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Hurlburt Field is open to all DoD ID Cardholders.


Hurlburt Field Facility Conditions


All individuals on Hurlburt Field are required to wear face coverings at all times, but in line with updated CDC guidance, individuals who are fully vaccinated (at least two weeks beyond their final dose) are not required to wear a mask. The following exceptions still apply.



  • When an individual is fully vaccinated (at least two weeks beyond their final dose) mask wear is not required.
    • **In accordance with guidance from the CDC, any personnel visiting healthcare facilities, the Child Development Center, the Youth Center, or the School-Age Program at Hurlburt Field will continue to wear masks while in those facilities to reduce transmission of COVID-19 to vulnerable patients. 
  • When an individual is alone in an office with floor-to-ceiling walls with a closed door
  • For brief periods of time when eating and drinking while maintaining distancing in accordance with CDC guidelines and instructions from commanders and supervisors
  • When the mask is required to be lowered briefly for identification or security purposes
  • When underlying health conditions that prohibit the wear of a face covering exist and the individual is in possession of medical documentation from a health care provider outlining such a condition and the restrictions the condition places on wear of a face covering
  • When necessary to reasonably accommodate a religious belief
  • When outdoors and proper physical distancing of 6 feet or greater can be maintained
  • When actively participating in physical fitness activities either indoors or outdoors and either proper physical distancing is maintained or additional measures are implemented to mitigate the threat of transmission
  • When an individual is alone in a vehicle or is sharing the vehicle only with members of their household
  • When use substantively interferes with the proper wear and use of personal protective equipment necessary for the accomplishment of one’s military duties
  • Aircrew executing flight duties or while performing duties that require a different type of mask wear, i.e. aviators mask, respirator, etc
  • When clear or unrestricted visualization of verbal communication are essential to safe and effective operations
  • When a speaker is addressing gatherings while maintaining proper physical distance
  • When required for safety reasons and approved in writing by a squadron commander or equivalent or higher level of command


  • Check with your leadership if you have any questions.
  • Travel restrictions:
    -All DoD service members will stop movement, both internationally and domestically.
    -All DoD civilian personnel and dependents of DoD Service members and DoD personnel whose travel is Government-funded will stop movement, both internationally and domestically.
    -This stop movement applies to all official travel, including temporary duty (TDY) travel; Government-funded leave travel; permanent duty travel, including Permanent Change of Station (PCS) travel; and travel related to Authorized and Ordered Departures issued by the Department of State. For DoD Service members, it also includes personal leave outside the local area and non-official travel outside the local area.

COVID-19 Q & A

Video by Senior Airman Edward Coddington, Staff Sgt. Lynette Rolen
COVID-19 Question and Answer with the 1st SOMDG
1st Special Operations Wing Public Affairs
Jan. 22, 2021 | 5:20
Members of the 1st Special Operations Medical Group answered questions from Hurlburt Field's social media followers regarding Coronavirus disease 2019 and the COVID-19 vaccine, Hurlburt Field, Florida, Jan. 22, 2021. The 1st SOMDG promotes and maintains the health of approximately 8,000 base personnel to ensure a vital and fit force, deployable to any location.