FAA Testing at Military Bases
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Hi,
I've found several references online to a program that provides free FAA written testing at military bases for Active-duty, guard, and reserve component personnel, U.S. Military retirees; U.S. Military dependents; Department of Defense (DOD) civilians; and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) civilians. It's called JSAMTCC, and is described in these 2 documents: https://fsims.faa.gov/wdocs/orders/8080_6.htm and https://www.faa.gov/training_testing/testing/media/questions_answers.pdf.  My problem is that I can't find the list of sites or contact info for those military bases anywhere.  The links in the 2 documents above that tell you where to go for more info appear to be dead ends.  
Can you help?
Thanks,
Josh
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AOPA Staff Answer
Hi Josh,

I agree with Ron, contacting the FAA for current information is a real good idea. I had never heard of this program and did some research on it. Had a real hard time finding any information other than what you found, but eventually persistence paid off. Here's a list from 2 years ago, numbers may still be good:








I was also able to find a MOA between the FAA and this program that may help as well:




I hope this information helps and you're able to take advantage of this program.
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Your best bet would be to contact AFS-600 in OKC.