Base Exchange / Commissary / Thrift Shop / Gas station
Does Los Angeles AFB have a Commissary and Exchange?
AAFES Los Angeles AFB Exchange: (310) 414-9404
AAFES Food Court: (310) 414-9697
Does Los Angeles AFB have a Thrift Shop?
The Thrift Shop accept consignments as well as donations at two locations:
Los Angeles AFB
El Segundo, Calif.
Tierra Vista Housing Office
Bldg. 31 (Container located inside playground area)
San Pedro, Calif.
Does Los Angeles AFB have an Auto Hobby Shop or Car Wash for self-service work?
Is there a Base Theatre?
What are the Commissary and Exchange operating hours?
What's the value to shopping at the Exchange?
What are bugle calls?
What is the military custom when bugle calls are played?
Why aren’t bugle calls played in the Pacific Heights and Pacific Crest housing areas? What is the rationale behind the decision to only play them on Fort MacArthur?
I'm active-duty/military retiree visiting the local area in an RV. Is there a FamCamp on base?
Phone: (310) 322-4951
The six closest FamCamps to Los Angeles AFB are:
Seabreeze RV Resort (25 miles to the south)
Bldg. 35, Code N92
800 Seal Beach Blvd.
Seal Beach, CA 90740
Phone: (562) 626-7106
Fax: (562) 626-7893
Point Mugu Recreation Facilities (55 miles to the northwest)
Bldg. 774 MWR Dept. Code 836300E 3
11 Main St., Suite 1
Point Mugu, CA 93042-5001
March ARB FamCamp (77 miles to the east)
1870 Graeber Street, Bldg. 434
Moreno Valley, CA 92518-5000
Phone: (951) 655-3983
Edwards AFB FamCamp (107 miles to the northeast)
36 N Wolfe Avenue, Bldg 7211
Edwards AFB, CA 93524-1510
Big Bear Recreational Facility (113 miles to the east)
Miramar Marine Corps Air Station
P.O. Box 1664
Big Bear Lake, CA 92315
Reservations: (858) 271-7111 ext. 1
Info only: (909) 522-2639
Vandenberg AFB FamCamp (159 miles to the northwest)
PO Box 5247
Vandenberg AFB, CA 93437
For listings of other FamCamps and RV parks that cater to military and DoD personnel, visit U.S. Military Campgrounds and RV Parks.
I'm going TDY and need to catch a flight out of LAX. Is there any long-term parking at Los Angeles AFB?
Does Los Angeles AFB have a Fitness Center? What does it offer?
Fort MacArthur in San Pedro
8 a.m.-8 p.m.
Does Los Angeles AFB have any organized (Intramural) sports teams?
, or the 61st Force Support Squadron at (310) 653-5358.
I'm a bicyclist. Any good bike paths at Los Angeles AFB?
Is there a running track at Los Angeles AFB? Athletic field?
Can I get a DOD vehicle decal on base?
Can I or a family member get a military ID card on base?
or (310) 653-5114.
How do I get to Los Angeles AFB?
Does Los Angeles AFB have on-base lodging?
or email email@example.com visit www.DODLodging.net for more information.
How do I make a reservation?
What types of rooms are available?
For more information, visit the LAAFB Clinic webpage
Are there Medical / Dental facilities available at Los Angeles AFB?
Yes. Medical care for Los Angeles AFB personnel is provided by the 61st Medical Squadron. A satellite clinic is also located at the Fort MacArthur military housing area in San Pedro. All patients are seen by appointment only.
Both the Los Angeles AFB clinic and the Fort MacArthur satellite clinic are open Monday-Friday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Both clinics are closed on weekends, federal holidays and/or AFSPC-designated Family Days.
Additionally, both clinics are closed on the first Thursday of every month for mandatory currency and proficiency training until 1 p.m. For additional information, call (310) 653-CURE (653-2873).
After hours care: To obtain authorization for non-emergency care or for out-of-area care, call United Healthcare Military & Veterans toll free at 1-(877) 988-9378.
Emergency medical care is not available at either clinic. For life threatening injuries or illnesses, call 911 or proceed to the nearest Emergency Room or Urgent Care Center listed here.
Does the Los Angeles AFB Clinic and the medical staff ever get inspected? If so, how often?
I need a refill on my medicine, but I can't pick it up before you close. What can I do?
The ScriptCenter Express Prescription Refill and Pickup Center is an automated refill dispensing machine located in the AAFES Exchange's Food Court area.
Refills can be picked up Monday-Friday from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekends. New, controlled (narcotic), and refrigerated prescriptions can't be sent to the ScriptCenter.
NOTE: A prescription number is required to register for ScriptCenter; registration is required one time during initial use. Once a prescription is ordered through the ScriptCenter, it will be available for pick-up the next duty day after 2 p.m.
U.S. Medicine.com article: New prescription dispensing machine allows for after hours pick-up at Los Angeles AFB
Another option is mail order home delivery via Express Scripts: TRICARE Pharmacy Home Delivery is a safe, convenient and low cost option to get maintenance drugs. You can get up to a 90-day supply, as opposed to a 30-day supply from a retail pharmacy. You save up to $176 a year for every brand name drug you switch to Home Delivery. Military pharmacies offer up to a 90-day supply of drugs at zero copay, but not all drugs are available. Check with your Los Angeles AFB pharmacy to see if they carry your prescription.
NOTE: Starting Oct. 1, 2015, a new law requires all TRICARE beneficiaries, except active-duty service members, to get select brand name maintenance drugs through either TRICARE Pharmacy Home Delivery or from a military pharmacy. Beneficiaries who keep using a retail pharmacy for these drugs will have to pay the full cost.
Read the full article here: Changes coming to TRICARE Pharmacy benefit
I need to get my prescription filled. What medications are available from the pharmacy?
I'm having (chest pains/difficulty breathing/contractions): What do I do?
If I need highly specialize care, and don't want to go to a civilian hospital, can I be referred to another military treatment facility?
If I'm not satisfied (or I'm very happy) with the level of care provided by the Los Angeles AFB Clinic, who do I talk to?
What qualifications/educational backgrounds/certifications/accreditations do your medical staff have?
Where can I find a record of how good the Medical Clinic is doing in providing healthcare services?
Why are no emergency services available at the Los Angeles AFB or Fort MacArthur clinics?
Is there an Officer/Enlisted Club on base for social gatherings or "Happy Hour" activities?
Yes. The South Bay Café and Lounge is a co-located "all ranks" club in the Schriever Space Complex at Los Angeles AFB. Operated by the 61st Force Support Squadron, it is located at the south end of Bldg. 270. The area is easily identified by its array of outdoor tables and chairs under wide, white umbrellas.
The indoor area includes a spacious bar, pool table (for billiards or sporting games of "Crud"), shelve space for maintaining Directorate, Squadron and Unit mugs and tankards, unit emblem bar tables, couches and high-definition televisions.
The South Bay Lounge is is open Thursdays and Fridays from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. The club is open for breakfast from 6:30 to 9:30 a.m. and lunch from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The Harborview Lounge at Fort MacArthur is open every Friday from 5 to 11 p.m.
Of course, if you're a card-carrying member of USAF Club Services, membership has its benefits! Monthly dues are among the lowest in the Air Force. AF Club member benefits include:
- Free monthly breakfast buffet
- Free birthday lunch
- Complimentary food for members and their families at themed parties
- $1.00 discount off food/drink purchases over $5.00 in the South Bay Café
- $2.00 discount off meals at official LAAFB/SMC functions
- Eligible to win prizes at club events
- Eligible to enter in the $25,000 scholarship program
For more information, contact us at 61FSS.FSV.SouthBayCafe@us.af.mil, or call Food Services at (310) 653-1305 or AF Club Membership at (310) 653-1306.
I'm a retiree, but I still want to serve. What's available at Los Angeles AFB?
What resources are available for retirees?
Can I catch a Space-A flight from Los Angeles Air Force Base?
or 951-655-2913, to reach the March ARB terminal.
Air Mobility Command - Space-A Travel
Military Hops: Space-A Military Travel
Military Travel Center - Travel Privileges
Regional Space-A LIVE Schedule Feeds
Space-A Travel on Military Flights - Military OneSource
The Space-A Guide for Beginners
Welcome to Space-A.net
How do I obtain a speaker for an event?
or send a written request to:
Space and Missile Systems Center
Office of Public Affairs
483 N. Aviation Blvd.
Los Angeles Air Force Base
El Segundo, CA 90245
Phone: (310) 653-2368
Fax: (310) 653-5604
How does a school / civic group request a tour of Los Angeles AFB?
, or download and complete a tour request form and mail, fax or e-mail it to SMC/PA. When calling, please provide your name and contact information (daytime phone and e-mail), the name of the group you are representing, the size of the group, and proposed dates for the visit. Keep in mind, due to the size of the facilities being toured, group sizes are limited to no more than 25.
Is there anything to do or see on Los Angeles AFB?
SMC Heritage Center Volunteer Program
Space and Missile Systems Center
Los Angeles Air Force Base
483 N. Aviation Blvd.
El Segundo, CA 90245-2808
Can I buy tickets to Disneyland and other Los Angeles area attractions?
Discount tickets for theme parks and other local Los Angeles attractions, including movie theaters, ski lift tickets, hotels and other special events are available at the Information Tickets and Travel in the base exchange
Operating hours are Monday-Friday from 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (Closed for lunch from 1-2 p.m.) For more information, call IT&T at (310) 653-1304
Tickets are also available at the Outdoor Recreation office in Bldg. 403 on Fort MacArthur in San Pedro.
Operating hours are Monday and Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Tuesday-Thursday from 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. For more information, call (310) 653-8226
Depending on what theme parks or attractions you select, the average savings can be anywhere from $2 to $50 off regular gate prices.