Retiree Survivor Benefit Plan Briefing
21 May | 0830-0900 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC Conference Room
Who: Retiring members and spouses attend this briefing to receive information on a benefit family members can take advantage of if member incurs an untimely death after retirement. Mandatory for member to declare or decline this benefit prior to separating.
What: Seminar setting on Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP) for AD members facing retirement from the USAF
Why: Declaration prior to retirement must be made by AD members and spouses or a selection will be made by the Air Force which will be difficult to change after retirement. Please call 720-847-6681 to register.
Retiree Survivor Benefit Plan Briefing
Related upcoming events
20-08-18 08:30 - 20-08-18 09:00
Retiree Survivor Benefits Briefing
20 August | 0830-0900 | Bldg. 606 | Conference Room
Who: Members planning to retire from military service; spouses and dependents
What: SBP briefing to assist retiring members with making the best decision for their family after a death
Why: To receive information that helps them make a decision prior to retirement to provide another source of income
Please call 720-847-6681 to register.
20-08-18 10:00 - 17-09-18 10:30
1, 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 22, 27 & 29 August | 1000-1030 | Bldg. 606 | Conference Room
Who: Open to Military Members returning from deployments, extended OCONUS TDYs, or remote tours
What: Briefing to help member reintegrate after deployment
Why: Mandatory follow-up for AF AD personnel within 4 days of returning. Open to spouses, but childcare is not available (contact A&FRC for some possible childcare options). Other returning personnel are welcome to attend. Please call 720-847-6681 to register.
20-08-18 18:00 - 20-08-18 19:30
Hearts Apart Dinner
20 August | 1800-1930 | Bldg. 316 | Chapel Fellowship Hall *Register by 16 August
Who: Open to immediate family members who have a loved one currently deployed, on a remote tour or TDY for 30 days or longer on active duty orders, EFMP families, and single parents
What: Monthly family focused support event sponsored by Air Force Sergeants Association
Why: Allows deployed family members to network and interact with fellow families. Facilitates the building of personal support networks allows interaction with fellow deployed families and spouses from all branches of service. Please call 720-847-6681 to register.
21-08-18 08:30 - 04-09-18 12:00
Transition Assistance Program – Pre-Separation Benefits Briefings
14, 21 & 28 August | 0830-1200 | Bldg. 606 | Auditorium
Who: All separating or retiring military members
What: Mandatory benefits counseling for all separating/retiring personnel
Why: Congress has deemed that all separating personnel need to be prepared for life after the military. This briefing covers benefits for military veterans as well as what is required to complete the congressionally mandated TAP–GPS process to separate/retire from the military. Please call 720-847-6681 to register.
21-08-18 09:00 - 18-09-18 15:00
2, 16, 23 & 30 August | 0900-0930 and 0930-1000 | Bldg. 606 | Auditorium
14, 21 & 28 August | 1400-1430 and 1430-1500 | Bldg. 606 | Auditorium
Who: Open to transitioning members who have complete all TAP GPS requirements
What: TAP GPS CAPSTONE event
Why: Mandatory for all personnel before they final out. During this event the DD 2958 will be completed after a thorough review of all documentation required by Congress to separate from the military. Please call 720-847-6681 to register.
22-08-18 08:00 - 22-08-18 12:00
Bundles for Babies
22 August | 0800-1200 | Bldg. 606 | Auditorium
Who: Active Duty Members, Guard and Reserve on orders as well as spouses expecting a baby
What: Integrative course to educate expectant parents
Why: Soon-to-be parents will receive information from multiple on-base on off-base agencies regarding infant care, safety, fitness during/post pregnancy, financial preparedness and more. A free bundle of onesies, bibs, crib sheets and more are provided to those that attend. Continental breakfast provided. Please call 720-847-6681 to register.
24-08-18 08:00 - 24-08-18 10:00
PCS with Ease
24 August | 0800-1000 | Bldg. 606 | Auditorium *Register by 20 August
Who: Members PCSing for the first time or experiencing their first tour overseas
What: PCS Preparation
Why: Pre-departure services for members to make informed decisions and preparations. Referral agencies include finance, TMO, A&FRC, legal and more! Please call 720-847-6681 to register.
24-08-18 11:30 - 24-08-18 13:00
Financial Lunch and Learn Workshop
24 August | 1130-1300 | Bldg. 606 | Auditorium
Who: Individuals interested in learning how to save, invest, managing debt, budgeting and other financial tips for building wealth for the future
What: Personal Financial Management Program for base populace
Why: To ensure users know how and when to perform intrafund transfers, switch funds based on market research, securing low interest loans for emergencies. Please call 720-847-6681 to register.
29-08-18 08:00 - 30-08-18 16:30
Career Exploration & Planning Track
29 & 30 August | 0800-1630 | Bldg. 606 | Auditorium
Who: Transitioning service members; veterans; retirees and/or spouses
What: Two-day self-employment intensive training workshop
Why: Learn how to choose a career, find resources for your major and other pertinent information in planning a college degree or certification. Please call 720-847-6681 to register.
30-08-18 09:30 - 30-08-18 10:30
2, 16, 30 August | 0930-1030 | Bldg. 606 | Conference Room
Who: Open to military members preparing for deployments, extended OCONUS TDYs, or remote tours
What: Briefing from numerous agencies to help member prepare for deployment
Why: Mandatory for all AF AD personnel prior to departure. Open to spouses, but childcare is not available (contact A&FRC for some possible childcare options). Other departing personnel are welcome to attend. Please call 720-847-6681 to register.
22-09-18 09:00 - 22-09-18 14:30
Operation Future Forces
22 September | 0900-1430 | Youth Center
Recruits will participate in a processing line, basic training, tech school and sent out on a humanitarian mission. This will be held at the Youth Center Bldg. 350, 72 slots available for children ages 7-15. All military branches welcomed.