Airman's Attic opens for operation
By Tech. Sgt. Madinah McKinney , 61st MSS Family Support Flight
/ Published September 08, 2006
LOS ANGELES AFB, CA -- The Los Angeles Air Force Base Airman's Attic is now open after closing its doors in April 2005 upon losing its facility to renovation efforts on Fort Mac Arthur.
This valuable resource is once again available to airman and their families in a new location, just in time for the Summer PCS move season. Co-located with the Lodging office in Building 37, the attic is now open for business. The attic is fully stocked with items ranging from clothing to furniture. Airmen in the grade of E1-E5 and O1-O2 with family members are eligible to take items from the attic at no cost.
All military personnel may donate unwanted items to the Airman's Attic during normal operating hours. Hours of operation are Monday and Wednesday from 6-9 p.m. and Saturday from noon-5 p.m.
Questions regarding the Airman's Attic can be referred to Tech.Sgt. December Garner, 310- 653-6767 or Tech. Sgt. Madinah McKinney, 310-653-5428.