Active Duty Members who travel outside of a 100 mile radius from Minot AFB must
-Have their travel approved by their Squadron Commander
-ROM as directed by unit commanders.
Specific recreation areas listed below are still approved to visit outside of the 100 mile radius. These areas do not require ROM upon return nor Squadron Commander approval to visit.
-Lake Audubon, ND: 74 minutes from Minot AFB
-Lake Metigoshe/Turtle Mountain, ND: 101 minutes from Minot AFB
-Lake Sakakawea, ND: 81 minutes from Minot AFB
-Devils Lake, ND: 124 minutes from Minot AFB
-Medora/Teddy Roosevelt National Park, ND: 216 minutes from Minot AFB
Dependents traveling outside the 100 mile radius from Minot AFB are highly encouraged to follow this same ROM guidance. DoD Civilian employees and contractors who intend to travel outside the 100 mile radius must establish an approved seven-day ROM plan with their Squadron Commander prior to departure.
Military members returning from TDY, deployment or PCS, must adhere to the guidance below.
-Members traveling for approved medical appointments outside 100 miles will establish a plan with their Squadron Commander, PCM or with Public Health for appropriate ROM procedures, specific to their travel, and prior to departing the local area.
COVID-19 TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS INSTALLATION STATUS UPDATE FEBRUARY 24, 2021
Current restricted travel information can be found on the CDC website here, or on the Dept. of State travel site here.
Airmen no longer need to obtain an ETP for visitors through their commanders. Visitors can be sponsored by an Airmen at the visitor's center.
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Civilian employee COVID-19 Updates can be found on their website here. Common Questions have been answered in this attached document.
Veteran-specific COVID-19 Updates can be found on their website here.
The Veteran Benefits Administration (VBA) Regional Offices are closed for walk-ins. For more information, call 1-800-827-1000 or visit their inquiry website
Face Coverings are required on and off base. See guidance below.
Inbound service members and families coming from a country that has a Level 3 Travel Health Notice as determined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, must reach out to their unit’s Commander, Superintendent or First Sergeant prior to arrival to Minot Air Force Base for additional reporting instructions.
We are working with our local officials to ensure the safety and security of service members, family, and community members. We continue to address all medical concerns as they arise and work with our medical professionals to keep you informed as the situation develops.
For more information on cases in the states, visit the CDC website.
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Exempt from PT Testing through COVID-19? Check out the Official Physical Fitness testing matrix to figure out when you are next due.
Fitness Testing will resume in July 2021 unless further guidance is published.