“Sometimes we get two or three calls a night; sometimes we don’t get any at all. So, [we want] to get the word out to Airmen that we are here. They can always give us a call for a ride home,” said Mullings.
Volunteers can sign up individually or as a unit to participate in AADD and will always be sent out on calls with a wingman to ensure safety for the drivers. Additionally, volunteers will have access to USO services like games, Internet, TV and snacks while they wait for calls, according to Mullings.
“I volunteer as a driver with AADD because I think it’s important to support these kinds of programs that are offered to us as Airmen,” said Senior Airman Briana Gunther, AADD volunteer. “Plans don’t always work out, but everyone deserves to get home safely at the end of the night.”
To get a ride through AADD, call 937-257-2233.