More airmen may live off base

Lopez, Todd
March 2004
Airman;Mar2004, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p8
Reports on the possibility that more U.S. airmen could move off base in the future because of a change in how the U.S. Air Force figures unaccompanied housing requirements. Call for fewer dorminatory rooms; Air Force's need to provide dormitory housing for unaccompanied E-1s through E-3s and E-4s with less that three years' service.


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