108th Wing By-Law Program
-Customer Service hours-
Monday - Thursday 0700-1530
*Each ID Card takes about 20-30 minutes to produce
Blended Retirement System Slideshow
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 0730-1600
Friday 0730- 1530
108th Wing Members with CCAF related questions please contact the 108th Education office before contacting the 87th Education Office (Questions about Transcripts, viewing progress reports, or applying for a diploma)
-All Testing is By Appointment Only-
-CDC Testing is administered 0900 Wednesdays and 1300 Saturday of the regularly scheduled drill.-
-Cyber EDPT- Electronic Data Processing Test is administered the 3d Thursday of the month.-
-Testing with the 87th is possible under special circumstances.-
-For Tuition waiver, GI Bill, or AF Cool, questions please contact the
Retention Office Manager.-
Each Airman is presumed fit for duty and it's his/her responsibility to "be ready" Each Airman is responsible for promptly (within 72 hours) reporting any new medical or dental condition illness, injury, disease, operative procedure, or hospitalization) or not previously reported, or any change in a medical or dental condition that has been previously reported, to the medical group. If you have been evaluated by the VA and/or have a VA disability rating, ensure the Medical Group is aware of the injury/Illness.
Each Airman is responsible for meeting his/her scheduled appointments and should inform his/her supervisor of any upcoming scheduled appointments. Airman should make all attempts to resolve medical conditions in a timely manner. This includes, but is not limited to, attendance at all appointments, active participation in rehabilitation, and using medications as prescribed by their health care provider.
Each Airman with a known medical or dental condition is responsible for submitting all medical and dental documents for treatment obtained through civilian sources within 60 days of treatment. Airman who refuse to comply with the request for medical information will be considered medically unfit for continued military duty and referred to his/her immediate commander for administrative processing.
Airman are responsible for completing the AF Periodic Health Assessment Questionnaire (PHAQ) annually and for monitoring and maintaining currency of his/her IMR requirements. IMR status can be monitored using
My IMR/ASIMS Click Air Force Web Health Assessment. Start PHAQ.
-Ensure you report surgeries, minor procedures, lab testing, and radiology since your last PHA
-Report current medications including previously reported medications you are still taking
-Include prescriptions, seasonal medications and medications taken intermittently
-Over the counter (e.g.: Tylenol, Ibuprofen, etc.), vitamins, supplements, etc.
-Ensure family history is as accurate as possible and include previously reported family history
Dental Form DD2813
IMR Individual Medical Readiness
108th Wing Inspector General - 609-754-0557
24 Hour Fraud, Waste, and Abuse Hotline- 609-754-6265
JFHQ IG Hotline- 609-530-6969
USAF IG Hotline- 1-800-468-6661
DoD IG Hotline- 1-800-424-9098
108th Wing Sharepoint
108th Wing Portal
Military One Source
Air Force Portal
Air Force Public Webpage
Air Mobility Command Website
Air National Guard Public Website
108th Wing SAPR Sharepoint
Air Force Sexual Assault Prevention and Response
Green Dot Training Videos