List of United States Air Force installations


List of United States Air Force installations

The following is a partial list of U.S. Air Force bases and airfields, past and present.

Major active-duty installations

Current operational "major" active duty air bases and facilities, some with IATA Airport Codes:

In the United States

Abroad

Minor active-duty installations

US

*Air Force Combat Climatology Center, North Carolina
*Arbuckle Airfield, Florida
*Avon Park Air Force Range, (AVO), Florida
*Barry M. Goldwater Air Force Range, Arizona
*Barter Island Dew Station, Alaska
*Belle Fourche Electronic Scoring Site, South Dakota
*Bellows Air Force Station, Hawaii
*Big Mountain Radio Relay Station, Alaska
*Blair Lake Air Force Range, Alaska
*Camp Bullis Training Annex, Texas
*Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida
*Cape Cod Air Force Station, Massachusetts
*Cape Lisburne Long Range Radar Site, Alaska
*Cape Newenham Long Range Radar Site, Alaska
*Cape Romanzof Long Range Radar Site, Alaska
*Cape San Blas Missile Tracking Annex, Florida
*Cavalier Air Force Station, North Dakota
*Centennial Air Force Range, New Mexico
*Chena River Research Site, Alaska
*Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station, Colorado
*Clear Air Force Station, Alaska
*Charleston Defense Fuel Support Point, South Carolina
*Christmas Valley Radar Site, Oregon
*Cincinnati Defense Fuel Support Point, Ohio
*Cold Bay Long Range Radar Site, Alaska
*Columbia Falls Radar Site, Maine
*Cudjoe Key Air Force Station, Florida
*Dare County Air Force Range, North Carolina
*Eareckson Air Force Station, Alaska
*Everton Electronic Scoring Site, Arkansas
*Flaxman Island Long Range Radar Site, Alaska
*Fort Huachuca Range Radar Site, Arizona
*Fort Yukon Long Range Radar Site, Alaska
*Galena Airport, Alaska
*Gila Bend Air Force Auxiliary Field, Arizona
*Grand Bay Air Force Range, Georgia
*Grand Forks Defense Fuel Support Point, North Dakota
*Granite Peak Air Force Range, Utah
*Ground–Based Electro–Optical Deep Space Surveillance Site Detachment 1, Socorro, New Mexico
*Gunter Annex, Alabama
*Haarp Research Station, Alaska
*Utah Test and Training Range, Utah
*Hondo Municipal Airport, Texas
*Jonathan Dickinson Missile Tracking Annex, Florida
*Juniper Butte Air Force Range, Idaho
*Kaena Point Satellite Tracking Station, Oahu, Hawaii
*Indian Mountain Long Range Radar Site, Alaska
*Kegelman Air Force Auxiliary Field, Oklahoma
*Kelly Field Annex, Texas
*King Salmon Airport, Alaska
*Kokee Air Force Station, Kauai, Hawaii
*Lackland Training Annex, Texas
*La Junta Electronic Scoring Site, Colorado
*Little Mountain Test Annex, Utah
*Lonely Short Range Radar Site, Alaska
*Lone Star Electronic Scoring Site, Texas
*Lynn Haven Defense Fuel Support Point, Florida
*Malabar Transmitter Annex, Florida
*Maui Space Surveillance Complex, Maui, Hawaii
*Melrose Air Force Range, New Mexico
*Mesa Research Site, Arizona
*Molokai HF Receiver Site, Molokai, Hawaii
*Mount Kaala Air Force Station, Oahu, Hawaii
*Mukilteo Defense Fuel Support Point, Washington
*Nellis Air Force Range, Nevada
*New Boston Air Force Station, New Hampshire
*Newport Test Annex, New York
*North Air Force Auxiliary Field, South Carolina
*Oklahoma Air Force Range, Alaska
*Oliktok Long Range Radar Site, Alaska
*Onizuka Air Force Station, California
*Oscura Air Force Range, New Mexico
*Ozol Defense Fuel Support Point, California
*Palehua Air Force Solar Observatory Research Site, Oahu, Hawaii
*Pillar Point Air Force Station, California
*Poinsett Air Force Range, South Carolina
*Point Barrow Long Range Radar Site, Alaska
*Point Lay Long Range Radar Site, Alaska
*R-2508 Special Use Airspace Complex, California
*Red Rio Air Force Range, New Mexico
*Rome Laboratory, New York
*Saint Louis Air Force Station, Missouri
*Saylor Creek Air Force Range, Idaho
*Searsport Defense Fuell Support Point, Maine
*Seguin Air Force Auxiliary Field, Texas
*Snyder Electronic Scoring Site, Texas
*Sparrevohn Long Range Radar Site, Alaska
*Tatalina Long Range Radar Site, Alaska
*Tin City Long Range Radar Site, Alaska
*Tonopah Test Range Airport, (TNX), Nevada
*Tulelake Radar Site, California
*Verona Test Annex, New York
*Wainwright Long Range Radar Site, Alaska
*Wendover Air Force Range, Utah
*White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico
*Yukon Air Force Range, Alaska
*Yuma Radar Site, Arizona

Overseas

*Ankara Support Element, Turkey
*Antigua Air Station, Antigua and Barbuda
*Ascension Island Base, Ascension Island, United Kingdom
*Bann Communications Station, Germany
*Batman Air Base, Turkey
*Bitburg Annex, Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany
*Buechel Air Base, Germany
*Camp Humphreys Communications Site, Korea
*Camp Lemonier, Djibouti
*Camp Red Cloud Communications Site, Korea
*Camp Zama Communications Station, Japan
*Canadian Forces Base North Bay, Ontario, Canada
*Chievres Air Base, Belgium
*Chik-do Range, South Korea
*Cigli Air Base, Turkey
*Comalapa Air Base, Comalapa, El Salvador
*Curaçao Airfield, Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles, The Netherlands
*Danish Air Station Karup, Denmark
*Eloy Alfaro Air Base, Manta, Ecuador
*Einsiedlerhof Annex, Germany
*Feidberg Radio Relay Site, Germany
*Florennes Air Base, Belgium
*Fuchu Communications Station, Japan
*Ghedi Air Base, Italy
*Ground–Based Electro–Optical Deep Space Surveillance Site Detachment 2, Diego Garcia, British Indian Ocean Territory
*Gut Husum Annex, Germany
*Gwang Ju Air base, South Korea
*Hochspeyer Annex, Germany
*Husterhoeh Communications Site, Germany
*Idesuna Jima Air Range, Japan
*Itazuke Auxiliary Airfield, Japan
*Izmir Air Station, Turkey
*Jever Air Base, Germany
*Kaiserslautern Annex, Germany
*Kalkar Air Base, Germany
*Kapaun Air Station, Germany
*Kimhae Air Base, South Korea
*Kleine Brogel Air Base, Limburg, Belgium
*Konya Air Base, Turkey
*Ko-on-ni Air Range, South Korea
*Kuchyna Bombing Range, Malacky Air Base, Slovakia
*Kume Jima Range, Japan
*Lajas Radar Site, Puerto Rico
*Landstuhl Annex, Germany
*Langerkopf Radio Relay Site, Germany
*Maastricht, The Netherlands
*Makiminato Annex, Japan
*Idesuna Jima Air Range, Japan
*Masirah Island MPT, Oman
*Morón Air Base, Spain
*Momote Annex, Japan
*Mount Fuji Air Station, Japan
*Mus Air Base, Turkey
*NATO Air Base Geilenkirchen, Germany
*Oberweis Annex, Germany
*Okuma Annex, Japan
*Owada Communication Site, Japan
*Pil-Sung Air Range, South Korea
*Polygone Range, France and Germany
*Pruem Air Station, Germany
*RAF Croughton, United Kingdom
*Ramey Air Force Solar Observatory Research Site, Puerto Rico
*Ripsaw Range, Japan
*Ronald Reagan Ballistic Missile Defense Test Site, Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands
*San Vito dei Normanni Air Station, Italy
*Seeb MPT, Oman
*Sembach Annex, Germany
*Siegenberg Range, Germany
*Sola Air Station, Norway
*Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras
*Suwon Air Base, South Korea
*Taegu Air Base, South Korea
*Tama Annex, Japan
*Thule Air Base, Greenland, Denmark
*Thumrait MPT, Oman
*Tokorozawa Transmitter Site, Japan
*Tori Shima Range, Japan
*Tres Esquinas Air Base, Caquetá, Colombia
*Tuzla Air Base, Bosnia and Herzegovina
*Volkel Air Base, The Netherlands
*Von-Seydlitz Kaserne (Air Base), Germany
*Wake Island Airfield, Wake Island
*Wonju Air Station, Korea
*Yugi Communication Site, Japan
*Yumurtalik Annex, Turkey

Air Reserve installations

Current operational Reserve bases and facilities (with IATA Airport Code if known):
*Claiborne Bombing and Gunnery Range, Louisiana
*Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Georgia
*Duke Field, Florida
*Falcon Range, Oklahoma
*General Mitchell Air Reserve Base, Wisconsin
*Grissom Air Reserve Base, Indiana
*Homestead Air Reserve Base, Florida
*March Air Reserve Base, California
*Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport Air Reserve Station, (MSP), Minnesota
*Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, Texas
*Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base New Orleans, Louisiana
*Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station, New York
*Norwalk Defense Fuel Support Point, California
*Pittsburgh Air Reserve Station, Pennsylvania
*Shoal Creek Bombing Range, Texas
*Westover Air Reserve Base, Massachusetts
*Willow Grove Air Reserve Station, Pennsylvania
*Youngstown Air Reserve Station, Ohio

Air National Guard installations

Current operational Air National Guard bases and facilities (with IATA Airport Code if known):
*Abston Air National Guard Station, Montgomery, Alabama
*Airburst Bombing Range, Fort Carson, Colorado
*Alexandria International Airport, Alexandria, Louisiana
*Alcoa Air National Guard Station, Alcoa, Tennessee
*Allen C. Thompson Field, Jackson, Mississippi
*Alpena Combat Readiness Training Center, Alpena, Michigan
*Anchorage International Airport, Anchorage, Alaska
*Adirondack Bombing Range, Fort Drum, New York
*Atlantic City International Airport, Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey
*Bangor International Airport, Bangor, Maine
*Barnes Municipal Airport, Westfield, Massachusetts
*Barking Sands Communications Station, Kauai, Hawaii
*Bollen Air-to-Ground Weapons Range, Fort Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania
*Birmingham International Airport, Birmingham, Alabama
*Blue Ash Air National Guard Station, Cincinnati, Ohio
*Bradley International Airport, Windsor Locks, Connecticut
*Burlington International Airport, Burlington, Vermont
*Camp Atterbury Range, Camp Atterbury, Indiana
*Camp Blanding Military Reservation, Starke, Florida
*Camp Murray Air National Guard Station, Tacoma, Washington
*Camp Perry Air National Guard Station, Port Clinton, Ohio
*Camp Pendleton Military Reservation, Virginia Beach, Virginia
*Camp Santiago Range, Salinas, Puerto Rico
*Cannon Air National Guard Range, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri
*Capital Municipal Airport, Springfield, Illinois
*Catoosa Training Center, Dalton, Georgia
*Channel Islands Air National Guard Station, Point Mugu, California
*Charlotte/Douglas International Airport, Charlotte, North Carolina
*Cheyenne Municipal Airport, Cheyenne, Wyoming
*Coos Head Air National Guard Station, Charleston, Oregon
*Costa Mesa Air National Guard Station, Costa Mesa, California
*Coventry Air National Guard Station, Coventry, Rhode Island
*Dannelly Field, Montgomery, Alabama
*Des Moines International Airport, Des Moines, Iowa
*Dothan Regional Airport Air National Guard Station, Dothan, Alabama
*Duluth International Airport, Duluth, Minnesota
*Ellington Field, Houston, Texas
*Forbes Field, Topeka, Kansas
*Fort Carson Weapons Range, Pueblo, Colorado
*Fort Indiantown Gap Air National Guard Station, Fort Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania
*Fort Leonard Wood Range, Palace, Missouri
*Fort Smith Regional Airport, Fort Smith, Arkansas
*Fort Wayne International Airport, Fort Wayne, Indiana
*Four Lakes Communications Station, Four Lakes, Washington
*Francis S. Gabreski Airport, Westhampton Beach, New York
*Fresno Air Terminal, Fresno, California
*Garland Air National Guard Station, Garland, Texas
*Geiger Field, Spokane, Washington
*Glynco Air National Guard Station, Marietta, Georgia
*Gowen Field, Boise, Idaho
*Grayling Air-to-Ground Weapons Range, Camp Grayling, Michigan
*Greater Peoria Regional Airport, Peoria, Illinois
*Great Falls International Airport, Great Falls, Montana
*Greely Air National Guard Station, Greely, Colorado
*Griffiss Air National Guard Base, Rome, New York
*Gulfport-Biloxi Regional Airport, Gulfport, Mississippi
*Hancock Field, North Syracuse, New York
*Hardwood Air-to-Ground Weapons Range, Finley, Wisconsin
*Harrisburg International Airport, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
*Hayward Air National Guard Station, Hayward, California
*Hector International Airport, Fargo, North Dakota
*Hensley Field Air National Guard Station, Grand Prairie, Texas
*Hunter Air National Guard Station, Savannah, Georgia
*Jackson Barracks, New Orleans, Louisiana
*Jackson International Airport, Flowood, Mississippi
*Jacksonville International Airport, Jacksonville, Florida
*Jefferson Barracks Air National Guard Station, St. Louis, Missouri
*Jefferson Proving Ground, Madison, Indiana
*Joe Foss Field, Sioux Falls, South Dakota
*John P. Murtha Cambria County Airport, Johnstown, Pennsylvania
*Key Field, Meridian, Mississippi
*Kingsley Field, Klamath Falls, Oregon, ( [http://www.orklam.ang.af.mil/index.asp website] )
*Kulis Air National Guard Base, Anchorage, Alaska
*Lambert-Saint Louis International Airport, Bridgeton, Missouri
*Lincoln Airport, Lincoln, Nebraska
*Luis Muñoz Marín Air National Guard Base, Carolina, Puerto Rico
*Mansfield-Lahm Airport, Mansfield, Ohio
*Martin Air National Guard Station, Gadsden, Alabama
*McEntire Joint National Guard Station, Columbia, South Carolina
*McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base, Knoxville, Tennessee, ( [http://www.tnknox.ang.af.mil website] )
*McMullen County Range, Corpus Christi, Texas
*Memphis International Airport, Memphis, Tennessee
*Moffett Federal Airfield, Mountain View, California
*Nashville International Airport/Berry Field Air National Guard Base, Nashville, Tennessee
*New Castle County Airport, Wilmington, Delaware
*North Highlands Air National Guard Station, North Highlands, California
*North Smithfield Air National Guard Station, Slatersville, Rhode Island
*Orange Air National Guard Base, Orange, Connecticut
*Otis Air National Guard Base, Falmouth, Massachusetts
*Paine Field Air National Guard Station, Everett, Washington
*Pease Air National Guard Base, Portsmouth, New Hampshire
*Portland International Airport,(PDX), Oregon, ( [http://www.orport.ang.af.mil/Units/142fw/142FW.html website] )
*Punta Boringuen Radar Site, Coast Guard Air Station Borinquen, Puerto Rico, ( [http://www.uscg.mil/d7/units/as-borinquen website] )
*Punta Salinas Radar Site, Cantano, Puerto Rico
*Quonset State Airport, North Kingstown, Rhode Island
*Razorback Range, Fort Smith, Arkansas
*Reno-Tahoe International Airport, Reno, Nevada
*Richmond International Airport, Richmond, Virginia
*Rickenbacker Air National Guard Base, Columbus, Ohio
*Rosecrans Air National Guard Base, Rosecrans Memorial Airport, Saint Joseph, Missouri
*Saint Croix Air National Guard Station, Saint Croix, Virgin Islands
*Salt Lake City International Airport, Salt Lake City, Utah
*Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport, Savannah, Georgia
*Schenectady County Airport, Schenectady, New York
*Selfridge Air National Guard Base, Mount Clemens, Michigan
*Sepulveda Air National Guard Station, Los Angeles, California
*Shelby Ranges, Camp Shelby, Mississippi
*Shepherd Field, Martinsburg, West Virginia
*Sioux Gateway Airport, Sioux City, Iowa
*Sky Harbor International Airport, Phoenix, Arizona
*Smoky Hill Air National Guard Range, Brookville, Kansas
*South Portland Air National Guard Station, South Portland, Maine
*Springfield-Beckley Municipal Airport, Springfield, Ohio
*Standiford Field, Louisville, Kentucky
*Stanly County Airport, Albemarle, North Carolina
*State College Air National Guard Station, State College, Pennsylvania
*Stewart Air National Guard Base, New Windsor, New York
*Terre Haute International Airport/Hulman Field, Terre Haute, Indiana
*Toledo Express Airport, Swanton, Ohio
*Townsend Range, Savannah, Georgia
*Truax Field, Madison, Wisconsin
*Tucson International Airport, Tucson, Arizona
*Tulsa International Airport, Tulsa, Oklahoma
*Volk Field Air National Guard Base, Camp Douglas, Wisconsin
*Warfield Air National Guard Base, Baltimore, Maryland
*Warren Grove Range, Atlantic City, New Jersey
*W.K. Kellogg Airport, Battle Creek, Michigan
*Will Rogers Air National Guard Base, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
*Yeager Airport, Charleston, West Virginia
*Zanesville Municipal Airport, Zanesville, Ohio

Closed facilities

:"See also "Closed facilities and their IATA Airport Code (where known):
*Albrook Air Force Base, Balboa, Panama
*Almaden Air Force Station, Mount Umunhum, California. Closed in 1980
*Amarillo Air Force Base - AMA, Amarillo, Texas. Closed December 31, 1968, now Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport.
*RAF Bentwaters, Suffolk England (closed ????)
*Bergstrom Air Force Base - AUS, near Austin, Texas (now Austin-Bergstrom International Airport)
*Biggs Air Force Base - BIF, Texas (closed, now Biggs Field in Fort Bliss)
*Blytheville Air Force Base - Arkansas (renamed Eaker Air Force Base in 1988, closed in 1992 now Arkansas Int'l Airport)
*Cambria Air Force Station, Cambria, California (closed 1979)
*Cape Romanzof Air Force Station, Alaska
*Carswell Air Force Base, Texas (closed, now Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth)
*Castle Air Force Base, California (closed 1995)
*Clark Air Base, The Philippines - CRK (closed 1991)
*Clinton County Air Force Base, Wilmington, Ohio (closed 1971) (Now the main hub for DHL's US freight operations, DHL Airpark)
*Clinton-Sherman Air Force Base, Burns Flat, Oklahoma (closed 1970?)
*Chanute Air Force Base, Rantoul, Illinois (closed 1993)
*Connally Air Force Base, Waco, Texas (closed 1968)
*Craig Air Force Base, Selma, Alabama (closed 1977)
*Donaldson Air Force Base, near Greenville, South Carolina (closed 1963)
*Eaker Air Force Base - Arkansas (formerly Blytheville Air Force Base, closed in 1992 now Arkansas International Airport)
*England Air Force Base, Alexandria, Louisiana (closed 1992 Dec 15)
*Ent Air Force Base, Colorado Springs, Colorado (closed)
*Floyd Bennett Field, Brooklyn, New York
*Foster Air Force Base, Victoria, Texas (closed 1958)
*Fuchu Air Station, Fuchu, Tokyo, Japan (closed and returned to Japanese government in 1974)
*Funabashi Transmitter Site, Japan
*Gentile Air Force Station, Dayton, Ohio (closed 1996)
*George Air Force Base, California
*Glasgow Air Force Base, Montana
*Gunter Air Force Base, Alabama (merged into Maxwell Air Force Base in 1992)
*Hahn Air Base, Germany (closed 1993, retaining only small site for communications)
*Hamilton Air Force Base, California
*Harlingen Air Force Base, Texas
*Hellenikon Air Base, Greece (closed 1993)
*Horham Air Force Base, Horham England (closed 1948)
*Howard Air Force Base, Panama (closed)
*Iraklion Air Station, Gouves, Crete Greece (closed 1993)
*Johnson Air Base (Housing Annex), Japan
*Johnston Atoll Airfield, Johnston Atoll (closed 2003, transferred to the US Fish and Wildlife Service)
*Kashiwa Communications Station (Camp Tomlinson), Kashiwa, Chiba, Japan (closed 1975 and returned to Japanese government 1979)
*Kelly Air Force Base - SKF, Texas
*K. I. Sawyer Air Force Base - Michigan (closed 1995 Oct 1)
*Kwanju Air Base, Kwanju, Korea (used by USAF in 1968 for USS Pueblo crisis response) now Gwangju Airport
*Laredo Air Force Base, Laredo, Texas (closed 1973)
*Larson Air Force Base, Moses Lake, Washington closed 1966 now Grant County International Airport
*Lincoln Air Force Base, Nebraska (closed June 1966)
*Lindsey Air Station, Wiesbaden Germany (closed 1993)
*Lookout Mountain Air Force Station, Hollywood, California (closed 1969)
*Loring Air Force Base, Aroostook County, Maine (closed 1994 September 30)
*Lowry Air Force Base, Colorado (closed 1994 Oct 1)
*Mactan Air Base, Cebu, The Philippines
*Malden Air Force Base, Malden, Missouri (closed 1960 July 22, now Malden Regional Airport)
*Mather Air Force Base - MHR, California (closed 1993 Sep 30)
*McClellan Air Force Base - MCC, California (closed 2001 Jul 13)
*McCoy Air Force Base - MCO, Florida (closed 1975), now Orlando International Airport
*Minot Air Force Station [ [http://www.minotafs.org 786th AC&W Squadron, Minot AFS, ND - ground radar air defense usaf ] ] - (Approximately convert|18|mi|km south of Minot, North Dakota, home of the 786th AC&W Squadron, shut down September 1979. Not to be confused with Minot Air Force Base, which is still operational.)
*Mitchel Air Force Base (a/k/a Mitchel Field), Garden City, NY Closed 1961
*Montauk Air Force Base - Montauk, New York
*Myrtle Beach Air Force Base - Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (Closed 1993)
*North Truro Air Force Station - North Truro, Massachusetts (Closed 1980s)
*Newark Air Force Base, Ohio
*Norton Air Force Base, San Bernardino, California (closed in 1995, now the San Bernardino International Airport)
*Olmsted Air Force Base, Pennsylvania (closed 1969, presently Harrisburg International Airport and Air National Guard Base for PA ANG)
*Ota-Koizumi Auxiliary Airfield, Japan
*Otis Air Force Base, Falmouth, Massachusetts (Closed in 1973, now Otis Air National Guard Base
*Perrin Air Force Base, Denison, Texas (closed 1970's
*Pittsburgh Air Force Base, Pennsylvania (closed 1990's, presently an Air Reserve Base for AF Reserve and PA Air National Guard)
*Plattsburgh Air Force Base, New York (closed 1995)
*Presque Isle Air Force Base, Presque Isle, Maine (closed 1960s)
*Point Arena Air Force Station Point Arena, California NORAD Closed
*Prince Sultan Air Base, Saudi Arabia, (closed 2003)
*RAF Sculthorpe, Norfolk, United Kingdom. Closed 1992.
*Reese Air Force Base, Texas (closed 1997 Jan 24)
*Rhein Main Air Base, Germany (closed 2005 Dec 30)
*Richards-Gebaur Air Force Base, Belton, Missouri
*Sault Sainte Marie Air Force Station, Michigan (closed 1981)
* [http://www.strategic-air-command.com/bases/Schilling_AFB.htm Schilling (Smokey Hill) AFB] , Kansas
*Stewart Air Force Base, Newburgh, New York (closed 1971), presently Stewart International Airport and Air National Guard Base for NY ANG and USMC Reserve)
*Spence Air Base, Moultrie, Georgia (closed 1961)
*Slocum Air Force Base, New York (closed)
*Soesterberg Air Base, The Netherlands (closed)
*Tachikawa Air Force Base, Tachikawa, Tokyo, Japan (closed and returned to Japanese government, who converted much of the former base into Showa Memorial Park)
*Torrejon Air Force Base, Madrid, Spain - TOJ (turned over to Spanish Government about 1993)
*Turner Air Force Base, Georgia (transferred to the Navy in 1967, closed 1976)
*Webb Air Force Base, Texas (closed 1977)
*Williams Air Force Base - IWA, Arizona (closed 1993 Sep 30)
*RAF Upper Heyford, United Kingdom (closed and returned to the British government 30 Sep 1994)
*RAF Woodbridge, Suffolk England (closed ????)
*Wurtsmith Air Force Base - OSC, Michigan (closed 1993 Jun 30)
*Vincent Air Force Base, Arizona (closed, now MCAS Yuma)
*Zaragoza Air Base, Zaragoza, Spain - ZAB (turned over to Spanish Government October 1992)
*Zweibrücken Air Base, Germany (closed September 1991)

References

External links

* [http://www.af.mil/news/airman/0106/facilities.shtml USAF, Airman Magazine, The Book 2006, Facilities Listing]
* [http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/facility/afb.htm Global Security, US military facilities]
* [http://www.aircraft-charter-world.com/airports/northamerica/usa.htm US airports] (for IATA codes, etc)

ee also

*Lists of military bases
*List of RAF stations
*List of Soviet Air Force bases


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