Web page with a bunch of links
run by a Reservist named Doug Oard. There is a
bunch of good info here, but by his own admission it is
less detailed and up-to-date than it once was. For an
interesting look at how the web has evolved, check out
Space-A page from ten years ago.
Website dedicated to helping
military families relocate. There is a bunch of
good info here but it is not specifically Space Available
Travel related (although these are the destinations for
most people traveling on military aircraft).
This website run by Ed Prifogle has a LOT of
good information. While we like the fact that the
information is all "de-jargonized" we also find that its
formatting is very difficult to work through. A few hours
work by a professional website developer could make this
an important addition to the Space-A web community.
Unfortunately the Unofficial Site by Col. Roy Buckman
(one of the "Three Amigos" of the Unofficial Military Hop
Community) has run into trouble since his recent death
and for now we are not recommending it as a source of
information. We hope that the problems can be solved and
will keep the following text as a reminder of what the
site was under his leadership:
"There is a bunch of good info
here, particularly on the individual terminals (email,
phone numbers, sign-up requirements) as well as any
special rules that each terminal may have. Also
has a way to sign up for multiple terminals at once. Very
We have found that Military
Living's various travel guides are the most complete and
up-to-date that you will find anywhere--
especially their "Space-A Air Opportunities Around the
World." While their guides are not on the web, you can
order them at their website or by calling them at (703)-237-0203. Their publications
can also be found in most military Exchanges.
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