Government Furniture Support

Welcome to the Furnishings Management Office (FMO). All members entitled to family housing are authorized temporary loaner furnishings and in some cases permanent furnishings, depending on the members JFTR authorization. For additional information, please submit inquiries to 718ces.fmo@kadena.af.mil.

1) Temporary Government Furniture Loaner Kits. Temporary furniture loaner kits are available for members on full JFTR for 90 days after arrival and up to 60 days before departure from Okinawa. Members on restricted JFTR are authorized permanent government furnishings for the duration and a one-time pickup up to 90 days after arrival. Members on restricted JFTR are also entitled to a furniture loaner kit up to 60 days before departure.

2) Government Furniture Maintenance. Members are responsible for the care and safe guard of all items placed in their custody. Members will be held financially liable for lost, damaged, or destroyed property.

3) Government Furniture Delivery and Self Help. Your home will already be outfitted with a standard loaner kit when you move-in. Members are authorized a one-time delivery and pickup of government furnishings within 90 days after arrival. After the 90 day mark, members on restricted JFTR can visit the FMO section at the Kadena Housing Office to process the proper forms for self help issue or turn-in as long as authorization is not exceeded.

For scheduled deliveries and pickup, members must be present at the scheduled date and time of delivery or pickup; failure to be present will result in the furnishings being taken back to the warehouse or not picked up and the member being charged for the delivery or pick up scheduled.

4) Government Furnishings Available. Furniture loaner kits are made up of the following items, the member entitlement will determine the number of items that will be processed.
• Double Bed (member and spouse or head of household)
• Single Bed (per child or additional dependent)
• Chest Drawer (1 per person)
• Dresser (1 per occupied bedroom)
• Dresser Mirror (1 per dresser)
• Night Table
• Dining Table
• Dining Chair w/o Arm (4 each)
• Dining Chair w/ Arm (2 each)
• Desk (2 each)
• Desk Chair (1 per desk)
• Sofa (1 each)
• Easy Chair (2 each)
• Coffee Table (1 each)
• End Table (2 each)
• Dryer Electric (1 each)
• Washer Electric (1 each)
• Refrigerator/Freezer Electric (1 each)
• Range Electric (1 each)
• Buffet (Restricted JFTR)
• Hutch (Restricted JFTR)

5) Major Appliances Assigned to Housing Units. Major appliances washer, dryer, dishwasher, refrigerator, and ranges are permanently assigned to each on base housing unit and are also available for off base housing units.

6) Shipment of Unauthorized Appliances. Major appliances; washer, dryer, dishwasher, refrigerator, and ranges owned by military and DoD civilian’s are not authorized to be shipped to Okinawa. If a military or DoD civilian brings their washer, dryer, dishwasher, refrigerator, or ranges to Okinawa the government will not remove the assigned government appliances from the housing unit. Damages to any government owned appliances being stored are the responsibility of the assigned member. The government is not responsible for maintaining or repairing non-government owned appliances. Off base repair shops are limited and expensive.


ENTITLEMENTS: At most bases in Japan, weight restrictions are in place. The Air Force allows incoming accompanied members a 100 percent weight allowance. Accompanied personnel at U.S. Army bases in Japan are allowed 25 percent of their pay grade’s predetermined weight entitlement. Navy members are allowed to ship 25 percent of their entitlement to Okinawa. Marine Corps allows 25 percent of the JTR weight allowance when travelling accompanied to Okinawa. Members still will be entitled to non-temporary storage in the States. They can store or ship the combined weight of their full weight allowance.

Air Force Active Military and Air Force DoD Civilians
1. Member are authorized full - 100% JFTR. Members are not authorized permanent government furnishings.
2. Every housing unit has government appliances - washer, dryer, dishwasher, refrigerator, and range,
members are advised not to ship their own appliances.
3. Government storage is not provided on base for excess furnishings or appliances.
4. Off base storage is limited and very expensive (member responsible for all costs).

Active Military Army, Marine Corp, Navy, Other DoD Civilans, and DoDFS Teachers
1. Members are authorized limited JTR (discuss with your unit)
2. Provided permanent government furnishings based on entitlement until PCS date
3. Every housing unit has government appliances - washer, dryer, dishwasher, refrigerator, and range,
members are not authorized to ship their own appliances


TO CONTACT US:
Furnishings Customer Service 634-0204/1625
Kadena Furnishings Self-Help 632-4309
Kinser Furnishings Self-Help 637-1516


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