How Air Force Dormitories Use Mobile Apps

How Air Force Dormitories Use Mobile Apps

The Air Force has even followed suit and is now deploying mobile apps in its military operations. And thanks to the growing number of no-code mobile application development solutions such as iBuildApp, creating a mobile app has become easier and cheaper.
Air Force bases such as Eielson Air Force base, Vandenberg Air Force base, Travis Air Force base, Robins Air Force base, Kunsan Air Force base, Fort Bragg Air Force, Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, Nellis Air Force Base, Joint Base Andrews are examples of air bases that are leveraging the iBuildApp platform.

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  • • Instant communication
A mobile app can offer the Air Force at all levels a better way to deliver relevant information to Airmen, their families and members of the local community in a timely manner. Airmen will be able to access local content, thus facilitating easy communication.

Furthermore, a robust mobile app offers a number of features that are meant to engage Airmen and reduce reliance on a desktop computer or laptop especially when it comes to accessing careers and other personal resources. Some of these features can range from Directory, Groups, Checklists, Polling, Events, Physical Fitness Test (PFT) Calculator, Notifications, among others; and can be customized at the local level so as to meet specific needs.

  • • Unit availability and booking
Step1:. Find your unit: The first step is to find a unit using our availability tool below.

Step2. Request a booking: Once you’ve decided on your unit get in touch for unit pricing and to book the units you’re interested in.

  • • Policies and Compliance Documents/Recruiting
Studies show that the recruitment process in the Air Force suffers a lot compared to other sectors largely due to the use of outdated processes. As a matter of fact, figures from a survey of young people aged 16 to 21 years by the Internal Defence Department note that the number of young people who expressed serious interest in joining the Air Force jumped from 7 percent to 11 percent.

If your Dormitory needs to give your visitors a way to report health, environmental or safety problems in the field, we recommend browsing through these examples to see exactly how it’s done

  • • Provide Safety/COVID19 Information
A mobile app can be a good way to provide correct, scientific and authentic COVID19/health information to visitors. They will have access to crucial features such as information on visitor policies, Covid19 regulations, Emergency Notices and Incident reporting, vaccination and calculator, health records, helpline numbers, etc.

Examples How Air Force Dormitories Use Mobile Apps

“Cobra Bit” App:

Official App of the 305th Maintenance Squadron. Connecting you with news, information, and events happening in the squadron.
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“VAFB Dorms” App: Vandenberg AFB Dormitory App.

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“Wolf Pack Dormitories” App:

Wolf Pack Dorms provides Kunsan AB’s current and new residents with a convenient method to submit work tickets, provide quick access to dorm related material, and aid inbound members with helpful travel information
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“Duce Mobile” App: 2ars app portal

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“Eglin AFB Dorm Management” App:

For residents and stakeholders of Unaccompanied Housing
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“Fort Bragg ACS” App:

One-stop shopping for Army Community Service program information, calendar dates, contact information and service requests
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“RAFBDorms” App:

Robins AFB dormitory resident information and work order submission app.
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“Dorm Life” App: Nellis/Creech Dorm Residents
Do you desire to create a mobile app that is always-on, always alert and always able to help Airmen in their individual contexts and with a personalized touch, feel free to get in touch.