“…the beating heart of the Air Force”
UNITE was established to provide squadron commanders with the maximum flexibility to deliver activity rich programs that build cohesion for personnel within their unit. The primary focus of UNITE is on units rather than individuals. For OCONUS, this includes assigned Active Duty, Reserve, APF and NAF Civilians, and local National MLC/IHAs assigned to a unit. Family members may participate, but they must pay any associated fees.
Types of Events
01. Ready to Execute (RTE)
FSS already offers a variety of great programs that keep funds on the installation. These programs are the easiest plan to execute and should be considered first.
02. Unit Developed Program (UDP)
Squadron leaders are given the discretion to create UDPs that capitalize on opportunities available not only on the installation, but in the local area as well.
Charitable work provides a cost effective team building activity that allows co-workers to see each other in a new light and to make a real difference in your community. Free events require no pre-approval unless UNITE funds are requested for food and/or refreshments.
ODR Adventure Trips
Hiking, biking, kayaking, SUP, surf, beach parties, cultural tours and camping just to name a few!
Test your skills at the Gosser Golf Course driving range.
Squadrons can go head to head in this fun dice game. New challenges are encouraged.
Equipment rental, field fees and exclusive use of the Wild West Range.
Walmsley Bowling Center
Enjoy Mad Gmaes Monday and other options for your own bowling party challenges.
Arts & Crafts
Get crafty and create a customized ceramic, wreath or canvas.
Exclusive use of the pool and The Fish Bowl. Partake in Battleship challenges, Wibit Obstacle course or just fun swim time!
Paddle board or kayak at mid-day or enjoy an evening sunset on the lake with pizza.
Test your strength and mental fortitude on the Alpha Warrior reg located in the Freedom Fitness Center.
Tackle area trails with ODR bike rentals.
Play nine to 18 holes of golf using a soccer ball.
Take a taiko drum class or learn traditional Japanese fan dancing.
Community Cohesion Coordinator