Puerto Rico

156th AWMuniz ANG (San Juan)  – is the home of the Puerto Rico Air National Guard’s 156th Airlift Wing and the 198th Airlift Squadron.  It is the air force militia of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, an unincorporated territory of the USA. It is an element of the Puerto Rico National Guard. They are under the jurisdiction of the Governor of Puerto Rico though the office of the Puerto Rico Adjutant General unless they are federalized by order of the President of the United States

 

All Puerto Rico Military Bases

(with Interactive Map)

 

Puerto-Rico

10 thoughts on “Puerto Rico”

  1. Is there any space a housing on the old Roosevelt Road base? The Holiday day express at Fprt Buchanan is expensive. Are there any others housing site around San Juan? What is the name of Coast Guard location in old SJ? Will be arriving in early February for wedding at Palms del Mar. Any info greatly appreciated. Marion

    1. All the on-base lodging that is run by the Army is expensive. The Air Force and Navy have more reasonable rates.
      Have you looked at the page for this base? It has a number of lodging locations listed, including on the Coast Guard base.
      As for the Coast Guard, I did a quick Google search and found their Facebook page (and other pages) right away: https://www.facebook.com/uscoastguardsectorsanjuan/ and https://www.gocoastguard.com/recruiting-offices/san-juan. USCG Air Station Borinquen  Ramey, PR 00603

      1. Thanks for links. Do you know how to contact lodging at the CG station by the BX? I saw the building when I was there 3 yrs. ago but don’t know how to contact them.
        Is there any lodging on the old Roosevelt Road facility. I see the air national guard is located there and even stayed there before the navy was thrown out.
        You are right about the army…..almost as expensive as downtown.
        We will be attending a wedding at Palms del Mar and wonder how long a drive to the CG base on the west coast.

    1. In addition to the information that can be found at this site: http://ujspaceainfo.com/2014/02/san-juan-ang-puerto-rico/, there is a Space A forum that is very helpful in answering your questions about Space A in Puerto Rico. It’s a free forum with many knowledgeable Admins to answer your questions. https://www.facebook.com/groups/201491786649197/.
      As a retiree you will be a Category VI, the bottom of the barrel. I know because I’m at the bottom of that barrel also. These 2 sites should give you enough information about contacting the passenger terminal. If you need more information on how Space A works, then check out this quick and easy outline of it: http://ujspaceainfo.com/space-a-general-information/space-a-general-informationcategories/. For the official Space A website with more details on all of Space A: http://www.amc.af.mil/Home/AMC-Travel-Site/. Let me know if you have any further questions. I’ll be happy to help you out with any and all your Space A questions.

    1. Yes there are. There is pretty regular service from Charleston to Puerto Rico. Not sure if from other places, but there probably are. There is an excellent free Charleston Space A group to join for information on this. https://www.facebook.com/groups/270286459744002/ Charleston Space A Group and to find out more information about Charleston and Puerto Rico you can always check my blog that we’re on for information about the area around each location, including contact information.

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