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Welcome to Selfridge ANGB

Click Here to Visit the State WebsiteInstallation Info: Zip Code: 48045, Area Code: 586, DSN: 273

Named after Lt. Thomas Etholen Selfridge, the Selfridge Air National Guard Base resides in southern Michigan, one mile east of Mt. Clemens and 20 miles east of Sterling Heights. Lt. Selfridge was the first military officer to pilot an engine-driven aircraft. He was killed when his airplane crashed while flying with Orville Wright at Fort Meyer, Virginia.

Local school boards run all schools in the area. Health care is provided at the Outpatient Army clinic, which does not accept Tricare. Other care is available at the St. Joseph Mercy Hospital West and Mount Clemens General Hospital, both of which are in Mount Clemens.

The base has a large number of aircraft in its Military Air Museum ranging from the Corsair II light-attack bomber to the C-131D Convair Cargo Transport to the F-4C Phantom fighter and the Sikorsky HH-25A Search & Rescue Helicopter. Recreation options on the base include bowling lanes, gym, recreation center, golf course, auto and craft shops, marina and outdoor pools. Major league baseball, football, basketball and hockey are about 25 miles away in Detroit and neaby Pontiac and Auburn Hills.



 
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