Through this webpage, members of the DoD community moving to the Okinawa Island will have the ability to view floor plans of housing units they may be offered. Specifically, by selecting from the drop down menus, members will be provided a list of the type of housing units they are entitled per AFI 32-6001 (the executive agents guiding document for housing entitlements). This does not mean that each housing unit will be available when a member arrives at Okinawa nor does it mean that each member will be offered one of the available types of housing units. This site is a tool to show you all of the potential locations you could be offered, as well as the associated information for each.
NOTE: According to AFI 32-6001 the bedroom authorizations for an O-6 is 4 Bedrooms.


To begin, please select your Grade/Rank from the drop down menu.


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