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  • Public Health Directive 8

    The infection spike experienced after the holiday season has declined and Operation Fight Back is reaching a steady-state battle rhythm. The new vaccine is our weapon of choice in this battle, forged from medical technology 30 years in development. Vaccination PODs have been a key logistical enabler in protecting the health and safety of all members and preserving mission readiness. However, it will still take several months before the entire community is vaccinated and we can safely put this pandemic behind us.
  • Chapel Services

    The Vandenberg AFB Chapel Team is here for you, as we navigate through the challenges of the COVID-19 together. Due to the health precautions the 30 SW is taking, the Chapel Team would like to offer following resources to help you with your spiritual resiliency during this time.
  • 30th Space Wing Staff Judge Advocate

    The 30th Space Wing legal office advises commanders on a wide range of legal issues. Our team of uniformed and civilian attorneys and paralegals administers the military justice program, as well as the claims program for the installation. Further, our attorneys and paralegals maintain the mission-readiness of Team Vandenberg by providing hours of additional personal legal services with priority for deploying airmen. Personal legal assistance services for our airmen and their dependents includes basic wills, advance health care directives, power of attorney instruments, and other initial legal consultations. Additional beneficiaries for free legal services are listed in 10 USC 1044. These honored beneficiaries may request legal assistance services by appointment on a space-available basis.
  • Vandenberg AFB Leave Policy - COVID-19

    On 29 June 2020, the Secretary of Defense (SECDEF) issued Exemption of Authorized Leave for Department of Defense Service Members from Coronavirus Disease 2019 Personnel Movement and Travel Restrictions Exemption (SECDEF Memo), superseding prior guidance on the same subject. Personnel on Vandenberg AFB shall comply with all aspects of the SECDEF order, as it applies to them. This memorandum supersedes Vandenberg AFB Leave Policy, dated 20 May 2020, and will remain in effect until rescinded or superseded by higher authority.
  • Renewed Declaration of a Public Health Emergency on Vandenberg AFB

    On 20 March 2020, I declared a Public Health Emergency based on the public health situation involving Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). I have consulted with my Public Health Emergency Officer (PHEO) regarding the current status of COVID-19. Based on the PHEO’s recommendations and considering all circumstances, I am renewing my declaration of a public health emergency IAW AFI 10-2519, Public Health Emergencies and Incidents of Public Health Concern. This declaration will terminate automatically 30 days from the date of this memorandum unless it is renewed and re-reported, or terminated sooner by myself or a senior commander in the chain of command.
  • Basic Allowance for Subsistence and Meals at No Cost Due to COVID-19

    The Department of Defense, Department of the Air Force, and Vandenberg Air Force Base continue to take measures to protect our Airmen and their families. During the COVID-19 national emergency, some uniformed airmen may be restricted in their movements by medical professionals or their Commanders and may have meals provided by the Government (MREs, flight line meals, DFAC, etc.). Effective immediately, I authorize Airmen under the conditions described below to receive Government-provided meals without charge and also receive Basic Allowance for Subsistence (BAS) at the applicable standard monthly rate without automatic deduction.
  • Military OneSource resources

    Military OneSource has a suite of virtual support and telehealth options by calling 800-342-9647 or connecting at www.militaryonesource.mil. Military Community Support Programs continue to offer Service and family members support in this unprecedented and stressful time.
  • COVID-19 Rules for Dormitory Residents (20 Mar)

    MEMORANDUM FOR ALL VANDENBERG DORMITORY RESIDENTS (View Official Memo Here)FROM: 30 SW/CCSUBJECT: COVID-19 Rules for Dormitory Residents 1. To prevent the spread or transmission of COVID-19, it is important that we isolate dorm residents who have, or are believed to have the virus. Dorm residents experiencing the symptoms of COVID-19: fever, dry
  • Town Hall Question and Answer on COVID-19

    Here are the the frequently asked questions from the Commander's Town Hall on Facebook Live, current as of 9 November. We will continue adding and updating this content.
  • Vandenberg AFB Leave Policy (18 Mar 20)

    On 13 March 2020, the Deputy Secretary of Defense issued a Stop Movement Order applicable to various aspects of military and civilian travel, effective 16 March 2020 (Atch 1). All personnel on Vandenberg AFB are directed to comply with all aspects of this order. This memorandum remains in effect until rescinded or superseded by higher authority. The order directs that military members are authorized only local leave, in accordance with Service policies. Effective immediately, the boundaries for the local area of Vandenberg AFB is defined as: San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara counties. The distances comply with Joint Travel Regulation Chapter 2, section 0206 for military and civilian personnel, as well as AFI 36-3003, paragraph 4.1.1.7.
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