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BRAC Map of Florida

BRAC Map of Florida


Affected BRAC 2005 Locations
Eglin Air Force Base
Homestead Air Reserve Station
Hurlburt Field
Jacksonville International Airport Air Guard Station
MacDill Air Force Base
Patrick Air Force Base
Tyndall Air Force Base


Eglin Air Force Base

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

1. Relocate the Weapons and Armaments In-Service Engineering Research, Development & Acquisition, and Test and Evaluation from Hill AFB, UT, to Eglin AFB, FL.

2. Relocate Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) National Command Region conventional armament Research from Fort Belvoir, VA, to Eglin AFB, FL. DTRA is responsible for effecting this movement. 

3. Relocate to Eglin AFB a sufficient number of maintenance support personnel from Naval Air Station Oceana, VA, to stand up the Navy's portion of the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) Initial Joint Training Site at Eglin AFB, FL. The Navy is responsible for effecting this movement in coordination with Air Education and Training (AETC)  and AFMC. 

4. Relocate to Eglin AFB a sufficient number of instructor pilots and operations support personnel from Luke AFB, AZ, Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, CA, and Naval Air Station Oceana, VA, to stand up the Service portions of the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) Initial Joint Training Site at Eglin AFB, FL. AETC is responsible for effecting this movement. 

5. Relocate to Eglin a sufficient number of frontline and instructor-qualified maintenance technicians and logistics support personnel from Sheppard AFB, TX and Naval Air Station Pensacola, to stand up the Service portions of the JSF Initial Joint Training Site established at Eglin Air Force Base, FL.  AETC is responsible for affecting this movement.

6. Relocate to Eglin AFB the 7th Special Forces Group (SFG) from Fort Bragg, NC, to Eglin AFB, FL. The Army is responsible for effecting this movement in coordination with AFMC.

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Homestead Air Reserve Station

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

Establish 24 Primary Aircraft Authorization F-16 aircraft at the 482d Fighter Wing, Homestead Air Reserve Base, FL.

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Hurlburt Field

Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) is responsible for Hurlburt Field, FL. Realign Hurlburt Field through the following action: 

Relocate Regional Supply Squadron positions from Hurlburt Field to form a Mobility Air Force Logistic Support Center at Scott AFB, IL. Air Mobility Command is responsible for this action in coordination with AFSOC.

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Jacksonville International Airport Air Guard Station

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

1. Relocate base-level F-100 engine intermediate maintenance from Jacksonville AGS to New Orleans Air Reserve Station, LA, to establish an F-100 Engine Centralized Intermediate Repair Facility.

2. Establish 18 Primary Aircraft Authorization F-15 aircraft at the 125th Fighter Wing, Jacksonville IAP AGS, FL.

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MacDill Air Force Base

Air Mobility Command (AMC) is responsible for MacDill AFB, FL. Realign MacDill through the following actions: 

1. Disestablish the inpatient mission at the 6th Medical Group and convert the hospital to a clinic with an ambulatory surgery center.  AMC is responsible for this action in coordination with AF/SG. 

2. Establish 16 Primary Aircraft Authorization KC-135R/T at the 6th Air Mobility Wing, MacDill AFB, FL. The 6th Air Mobility Wing will host a classic association with 927th Air Refueling Wing (AFR) manpower authorizations realigned from Selfridge ANGB, MI. Operations and Maintenance units will realign from the 927th and ECS units.

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Patrick Air Force Base

No BRAC action.

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Tyndall Air Force Base

Air Education and Training Command (AETC) is responsible for Tyndall AFB, FL. Realign Tyndall through the following actions:

1. Establish an F-15 Avionics CIRF at Tyndall AFB. Receive base-level F-15 avionics intermediate maintenance from Langley AFB, VA. Air Combat Command is responsible for this movement. 

2. Relocate base-level F-100 engine intermediate maintenance from Tyndall AFB to New Orleans Air Reserve Station, LA (ANG), to establish an F-100 Engine Centralized Intermediate Repair Facility. AETC is responsible for this movement.

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