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Air Force Nonappropriated Fund (AFNAF) Services Career Program

The NAF Career Program centrally manages select NAF positions in addition to managing the NAF Management Trainee (MT) Program and the NAF Civilian Development Plan – to include the NAF Career Broadeners, NAF Leadership Developmental Opportunities, and Tuition Assistance Program (organizationally located with the AF Force Support Career Field Management Program.)"
The NAF Policy Council is comprised of civilian and military members. They are military functionalists/civilian personnel advisors and provide management policy and direction (reference: AFMAN 36-606, Civilian Career Field Management and Development). When necessary, the NAF Policy Council convenes panels to assist in developing various aspects of the NAF Career Program; e.g., training and development, placements, recruiting and retention, etc. The Force Support Career Field Management team, using policies developed by the NAF Policy Council and appropriate legal and regulatory guidance, conducts the day-to-day administration of the program. This team provides Career Program advice to employees and applicants as well as information about program operations to the functional and human resources communities."

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Positions Covered

  •  The NAF Career Program centrally manages the following NF-IV and above level positions. All Career Program employees are in a RFT employment category guaranteed no less than 35 hours per week
  • Club Managers
  • Assistant Club Managers
  • Name Brand Restaurant Managers
  • Golf Course Managers
  • Assistant Golf Course Managers
  • Golf Course Superintendents
  • Bowling Center Managers
  • Assistant Bowling Center Managers
  • Librarians
  • Outdoor Recreation Director/Specialist
  • Marketing Director
  • Lodging Managers
  • Assistant Lodging Managers
  • Air Force Services Center (AFSVC) Functional Specialists in Bowling, Golf, Lodging, Business Operations, Food and Beverage Specialist, and Human Resources (HR) Specialists
  • Management Trainees in Golf, Club, NAF Human Resources, Resource Management, and Lodging
  • Services Career “Broadeners”

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How to apply for Career Program Positions

Applicants may apply for Career Program vacancies at Career program vacancies are open to all US citizens.

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NAF Management Trainee Program

The purpose of the NAF Management Trainee Program is to attract high potential men and women to civilian careers as Federal NAF employees with the United States Air Force (USAF). These management development programs will groom individuals to handle change, a multitude of challenging situations, and to forge ahead to become the future civilian leadership for the Services Career field.

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NAF Benefits


Employees with regular appointments are eligible for the following benefits and compensation: Health and life insurance, awards, retirement plan, 401(k), annual leave, sick leave, military leave, administrative leave, maternity leave, paternity leave, and court leave, overtime pay, holiday pay, Sunday premium pay, shift differential, workers' compensation, and unemployment compensation.
Employees with flexible appointments are eligible for the following benefits and compensation: Overtime pay, shift differential, awards, workers' compensation, health insurance in some cases and unemployment compensation.
Other Benefits: Generally, all Services programs (except dining facilities) may be used by individuals who contribute to the Air Force mission. Listed are some of the programs that may be available to you as an employee.

Activities and Programs

  • Bowling Center Information,
  • Ticket and Tour Office Off
  • Base Recreation Area
  • Golf Course
  • Auto Skills Center
  • Skills Craft Center
  • Fitness Center
  • Wood Skills Center
  • Youth Center
  • Equipment Rental
  • Base Restaurant
  • Child Development Center


My Money

The My Money function allows NAF employees to view payroll data, e.g., Leave and Earnings Statements and Forms W-2, and make changes to address, tax withholding, and net pay distributions. Access the My Money function in the Air Force Services Financial Management System (AFSFMS) via the web at  Contact your Installation NAF-HR for access and/or assistance.



Designed for employees, My Biz brings information from your official personnel records to your workstation, secure, real-time and on-line. Use My Biz to access and view information about your appointment, position, personal data, salary, benefits, awards and bonuses, and performance. You can also use My Biz to update your telephone number, address, and e-mail address, disability codes, race and national origin (ethnicity and race identification), and foreign language proficiency. My Biz can only be accessed from a computer under the ".mil" domain name.

To access My Biz, use the following link: (from your .mil station only). First time CAC users need to register before logging in. Select the "Register" button and enter your Social Security Number (SSN). Non-CAC users will need to request a username and password by calling (210) 565-5004. For more information, contact your local NAF-HR.


For Employees and Retirees

The DoD implemented the Health Benefits Program (HBP) on January 1, 2000. It provides comprehensive benefits which include hospitalization, prescription drugs, medical, surgical, preventive, mental health, substance abuse, vision, and dental care.

The Program, through Aetna, provides access to in-network doctors, hospitals, health care facilities, and pharmacies, globally, along with claims administration services for the Program. Aetna, as the Third Party Administrator, processes and pays medical and dental claims. Premiums from participants collected through payroll deductions. On a bi-weekly basis. More information about the benefit can be found at



Non-military employees of DoD NAF instrumentalities and their dependents are eligible to voluntarily participate in the DoD HBP. Employees must be paid on the United States dollar payroll and hold a regular appointment. Dependents include an employee’s spouse and children up to the age of 26. Marriage and/or birth certificates established the benefit relationship. Employees’ claiming Common Law Marriage must complete the benefit application at the Human Resource Office.

Should there be any conflict between the eligibility criteria described in this website and those in the Summary Plan Description (SPD), the terms of the SPD will be used to determine eligibility and benefits.

If you have any questions regarding the DoD NAF HBP, please feel free to contact the Group Insurance Branch at our toll free #: 1-800-379-2867.

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Flexible Benefit Plan

Flexible Benefit Plan (FBP) participants pay their bi-weekly DoD NAF HBP contributions on a pre/post tax basis. FBP is a voluntary enrollment benefit. Employees must be aware that enrollment in the benefit is a tax election option. Participants must remain in the FBP and may not cancel or change their health coverage for an entire calendar year except under limited circumstances*. There is a FBP Open Enrollment Period every year in conjunction with the Health Benefit Open Enrollment Period. It’s during this time that employees are allowed to make changes to their FBP elections.

*If, during the Plan Year, the participant undergoes a "change in family status" as defined by the regulations of the Internal Revenue Service, the employee may revoke or change his/her election to participate, provided that such revocation or change is consistent with the change in family status. A revocation or change of an election is consistent with a family status change only if the revocation or change is necessary or appropriate as a result of the family status change.

For more information about this DOD NAF Health Benefits Program, please contact your local NAF-Human Resources.

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