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UNITED STATES OF AM

AFP 211_1_12 3-15-66 AIR FORCE PAMPHLET

DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE NO. 211-1-12

Washington, 1 February 1966

UG 653

À 163 Personal Affairs

1166 AIR FORCE GUIDE FOR RETIRED PERSONNEL

This guide is for retired members of the Air Force and their families, as well as for those members approaching retirement. It discusses their status after retirement with specific emphasis on rights, benefits, and privileges. Additionally, it designates restrictions or requirements that apply to them as retired members. Members are urged to read this pamphlet and discuss with their family those parts which particularly affect them. Active duty personnel should request additional guidance as necessary, from their servicing Central Base Personnel Office (CBPO); retired personnel should submit such requests to USAFMPC (AFPMSDM1), Randolph AFB Tex 78148. This pamphlet may not be cited as an authority for specific actions; however, it is based on current policy and laws, generalized to cover most common situations. Official determinations and actions will be based on the appropriate policy or law.

This pamphlet supersedes AFP 35-4-1, 1 April 1962.
OPR: AFPMSDM1
DISTRIBUTION:
S;X: One to each retired member of the Air Force

One to each member within 2 years of retirement

Contents

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Chapter 1. The Retired Activities Program

HQ USAF Office Responsible for Retirement Matters.--.

Retired Activities Section.---.

Chapter 2. Reference Lists of Retired Air Force Personnel

Statutory Provisions for Retired Lists...

Chapter 3. Identification Cards

General.---

Issuance of ID Cards to Retired Personnel.

Replacement of DD Form 2 AF (Ret)-----

Issuance of ID Cards to Dependents of Retired Personnel.

Authorized Dependents.---

Application for ID Cards by Dependents of Retired Personnel

Surrender of ID Cards ----

Chapter 4. Privileges of Base Facilities

Officer and NCO Open Messes..

Commissaries, Exchanges and APO's.-

Use of Field Ration Dining Facilities -

Military Theaters...

Library Services -

Dependents' Schools..

Clothing Sales Stores -

Family Services Center..

CHAP (Children Have A Potential) Program.

Air Force Aid Society --

Laundry and Drycleaning..

Recreation Facilities--

Legal Assistance.

Transient Quarters ---

Base Chapels and Related Facilities..

Chapter 5. Participation in Air Force Activities

Assistance to the USAF Recruiting Service...

Helping Base-Community Relations -

Civil Air Patrol.

Air Force Aero Clubs..

Chapter 6. Wearing of the Uniform

Wear of Uniform by Retired Officers and Airmen..

When Wearing of the Uniform is Prohibited..

Wearing of the Uniform in A Foreign Country -

Wearing of Ribbons and Medals...

Obtaining Awards and Decorations -

Chapter 7. Restrictions Applicable to Retired Personnel

Standards of Conduct...

Security Program.--

Use of Military Titles.-

Employment by a Foreign Country

Acceptance of Foreign Decorations.-

Base Registration of Privately Owned Vehicles_

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