When completed, this form will reflect not only where each pilot works (which of the EPOCH Hubs) but also where their Primary Residence is. The Pilot may also opt to have a second residence that keeps them close to a particular hub for specialty jobs or even a final residence, like Beaver Creek, that the Pilot may vacation in.
The "Work Location" hub is a matter of Pilot preference, and one needs to consider the Hub Types when choosing where one wishes to work out of. Then, selecting a Primary Residence close to or at the Hub ensures that the Pilot is able to take on jobs with little delay or expense.
The "Company/Other Residence 1" category is used by the pilot who may wish to have a second work location and be able to spend time at either based on EPOCH activities. An example of this is COO bc, who has an apartment in Bethel at the Head Office but also has a house in Unalakleet, where he can spend time if he is working the UNK hub and flying scheds (for instance) from PAUN up north.
The last Residence (#2) is for vacation or fun properties for the Pilot. An example of this may be found at the Beaver Creek Hub (and AirPark) where over a dozen pilots have a vacation home (which also keeps them in proximity for CYXQ Jobs). Although full, the AirPark will be getting a Phase Two expansion in the fall of 2014 for other recent pilots who may wish to join the AirPark and EPIC (The Epoch Pilots Inukshuk Club).
It is noteworthy that the Pilot may have "Other Residence 1 and/or 2" located anywhere in the World - it does not have to be tied to Alaska or the Yukon. The Pilot is expected to maintain some form of residence in Alaska however, and be available for work, to be eligible as a Core or Contract Pilot.