List of United States Air Force installations

This is a list of United States Air Force installations.

United StatesEdit

Installations and locations in the contiguous United States. For Alaska and Hawaii see Pacific, East Asia and South East Asia section.

Active DutyEdit

Active-duty USAF bases in the United States are under the jurisdiction of the following Major Commands. There are 59 Active Bases across the country:[1]

Active Duty US Air Force installations and locations within the contiguous United States
Name Location State Coordinates Commanding organization Wing or unit emblem Host wing or primary unit Primary missions and units
Altus Air Force Base Altus Oklahoma 34°39′59″N 099°16′05″W / 34.66639°N 99.26806°W / 34.66639; -99.26806 (Altus AFB) Air Education and Training Command   97th Air Mobility Wing The 97th Air Mobility Wing trains crews to operate the C-17A Globemaster III, KC-135R Stratotanker and KC-46A Pegasus.[2]
Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling Southwest Washington, D.C. 38°50′34″N 077°00′58″W / 38.84278°N 77.01611°W / 38.84278; -77.01611 (JB Anacostia-Bolling) Air Force District of Washington   11th Wing USAF operated joint base. The 11th Wing provides base administration and support to tenants including the USAF Honor Guard and USAF Band, which support ceremonial operations in the National Capital Region.[3]
Joint Base Andrews-Naval Air Facility Washington Camp Springs Maryland 38°48′39″N 076°52′01″W / 38.81083°N 76.86694°W / 38.81083; -76.86694 (Joint Base Andrews) Air Force District of Washington   316th Wing USAF operated joint base. The 316th Wing provides administrative and operational support in the National Capital Region and operates the UH-1N Iroquois. The 89th Airlift Wing is assigned a variety of aircraft including two VC-25A (Air Force One) in the Special Air Mission role, providing support to US political and military leaders. Other USAF flying units include the 459th Air Refueling Wing (KC-135R Stratotanker) and the D.C. Air National Guard's 113th Wing (F-16C/D Fighting Falcon, C-38A Courier and C-40C).[4]
Arnold Air Force Base Tullahoma Tennessee 35°23′33″N 086°05′09″W / 35.39250°N 86.08583°W / 35.39250; -86.08583 (Arnold AFB) Air Force Materiel Command   Arnold Engineering Development Complex Non-flying installation, part of the Air Force Test Center. It operates more than 68 aerodynamic and propulsion wind tunnels, rocket and turbine engine test cells, space environmental chambers, arc heaters, and ballistic ranges.[5]
Barksdale Air Force Base Bossier City Louisiana 32°30′07″N 093°39′46″W / 32.50194°N 93.66278°W / 32.50194; -93.66278 (Barksdale AFB) Air Force Global Strike Command  
2nd Bomb Wing The 2nd Bomb Wing and 307th Bomb Wing operate the B-52H Stratofortress. Also home to the headquarters of Air Force Global Strike Command and the Eighth Air Force.[6]
Beale Air Force Base Marysville California 39°08′10″N 121°26′11″W / 39.13611°N 121.43639°W / 39.13611; -121.43639 (Beale AFB) Air Combat Command  
9th Reconnaissance Wing The USAF's high-altitude Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance hub, operating the U-2S Dragon Lady, RQ-180, RQ-4B Global Hawk and T-38A Talon. The 940th Air Refueling Wing operates the KC-135R Stratotanker and the 7th Space Warning Squadron utilises the PAVE PAWS radar in the ballistic missile early warning role.[7]
Buckley Air Force Base Aurora Colorado 39°42′06″N 104°45′06″W / 39.70167°N 104.75167°W / 39.70167; -104.75167 (Buckley AFB) US Space Force   460th Space Wing Provides space-based missile warning, space surveillance and space communications capabilities. The F-16C Fighting Falcon is operated by the Colorado Air National Guard's 140th Wing.[8]
Cannon Air Force Base Clovis New Mexico 34°22′58″N 103°19′20″W / 34.38278°N 103.32222°W / 34.38278; -103.32222 (Cannon AFB) Air Force Special Operations Command   27th Special Operations Wing One of four active duty special operations wings, operating the AC-130W Stinger II, CV-22B Osprey, MQ-9A ReaperMC-130J Commando II and U-28A.[9]
Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Cocoa Beach Florida 28°29′20″N 80°34′40″W / 28.48889°N 80.57778°W / 28.48889; -80.57778 US Space Force   45th Space Wing The 45 Space Wing manages all launches of unmanned rockets at Cape Canaveral These rockets include satellites for the US military, and the National Reconnaissance Office as well as scientific payload launches in support of NASA and foreign governments.
Cape Cod Air Force Station Bourne Massachusetts 41°45′12″N 70°32′19″W / 41.75333°N 70.53861°W / 41.75333; -70.53861 US Space Force   6th Space Warning Squadron Non-flying installation, a Geographically Separate Unit of the 21st Space Wing, operating the PAVE PAWS radar in the ballistic missile early warning role.[10]
Cavalier Air Force Station Mountain North Dakota 48°43′55″N 97°54′16″W / 48.73194°N 97.90444°W / 48.73194; -97.90444 (Cavalier AFS) US Space Force   10th Space Warning Squadron Non-flying installation, a Geographically Separate Unit of the 21st Space Wing, operating the AN/FPQ-16 PARCS radar in the missile warning and space surveillance role.[11]
Joint Base Charleston Charleston South Carolina 32°53′55″N 080°02′26″W / 32.89861°N 80.04056°W / 32.89861; -80.04056 (Joint Base Charleston-AF) Air Mobility Command   628th Air Base Wing USAF operated joint base. The 437th Airlift Wing and 315th Airlift Wing operate the C-17A Globemaster III.
Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station Colorado Springs Colorado 38°44′37.57″N 104°50′48.40″W / 38.7437694°N 104.8467778°W / 38.7437694; -104.8467778 US Space Force Non-flying installation, Geographically Separate Unit of the Peterson-Schriever Garrison. The Cheyenne Mountain Complex serves as NORAD and US Northern Command's Alternate Command Center.[12]
Columbus Air Force Base Columbus Mississippi 33°38′38″N 088°26′38″W / 33.64389°N 88.44389°W / 33.64389; -88.44389 (Columbus AFB) Air Education and Training Command   14th Flying Training Wing Provides specialized undergraduate pilot training in the T-1A Jayhawk, T-6A Texan II and T-38C Talon[13]
Creech Air Force Base Indian Springs Nevada 36°35′14″N 115°40′24″W / 36.58722°N 115.67333°W / 36.58722; -115.67333 (Creech AFB) Air Combat Command   432nd Wing The USAF's primary remotely piloted aircraft system (drone) base. The 432nd Wing in supported by the 926th Wing (Air Force Reserve) and the Nevada Air National Guard's 152nd Airlift Wing, all operating the MQ-9A Reaper.[14]
Davis–Monthan Air Force Base Tucson Arizona 32°09′59″N 110°52′59″W / 32.16639°N 110.88306°W / 32.16639; -110.88306 (Davis–Monthan AFB) Air Combat Command   355th Fighter Wing The 355th Fighter Wing operates the A-10C Thunderbolt II (both for training and operationally), the HH-60G Pave Hawk and HC-130J Combat King II. Other flying units include the 55th Electronic Combat Group (EC-130H Compass Call), 920th Rescue Wing (HH-60G), 924th Fighter Group (A-10C) and the Arizona Air National Guard's 162nd Wing (MQ-9A Reaper and F-16 Fighting Falcon). The base is known for its aircraft storage facility, operated by the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group and is also the headquarters of the Twelfth Air Force (Air Forces Southern).[15]
Dover Air Force Base Dover Delaware 39°07′42″N 075°27′53″W / 39.12833°N 75.46472°W / 39.12833; -75.46472 (Dover AFB) Air Mobility Command   436th Airlift Wing The 436th Airlift Wing and 512th Airlift Wing operate the C-17A Globemaster III and C-5M Super Galaxy in the tactical and strategic airlift role. The base also hosts the Charles C. Carson Center for Mortuary Affairs.[16]
Dyess Air Force Base Abilene Texas 32°25′15″N 099°51′17″W / 32.42083°N 99.85472°W / 32.42083; -99.85472 (Dyess AFB) Air Force Global Strike Command   7th Bomb Wing The B-1B Lancer strategic bomber is operated by the 7th Bomb Wing and 307th Bomb Wing. Dyess is also home to the 317th Airlift Wing flying the C-130J Super Hercules.[17]
Eastern Air Defense Sector Rome New York 43°12′59.8″N 75°24′17.4″W / 43.216611°N 75.404833°W / 43.216611; -75.404833 (Eastern Air Defense Sector) Air Combat Command   224th Air Defense Group Non-flying installation. Air defence command and control unit permanently assigned to NORAD and manned by the New York Air National Guard's 224th Air Defense Group.[18]
Edwards Air Force Base Edwards California 34°54′20″N 117°53′01″W / 34.90556°N 117.88361°W / 34.90556; -117.88361 (Edwards AFB) Air Force Materiel Command   412th Test Wing The USAF's primary test and evaluation base and home of the Air Force Test Center. A wide range of aircraft are operated by the 412th Test Wing, Air Force Test Pilot School, 31st Test and Evaluation Squadron and Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center. Edwards also hosts NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center.[19]
Eglin Air Force Base Valparaiso Florida 30°29′N 086°32′W / 30.483°N 86.533°W / 30.483; -86.533 (McConnell AFB) Air Force Materiel Command   96th Test Wing The USAF's test and evaluation center for air-delivered weapons, navigation and guidance systems, command and control systems, and Air Force Special Operations Command systems (96th Test Wing) as well as electronic warfare, armament and avionics, chemical defense, reconnaissance, and aircrew training devices (53rd Wing). Both wings operates the A-10C Thunderbolt II, F-15C/D/E Eagle and F-16C/D Fighting Falcon. The 33rd Fighter Wing trains F-35A Lightning II pilots from US and foreign air-arms. The 20th Space Control Squadron operates the AN/FPS-85 phased array radar for space surveillance.[20]
Ellsworth Air Force Base Box Elder South Dakota 44°08′42″N 103°06′13″W / 44.14500°N 103.10361°W / 44.14500; -103.10361 (Ellsworth AFB) Air Force Global Strike Command   28th Bomb Wing The B-1B Lancer strategic bomber is operated by the 28th Bomb Wing. Ellsworth also hosts the 89th Attack Squadron which flies the MQ-9A Reaper.[21]
Francis E. Warren Air Force Base Cheyenne Wyoming 41°07′59″N 104°52′01″W / 41.13306°N 104.86694°W / 41.13306; -104.86694 (Francis E. Warren AFB) Air Force Global Strike Command   90th Missile Wing LGM-30G Minuteman III base with launch facilities throughout south-east Wyoming, western Nebraska, and northern Colorado, supported by the wing's UH-1N Iroquois helicopters. It hosts the headquarters of the Twentieth Air Force, which is responsible for the USAF's Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles (ICBMs).[22]
Fairchild Air Force Base Spokane Washington 47°36′54″N 117°39′20″W / 47.61500°N 117.65556°W / 47.61500; -117.65556 (Fairchild AFB) Air Mobility Command   92nd Air Refueling Wing
The 92nd Air Refueling Wing and the 141st Air Refueling Wing of the Washington Air National Guard operate the KC-135R Stratotanker. Also hosts the USAF Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape (SERE) School, which is supported by UH-1N Iroquois operated by the 36th Rescue Squadron.[23]
Fort George G. Meade Odenton Maryland 39°6′25″N 76°44′35″W / 39.10694°N 76.74306°W / 39.10694; -76.74306 (Fort G. Meade) Air Combat Command   70th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing US Army installation hosting USAF intelligence units carrying out signals intelligence and cryptologic operations.[24]
Gila Bend Air Force Auxiliary Field Gila Bend Arizona 32°53′15″N 112°43′12″W / 32.88750°N 112.72000°W / 32.88750; -112.72000 (Gila Bend Air Force Auxiliary Field) Air Education and Training Command   56th Range Management Office Geographically Separate Unit of the 56th Fighter Wing at Luke AFB, located within the Barry M. Goldwater Air Force Range.[25]
Goodfellow Air Force Base San Angelo Texas 31°25′46″N 100°23′56″W / 31.42944°N 100.39889°W / 31.42944; -100.39889 (Goodfellow AFB) Air Education and Training Command   17th Training Wing Non-flying installation delivering cryptologic, intelligence, and other training to US and allied military and US government students.[26]
Grand Forks Air Force Base Grand Forks North Dakota 47°57′40″N 097°24′04″W / 47.96111°N 97.40111°W / 47.96111; -97.40111 (Grand Forks AFB) Air Combat Command   319th Reconnaissance Wing The 319th Reconnaissance Wing operates the RQ-4B Global Hawk in the high-altitude intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance role.[27]
Hanscom Air Force Base Lincoln Massachusetts 42°28′12″N 071°17′21″W / 42.47000°N 71.28917°W / 42.47000; -71.28917 (Hanscom AFB) Air Force Materiel Command   66th Air Base Group Non-flying installation, hosting the Electronic Systems Center, part of the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center.[28]
Hill Air Force Base Ogden Utah 41°07′26″N 111°58′22″W / 41.12389°N 111.97278°W / 41.12389; -111.97278 (Hill AFB) Air Force Materiel Command   75th Air Base Wing
The USAF's second largest base, home to the Ogden Air Logistics Complex, the 748th Supply Chain Management Group and several directorates of the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center and Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center. The 388th Fighter Wing and 419th Fighter Wing operate the F-35A Lightning II.[29]
Homey Airport Groom Lake Nevada 37°14′0″N 115°48′30″W / 37.23333°N 115.80833°W / 37.23333; -115.80833 (Homey Airport) Air Force Materiel Command   Air Force Test Center (Detachment 3) Classified test facility popularly known as Area 51, located within the Nevada Test and Training Range.[30]
Holloman Air Force Base Alamogordo New Mexico 32°51′09″N 106°06′23″W / 32.85250°N 106.10639°W / 32.85250; -106.10639 (Holloman AFB) Air Combat Command   49th Wing
The 49th Wing trains crews to operate the MQ-9A Reaper and F-16C/D Fighting Falcon. Also home to the 704th Test Group which performs high speed sled track testing, navigation and guidance system testing, radar signature measurements and weapon systems flight testing. The group also operates the C-12J Huron and T-38C Talon.[31]
Hurlburt Field Mary Esther Florida 30°25′40″N 086°41′22″W / 30.42778°N 86.68944°W / 30.42778; -86.68944 (Hurlburt Field) Air Force Special Operations Command  
1st Special Operations Wing
Home to the 1st Special Operations Wing, 24th Special Operations Wing, 492nd Special Operations Wing, Headquarters Air Force Special Operations Command and several special forces training and test & evaluation units. Aircraft flown includes the AC-130U Spooky, AC-130W Stinger II, AC-130J Ghostrider, CV-22B Osprey, MC-130H Combat Talon II, MC-130J Commando II, MQ-9A Reaper and U-28A Draco. 505th Command and Control Wing provides training and testing for command and control systems.
Keesler Air Force Base Biloxi Mississippi 30°24′41″N 088°55′25″W / 30.41139°N 88.92361°W / 30.41139; -88.92361 (Keesler AFB) Air Education and Training Command   81st Training Wing
The 81st Training Wing provides a wide range of non-flying technical training. Also home to the 403rd Wing operating the WC-130J Super Hercules & C-130J Super Hercules and the Headquarters of the Second Air Force.[32]
Kegelman Air Force Auxiliary Field Cherokee Oklahoma 36°44′17″N 098°07′34″W / 36.73806°N 98.12611°W / 36.73806; -98.12611 (Kegelman Air Force Auxiliary Field) Air Education and Training Command   71st Flying Training Wing Airfield used for training by T-1A Jayhawk, T-6A Texan II and T-38C Talon aircraft of the 71st Flying Training Wing at Vance AFB.[33]
Kirtland Air Force Base Albuquerque New Mexico 35°02′25″N 106°36′33″W / 35.04028°N 106.60917°W / 35.04028; -106.60917 (Kirtland AFB) Air Force Materiel Command  
377th Air Base Wing
Center for research, development and testing of non-conventional weapons, space and missile technology and laser warfare. Home to the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center, Air Force Safety Center and Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center. The 58th Special Operations Wing and the New Mexico Air National Guard's 150th Special Operations Wing train special operations crews to operate the CV-22B Osprey, HC-130J Combat King II, MC-130J Commando II, HH-60G Pave Hawk and UH-1N Iroquois.[34]
Joint Base Langley–Eustis Hampton Virginia 37°04′58″N 076°21′38″W / 37.08278°N 76.36056°W / 37.08278; -76.36056 (Joint Base Langley–Eustis) Air Combat Command   633rd Air Base Wing USAF operated joint base. Home to the 1st Fighter Wing and the Virginia Air National Guard's 192d Fighter Wing, both flying the F-22A Raptor. The base also hosts the headquarters of Air Combat Command, the 363rd Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) Wing and the 480th ISR Wing.[35]
Laughlin Air Force Base Del Rio Texas 29°21′34″N 100°46′41″W / 29.35944°N 100.77806°W / 29.35944; -100.77806 (Laughlin AFB) Air Education and Training Command   47th Flying Training Wing Operates the T-1A Jayhawk, T-38C Talon and T-6A Texan II in the pilot training role.[36]
Joint Base Lewis-McChord Tacoma Washington 47°08′51″N 122°28′46″W / 47.14750°N 122.47944°W / 47.14750; -122.47944 (Joint Base Lewis-McChord-AF) Air Mobility Command   627th Air Base Group US Army operated joint base. The 62nd Airlift Wing and 446th Airlift Wing operate the C-17A Globemaster III. The Washington Air National Guard operates the Western Air Defense Sector.[37]
Little Rock Air Force Base Jacksonville Arkansas 34°55′01″N 092°08′47″W / 34.91694°N 92.14639°W / 34.91694; -92.14639 (Little Rock AFB) Air Mobility Command  
19th Airlift Wing The 189th Airlift Wing and the Arkansas Air National Guard's 314th Airlift Wing deliver training to C-130 Hercules aircrews from across the US military and allied nations, whereas the 19th Airlift Wing and 913th Airlift Group fly the Hercules operationally.[38]
Los Angeles Air Force Base El Segundo California 33°55′08.79″N 118°22′50.23″W / 33.9191083°N 118.3806194°W / 33.9191083; -118.3806194 (Los Angeles AFB) US Space Force   61st Air Base Group Non-flying installation, home to the Space and Missile Systems Center. The center manages research, development and acquisition of military space systems.[39]
Luke Air Force Base Glendale Arizona 33°32′06″N 112°22′59″W / 33.53500°N 112.38306°W / 33.53500; -112.38306 (Luke AFB) Air Education and Training Command   56th Fighter Wing
The 56th Fighter Wing (the largest fighter wing in the USAF) and the 944th Fighter Wing train pilots to operate the F-16 Fighting Falcon and F-35A Lightning II.[40]
MacDill Air Force Base Tampa Florida 27°50′58″N 082°31′16″W / 27.84944°N 82.52111°W / 27.84944; -82.52111 (MacDill AFB) Air Combat Command   6th Air Refueling Wing Home to the 6th Air Refueling Wing and 927th Air Refueling Wing operating the KC-135R Stratotanker. Also home to the headquartesr of US Central Command and US Special Operations Command.[41]
Malmstrom Air Force Base Great Falls Montana 47°30′17″N 111°11′14″W / 47.50472°N 111.18722°W / 47.50472; -111.18722 (Malmstrom AFB) Air Force Global Strike Command   341st Missile Wing LGM-30G Minuteman III base with launch facilities throughout central Montana, supported by the 582nd Helicopter Group's UH-1N Iroquois helicopters.[42]
Maxwell Air Force Base Montgomery Alabama 32°22′45″N 086°21′45″W / 32.37917°N 86.36250°W / 32.37917; -86.36250 (Maxwell AFB) Air Education and Training Command   42nd Air Base Wing Headquarters of Air Education and Training Command and home to the Air University. The 908th Airlift Wing operates the C-130H Hercules.[43]
McConnell Air Force Base Wichita Kansas 37°37′23″N 097°16′02″W / 37.62306°N 97.26722°W / 37.62306; -97.26722 (McConnell AFB) Air Mobility Command   22d Air Refueling Wing The 22nd Air Refueling Wing and 931st Air Refueling Wing operate the KC-135R/T Stratotanker. The Kansas Air National Guard's 184th Wing performs a variety of roles including intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance and cyber warfare.[44]
Joint Base McGuire–Dix–Lakehurst Trenton New Jersey 40°01′09″N 074°31′22″W / 40.01917°N 74.52278°W / 40.01917; -74.52278 (McGuire AFB) Air Mobility Command   87th Air Base Wing USAF operated joint base. The 305th Air Mobility Wing and 514th Air Mobility Wing operate the C-17A Globemaster III and KC-10A Extender. Also home to the New Jersey Air National Guard's 108th Wing operating the KC-135R Stratotanker. The 621st Contingency Response Wing is part of the USAF Expeditionary Center which is also based there.
Minot Air Force Base Minot North Dakota 48°24′57″N 101°21′29″W / 48.41583°N 101.35806°W / 48.41583; -101.35806 (Minot AFB) Air Force Global Strike Command   5th Bomb Wing The 5th Bomb Wing operate the B-52H Stratofortress. The 91st Missile Wing man LGM-30G Minuteman III launch facilities throughout North Dakota, supported by the 582nd Helicopter Group's UH-1N Iroquois helicopters[45]
Moody Air Force Base Valdosta Georgia 30°58′4″N 83°11′34″W / 30.96778°N 83.19278°W / 30.96778; -83.19278 (Moody AFB) Air Combat Command   23rd Wing The 23rd Wing operates the A-10C Thunderbolt II, HC-130J Combat King II and HH-60G Pave Hawk in the close air support and combat search and rescue roles. Other units include The 476th Fighter Group also operates the A-10A and the 93rd Air Ground Operations Wing provides force protection capability.[46]
Mountain Home Air Force Base Mountain Home Idaho 43°02′37″N 115°52′21″W / 43.04361°N 115.87250°W / 43.04361; -115.87250 (Mountain Home AFB) Air Combat Command   366th Fighter Wing The 366th Fighter Wing operates the F-15E Strike Eagle.[47]
Nellis Air Force Base Las Vegas Nevada 36°14′10″N 115°02′03″W / 36.23611°N 115.03417°W / 36.23611; -115.03417 (Nellis AFB) Air Combat Command   99th Air Base Wing Home of the USAF Warfare Center, the air force's advanced air combat training center, comprising the 53rd Test and Evaluation Group, the 57th Wing and US Air Force Weapons School. The 563rd Rescue Group, 926th Wing and the USAF Air Demonstration Squadron (Thunderbirds) are also based at Nellis.[48]
New Boston Air Force Station Manchester New Hampshire 42°56′32.46″N 71°38′9.94″W / 42.9423500°N 71.6360944°W / 42.9423500; -71.6360944 US Space Force   23rd Space Operations Squadron Tracking station forming part of the Air Force Satellite Control Network. Geographically Separate Unit of the 50th Space Wing.[49]
North Auxiliary Airfield North South Carolina 33°37′01″N 081°04′59″W / 33.61694°N 81.08306°W / 33.61694; -81.08306 (North Auxiliary Airfield) Air Mobility Command   628th Civil Engineer Squadron Geographically Separate Unit of the 628th Air Base Wing at Joint Base Charleston, utilised for training by C-17A Globemaster III aircraft of the 437th and 315th Airlift Wings.[50]
Offutt Air Force Base Bellevue Nebraska 41°07′10″N 095°54′31″W / 41.11944°N 95.90861°W / 41.11944; -95.90861 (Offutt AFB) Air Combat Command   55th Wing The 55th Wing and Nebraska Air National Guard's 170th Group operate a range of OC-135, RC-135 and WC-135 aircraft in the intelligence gathering, reconnaissance and surveillance roles. Offut is also home to the 557th Weather Wing and 595th Command and Control Group operating the E-4B Advanced Airborne Command Post and the headquarters of US Strategic Command.[51]
Patrick Air Force Base Brevard County Florida 28°14′06″N 080°36′36″W / 28.23500°N 80.61000°W / 28.23500; -80.61000 (Patrick AFB) US Space Force   45th Space Wing The 45th Space Wing manages all launches of unmanned rockets at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. These rockets include satellites for the US military, and the National Reconnaissance Office as well as scientific payload launches in support of NASA and foreign governments. The 920th Rescue Wing operates the HC-130N Combat King and HH-60G Pave Hawk.[52]
Peterson Air Force Base Colorado Springs Colorado 38°49′25″N 104°41′42″W / 38.82361°N 104.69500°W / 38.82361; -104.69500 (Peterson AFB) US Space Force   21st Space Wing
The 21st Space Wing provides missile warning and space control to NORAD and US Strategic Command through a network of command and control units and ground and space-based sensors operated by geographically separate units around the world. The 302nd Airlift Wing and 731st Airlift Squadron operate the C-130H Hercules.[53]
Pillar Point Air Force Station Half Moon Bay California 37°29′52.3″N 122°29′54.1″W / 37.497861°N 122.498361°W / 37.497861; -122.498361 (Pillar Point Air Force Station) US Space Force   Parented by the 30th Space Wing Provides telemetry gathering for space launches from Vandenberg AFB and aircraft testing from Edwards AFB.[54]
Pope Field Fayetteville North Carolina 35°10′15″N 079°00′52″W / 35.17083°N 79.01444°W / 35.17083; -79.01444 (Pope AAF) Air Mobility Command   43rd Air Mobility Operations Group US Army installation (part of Fort Bragg) hosting the USAF's 43rd Air Mobility Operations Group, 18th Air Support Operations Group and several units of Air Force Special Operations Command.[55]
Robins Air Force Base Warner Robins Georgia 32°38′24″N 083°35′30″W / 32.64000°N 83.59167°W / 32.64000; -83.59167 (Robins AFB) Air Force Materiel Command   78th Air Base Wing
The Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex is the primary logistics support depot for the F-15 Eagle, C-130 Hercules, C-5M Galaxy and C-17A Globemaster III. Robins is also home to various directorates of the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, the headquarters of Air Force Reserve Command and the 461st Air Control Wing & 116th Air Control Wing (Georgia Air National Guard) both operating the E-8C JSTARS.[56]
Rome Research Site Rome New York 43°13′16.9″N 75°24′30.8″W / 43.221361°N 75.408556°W / 43.221361; -75.408556 (Rome Research Site) Air Force Materiel Command   AFRL Information Directorate Non-flying installation, home to the Information Directorate of Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL).[57]
Joint Base San Antonio San Antonio Texas 29°26′56″N 098°26′56″W / 29.44889°N 98.44889°W / 29.44889; -98.44889 (JB San Antonio) Air Education and Training Command   502nd Air Base Wing USAF operated joint base across several sites. JBSA-Randolph is home to the 12th Flying Training Wing and provides s undergraduate pilot training, flying the T-6A Texan II, T-1A Jayhawk and T-38C Talon. JBSA-Lackland is a non-flying facility that provides basic and technical training and Kelly Field Annex is home to the 149th Fighter Wing (F-16C/D Fighting Falcon) 433rd Airlift Wing (C-5M Galaxy).[58]
Schriever Air Force Base Colorado Springs Colorado 38°48′12″N 104°31′32″W / 38.80333°N 104.52556°W / 38.80333; -104.52556 (Schriever AFB) US Space Force   50th Space Wing
Non-flying installation, the 50th Space Wing and 310th Space Wing support satellite programs including the Global Positioning System, Defense Satellite Communications System, Wideband Global Satellite Communications, Milstar, Defense Meteorological Satellite Program, Space Based Space Surveillance, Operationally Responsive Space satellite system, Advanced Extremely High Frequency, X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle and the worldwide Air Force Satellite Control Network.[59]
Scott Air Force Base Belleville Illinois 38°32′43″N 089°50′07″W / 38.54528°N 89.83528°W / 38.54528; -89.83528 (Scott AFB) Air Mobility Command   375th Air Mobility Wing The 375th Air Mobility Wing operates the C-21A Learjet, C-40C Clipper and KC-135R Stratotanker. The Illinois Air National Guard's 126th Air Refueling Wing also operates the KC-135R and the 932nd Airlift Wing the C-40C. Also home to the headquarters of Air Mobility Command and the Eighteenth Air Force.[60]
Seymour Johnson Air Force Base Goldsboro North Carolina 35°20′22″N 077°57′38″W / 35.33944°N 77.96056°W / 35.33944; -77.96056 (Seymour Johnson AFB) Air Combat Command   4th Fighter Wing The 4th Fighter Wing and 414th Fighter Group operate the F-15E Strike Eagle and the 916th Air Refueling Wing the KC-135R Stratotanker.[61]
Shaw Air Force Base Sumter South Carolina 33°58′23″N 080°28′22″W / 33.97306°N 80.47278°W / 33.97306; -80.47278 (Shaw Air Force Base) Air Combat Command   20th Fighter Wing The 20th Fighter Wing operates the F-16C/D Fighting Falcon and the 25th Attack Group the MQ-9A Reaper. Also home to the headquarters of the Ninth Air Force.[62]
Sheppard Air Force Base Wichita Falls Texas 33°59′20″N 098°29′31″W / 33.98889°N 98.49194°W / 33.98889; -98.49194 (Sheppard AFB) Air Education and Training Command   82nd Training Wing The 82nd Training Wing provides ground technical training, whilst the 80th Flying Training Wing and 340th Flying Training Group provide flying training and operate the T-6A Texan II and T-38C Talon.[63]
Tinker Air Force Base Oklahoma City Oklahoma 35°24′53″N 097°23′12″W / 35.41472°N 97.38667°W / 35.41472; -97.38667 (Tinker AFB) Air Force Materiel Command   72nd Air Base Wing The Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex is the primary logistics support depot for B-1B Lancer, B-2A Spirit, B-52H Stratofortress, KC-135R Stratotanker and E-3 Sentry. The 552nd Air Control Wing and 513th Air Control Group operate the E-3 Sentry and the 507th Air Refueling Wing the KC-135R Stratotanker.[64][65][66]
Tonopah Test Range Airport Tonopah Nevada 37°47′41″N 116°46′43″W / 37.79472°N 116.77861°W / 37.79472; -116.77861 (Tonopah Test Range Airport) Air Combat Command   30th Reconnaissance Squadron The 30th Reconnaissance Squadron is a Geographically Separate Unit of the 432nd Wing and operates the RQ-170 Sentinel UAV.[67]
Travis Air Force Base Fairfield California 38°15′46″N 121°55′39″W / 38.26278°N 121.92750°W / 38.26278; -121.92750 (Travis AFB) Air Mobility Command   60th Air Mobility Wing The 60th Air Mobility Wing and 349th Air Mobility Wing operate the C-5M Galaxy, C-17A Globemaster III and KC-10A Extender. Also home to the David Grant USAF Medical Center.[68]
Tyndall Air Force Base Panama City Florida 30°4′43″N 85°34′35″W / 30.07861°N 85.57639°W / 30.07861; -85.57639 (Tyndall AFB) Air Combat Command   325th Fighter Wing The 325th Fighter Wing and 44th Fighter Group operate the F-22A Raptor and T-38A/B/C Talon and the 82nd Aerial Targets Squadron a range of drone targets. Also home to the headquarters of the First Air Force and the 601st Air and Space Operations Center, providing Command and control for air defense, homeland security and civil support missions for North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD).[69]
United States Air Force Academy Colorado Springs Colorado 38°59′25″N 104°51′30″W / 38.99028°N 104.85833°W / 38.99028; -104.85833 (USAF Academy) Chief of Staff of the Air Force   10th Air Base Wing Military academy for the US Air Force and US Space Force. It is both a military organization and a university, much of which is set up like most other Air Force bases, but the Superintendent, Commandant, Dean of Faculty and cadet wing are set up like a civilian university. The 306th Flying Training Group operates a variety of light training aircraft and gliders.[70][71]
Vance Air Force Base Enid Oklahoma 36°20′22″N 097°55′02″W / 36.33944°N 97.91722°W / 36.33944; -97.91722 (Vance ANGB) Air Education and Training Command   71st Flying Training Wing 71st Flying Training Wing and 5th Flying Training Squadron provide undergraduate pilot training, flying the T-1A Jayhawk, T-6A Texan II and T-38C Talon.T-38C Talon.[72][73]
Vandenberg Air Force Base Lompoc California 34°43′57″N 120°34′05″W / 34.73250°N 120.56806°W / 34.73250; -120.56806 (Vandenberg AFB) US Space Force   30th Space Wing The 30th Space Wing supports West Coast launch activities for the Air Force, Department of Defense, NASA, national programs and various private industry contractors, using a variety of expendable vehicles including Atlas V, Delta IV, Delta II, Pegasus, Minotaur, Taurus and Falcon.[74]
Whiteman Air Force Base Knob Noster Missouri 38°43′49″N 093°32′53″W / 38.73028°N 93.54806°W / 38.73028; -93.54806 (Whiteman AFB) Air Force Global Strike Command   509th Bomb Wing The 509th Bomb Wing and the Missouri Air National Guard's 131st Bomb Wing operates the B-2A Spirit, T-38A Talon. Other units include the 442nd Fighter Wing (A-10C Thunderbolt II) and the 20th Attack Squadron (MQ-9A Reaper).[75]
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Dayton Ohio 39°49′23″N 084°02′58″W / 39.82306°N 84.04944°W / 39.82306; -84.04944 (Wright-Patterson AFB) Air Force Materiel Command   88th Air Base Wing Headquarters of Air Force Material Command, supporting a wide range of logistics, research & development and acquisition activities. Organisations include the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Air Force Research Laboratory, Air Force Institute of Technology and the National Air and Space Intelligence Center. The 445th Airlift Wing operates the C-17A Globemaster III. Also home to the National Museum of the US Air Force.[76]

Air National Guard & Air Force ReserveEdit

Air National Guard units are a reserve military force composed of state Air National Guard militia members or federally recognized units and report to the governor of their respective state, territory (Puerto Rico, Guam, Virgin Islands) or the commanding general of the District of Columbia National Guard. Each of the 54 Air National Guard organizations is supervised by the adjutant general of the state or territory,[77]

Air Force Reserve units are aligned under Fourth Air Force, Tenth Air Force and Twenty-Second Air Force of the Air Force Reserve Command. The command has Fighter, Air Refueling and Airlift units, and is administratively responsible for all the Air Force's individual mobilization augmentees.[78]

Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve installations and locations within the contiguous United States
Name Location State Coordinates Commanding organization Wing or unit emblem Host wing or primary unit Primary missions and units
Abston Air National Guard Station Montgomery Alabama 32°21′22″N 086°20′48″W / 32.35611°N 86.34667°W / 32.35611; -86.34667 (Abston ANGS) Alabama Air National Guard   226th Combat Communications Group Non-flying installation. The 226th Combat Communications Group operates in the combat communications role.[79]
Atlantic City Air National Guard Base Atlantic City New Jersey 39°26′53″N 074°34′54″W / 39.44806°N 74.58167°W / 39.44806; -74.58167 (Atlantic city ANGB) New Jersey Air National Guard   177th Fighter Wing Airfield shared with Atlantic City International Airport. The 177th Fighter Wing operates the F-16C Fighting Falcon multi-role fighter.[80]
Bangor Air National Guard Base Bangor Maine 44°48′51″N 068°49′51″W / 44.81417°N 68.83083°W / 44.81417; -68.83083 (Bangor ANGB) Maine Air National Guard   101st Air Refueling Wing Airfield shared with Bangor International Airport. The 101st Air Refueling Wing operates the KC-135R Stratotanker.[81]
Barnes Air National Guard Base Westfield Massachusetts 42°09′56″N 072°43′14″W / 42.16556°N 72.72056°W / 42.16556; -72.72056 (Barnes ANGB) Massachusetts Air National Guard   104th Fighter Wing Airfield shared with Westfield-Barnes Regional Airport. The 104th Fighter Wing operates the F-15C Eagle air superiority fighter.[82]
Battle Creek Air National Guard Base Springfield Michigan 42°18′26.2″N 85°15′05.3″W / 42.307278°N 85.251472°W / 42.307278; -85.251472 (Kellogg ANGB) Michigan Air National Guard   110th Attack Wing Airfield shared with W. K. Kellogg Airport. The 110th Attack Wing operates the MQ-9A Reaper.[83]
Berry Field Air National Guard Base Nashville Tennessee 36°07′36″N 86°40′55″W / 36.12667°N 86.68194°W / 36.12667; -86.68194 (Berry Field ANGB) Tennessee Air National Guard   118th Airlift Wing Airfield shared with Nashville International Airport. The 118th Airlift Wing operates the MQ-9A Reaper and also performs in the intelligence, cyber systems and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) roles.[84]
Bradley Air National Guard Base Windsor Locks Connecticut 41°56′20″N 72°41′0″W / 41.93889°N 72.68333°W / 41.93889; -72.68333 (Bradley ANGB) Connecticut Air National Guard   103rd Airlift Wing Airfield shared with Bradley International Airport. The 103rd Airlift Wing operates the C-130H Hercules in the airlift role.[85]
Brunswick Air National Guard Station Brunswick Georgia 31°14′51.9″N 81°29′09″W / 31.247750°N 81.48583°W / 31.247750; -81.48583 (Brunswick ANGS) Georgia Air National Guard   224th Joint Communications Support Squadron Non-flying installation. The 224th Joint Communications Support Squadron is a Geographically Separate Unit of the 165th Airlift Wing and provides deployable tactical communications for Joint and Special Operations Task Force Headquarters.[86]
Burlington Air National Guard Base Burlington Vermont 44°28′22″N 073°08′48″W / 44.47278°N 73.14667°W / 44.47278; -73.14667 (Burlington ANGB) Vermont Air National Guard   158th Fighter Wing Airfield shared with Burlington International Airport. The 158th Fighter Wing operates the F-35A Lighting II multi-role fighter.[87]
Capital Airport Air National Guard Station Springfield Illinois 39°50′39″N 089°40′41″W / 39.84417°N 89.67806°W / 39.84417; -89.67806 (Capital Airport NGS) Illinois Air National Guard   183rd Wing Airfield shared with Abraham Lincoln Capital Airport. The 183rd Wing is a Centralized Intermediate Repair Facility which repairs and maintains General Electric F110 engines used in the Air Force's F-16 Fighting Falcons.[88]
Channel Islands Air National Guard Station Oxnard California 34°06′54″N 119°06′37″W / 34.11500°N 119.11028°W / 34.11500; -119.11028 (Bradley ANGB) California Air National Guard   146th Airlift Wing Airfield shared with Naval Air Station Point Mugu. The 146th Airlift Wing operates the C-130J Super Hercules in the airlift and aerial firefighting roles, also home to the 562nd Air Force Band.[89]
Charlotte Air National Guard Base Charlotte North Carolina 35°12′58″N 80°55′55″W / 35.21611°N 80.93194°W / 35.21611; -80.93194 (Charlotte ANGB) North Carolina Air National Guard   145th Airlift Wing Airfield shared with Charlotte Douglas International Airport. The 145th Airlift Wing operates the C-17A Globemaster III in the airlift role.[90]
Dallas Air Guard Station Grand Prairie Texas 32°44′24″N 096°58′12″W / 32.74000°N 96.97000°W / 32.74000; -96.97000 (Hensley Field) Texas Air National Guard   254th Combat Communications Group Non-flying installation, forming part of the Grand Prairie Armed Forces Reserve Complex. Geographically Separate Unit of the 136th Airlift Wing.[91]
Des Moines Air National Guard Base Des Moines Iowa 41°32′18″N 093°39′34″W / 41.53833°N 93.65944°W / 41.53833; -93.65944 (Des Moines ANGB) Iowa Air National Guard   132nd Wing Airfield shared with Des Moines International Airport. The 132nd Wing operates the MQ-9A Reaper.[92]
Dobbins Air Reserve Base Marietta Georgia 33°54′55″N 084°30′59″W / 33.91528°N 84.51639°W / 33.91528; -84.51639 (Dobbins ARB) Air Force Reserve Command   94th Airlift Wing The 94th Airlift Wing operates the C-130H Hercules in the airlift role, also home to the headquarters of the Twenty-Second Air Force[93]
Duke Field Crestview Florida 30°39′01″N 086°31′22″W / 30.65028°N 86.52278°W / 30.65028; -86.52278 (Duke Field) Air Force Reserve Command   919th Special Operations Wing The 919th Special Operations Wing and elements of the 492nd Special Operations Wing operate the C-145A Skytruck and C-146A Wolfhound.[94] Elements of the 96th Operations Group operate a range of special operations aircraft in the test and evaluation role.
Duluth Air National Guard Base Duluth Minnesota 46°50′32″N 92°11′37″W / 46.84222°N 92.19361°W / 46.84222; -92.19361 (Duluth ANGB) Minnesota Air National Guard   148th Fighter Wing Airfield shared with Duluth International Airport. The 177th Fighter Wing operates the F-16C Fighting Falcon multi-role fighter.[95]
Ebbing Air National Guard Base Fort Smith Arkansas 35°20′12″N 94°22′03″W / 35.33667°N 94.36750°W / 35.33667; -94.36750 (Fort Smith ANGB) Arkansas Air National Guard   188th Wing Airfield shared with Fort Smith Regional Airport. The 188th Wing operates the MQ-9A Reaper and also performs in the intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) role.[96]
Ellington Field Joint Reserve Base Houston Texas 29°36′26″N 95°09′32″W / 29.60722°N 95.15889°W / 29.60722; -95.15889 (Ellington Field JRB) Texas Air National Guard   147th Attack Wing Airfield shared with Ellington Airport. The 147th Attack Wing operates the MQ-9A Reaper.[97]
Fargo Air National Guard Base Fargo North Dakota 46°55′14″N 096°48′57″W / 46.92056°N 96.81583°W / 46.92056; -96.81583 (Fargo ANGB) North Dakota Air National Guard   119th Wing Airfield shared with Hector International Airport. The 119th Wing operates the MQ-9A Reaper.[98]
Forbes Field Air National Guard Base Topeka Kansas 38°57′04″N 095°39′57″W / 38.95111°N 95.66583°W / 38.95111; -95.66583 (Forbes Field ANGB) Kansas Air National Guard   190th Air Refueling Wing Airfield shared with Topeka Regional Airport. The 190th Air Refueling Wing operates the KC-135 Stratotanker.[99]
Fort Dodge Air National Guard Station Fort Dodge Iowa 42°33′02.5″N 94°10′45.3″W / 42.550694°N 94.179250°W / 42.550694; -94.179250 (Fort Dodge ANGS) Iowa Air National Guard   133rd Test Squadron Non-flying installation. The 133rd Test Squadron provides testing and evaluation of command, control, communications, computers and Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) systems.[100]
Fort Wayne Air National Guard Base Fort Wayne Indiana 40°58′42″N 085°11′42″W / 40.97833°N 85.19500°W / 40.97833; -85.19500 (Fort Wayne ANGS) Indiana Air National Guard   122nd Fighter Wing Airfield shared with Fort Wayne International Airport. The 122nd Fighter operates the A-10C Thunderbolt II.[101]
Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth Fort Worth Texas 32°46′09″N 097°26′30″W / 32.76917°N 97.44167°W / 32.76917; -97.44167 (NASJRB Fort Worth) Various N/A US Navy operated joint reserve base. Air Force Reserve Command's 301st Fighter Wing operates the F-16C Fighting Falcon and the Texas Air National Guard's 136th Airlift Wing operates the C-130 Hercules. Home to headquarters of the Tenth Air Force.
Francis S. Gabreski Air National Guard Base Westhampton Beach New York 40°50′13″N 072°38′32″W / 40.83694°N 72.64222°W / 40.83694; -72.64222 (Francis S. Gabreski ANGB) New York Air National Guard   106th Rescue Wing Airfield shared with Francis S. Gabreski Airport. The 106th Rescue Wing operates the HC-130J Combat King II and HH-60G Pave Hawk in the combat search and rescue role.[102]
Fresno Air National Guard Base Fresno California 36°46′34″N 119°43′50″W / 36.77611°N 119.73056°W / 36.77611; -119.73056 (Fresno ANGB) California Air National Guard   144th Fighter Wing Airfield shared with Fresno Yosemite International Airport. The 104th Fighter Wing operates the F-15C Eagle air superiority fighter.[103]
General Mitchell Air National Guard Base Milwaukee Wisconsin 42°56′50″N 087°53′48″W / 42.94722°N 87.89667°W / 42.94722; -87.89667 (General Mitchell ANGB) Wisconsin Air National Guard   128th Air Refueling Wing Airfield shared with Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport. The 128th Air Refueling Wing operates the KC-135R Stratotanker.[104]
Gowen Field Air National Guard Base Boise Idaho 43°33′52″N 116°13′22″W / 43.56444°N 116.22278°W / 43.56444; -116.22278 (Gowen Field ANGB) Idaho Air National Guard   124th Fighter Wing Airfield shared with Boise Airport. The 124th Fighter Wing operates the A-10C Thunderbolt II.[105]
Great Falls Air National Guard Base Great Falls Montana 47°28′55.20″N 111°22′14.46″W / 47.4820000°N 111.3706833°W / 47.4820000; -111.3706833 (Great Falls ANGB) Montana Air National Guard   120th Airlift Wing Airfield shared with Great Falls International Airport. The 120th Airlift Wing operates the C-130H Hercules.[106]
Greeley Air National Guard Station Greeley Colorado 40°25′25.8″N 104°38′24.6″W / 40.423833°N 104.640167°W / 40.423833; -104.640167 (Greeley ANGS) Colorado Air National Guard   233rd Space Group Non-flying installation. The 233rd Space Group provides a mobile ground system (MGS) missile warning capability.[107]
Grissom Air Reserve Base Kokomo Indiana 40°38′53″N 086°09′08″W / 40.64806°N 86.15222°W / 40.64806; -86.15222 (Grissom ARB) Air Force Reserve Command   434th Air Refueling Wing The 434th Air Refueling Wing operates the KC-135R Stratotanker.[108]
Goldwater Air National Guard Base Phoenix Arizona 33°25′36″N 112°00′43″W / 33.42667°N 112.01194°W / 33.42667; -112.01194 (Sky Harbor ANGB) Arizona Air National Guard   161st Air Refueling Wing Airfield shared with Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. The 161st Air Refueling Wing operates the KC-135R Stratotanker.
Gulfport Combat Readiness Training Center Gulfport Mississippi 30°24′26″N 089°04′12″W / 30.40722°N 89.07000°W / 30.40722; -89.07000 (Gulfport CRTS) Mississippi Air National Guard   N/A Hosts regular deployments of Army and Air Force national guard units, offering training airspace over an area directly adjacent to the Gulf of Mexico. Home of the 209th Special Operations Civil Engineer Squadron and 255th Air Control Squadron.[109]
Hall Air Guard Station Dothan Alabama 31°19′46.7″N 85°27′57.2″W / 31.329639°N 85.465889°W / 31.329639; -85.465889 (Hall Air National Guard Station) Alabama Air National Guard   280th Special Operations Communications Squadron Non-flying installation. Geographically Separate Unit of the 226th Combat Communications Group, providing provide strategic air defense & sovereignty and air tactical warning & assessment to NORAD.[110]
Hancock Field Air National Guard Base Syracuse New York 43°06′41″N 076°07′25″W / 43.11139°N 76.12361°W / 43.11139; -76.12361 (Hancock Field) New York Air National Guard   174th Attack Wing Airfield shared with Syracuse Hancock International Airport. The 174th Attack Wing operates the MQ-9A Reaper. Also home to the 274th Air Support Operations Squadron.[111]
Harrisburg Air Station Middletown Middletown Pennsylvania 40°11′37″N 076°45′48″W / 40.19361°N 76.76333°W / 40.19361; -76.76333 (Harrisburg ANGB) Pennsylvania Air National Guard   193rd Special Operations Wing Airfield shared with Harrisburg International Airport. 193rd Special Operations Wing operates the EC-130J Commando Solo in the psychological operations (PSYOP) role.[112]
Homestead Air Reserve Base Homestead Florida 25°29′18″N 080°23′01″W / 25.48833°N 80.38361°W / 25.48833; -80.38361 (Homestead ARB) Air Force Reserve Command   482nd Fighter Wing The 482nd Fighter Wing and 367th Fighter Squadron operate the F-16C/D Fighting Falcon whereas a detachment of the 125th Fighter Wing operates the F-15C Eagle.[113][114]
Horsham Air National Guard Station Horsham Township Pennsylvania 40°11′59″N 075°08′53″W / 40.19972°N 75.14806°W / 40.19972; -75.14806 (NASJRB Willow Grove) Pennsylvania Air National Guard   111th Attack Wing The 111th Attack Wing operates the MQ-9A Reaper.[115]
Hulman Field Air National Guard Base Terre Haute Indiana 39°27′05″N 087°18′27″W / 39.45139°N 87.30750°W / 39.45139; -87.30750 (Terre Haute ANGB) Indiana Air National Guard   181st Intelligence Wing Non-flying installation. The 181st Intelligence Wing monitors, process, exploits, and disseminates near real-time information from unmanned aerial vehicles operating globally.[116]
Jackson Air National Guard Base Jackson Mississippi 32°18′40″N 090°04′33″W / 32.31111°N 90.07583°W / 32.31111; -90.07583 (Jackson ANGB) Mississippi Air National Guard   172nd Airlift Wing Airfield shared with Jackson–Medgar Wiley Evers International Airport. The 172nd Airlift Wing operates the C-17A Globemaster III.[117]
Jacksonville Air National Guard Base Jacksonville, Florida Florida 30°29′39″N 081°41′16″W / 30.49417°N 81.68778°W / 30.49417; -81.68778 (Jacksonville ANGB) Florida Air National Guard   125th Fighter Wing Airfield shared with Jacksonville International Airport. The 125th Fighter Wing operates the F-15C Eagle air superiority fighter.[118]
Jefferson Barracks Air National Guard Station St Louis Missouri 38°30′14.3″N 90°16′48.9″W / 38.503972°N 90.280250°W / 38.503972; -90.280250 (Jefferson Barracks ANGS) Missouri Air National Guard   157th Air Operations Group Non-flying installation within the Jefferson Barracks Military Post. Geographically Separate Unit of the 131st Bomb Wing, providing a command and control (C2) capability.[119]
Joe Foss Field Air National Guard Station Sioux Falls South Dakota 43°34′55″N 096°44′31″W / 43.58194°N 96.74194°W / 43.58194; -96.74194 (Joe Foss Field ANGS) South Dakota Air National Guard   114th Fighter Wing Airfield shared with Sioux Falls Regional Airport. The 114th Fighter Wing operates the F-16C Fighting Falcon multi-role fighter.[120]
Key Field Air National Guard Base Meridian Mississippi 32°19′57″N 088°45′07″W / 32.33250°N 88.75194°W / 32.33250; -88.75194 (Key Field ANGB) Mississippi Air National Guard   186th Air Refueling Wing Airfield shared with Meridian Regional Airport. The 186th Air Refueling Wing operates the KC-135R Stratotanker and the RC-26B Condor. Also home to the 238th Air Support Operations Squadron and 248th Air Traffic Control Squadron.[121]
Kingsley Field Air National Guard Base Klamath Falls Oregon 42°09′22″N 121°43′59″W / 42.15611°N 121.73306°W / 42.15611; -121.73306 (Kingsley Field ANGB) Oregon Air National Guard   173rd Fighter Wing Airfield shared with Klamath Falls Airport. The 173rd Fighter Wing trains Air National Guard and active duty F-15 Eagle pilots. Also home to the 270th Air Traffic Control Squadron.[122]
Lincoln Air National Guard Base Lincoln Nebraska 40°51′04″N 096°45′33″W / 40.85111°N 96.75917°W / 40.85111; -96.75917 (Lincoln AFB) Nebraska Air National Guard   155th Air Refueling Wing Airport shared with Lincoln Airport. The 155th Air Refueling Wing operates the KC-135R Stratotanker.[123]
Louisville Air National Guard Base Louisville Kentucky 38°10′41″N 85°43′29″W / 38.17806°N 85.72472°W / 38.17806; -85.72472 (Louisville ANGB) Kentucky Air National Guard   123rd Airlift Wing Airport shared with Louisville International Airport. The 123rd Airlift Wing operates the C-130H Hercules. Also home to the 123rd Special Tactics Squadron.[124]
Mansfield Lahm Air National Guard Base Mansfield Ohio 40°48′49″N 82°31′00″W / 40.81361°N 82.51667°W / 40.81361; -82.51667 (Mansfield Lahm ANGB) Ohio Air National Guard   179th Airlift Wing Airfield shared with Mansfield Lahm Regional Airport. The 179th Airlift Wing operates the C-130H Hercules.[125]
March Joint Air Reserve Base Riverside California 33°52′50″N 117°15′34″W / 33.88056°N 117.25944°W / 33.88056; -117.25944 (March ARB) Air Force Reserve Command   452nd Air Mobility Wing The 452nd Air Mobility Wing operates the C-17A Globemaster III and KC-135R Stratotanker. The base also hosts the California Air National Guard's 163rd Attack Wing ( MQ-9A Reaper), the 912th Air Refueling Squadron (KC-135R) and the headquarters of the Fourth Air Force.[126]
McEntire Joint National Guard Base Eastover South Carolina 33°55′15″N 080°48′04″W / 33.92083°N 80.80111°W / 33.92083; -80.80111 (McEntire ANGB) South Carolina Air National Guard   169th Fighter Wing The 169th Fighter Wing operates the F-16C Fighting Falcon multi-role fighter.[127]
McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base Knoxville Tennessee 35°48′39″N 083°59′38″W / 35.81083°N 83.99389°W / 35.81083; -83.99389 (McGhee Tyson ANGB) Tennessee Air National Guard   134th Air Refueling Wing Airfield shared with McGhee Tyson Airport. The 134th Air Refueling Wing operates the KC-135R Stratotanker. Also home to the 119th Command and Control Squadron and the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center, which is a detachment of the Air National Guard Readiness Center.[128][129]
McLaughlin Air National Guard Base Charleston West Virginia 38°22′23″N 81°35′35″W / 38.37306°N 81.59306°W / 38.37306; -81.59306 (Charleston ANGB) West Virginia Air National Guard   130th Airlift Wing Airfield shared with Yeager Airport. The 179th Airlift Wing operates the C-130H Hercules.[130]
Memphis Air National Guard Base Memphis Tennessee 35°02′33″N 089°58′36″W / 35.04250°N 89.97667°W / 35.04250; -89.97667 (Memphis ANGB) Tennessee Air National Guard   164th Airlift Wing Airfield shared with Memphis International Airport. The 164th Airlift Wing operates the C-17A Globemaster III.[131]
Minneapolis-Saint Paul Joint Air Reserve Station Minneapolis – Saint Paul Minnesota 44°52′54″N 093°14′01″W / 44.88167°N 93.23361°W / 44.88167; -93.23361 (Minneapolis JARS) Air Force Reserve Command   934th Airlift Wing Airfield shared with Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport. The 934th Airlift Wing and the Minnesota Air National Guard's 133rd Airlift Wing operates the C-130 Hercules.[132][133]
Moffett Federal Airfield Mountain View California 37°24′54″N 122°02′54″W / 37.41500°N 122.04833°W / 37.41500; -122.04833 (Moffett Federal Airfield) California Air National Guard   129th Rescue Wing NASA operated airfield. The 129th Rescue Wing operates the HC-130J Combat King II and HH-60G Pave Hawk in the combat search and rescue role.[134]
Montgomery Air National Guard Base Montgomery Alabama 32°18′16″N 086°24′01″W / 32.30444°N 86.40028°W / 32.30444; -86.40028 (Montgomery ANGB) Alabama Air National Guard   187th Fighter Wing Airfield shared with Montgomery Regional Airport. The 187th Fighter Wing and 377th Fighter Squadron operate the F-16C Fighting Falcon multi-role fighter.[135][136]
Morris Air National Guard Base Tucson Arizona 32°06′55″N 110°55′50″W / 32.11528°N 110.93056°W / 32.11528; -110.93056 (Tucson ANGB) Arizona Air National Guard   162nd Fighter Wing Airfield shared with Tucson International Airport. The 162nd Fighter Wing operates the operates the F-16C Fighting Falcon multi-role fighter.[137]
New Castle Air National Guard Base New Castle Delaware 39°41′07″N 075°35′57″W / 39.68528°N 75.59917°W / 39.68528; -75.59917 (New Castle ANGB) Delaware Air National Guard   166th Airlift Wing Airfield shared with New Castle Airport. The 166th Airlift Wing operates the C-130H Hercules.[138]
New London Air National Guard Base New London North Carolina 35°25′06.9″N 80°08′30″W / 35.418583°N 80.14167°W / 35.418583; -80.14167 (New London ANGB) North Carolina Air National Guard   N/A Airfield shared with Stanly County Airport. Home of the 263rd Combat Communications Squadron, 235th Air Traffic Squadron and 118th Air Support Operations Squadron, all Geographically Separate Units of the 145th Airlift Wing.[139]
Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base New Orleans Belle Chasse Louisiana 29°49′31″N 090°02′06″W / 29.82528°N 90.03500°W / 29.82528; -90.03500 (NASJRB New Orleans) Louisiana Air National Guard   159th Fighter Wing US Navy operated joint reserve base. The 159th Fighter Wing operates the F-15C/D Eagle.[140]
Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station Niagara Falls New York 43°06′48″N 078°56′51″W / 43.11333°N 78.94750°W / 43.11333; -78.94750 (Niagara Falls ARS) Air Force Reserve Command   914th Air Refueling Wing Airfield shared with Niagara Falls International Airport. The 914th Air Refueling Wing operates the KC-135R Stratotanker and the New York Air National Guard's 107th Attack Wing the MQ-9A Reaper.[141]
North Highlands Air National Guard Station Sacramento, California California 38°38′24″N 121°24′09″W / 38.64000°N 121.40250°W / 38.64000; -121.40250 (North Highlands ANGS) California Air National Guard   162nd Combat Communications Group Non-flying installation. The 162nd Combat Communications Group operates in the combat communications role.[142]
Otis Air National Guard Base Mashpee Massachusetts 41°39′31″N 070°31′17″W / 41.65861°N 70.52139°W / 41.65861; -70.52139 (Otis ANGB) Massachusetts Air National Guard   102nd Intelligence Wing Non-flying installation, part of Joint Base Cape Cod. The 102nd Intelligence Wing operates in the intelligence and command and control roles.[143]
Pease Air National Guard Base Portsmouth New Hampshire 43°04′41″N 070°49′24″W / 43.07806°N 70.82333°W / 43.07806; -70.82333 (Pease ANGB) New Hampshire Air National Guard   157th Air Refueling Wing Airfield shared with Portsmouth International Airport at Pease. The 157th Air Refueling Wing operates the KC-46A Pegasus.[144]
Peoria Air National Guard Base Peoria Illinois 40°39′38″N 089°41′44″W / 40.66056°N 89.69556°W / 40.66056; -89.69556 (Memphis ANGB) Illinois Air National Guard   182nd Airlift Wing Airfield shared with General Wayne A. Downing Peoria International Airport. The 182nd Airlift Wing operates the C-130H Hercules.[145]
Pittsburgh International Airport Air Reserve Station Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 40°29′40.49″N 080°12′55.71″W / 40.4945806°N 80.2154750°W / 40.4945806; -80.2154750 (Pittsburgh ARS) Air Force Reserve Command   911th Airlift Wing Airfield shared with Pittsburgh International Airport. The 911th Airlift Wing operates the C-17A Globemaster III and the Pennsylvania Air National Guard's 171st Air Refueling Wing the KC-135R Stratotanker.[146][147]
Portland Air National Guard Base Portland Oregon 45°34′56″N 122°35′23″W / 45.58222°N 122.58972°W / 45.58222; -122.58972 (Portland ANGB) Oregon Air National Guard   142nd Fighter Wing Airfield shared with Portland International Airport. The 142nd Fighter Wing operates the F-15C/D Eagle air superiority fighter, also home to the 125th Special Tactics Squadron.[148]
Quonset Point Air National Guard Station North Kingstown Rhode Island 41°35′50″N 071°24′44″W / 41.59722°N 71.41222°W / 41.59722; -71.41222 (Quonset Point ANGS) Rhode Island Air National Guard   143rd Airlift Wing Airfield shared with Quonset State Airport. The 143rd Airlift Wing operates the C-130J Super Hercules, also home to the 102nd Network Warfare Squadron.[149]
Reno Air National Guard Base Reno Nevada 39°29′57″N 119°46′05″W / 39.49917°N 119.76806°W / 39.49917; -119.76806 (Reno ANGB) Nevada Air National Guard   152nd Airlift Wing Airfield shared with Reno-Tahoe International Airport. The 152nd Airlift Wing operates the C-130H Hercules.[150]
Rickenbacker Air National Guard Base Columbus Ohio 39°48′49″N 082°56′48″W / 39.81361°N 82.94667°W / 39.81361; -82.94667 (Rickenbacker ANGB) Ohio Air National Guard   121st Air Refueling Wing Airfield shared with Rickenbacker International Airport. The 121st Air Refueling Wing operates the KC-135R Stratotanker.[151]
Roland R. Wright Air National Guard Base Salt Lake City Utah 40°47′18″N 111°58′40″W / 40.78833°N 111.97778°W / 40.78833; -111.97778 (Salt Lake City ANGB) Utah Air National Guard   151st Air Refueling Wing Airfield shared with Salt Lake City International Airport. The 151st Air Refueling Wing operates the KC-135R Stratotanker.[152]
Rosecrans Air National Guard Base St. Joseph Missouri 39°46′19″N 94°54′34.94″W / 39.77194°N 94.9097056°W / 39.77194; -94.9097056 (Rosecrans ANGB) Missouri Air National Guard   139th Airlift Wing Airfield shared with Rosecrans Memorial Airport. The 139th Airlift Wing operates the C-130H Hercules.[153]
Savannah Air National Guard Base Savannah Georgia 32°07′39″N 081°12′7″W / 32.12750°N 81.20194°W / 32.12750; -81.20194 (Savannah ANGB) Georgia Air National Guard   165th Airlift Wing Airfield shared with Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport. The 165th Airlift Wing operates the C-130H Hercules, also home to the Air Dominance Center.[154]
Selfridge Air National Guard Base Mount Clemens Michigan 42°36′30″N 082°50′08″W / 42.60833°N 82.83556°W / 42.60833; -82.83556 (Selfridge ANGB) Michigan Air National Guard   127th Wing The 127th Wing operates the KC-135R Stratotanker and A-10 Thunderbolt II.[155]
Sepulveda Air National Guard Station Van Nuys California 34°11′09.4″N 118°28′48″W / 34.185944°N 118.48000°W / 34.185944; -118.48000 (Sepulveda Air National Guard Station) California National Guard   261st Cyber Operations Squadron Non-flying installation. Geographically Separate Unit of the 195th Wing.[156]
Shepherd Field Air National Guard Base Martinsburg West Virginia 39°24′07″N 77°59′04″W / 39.40194°N 77.98444°W / 39.40194; -77.98444 (Shepherd Field ANGB) West Virginia Air National Guard   167th Airlift Wing Airfield shared with Eastern West Virginia Regional Airport. The 167th Airlift Wing operates the C-17A Globemaster III.[157]
Sioux City Air National Guard Base Sioux City Iowa 42°23′54″N 096°22′19″W / 42.39833°N 96.37194°W / 42.39833; -96.37194 (Sioux City ANGB) Iowa Air National Guard   185th Air Refueling Wing Airfield shared with Sioux Gateway Airport. The 185th Air Refueling Wing operates the KC-135R Stratotanker.[158]
South Portland Air National Guard Station South Portland Maine 43°38′00.9″N 70°18′58.7″W / 43.633583°N 70.316306°W / 43.633583; -70.316306 (South Portland ANGS) Maine Air National Guard   N/A Non-flying installation. Home to the 265th Combat Communications Squadron and 243rd Engineering and Installation Squadron, both Geographically Separate Units of the 101st Air Refueling Wing.[159]
Springfield Air National Guard Base Springfield Ohio 39°50′25″N 083°50′25″W / 39.84028°N 83.84028°W / 39.84028; -83.84028 (Springfield ANGB) Ohio Air National Guard   178th Wing Airfield shared with Springfield-Beckley Municipal Airport. The 178th Wing operates the MQ-9A Predator.[160]
Stewart Air National Guard Base Newburgh New York 41°30′15″N 74°06′17″W / 41.50417°N 74.10472°W / 41.50417; -74.10472 (Stewart ANGB) New York Air National Guard   105th Airlift Wing Airfield shared with Stewart International Airport. The 105th Airlift Wing operates the C-17A Globemaster III.[161]
Stratton Air National Guard Base Schenectady New York 42°51′09″N 073°55′21″W / 42.85250°N 73.92250°W / 42.85250; -73.92250 (Stratton ANGB) New York Air National Guard   109th Airlift Wing Airfield shared with Schenectady County Airport. The 109th Airlift Wing is the only Air Force unit equipped with ski-equipped LC-130H Hercules for Arctic ice/snow landing missions in support of the National Science Foundation.[162]
Sumpter Smith Air National Guard Base Birmingham Alabama 33°33′50″N 086°45′08″W / 33.56389°N 86.75222°W / 33.56389; -86.75222 (Birmingham ANGB) Alabama Air National Guard   117th Air Refueling Wing The 117th Air Refueling Wing operates the KC-135R Stratotanker.[163]
Toledo Air National Guard Base Toledo Ohio 41°35′12.5″N 83°48′28.2″W / 41.586806°N 83.807833°W / 41.586806; -83.807833 (Toledo ANGB) Ohio Air National Guard   180th Fighter Wing Airfield shared with Toledo Express Airport. The 180th Fighter Wing operates the F-16C Fighting Falcon multi-role fighter.[164]
Truax Field Air National Guard Base Madison Wisconsin 43°08′23″N 089°20′15″W / 43.13972°N 89.33750°W / 43.13972; -89.33750 (Truax Field) Wisconsin Air National Guard   115th Fighter Wing Airfield shared with Dane County Regional

Airport. The 115th Fighter Wing operates the operates the F-16C Fighting Falcon multi-role fighter.[165]

Tulsa Air National Guard Base Tulsa Oklahoma 36°11′54″N 095°53′17″W / 36.19833°N 95.88806°W / 36.19833; -95.88806 (Tulsa ANGB) Oklahoma Air National Guard   138th Fighter Wing Airfield shared with Tulsa International Airport. The 138th Fighter Wing operates the operates the F-16C Fighting Falcon multi-role fighter.[166]
Volk Field Air National Guard Base New Lisbon Wisconsin 43°56′11″N 090°15′35″W / 43.93639°N 90.25972°W / 43.93639; -90.25972 (Volk Field ANGB) Wisconsin Air National Guard   Volk Field Combat Readiness Training Center Home of one of four Air National Guard Combat Readiness Training Centers.[167]
Warfield Air National Guard Base Middle River Maryland 39°19′32.38″N 76°24′49.55″W / 39.3256611°N 76.4137639°W / 39.3256611; -76.4137639 (Warfield ANGB) Maryland Air National Guard   175th Wing Airfield shared with Martin State Airport. The 175th Wing operates the A-10C Thunderbolt II.[168]
Westover Air Reserve Base Chicopee Massachusetts 42°11′38″N 072°32′05″W / 42.19389°N 72.53472°W / 42.19389; -72.53472 (Westover ARB) Air Force Reserve Command   439th Airlift Wing The 439th Airlift Wing operates the C-5C Galaxy.[169]
Will Rogers Air National Guard Base Oklahoma City Oklahoma 35°23′35″N 097°36′03″W / 35.39306°N 97.60083°W / 35.39306; -97.60083 (Will Rogers ANGB) Oklahoma Air National Guard   137th Special Operations Wing Airfield shared with Will Rogers World Airport. The 137th Special Operations Wing operates the MC-12W Liberty in the Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance (ISR) role.[170]
Wyoming Air National Guard Base Cheyenne Wyoming 41°09′41″N 104°49′10″W / 41.16139°N 104.81944°W / 41.16139; -104.81944 (Cheyenne ANGB) Wyoming Air National Guard   153d Airlift Wing Airfield shared with Cheyenne Regional Airport. Operates the C-130H Hercules in the airlift and aerial firefighting roles. Also homes to the 243rd Air Traffic Control Squadron.[171]
Youngstown Air Reserve Station Youngstown Ohio 41°15′38.64″N 80°40′44.74″W / 41.2607333°N 80.6790944°W / 41.2607333; -80.6790944 (Youngstown ARS) Air Force Reserve Command   910th Airlift Wing Airfield shared with Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport. The 910th Airlift Wing operates the C-130H Hercules in the aerial spray role.[172]

OverseasEdit

Caribbean, Central America and South AmericaEdit

US Air Force installations and locations within the Caribbean, Central America and South America.

US Air Force operations in the Caribbean, Central America and South America are overseen by the Twelfth Air Force (Air Forces Southern). It is part of Air Combat Command and head-quartered at Davis-Monthan AFB in Arizona. It is the air component to US Southern Command, providing security-cooperation and air & cyberspace capabilities throughout its area of responsibility.[173]

US Air Force installations and locations in the Caribbean, Central America and South America
Name Location Coordinates Unit Emblem Unit Designation Notes/Mission
Guantanamo Bay Naval Base   Cuba 19°54′0″N 75°9′0″W / 19.90000°N 75.15000°W / 19.90000; -75.15000 (Guantanamo Bay Naval Base) 474th Air Expeditionary Squadron Geographically Separate Unit of the 474th Air Expeditionary Group, supporting Joint Task Force Guantanamo (JTF-GTMO).[174]
Hato International Airport   Curaçao 12°11′20″N 068°57′35″W / 12.18889°N 68.95972°W / 12.18889; -68.95972 (Hato International Airport) 429th Expeditionary Operations Squadron Cooperative Security Location made available to the US by the Netherlands. Geographically Separate Unit of the 612th Theater Operation Group, supporting Joint Interagency Task Force South (JIATF South) counter-drug operations.[175]
Muñiz Air National Guard Base   Puerto Rico 18°26′22″N 066°00′07″W / 18.43944°N 66.00194°W / 18.43944; -66.00194 (Muñiz Air National Guard Base)   156th Wing Airfield shared with Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport. The 156th Wing is a component of the Puerto Rico Air National Guard and operates the WC-130H Hercules.[176]
Queen Beatrix International Airport   Aruba 12°30′05″N 70°00′55″W / 12.50139°N 70.01528°W / 12.50139; -70.01528 (Queen Beatrix International Airport) 429th Expeditionary Operations Squadron Cooperative Security Location made available to the US by the Netherlands. Geographically Separate Unit of the 612th Theater Operation Group, supporting Joint Interagency Task Force South (JIATF South) counter-drug operations.[175]
Soto Cano Air Base   Honduras 14°22′57″N 087°37′16″W / 14.38250°N 87.62111°W / 14.38250; -87.62111 (Soto Cano Air Base)   612th Air Base Squadron Forward Operating Location made available to the US by the Honduras Government. Geographically Separate Unit of the 612th Theater Operation Group, supporting Joint Task Force Bravo (JTF-B).[177]
St Croix Air National Guard Station   United States Virgin Islands 17°42′24.2″N 64°48′01.9″W / 17.706722°N 64.800528°W / 17.706722; -64.800528 (St Croix Air National Guard Station) 285th Civil Engineering Squadron Non-flying station of the Virgin Islands Air National Guard.[178]

Pacific, East Asia and South East AsiaEdit

US Air Force installations located within the Pacific, East Asia and South East Asia. Diego Garcia is beyond the map boundary and therefore not shown.

PACAF's primary mission is to provide U.S. Pacific Command integrated expeditionary Air Force capabilities to defend the Homeland, promote stability, dissuade/deter aggression, and swiftly defeat enemies. PACAF traces its roots to the activation of Far East Air Forces, 3 August 1944, at Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. It consisted of three numbered air forces—5th, 7th and 13th—which were supporting combat operations in the Pacific Theater of World War II.

US Air Force installations and locations in the Pacific, East Asia and South East Asia
Name Location Coordinates Unit Emblem Unit Designation Notes/Mission
Andersen Air Force Base   Guam 13°34′34″N 144°55′28″E / 13.57611°N 144.92444°E / 13.57611; 144.92444 (Andersen Air Force Base)   36th Wing Main Operating Base, part of Joint Region Marianias. Supports B-1B Lancer, B-2A Spirit, B-52G Stratofortress deployments, known as the Continuous Bomber Presence mission. The RQ-4B Global Hawk also operates from the base in the reconnaissance mission.[179]
Clear Air Force Station   United States (Alaska) 64°17′26″N 149°11′13″W / 64.29056°N 149.18694°W / 64.29056; -149.18694 (Clear Air Force Station)   213th Space Warning Squadron Tracking station providing early warning surveillance of Intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) and Submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBMs) to the Missile Correlation Center (MCC) at North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD). Geographically Separate Unit of the 168th Wing, Alaska Air National Guard.[180]
Eareckson Air Station   United States (Alaska) 52°42′44″N 174°06′49″E / 52.71222°N 174.11361°E / 52.71222; 174.11361 (Eareckson Air Station)   Pacific Air Forces Regional Support Center Contractor operated diversion airfield and AN/FPS-108 COBRA DANE surveillance radar.[181][182]
Eielson Air Force Base   United States (Alaska) 64°39′56″N 147°06′05″W / 64.66556°N 147.10139°W / 64.66556; -147.10139 (Eielson AFB)  
354th Fighter Wing Main Operating Base flying the F-16C/D Fighting Falcon, KC-135 Stratotanker and HH-60G Pave Hawk. Supports Red Flag – Alaska exercises.[183][184]
Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson   United States (Alaska) 61°15′05″N 149°48′23″W / 61.25139°N 149.80639°W / 61.25139; -149.80639 (JB Elmendorf-Richardson)   673rd Air Base Wing Joint USAF/US Army Main Operating Base. 3rd Wing F-22 Raptor air superiority fighter supports and defends U.S. interests in the Asia Pacific region and around the world. AK ANG 176th Wing operates eight C-130H Hercules aircraft. Also HQ of PACAF Eleventh Air Force, DOD Alaskan Command (ALCOM), Alaska NORAD Region.[185][186]
Kadena Air Base   Japan 26°21′06″N 127°46′10″E / 26.35167°N 127.76944°E / 26.35167; 127.76944 (Kadena AFB)  
18th Wing Main Operating Base, made available to the US by the Japanese Government. Home to the 18th Wing operating the F-15C/D Eagle, KC-135R Stratotanker, E-3B/C Sentry & HH-60G Pave Hawk and the 353rd Special Operations Group operating the MC-130J Commando II and CV-22B Osprey. The 82nd Reconnaissance Squadron flies the RC-135.[187]
Ka’ena Point Satellite Tracking Station   United States (Hawaii) 21°33′41.0″N 158°14′21.2″W / 21.561389°N 158.239222°W / 21.561389; -158.239222 (Ka'ena Point Satellite Tracking Station)   21st Space Operations Squadron (Detachment 3) Tracking station forming part of the Air Force Satellite Control Network. Geographically Separate Unit of the 50th Space Wing.[188]
Kunsan Air Base   South Korea 35°54′13″N 126°36′57″E / 35.90361°N 126.61583°E / 35.90361; 126.61583 (Kunsan AB)   8th Fighter Wing Main Operating Base, made available to the US by the South Korean Government. The 8th Fighter Wing operates the F-16C/D Fighting Falcon.[189]
Misawa Air Base   Japan 40°42′19″N 141°22′19″E / 40.70528°N 141.37194°E / 40.70528; 141.37194 (Misawa AB)   35th Fighter Wing Main Operating Base, made available to the US by the Japanese Government. The 35th Fighter Wing operates the F-16CJ/DJ Fighting Falcon.[190]
Naval Support Facility Diego Garcia   British Indian Ocean Territory 7°18′48″S 72°24′40″E / 7.31333°S 72.41111°E / -7.31333; 72.41111 (Naval Support Facility Diego Garcia)   36th Wing (Detachment 1) Forward Operating Location made available to the US by the UK Government, hosting a Geographically Separate Unit of the 36th Wing. Predominately used by deployments of the B-1B Lancer, B-2A Spirit and B-52H Stratofortress supporting operations in the Middle East.[191]
Osan Air Base   South Korea 37°05′26″N 127°01′47″E / 37.09056°N 127.02972°E / 37.09056; 127.02972 (Osan AB)   51st Fighter Wing
Main Operating Base, made available to the US by the South Korean Government. Headquarters of the Seventh Air Force, with the 51st Fighter Wing operating the A-10C Thunderbolt II & F-16C/D Fighting Falcon, the 5th Reconnaissance Squadron operating the U-2S Dragon Lady and a detachment of the 33rd Rescue Squadron flying the HH-60G Pave Hawk.[192]
Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam   United States (Hawaii) 21°20′59″N 157°57′31″W / 21.34972°N 157.95861°W / 21.34972; -157.95861 (JB Pearl Harbor-Hickam)   15th Wing Joint USAF/US Navy Main Operating Base. 15th Wing F-22 Raptor air superiority fighter projects peace and power in the Pacific and beyond. Also 15th Wing (HI ANG), HQ Pacific Air Forces and Thirteenth Air Force.[193][194]
Wake Island Airfield   United States Minor Outlying Islands 19°16′57″N 166°38′12″E / 19.28250°N 166.63667°E / 19.28250; 166.63667 (Wake Island Airfield)   Pacific Air Forces Regional Support Center Geographically Separate Unit providing a trans-Pacific refueling stop for military aircraft. Also supports Missile Defense Agency test activities.[195]
Yokota Air Base   Japan 35°44′55″N 139°20′55″E / 35.74861°N 139.34861°E / 35.74861; 139.34861 (Yokota AB)   374th Airlift Wing Main Operating Base, made available to the US by the Japanese Government. Headquarters of the Fifth Air Force, with the 374th Airlift Wing operating the C-130J Hercules, UH-1N Iroquois & C-12J Huron and the 21st Special Operations Squadron flying the CV-22B Osprey.[196]

Europe and AfricaEdit

United States Air Forces in Europe – Air Forces Africa (USAFE-AFAFRICA) is a major command of the US Air Force and a component command of both US European Command (USEUCOM) and US Africa Command (USAFRICOM). The USAFE-AFAFRICA area of responsibility covers Europe, parts of Asia and all of Africa with the exception of Egypt, to achieve US national and NATO objectives based on taskings by the two combatant commanders.[197]

USAFE-AFAFRICA has seven main operating bases and 114 geographically separate units.[197] Although Akrotiri, Ascension and Thule are within the USAFE-AFAFRICA area of responsibility, the units there are under the control of other major commands.

US Air Force installations and locations in Europe and Africa
Name Location Coordinates Unit Emblem Unit Designation Notes/Mission
Ämari Air Base   Estonia 59°15′44″N 024°13′07″E / 59.26222°N 24.21861°E / 59.26222; 24.21861   52nd Expeditionary Operations Group (Detachment 2) Estonian Air Force base hosting a Geographically Separate Unit of the 52nd Fighter Wing. Operates the MQ-9A Reaper in the intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance role since June 2020 whilst the runway at Miroslawiec Air Base is resurfaced.[198]
Ankara Support Facility   Turkey   717th Air Base Squadron Geographically Separate Unit of the 39th Air Base Wing. Provides support to the US Embassy, Office of Defense Cooperation-Turkey, the Department of Defense Education Activity and the wider American community in Ankara.[199]
Ascension Island Auxiliary Airfield   Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha 7°58′10″S 14°23′38″W / 7.96944°S 14.39389°W / -7.96944; -14.39389 (Ascension Island Auxiliary Airfield)   45th Mission Support Group (Detachment 2) Geographically Separate Unit of the 45th Space Wing. Airfield acts as a Forward Operating Site and responsibility for its operation is shared with the Royal Air Force. Numerous sites on the island support space operations, such as launches from Florida and tracking space debris & satellites.[200]
Aviano Air Base   Italy 46°01′53″N 012°35′49″E / 46.03139°N 12.59694°E / 46.03139; 12.59694 (Aviano AB)   31st Fighter Wing Main Operating Base flying the F-16C/D Fighting Falcon and HH-60G Pavehawk.[201] The base is made available to the US by the Italian government.
Büchel Air Base   Germany 50°10′35″N 007°03′28″E / 50.17639°N 7.05778°E / 50.17639; 7.05778 (Büchel AB)   702nd Munitions Support Squadron German Air Force base hosting a Geographically Separate Unit of the 52nd Fighter Wing. Responsible for receipt, storage, maintenance and control of US war reserve munitions in support of the German Air Force.[202]
Camp Darby   Italy 43°38′0″N 10°19′0″E / 43.63333°N 10.31667°E / 43.63333; 10.31667 (Camp Darby) 731st Munitions Squadron Italian owned base hosting a Geographically Separate Unit of the 52nd Fighter Wing. Responsible for receipt, storage, maintenance and control of US war reserve munitions.[203]
Camp Lemonnier   Djibouti 11°32′37″N 43°8′55″E / 11.54361°N 43.14861°E / 11.54361; 43.14861 (Camp Lemonnier)   449th Air Expeditionary Group Forward Operating Site leased to the US by the Djibouti government, providing combat search and rescue (operating the HC-130J Combat King II and HH-60G Pave Hawk) and surveillance & reconnaissance capabilities for the Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa.[204]
Camp Simba   Kenya 2°09′56.8″S 40°53′40.1″E / 2.165778°S 40.894472°E / -2.165778; 40.894472 (Camp Simba) 475th Expeditionary Air Base Squadron Forward Operating Site used by the US and Kenya Defence Forces.[205] Geographically Separate Unit of the 435th Air Expeditionary Wing.[206]
Chabelley Airfield   Djibouti 11°31′N 43°04′E / 11.517°N 43.067°E / 11.517; 43.067 (Chabelley Airfield) 776th Expeditionary Air Base Squadron Forward Operating Site used by the US and French military. Geographically Separate Unit of the 435th Air Expeditionary Wing.[207]
Chièvres Air Base   Belgium 50°35′9.58″N 003°50′37.47″E / 50.5859944°N 3.8437417°E / 50.5859944; 3.8437417 (Chievres AB)   424th Air Base Squadron Provides logistical support to NATO Headquarters and SHAPE. Geographically Separate Unit of the 86th Airlift Wing.[208]
Ghedi Air Base   Italy 45°25′52.57″N 10°16′48.40″E / 45.4312694°N 10.2801111°E / 45.4312694; 10.2801111 (Ghedi AB)   704th Munitions Support Squadron Italian Air Force base hosting a Geographically Separate Unit of the 52nd Fighter Wing. Responsible for receipt, storage, maintenance and control of US war reserve munitions in support of the Italian Air Force.[202][209]
Incirlik Air Base   Turkey 37°00′07″N 035°25′33″E / 37.00194°N 35.42583°E / 37.00194; 35.42583 (Incirlik Air Base)   39th Air Base Wing Main Operating Base supporting US and NATO operations in the USAFE-AFAFRICA and US Air Forces Central areas of responsibility.[210] It is a joint Turkish/US operated base hosting the 447th Air Expeditionary Group operating the A-10C Thunderbolt II and KC-135R Stratotanker in support of Operation Inherent Resolve.[211]
Izmir Air Station   Turkey 38°27′27″N 027°10′13″E / 38.45750°N 27.17028°E / 38.45750; 27.17028 (Izmir Air Station)   425th Air Base Squadron Geographically Separate Unit of the 39th Air Base Wing. Acts as administrative agent and provides mission support for the NATO Allied Land Command Headquarters and six other associate units.[212]
Kleine Brogel Air Base   Belgium 51°10′10.5″N 005°28′19″E / 51.169583°N 5.47194°E / 51.169583; 5.47194 (Kleine Brogel Air Base)   701st Munitions Support Squadron Belgian Air Force base hosting a Geographically Separate Unit of the 52nd Fighter Wing. Responsible for receipt, storage, maintenance and control of US war reserve munitions in support of the Belgian Air Force.[202]
Lajes Field   Azores 38°45′42″N 027°05′26″W / 38.76167°N 27.09056°W / 38.76167; -27.09056 (Lajes Field)   65th Air Base Group Portuguese Air Force base hosting a Geographically Separate Unit of the 86th Airlift Wing. Provides base and en-route support to US aircraft making transatlantic flights.[213] The group also operates a High Frequency Global Communications System station.
Łask Air Base   Poland 51°33′5.76″N 19°10′44.76″E / 51.5516000°N 19.1791000°E / 51.5516000; 19.1791000 (Lask Air Base)   52nd Operations Group (Detachment 1) Polish Air Force base hosting a Geographically Separate Unit of the 52nd Fighter Wing. Supports the European Reassurance Initiative and NATO readiness in eastern Europe. The base has hosted temporary deployments of aircraft including the A-10C Thunderbolt II, F-22A Raptor, F-16 Fighting Falcon, C-130 Hercules and KC-135R Stratotanker.[214][215]
Morón Air Base   Spain 37°10′29″N 5°36′57″W / 37.17472°N 5.61583°W / 37.17472; -5.61583 (Moron Air Base)   496th Air Base Squadron Spanish Air Force base hosting a Geographically Separate Unit of the 86th Airlift Wing. Provides base and en-route support to aircraft making transatlantic flights.[213]
NATO Air Base Geilenkirchen   Germany 50°57′39″N 6°2′33″E / 50.96083°N 6.04250°E / 50.96083; 6.04250 (Geilenkirchen Air Base)   470th Air Base Squadron Geographically Separate Unit of the 52nd Fighter Wing. Provides support to USAF and other Department of Defense units throughout fourteen locations in Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, and Italy.[216]
Nigerien Air Base 101   Niger 13°28′54″N 2°10′13″E / 13.48167°N 2.17028°E / 13.48167; 2.17028 (Nigerien Air Base) 768th Expeditionary Air Base Squadron Cooperative Security Location made available to the US by the Nigerien government.[217][218]
Nigerien Air Base 201   Niger 16°57′1″N 8°0′50″E / 16.95028°N 8.01389°E / 16.95028; 8.01389 (Nigerien Air Base 201)   409th Air Expeditionary Group Cooperative Security Location made available to the US by the Nigerien government.[217] Provides intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance to counter extremist activity.[219]
RAF Akrotiri   Sovereign Base Areas of Akrotiri and Dhekelia 34°35′0″N 32°59′0″E / 34.58333°N 32.98333°E / 34.58333; 32.98333 (RAF Akrotiri)   9th Operations Group (Detachment 1) Royal Air Force base hosting a Geographically Separate Unit of the 9th Reconnaissance Wing, operating Lockheed U-2S.[220]
RAF Alconbury   United Kingdom 52°22′15.27″N 000°13′36.94″W / 52.3709083°N 0.2269278°W / 52.3709083; -0.2269278 (RAF Alconbury)   501st Combat Support Wing Non-flying base made available to the US by the UK Government, home to the headquarters of the 501st Combat Support Wing and 423rd Air Base Group, providing mission support to personnel at RAF Molesworth, RAF Menwith Hill and the NATO Joint Warfare Centre in Stavanger.[221]
RAF Barford St John   United Kingdom 52°0′13″N 1°21′36″W / 52.00361°N 1.36000°W / 52.00361; -1.36000 (RAF Barford St John)   422nd Air Base Group Non-flying base made available to the US by the UK Government. Operates as a signals intelligence relay station and operated remotely from RAF Croughton.[222]
RAF Croughton   United Kingdom 51°59′15″N 1°11′10″W / 51.98750°N 1.18611°W / 51.98750; -1.18611 (RAF Croughton)   422nd Air Base Group Non-flying base made available to the US by the UK Government, hosting a Geographically Separate Unit of the 501st Combat Support Wing.[223] Signals intelligence facility operated by the USAF and US intelligence agencies.[224]
RAF Fairford   United Kingdom 51°40′56″N 1°47′24″W / 51.68222°N 1.79000°W / 51.68222; -1.79000 (RAF Fairford)   420th Air Base Squadron Forward Operating Location made available to the US by the UK Government, hosting a Geographically Separate Unit of the 501st Combat Support Wing. Predominately used by deployments of the B-1B Lancer, B-2A Spirit and B-52H Stratofortress.[225] The Royal International Air Tattoo, the world's largest military air show, is held at Fairford annually in July.[226]
RAF Feltwell   United Kingdom 52°28′46″N 0°31′9″E / 52.47944°N 0.51917°E / 52.47944; 0.51917 (RAF Feltwell)   18th Intelligence Squadron (Detachment 4) Non-flying base made available to the US by the UK Government, hosting a Geographically Separate Unit of the 48th Fighter Wing which provides base support. Operated as a space intelligence facility by the 18th Intelligence Squadron (Detachment 4).[227][228]
RAF Lakenheath   United Kingdom 52°24′30″N 000°33′24″E / 52.40833°N 0.55667°E / 52.40833; 0.55667 (RAF Lakenheath)   48th Fighter Wing Main Operating Base, made available to the US by the UK Government. Home to the 48th Fighter Wing operating the F-15C/D Eagle and F-15E Strike Eagle.[229]
RAF Menwith Hill   United Kingdom 54°0′28.35″N 1°41′22.2″W / 54.0078750°N 1.689500°W / 54.0078750; -1.689500 (Menwith Hill)   421st Air Base Squadron Non-flying base, operating as a joint UK/US signals intelligence gathering station which functions primarily as a field station of the National Security Agency.[230] Geographically Separate Unit of the 501st Combat Support Wing.[231]
RAF Mildenhall   United Kingdom 52°21′54″N 000°28′51″E / 52.36500°N 0.48083°E / 52.36500; 0.48083 (RAF Mildenhall)   100th Air Refuelling Wing Main Operating Base, made available to the US by the UK Government. Home to the 100th Air Refuelling Wing operating the KC-135R Stratotanker and the 352nd Special Operations Wing operating the CV-22 Osprey & MC-130J Commando II. The 95th Reconnaissance Squadron supports RC-135 Rivet Joint and OC-135 Open Skies aircraft when deployed to Europe.[232]
RAF Molesworth   United Kingdom 52°22′46″N 0°24′18″W / 52.37944°N 0.40500°W / 52.37944; -0.40500 (RAF Molesworth)   423rd Air Base Group Non-flying base made available to the US by the UK Government. Geographically Separate Unit of the 501st Combat Support Wing.[233] Home to the Joint Intelligence Operations Center Europe (JIOCEUR) Analytic Center operated by the Defense Intelligence Agency and the J2 Directorate which provides US Africa Command with intelligence.[234]
RAF Welford   United Kingdom 51°28′6″N 1°24′13″W / 51.46833°N 1.40361°W / 51.46833; -1.40361 (RAF Welford)   420th Munitions Squadron Non-flying base made available to the US by the UK Government. Geographically Separate Unit of the 501st Combat Support Wing, used as an ammunition depot in support of bombers operating from RAF Fairford.[235]
Ramstein Air Base   Germany 49°26′38.10″N 007°36′08.13″E / 49.4439167°N 7.6022583°E / 49.4439167; 7.6022583 (Ramstein AB)   86th Airlift Wing Main Operating Base made available to the US by the German government. Home to the 86th Airlift Wing operating the C-130J Hercules, C-20H, C-21A & C-40B, the 435th Air Ground Operations Wing, 435th Air Expeditionary Wing and 521st Air Mobility Operations Wing. Also hosts the headquarters of US Air Forces in Europe - Air Forces Africa, the Third Air Force and NATO Allied Air Command.[236]
Spangdahlem Air Base   Germany 49°58′33″N 006°41′50″E / 49.97583°N 6.69722°E / 49.97583; 6.69722 (Spangdahlem AB)   52nd Fighter Wing Main Operating Base made available to the US by the German government. Home to the 52nd Fighter Wing operating F-16CM/DM Fighting Falcon and the 726th Air Mobility Squadron.[237]
Stavanger   Norway 58°54′27″N 5°43′18″E / 58.90750°N 5.72167°E / 58.90750; 5.72167 (Joint Warfare Centre)   426th Air Base Squadron Geographically Separate Unit of the 501st Combat Support Wing. Non-flying base, providing support to personnel working at the NATO Joint Warfare Centre.[221]
Thule Air Base   Greenland 76°31′52″N 68°42′11″W / 76.53111°N 68.70306°W / 76.53111; -68.70306 (Thule Air Base)   821st Air Base Group Geographically Separate Unit of the 21st Space Wing, home to the 12th Space Warning Squadron which operates a Ballistic Missile Early Warning System.[238]
Volkel Air Base   Netherlands 51°39′26″N 5°41′27″E / 51.65722°N 5.69083°E / 51.65722; 5.69083 (Volkel Air Base)   703rd Munitions Support Squadron Royal Netherlands Air Force base hosting a Geographically Separate Unit of the 52nd Fighter Wing. Responsible for receipt, storage, maintenance and control of US war reserve munitions in support of the Royal Netherlands Air Force.[239]

Middle East, Central Asia and South AsiaEdit

US Air Force installations and locations within the Middle East, Central Asia and South Asia.

US Air Force operations in the Middle East, Central Asia and part of South Asia are overseen by US Air Forces Central Command (USAFCENT). It is part of Air Combat Command and head-quartered at Shaw AFB in South Carolina. It is the air component to US Central Command, with a mission to deliver air power for the security and stability of the region. The USAFCENT area of responsibility covers Afghanistan, Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, and Yemen.[240]

Throughout the 2010s, USAFCENT has supported the military intervention against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (Operation Inherent Resolve) and the NATO-led train, advise and assist mission in Afghanistan (Operation Resolute Support).

US Air Force installations and locations in the Middle East, Central Asia and South Asia
Name Location Coordinates Unit Emblem Host Wing or Primary Unit Notes/Mission
Abdullah Al Mubarak Air Base (Cargo City)   Kuwait 29°13′36″N 047°58′48″E / 29.22667°N 47.98000°E / 29.22667; 47.98000 (Abdullah Al Mubarak Air Base)   387th Air Expeditionary Group Geographically Separate Unit of the 386th Air Expeditionary Wing. Operates the Theater Logistics Gateway in support of operations in the Middle East.[241]
Al Dhafra Air Base   United Arab Emirates 24°14′53″N 054°32′51″E / 24.24806°N 54.54750°E / 24.24806; 54.54750 (Al Dhafra AB)  
380th Air Expeditionary Wing Main Operating Base made available to the US by the United Arab Emirates government. The 380th AEW provides air combat, aerial refueling and reconnaissance aircraft in the US Central Command area of responsibility in support of Operations Inherent Resolve and Resolute Support.[242]
Al Udeid Air Base   Qatar 25°07′02″N 051°18′53″E / 25.11722°N 51.31472°E / 25.11722; 51.31472 (Al Udeid AB)  
379th Air Expeditionary Wing
Main Operating Base made available to the US by the Qatari government. The 379th AEW is the largest expeditionary wing in the USAF and provides a wide range of combat air power and combat support for Operations Inherent Resolve and Resolute Support and Combined Joint Task Force – Horn of Africa. The base is the forward headquarters of US Central Command and home to the Combined Air Operations Center which co-ordinates operations in the Middle East.[243]
Ali Al Salem Air Base   Kuwait 29°20′48″N 047°31′14″E / 29.34667°N 47.52056°E / 29.34667; 47.52056 (Ali Al Salem AB)   386th Air Expeditionary Wing Main Operating Base made available to the US by the Kuwaiti government. The 386th AEW provides tactical airlift and combat service support for operations throughout the Middle East.[244]
Ahmad al-Jaber Air Base   Kuwait 28°56′05.7″N 47°47′31.3″E / 28.934917°N 47.792028°E / 28.934917; 47.792028 (Ahmad al-Jaber Air Base)   332nd Air Expeditionary Wing Main Operating Base made available to the US by the Kuwaiti government. Supports operations throughout the Middle East.[245]
Bagram Airfield   Afghanistan 34°56′46″N 069°15′54″E / 34.94611°N 69.26500°E / 34.94611; 69.26500 (Bagram AFLD)   455th Air Expeditionary Wing Main Operating Base made available to the US by the Afghan government. Provides support for Operation Freedom's Sentinel and NATO's Operation Resolute Support.[246]
Hamid Karzai International Airport   Afghanistan 34°33′56″N 069°12′39″E / 34.56556°N 69.21083°E / 34.56556; 69.21083 (Kabul IAP)   438th Air Expeditionary Wing Main Operating Base made available to the US by the Afghan government. The 438th Air Expeditionary Advisory Group provides training, advice and assistance to the Afghan Air Force.[247]
Kandahar Airfield   Afghanistan 31°30′21″N 065°50′52″E / 31.50583°N 65.84778°E / 31.50583; 65.84778 (Kandahar AFLD)   451st Air Expeditionary Group Main Operating Base made available to the US by the Afghan government. Geographically Separate Unit of the 455th Air Expeditionary Wing, operating the A-10C Thunderbolt II, HH-60G Pave Hawk, E-11A BACN and MQ-9A Reaper in support of Operation Freedom's Sentinel and NATO's Operation Resolute Support. The 738th Air Expeditionary Advisory Group (part of the 438th AEW) provides training, advice and assistance to the Afghan Air Force.[248]
Muwaffaq Salti Air Base   Jordan 31°50′03″N 036°47′14″E / 31.83417°N 36.78722°E / 31.83417; 36.78722 (Muwaffaq Salti Air Base)   407th Air Expeditionary Group Main Operating Base made available to the US by the Jordanian government. Geographically Separate Unit of the 386th Air Expeditionary Wing supporting operations throughout the Middle East.[249]
Prince Sultan Air Base   Saudi Arabia 24°03′19″N 047°33′49″E / 24.05528°N 47.56361°E / 24.05528; 47.56361 (Prince Sultan Air Base) 378th Air Expeditionary Wing Main Operating Base made available to the US by the Saudi government. Supports operations throughout the Middle East.[250]

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