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Air Force Reserve Command FOIA Requester Service Centers

Air Force Reserve Command, Robins AFB, Ga Air Reserve Personnel Center, Buckley AFB, Colo. 94th Airlift Wing, Dobbins ARB, Ga.
301st Fighter Wing, NAS JRB Fort Worth, Texas 307th Bomb Wing, Barksdale AFB, La. 315th AW, Joint Base Charleston, S.C.
349th Air Mobility Wing, Travis AFB, Calif. 434th Air Refueling Wing, Grissom ARB, Ind. 439th AW, Westover ARB, Mass.
440th AW, Pope Field, N.C. 452nd AMW, March ARB, Calif. 445th AW, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio
446th AW, JB Lewis-McChord, Wash. 482nd FW, Homestead ARB, Fla. 507th ARW, Tinker AFB, Okla.
512th AW, Dover AFB, Del. 514th AMW, JB McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J. 910th AW, Youngstown ARB, Ohio
911th AW, Pittsburgh ARS, Pa. 914th AW, Niagara Falls ARS, N.Y. 919th SOW, Duke Field, Fla.
934th AW, Minneapolis ARS, Minn.

FOIA Introduction

The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) generally provides that any person has a right, enforceable in court, to obtain access to federal agency records, except to the extent that such records (or portions of them) are protected from public disclosure by one of nine exemptions, or by one of three special law enforcement record exclusions.

The principles of government openness and accountability underlying the FOIA are inherent in the democratic ideal: "The basic purpose of the FOIA is to ensure an informed citizenry, vital to the functioning of a democratic society, needed to check against corruption and to hold the governors accountable to the governed."

Click here for the full text of the Freedom of Information Act. 

How to make a FOIA request

For fastest response times, the Air Force has decentralized its FOIA program. If you want to submit a FOIA request online CLICK HERE

Mandatory Declassification Review

Mandatory Declassification Review: If you are only seeking a copy of a record or records that are currently classified, and would like the record reviewed for appropriate declassification and release, you should file a Mandatory Declassification Review request. Mandatory Declassification Review is a provision of Presidential Executive Order 13526 that allows members of the public to request a mandatory declassification review of a classified document in order to obtain a releasable version of the document.


The desired document requested must be specified in sufficient detail that it can be readily located. The record in question may not be the subject of litigation. The mandatory declassification review process can be a very timely and in-depth, due to the classification of materials being reviewed by internal and outside agencies.  MDR decisions can be administratively appealed to the Headquarters Air Force/AAII (Mandatory Declassification


Review) or Interagency Security Classification Appeals Panel (ISCAP).


Requests for review and release of classified records under the MDR process can be made to:


 Headquarters Air Force/AAII (Mandatory Declassification Review)


1000 Air Force Pentagon


Washington, DC 20330-1000




Telephone: (703) 695-2226




Chief, Knowledge Management

Base Records Manager

Freedom of Information Act Manager

DSN  447-5945

COMM 951-655-5945


If you want to submit a FOIA request online CLICK HERE
If you do not know or are unsure of the location of the information you are seeking, we encourage you to submit your request to:

HQ Air Force Reserve Command

155 Richard Ray Blvd Bldg 210
Robins AFB Georgia 31098 or Warner Robins Georgia 31098

Refer to the FOIA handbook for more information on submitting FOIA requests.


If dissatisfied with the service received from the FOIA Requester Service Center, you may contact the  Air Force FOIA Public Liaison Office, Ms Anh Trinh, at or (703) 614-8500.   


The FOIA allows fee charges based on the requester's category. There are three categories: commercial (pay search, review, and reproduction fees); educational, non-commercial scientific institution, and news media (pay reproduction fees; first 100 pages provided at no cost); and others (pay search and reproduction fees; first two hours search and 100 pages provided at no cost). For information on FOIA fees read PART 286--DoD FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT PROGRAM REGULATION 

452 AMW FOIA Handbook