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DAF Libraries Program: Home


The Department of the Air Force Libraries provide access to information essential to the Air Force mission, to support professional military and voluntary education programs, as well as facilities, resources, and services to enhance the quality of life for authorized customers.

Visit your base library website for more information. for Military

“Twenty Minutes with” Webinars for Military Families will host monthly webinars during four time slots (7am, 11am, 3pm & 9pm Eastern). Webinars are open to all and will cover overview of the program, how it works, creating an account, subjects offered and Q&A opportunity. All webinars are recorded, and a copy of the recording is sent to all those who registered (even if they were unable to attend).More information can be found on Facebook event page at

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Never a waiting list on hoopla! All items including e-books, audiobooks, music and videos are ALWAYS available immediately for checkout!

Department of the Air Force Libraries Program Information

Per AFI 34-101 16.1. Program Overview. AF libraries are a MWR program providing information resources, technical services, and meeting space to military installations. AF libraries provide the military community with social support that fosters military institutional values, culture and heritage. AF libraries also contribute to teambuilding, unit cohesion, trust, resiliency and readiness of Airmen. AF libraries also support military personnel assigned to contingency operations and remote sites. Finally, AF libraries provide services and support to Airmen pursuing professional military and voluntary education as well as to military families who choose to homeschool their children. All Regular AF installations must have a library capability supporting one of the approved AF models.

16.7 Customer Eligibility. Eligible patrons register at their installation library in order to access the network, receive services, and use databases. Eligible temporary duty personnel and personnel on leave may register and use AF libraries at their temporary duty or travel locations. Non-DoD personnel enrolled in an AF or DoD sponsored education program may use library services when agreed to and approved by a memorandum of understanding between the installation and educational institution and when showing proof of current enrollment.

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The appearance of hyperlinks does not constitute endorsement by AF Libraries, the United States Air Force, or the Department of Defense of any eResources, or the information, products or services contained therein.  For other than authorized activities such as military exchanges and Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) sites, the United States Air Force does not exercise any editorial control over the information you may find at these locations.  Such links provided are consistent with the stated purpose of the webpage.