Local

July 20, 2012

Luke Air Force Base Quick Reference List

The 2011 base telephone directory is available for pick up at customer service at the base exchange, commissary and the Retiree Activities Office located in Bldg. 1150, Room 1181. For more information, call Joni Otsuka at (623) 856-7299.

Do not discuss classified information on unsecure telephones. Official Defense Department telephones are subject to monitoring for communications security purposes at all times. Luke Air Force Base prefix is (623) 856-xxxx

AFOSI 6821

Airfield Operations 7131

Airman’s Attic 6415

Airman Family Readiness Ctr 6550

Anthony’s Pizza (foodcourt) (623) 935-4029

Armed Forces Bank (623) 535-9766

Barber shops

  • Base exchange (623) 535-7430
  • Community center (623) 935-5742

Base exchange main store (623) 935-2671

Base multimedia 6168

Base photo services 6168

Base taxi 6866

Beauty shop (623) 536-1897

Balfour (family housing) (623) 388-3515

Black Feather Gift Shop (623) 536-5485

Bowling center 6529

Chaplain 6211

Community chapel 6211

Chapel (after duty hours) 5600

Charley’s (food court) (623) 935-4029

Child care center 6338

Civilian pay 6034

Civilian personnel 7747

Client services center 4400

Clothing sales store 6310

Club Five Six 6446

Command post 5600

Commissary store (623) 935-3821

Community center 7152

Computer problems (ESD) DSN 945-2900

Corps of Engineers (623) 536-2225

Credit Union West 602-631-3200

Crime Stop 6666

Customer service, FSS 7875

Dining hall 6396

Dorm management 7841

Education center 7722

Family readiness 6362

Fire chief 6511

Fire station 6641

Firestone Car Care Ctr (623) 271-8104

Fitness center 6241

Focus Work (623) 535-8003

Fort Tuthill 3401

GNC (623) 535-3661

Golf course (623) 535-9334

HOBBY SHOPS

  • Auto 6107
  • Frames 6722
  • Skills Development 6502
  • Manager 6722
  • Wood 6566

HOSPITAL SERVICES

  • Central appointments 2273
  • Active duty & prime Apts 2273
  • Dental clinic 3131
  • Dermatology 2273
  • Flight surgeon 7527
  • Information desk 9100
  • Immunization clinic 7420
  • Laboratory 4238
  • OB/GYN clinic 2273
  • Optometrist 2273
  • Orthopedic clinic 2273
  • Pediatric clinic 2273
  • Pharmacy 7958
  • Pharmacy annex (Sat.) 4289
  • Pharmacy refill call-in 3969
  • Family health clinic 2273
  • Sick call 2273

Housing assistance sec 7643

Housing facilities sec 3007

Housing maintenance (623) 935-2676

ID cards 7832

ITT 6000

Legal assistance 6901

Library 7191

Lodging office/switchboard 3941

Maintenance control center 5469

Marine Corps 2417

Marine Corps 24-hr duty desk (602) 421-5806

Military pay 7028

Multimedia photo services 6300

Navy Op Support Ctr (602) 353-3008

Outdoor recreation 6267

Popeye’s (food court) (623) 935-4029

Post Office (623) 935-1343

Public Affairs 6011

Recycling info 4749

Rodgers Travel 6894

Safety – 56 FW 6941

SARC 4878

Security Forces (EOC) 5970

  • EMERGENCY ONLY 911
  • CRIME STOP (Report a crime) 6666

Security incidents 7777

Service calls – CE Maint 7232

Sexual Assault Response Coordinator 4878

Shoppette (623) 266-0040

Starbucks (food court) (623) 935-2671, ext 1081

Telephone repair (base) 4400

Thrift store (623) 935-5782

Ticket/tour office 6000

Traffic mgmt office – TMO 6425

Transient alert 6204

Travel pay 7028

Veterinary clinic 6354

Visitor Reception Ctr, Lightning Gate 4880

Visitor Reception Ctr, South Gate 4768

Weather 6805

Youth center 7470




All of this week's top headlines to your email every Friday.


 
 

 
140805-F-LW839-135cropped

Ramping up …

An F-35 Lightning II joint strike fighter prepares to land Aug. 5 at Luke Air Force Base. This is the fifth F-35 aircraft currently assigned to the 61st Fighter Squadron with more on the way before the end of the year.
 
 

Contract signed to improve base for years to come

Being the largest fighter wing in the Air Force has its costs. Everything from school quality, the local economy, crime rates, traffic and climate, to on-base amenities, such as commissaries, are assessed to determine the best Air Force bases in the US. In order to keep the living standards high for all Airmen at Luke...
 
 

Knocking it out of park means excellence

Over the past several years the Defense Department has seen an unprecedented reduction in force. Twenty years ago when I was a young Airman learning the Air Force ropes, our active-duty force was more than 421,000 strong. Today, our end strength stands at just over 323,000 Airmen, a reduction of roughly 100,000 personnel. Because of...
 

 

Gut check: Where do you stand?

Since the beginning of our Air Force careers, the majority of us have been taught that in order to lead, we need to lead by example and lead from the front. Today, that has not changed. However, as we all know, it is virtually impossible for all to be in front at the same time,...
 
 
Airman 1st Class 
JAMES HENSLEY

Nursing fellows take on trauma training

Airman 1st ClassJAMES HENSLEY Chief Master Sgt. John Mazza, 56th Fighter Wing command chief, and Brig. Gen. Scott Pleus, 56th FW commander, congratulate the 56th Medical Group nurses who graduated from the Critical Care and Eme...
 
 

News Briefs August 15, 2014

Base-wide exercise The 56th Fighter Wing will conduct an active-shooter exercise today. The exercise will include military and local, county and state law enforcement, and fire departments. On and off-base residents should expect traffic disruptions, gate closures or delays, and interruptions of customer service operations. Expect to see simulated explosions, smoke, role players depicting indiv...
 




0 Comments


Be the first to comment!


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>


Directory powered by Business Directory Plugin