MYMC2 Mobile app connects, Airmen, families at Osan
By , 51st Fighter Wing Public Affairs
/ Published March 10, 2014
OSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea --
Bored on base? Trying to find out what's happening around town? Want to know what's going on any particular day at any particular time? Wish the wide-array of events and services available at Osan were accessible in your pocket, anytime, anywhere? Well there's a mobile app available to download on Android and Apple devices that do just that.
It's called "My Military Communities," or MyMC2, and is the first mobile application in the Air Force that will put a list of every event at your base in the palm of your hand. The app is a free download and is available through both the Android Market and Apple's App Store.
The mobile app was developed by the 375th Communication Support Squadron at Scott Air Force Base in Spring of 2012. It pulls event listings from organizational Facebook pages that are officially associated with a base and consolidates them into one place.
The app serves as a one stop shop for information on local events and happenings on base. Users then have the option to narrow or expand their search by organizational or event type categories.
In addition to events listings in the app, there are two quick-call buttons on the home page that can be programmed to whatever the installation commander feels are the most important numbers for the Airmen to have.
To download the app you may open your smartphones app store and search "My Military Communites" Or "MyMC2"
For more information, call the Public Affairs office at 784-4044.