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Affected BRAC 2005 Locations
Langley Air Force Base
Richmond International Airport Air Guard Station
Alexandria/I-395 Annex/Crystal City/Rosslyn, VA


Langley Air Force Base

Air Combat Command (ACC) is responsible for Langley AFB, VA. Realign Langley through the following actions:

1. The 192nd Fighter Wing (FW) will associate with the 1FW in its F-22A mission and any additional missions as agreed upon by Air National Guard (ANG), ACC, 1FW and the Adjutant General of Virginia.

2. Receive 18 F-15C/D aircraft at Langley AFB from the 3d Wing, Elmendorf, AK. Pacific Air Forces is responsible for this move. 

3. Relocate base-level F-100 engine intermediate maintenance from Langley AFB to Seymour Johnson AFB, NC, to establish an F-100 Engine Centralized Intermediate Repair Facility (CIRF). 

4. * Establish a Combat Air Forces (CAF) Logistics Support Center (LSC) at Langley AFB. Receive Regional Supply Squadron (RSS) positions from Hickam AFB and Sembach, Germany (non-BRAC programmatic), and base-level Logistics Readiness Squadron (LRS) positions from Luke AFB . ACC is responsible for establishment of the CAF Logistics Support Center (LSC) at Langley. Movement of RSS positions is the responsibility of Pacific Air Forces and United States Air Forces in Europe. 

5. Relocate base-level F-15 avionics intermediate maintenance from Langley AFB to Tyndall AFB, FL, to establish an F-15 Avionics CIRF. ACC is responsible for this move. 

6. * Relocate installation management functions from Fort Eustis, VA, to Langley AFB.  The Army is responsible for effecting this movement and coordinating with ACC.

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Richmond International Airport Air Guard Station

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

1. Distribute the 15 F-16 aircraft assigned to the 192d Fighter Wing (ANG), Richmond IAP AGS, VA, 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. Transfer Richmond IAP AGS real property accountability to the Department of the Army .

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Alexandria/I-395 Annex/Crystal City/Rosslyn, VA

The Headquarters Support and Administration Joint Cross Service Group directed a significant number of recommendations for the National Capital Region.  Air Force District of Washington (AFDW) is responsible for these moves; HQ AMC will assist AFDW in project execution and the Environmental Impact Analysis Process (EIAP) for BRAC actions at Andrews. AFDW will work with Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the Air Force in determining the relocation site of AF organizations presently located in Pentagon Renovation (PENREN) space. 

1. Close 1500 Wilson Boulevard and Presidential Towers, leased installations in Arlington, VA. Relocate offices accommodating PENREN temporary space to Fort Belvoir, VA.

Note: The relocation of PENREN space to Ft. Belvoir does not preclude the earlier movement of organizations from it (e.g. to the Pentagon) nor determine the permanent location of any of the organizations that happen to be in that space temporarily.

2. Close 1501 Wilson Blvd, a leased installation in Arlington, VA. Relocate the Air Force-Judge Advocate General to Andrews AFB, MD.

3. Close 1560 Wilson Blvd, a leased installation in Arlington, VA. Relocate the Secretary of the Air Force-Acquisition to Andrews AFB, MD.

4. Close Arlington Plaza, a leased installation in Arlington, VA. Relocate the Secretary of the Air Force-Auditor General to Andrews AFB, MD.

5. Realign Rosslyn Plaza North (1777 N Kent St), a leased installation in Arlington, VA. Relocate offices accommodating Pentagon Renovation temporary space, Washington Headquarters Services and the Defense Human Resources Activity to Fort Belvoir, VA.

6. Realign 1401 Wilson Blvd, the Nash Street Building, and 1919 Eads Street, leased installations in Arlington, VA. Relocate Air Force-Operations to Andrews AFB, MD.

7. Realign 1815 N. Fort Myer Drive, a leased installation in Arlington, VA. Relocate Air Force-Operations, the Secretary of the Air Force-Administrative Assistant, and the Secretary of the Air Force-Auditor General to Andrews AFB, MD.

8. Realign Ballston Metro Center, a leased installation in Arlington, VA. Relocate the Secretary of the Air Force-Public Affairs and the Secretary of the Air Force-Small Business to Andrews AFB, MD.

9. Realign Crystal Gateway 1, a leased installation in Arlington, VA. Relocate Air Force Personnel, Air Force-Installation and Logistics, Air Force-Operations, and Air Force-Personnel Operations to Andrews AFB, MD.

10. Realign Crystal Gateway 2 and Jefferson Plaza 2, leased installations in Arlington, VA. Relocate Air Force-Installation and Logistics to Andrews AFB, MD.

11. Realign Crystal Gateway North, a leased installation in Arlington, VA. Relocate Air Force Installation and Logistics and the Secretary of the Air Force-Financial Management to Andrews AFB, MD.

12. Realign Crystal Park 5 and Crystal Plaza 6, leased installations in Arlington, VA. Relocate the Secretary of the Air Force-Administrative Assistant to Andrews AFB, MD.

13. Realign Crystal Plaza 5, a leased installation in Arlington, VA. Relocate the Air Force Chief Information Officer and Air Force-Operations to Andrews AFB, MD.

14. Realign Crystal Square 2, a leased installation in Arlington, VA. Relocate Air Force Personnel and Air Force-Personnel Operations to Andrews AFB, MD.

15. Realign the Webb Building, a leased installation in Arlington, VA. Relocate Air Force Personnel and the Secretary of the Air Force General Counsel to Andrews AFB, MD.

16. Realign Jefferson Plaza-1, Arlington, VA. Relocate the National Guard Bureau Headquarters, the Air National Guard Headquarters, and elements of the Army National Guard Headquarters to the Army National Guard Readiness Center, Arlington, VA, and Andrews AFB, MD.

17. Realign Hoffman 2, a leased installation in Alexandria, VA. Relocate the US Army Surface Deployment and Distribution Command to Scott Air Force Base, IL, and consolidating it with the Air Force Air Mobility Command Headquarters and Transportation Command Headquarters at Scott Air Force Base, IL. The Army is responsible for this movement.

18. * Realign the Rosslyn Center and the Nash Street Building, leased installations in Arlington, VA, by relocating the Air Force Real Property Agency to Lackland AFB .

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