Do you need information about other services?
What type of vehicle do you drive?
Will your family members accompany you?
Do you want a post office box?
The newcomer’s first impressions of the sponsor.
How many times the sponsor calls the newcomer.
The Airman and Family Readiness Center’s sponsor kits.
How well the gaining commander speaks with the newcomer.
Family support center
Base housing office
Airman and Family Readiness Center
AF Form 899
AF IMT 330
Air Force Information Management Tool (IMT) 63
AF IMT 2096
Social security card
Passport, driver’s license
Ther official document can be utilized when enrolling a member or dependent into the DEERS.
Issuing official (IO)
Verifying official (VO)
Site security manager (SSM)
Trusted agent security managers or trusted agents (TASM or TA)
At your duty section
On a military installation
At your requested leave area
In the local area
Food furnished to enlisted personnel at government expense, and is generally provided by the installation’s dining facility
Offset costs for lodging
Offset costs for a member’s meals
Offset costs for living
Basic allowance for subsistence (BAS),
Essential station messing (ESM)
Basic allowance for housing (BAH)
In the LOD, Existed Prior to Service
Not in Line of Duty
Due to Own Misconduct
Due to Own Misconduct, Existed Prior to Service
death of a member
Likelihood of permanent disability
Inability to perform military duties for over 24 hours
Death of a member’s spouse
Disability retirement and severance pay
Extension of enlistment
Civilian duty pay
Forfeiture of pay
Basic substance in kind
Basic allowance for housing
C—Join spouse assignment not desired.
Code A—Desires join spouse to CONUS or any OS tour
Code B—Desires join spouse to CONUS or any accompanied overseas tour.
Code H—Join spouse assignment not desired.
Parents of sponsor
Spouses and children
The military member
Spouses and children
Must suffer from a scheduled loss that is a direct result of a traumatic event.
Must have comparable civilian life insurance prior to the traumatic event.
Must have suffered the traumatic event before midnight of the day of separation.
Must survive for a period of at least seven full days from the date of the traumatic event.
Home of record, race, religion, TAFMSD, awards, decorations, and badges
Home of record, race, and awards and decorations only
Race, religion, and total active federal military service date (TAFMSD) only
Home of record, race, religion, and TAFMSD, and place of enlistment
Senior master sergeant (SMSgt) and Chief master sergeant (CMSgt) only
Staff sergeant (SSgt) through CMSgt
Master sergeant (MSgt) through CMSgt
Eligible children only
Surviving spouse or eligible children
Surviving spouse only
But is suspended upon remarriage before age 45
But is suspended upon remarriage before age 55
And then it passes onto any surviving children
And is not suspended upon remarriage