354th Fighter Wing Legal Office

Our mission is to fully engage all legal capabilities to prepare a combat ready force to project lawful and lethal airpower to Combatant Commanders in defense of National Military objectives.

Location and Hours

Office Location:
Third Floor, Amber Hall, Building 3112

Mailing address:
354 FW/JA
354 Broadway St, Unit 2B
Eielson AFB, AK 99702
Phone number for appointments and general information:
Commercial 907-377-4114                DSN 317-377-4114

Normal Walk-in Hours of Operation:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 0900-1600

Thursday 1000-1600 

*Closed on federal holidays and family days.

For inclement weather closure, please refer to the Eielson AFB installation status.



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Eligible members
Legal service is available to active duty, retirees and their families; members of the Guard (Title 10 status only); and Reserve members on active duty orders.

Legal Assistance
For general questions, please review the resources located on the right-hand side of this page. For specific questions, you can fill out an Appointment Request below or contact us at (907) 377-4114 or DSN 377-4114. The Air Force also maintains a legal assistance website which may be of assistance to you at https://aflegalassistance.law.af.mil or by scanning the QR code below. Legal assistance attorneys cannot represent you in court. Legal assistance is prohibited in the following areas:

  • Issues involving personal commercial enterprises
  • Criminal issues under the Uniform Code of Military Justice or state/federal criminal law (contact the Area Defense Counsel at (907) 377-2257 or DSN 377-2257 for assistance).
  • Standards of Conduct issues
  • Law of Armed Conflict issues
  • Official matters in which the U.S. Air Force has an interest or is involved in the final outcome
  • Representation of the client in a court or administrative proceeding

Wills are prepared by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, please complete a will worksheet by scanning the QR code below. Once the worksheet is completed, call us at (907) 377-4114 or DSN 377-4114, or fill out an appointment request below.

Powers of Attorney
Powers of Attorney are available during office hours.

To create Wills & Testaments, Powers of Attorney, and access Legal Assistance Information, simply scan or click the QR code.


Request an appointment with an Attorney


Civil Law Division - Claims

Legal and claims assistance can be obtained at the Eielson Legal Office located on the third floor of Amber Hall. For assistance, call (907) 377-4114 or DSN 377-4114, or email 354fw.ja.354fwjudgeadvocate@us.af.mil.

Personal Injury or Property Claims (Non-TMO related)

Claims against the US Air Force, pursuant to the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) or Military Claims Act (MCA), must be filed using the SF 95 (see "Claims" Panel on the right side of this page), and must include all relevant documentation including, but not limited to: proof of ownership, police report (if applicable), and proof of repair/replacement estimate.  Claims may be submitted via email to 354fw.ja.354fwjudgeadvocate@us.af.mil, or via mail to:

354 FW/JA - Attn: Claims

354 Broadway, Unit 2B

Eielson AFB, AK 99702


TMO/PCS Related Property Claims
The DD Form 1840/1840R must be submitted to the carrier within 70 days after delivery of a household goods shipment. This process can now be done online at https://claims.jag.af.mil or through the DPS move https://dps.move.mil/cust/standard/user/home.xhtml. The online process only applies to Air Force sponsored moves. Members having trouble filing online may contact the claims office Mon-Fri, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Questions regarding the process may be addressed to the Air Force Claims Service Center at 1-877-754-1212.

Other claims assistance may be obtained by calling our office at (907) 377-4114.

Military Justice Division

The Military Justice Division provides guidance to commanders on nonjudicial punishment proceedings, courts-martial, and other adverse actions. Contact (907) 377-4408 or DSN 377-4408 for assistance.

Courts-Martial Information

The Judge Advocate General's Corps seal

For recent Courts-Martial dates and results, visit 
The Judge Advocate General's Corps, Air Force Docket/ Result of Trial

(For results specific for Eielson AFB, select the “Docket” tab for court dates or “Trial Results” tab
for the trial outcome then filter cases for “Bases”, “Eielson AFB”, then select the case.)



United States Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals seal



For rulings on appeals by the USAF Court of Appeals, see the United States Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals




United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces seal


For rulings on Courts Martial appeals of the combined Armed Forces,
see the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces





Eielson Sexual Assualt and Prevention & Response Office

  • The Department of Defense does not tolerate sexual assault and has implemented a comprehensive policy that reinforces a culture of prevention, response and accountability that ensures the safety, dignity and well-being of all members of the U.S. Armed Forces.

    The Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC) can be reached at (907) 377-7208.   

    Additional information may be obtained by contacting the following hotlines:   

  • The National Domestic Violence Hotline is 1-800-799-SAFE.
  • The National Sexual Assault Hotline is 1-800-656-HOPE.


Victim Witness Assistance Program

The Eielson AFB Victim Witness Assistance Program is available to victims or witnesses of a crime who suffer physical, financial or emotional trauma.The Eielson AFB Victim Witness Assistance Program (VWAP) coordinator can be reached at (907) 377-4114.



The Office of the Area Defense Counsel (ADC) is comprised of select attorneys and paralegals whose sole focus is to advise and advocate for individual Airmen through military justice and administrative processes. The ADC's office at Eielson AFB can be contacted by calling (907) 377-2257.

*The ADC office is not part of the 354 FW Legal Office and is completely independent from the 354 Fighter Wing or its Chain of Command.