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Marine Corps Base Hawaii

"Supporting Readiness and Global Projection"

General Information

**PLEASE DO NOT CALL EITHER THE SQUADRON DUTY OFFICER CELL PHONE OR FLIGHT PLANNING FOR SPACE AVAILABLE FLIGHT INFORMATION.  YOU MAY CALL (808) 257-0777 FOR THE MOST CURRENT 72 HOUR SCHEDULE.  SDO'S DO NOT HAVE CURRENT FLIGHT SCHEDULE AND THEY HAVE BEEN DIRECTED TO NOT PROVIDE ANY FLIGHT INFORMATION.  THE SQUADRON DUTY OFFICER CELL PHONE IS PUBLISHED SO AIRCREW MAY CONTACT FLIGHT OPERATIONS WITH UPDATED SCHEDULE CHANGES.**

Space available (Space A) passengers travel only after all mission cargo and passengers have been accommodated. All available space available seats are released, but there is no guaranteed movement in the preferred time frame. Have sufficient funds available to complete travel using commercial transportation if necessary.

Space A eligible travelers may not use their privilege for personal gain or in connection with business enterprises or employment. Space A travel may not be used to establish a home or when international or theater restrictions prohibit such travel.

Family members may not travel within the CONUS except as follows:

Family members of active duty military personnel, when accompanied by their sponsor.

Command sponsored family members may travel unaccompanied on domestic leg segments of international flights during the beginning or end of their international flight. For example, if a flight originates in Texas, stops in California as part of the mission, and then continues overseas, family members eligible for travel may fly from Texas to the overseas area on the flight. They may not, however, travel just simply Texas to California (unless traveling with their sponsor as previously noted). 

Space A seats are normally identified as early as 24 hours and as late as 30 minutes prior to departure. Recommend checking with the passenger service center for the space available show time prior to departing the terminal. Be ready for immediate processing and boarding.

Travelers are assigned a category (space available travel categories) upon registering for travel and compete for seats within categories based on the date and time of registration. This date and time of sign-up is valid through to destination; a new date and time are assigned for return travel. Travelers may stand by for any available flight.

Mission space required passengers or cargo may require the removal of Space A passengers at any point. If removed en route, travelers may re-register with their original date and time of registration. Passenger agents will assign a new date and time to any country changed or added to an application. Names of all originating space available passengers who depart on a flight will be removed from all destinations. Travelers should be prepared to purchase onward or return commercial transportation, meals, and lodging.

Authorized quantity and size of Space A baggage and carry on will depend on the type aircraft that is providing the airlift. As a rule when traveling on most aircraft with the exception of C-20G and smaller aircraft, you may bring (2) bags not to exceed 70lbs each, and a small carrying on.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION:

Active Duty Uniformed Services Member (includes National Guard and Reserve members on active duty in excess of 30 days and Cadets and Midshipmen of the U.S. Service Academies): DD Form 2 (Green), US Armed Forces ID Card (Active), Form 2 NOAA (Green), Uniformed Services ID and Privilege Card (Active), or PHS Form 1866-3 (Green), US Public Health Service ID Card (Active), and a valid leave authorization or evidence of pass status. 

Retired Uniformed Service Members: DD Form 2 (Blue), US Armed Forces ID Card (Retired), DD Form 2 NOAA (Blue), Uniformed Services ID Card (Retired), or PHS Form 1866-3 (Blue), US Public Health Service ID Card (Retired). 

National Guard and Reserve Members: Authorized Reserve Component Members (National Guard and Reserve) of the Ready Reserve and members of the Standby Reserve who are on the Active Status List: DD Form 2 (Red), Armed Forces of the United States ID Card (Reserve) and DD Form 1853, Authentication of Reserve Status for Travel Eligibility. 

Retired Reservists Entitled to Retired Pay at Age 60: DD Form 2 (Red) and a notice of retirement eligibility as described in DoD Directive 1200.15. If the automated DD Form 2 (Red) has been issued, the member is registered in his or her service personnel system as a Reserve retiree entitled pay at age 60, and a notice of retirement is not required. 

Retired Reservists Qualified for Retired Pay: DD Form 2 (Blue), US Armed Forces ID Card (Retired), DD Form 2 NOAA (Blue), Uniformed Services ID Card (Retired), or PHS Form 1866-3 (Blue), US Public Health Service ID Card (Retired). 

On Active Duty for 30 Days or Less: DD Form 2 (Red) and orders placing the Reservist on active duty and a valid leave authorization or evidence of pass status. 

ROTC, Nuclear Power Officer Candidate (NUPOC), and Civil Engineer Corps (CEC) Members: When enrolled in an advanced ROTC, NUPOC, or CEC course or enrolled under the financial assistance program: DD Form 2 (Red) and DD Form 1853. 

Family Members of Uniformed Services Members: DD Form 1173, United States Uniformed Services Identification and Privilege Card. 

EML Travelers: Travel orders issued by the Unified Command. Participants of the EML program may take no more than two trips per year and may not be taken within 6 months of the beginning or end of the service. 

Unaccompanied, Command Sponsored Dependents: DD Form 1173, United States Uniformed Services Identification and Privilege Card, and a command sponsorship letter.