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  • Immunization clinic

    Location: Building 375, 590 Mitchell Blvd, Laughlin AFB TXPhone: (830) 298-6386/6469The Immunization Clinic's hours are Monday through Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The clinic is closed every third Weds for training. Children receiving immunizations will be asked to remain in the waiting area for about 20
  • Dental Clinic

      Location: Building 375, 590 Mitchell Blvd, Laughlin AFB TXPhone: (830) 298-6531The Dental Clinic provides comprehensive dental care for eligible active duty military personnel only. For appointments and information call the Dental Clinic at (830) 298-6531. For urgent dental care during duty hours, patients should call the clinic for triage and
  • 96th Flying Training Squadron

    The 96th Flying Training Squadron, Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas, is a Reserve unit that supplements the four active flying squadrons by conducting training in the T-6 Texan II, T-1, and T-38 portions of Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training and Introduction to Fighter Fundamental Course.The 96th Pursuit Squadron, Interceptor, was activated
  • 87th Flying Training Squadron

    The 87th Flying Training Squadron's lineage goes back to the 87th Aero Squadron which was active in 1917 and 1918. The squadron was designated as the 87th Aero Squadron and organized on 18 August 1917. Active time was very short as the unit was redesignated Squadron B, Park Field, on 25 July 1918. The unit was reconstituted and consolidated with
  • 86th Flying Training Squadron

    The 86th Flying Training Squadron, Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas, conducts the T-1A flying training portion of Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training.The 86th FTS traces its lineage to the 86th Bombardment Squadron, which was designated on Nov. 20, 1940, activated on Jan. 15, 1941 and stationed at McChord Field, Wash. The 86th’s mission was
  • 84th Flying Training Squadron

    The 84th Flying Training Squadron, Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas, together with the 85th Flying Training Squadron, conducts the T-37 flying training portion of Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training. The squadron was activated in 1942, the 84th Fighter Interceptor Squadron was an active and integral part of America's victory in World War II.