NEWS / MEDIA
BASE TOURS
FLYOVER REQUESTS
FLIGHT OPERATIONS
AIRSHOWS
NOISE COMPLAINTS
PUBLIC SPEAKERS

Phone Numbers

Base Clinic... 678-655-4995
Base Lodging... 678-655-4745
Visitor's Center... 678-655-5738
Casualty Office... 678-655-5059
Chaplain... 678-655-2427
Civilian Personnel... 678-655-3891
Civil Engineering... 678-655-4800
Contracting... 678-655-4981
Consolidated Club... 678-655-4594
Education Office... 678-655-4000
Honor Guard... 678-655-5272
Military Employment... 678-655-4882
Equal Opportunity... 678-655-5042
Family Support... 678-655-5004
Finance (Civilian)... 678-655-9615
Finance (Reserve)... 678-655-9605
Finance (Reserve Travel) 678-655-9616
Fitness Center... 678-655-4872
ID Cards... 678-655-3835
Inspector General 678-655-2691
ITT Tickets & Travel... 678-655-4797
Legal Office... 678-655-5247
NCC (Communications)... 678-655-3859
Recreation (MWR)... 678-655-4870
Public Affairs... 678-655-5055
Recruiting... 678-655-5131
Space A... 678-655-4903
Vehicle Registration... 678-655-5738
Base Exchange... 770-428-1274

EMERGENCIES
Emergency Medical Service...117 or 911
Ambulance... 678-655-5304
Fire Department... 678-655-4840
Security Forces... 678-655-4909
Suicide Prevention Hotline... 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Newcomers

94th AW Customer Service
(678) 655-3835 DSN 625
Toll Free: 1 (888) 436-2246, ext. 4880

Scheduled to perform your first Unit Training Assembly (UTA) this month?
Saturday: Report in duty uniform (if you have one) to Bldg 838, Rm 2107 no later than 0730 for Newcomer Orientation.
This is a mandatory formation. If you are unable to attend this UTA, or have any questions concerning your in-processing, contact Tech. Sgt Jack in Personnel Employment at (678) 655-4882, 1-888-436-2246, ext. 4882, or DSN 625-4882/5674.

Live outside the DARB commuting area?
You are entitled to govt quarters for Friday and Saturday nights of the UTA (military members only, dependents must make other arrangements off base). To determine room eligibility, contact the Billeting Office at (678) 655-4745 or 1-888-436-2246, ext. 4745, prior to the UTA.
To register, you will need to present a copy of your assignment order and/or the letter you receive in the mail from this organization, to the desk clerk upon check-in for your first UTA. Billeting is located in Bldg 800.

First meal
Breakfast is served (no charge) on Saturday from 0630-0730 at the Dining Hall, Bldg 813. You will need to show your military ID card or a copy of your assignment orders.

INPROCESSING ITEMS LIST
It contains items that you should bring with you, if applicable. It is very important you bring complete mailing addresses for each beneficiary you will be designating during your in processing.

YOU WILL NEED TO BRING THESE ITEMS WITH YOU WHEN YOU ATTEND IN-PROCESSING:

*Bring Original and (1) copy
•Marriage Ceritificate
•Divorce Decree
•Birth Certificate (s) for children under 21 years of age who are dependent on you for support
•DD 214, Certificate of Release
•Child Support Award Papers
•Checking or Savings Account No. and Bank Routing Number for Mandatory Direct Deposit (Copy of Deposit Slip or Voice Check for Direct Deposit)
•Complete addresses for family beneficiaries
•NGB 22, Separation for Nat'l Guard
•Orders for any potentially missing decorations
•Any other forms/docs you think may be helpful with in-processing
•Military Records (such as):
◦AF10 Unit Personnel Record Group
◦Medical / Dental
COPY WILL NOT BE RETURNED

Driving on Base

SEATBELTS
Seatbelts are mandatory on the Dobbins complex. The first time a person is caught not wearing a seatbelt, the punishment is two points assessed to the base driving record. For the second offense, there is a 30-day suspension of driving privileges for full-time civilians or two unit training assemblies for guardsmen and reservists. The third offense is a one year suspension of on-base driving privileges. Be sure to buckle up. It's the law!

    SPEED LIMITS
Speed limit signUnless otherwise posted, the maximum speed limit on Dobbins ARB is 25 mph. Pedestrians have the right of way in all cases. All base traffic regulations are strictly enforced by a number of patrol cars equipped with speed detection devices.