The 125th Fighter Wing Public Affairs Office can provide FLANG members with the following studio services: official, full length, government passport, ISOPREP and visa photos.
- Official photos are considered "head and shoulders photos" in which the subject is positioned beside a U.S. flag in front of a gray background. These photos are typically used for biographies, chain of command walls, award packages and developmental special duty applications.
- Full length photos show a subject at the position of attention in uniform in front of a white background with the subject visible from head to toe. These photos are typically used for DSD applications, special assignment applications and some award packages.
- ISOPREP photos show a subject's head and shoulders in uniform t-shirt in front of a white background. Subject will first be facing the camera, then will face their left for a right-side profile photo.
- The PA office can only provide passport or visa photo services when the photos are used for official government travel.
To schedule head & shoulder, full length and ISOPREP photos, visit Schedule Studio Appointment. Passport and visa photos are on a walk-in basis.
Your uniform and appearance must be in compliance with AFI 36-2903. If your uniform is not in compliance with AFI 36-2903, PA is not authorized to complete the appointment and it must be re-scheduled as permitted by mission requirements.
All photos will be emailed to the customer by close of business on the day the photo is taken. ISOPREP photos will be sent to the subject's UDM. Passport and visa photos will be processed, printed and returned to the requestor as soon as possible.
For further questions, contact the PA office at Comm (904) 741-7030 / DSN 641-7030.
125th Fighter Wing Public Affairs
Comm: (904) 741-7030
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