Frequently Asked Questions

How do I become a Member of the VSC?


Fill out the Membership Application Form on our website, and pay your Membership Dues!




How much are Membership Dues?


Membership dues are based off of rank of spouse and are as follows: E-1 through E-4 $15 / year E-5 or E-6 $25 / year E-7 and up $35 / year O-1 or O-2 $30 / year O-3 or O-4 $45 / year O-5 and up / retired $60 / year




Who is eligible to join the VSC?


Active Members must be one of the following:

  • Spouses of all Active US military members of all ranks who are on active duty assigned to Vance AFB
  • Spouses of all Reserve US Air Force ranks stationed at or living in the vicinity of Vance AFB
  • Spouses of all active Army and Air National Guard personnel stationed at or living in the vicinity of Vance AFB
  • Spouses living in the vicinity whose spouses are active duty elsewhere




I am a significant other of an active duty member at Vance, but I am not a spouse. Am I eligiable to join the VSC?


At this time, we only allow spouses to join the VSC as official Members, though you are welcome to attend our events with another VSC Member and volunteer at our community service events and fundraisers. Please reach out to us via email or Facebook to find other ways to become involved with the VSC! We would love to hear from you!




May I attend an event to see what your club is all about before becoming a Member?


Absolutely! You may attend one event as a guest before becoming a VSC Member.




Are there any required events?


There are no required events! You are welcome to attend socials and community events as often or as little as you wish!




How can I become a Board Member of the VSC?


After registering as a VSC Member and paying your Membership Dues, if you are interested in becoming a Board Member or serving on one of our Special Committees, please reach out to us via email and we will send you an application or connect you with the Special Committee Chair!





Contact Us

P.O. Box 5803, Enid, OK 73703

This is a private organization. It is not a part of the Department of Defense or any of its components, and it has no governmental status.