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Goodfellow AFB

Goodfellow AFB is located in San Angelo, Texas about 210 miles to the northwest of San Antonio.

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    • Reviewer crystalkei, “Believe it or not there is a lot to do in San Angelo! People come thinking it’s a rinky dink town with nothing going on, but most weekends they have events for kids at the Art Museum, the base, Fort Concho, and the “chicken farm.” They have an active community theater program and the University offers opportunities to see college level athletic events. There are tons of dance studios and choir events, as well. Yes, you’re hours from Dallas or San Antonio, but if you keep your eyes peeled you’ll find plenty of events to attend and things to keep you busy.”

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    Reviewer starla, “Goodfellow has a million activities that are designed to occupy the families and students who live here, but this is mainly because the base itself is sort of out in the middle of no where. My husband and I have lived here for 6 months and have probably spent well over $3000 in taxi rides. Other than the movies, restaurants, a small mall, and many bars (I am pregnant so this isn’t much help to me), there really isn’t much to do here. With only one airport in San Angelo, travel is difficult. I strongly suggest having a car. If not for your own sanity, than for your health. The heat here is horrid.”

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