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Resource | Jan. 28, 2021

Leisure Travel

Coast Guard Lodging
Stay at a Florida lighthouse cottage, or RV in Californa wine country. Members, civilians and eligible family members can rent cabins and campsites at Coast Guard locations across the country. This site lists all your options, state by state.

DoD Lodging
Explore Japan, Bahrain, Greece and other international destinations through the Department of Defense Lodging program. Their comfortable rooms are clean, spacious, and offer many amenities to make you and your family feel at home. Both members, civilians and eligible family members can take advantage of this benefit.

American Forces Travel
American Forces Travel is the DoD’s official online vacation travel site.  Book discounts on hotels, flights, cars, packages, cruises and more. You can use the service if you are a Coast Guard civilian, current active duty, a member of a Reserve component, active duty Auxiliary, active duty or retired U.S. Public Health Service, retired military (including the Reserves), Medal of Honor recipients, or an eligible family member.

Armed Forces Resorts
Armed Forces Recreation Centers (AFRCs) allow the military community the opportunity to experience some of the most wonderful places on earth, without paying a fortune. Rates are based on rank and room category. Eligibility: Includes Coast Guard active duty members, retirees, civilians, spouses and survivors.