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Unite Program

The Unite program at Vandenberg SFB provides Commanders with funding to initiate programs that will benefit all Airmen and Guardians in their unit, including assigned Active Duty, Reservists, and GS/NAF Civilians. Funds from Unite help build unit cohesion through fun squadrons events, develop new skills and improve comradery and morale.

Why Unite?

We are the 30 FSS Unite program. Our goals are to support SQ leaders, maximize the use of FSS facilities, measure impact, and provide maximum flexibility to SQ commanders. You may use this program for any of the following reasons:

  • Develop a new skill or competency
  • Improve physical fitness
  • Increase esprit de corps, comradery, or moral
  • Promote interaction between unit members
  • Provide an opportunity for fun or relaxation
  • Reinforce peer, squadron, or AF corps values
  • Work on team-building exercise
Learn More About the Unite Program Here


Applies to all Active Duty, Reservists, GS/NAF employees. Family members and guests are welcome to participate, but Unite funding is not provided.


FY21 Allocation per person

NAF Dollars
pay or offset Food Allowance — one meal and one non-alcoholic beverage. (Meals must be in a recreational and unit cohesion Unite event)

APF Dollars
pay or offset Participation costs — activities, outdoor excursions, supplies, equipment rentals, etc.

UNITE funds CAN'T be used to augment holiday parties, no unit-cohesion events, squadron trainings and meetings, equipment purchases, or prizes.

The "C3s"

Community Cohesion Coordinator

Edwina Williams is the C3 in the 30th Force Support Squadron to serve as the focal point for planning, development, and execution of the Unite Program.

She can confirm unit funding allocation, make payments on your behalf, and assist Squadron Unite POCs to develop program events.

Types of Events

Unite events are classified into three different categories:

Ready to Execute (RTE):
FSS related events should be considered first as they are pre-approved, easy to implement and keep funds on the installation.

Unit Developed Program (UDP):
Squadron leaders are given the discretion to create UDPs that capitalize on opportunities available in the local area. UDPs require prior approval through the Air Force Services Activity (AFSVA) and may take up to 30 days if the event takes place off-base.

Charitable work provides a cost-effective team-building activity that allows co-workers to see each other in a new light and can make a significant impact in your community. Free events do not need approval, but we still need to capture the information.

Event Ideas:
Bowling, Paintball, Squadron Fun Day, Morale and Team-Building Events, Outdoor Recreation programs, Rod & Gun Club, PCCCC, Pool Parties and Archery

Hosting Your First Event

Download the pdf Basic Rules of Engagement (292 KB)

  1. Complete the pdf POC Appointment Letter (186 KB)
  2. Submit an pdf Event Proposal (1.90 MB)
  3. Have Fun at the Event!
  4. Submit After Action Report

If you're planning to request equipment through Outdoor Recreation, save yourself time and fill out an pdf APF Request Form (117 KB) before you arrive.


Unite Program

1031 California Blvd
Bldg 11777, Ste C-208
Vandenberg SFB, CA 93437
(805) 606-8040

Opening Hours

  • Monday – Friday
    0800 – 1600
  • Saturday
  • Sunday

Contact Edwina Williams:

30th Force Support Squadron

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