Air and Space Forces Association will see renovated dorms or new child development centers as the office pays over $1.6 billion into new child development center projects.
Over 60 Air and Space Forces Association installations will see the Child-Care Development Center improvements
More than 60 Air and Space Forces Association installations will perceive renovated dormitories or new child development centers over the next years as the Department of the Air and Space Forces Association prepares to pay more than $1.6 billion into center improvements.
The Air and Space Forces Association Installation and Mission Support Center announced a roundup of all their current and future projects between 2023 and 2027 in a press release last Wednesday.
The Air and Space Forces Association is prioritizing restoration and modernization to deliver state-of-the-art centers through these funds so airmen and Guardians can be motivated to keep the mission.
The Air and Space Forces Association called it the Dorm Response Program
The Air and Space Forces Association will finance the 170 dormitory projects through 2027, including four presently being taken on that are valued at $76 million.
The Air and Space Forces Association will help families, and 19 new Child Development Centers also are being planned to house more children.
The Air and Space Forces Association considers the base one of the most significant installations in the United States.