66th Logistics Readiness Squadron Deployment and Distribution Flight

66th Logistics Readiness Squadron Air Transportation Function

3 Robbins Street, Building 1721

Air Transportation Function CAC-enabled SharePoint.

ATF Hours of Operation: 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday (after hours as required)

Air Transportation Function: 781-225-5592


  1. Ground support for transient military and civilian aircraft
  2. Cargo deployment (cargo inspection, load planning and scheduling)

The Air Transportation Function provides ground support for transient military and civilian charter aircraft as well as provides passenger and cargo movement for the Department of Defense (DoD).

List of required forms to request services (preferred link to request forms/standard docs):

  1. Aircraft Prior Permission Request

Air Force guidance:

  1. ABGI 21-102 Non-Standard Operations
  2. AFI 24-605 V2, Air Transportation Operations
  3. AFI 24-605 V3, Air Transportation Functions and Unilateral Aircrew Training
  4. AFMAN 24-604, Preparing Hazardous Materials For Military Air Shipments
  5. DoD Foreign Clearance Guide (DoD FCG)
  6. Department of Defense Instruction (DoDI) 4515.13, Air Transportation Eligibility
  7. Defense Transportation Regulation (DTR) 4500.9-R, Part I, Passenger Movement
  8. DTR 4500.9-R, Part II, Cargo Movement
  9. DTR 4500.9-R, Part III, Mobility
  10. AFI 13-213, Airfield Driving

Ground Transportation Operations

‘You Drive It’ (UDI) & ’We Drive It’ vehicle reservations CAC-enabled SharePoint.

E-Shuttle Request CAC-enabled SharePoint.

Cargo Delivery Request CAC-enabled SharePoint.

Ground Transportation email: LGRDDO.vehicle.request@us.af.mil

Hours of operations: Tuesday – Thursday, 6 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Monday and Friday, 6 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (after hours as required)

Supervisor: 781-225-5829
Dispatch: 781-225-5830


  1. Provide general purpose/special purpose ‘We Drive It’ (operated by LRS personnel) and ’You Drive It’ (operated by the customer) vehicles and transportation support to installation and geographically separated units.
  2. Operate shuttle services and door-to-door deliveries as requested.

Ground Transportation Operations meets ground transportation requirements for DoD personnel.  The ground transportation section also supports its customers transporting DoD cargo and equipment to units on and away from Hanscom AFB.

List of required forms to request services (preferred link to request forms/standard docs):

  1. Vehicle request on CAC-enabled SharePoint
  2. AF Form 171 request for driver training and addition to U.S. government driver’s license
  3. AF form 686 request for ground transportation support
  4. AF form 172 appointment of vehicle control officers
  5. AF Form 170 appointment of vehicle trainers
  6. Vehicle training packages QTP’s

Guidance that impact operations:

  1. 66 LRS OI24-30, Ground Transportation
  2. ABGI24-301 Operator Records and Licensing
  3. AFMAN24-306, Operation of Air Force Government Motor Vehicles
  4. DoDM4500.36, Management, Acquisition, and Use of Motor Vehicles

Cargo Movement Section

25 Randolph Street, Building 1110

Hours of operations: Monday – Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Cargo Movement Section: 781-225-5838

Cargo Movement Section CAC-enabled SharePoint.

Cargo Movement Section email: 66lrs.lgrddc.cargo@us.af.mil


  1. Shipping/receiving services for all inbound/outbound cargo/for installation units
  2. Supports cargo deployment function (cargo inspection and manifesting)

The Cargo Movement Section receives and distributes DOD cargo and equipment to units on Hanscom AFB, and to geographically separated units.  CMS assists DOD customers shipping general, hazardous materials and classified cargo. 

List of required forms to request services (preferred link to request forms/standard docs):

  1. AF Form 406, Miscellaneous Obligation Reimbursement Document
  2. DD Form 1149, Requisition and Invoice/Shipping Document
  3. DD Form 1348-1A, Issue Release/Receipt Document
  4. Memo for record for Designation of Personnel Authorized to Ship and Receive Classified, Sensitive Assets through 66 LRS CMS

Guidance that impact operations:

  1. ABGI 24-602-V2, Installation Cargo Movement Procedures
  2. AFI 24-602-V2, Cargo Movement
  3. DTR4500-9R Part II Chapters 202, 203, 205, and 209

Passenger Movement Section 

29 Schilling Circle

Hours of operations: Monday – Friday, 6 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Passenger Movement Specialist: 781-225-1456

Passenger Movement Section CAC-enabled SharePoint.

Passenger Movement Section email: 66lrs.lgrdap.commercialtraveloffice@us.af.mil


  1. Provides permanent change of station/TDY booking services
  2. Acts as Contracting Officer’s Representative
  3. Passenger deployment function (passenger processing and manifesting)

The Passenger Movement Section receives and processes travel requests from DOD and associated personnel traveling on permanent change of station, temporary duty and other orders. 

List of required forms to request services (preferred link to request forms/standard docs):

  1. Travel Orders
  2. PCS Port of Call template
  3. TDY passenger spreadsheet
  4. Deployment passenger spreadsheet

Guidance that impact operations:

  1. DoDR4500-32R, Passenger Movement

After hours: Command Post at 781-225-6960