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BRAC Map of GEORGIA

BRAC Map of GEORGIA


Affected BRAC 2005 Locations
Dobbins Air Reserve Base
Moody Air Force Base
Robins Air Force Base
Savannah International Airport Air Guard Station


Dobbins Air Reserve Base

Air Force Reserve Command is responsible for Dobbins Air Reserve Base, GA. Realign Dobbins ARB through the following actions: 

Consolidate the Naval Air Reserve Atlanta with Navy Marine Corps Reserve Center Atlanta located at Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Marietta, GA. The Navy is responsible for this action in cooperation with AFRC.

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Moody Air Force Base

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

1. Air Educaton and Training Command is responsible for these movements from Moody AFB as follows:
(a) Relocate the Primary Phase of Fixed-wing Pilot Training to Columbus Air Force Base, MS, Laughlin Air Force Base, TX, and Vance Air Force Base, OK.
(b) Relocate Introduction to Fighter Fundamentals Training for Pilots to Columbus Air Force Base, MS, Laughlin Air Force Base, TX, Randolph Air Force Base, TX, Sheppard Air Force Base, TX, and Vance Air Force Base, OK.
(c) Relocate Introduction to Fighter Fundamentals Training for Weapons Systems Officers (WSO) to Columbus Air Force Base, MS, Laughlin Air Force Base, TX, Sheppard Air Force Base, TX, and Vance Air Force Base, OK. If WSO student throughput does not support training at each location, training will be accomplished at one or more of the designated locations with the capability to train WSO students maintained at the remaining sites.
(a) Relocate Introduction to Fighter Fundaments Training for Instructor Pilots to Randolph Air Force Base, TX.

2. Establish 48 Primary Aircraft Authorizations A-10 aircraft at Moody Air Force Base, GA.  ACC is responsible for this movement. 

3. Establish a TF-34 Engine Centralized Intermediate Repair Facility at Moody AFB. Receive base-level TF-34 engine intermediate maintenance from Shaw AFB, SC.  ACC is responsible for this movement.

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Robins Air Force Base

Air Force Material Command (AFMC) is responsible for Robins AFB. Realign Robins AFB through the following actions:

1. AFMC is responsible for the following moves:
(a) Relocate rotary wing air platform development and acquisition from Robins AFB, to Redstone Arsenal, AL.
(b) Relocate the fixed wing related Air Platform Development and Acquisition from Robins AFB to Wright Patterson Air Force Base, OH.
(c) Consolidate the supply, storage, and distribution functions and associated inventories supporting depot operations, maintenance, and production at the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center with the supply, storage, and distribution functions at the Warner Robins Strategic Distribution Platform.
(d) Disestablish storage and distribution functions for tires, packaged petroleum, oils, and lubricants, and compressed gases at the Defense Distribution Depot, Robins Air Force Base.
(e) Relocate the Budget/Funding, Contracting, Cataloging, Requisition Processing, Customer Services, Item Management, Stock Control, Weapon System Secondary Item Support, Requirements Determination, 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. Reestablish them as Defense Logistics Agency Inventory Control Point functions and disestablish the procurement management and related support functions for Depot Level Repairables and designate them as Defense Supply Center Richmond, VA, Inventory Control Point functions.
 
2. Distribute the 19th Air Refueling Group's KC-135R/T aircraft to meet the Primary Aircraft Authorizations (PAA) 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 Mobility Command is responsible for this movement. 

3. Relocate aircraft and necessary personnel, equipment and support from Naval Air Station Atlanta, GA, to Robins AFB. The Navy is responsible for this action in cooperation with AFMC. 

4. Relocate the 202d Engineering Installation Squadron (ANG), a geographically separated unit at Middle Georgia Regional Airport, GA, into available space at Robins AFB. The Air National Guard is responsible for this movement. 

* Relocate the 642d CBSG WR-ALC OL for Life Support and Sustainment from Brooks City-Base, TX and reintegrate into the parent unit at Robins AFB, GA. 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 Robins Air Force Base, GA civilian workforce. AFMC is responsible for this movement. 

Relocate the Individual Mobilization Augmentee operational management functions from Air Reserve Personnel Center (Buckley Annex), CO, to Robins Air Force Base, GA, and consolidate with the Air Force Reserve Command at Robins Air Force Base, GA. Air Force Reserve Command is responsible for this movement.

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Savannah International Airport Air Guard Station

The Air National Guard is responsible for Savannah Air Guard Station (AGS), GA. Realign Savannah AGS through the following actions: 

Move the Home Station Training Site from the 188th Fighter Wing, Ft. Smith AGS, AR, to Savannah, GA.

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