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details to figure out so we are here to help! Take a few minutes to browse through some of
the information we think is valuable for you to know upon arrival in
the Phoenix area.
**The Phoenix area has
a 10-digit phone number so you must use the area code for local calls.
The metro area has 3 area codes: 602, 623, and 480.
**The Base phone prefix is
623-856-XXXX and DSN 896-XXXX
**The mailing address for those
arriving at the base without a permanent address:
Luke AFB, AZ 85309-9999
The general delivery address may be used for no more than 60 days.
Contact the postal center or your sponsor for more information.
**The BX Main Exchange has a front of
line preference policy for military members in uniform from 11a - 2p.
**All vehicles registered
on Base must pass Arizona emissions test even if the vehicle is
registered in another state. Must be registered with an emissions
certificate, proof of insurance, valid drive license, current
registration and ID card.
**Arizona has a mandatory seat belt law.
Family Support Center has free car seats available for children of E-4
**Drivers on Luke AFB may not use cell
phones unless vehicle is parked or a hands free device is being used.
**Base speed limit is 25 mph unless
otherwise posted. The speed limit in Base Housing is 15 mph.
**Weapons are not allowed on Base.
The must be stored at the Armory. Base Housing residents must
register their weapons but may keep them at home.
**It is a felony offense to shoot a
Saguaro Cactus. They are protected by law.
**Military members may keep their home
state driver's license. Dependants and civilian employees must
apply for an Arizona driver's license within 30 days of arrival.
**Phoenix claims to have over 300 days of
sunshine per year. Though usually dry, from July to September the
monsoons bring downpours which can flood area roads.