Wright-Patterson AFB, OH Housing and Relocation Information

    Housing Information
    Basic Allowance For Housing (BAH) gives active service members two options for housing; living on base or finding a home off-base within the community.

    • Once you have received orders to move, contact the Housing Management Office (937) 257-6547. They can answer all of your housing questions and provide services such as referrals, resolving tenant-landlord disputes, and guidance for entering lease agreements.

    On Base Housing

    • For single airmen with less than 3 years of service within the rank of E1-E4, contact the Unaccompanied Housing Office (937) 257-0377.

    • On-base housing for Wright-Patterson AFB is privatized and provided by Miller-Valentine Residential (937) 253-6009. They have 2-4 bedroom homes in two distinct neighborhoods. Home amenities may include: private patio, AC, walk-in closets and large backyards. Community amenities are: bark parks, tot lots, skate park and more.

    Wright-Patterson AFB, OH Off Base Housing

    3640 Tiffany Dr 3 Bed / 2 Bath / 1,700 Sq.Ft. / $1,500 | Home for Sale 6 miles from Gate 22B

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    Surrounding Areas
    The Dayton metro area has about 535,000 people. Nearby smaller communities include Kettering, Huber Heights, Fairborn, Riverside, Springfield, Beavercreek, Xenia, and Troy, all cities of 25,000 to 60,000 people. Downtown Dayton to Wright-Patterson is a commute of about 12 minutes. The other communities listed above are all within 30 minutes or less.The area is warm and humid in summer and cool and dry in winter.

    About the Base
    Wright-Patterson is home to the 88th Air Base Wing and its primary mission is the support and deployment for the Global War on Terrorism. The Air Force Material Command is headquartered at Wright-Patterson as is the United States Air Force Medical Center and the Air Force Institute of Technology. Wright-Patterson is one of the most historic bases in the Air Force, and was the site of some of the Wright Brothers' early test flights.