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HS3 Travel Information - AFRC (Dryden)

Restaurants On Base

Anthony’s Pizza
Bldg. 6001
Inside the BX.
Phone: (661) 258-4034
Hours: Mon-Sat 10:00am to 7:00pm
Closed Sunday

Baskin Robbins
Bldg. 6001
Inside the BX.
Phone: (661) 258-1078, ex. 226
Hours: Mon-Sat 1000-2000 Sun. 1000-1900

Strikezone Snack Bar
Located at the High Desert Lanes Bowling Center
205 W. FitzGerald Blvd.
Phone: (661) 275-ZONE
Hours: Mon-Thurs 10:30am – 7pm, Fri 10:30am to 10pm, Sat 2-10:00pm, Sun 2-7:00pm

Burger King
Bldg. 6005
2040 W. FitzGerald Blvd.
Phone: (661) 258-5987
Hours: Mon-Fri 0600-2100, Sat-Sun 0800-2000

Charley’s Steakery
Bldg. 6001
Inside the BX.
240 W. FitzGerald Blvd
Phone: (661) 258-1078 ex. 256
Hours: Sun 10:00am – 7:00pm, Mon-Sat 10:00am to 8:00pm

Club Muroc
Bldg. 5600
275 Manzanita Way
Phone: (661) 275-2582
Hours: Lunch – Mon-Fri 11:00am to 1:00pm
Dinner, Tues-Sat 5-8pm in the dining room and lounge
Appetizers and Desserts, 8-10pm on Muroc Menu only in the lounge
Curbside Hours, Tues-Fri 4-8:00pm

Crazy Otto’s Diner
Bldg. 2412
130 Popson Ave.
Phone: (661) 275-3776
Hours: Mon-Fri 6:00am – 1:00pm
Closed Saturday-Sunday

Golf Course
Bldg. 5611
Phone: (661) 275-7263
Hours: Mon & Thurs. 0700-1600, Tues, Wed & Fri – 0630-1600, Sat-Sun 0630-1600

Mary’s Place
Bldg. 1600
Phone: (661) 258-5215
Hours: Mon-Fri 6:00am – 6:00pm

NASA Flightline Eatery
Bldg. 4825 (Adjacent to the NASA Visitor’s Center)
Phone: (661) 258-1078
Hours: Mon-Fri 6:00am – 2:00pm, Sat-Sun Closed.
Anthony’s Pizza
Robin Hood
American Eatery

Panda Express
Bldg. 2500, W. Popson Ave.
Phone: 258-0755
Hours Mon-Fri 10:00am – 8:00pm
Sat 11:30am – 3:00pm

Pizza Hut Express
Bldg. 7211
Phone: 258-4907
Hours: Sun-Thurs 1000-2100, Fri-Sat 1000-2100

Bldg. 6001 (BX)
240 FitzGerald Blvd.
Phone: 258-1078, ex. 257
Hours: Mon-Sat 10:00am to 8:00pm, Sun 10:00am – 7:00pm

Robin Hood
Sandwich Shoppe and Deli
Bldg. 6001 (BX)
240 W. FitzGerald Blvd.
Phone: 258-4034
Hours: Mon-Sun 9:00am – 7:00pm

Sandbagger Grill
Located at the Muroc Lake Golf Course
111 Crest Drive
Phone: (661) 275-SAND
Hours: Sun-Sat 6:00am – 4:00pm

Bldg. 7210
Kincheloe Ave.
Phone: 258-9856

Taco Bell
Bldg. 6001
240 W. FitzGerald Blvd.
Phone: (661) 258-1078, ext. 257
Hours: Sun 10:00am to 7:00pm, Mon-Sat 10:00am to 8:00pm

Available Facilities On Base

Barber Shop
Bldg. 6001
Inside the BX
Phone: 277-2946
Hours: Mon-Fri 0900-1800, Sat. 0900-1600
Closed Sunday

Beauty Shop
Bldg. 6001
Inside the BX
Phone: 275-5371
Hours, Mon-Fri 0900-1800, Sat 0900-1600
Closed Sunday

Bldg,. 2665
Phone 275-2665
Hours: Mon-Thurs 0930-1900 Fri 1000-1800, Sat-Sun 1030-1800

Outdoor Recreation
Building 7211
Phone: 275-2267
Hours: Mon 0730-1700, Tue-Fri 0830-1730, Sat 0830-1330, Sun 0900-1330
Bicycles can be rented at $10.00 per day, helmets $5.00 per day.

NOTE: Off-Road Bicycle Riding:
Please be aware that off-road bicycle riding is forbidden on EAFB unless you have had the required training. Security police can and do issue citations to riders riding off-road unless they are on a designated off-road trail and carry a card indicating they have had the training. To get your card, contact Anne Odenthal x7478 cell (661) 902-8470 to schedule your training.

Muroc Lake Golf Course
Bldg. 5611
Phone: 275-7888
Hours: Mon-Sun 0700-1700

Go to the Health Unit between 7:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
(Bldg 4822, right behind GH Bldg 4830A)
Fill out a Par Q form to gain permission to use the gym.
The gym is attached to Bldg 4822.
Gym hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Off Base Facilities

(Hours are subject to change)

Grocery Store
Albertsons is located on Rosamond Blvd., just past the freeway, in the city of Rosamond

RiteAir is located right next door to Albertsons

Rosamond Cleaners
2650 Diamond Street
Rosamond, CA 93560
(located on the East side of the 14 Fwy)
(661) 256-3787

FedEx Kinko’s
1113 W. Avenue P
Palmdale, CA 93551
(661) 947-3927
Mon-Fri 7:00am – 11:00pm Sat-Sun 9:00am – 9:00pm

Trader Joe’s
39507 10th St. West
Palmdale, CA 93550
(661) 947-2890
(Down 10th Street, south of the A.V. Mall)

Whole Wheatery
44264 10th St. West
Lancaster, CA 93534
(661) 945-0773
(10th St. West between Avenue J and J-4)

Staples Office Supplies
44620 Valley Central Way
Lancaster, CA 93536
(661) 723-1277
Mon-Fri 8:00am – 9:00pm Sat 9:00am – 7:00pm Sun 10:00am – 6:00pm

Antelope Valley Mall
On the corner of 10th St. West and Avenue P, Palmdale

Antelope Valley Hospital
1600 West Avenue J
Lancaster, CA 93534
(661) 949-5000
(Hospital is located on the corner of 15th West and Avenue J)

Lancaster Community Hospital
43830 N. 10th Street West
Lancaster, CA 93534
(661) 948-4781
(Hospital is located between J-8 and Avenue K)

Kaiser Permanente Medical Group
43112 15th Street West
Lancaster, CA 93534
Appointments: (661) 726-2500
(Subject to Insurance Coverage)

Kaiser Permanente Palmdale Medical Group
4502 E. Avenue S
Palmdale, CA
Appointments:(661) 533-7500
(Subject to Insurance Coverage)


Theater at EAFB:
Bldg, 7211
Phone: 275-8336
Hours: Call referenced number

Lancaster Movies 22
On Valley Central Way between Lancaster Blvd. and Avenue I
2600 W. Avenue I
Lancaster, CA
Phone: 940-7086

Antelope Valley Mall
On the corner of 10th Street West and Ave. P, Palmdale

Cinemark AV Mall
Located at 1475 West Avenue P, Palmdale, CA
(661) 274-4300

High Desert Lanes Bowling Center
Bldg. 5214
Phone: 275-2695
Hours: Mon-Thurs 1030-2000
Fri 1030-2400
Sat 1400-2400, Sun 1400-2000


Accident/Injury/Medical Emergency:
1. If there has been an accident or medical emergency, Dial 911/retrieve nearest AED (Automated External Defibrillator). Cell phone: 661 276-3256 and report the incident, giving:
a.Your Name
b.Location (building and room number).
c.Description of the incident.
d.Stay on line with emergency dispatcher until released.

2. If victim is unconscious, do ABC’s and act accordingly/retrieve nearest AED.
a. Check victim’s airway (open airway).
b. Check victims breathing (rescue breathing, alternating abdominal thrusts/back blows, if needed).
c. Check victims pulse (CPR if needed).

3. If victim is conscious, perform required first-aid.
4. DO NOT move the victim unless absolutely necessary.
5. Designate someone to meet the emergency personnel vehicles.
6. Clear the area of nonessential personnel.
7. Meet with emergency response personnel to provide additional information.
CAUTION: Always take precautions to avoid contact with body fluids.
REPORT any suspected exposure to medical personnel immediately.

1. If there has been a chemical spill, and the spill is beyond the organization’s ability to contain and cleanup (based on their HAZCOM site specific training), or if the spilled material endangers unprotected personnel:

DIAL 911 (Cell Phone: (661) 276-3256 and give the following:
a. YOUR Name.
b. LOCATION (building and room number).
c. DESCRIPTION of the spill and spilled material (MSDS).

2. If applicable, EVACUATE the area (up wind).
3. If applicable, decontaminate personnel (emergency shower/eyewash).
4. Meet with emergency response personnel to provide additional information and MSDS.

Chemical Spill – Non-Emergency
If the spill is within the organization’s ability to contain and cleanup (based on their HAZCOM site specific training) do so, then contact the Safety Office Ext. 2307 for proper handling.

1. During an earthquake, protect yourself until the quake is over. If items are falling from shelves or there is building damage, evacuate the building utilizing the Building EVACUATION PLAN
Note: Injured personnel will be triaged and receive medical treatment at the Zone Conex. Do not go to Medical as they also will be evacuating their facility. When the Medical facility is reopened, the Zone Coordinators will ensure the serious injured are transported to the Medical facility.
2. Do not call 911. Pass all of this information to the Fire Warden and/or the Zone Coordinator. Unnecessary calls may prevent help from reaching those who need it.
3. Follow the instructions given by the Fire Warden, Zone Coordinator, Safety, Security, and AFRC Management. 4. After you have reported to the Zone Coordinator please stand –by for information concerning return to work, closing Armstrong, road conditions, etc.
5. You may be asked to assist Emergency Response personnel or you may be asked to Shelter-In-Place, Vehicle.

1. When notified to evacuate (fire alarm, overhead announcement, or verbally) take:
a. Car keys (very important, as you may not be able to re-enter the building).
b. Coat if cold weather
c. Personal and emergency items such as medicine, purse, flashlight, first aid kit, etc.
2. Exit the building by the posted, safest evacuation route, as directed by a Fire Warden or other safety personnel. Do not use elevators in an evacuation and do not run.
3. Assist persons in need of help to evacuate – within safety considerations.
4. Note conditions of the building and where persons may be in need of assistance and report findings to Fire Warden, Safety, or Emergency Response personnel.
5. Proceed to your assigned, or if away from your building, the nearest Building Assembly Point. Report information regarding building condition or persons needing assistance to the Fire Warden, Safety, Security, Air Force, or other response personnel.
6. If the emergency/disaster warrants, persons shall be directed to their Zone Assembly Point.
7. Assist injured persons within your training and capability with First Aid. Help in moving persons in need of medical assistance to the Health Unit.
8. Do not reenter the building until the “all clear” is sounded.
a. In the event of an area wide evacuation, remain at AFRC until it is safe to travel. You will be informed of off-site conditions as soon as information is available.
b. If you depart AFRC without checking in with your supervisor, Fire Warden, or Zone Coordinator you may be reported as missing and cause an unnecessary search.

1. Activate the nearest manual fire alarm.
2. If possible, without endangering yourself:
Dial 911 (cell phone: 661- 276-3256) and give:
a. YOUR name
b. LOCATION (building and room number).
c. DESCRIPTION of the incident.
3. If you are properly trained and the fire is small enough, use an appropriate fire extinguisher to control or extinguish the fire.
4. When fire alarm sounds, evacuate to your assigned assembly point.
a. DO NOT use elevators.
b. Feel doors carefully for heat prior to opening them.
c. Close office doors on the way out.
d. See EVACUATION Checklist.
5. DO NOT reenter the building until the all clear is announced.
6. Go to your Bldg. Assembly Point and report any significant information to the Fire Warden.
7. Personnel shall remain at the assembly point until further directed.

Shelter-In-Place is ordered when for various reasons AFRC personnel need to be inside buildings or vehicles and not out in the open. Orders for Shelter-In-Place will be given by Safety or Security via the overhead paging system. VoIP, or verbally. Specific Shelter-In-Place orders and actions are as follows:

1. Shelter-In-Place: All personnel outside need to quickly enter and remain inside the nearest habitable building.
Additional Shelter-In-Place conditions:
There may be a necessity to add special additional protective measures when sheltering is ordered. The following are current or anticipated conditions and shall be followed when so ordered:

2. Shelter-In-Place, Code Yankee: Code Yankee shuts down all building ventilation systems and closes air dampers; this condition exists when there may be a toxic spill or very heavy dust storm. The following buildings are automatically controlled; all other buildings must be shut down manually by the Facility Manager or designee:
4840, 4838, 4820, 4823, 4825, 4800, and 4801

3. Shelter-In-Place, take Deep Shelter: This means that personnel not only take shelter by they also vacate all rooms within the building that have windows. This may be ordered for Safety or Security reasons.