Minneapolis-St Paul Air Reserve Station is located on the North edge of Minneapolis-St Paul International Airport. Access is gained at the intersection of Crosstown Highway 62 and 34th Ave South in Minneapolis.
Air Force Reserve Command has had active units at Mpls-St Paul IAP since 1948.
The unit has flown P-51, F-80, C-119 and C-130 aircraft. The 934th moved to its present location, formerly NAS Twin Cities, in June of 1970.
The current unit C-130H aircraft support the global mission requirements of the United States Air Force.
The unit employs 350 civilians, 150 of whom are Reserve Technicians, to support the activities of over 1200 Reservists. Other branches of service also utilize the location. A Navy-Marine Corps Training Center is located on base, and the Army Reserve and Air Guard are co-located.
Requirement for a sponsor can be coordinated with Military Personnel Flight and gaining Unit.
Base family housing is non-existent. Lodging is available at North Country Lodge. Lodging may be reached at 612-713-1983/1984.
Contact Family Support Center, 612-713-1516/1517. Toll free 1-800-231-3517.
CRITICAL INSTALLATION INFORMATION
The Base has a BX, with gas pumps and a clothing sales branch. A physical fitness center is available. Dining during weekdays is available at BX snack bar and Services Club. The Officers Club is not located on the Base, so transportation is an issue.
Local community transportation can be accessed depending on needs.