Armed Forces Service Center

Minnesota

Established in 1970 by a group of concerned citizens, the Armed Forces Service Center (formerly the Serviceman's Center) offers an attractive main lounge, modern kitchenette and bunk rooms for active duty men and women and their dependents. Staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year by two volunteers (working 4-hour shifts), the Center offers sandwiches, bakery goods, coffee, soft drinks, shaving supplies, sewing kits, stationary, and stamps at no charge. Comfortable furniture, a large screen color television, magazines/books, iron/ironing board, and games are available.

We have a computer and internet accessibility. Supervised storage of baggage and wake-up service is available on request. Everything is free to active duty service people and their dependents. The Center is a one-of-a-kind organization (we are not a USO) funded solely by donations from veteran, fraternal, military, and other organizations and their auxiliaries (along with private business and individual contributions).

Your help is welcome through either financial contributions in any amount, donated funds designated for needed items (furnishings, food, magazine subscriptions, etc.), or volunteering your time for a four-hour shift.

The center is located in the Linbergh Terminal on the East Mezzanine level above Door 1 of the ticketing level.

Address: Armed Forces Service Center, 4300 Glumack Drive
Admin Office, MSP IAP, St. Paul, 
MN  55111)

You can call the Executive Director at (612) 726-9156 with any specific questions or email her at afsc_msp@qwest.net.