Tue-Thu: 10am to 8pm
Fri & Sat: noon to 5pm
Closed Federal Holidays
The base Library is an extensive resource center providing access to over 50,000 fiction, non-fiction and audio books, CD's, videos, newspapers & magazines. Electronic resources include information on military, education, medicine, literature, art, business, sciences, careers, and a host of additional fields.
Internet access, story time for preschool children, book discussions, and a summer reading program are features of the Base Library.
Noon Book Club
- 6 Sep: Ready Player One by Ernest Cline
- 13 Sep: I Was Told There'd Be Cake by Sloane Crosley
- 4 Oct: The Regional Office is Under Attack by Manuel Gonzales
Homeschool Orientation, 7 Sep
Learn about in-house and online resources and how we can support your curriculum needs. Program open to all homeschooling families.
Trick or Treat, 31 Oct
Show off your costume and check out a book during regular hours of operation and receive a treat!
Join us every Wednesday at 10:30am for a story and an activity.
August--Can We Build It
- 9 Aug: If I Built a House
- 16 Aug: Hammer and a Nail
- 23 Aug: Cut, Cut; Chisel, Chisel
- 30 Aug: Getting the Job Done
- 6 Sep: Aahh...it's a Monster
- 13 Sep: Monsters Galore
- 20 Sep: Monsters Don't Scare Me
- 27 Sep: Wild Things
Oct--Things That Go!
- 4 Oct: In The Sky
- 11 Oct: All Aboard
- 18 Oct: Down to Earth
- 25 Oct: Sailing, Sailing
Thursdays from 4 to 5pm for K-3rd. We'll read, craft, and play games.
August--Lego Take Over!
- 10 Aug: Calling all Cars!
- 17 Aug: Free the Galaxy
- 24 Aug: Amazing Battles
- 31 Aug: Attack of the Clones
- 7 Sep: Cheetahs
- 14 Sep: Snakes Slither and Hiss
- 21 Sep: Monkeys
- 28 Sep: Frogs and Toads
Air Force libraries are not just public libraries. Base libraries exist to help the military and civilian professional do a better job. Today's military professional has to be well informed, not only about military matters, but about the world as a whole. It has been said that, "The most important thing for business and professional people to have is the most difficult thing for them to find-information. Information makes the difference between a decision and a guess, between success and failure....." Library staff members are educated and trained information professionals dedicated to providing the right information when and where it is needed.
Air Force libraries purchase mission-essential information resources for organizations through library central appropriated funds (central APFs). The materials are maintained in the requesting work center for immediate access. Mission-essential information resources are defined by AFI 34-150, paragraph 4.3, as "publications and services that directly bear on the functions, initiatives, and operations of Air Force agencies and that personnel must have on hand to carry out the installation mission effectively." These materials can include books, sub-scriptions, microforms, and CD-ROM databases which help our offices perform their job duties with excellence.
If you are interested in developing an office collection, please contact the librarian for further information on how we may support your work.
Tutor.com for US Military Families
This program is funded by the Dept. of Defense MWR Library Program, Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program and Navy General Library Program.
- Chief of Staff Reading List Collection
- Office 2007 software programs
- 3 children's computers
- 2 laser jet printers
Air University Library Index
An index to articles from military and aeronautical periodicals