Installations

Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force (Installations) provides guidance, direction and oversight of matters pertaining to the shaping and strengthening of Air Force installations in support of personnel and logistical combat capability. This includes asset management, base closures, military construction, family housing, community and congressional interface, joint use of airfields, ranges, and disposal of real property.
              

Installations Headlines

BRAC team discusses program closure - The Wright Patterson AFB BRAC team invites the local media to a retrospective round table discussion on the recent conclusion of the 2005 BRAC program.

Hurlburt Field preferred for MQ-1 remote split-operation unit

WASHINGTON (AFNS) -- Air Force officials announced Aug. 4 that Hurlburt Field, Fla., is the preferred alternative for the Air Force Reserve Command MQ-1 remote split-operations squadron.

Responsibilities

- Leading the Air Force's real property transformation to unlock hidden value in its real property assets to facilitate force structure recapitalization (Enhanced Use Leasing)

- Directs the Air Force housing and utilities privatization and recapitalization programs to ensure each and every airman is living in a quality home for themselves and their families

- Actively engaged in enabling the President's Management Agenda to identify, sustain, and streamline infrastructure assets (Executive Order 13327)

- Approves usage of Air Force real property by non-Air Force users to minimize short and long term impacts to Air Force operations

- Responding to the Combatant Commander's needs, ensures Air Force construction resources are focused on meeting critical contingency requirements

- Engages with local community groups on issues impacting the installation sustainability and local community economic viability

- Advocates with congressional members and addresses members concerns on behalf of Air Force installations

- Ensures mandatory congressional notification is accomplished in a timely manner

- Through the Readiness and Environmental Protection Initiative (REPI), addresses Air Force encroachment and range compatibility issues maximizing warfighting training opportunities

- Advocate within the corporate structure for appropriate resources to ensure our facilities and infrastructure can be adequately sustained, restored, and modernized

- Partners with local communities for joint use of airfields; leveraging installation infrastructure to ensure installation mission capability is met while meeting civilian air travel needs

- Maximizing use of AF Real Property infrastructure to ensure Air Force warfighting capability and joint training opportunities where appropriate 

Leadership


Mr. Robert E. Moriarty
(Biography)
Deputy Assistant Secretary
Installations 

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Air Force Installations

There are 176 Department of Air Force installations. The official list of installations is updated annually at the end of each fiscal year.  Fiscal year 2021 (FY21) updates to the Department of Air Force installation enterprise, such as the renaming of Space Force bases, will be published at the end of FY21.

List of Air Force Installations