RENORO, Calif.

— What to know when you fly commercial:The Air Force’s commercial air travel service offers commercial flights and some limited military transport to the U.S. and Canada.

The service is headquartered at Edwards Air Force Base in California, which is also the home of the Air Force Space Command, which manages the military’s space program.

The service is also part of the Department of Defense.

The Air Guard has a fleet of more than 1,200 aircraft and operates aircraft for a wide range of commercial, military and military-related needs.

Its fleet also includes several commercial air carriers, including Boeing Co.’s 737 MAX aircraft.

Air Force Secretary Michael Donley announced in April that the service would offer limited commercial service between June 1 and December 31.

Donley said the service will not offer commercial air transportation between July 1 and November 30, 2020.

Air National Guard service members also fly commercial flights between bases in Colorado, Georgia, Kentucky, Missouri and South Carolina.

Don, a Colorado native, said the military service is expanding commercial aviation to help protect its troops and the American people.

“I’m thrilled that we can help protect the American citizens of Colorado and the entire state of Kentucky and South Dakota, which are also our closest allies in the world,” he said in a statement.

Donley said he wants to make sure that all military service members who fly commercial are able to do so safely.

Air Base Guard commander Maj. Col. Mike Wiedefeld said the Air National Guard will not provide any military transport between July and November.

“The service will operate a limited number of aircraft to serve as an air transport service between the two locations.

We are providing limited service between July 31 and December 1, 2020,” he wrote in an email.