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How do you reserve rooms at Air Force Inn locations?

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Air Force Inns are located on military bases and must be reserved using the Department of Defense Lodging website, DODLodging.net. The home page brings up a search screen where you enter the city or city airport code of your destination and select Air Force Inn under Brands to Search. This pulls up any Air Force Inns in the area, along with amenities, whether a property is pet-friendly and on-base, and general area attractions. Reservation contacts are to the left.

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For example, if you put in Los Angeles and Air Force Inns, the Los Angeles AFB property pulls up. In addition to the information already covered it pulls up the types of rooms available, in this case VOQ, VAQ and TLF, or Visiting Officer's Quarters, Visiting Airmen's Quarters and Temporary Lodging Facilities, respectively. Active duty, reserve, guard and retired military personnel from any military branch, and their families, may stay at Air Force Inns. Department of Defense civilian personnel, current and retired, are also eligible.

The reservation contacts for the Los Angeles AFB shows phone numbers, a fax, an email and a website. If traveling with children or pets, the main number to the lodge should be used. Bookings like this, which are known as space-available reservations, may be made up to 120 days in advance, except for TLF, which may be made up to 30 days in advance.

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