MARTIN: There's a wide variety of things that are offered just on-base that Airmen, once they become part of the Air Force, that they can tap into. There's a health and wellness center, all the services are free and set up like a typical commercial gym, it's nothing out of your pocket. Once you join the Air Force, you have all these sports you can still play. The camaraderie, these guys that play out here, with playing soccer, it's the same guys that I'm going to be going out and getting deployed with as well.
HIEN: A commissary is a grocery store on base. You get everything you could get at any local grocery store. The fruits and vegetables are very fresh, organic groceries so I'm a big fan of that.
HELM: Base exchange, we are your department store, your electronics store, your clothing store, all your shopping needs you can accomplish at your local exchange on base.
SCOTT: This is the school age program, we offer before- and after-school care to children ages 5 to 12 years old, kindergarten through sixth grade. We give the parents peace of mind so that they can go and do their job and do their job well.
DENTON: In the Air Force, our facilities have family healthcare, pharmacy, laboratory, radiology, physical therapy, mental health, and they get the care they need at no-cost.
HOPPER: We rent out ski boats, pontoon boats,
AIGEN: bikes, to kayaks to fishing, anything you want to do outdoor-wise, we've got it.
NARRATOR: You have these services offered worldwide. Wherever we deploy people, we have the facility there to take care of them. Can you believe I'm on an Air Force Base?