5 September,
Open to JB Andrews active duty, active
guard and reservists.
The Falcons compete in the Washington
Area Military Athletic Conference
against other local military installations.
Games are held Saturdays and
Sundays throughout basketball season.
For more information contact Daniel
Ladjevich at 301.981.7101 or email
Coming in October!
Extreme Strongman Challenge
24 October 2013
Disciplines: Farmer’s Walk, Standing Press,
Deadlift and Tire Flip
2 Divisions each for Men and Women
Weigh in and rules briefing begins 1600
Contact Daniel for information at 301.981.7101
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Mom ‘n Me Fitness Class
Meets Monday, Wednesday &
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FREEDOM HALL DINING FACILITY
Bldg 1628 California Ave. | 301.981.6661 | Food Service Officers: Tommy Henderson/Honre Batie
Menu: Shrimp Cocktail, French Onion Soup, Strip Loin
Steak, Baked Fish, BBQ Chicken, Fruit Salad, Pasta Salad,
Oven Browned Potatoes, Mashed Potatoes w/Mushroom
Gravy, Corn on the Cob, Cakes, Ice Cream Novelties and
UTA Weekends 459th/113th 14 & 15 September
Navy 7 & 8 September
THE PRESIDENTIAL INN
Bldg 1380 California Ave. | 301.981.4614 | Manager, Noel Huliganga
Making a Reservation
Military members who are PCSing can reserve rooms at
anytime and stay up to 30 days if space is available.
Space A travelers can make reservations 30 days in
advance for up to 3 days at a time (space permitting).
Menu: Bean w/Bacon Soup, Chicken
Waldorf Salad, Cole Slaw, Turkey
Florentine Roulade, Grilled Strip Steak,
BBQ Spareribs, Corn on the Cob, Broccoli
Confetti Rice, Brownies, Pies, Cheesecake
and more! Open to active duty,
dependents, reservists, military retirees
and DoD civilians. Call 301.981.6661 for
Stop by Freedom Hall for Breakfast Carryout
after your morning Workout! Served 0800-
Enlisted Member Dining Facility Councilare
you a member We need your input!
Contact your first sergeant today.
Visit our daily menu at
Effective 1 October ALL DFAC Patrons will be required to bus their own tables and take their trays to a
collection point. This change is directed by the Air Force as a step to meet current budget contraints.
Contact your Food Service Officers with questions/concerns:
Tommy D. Henderson Sr. at 301.981.1502/6661 or Honre Batie at 301.981.1079/6661
For official travelers, with a “pre-loaded” controlled
spending account travel card, please ensure you
contact your unit’s Resources Advisor (RA) to load
additional funding on your travel card, if required, prior
to your checkout. If you cannot load additional funding
prior to departure, contact the lodging manager for
Visitors Quarters (VQs) $53.25
Temporary Lodging Facility (TLFs) $55.00
Distinguished Visitors Quarters (DVQs) $66.75
Business Suites $66.75
Make your reservation
by scanning the
code or online by e-mailing
Military retirees and immediate family members, staying at The Presidential Inn, are authorized use of Freedom Hall
Dining Facility. The facility can be used during breakfast, dinner and all federal holidays.
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Bldg 1235 Menoher Dr. | 301.981.4109/5663 | Director, Alison Mabins
& TOURS 1 Day Pass
Six Flags America $30.50 $64
Meal & Parking Vouchers available for purchase
Kings Dominion $34.50 $74
Busch Gardens $39.75 N/A
Customers must order Busch Gardens tickets at least 2 business days
from date needed.
Colonial Williamsburg Adult $33 $35
Child $16.50 $17.75
Baseline Reserved $15 $47
Left & Right Field Corners $10 $35
Mezzanine $6 $29
Upper Infield Gallery N/A $14
Must be purchased 5 days prior to game
There is an additional $5 FedEx fee per order
Rental items include:
• Canopies $21-$91
• Moon Bounces $130-$150
• Grills $48-$75
• Trailers $25-$55
• ElliptiGO Packages $22-$44
• 6’ Tables $6
• Chairs $.75-$1
• and much more
Basic Archery Classes
17 & 19 September (ages 6-7)
Sign up by 9 September
24 & 26 September (ages 8-9)
Sign up by 16 September
Bring in your A & B report card or a PT
score above 90, and receive 50% off play.
21 September | 1300-1600
Kids, ages 12-17, play for $12.50 with the
purchase of paintballs. Includes all
paintball equipment and air fill.
Cannot be combined with the Performance Special
Make a Reservation
Reservations for the Paintball Field are now
being accepted and must be made two (2)
weeks prior to the event. Stop by ODR and
make your reservations today!
The Paintball Field will only be open
on 14 & 21 September for Open Play.
Rent on Friday, return on
Monday and pay
only a one (1) day fee!
Go to andrewsfss.com/odr/equipment_rental.html
to view the entire equipment rental price list.
Class time 1730-1830
The basic archery class will provide the
fundamentals of shooting form and
safety on archery ranges. We will provide all
equipment (bows, arrows, etc), and skilled
instructors. Cost is $30 per person.
Starting 3 September
the Outdoor Rec will be
Closed on weekends
Pool & Splash Park
2 September | 1200-1900
Last Day of Operation
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O U T D O O R A D V E N T U R E P R O G R A M
14 September | 0900-1600
at Carderock National Park
Learn how to belay climbers, catch a fall
and climbing communication signals.
Learn basic technique to climb rock
faces and cracks. Gain confidence in
your ability to maneuver up a rock and
choose the right climbing partner and
location. Must be 18 or older to participate.
Equipment and transportation is included.
Cost is FREE with a refundable deposit of $40 per person or $75
per family. Sign up and pay deposit by 6 September.
Go Ape! Zip Line
21 September | 1000-1400
The treetop adventure course is made up of numerous rope
ladders, 34 crossings to include the Giants Leap and Cacapon
Crossing, 2 tarzan swings and 5 zip lines. There are 5 individual
sections within the course, each section taking you higher into
the forest canopy and finishing with a zip line more exciting than
the previous one! Must be 10 or older to participate.
Transportation is not included.
Cost is FREE with a refundable deposit of $40 per person or
$75 per family. E1-E4 may sign up now and open to all others
on 9 September. Everyone must sign up and pay deposit by
28 September | 1030-1330 or 1530-1830
Experience a 3 hour scenic trail ride at Southern Grace Farm. On
this ride you will experience some rock footing and will be
required to cross a train track and travel on a country road. This
is a nice smooth terrain ride and is suited for a beginning to
advanced rider. Must be 8 or older and must be accompanied
by parent or legal guardian to participate. Under 18 must bring
their own bike helpment or rent one at Outdoor Rec.
Cost is FREE with a refundable deposit of $50 per person or
$75 per family. Must be Active Duty, Reservist or dependent to
sign up. Sign up and pay deposit by 16 September.
Outdoor Rec is looking for volunteers to lead the Outdoor
Adventure trips. CPR/ First Aid training is required.
Please e-mail email@example.com for more information.
Bays each quipped
with high pressure
hoses & brushes
Open Access 24 hours
a day, 7 days a week
- - -
Buy or sell your used car!
Bring in your current
registration, proof of
insurance and your
ID card to Outdoor Rec
to sell your vehicle.
$15 per space for 30 days
Located on Brookley Avenue
by the Base Library
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Bldg 4700 Yuma Rd. | 301.981.5430/5636/5794/8336 | Director, Vincent Eure
Assistant Director, Matrice Adger
Arts & Crafts Mondays | 1700
Express your creativeness through various forms of art.
Robotics Tuesdays | 1700
Stimulate your mind with science,
technology, engineering and math.
Rules & Submission Details
Acts will be judged through a video submission.
Videos must be submitted by emailing
firstname.lastname@example.org. Video submission must
include contestant’s full name(s) or group name
and indivdual names, material performed,
category of act, and contact number. An
act/video should not exceed four minutes.
Video submission must be received NLT 30
September. Read the complete rules and
guidelines at andrewsfss.com/youth.html
before submitting a video. Winners will be
notifed NLT 19 October. For more details, email
“OZ and the Great Powerful”
Family Movie Night
27 September | 1800-2030
Held at the Youth Center Theater
Enjoy a movie night with the family.
Cost is $6 for members
& $8 for non-members
Cost includes, popcorn, hotdog, chips and drink.
Concessions will be open. Sign up is required.
Smart Girls Meeting
26 September | 1730
Torch Club Wednesdays | 1700
(Ages 11 to 13)
Achieve qualities of tolerance, civic
responsibility, community involvement
and leadership promoting an
appreciation for the responsibilities of
citizenship and the democratic process
in adolescent members. Torch Club
members also help plan activities and fun events
catering to youth ages 9-13.
Spanish Club Thursdays | 1700
Learn a foreign language or need a refresher Have fun
learning Spanish through music, games, art and more.
Health ROCKS! Fridays | 1700
Engage in physical fitness and learn about healthy
eating habits and more.
Instructional Classes Registration
for Dance, Gymnastics, TaeKwondo & Piano now in
Taekwondo Wednesday, Thursday & Saturday
Piano Tuesday & Wednesday
DAY FOR KIDS & Back-to-School
20 September | FREE
Day for Kids Activities – 1500-1730
Youth (Ages 5-12) 1830-2000
Teens (Ages 13-18) 2030-22:30
Day for kids is a time for parents, relatives and friends
to join the Youth Center staff in ensuring all young
people have great futures. Join the celebration and
make a difference in a young person’s life. Games,
prizes and fun for all! Concessions will be open during
New Alpha Tutoring Program
Coming 16 September. Sign ups will begin 9 September.
For more information, call the Youth Center.
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Digital Arts and Imagemakers
Explore the world of Club Tech Digital Arts and
Photography. Each program caters to youth ages
6 to 18. Through the Digital Arts program you
create computer-generated art and showcase your
digitally created masterpieces. Imagemakers is a
year-round program that encourages club members
to learn and practice black and white, color, digital
and alternative process photography. For more
information, contact email@example.com.
Volunteers are needed!
Passport to Manhood
19 September | 1730
Passport to Manhood promotes and teaches
responsibility in Club boys ages 11 to 14. Passport
to Manhood consists of sessions concentrating on a
specific aspects of character and manhood through
highly interactive activities. Each Club participant
receives his own “passport” to underscore
the notion that he is on a personal journey of
maturation and growth. The program includes a
service project where boys learn the importance of
giving back to the community. Passport to Manhood
represents a targeted effort to engage young
boys in discussions and activities that reinforce
character, leadership and positive behavior.
NOT A MEMBER OF THE YOUTH
Stop by take a tour and discover the many
positive youth programs offered to 9-18 year
olds. Membership is only $20 for the entire year!
Questions call 301-981-5636.
Youth of the Year 2013
Good Luck Brandon Shields at the
Nationals Military Youth of the Year
in Washington, D.C.,
Y.E.S (Youth Employment Skills)
Y.E.S. is a volunteer/internship program for high
school aged dependents of Active Duty Air Force
members. Y.E.S. offers a great opportunity to earn
a scholarship up to $1,000 toward their future
vocational-technical or academic endeavors. Please
contact Ms. Anne for an application or stop by to pick
up more information on this awesome program for
teens ages 15-18.
Keystone Club Recruiting
Every Wednesday | 1800. Held at
the Youth Center for ages 14-18.
For more information about the Teen Programs
e-mail: Anne Young at firstname.lastname@example.org
Bldg 4700 Yuma Rd. | 301.981.5794 | Director, Brandon Compton
(Flag football, cheerleading, and
START SMART football and soccer)
Games begin 28 September and end 16 November
No games on 12 October in observance of Columbus Day.
Basketball & Cheerleading
Begins 14 October.
The program is open to ages 5 to 18 with 1 January of
2014 as the age cutoff. The season runs 9 December
through 22 March. Program fees are $50 for Youth Center
members and $60 for non-members. A Youth Center
membership is $20 a year. A current sports physical is
required to register. For more information, contact the
Youth Center or stop by. Volunteers are needed!
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CHILD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS
CDC # 1 Bldg 4575 Virginia Ave. | 301.981.3055/3035 | Acting Director, Oylmpia Williams
CDC #2 Bldg 4783 San Antonio Blvd. | 301.981.3323/3324 | Director, Ann Wagner
JP Hoyer CDC Bldg 3725 Fetchet Ave. | 240.857.3207/3197 | Assistant Director, Chandre Coleman
Family Child Care Bldg 4575 Virginia Ave. | 301.981.9981/9982 | Director, Emily Chapman
& Central Registration
Home To Ours
Family Child Care provides you with
alternatives to center-based care.
SPECIALIZED TRAINING OF MILITARY PARENTS CONFERENCE
Working Together for Military Families of Individuals with Special Needs
STOMP is an organization dedicated solely to addressing
the needs of military families who have family members with
special medical or educational needs. The STOMP staff
have family members with special needs and have all dealt
with the challenges and joys that come with military life.
Are you a member of a military family with a child with
special needs, an educator of children with special
needs, or a professional that works with families and
children with special needs then this conference is for
Date, Time & Location:
16 & 17 September, 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Jacob E. Smart Building
1359 Arkansas Road, Joint Base Andrews, MD 20762
Parents Rights and Responsibilities with regards to the
Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA), IEPs, 504, TRICARE
and ECHO, PCSing with an exceptional family member
DODEA System both CONUS and OCONUS and more!
For more information contact:
Joint Base Andrews Pentagon
Adreinne H. Barnett, EFMP-FS Diana Caicedo, EFMP-FS
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Bldg 1642 Brookley Ave. | 301.981.6454 | Director, Cheryl Gritton
The Library will be open on Saturdays from 0900-1700 starting 7 September
September is Library Sign up Month
To celebrate Library sign up month, all new account holders will be allowed to check out four DVDs instead
of the usual three. This is a one-time offer, so come by the Library and open your account.
Over 2000 DVDs to choose from!
Air Force Retiree Activity Office
5 September | 1500 - 1900
The Library welcomes the Air Force Retiree Activity Office
as they provide you with information and assistance with
all your retirement/benefit questions. Representatives will
be availabe to assist you.
Constitution Day (Citizenship Day)
17 September | 1130 -1230
12 September | 1730-1930
Video Game Extravaganza at the Library, kick back
and play your favorite games. Free pizza and soda will
be provided to all game players!
National Hispanic Heritage Month
15 September -15 October
Stop by the Library and see
various displays as we recognize
the contributions made and the
important presence of Hispanic
and Latino Americans to the
Bring your lunch and join our guest speaker
as we familiarize ourselves with the
adoption of the United States Constitution.
Banned Books Week
Visit the Library to see the display of
books that other people say you shouldn’t
read! Receive a list of the most frequently
banned books and find something great
Mondays | 1730 & Wednesdays | 1000, Suggested ages 0-5
Library staff share selected books from our Easy collection followed by craft or activity time.
EDUCATION & TRAINING SECTION
Bldg 1413 Rm 100 | 301.981.6377/5733 | Section Chief, Donna Artley
Troops to Teachers
5 September | 1300
For eligible military members interested in a new career as a public school teacher
GI Bill Briefing
10 & 24 September | 1300
For service members interested in continuing their education
18 September | 1300
For services members interested in becoming officers
Transitional GPS-Higher Education Track
29-29 September | 0730-1630
Transition GPS replaces TAP. Education Track addresses educational funding, and
researching and comparing institutions
All classes held at the Education Center
VOTERS ASSISTANCE OFFICE
“It’s a Freedom YOU Defend”
Located in the Library
Hotline: 301.981.VOTE (8683/6454)
See your unit Voting Assistance Counselor
for Assistance. Voter information and forms
are available at
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MILITARY & FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER
JBA Bldg 1191 Menoher Dr. | 301.981.7087 | Acting Director, Linda Logan Andrews Military & Family
Pentagon Room 5C1049 | 703.693.9460 DSN 223.9460 | Director, Kathy Starkson Support Center
(JBA) Wednesdays, | 1300-1630
(P) Most Tuesdays & Thursdays| 0830-1200
Learn about financial planning and the job search
process including networking, resumes, interviewing
& dressing for success. Mandatory for all separating
Bundles for Babies
4 September | 0800-1200
Workshop for Expectant or NEW Fathers and
Mothers; Presentation by Family Advocacy, HAWC
and AFAS- Subjects related to Budget, Nutrition,
Shaken Baby Syndrome, SIDS, car seat safety.
Bundles given to ALL active duty military families
Veteran’s Benefits Day
(JBA) 4 September | 0800-1630
(P) 19 September | 0830-1430 (For Pentagon
attendees, please call to reserve a seat)
Attendance fulfills the 4 hour DoD requirement
for separation and retirement. Learn about the
Veteran’s Administration (VA), Vet Centers and DTAP.
Information for retirees includes Survivor’s Benefits
Plan (SBP), TRICARE and John Hopkins health
insurance. Spouses of separating and retiring service
members are encouraged to attend.
Using Social Media in your Job Search
(JBA) 5 September |1000-1130
For Transitioning Service members. Learn how
Social Media increases ones job search on the use
of Linked-In, Facebook, Twitter and other internet
tools to help job seekers. Increase your visibility to
recruiters and hiring managers, and research career
and job opportunities. *Please create a Linked-In
account prior to attending class.
Books on Bases (BOB)
(JBA) 7 September | 1100-1300
BOB is a program created by Blue Star Families
to positively impact the lives of military children
through the power of reading. This is a “Deployed
CAREER PLANNING &
Please call to sign-up and reserve a seat for as space is limited:
Joint Base Andrews (JBA) call 301.981.7087
Pentagon (P) call 703.693.9460
Please note class times and dates are subject to change.
Family Event.” The event is free and open to all
military children whose parents work or reside on
JB Andrews (Active-Duty, Reserves, and National
Guard). Each child in attendance will receive a free
Transition GPS 5-Day Workshop
(JBA ) 9-13, 23-27 September | 0800-1630
(P) 9-13, 23-27 | 0800-1600
Learn about financial planning and the job
search process including networking, resumes,
interviewing & dressing for success. Mandatory for
all separating military members.
Key Spouse Intro to Microsoft Excel
(JBA) 10 September | 0900-1600
An instructor-led computer course on Microsoft
Excel and basic formatting of spreadsheets.
(JBA) 16, 23, 30 September | 1200-1300
Understand the facts and thoughts of anger. The
session will help members and family identify what
triggers anger, learn tools to calm and healthy ways
to express anger.
Dressing for the Interview and Your
(JBA) 17 September | 0930-1100 and 1400-1530
Learn how to dress rich on a small budget. Find out
how to dress for your body type, where to shop and
how to get alterations right.
Acing the Interview
(P) 18 September |0800-1530
Learn different types of interviews and how to
prepare for them. There will be a “lunch and
learn” portion conducted by an Image Consultant
and Master Tailor, on how to dress fro the
interview. There will be an opportunity to practice
interviewing with a professional recruiter.
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CAREER PLANNING & EMPLOYMENT WORKSHOPS (Cont...)
Converting Volunteerism to Employment
(JBA) 20 September | 0900
Learn how to turn volunteer skills and experiences
into workable resumes. This workshop shows how to
bridge employment gaps within resumes.
Disabled Transition Assistance Program
(JBA) 26 September | 1300-1600
Learn about the Department of Veterans Affairs’
Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment program,
eligibility and how to apply for benefits. Service
members who have or may have a service-connected
disability, injury or illness are encouraged to attend.
(P) 30 September | 0800-1200
Learn about the federal hiring process, how to
access job opportunities and how to prepare
your application package. Also learn about
special veteran hiring authorities.
United Through Reading
(P) Mondays | 1300-1600
A partnership with the USO allows deploying
members to read and record a video for a loved
one. Share your favorite bed time story or two and
keep connected while away. Books are available
or bring one in!
Download the FREE Front Flip mobile app to PLAY.
Scan our code every day on Facebook and every
time you visit The Courses at JB Andrews AFB for
your chance to win valuable discounts.
“Like” The Courses at Andrews on Facebook to start playing
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SAN ANTONIO BLVD
NORTH PERIMETER RD
To Upper Marlboro
& CAC closed
North Perimeter Rd
RV Storage Lot
North Perimeter Rd
Field & Archery
EAST PERIMETER ROAD
Pearl Harbor Dr
Dower House Rd
SOUTH PERIMETER ROAD
SAN ANTONIO BLVD
CDC 1 & FCC
SOUTH PERIMETER ROAD
Old Alexandria Ferry Road
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Bldg 4575 Virginia Ave.
Monday, Tuesday 0800-1300
Bldg 4575 Virginia Ave.
Bldg 4783 San Antonio Blvd
CDC # 3 (JP Hoyer)
Bldg 3725 Fetchet Ave.
The Club at Andrews
Bldg 1889 Arnold Ave.
Chesapeake Dining Room
Hangar One (Officers’ Lounge)
Tatum’s Lounge (Enlisted Lounge)
The Courses at Andrews
Bldg 4442 West Perimeter Rd.
Open Dawn til Dusk
including Family Days and
Holidays except Christmas Day
East Fitness Center
Bldg 3705 Fetchet Ave.
Education & Training Center
Bldg 1413 Arkansas Rd. Rm 100
Bldg 1628 California Ave.
Carry Out 0800-0900
Carry Out 1300-1430
Carry Out 1800-1930
Midnight Meal 2100-0030
Carry Out 1800-2100
Midnight Meal 2300-0030
Bldg 1642 Brookley Ave.
Wednesday & Friday
Effective 7 September
Military & Family
Joint Base Andrews
Bldg 1191 Menoher Dr.
CAC/ID Card, Customer Service, Career
Development & Force Management
Joint Base Andrews
Bldg 1414 Arkansas Rd. Rm 4
Closed every fourth Thursday
NAF Human Resource
Bldg 1602 California Ave.
Equipment Rental, Information Tickets
& Tours (ITT), and Outdoor Adventure
Bldg 1235 Menoher Dr.
Paintball Field &
R100 Tyler Ave.
Bldg 1380 California Ave.
Open 24/7 including Holidays
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