MASK WEAR UPDATE – 28 July, 2021
Mask wear is mandatory for all personnel regardless of vaccination status on Creech Air Force Base when indoors, in accordance with Deputy Secretary of Defense Guidance, issued July 28, 2021.
Creech Air Force Base is a base actively involved in downrange combat operations. Our missions are vital to the safety of American and coalition members in conflict zones throughout the world. As such, commanders are responsible for mission assurance and may be more restrictive based on mission requirements.
To schedule a COVID-19 vaccination appointment through the 99th Medical Group, please call (702)-653-2273 (Option 9, Option 1, Option 1)
A: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has a guide on staying safe here:
A: All personnel are strongly encouraged to limit movement off-installation. Civilian personnel are not directed, but are strongly encouraged to follow the recommendations.
A: The Hospital and Pharmacy will continue to support all of our valued patrons with appointments and prescriptions. Prior to the appointment, verify with your provider that the medical appointment is still scheduled. The satellite pharmacy will not have the waiting lobby open and requests that non-urgent prescriptions are filled utilizing the drop box next to the ticketing kiosk for next day pickup.
A: Yes, we will refund childcare fees for services not used.
A: Airmen that need to utilize the vanpool to get to-and-from Creech may continue to do so, but must plan to spread out among other vans/busses offered in accordance with social distancing guidelines.
A: Yes, most support services are already available by telework, offering contact via email or phone. For Creech: please read the Updated Base Facilities & Access email or click the "Creech Support Services Info Sheet" for more information.
A: Please continue to work on your in-processing/out-processing by calling or emailing the locations on your checklist and working with your unit’s CSS.
A: The Employment Assistance Program at the Airman & Family Readiness Center can provide resources, referrals, help with resumes, and other employment assistance.
A: The Airman & Family Readiness Center can provide financial information, resources and referrals, including access to a Personal Financial Counselor as well as emergency assistance through the Air Force Aid Society.
A. DFAC operations and hours at Creech will remain the same. Breakfast: 0530 – 0830, Lunch: 1100-1300, Dinner: 1630-1900, Midnight: Midnight-0300, Grab & Go Available 24/7. However, all meals are packaged to-go and customers must depart the facility after payment. To prevent crowds from gathering, meeting rooms and the dining area are unavailable for seating.
A. Yes, the running track is available for individual use only, no group runs. Social distancing should be maintained. The outdoor equipment is not being maintained or wiped down so it is use at your own risk. Since both Fitness Centers are closed, the locker rooms and restrooms are unavailable.