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TENNESSEE

BRAC Map of Tennessee

BRAC Map of Tennessee



Affected BRAC 2005 Locations
Arnold Air Force Station
McGhee Tyson Airport Air Guard Station
Memphis International Airport Air Guard Station
Nashville International Airport Air Guard Station


Arnold Air Force Station

No BRAC action.

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McGhee Tyson Airport Air Guard Station

The Air National Guard is responsible for McGhee-Tyson Apt. Air Guard Station (AGS), TN. Realign McGhee-Tyson AGS through the following action:

1. Transfer the KC-135E aircraft assigned to the 134th Air Refueling Wing to the Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Center (AMARC) at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, for appropriate disposal as economically unserviceable aircraft . 

2. Establish 12 Primary Aircraft Authoriztion KC-135R/T aircraft at the 134th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), McGhee-Tyson Airport Air Guard Station, TN.

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Memphis International Airport Air Guard Station

No BRAC actions.

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Nashville International Airport Air Guard Station

The Air National Guard is responsible for Nashville IAP Air Guard Station (AGS), TN. Realign Nashville AGS through the following actions: 

1. Distribute the 8 C-130 aircraft of the 118th Airlift Wing (ANG), Nashville IAP AGS to meet the Primary Aircraft Authorization requirements established by the Base Closure and Realignment recommendations of the Secretary of Defense, as amended by the Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission. 

2. Establish a contiguous enclave for the 118th Airlift Wing (ANG) sufficient to support operations of those units, including flight operations, and compatible with joint use of the Nashville International Airport as a civilian airport. 

3. If the State of Tennessee decides to change the organization, composition, and location of the 118th Wing (ANG) to integrate the unit into the Total Force Integration, all personnel allotted to the 118th Wing (ANG) will remain in place. Offer a mission that is relevant to the security interests of the State of Tennessee and consistent with the integration of the unit into the Total Force Integration, including but not limited to air mobility, C4ISR, Information Operations, engineering, flight training or unmanned aerial vehicles. Where appropriate, unit personnel will be trained in skills appropriate to the emerging mission.

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