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Affected BRAC 2005 Locations
Hill Air Force Base
Salt Lake City IAP Air Guard Station


Hill Air Force Base

Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC) is responsible for Hill AFB, UT. Realign Hill AFB through the following actions:

1. * Distribute the 15 F-16 aircraft assigned to the 419th Fighter Wing Air Force Reserve (AFR), Hill AFB 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. Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC) is responsible for this move.

2. The AFMC F-16s remain in place at Hill AFB. 

3. Distribute 6 F-16 aircraft to the 388th Wing at Hill AFB.

4. Relocate Weapons and Armaments In-Service Engineering Research, Development & Acquisition, and Test and Evaluation from Hill AFB, UT, to Eglin Air Force Base, FL. AFMC is responsible for this move. 

5. Relocate fixed wing related Air Platform Development and Acquisition from Hill Air Force Base, UT, to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH. AFMC is responsible for this move. 

6. Relocate the supply contracting function for tires from Hill Air Force Base, UT, to the Inventory Control Point at Defense Supply Center Columbus, OH; disestablish all other supply functions for tires; and disestablish the storage, and distribution functions for tires, packaged petroleum, oils, and lubricants, and compressed gases. AFMC is responsible for this move. 

7. Relocate all other wholesale storage and distribution functions and associated inventories to the Defense Distribution Depot, San Joaquin, CA, hereby designated the San Joaquin Strategic Distribution Platform.  AFMC is responsible for this move.

8. Relocate the following functions from Hill AFB: Budget/Funding, Contracting, Cataloging, Requisition Processing, Customer Services, Item Management, Stock Control, Weapon System Secondary Item Support, Requirements Determination, and Integrated Materiel Management Technical Support Inventory Control Point functions for Consumable Items, except those Navy items associated with Design Unstable/Preproduction Test, Special Waivers and Major End Items to Defense Supply Center Richmond, VA, and reestablishing them as Defense Logistics Agency Inventory Control Point functions, and by disestablishing the procurement management and related support functions for depot-level repairables and designating them as Defense Supply Center Richmond, VA, Inventory Control Point functions. AFMC is responsible for this move. 

9. Consolidate the supply, storage, and distribution functions and associated inventories of the Defense Distribution Depot, Hill, UT, with all other supply, storage, and distribution functions and inventories that exist at the Ogden Air Logistics Center, UT, to support depot operations, maintenance, and production. Retain the necessary supply, storage, and distribution functions and inventories required to support the Ogden Air Logistics Center, UT, and to serve as a wholesale Forward Distribution Point. AFMC is responsible for this move. 

10. * Establish an F-110 Engine Centralized Intermediate Repair Facility (CIRF) at Hill AFB. Air Combat Command (ACC) is responsible for establishing the CIRF. Receive base-level F-110 engine intermediate maintenance from Carswell Air Reserve Station, TX. AFRC is responsible for this move. 

11. Establish a LANTIRN (Low Altitude Navigation and Targeting Infrared for Night)Pod CIRF at Hill AFB. Receive base-level LANTIRN  intermediate maintenance from Edwards AFB, CA; Mountain Home AFB, ID; and Luke AFB, AZ. ACC is responsible for this move. 

12. Relocate the transactional functions of the Civilian Personnel Office to Randolph Air Force Base, TX. Retain sufficient positions and personnel to perform the personnel management advisory services, the non-transactional functions, necessary to support the Hill Air Force Base, UT, civilian workforce. AFMC is responsible for this move.

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Salt Lake City IAP Air Guard Station

No BRAC actions.

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