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This is not a federal statutory question or military law imposed answer. By that, I mean that each base and, more importantly, each commander for the bases is empowered to make this determination on a case by case basis. A commander can absolutely choose to allow you on base and absolutely choose not to allow you on base and either result would be legal under the current regulations for base access control as a discretionary function for base commanders.
Unfortunately, there is no method for me to determine what the current commander's predilections are in regard to base access. They don't publish, in an accessible format, their position on the matter.
The only way for you to know the answer here is to apply, because again, it is a case by case determination. I wish I could give you more certainty here, but the law on this matter just doesn't work like that.
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