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Revision as of 17:55, 10 March 2008

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Space-A travel is an opportunity for U.S. military personnel, their dependents, and retired military personnel to travel on military aircraft for free or for steeply discounted prices.

Contents

Understand

Eligibility

Reservists

Reservists are only permitted to fly within CONUS and U.S. possessions. If you need to travel abroad, you must be in active duty status or show orders to report to your base, if it is located outside CONUS.

Where to fly

CONUS

Ohio

Europe

England

Germany

Greece

Italy

Spain

Turkey

Prepare

International travel

Travelers using Space-A will need a passport, appropriate visas, and appropriate vaccinations for the destination country. Travelers will also need to abide by the custom regulations for the destination country.

Variants

Actions

Destination Docents

In other languages

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