Massachusetts Military Housing
Massachusetts (formally called a commonwealth) is known for being the landing place of the Mayflower along with the Pilgrims. English explorer and colonist John Smith named the state for the Massachuset tribe.
The base is commanded by the U.S. Air Force (UASAF) as it uses 16 C-5A aircraft. The USAF reservists and perform care operations, provide storage of large aircraft and civilian employees which are assigned here carry on national defense.
The ones that relocate here will locate home units that are limited. There are really no government quarters on base, but there's lodging in the Air Force Inns off base, that provides convenient accommodations at reasonable rates. There are also pet friendly rooms. Suggestion: Upon entrance, make sure you make bookings ahead of time to guarantee a room is accessible, accompanied or not. As there's a waiting list, it is advised to phone ahead of time to reserve as an occupant.
Additionally no Child Development Center and Youth Center are located on base. Hint: For info about either the child or youth programs, make sure you get hold of the Airman & Family Readiness Center (A&FRC).
Partners who follow the service member to Westover ARB and/or military dependents may have limited job opportunities on base. Hint: To locate employment, got to USAJOBS.gov as it's the place supplying empty places, in case there are any.
For family entertainment, nearby are the Chicopee Falls Dam that presents spectacular views, an exclusive RV campsite open to any or all eligible military and DoD ID cardholders, as well as FamCamp. Otherwise, there's the Springfield Science Museum.