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  • MacDill MPF -- FAQ

    Frequently Asked Questions & Answers 1) What is the Common Access Card? The Common Access Card (CAC) is a major smart card initiative currently underway across the Department of Defense (DoD). The CAC is a smart card that will serve as the: 1. Standard ID card for active-duty military personnel, National Guard and Selected Reserve personnel, DoD
  • Media Relations

    Public Affairs professionals must ensure compliance with the Secretary of Defense's principles of public information and Air Force "full disclosure/minimum delay" standards; thereby assuring rapid, accurate and continuous flow of information to the public. The 6th AMW Public Affairs office Media Relations program is used to link airmen and their

    When you are scheduled for a consult outside of the 6th Medical Group, your provider will select the relevant medical information from your medical record and our Medical Records staff will make a copy. In the case of urgent consults, a copy of the relevant medical information will be made immediately. Patients are authorized to receive one copy of
  • Military Equal Opportunity

    Military Equal OpportunityThe purpose of the MacDill AFB ADR/Mediation Program is to assist/empower the parties in reaching a mutually acceptable solution for resolution of their dispute(s) to enhance mission accomplishments through early resolution. What is ADR? ADR is a term used to describe a variety of approaches to resolve conflicts in lieu of
  • Military Personnel Flight

    The 6th Force Support Squadron Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System and identification card office:Basic documentation requirements for ID card issue - Often, customers may be turned away due to incomplete documentation requirements. To ensure a successful transaction and eliminate any wasted travel/wait time, please click here to
  • Mission Partners

    MacDill's Mission Partners play an integral part of the MacDill's mission. The main mission partners include: 927th Air Refueling WingUSCENTCOM USSOCOM JCSE NOAA American Red Cross MARCENTMore Mission Partners
  • More Mission Partners

    3rd Infantry Division (Mechanized) Personnel Support Team (Army) 290th Joint Communications Support Squadron (FL Air and Army National Guard) 297th Military Intelligence Battalion (Army) 622nd Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron (Air Force Reserve) 694th Intelligence Group (Army) Air Force Judiciary Area Defense Counsel Army and Air Force Exchange
  • Natural Gas Outage

    A project to replace natural gas valves and piping will result in a base wide outage of the natural gas distribution system on Tuesday, Sept 19, 2006. The outage is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. and continue through 5 p.m. and will directly or indirectly impact almost everyone on base.For more details, click here.To find out which facilities are
  • New Briefs

    Native American Indian Heritage Month committee volunteers needed Native American Indian Heritage Month is Nov 1 through 30 and Mac Dill AFB is forming a committee to celebrate this special month. Special observances are designed to recognize the contributions and achievements of all Americans and to increase awareness, mutual respect, and
  • Newcomer’s information

    NEWCOMER'S INFORMATION MacDill Air Force Base is located eight miles south of Tampa, Fla., on the tip of Interbay Peninsula in Hillsborough County. To get here take the Dale Mabry exit from either I-275 or the Crosstown Expressway (this is a toll road). Take Dale Mabry south to the base's main gate. The Visitor's Reception Facility is on the right