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  • INDIANA

    Affected BRAC 2005 Locations Fort Wayne International Airport Air Guard StationGrissom Air Reserve Base, Bunker Hill, Navy Marine Corps Reserve Center Hulman Regional Airport Air Guard StationFort Wayne International Airport Air Guard StationThe Air National Guard is responsible for Fort Wayne Air Guard Station (AGS). Realign Fort Wayne through the
  • ILLINOIS

    Affected BRAC 2005 Locations Capital Airport Air Guard StationGreater Peoria Regional AirportScott Air Force Base Capital Airport Air Guard StationThe Air National Guard is responsible for Capital Air Guard Station (AGS). Realign Capital through the following actions: 1. Distribute the 15 F-16 aircraft assigned to the 183d Fighter Wing, Capital
  • IDAHO

    Affected BRAC 2005 Locations Boise Air Terminal Air Guard StationMountain Home Air Force Base Boise Air Terminal Air Guard StationThe Air National Guard is responsible for Boise Air Terminal Air Guard Station (AGS). Realign Boise through the following actions: 1. Establish 18 Primary Aircraft Authorization (PAA) A-10 aircraft at the 124th Wing (Air
  • IOWA

    Affected BRAC 2005 Locations Des Moines International Airport Air Guard StationSioux Gateway Airport Air GuardDes Moines International Airport Air Guard StationThe Air National Guard is responsible for Des Moines Air Guard Station (AGS). Realign Des Moines through the following actions: 1. Establish 18 Primary Aircraft Authrization F-16 aircraft at
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