[Federal Register Volume 70, Number 93 (Monday, May 16, 2005)]
[Notices]
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Base Closures and Realignments (BRAC); Notice

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DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

Office of the Secretary


Base Closures and Realignments (BRAC)

AGENCY: Department of Defense.

ACTION: Notice of Recommended Base Closures and Realignments.

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SUMMARY: The Secretary of Defense is authorized to recommend military 
installations inside the United States for closure and realignment in 
accordance with Section 2914(a) of the Defense Base Closure and 
Realignment Act of 1990, as amended (Pub. L. 101-510; 10 U.S.C. 2687 
note). The Secretary is required to publish his list of recommendations 
in the Federal Register by May 16, 2005. The list of recommendations is 
included in the Supplementary Information section.

EFFECTIVE DATE: May 16, 2005.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Mr. Mike McAndrew, Base Realignment 
and Closure Office, ODUSD(I&E), (703) 614-5356.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

A. List of Recommendations

Department of the Army Recommendations

Fort Wainwright, AK
    Recommendation: Realign Fort Wainwright, AK, by relocating the Cold 
Regions Test Center (CRTC) headquarters from Fort Wainwright, AK, to 
Fort Greely, AK.
Fort Gillem, GA
    Recommendation: Close Fort Gillem, GA. Relocate the Headquarters, 
1st U.S. Army to Rock Island Arsenal, IL. Relocate the 2nd Recruiting 
Brigade to Redstone Arsenal, AL. Relocate the 52nd Explosive Ordnance 
Disposal (EOD) Group to Fort Campbell, KY. Relocate the 81st RRC 
Equipment Concentration Site to Fort Benning, GA. Relocate the 3rd U.S. 
Army Headquarters support office to Shaw Air Force Base, SC. Relocate 
the Headquarters U.S. Forces Command (FORSCOM) VIP Explosive Ordnance 
Support to Pope Air Force Base, NC. Close the Army-Air Force Exchange 
System (AAFES) Atlanta Distribution Center and establish an enclave for 
the Georgia Army National Guard, the remainder of the 81st RRC units 
and the Criminal Investigation Division (CID) Forensics Laboratory.
Fort McPherson, GA
    Recommendation: Close Fort McPherson, GA. Relocate the Headquarters 
U.S. Army Forces Command (FORSCOM), and the Headquarters U.S. Army 
Reserve Command (USARC) to Pope Air Force Base, NC. Relocate the 
Headquarters 3rd U.S. Army to Shaw Air Force Base, SC. Relocate the 
Installation Management Agency Southeastern Region Headquarters and the 
U.S. Army Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM) Southeastern 
Region Headquarters to Fort Eustis, VA. Relocate the Army Contracting 
Agency Southern Region Headquarters to Fort Sam Houston.
Operational Army (IGPBS)
    Recommendation: Realign Fort Bliss, TX by relocating air defense 
artillery units to Fort Sill and relocating 1st Armored Division and 
various echelon above division units from Germany and Korea to Fort 
Bliss, TX. Realign Fort Sill by relocating an artillery (Fires) brigade 
to Fort Bliss. Realign Fort Hood, TX by relocating maneuver battalions, 
a support battalion, and aviation units to Fort Bliss, TX. Realign Fort 
Riley, KS by inactivating various units, activating a Brigade Combat 
Team (BCT) and relocating 1st Infantry Division units and various 
echelons above division units from Germany and Korea to Fort Riley, KS. 
Realign Fort Campbell, KY, by relocating an attack aviation battalion 
to Fort Riley, KS.
Maneuver Training
    Recommendation: Realign Fort Knox, KY, by relocating the Armor 
Center and School to Fort Benning, GA, to accommodate the activation of 
an Infantry Brigade Combat Team (BCT) at Fort Knox, KY, and the 
relocation of engineer, military police, and combat service support 
units from Europe and Korea. Realign Fort McCoy, WI, by relocating the 
84th Army Reserve Regional Training Center to Fort Knox, KY.
U.S. Army Garrison Michigan (Selfridge)
    Recommendation: Close United States Army Garrison Michigan at 
Selfridge, which is located on Selfridge Air National Guard Base. 
Retain an enclave to support the Dynamic Structural Load Simulator 
(Bridging) Laboratory and the Water Purification Laboratory on 
Selfridge.
Fort Monmouth, NJ
    Recommendation: Close Fort Monmouth, NJ. Relocate the U.S. Army 
Military Academy Preparatory School to West Point, NY. Relocate the 
Joint Network Management System Program Office to Fort Meade, MD. 
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 to Defense Supply Center Columbus, OH, and 
reestablish them as Defense Logistics Agency Inventory Control Point 
functions; relocate the procurement management and related support 
functions for Depot Level Reparables to Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, 
and designate them as Inventory Control Point functions, detachment of 
Defense Supply Center Columbus, OH, and relocate the remaining 
integrated materiel management, user, and related support functions to 
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD. Relocate Information Systems, Sensors, 
Electronic Warfare, and Electronics Research and Development & 
Acquisition (RDA) to Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD. Relocate the elements 
of the Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems and 
consolidate into the Program Executive Office, Enterprise Information 
Systems at Fort Belvoir, VA.
    Realign Fort Belvoir, VA by relocating and consolidating Sensors, 
Electronics, and Electronic Warfare Research, Development and 
Acquisition activities to Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, and by 
relocating and consolidating Information Systems Research and 
Development and Acquisition (except for the Program Executive Office, 
Enterprise Information Systems) to Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.
    Realign Army Research Institute, Fort Knox, KY, by relocating Human 
Systems Research to Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.
    Realign Redstone Arsenal, AL, by relocating and consolidating 
Information Systems Development and Acquisition to Aberdeen Proving 
Ground, MD.
    Realign the PM Acquisition, Logistics and Technology Enterprise 
Systems and Services (ALTESS) facility at 2511 Jefferson Davis Hwy, 
Arlington, VA, a leased installation, by relocating and consolidating 
into the Program Executive Office, Enterprise Information Systems at 
Fort Belvoir, VA.
Fort Bragg, NC
    Recommendation: Realign Fort Bragg, NC, by relocating the 7th 
Special Forces Group (SFG) to Eglin AFB, FL, and by activating the 4th 
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relocating European-based forces to Fort Bragg, NC.
Single Drill Sergeant School
    Recommendation: Realign Fort Benning, GA, and Fort Leonard Wood, 
MO, by relocating the Drill Sergeant School at each location to Fort 
Jackson, SC.
Fort Hood, TX
    Recommendation: Realign Fort Hood, TX, by relocating a Brigade 
Combat Team (BCT) and Unit of Employment (UEx) Headquarters to Fort 
Carson, CO.
Red River Army Depot, TX
    Recommendation: Close Red River Army Depot, TX. Relocate the 
storage and demilitarization functions of the Munitions Center to 
McAlester Army Ammunition Plant, OK. Relocate the munitions maintenance 
functions of the Munitions Center to McAlester Army Ammunition Plant, 
OK, and Blue Grass Army Depot, KY. Relocate the depot maintenance of 
Armament and Structural Components, Combat Vehicles, Depot Fleet/Field 
Support, Engines and Transmissions, Fabrication and Manufacturing, Fire 
Control Systems and Components, and Other to Anniston Army Depot, AL. 
Relocate the depot maintenance of Powertrain Components, and Starters/
Generators to Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, GA. Relocate the 
depot maintenance of Construction Equipment to Anniston Army Depot, AL, 
and Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, GA. Relocate the depot 
maintenance of Tactical Vehicles to Tobyhanna Army Depot, PA and 
Letterkenny Depot, PA. Relocate the depot maintenance of Tactical 
Missiles to Letterkenny Army Depot, PA. Disestablish the supply, 
storage, and distribution functions for tires, packaged Petroleum, Oil, 
and Lubricants, and compressed gases. Relocate the storage and 
distribution functions and associated inventories of the Defense 
Distribution Depot to the Defense Distribution Depot, Oklahoma City, 
OK.
Fort Monroe, VA
    Recommendation: Close Fort Monroe, VA. Relocate the U.S. Army 
Training & Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Headquarters, the Installation 
Management Agency (IMA) Northeast Region Headquarters, the U.S. Army 
Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM) Northeast Region 
Headquarters and the Army Contracting Agency Northern Region Office to 
Fort Eustis, VA. Relocate the U.S. Army Accessions Command and U.S. 
Army Cadet Command to Fort Knox, KY.
USAR Command and Control--Southwest
    Recommendation: Realign the Joint Force Training Base Los Alamitos, 
CA by disestablishing the 63rd Regional Readiness Command (RRC) 
Headquarters, Robinson Hall, USARC and activating a Southwest Regional 
Readiness Command headquarters at Moffett Field, CA in a new AFRC. 
Realign Camp Pike Reserve Complex, Little Rock, AR by disestablishing 
the 90th RRC and activating a Sustainment Brigade. Close the Major 
General Harry Twaddle United States Armed Forces Reserve Center, 
Oklahoma City, OK, and relocate the 95th DIV (IT) to Fort Sill, OK. 
Realign Camp Parks Reserve Forces Training Area, CA, by relocating the 
91st Div (TSD) to Fort Hunter Liggett, CA.
USAR Command and Control--Southeast
    Recommendation: Realign Birmingham Armed Forces Reserve Center 
Alabama by disestablishing the 81st Regional Readiness Command, and 
establishing the Army Reserve Southeast Regional Readiness Command in a 
new Armed Forces Reserve Center on Fort Jackson, SC. Close Louisville 
United States Army Reserve Center and relocate the 100th DIV(IT) 
headquarters to Fort Knox, KY.
USAR Command and Control New England
    Recommendation: Close the Westover Armed Forces Reserve Center, 
Chicopee, Massachusetts, the MacArthur United States Army Reserve 
Center, Springfield, Massachusetts, the United States Army Reserve Area 
Maintenance Support Activity, Windsor Locks, Connecticut, and realign 
the Malony United States Army Reserve Center on Devens Reserve Forces 
Training Area by disestablishing the 94th Regional Readiness Command, 
and relocate all units from the closed facilities to a new Armed Forces 
Reserve Center on Westover Air Reserve Base. Establish an Army Reserve 
Sustainment Brigade headquarters in the new Armed Forces Reserve Center 
on Westover Air Reserve Base. Realign Devens Reserve Forces Training 
Area by relocating the 5th JTF, 654th ASG and the 382nd MP Battalion to 
the new Armed Forces Reserve Center on Westover Air Reserve Base. The 
new Armed Forces Reserve Center shall have the capability to 
accommodate Massachusetts Army National Guard units from the 
Massachusetts Army National Guard Armory in Agawam Massachusetts, if 
the state decides to relocate those National Guard units.
USAR Command and Control--Northeast
    Recommendation: Realign Pitt USARC, Coraopolis, PA by 
disestablishing the HQ 99th Regional Readiness Command and establishing 
a Northeast Regional Readiness Command Headquarters at Fort Dix, NJ. 
Close Camp Kilmer, NJ and relocate the HQ 78th Division at Fort Dix, 
NJ. Realign Fort Totten, NY by disestablishing the HQ 77th Regional 
Readiness Command and establishing a Maneuver Enhancement Brigade at 
Fort Dix, NJ. Realign Fort Sheridan IL by relocating the 244th Aviation 
Brigade to Fort Dix, NJ. Realign Fort Dix, NJ by relocating Equipment 
Concentration Site 27 to the New Jersey Army National Guard 
Mobilization and Training Equipment Site joint facility at Lakehurst, 
NJ. Close Charles Kelly Support Center and relocate units to Pitt U.S. 
Army Reserve Center, PA. Close Carpenter USARC, Poughkeepsie, NY, close 
McDonald USARC, Jamaica, NY, close Fort Tilden USARC, Far Rockaway, NY, 
close Muller USARC, Bronx, NY, and relocate units to a new Armed Forces 
Reserve Center at Fort Totten, NY. Close the United States Army Reserve 
Center on Fort Hamilton, NY and relocate the New York Recruiting 
Battalion Headquarters and Army Reserve units into a new Armed Forces 
Reserve Center on Fort Hamilton, NY. The new AFRC shall have the 
capacity to accommodate units from the NYARNG 47th Regiment Marcy 
Armory, Brooklyn and the Brooklyn Bedford Armory/OMS, Brooklyn NY if 
the state decides to relocate those National Guard units.
USAR Command and Control--Northwest
    Recommendation: Close Vancouver Barracks and relocate the 104th 
Division (IT) to Fort Lewis, WA. Relocate all other units to a new 
Armed Forces Reserve Center in Vancouver, WA. Close Fort Lawton by 
disestablishing the 70th Regional Readiness Command, relocate all other 
units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center on Fort Lewis, WA and 
establish a Maneuver Enhancement Brigade. Realign Fort Snelling, MN by 
disestablishing the 88th Regional Readiness Command and establish the 
Northwest Regional Readiness Command Headquarters at Fort McCoy, WI. 
Realign the Wichita U.S. Army Reserve Center by disestablishing the 
89th Regional Readiness Command and establishing a Sustainment Unit of 
Action at the Wichita Army Reserve Center in support of the Northwest 
Regional Readiness Command at Fort McCoy, WI. Realign Fort Douglas, UT 
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disestablishing the 96th Regional Readiness Command and establishing a 
Sustainment Unit of Action in support of the Northwest Regional 
Readiness Command at Fort McCoy, WI.
RC Transformation in Alabama
    Recommendation: Realign Birmingham Armed Forces Reserve Center, 
Birmingham, Alabama, by relocating Detachment 1, 450th Military Police 
Company into a new Armed Forces Reserve Center(AFRC) on or near 
Birmingham Air National Guard Base, Birmingham, Alabama, if the Army is 
able to acquire land suitable for the construction of the facility. The 
new AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate the Alabama National 
Guard units from the following Alabama ARNG Readiness Centers: Fort 
Graham, Fort Hanna and Fort Terhune, Birmingham, Alabama, if the state 
decides to relocate those National Guard units.
    Close the Wright United States Army Reserve Center, Mobile, Alabama 
and relocate units into a new Armed Forces Reserve Center in Mobile, 
Alabama, if the Army is able to acquire land suitable for the 
construction of the facility. The new AFRC shall have the capability to 
accommodate Alabama National Guard units from the following Alabama 
ARNG Readiness Centers: Fort Ganey, and Fort Hardeman, Mobile, Alabama, 
if the state decides to relocate those National Guard units.
    Close the Faith Wing United States Army Reserve Center on Fort 
McClellan, Alabama and relocate units into a new Armed Forces Reserve 
Center on Pelham Range in Anniston, Alabama.
    Close the Finnell United States Army Reserve Center and the Area 
Maintenance Support Activity, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and the Vicksburg 
United States Army Reserve Center, Vicksburg, Mississippi, and relocate 
units into a new Armed Forces Reserve Center and Area Maintenance 
Support Activity (AMSA) in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, if the Army is able to 
acquire land suitable for the construction of the facilities. The new 
AFRC and AMSA shall have the capability to accommodate the 31st 
Chemical Brigade from the Northport Alabama Army National Guard 
Readiness Center, and units from the Fort Powell-Shamblin Alabama Army 
National Guard Readiness Center, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, if the state 
decides to relocate those National Guard units.
    Close the Screws Army Reserve Center in Montgomery, Alabama; close 
the Cleveland Abbot Army Reserve Center, Tuskegee, Alabama; close the 
Harry Gary, Jr. Army Reserve Center, in Enterprise, Alabama; close the 
Quarles-Flowers Army Reserve Center in Decatur, Alabama; close the 
Grady Anderson Army Reserve Center, Troy, Alabama; and relocate all 
units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center (AFRC) at the Alabama Army 
National Guard Joint Forces Headquarters Complex in Montgomery, AL, if 
the Army is able to acquire suitable property for the construction of 
the facilities. The new AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate 
ARNG units currently located on the Alabama Army National Guard Joint 
Forces Headquarters Complex in Montgomery, Alabama, if the state 
decides to relocate those National Guard units.
RC Transformation in Arizona
    Recommendation: Close the United States Army Reserve Center, Allen 
Hall near Tucson Arizona and the Area Maintenance Support Activity 18 
on Fort Huachuca, Arizona by relocating all units from the closed 
facilities to an Armed Forces Reserve Center and maintenance facility 
on the Arizona Army National Guard Silverbell Army Heliport/Pinal Air 
Park in Marana, Arizona, if the Army is able to acquire suitable land 
for the construction of the facilities. The new AFRC shall have the 
capability to accommodate the Arizona National Guard 860th MP Company 
and the 98th Troop Command from Papago Park Readiness Center, if the 
State of Arizona decides to relocate those units.
    Close the Deer Valley United States Army Reserve Center 
(2) in Phoenix and re-locate units to a new Armed Forces 
Reserve Center on the Arizona Army National Guard Buckeye Training 
Site. The new AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate units from 
the Army National Guard Phoenix Readiness Center, if the State of 
Arizona decides to relocate those units.
RC Transformation in Arkansas
    Recommendation: Close the United States Army Reserve Center, 
Arkadelphia, Arkansas and re-locate units into a new Armed Forces 
Reserve Center in Arkadelphia, if the Army is able to acquire suitable 
land for the construction of the facilities. The new AFRC shall have 
the capability to accommodate Arkansas National Guard units from the 
Arkansas Army National Guard Readiness Center, Arkadelphia if the State 
of Arkansas decides to relocate those units.
    Close the United States Army Reserve Center, Camden, Arkansas and 
relocate units into an Armed Forces Reserve Center by converting the 
Arkansas Army National Guard Readiness Center, Camden if the state 
decides to alter their facility.
    Close the United States Army Reserve Center, El Dorado, Arkansas 
and re-locate units into a new Armed Forces Reserve Center in El 
Dorado, if the Army is able to acquire suitable land for the 
construction of the facilities. The new AFRC shall have the capability 
to accommodate Arkansas National Guard units from the Arkansas Army 
National Guard Readiness Center, El Dorado if the state decides to 
relocate those National Guard units.
    Realign the Army Reserve Center, Darby, Arkansas, by relocating the 
341st Engineer Company and elements of the 75th Division (Exercise) 
from buildings 2552-2560, 2516, and 2519, Fort Chaffee, AR 
into a new Armed Forces Reserve Center, on Fort Chaffee, AR. The new 
AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate Arkansas National Guard 
units from the following Arkansas National Guard Readiness Centers: the 
Arkansas Army National Guard Readiness Center, Charleston, AR, the 
Arkansas Army National Guard Readiness Center, Van Buren, AR, and the 
Arkansas Army National Guard Readiness Center, Fort Smith, AR, if the 
state decides to relocate those National Guard units.
    Close the Army Reserve Equipment Concentration Site (ECS), Barling, 
Arkansas and relocate units to a new Joint Maintenance Facility on Fort 
Chaffee, Arkansas. The new Joint Maintenance Facility shall have the 
capability to accommodate Arkansas National Guard units from the 
Arkansas Army National Guard Combined Support Maintenance Shop (CSMS) 
on Fort Chaffee if the State of Arkansas decides to relocate those 
units.
    Close the United States Army Reserve Center, Hot Springs, Arkansas 
and the United States Army Reserve Organizational Maintenance Activity 
(OMS), Malvern, AR and relocate units to a new Armed Forces Reserve 
Center on property located in Hot Springs, AR, if the Army is able to 
acquire suitable land for the construction of the facilities. The new 
AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate Arkansas Army National 
Guard units from the Arkansas Army National Guard Readiness Center in 
Hot Springs, AR if the State of Arkansas decides to relocate those 
units.
    Close the United States Army Reserve Center, Jonesboro, Arkansas 
and relocate units into a new Armed Forces Reserve Center and Field 
Maintenance Site in Jonesboro, AR if the Army is able to acquire 
suitable land for the construction of the facilities. The new AFRC 
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accommodate Arkansas National Guard units from the Arkansas Army 
National Guard Readiness Center, Jonesboro, AR, the Arkansas Army 
National Guard Readiness Center, Paragould, AR and the Field 
Maintenance Site (FMS), Jonesboro, if the state decides to relocate 
those National Guard units. Close the Pond United States Army Reserve 
Center, Fayetteville, Arkansas and re-locate units into a new Armed 
Forces Reserve Center in Northwest Arkansas, if the Army is able to 
acquire suitable land for the construction of the facilities. The new 
AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate Arkansas National Guard 
units from the Arkansas Army National Guard Readiness Centers in 
Fayetteville, Springdale, Rogers and Bentonville, Arkansas if the State 
of Arkansas decides to relocate those units.
    Close the Stone United States Army Reserve Center, Pine Bluff, 
Arkansas and re-locate units into a new Armed Forces Reserve Center on 
Pine Bluff Arsenal, Arkansas. The new AFRC shall have the capability to 
accommodate Arkansas National Guard units from the Arkansas Army 
National Guard Readiness Center, Pine Bluff if the state decides to 
relocate those National Guard units.
RC Transformation in California
    Recommendation: Close the United States Army Reserve Center, 
Moffett Field, California, the George Richey United States Army Reserve 
Center, San Jose, California, and the Jones Hall United States Army 
Reserve Center, Mountain View, California and relocate units to a new 
Armed Forces Reserve Center with an Organizational Maintenance Shop on 
existing Army Reserve property on Moffett Field, California. The new 
AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate California National Guard 
Units from the following California ARNG Readiness Centers: Sunnyvale, 
California, San Lorenzo, California, Redwood City, California, and the 
Organizational Maintenance Shop, San Jose, California, if the state 
decides to relocate those National Guard units.
    Close the Desiderio United States Army Reserve Center, Pasadena, 
California, the Schroeder Hall United States Army Reserve Center, Long 
Beach, California, the Hazard Park United States Army Reserve Center, 
Los Angeles, California, and relocate units to a new Armed Forces 
Reserve Center on property being transferred to the Army Reserve from 
the General Services Administration at Bell, California. The new AFRC 
shall have the capability to accommodate California National Guard 
Units from the following California ARNG Readiness Centers: Bell, 
California, and Montebello, California, if the state decides to 
relocate those National Guard units.
RC Transformation in Connecticut
    Recommendation: Close Turner U.S. Army Reserve Center, Fairfield, 
CT, close Sutcovey U.S. Army Reserve Center, Waterbury, CT; close 
Danbury U.S. Army Reserve Center Danbury, CT, and relocate units to a 
new Armed Forces Reserve Center and Maintenance Facility in Newtown, 
CT, if the Army is able to acquire land suitable for the construction 
of the facilities adjacent to the existing CT Army National Guard 
Armory in Newtown, CT. The new AFRC and OMS shall have the capability 
to accommodate units from the following facilities: Connecticut Army 
National Guard Armories in Naugatuck, Norwalk and New Haven, CT, if the 
state decides to relocate those National Guard units.
    Close the U.S. Army Reserve Center, Middletown, CT, the 
Organizational Maintenance Shop, Middletown, CT; the SGT Libby U.S. 
Army Reserve Center, New Haven, CT; the Organizational Maintenance 
Shop, New Haven, CT; the Army Reserve Area Maintenance Support Activity 
69, Milford, CT and relocate units to a new Armed Forces 
Reserve Center, Organizational Maintenance Shop and Army Maintenance 
Support Activity in Middletown, Connecticut, if the Army is able to 
acquire land suitable for the construction of the facilities. The new 
AFRC, OMS and AMSA shall have the capability to accommodate units from 
the following facilities: Connecticut Army National Guard Armories in 
Putnam, Manchester, New Britain and the CTARNG facility in Newington, 
CT if the state decides to relocate those National Guard units.
RC Transformation in Delaware
    Recommendation: Close the Major Robert Kirkwood United States Army 
Reserve Center and its organizational maintenance shop in Newark, DE 
and relocate units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center and 
organizational maintenance support facility in Newark, DE, if the Army 
is able to acquire suitable land for the construction of the 
facilities. The new AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate 
Delaware Army National Guard units from the William Nelson Armory in 
Middletown, DE, if the state decided to relocate those units.
RC Transformation in Georgia
    Recommendation: Close the United States Army Reserve Center, 
Columbus, GA and relocate and consolidate those units together with 
Army Reserve Units currently on Fort Benning into a new United States 
Army Reserve Center on Fort Benning, GA.
RC Transformation in Hawaii
    Recommendation: Close the United States Army Reserve Center, Hilo 
(SFC Minoru Kunieda), HI and relocate units to a new Armed Forces 
Reserve Center on Keaukaha Military Reservation if the Army can acquire 
suitable land for the construction of the new facilities. The New AFRC 
shall have the capability to accommodate Hawaii National Guard units 
from the following Hawaii ARNG Armories: Keaau and Honokaa if the state 
decides to relocate those units.
RC Transformation in Illinois
    Recommendation: Close the United States Army Reserve Center in 
Marion, IL, and relocate units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center in 
Carbondale, IL, if the Army is able to acquire suitable land for the 
construction of the facilities. The new AFRC shall have the capability 
to accommodate Illinois National Guard Units from the following Army 
National Guard Readiness Centers: Cairo, IL and Carbondale, IL, if the 
State of Illinois decides to relocate those units.
    Close the United States Army Reserve Center in Centralia, IL and 
the United States Army Reserve Center in Fairfield, IL, and relocate 
units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center in Mt. Vernon, IL. The new 
AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate Illinois National Guard 
Units from the following Army National Guard Readiness Centers: Mt. 
Vernon (17B75), IL, Mt. Vernon (17B73), IL, and Salem (17C65), IL, if 
the State of Illinois decides to relocate those units.
    Close the Armed Forces Reserve Center in Waukegan, IL and relocate 
units into a new Armed Forces Reserve Center in Lake County, IL, if the 
Army is able to acquire suitable land for the construction of the 
facilities. The new AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate 
Illinois National Guard Units from the Army National Guard Readiness 
Center in Waukegan, IL, if the State of Illinois decides to relocate 
those units.
RC Transformation in Indiana
    Recommendation: Close Lafayette United States Army Reserve Center 
in Lafayette, IN and relocate units into a new Armed Forces Reserve 
Center (AFRC) on the site of the existing Indiana Army Guard Armory 
(18B75) Lafayette, IN, if the Army is able to acquire land suitable for 
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AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate the Indiana National 
Guard units from the following Indiana ARNG Readiness Centers: Boswell, 
IN, Attica, IN, Delphi, IN, Remington, IN, Monticello, IN, and 
Darlington, IN, if the state decides to relocate those National Guard 
units.
    Realign Charles H. Seston United States Army Reserve Center by 
relocating the 402nd Engineer Company and Detachment 1 of the 417th 
Petroleum Company into a new Armed Forces Reserve Center in the 
vicinity of Greenwood and Franklin, IN, if the Army is able to acquire 
land suitable for the construction of the facility. The new AFRC shall 
have the capability to accommodate the Indiana National Guard units 
from the Camp Atterbury Army National Guard Readiness Center (building 
500), and the 219th Area Support Group Readiness Center 
(Building 4), Camp Atterbury, IN, if the state decides to 
relocate those National Guard units.
RC Transformation in Iowa
    Recommendation: Close the Recruiting Battalion Headquarters and 
Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS) leased facilities in Des 
Moines and relocate units into a new Armed Forces Reserve Center and 
MEPS at Camp Dodge, IA. The new AFRC shall have the capability to 
accommodate units from the Army National Guard Readiness Center located 
at Camp Dodge, IA, if the state decides to relocate those National 
Guard units.
    Close the United States Army Reserve Center and the Area 
Maintenance Support Activity in Middletown, IA and relocate units into 
a new Armed Forces Reserve Center (AFRC) with an Organizational 
Maintenance and Vehicle Storage Facility on Iowa Army Ammunition Plant, 
IA. The new AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate units from 
the Burlington Army National Guard Readiness Center located in 
Burlington, IA, if the state decides to relocate those National Guard 
units.
    Close the United States Army Reserve Center in Muscatine, IA and 
relocate units into a new Armed Forces Reserve Center (AFRC) in 
Muscatine, IA, if the Army is able to acquire land suitable for the 
construction of the facility. The new AFRC shall have the capability to 
accommodate units from the Muscatine Army National Guard Readiness 
Center located in Muscatine, IA, if the state decides to relocate those 
National Guard units.
    Close the Armed Forces Reserve Center in Cedar Rapids, IA and 
relocate units into a new Armed Forces Reserve Center (AFRC) with an 
Organizational Maintenance Facility (OMF) in Cedar Rapids, IA, if the 
Army is able to acquire land suitable for the construction of the 
facility. The new AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate units 
from the Cedar Rapids Army National Guard Readiness Center and its 
Organizational Maintenance Facility located in Cedar Rapids, IA, if the 
state decides to relocate those National Guard units.
RC Transformation in Kentucky
    Recommendation: Close the Richmond U.S. Army Reserve Center, 
Maysville U.S. Army Reserve Center and relocate and consolidate those 
units with Army Reserve units currently on Bluegrass Army Depot into a 
new Armed Forces Reserve Center (AFRC) and Field Maintenance Facility 
(FMS) on Blue Grass Army Depot, KY. The new AFRC shall have the 
capability to accommodate Kentucky National Guard units located on 
Bluegrass Army Depot, KY, if the state decides to relocate those 
National Guard units.
    Close the Paducah Memorial United States Army Reserve Center and 
the Paducah 2 United States Army Reserve Center and relocate 
units into a new Armed Forces Reserve Center (AFRC) and Field 
Maintenance Shop (FMS) adjacent to the Paducah Airport, Paducah, KY, if 
the Army is able to acquire land suitable for the construction of the 
facilities. The new AFRC and FMS shall have the capability to 
accommodate units from the Paducah Army National Guard Readiness Center 
and the Kentucky Army National Guard Organizational Maintenance Shop 
(OMS) 2, Paducah, KY, if the state decides to relocate those 
National Guard units.
RC Transformation in Louisiana
    Recommendation: Close the Roberts United States Army Reserve Center 
Baton Rouge, LA and the Navy-Marine Corps Reserve Center, Baton Rouge, 
LA, and relocate units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center and Field 
Maintenance Shop on suitable state property adjacent to the Baton Rouge 
Airport (State Property). The new AFRC shall have the capability to 
accommodate Louisiana National Guard Units from the Army National Guard 
Readiness Center located in Baton Rouge, LA and the Army National Guard 
Organizational Maintenance Shop 8 located in Baton Rouge, LA 
if the State of Louisiana decides to relocate those National Guard 
units.
    Close United States Army Reserve Center, Shreveport, LA, and the 
United States Army Reserve Center, Bossier City, LA and relocate all 
Reserve Component units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center that will 
be constructed on or adjacent to the Naval-Marine Corps Reserve Center, 
Shreveport in Bossier City, LA if the Army is able to acquire suitable 
property for construction of the facilities.
RC Transformation in Maryland (AFRC Frederick, MD)
    Recommendation: Close the Flair Memorial Armed Forces Reserve 
Center and its organizational maintenance shop in Frederick, MD and 
relocate U.S. Army Reserve and U.S. Marine Corps Reserve units to new 
consolidated Armed Forces Reserve Center and organizational maintenance 
support facility on Fort Detrick, MD.
RC Transformation in Massachusetts
    Recommendation: Close the Army Reserve Equipment Concentration Site 
65 Annex, Ayer, MA and relocate units to a new Armed Forces Reserve 
Center in Ayer, MA; realign the Devens Reserve Forces Training Area, 
MA, by relocating the 323d Maintenance Facility, and the Regional 
Training Site Maintenance to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center complex 
in Ayer, MA; realign Ayer Area 3713 by relocating storage functions to 
a new Armed Forces Reserve Center complex in Ayer, MA. Realign the 
Marine Corps Reserve Center Ayer, MA, by relocating the 1/25th Marines 
Maintenance Facility, Marine Corps Reserve Electronic Maintenance 
Section, and Maintenance Company/4th Marine Battalion to a new Armed 
Forces Reserve Center complex in Ayer, MA. The new Armed Forces Reserve 
Center complex shall have the capability to accommodate all Reserve 
units affected by this recommendation including Army National Guard 
units from the Ayer Armory and Consolidated Support Maintenance Shop, 
Ayer, MA, if the state decides to relocate the National Guard units.
RC Transformation in Michigan
    Recommendation: Close the U.S. Army Reserve Center Stanford C. 
Parisian in Lansing, MI, close the Army Reserve Area Maintenance 
Support Activity 135 in Battle Creek, MI, and relocate units 
to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center on Fort Custer Reserve Training 
Center, MI.
RC Transformation in Minnesota
    Recommendation: Close U.S. Army Reserve Center Faribault, MN and 
relocate units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center at Faribault 
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suitable land for the construction of the facilities. The new AFRC 
shall have the capability to accommodate units from the Faribault 
Minnesota Army National Guard Armory, if the state decides to relocate 
those units.
    Close U.S. Army Reserve Center Cambridge, MN and relocate units to 
a new Armed Forces Reserve Center in Cambridge, MN if the Army is able 
to acquire suitable land for the construction of the facilities. The 
new AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate Minnesota ARNG units 
from the Cambridge Minnesota Army National Guard Armory, if the state 
decides to relocate those units.
RC Transformation in Missouri
    Recommendation: Close the United States Army Reserve Center in 
Greentop, MO, and relocate units to a new United States Army Reserve 
Center in Kirksville, MO, if the Army is able to acquire suitable land 
for the construction of the facilities.
    Close the Jefferson Barracks United States Army Reserve Center, and 
relocate units into a new consolidated Armed Forces Reserve Center on 
Jefferson Barracks, MO, if the Army is able to acquire suitable land 
for the construction of the facilities. The new AFRC shall have the 
capability to accommodate Missouri Army National Guard Units from the 
Readiness Center in Jefferson Barracks if the State of Missouri decides 
to relocate those units.
RC Transformation in Montana
    Recommendation: Close Galt Hall Army Reserve Center in Great Falls, 
MT and relocate units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center on Malmstrom 
Air Force Base, Great Falls, MT.
    Close Army Reserve Center Veuve Hall (building 26) and 
Area Maintenance Support Activity 75 on Fort Missoula, MT, and 
relocate units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center in Missoula, MT if 
the Army is able to acquire suitable land for the construction of the 
facilities. The new AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate 
Montana National Guard units from the Montana Army National Guard 
Armory in Missoula, MT, if the state decides to relocate those National 
Guard units.
RC Transformation in Nebraska
    Recommendation: Close the United States Army Reserve Center in 
Wymore, NE, and relocate units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center 
with an organizational maintenance facility in the vicinity of 
Beatrice, NE, if the Army is able to acquire land suitable for the 
construction of the facilities. The new AFRC shall have the capability 
to accommodate Nebraska National Guard Units from the following 
Nebraska ARNG Readiness Centers: Fairbury, NE, Falls City, NE and Troop 
C, 1-167th Cavalry in Beatrice, NE, if the state decides to relocate 
those National Guard units.
    Close the United States Army Reserve Center in Columbus, NE, and 
relocate units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center in Columbus, NE. 
The new AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate Nebraska National 
Guard Units from the Nebraska ARNG Readiness Center, Columbus, NE, if 
the state decides to relocate those National Guard units.
    Close the United States Army Reserve Center in Hastings, NE, and 
relocate units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center on Greenlief 
Training Site in Nebraska. The new AFRC shall have the capability to 
accommodate Nebraska National Guard Units from the following Nebraska 
ARNG Readiness Centers: Grand Island, NE, Crete, NE, and Hastings, NE, 
if the state decides to relocate those National Guard units.
    Close the United States Army Reserve Center in Kearney, NE, and 
relocate units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center in Kearney, NE if 
the Army is able to acquire suitable land for the construction of the 
facilities. The new AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate 
Nebraska National Guard Units from the Nebraska ARNG Readiness Center, 
Kearney, NE, if the state decides to relocate those National Guard 
units.
    Close the United States Army Reserve Center in McCook, NE, and 
relocate units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center in McCook, NE, if 
the Army is able to acquire suitable land for the construction of the 
facilities. The new AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate 
Nebraska National Guard Units from the Nebraska ARNG Readiness Center, 
McCook, NE, if the state decides to relocate those National Guard 
units.
RC Transformation in New Hampshire
    Recommendation: Close Paul Doble Army Reserve Center in Portsmouth, 
NH; and relocate units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center and 
associated training and maintenance facilities adjacent to Pease Air 
National Guard Base, NH, if the Army is able to acquire suitable land 
for the construction of the facilities. The new AFRC and complex will 
have the capability to accommodate New Hampshire National Guard units 
from the following New Hampshire ARNG Armories: Rochester, Portsmouth, 
Somersworth and Dover, NH, if the state decides to relocate those 
National Guard units.
RC Transformation in New Jersey
    Recommendation: Close the Nelson Brittin Army Reserve Center in 
Camden, NJ and relocate units to a new consolidated Armed Forces 
Reserve Center in Camden, NJ, if the Army can acquire suitable land for 
the construction of the new facilities. The New AFRC shall have the 
capability to accommodate units from the New Jersey ARNG Armory, 
Burlington, if the state decides to relocate those units.
RC Transformation in New Mexico
    Recommendation: Close the Jenkins Armed Forces Reserve Center 
located in Albuquerque, New Mexico and relocate the units into a new 
Armed Forces Reserve Center on Kirtland Air Force Base.
RC Transformation in New York
    Recommendation: Close the United States Army Reserve Center, 
Stewart-Newburg, NY and relocate units to a new Armed Forces Reserve 
Center on Stewart Army Sub Post adjacent to Stewart Air National Guard 
Base, NY. The new AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate New 
York National Guard units from the Readiness Center at Newburg, NY, if 
the State of New York decides to relocate those National Guard units.
    Close the United States Army Reserve Center and Army Maintenance 
Support Activity, Niagara Falls, NY and construct a new Armed Forces 
Reserve Center on the existing site in Niagara Falls, NY. The New AFRC 
shall have the capability to accommodate the NY National Guard units 
from the Niagara Falls Readiness Center, if the state of New York 
decides to relocate those National Guard units.
    Close the BG Theodore Roosevelt United States Army Reserve Center, 
Uniondale, NY, the Amityville Armed Forces Reserve Center (Army Reserve 
and Marine Corps Reserve), Amityville, NY, and relocate units into a 
new Armed Forces Reserve Center with an Organizational Maintenance Shop 
on federal property licensed to the New York Army National Guard in 
Farmingdale, NY. The new AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate 
New York National Guard units from the following New York Army National 
Guard Readiness Centers: Bayshore, Freeport, Huntington Station, 
Patchogue and Riverhead, and Organizational Maintenance Shop 21, 
Bayshore, NY, if the State of New York decides to relocate those 
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RC Transformation in North Carolina
    Recommendation: Close the Army Reserve Adrian B. Rhodes Armed 
Forces Reserve Center in Wilmington, NC, close the Rock Hill Armed 
Forces Reserve Center in Rock Hill, South Carolina, close the Niven 
Armed Forces Reserve Center in Albermarle, NC and relocate all Army and 
Navy units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center (AFRC) and 
Organizational Maintenance Shop (OMS) in Wilmington, NC, if the Army is 
able to acquire suitable land for the construction of the facilities.
RC Transformation in North Dakota
    Recommendation: Close 96th RRC David Johnson USARC in Fargo, ND and 
relocate into a new Reserve Center on Hector Field Air National Guard 
Base.
RC Transformation in Ohio
    Recommendation: Close the Scouten Army Reserve Center, Mansfield, 
OH and the Parrott Army Reserve Center, Kenton, OH, and relocate all 
units to a new AFRC at Mansfield Air National Guard Base located at 
Mansfield-Lahm Airport. The new AFRC shall have the capability to 
accommodate units from the following facilities: Ohio ARNG Armories in 
Mansfield and Ashland, OH, if the state decides to relocate those 
National Guard units.
    Close U.S. Army Reserve Center, Springfield OH, and relocate all 
units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center on the Springfield Air 
National Guard Base, Springfield, OH. The new AFRC shall have the 
capability to accommodate units from the following facility: Ohio ARNG 
Readiness Center, Springfield, OH; if the state decides to relocate 
those National Guard units.
    Close Fort Hayes U.S. Army Reserve Center, Columbus, OH and 
Whitehall U.S. Army Reserve Center, Whitehall, OH and relocate units to 
a new Armed Forces Reserve Center on Defense Supply Center Columbus, 
OH. The new AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate units from 
the following facilities: Ohio ARNG Armories Howey (Columbus), 
Sullivant (Columbus), Newark, Westerville and Oxford, OH, Rickenbacker 
Air National Guard Base, Building 943 if the state decides to 
relocate those National Guard units.
RC Transformation in Oklahoma
    Recommendation: Close the Armed Forces Reserve Center (AFRC) Broken 
Arrow located in Broken Arrow, OK and relocate the Army Reserve, Marine 
Corps Reserve and Naval Reserve units into a new Armed Forces Reserve 
Center and consolidated maintenance facility in Broken Arrow, OK if the 
Army is able to acquire suitable land for the construction of the 
facility. The new AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate 
Oklahoma Army National Guard units from the following Oklahoma Army 
National Guard Readiness Centers: Broken Arrow, Eufaula, Okmulgee, 
Tahlequah, Haskell, Cushing, Wagoner and the Field Maintenance Shop 
(FMS 14) located in Okmulgee, if the State of Oklahoma decides to 
relocate those National Guard units.
    Close the Keathley and Burris United States Army Reserve Centers 
located in Lawton and Chickasha, OK; close the Wichita Falls United 
States Army Reserve Center in Wichita Falls, TX; close the 1st, 3rd, 
5th, and 6th United States Army Reserve Centers and Equipment 
Concentration Site (ECS) located on Fort Sill and relocate units into a 
new Armed Forces Reserve Center on Fort Sill, OK and a new United 
States Army Reserve Equipment Concentration Site to be collocated with 
the Oklahoma Army National Guard Maneuver Area Training Equipment Site 
on Fort Sill. The new AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate 
Oklahoma Army National Guard units from the following Oklahoma Army 
National Guard Readiness Centers: Lawton, Frederick, Anadarko, 
Chickasha, Marlow, Walters, and Healdton; realign B/1-158 Field 
Artillery (MLRS) from the Oklahoma Army National Guard Readiness Center 
located in Duncan if the State of Oklahoma decides to relocate those 
National Guard units.
    Close the Floyd Parker United States Army Reserve Center in 
McAlester, OK and relocate units into a new Armed Forces Reserve Center 
and Consolidated Field Maintenance Shop on the McAlester Army 
Ammunition Plant, McAlester, OK. The new AFRC shall have the capability 
to accommodate Oklahoma Army National Guard units from the following 
Oklahoma Army National Guard Readiness Centers: The Field Maintenance 
Shop in Durant, OK; the Oklahoma Army National Guard Readiness Centers 
in Atoka, Allen, Hartshorne, Madill, McAlester and Tishomingo, OK; the 
Oklahoma Army National Guard Readiness Center and Field Maintenance 
Shop in Edmond, OK if the State of Oklahoma decides to relocate those 
National Guard units.
    Close the Ashworth United States Army Reserve Center located in 
Muskogee, OK and relocate units into a new Armed Forces Reserve Center 
in Muskogee, OK, if the Army is able to acquire suitable land for the 
construction of the facility. The new AFRC shall have the capability to 
accommodate Oklahoma Army National Guard units from the following 
Oklahoma Army National Guard Readiness Centers: Henryetta, Muskogee, 
Okemah, Pryor, and Stilwell, OK if the State of Oklahoma decides to 
relocate those National Guard units.
    Close the Farr United States Army Reserve Center, Antlers, OK, the 
Roush United States Army Reserve Center, Clinton, OK, the Smalley 
United States Army Reserve Center, Norman, OK and relocate units into a 
new Armed Forces Reserve Center and Consolidated Maintenance Facility 
on the Norman Military Complex, Norman, OK. The new AFRC shall have the 
capability to accommodate Oklahoma Army National Guard units from the 
following Oklahoma Army National Guard facilities: Oklahoma Army 
National Guard Readiness Centers in Tonkawa, OK, Konawa, OK, Wewoka, 
OK, Oklahoma City (23rd Street), OK, the 23d Street Field Maintenance 
Shop in Oklahoma City, the Consolidated Maintenance Facility on the 
Norman Military Complex, Norman, OK and C CO, 700th Support Battalion 
from the Readiness Center, Edmond, OK if the State of Oklahoma decides 
to relocate those National Guard units.
    Close the Manuel Perez and Billy Krowse United States Army Reserve 
Centers located in Oklahoma City, OK. Relocate units into a new Armed 
Forces Reserve Center in West Oklahoma City, OK, if the Army is able to 
acquire suitable land for the construction of the facility. The new 
AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate Oklahoma Army National 
Guard units from the following Oklahoma Army National Guard facilities: 
Readiness Centers located in Southwest Oklahoma City (44th Street), El 
Reno, Minco, and Pawnee, the Oklahoma Army National Guard 1345 
Transportation Company and the 345th Quartermaster Water Support 
Battalion from Midwest City if the State of Oklahoma decides to 
relocate those National Guard units.
    Close the Robbins United States Army Reserve Center located in 
Enid, OK and relocate units into a new Armed Forces Reserve Center and 
Consolidated Field Maintenance Shop on Vance Air Force Base, OK. The 
new AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate Oklahoma Army 
National Guard units from the following Oklahoma Army National Guard 
facilities: Enid, Alva, Woodward, Blackwell, Cherokee, Watonga, and the 
National Guard Field Maintenance Shop in Enid, OK if the State of 
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RC Transformation in Oregon
    Recommendation: Close Sears Hall United States Army Reserve Center 
in Portland, OR, close Sharff Hall United States Army Reserve Center in 
Portland, OR, and relocate units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center 
on Camp Withycombe, OR. The new Armed Forces Reserve Center (AFRC) 
shall have the capability to accommodate Oregon National Guard units 
currently on Camp Withycombe and from the following Oregon ARNG 
Armories: Lake Oswego Armory, Maison Armory, and Jackson Band Armory, 
OR, if the state decides to relocate those National Guard units.
RC Transformation in Pennsylvania
    Recommendation: Close the United States Army Reserve Center in 
Lewisburg, PA, the United States Army Reserve Center in Bloomsburg, PA, 
the United States Army Reserve Organizational Maintenance Shop in 
Bloomsburg, PA, and relocate units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center 
with an organizational maintenance facility in the Lewisburg/
Bloomsburg, PA area, if the Army is able to acquire suitable land for 
the construction of the facilities. The new AFRC shall have the 
capability to accommodate PA National Guard Units from the following 
Army National Guard Readiness Centers: Lewisburg, PA, Sunbury, PA, and 
Berwick, PA, if the Commonwealth of PA decides to relocate those units.
    Close the United States Army Reserve Center in Williamsport, PA, 
the United States Army Reserve Organizational Maintenance Shop in 
Williamsport, PA, and relocate units to a new Armed Forces Reserve 
Center with an organizational maintenance facility in Williamsport, PA, 
if the Army is able to acquire suitable land for the construction of 
the facilities. The new AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate 
Pennsylvania National Guard Units from the Army National Guard 
Readiness Center in Williamsport, PA, if the Commonwealth of 
Pennsylvania decides to relocate those units.
    Close the Reese United States Army Reserve Center in Chester, PA, 
the United States Army Reserve Organizational Maintenance Shop in 
Chester, PA, the Germantown Veterans Memorial United States Army 
Reserve Center in Philadelphia, PA, the Horsham Memorial United States 
Army Reserve Center in Horsham, PA, the 1LT Ray S. Musselman Memorial 
United States Army Reserve Center in Norristown, PA, and the North Penn 
memorial United States Army Reserve Center in Norristown, PA, and 
relocate units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center with an 
organizational maintenance facility at Willow Grove Joint Reserve Base, 
PA. The Army shall establish an enclave at Willow Grove Joint Reserve 
Base, PA, to retain essential facilities to support activities of the 
Reserve Components.
    Close the Wilson Kramer United States Army Reserve Center in 
Bethlehem, PA, and the United States Army Reserve Organizational 
Maintenance Shop in Bethlehem, PA, and relocate units to a new United 
States Army Reserve Center with an organizational maintenance facility 
in the Allentown/ Bethlehem, PA area, if the Army is able to acquire 
suitable land for the construction of the facilities.
    Close the Philadelphia Memorial United States Armed Forces Reserve 
Center in Philadelphia, PA, the Philadelphia Memorial United States 
Armed Forces Reserve Center Organizational Maintenance Shop in 
Philadelphia, PA, and relocate Army Reserve and Marine Corps Reserve 
units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center with an organizational 
maintenance facility in Bristol, PA, on the existing Bristol Veterans 
Memorial Reserve Center site.
    Close the Serrenti Memorial United States Army Reserve Center in 
Scranton, PA, the Serrenti Memorial United States Army Reserve 
Organizational Maintenance Shop in Scranton, PA, the United States Army 
Reserve Center in Wilkes-Barre, PA, the United States Army Reserve 
Organizational Maintenance Shop in Wilkes-Barre, PA, and relocate units 
to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center with an organizational maintenance 
facility in Scranton, PA, if the Army is able to acquire suitable land 
for the construction of the facilities.
RC Transformation in Rhode Island
    Recommendation: Close the Bristol Army Reserve Center, Bristol, RI, 
the Harwood Army Reserve Center, Providence, RI, the Warwick Army 
Reserve Center and Organizational Maintenance Shop, Warwick, RI. 
Relocate all units to a new Army Reserve Center on Newport Naval Base, 
RI.
RC Transformation in Tennessee
    Recommendation: Close the Guerry United States Army Reserve Center, 
Chattanooga, TN, and Bonney Oaks United States Army Reserve Center, 
Chattanooga, TN, and relocate units into a new Armed Forces Reserve 
Center (AFRC) on Volunteer Army Ammunition Plant, Chattanooga, TN.
    Close the Kingsport Armed Forces Reserve Center (AFRC), the 
Kingsport Organizational Maintenance Shop (OMS), and the Army 
Maintenance Support Activity (AMSA), Kingsport, TN, and relocate units 
into a new Armed Forces Reserve Center and Field Maintenance Shop on 
Holston Army Ammunition Plant, Kingsport, TN. The new AFRC shall have 
the capability to accommodate Tennessee National Guard units from the 
Kingsport Armed Forces Reserve Center, Kingsport, TN, if the state 
decides to relocate those National Guard units.
    Close the United States Army Reserve Center outside of Fort 
Campbell (located in Clarksville TN), KY, and relocate units, along 
with units currently in buildings 6912 and 2907 on 
Fort Campbell into a new Armed Forces Reserve Center (AFRC) and 
Organizational Maintenance Shop (OMS) on Fort Campbell, KY. The new 
AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate units from the 
Clarksville Army National Guard Readiness Center, Clarksville, TN, if 
the state decides to relocate those National Guard units.
RC Transformation in Texas
    Recommendation: Close the Tharp United States Army Reserve Center, 
Amarillo, TX and relocate units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center in 
Amarillo, TX, if the Army is able to acquire land suitable for the 
construction of the facilities. The new AFRC shall have the capability 
to accommodate Texas National Guard Units from the following Texas ARNG 
Readiness Centers: Amarillo, Pampa, and Hale Co, TX, if the state 
decides to relocate those National Guard units.
    Close the United States Army Reserve Center, Brownsville, TX and 
relocate units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center in Brownsville, TX, 
if the Army is able to acquire suitable land for the construction of 
the facilities. The new AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate 
Texas National Guard Units from the Texas ARNG Readiness Center in 
Brownsville, TX, if the state decides to relocate those National Guard 
units.
    Close the United States Army Reserve Center, Boswell, TX and the 
United States Army Reserve Center, Callaghan, TX and relocate units to 
a new Armed Forces Reserve Center on existing Federal property on Camp 
Bullis, TX. The new AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate Texas 
National Guard Units from the Texas ARNG Readiness Center in Hondo, TX, 
A Company and Headquarters Company, 1st of the 141st Infantry, the 
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the Texas Army National Guard Area Support Medical Battalion, if the 
state decides to relocate those National Guard units.
    Close the Grimes United States Army Reserve Center, Abilene, TX and 
relocate B Company of the 413th Civil Affairs Battalion and the Area 
Maintenance Support Activity 11 Sub-Shop to a new Armed Forces Reserve 
Center with a Field Maintenance Shop on Dyess Air Force Base, TX. The 
new AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate Texas National Guard 
Units from the following Texas ARNG Readiness Centers: Abilene, 
Coleman, and Snyder, TX, and the Texas Army National Guard Field 
Maintenance Shop, Abilene, TX, if the state decides to relocate those 
National Guard units.
    Close the United States Army Reserve Center, Seguera, TX, the 
United States Army Reserve Center, Benavidez, TX, the United States 
Army Reserve Center, Fort Bliss, TX, the United States Army Reserve 
Center, McGregor Range, TX and the United States Army Reserve Equipment 
Concentration Site, McGregor Range, TX and relocate units to a new 
Armed Forces Reserve Center with a Consolidated Equipment Concentration 
Site and Maintenance Facility on Fort Bliss, TX. The new AFRC shall 
have the capability to accommodate Texas National Guard Units from the 
following Texas ARNG Readiness Centers: Fort Bliss and Hondo Pass, TX, 
if the state decides to relocate those National Guard units.
    Close the Herzog United States Army Reserve Center, Dallas, TX and 
relocate units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center on the existing 
Grand Prairie Reserve Complex, Grand Prairie, TX. Realign the 490th 
Civil Affairs Battalion from the Grimes United States Army Reserve 
Center and relocate the unit into the new AFRC. The new AFRC shall have 
the capability to accommodate Texas National Guard Units from the 
following Texas ARNG Readiness Centers: Arlington, TX, and California 
Crossing, TX, if the state decides to relocate those National Guard 
units.
    Close the United States Army Reserve Center, Pasadena, TX and 
relocate units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center with a Field 
Maintenance Shop in (East) Houston, TX, if the Army is able to acquire 
land suitable for the construction of the facilities. The new AFRC 
shall have the capability to accommodate Texas National Guard Units 
from the following Texas ARNG Readiness Centers: Baytown, Pasadena, and 
Ellington Field, TX, and the Texas Army National Guard Field 
Maintenance Shop located on Ellington Field, TX, if the state decides 
to relocate those National Guard units.
    Close United States Army Reserve Center 2, Perimeter Park, 
TX and United States Army Reserve Center 3, Houston, TX and 
relocate units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center with a consolidated 
Field Maintenance Shop in (Northwest) Houston, TX, if the Army is able 
to acquire land suitable for the construction of the facilities. The 
new AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate Texas National Guard 
Units from the following Texas ARNG Readiness Centers: Beaumont, Port 
Arthur, Port Neches, and Orange, TX, and the Texas Army National Guard 
Field Maintenance Shop located in Port Neches, TX if the state decides 
to relocate those National Guard units.
    Close the Miller United States Army Reserve Center, Huntsville, TX 
and relocate units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center in Huntsville, 
TX, if the Army is able to acquire suitable land for the construction 
of the facilities. The new AFRC shall have the capability to 
accommodate Texas National Guard Units from the Texas ARNG Readiness 
Center in Huntsville, TX, if the state decides to relocate those 
National Guard units.
    Close the Muchert United States Army Reserve Center, Dallas, TX and 
relocate units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center Lewisville, TX, if 
the Army is able to acquire land suitable for the construction of the 
facilities. The new AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate Texas 
National Guard Units from the following Texas ARNG Readiness Centers: 
Denton, Irving, and Denison, TX, if the state decides to relocate those 
National Guard units.
    Close the United States Army Reserve Center, Lufkin, TX and 
relocate units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center in Lufkin, TX, if 
the Army is able to acquire suitable land for the construction of the 
facilities. The new AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate Texas 
National Guard Units from the following Texas ARNG Readiness Centers: 
Lufkin and Nacogdoches, TX, if the state decides to relocate those 
National Guard units.
    Close the United States Army Reserve Center, Alice, TX and the 
United States Army Reserve Center, NAS Kingsville, TX and relocate 
units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center on NAS Kingsville, TX, if 
the Army determines the property is suitable for construction. The new 
AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate Texas National Guard 
Units from the following Texas ARNG Readiness Centers: Alice and 
Kingsville, TX, if the state decides to relocate those National Guard 
units.
    Close the Watts-Guillot United States Army Reserve Center, 
Texarkana, TX and realign the Hooks Army Reserve Center on Red River 
Army Depot by relocating units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center on 
Red River Army Depot, TX. The new AFRC shall have the capability to 
accommodate Texas National Guard Units from the following Texas ARNG 
Readiness Centers: Atlanta, and Texarkana, if the state decides to 
relocate those National Guard units.
    Close Round Rock United States Army Reserve Center (leased) and 
relocate units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center with a consolidated 
Field Maintenance Shop in Round Rock, TX, if the Army is able to 
acquire land suitable for the construction of the facilities. The new 
AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate Texas National Guard 
Units from the Texas ARNG Readiness Centers in Austin and Taylor, TX, 
and the Texas Army National Guard Field Maintenance Shop in Austin, TX, 
if the state decides to relocate those National Guard units.
    Close the United States Army Reserve Center, San Marcos, TX, and 
relocate units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center in San Marcos, TX, 
if the Army is able to acquire land suitable for the construction of 
the facilities. The new AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate 
Texas National Guard Units from the following Texas ARNG Readiness 
Centers: San Marcos, Sequin, and New Braunfels, TX, if the state 
decides to relocate those National Guard units. Close the Hanby-Hayden 
United States Army Reserve Center, Mesquite, TX and relocate units to a 
new Armed Forces Reserve Center with an Organizational Maintenance Shop 
on United States Army Reserve property in Seagoville, TX. The new AFRC 
shall have the capability to accommodate Texas National Guard Units 
from the following Texas ARNG Readiness Centers: Dallas 2, 
Kaufman and Terrell (including the Organizational Maintenance Shop), 
TX, if the state decides to relocate those National Guard units.
    Close the United States Army Reserve Center, Tyler, TX and the 
United States Army Reserve Center, Marshall, TX and relocate units to a 
new Armed Forces Reserve Center with a Field Maintenance Shop in Tyler, 
TX, if the Army is able to acquire suitable land for the construction 
of the facilities. The new AFRC shall have the capability to 
accommodate Texas National Guard Units from the following Texas ARNG 
Readiness Centers: Athens, Tyler, Henderson, Kilgore, Marshall, and 
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Maintenance Shop in Marshall, TX, if the state decides to relocate 
those National Guard units.
RC Transformation in Vermont
    Recommendation: Close Chester Memorial Army Reserve Center and 
Organizational Maintenance Shop, Chester, VT and Berlin Army Reserve 
Center, Berlin, VT and relocate all units to a new Armed Forces Reserve 
Center with an Organizational Maintenance Facility in the vicinity of 
White River Junction, VT if the Army is able to acquire land suitable 
for the construction of the facilities. The new AFRC and OMS shall have 
the capability to accommodate units from the following facilities: 
Vermont Army National Guard Armories in Ludlow, North Springfield and 
Windsor, VT, if the state decides to relocate those National Guard 
units.
    Close Army Reserve Center, Courcelle Brothers and associated 
Organizational Maintenance Shop, Rutland, VT; close Army Reserve Army 
Maintenance Support Activity, Rutland, VT and relocate all units to a 
new Armed Forces Reserve Center and Organizational Maintenance Facility 
in the vicinity of Rutland, VT, if the Army is able to acquire land 
suitable for the construction of the facilities. The new AFRC and 
Maintenance Activity shall have the ability to accommodate units from 
the following facility: Vermont Army National Guard Armory Rutland, VT; 
if the state decides to relocate those National Guard units.
RC Transformation in Washington
    Recommendation: Close Mann Hall Army Reserve Center, Area 
Maintenance Support Shop 80 and Walker Army Reserve Center in 
Spokane, WA and relocate units to a new consolidated Armed Forces 
Reserve Center and Organizational Maintenance Shop on Fairchild Air 
Force Base. The new AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate units 
from the following Washington ARNG facilities: Washington ARNG Armory 
and Organizational Maintenance Shop, Geiger Field, WA, if the state 
decides to relocate those units.
    Close Wagenaar Army Reserve Center Pasco, WA and relocate units to 
a new consolidated Armed Forces Reserve Center on Yakima Training 
Center. Realign Pendleton Army Reserve Center on Yakima Training Center 
by moving all assigned units to the new Armed Forces Reserve Center on 
Yakima Training Center. The new AFRC shall have the capability to 
accommodate units from the following Washington ARNG facility: 
Washington ARNG Ellensburg Readiness Center, if the state decides to 
relocate those units.
    Close the Oswald United States Army Reserve Center, Everett, WA, 
and relocate units to a new Armed Forces Reserve Center in the Everett, 
WA area if the Army is able to acquire suitable land for construction 
of the new facility. The new AFRC shall have the capability to 
accommodate units from the following Washington ARNG facilities: 
Washington ARNG Everett Readiness Center and Snohomish Readiness 
Center, if the state decides to relocate those units.
RC Transformation in West Virginia
    Recommendation: Close the Elkins U.S. Army Reserve Center and its 
supporting Maintenance Shop in Beverly, WV and relocate units into a 
new Armed Forces Reserve Center in the vicinity of Elkins, WV, if the 
Army is able to acquire land suitable for the construction of the 
facilities. The new AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate West 
Virginia Army National Guard Units from the Readiness Center in Elkins, 
WV if the State decides to relocate those National Guard units.
    Close the 1LT Harry Colburn U.S. Army Reserve Center and its 
supporting Maintenance Shop in Fairmont, WV and re-locate units into a 
new Armed Forces Reserve Center in the vicinity of Fairmont, WV, if the 
Army is able to acquire land suitable for the construction of the 
facilities. The new AFRC shall have the capability to accommodate West 
Virginia National Guard Units from the Readiness Center in Fairmont, WV 
if the State decides to relocate those National Guard units.
    Close SSG Roy Kuhl U.S. Army Reserve Center and Maintenance 
Facility in Ripley and the MAJ Elbert Bias USAR Center, Huntington, WV 
and re-locate units into a new Armed Forces Reserve Center in the 
vicinity of Ripley, WV, if the Army is able to acquire land suitable 
for the construction of the facilities. The new AFRC shall have the 
capability to accommodate West Virginia National Guard Units from the 
West Virginia Army National Guard Readiness Center in Spencer, West 
Virginia if the State of West Virginia decides to relocate those 
National Guard units.
RC Transformation in Wisconsin
    Recommendation: Close the Truman Olson and G.F. O'Connell U.S. Army 
Reserve Centers in Madison, WI and relocate units to a new Armed Forces 
Reserve Center (AFRC) in Madison, WI, if the Army can acquire suitable 
land for the construction of the new facilities. The new AFRC shall 
have the capability to accommodate Army National Guard units from the 
following Wisconsin Army National Guard Armories; the Madison Armory 
(Bowman Street), Madison Armory/OMS 9, and the Madison Armory (2400 
Wright Street), if the state decides to relocate those units.
RC Transformation in Wyoming
    Recommendation: Close Wyoming Army National Guard (WYARNG) Army 
Aviation Support Facility (AASF) in Cheyenne, WY (DA leased facility) 
and relocate Army National Guard units and aviation functions to a new 
WYARNG AASF, Readiness Center, and Field Maintenance Shop (FMS) on F.E. 
Warren Air Force Base, WY. The new readiness center/FMS shall have the 
capability to accommodate Army National Guard units from the Joint 
Force Headquarters Complex in Cheyenne, WY, if the state decides to 
relocate those units.
RC Transformation in Puerto Rico
    Recommendation: Close the U.S. Army Reserve Center 1st Lieutenant 
Paul Lavergne, Bayamon, PR and relocate the 973rd Combat Support (CS) 
Company into a new Armed Forces Reserve Center on United States Army 
Reserve property in Ceiba, PR, and relocate all other units into a new 
Armed Forces Reserve Center (AFRC) on Fort Buchanan, PR. Realign the 
U.S. Army Reserve Center Captain E. Rubio Junior, Puerto Nuevo, PR, by 
relocating the 807th Signal Company into a new Armed Forces Reserve 
Center on Fort Buchanan, PR. The new AFRC on Fort Buchanan, PR shall 
have the capability to accommodate units from the Puerto Rico Army 
Guard San Juan Readiness Center, San Juan, PR, if Puerto Rico decides 
to relocate those National Guard units. The new AFRC facility in Ceiba, 
PR shall have the capability to accommodate Puerto Rico National Guard 
units from the following PRARNG Readiness Centers: Humacao, Juncos, and 
Ceiba, PR, if Puerto Rico decides to relocate those National Guard 
units.
    Realign United States Army Reserve Center Captain E. Rubio Junior, 
Puerto Nuevo, PR, by relocating the 8th Brigade, 108th DIV (IT) to a 
new Armed Forces Reserve Center on Fort Allen, PR.
    Realign United States Army Reserve Center Ramey, Aguadilla, PR by 
relocating the 249th Quartermaster Company into a new Armed Forces 
Reserve Center in Mayaguez, PR, if the Army is able to acquire suitable 
land. The new facility shall have the capability to accommodate Puerto 
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Rico Army National Guard Readiness Center Mayaguez, if Puerto Rico 
decides to relocate those National Guard units.

Department of the Navy Recommendations

Recommendation for Closure
Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach Detachment, Concord, CA
    Recommendation: Close the Inland area of Naval Weapons Station Seal 
Beach Detachment, Concord CA, except retain such property and 
facilities as are necessary to support operations in the Tidal area of 
Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach Detachment Concord. The Tidal area of 
Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach Detachment Concord, along with the 
retained portion of the Inland area, shall be transferred to the Army.
Recommendation for Closure
Navy Reserve Centers
    Recommendation: Close the following Navy Reserve Centers:

Tuscaloosa, AL
St. Petersburg, FL
Pocatello, ID
Forest Park, IL
Evansville, IN
Cedar Rapids, IA
Sioux City, IA
Lexington, KY
Bangor, ME
Adelphi, MD
Duluth, MN
Cape Girardeau, MO
Lincoln, NE
Glens Falls, NY
Horseheads, NY
Watertown, NY
Asheville, NC
Central Point, OR
Lubbock, TX
Orange, TX

    Close the following Navy Reserve Facility:

Marquette, MI

    Close the following Navy Marine Corps Reserve Centers:

Grissom Air Reserve Base, Peru, IN
Tacoma, WA
Recommendation for Closure
Navy and Marine Corps Reserve Centers
    Recommendation: Close Navy Marine Corps Reserve Center Encino, CA 
and relocate the Marine Corps units to Marine Corps Reserve Center 
Pasadena, CA.
    Close Navy Marine Corps Reserve Center Moundsville, WV and relocate 
the Marine Corps units to Navy Marine Corps Reserve Center Pittsburgh, 
PA.
    Close Navy Marine Corps Reserve Center Reading, PA and relocate the 
Navy and Marine Corps units to Navy Marine Corps Reserve Centers Lehigh 
Valley, PA.
    Close Navy Marine Corps Reserve Center Los Angeles, CA and relocate 
the Navy and Marine Corps units to Armed Forces Reserve Center Bell, 
CA.
    Close Navy Marine Corps Reserve Center Akron, OH and Navy Reserve 
Center Cleveland, OH and relocate the Navy and Marine Corps units to 
Armed Forces Reserve Center Akron, OH.
    Close Navy Marine Corps Reserve Center Madison, WI, Navy Reserve 
Center Lacrosse, WI and Navy Reserve Center Dubuque, IA and relocate 
the Navy and Marine Corps units to Armed Forces Reserve Center Madison, 
WI.
    Close Navy Marine Corps Reserve Center Baton Rouge, LA and relocate 
the Marine Corps units to Armed Forces Reserve Center Baton Rouge, LA.
    Close Navy Marine Corps Reserve Center Tulsa, OK and relocate the 
Navy and Marine Corps units to Armed Forces Reserve Center Broken 
Arrow, OK.
    Close Navy Marine Corps Reserve Center Mobile, AL and relocate the 
Marine Corps units to Armed Forces Reserve Center Mobile, AL.
    Close Inspector-Instructor West Trenton, NJ and relocate Marine 
Corps reserve units and support staff to Navy Reserve Center Ft. Dix, 
NJ.
    Close Inspector-Instructor Rome, GA, and relocate Marine Corps 
reserve units and support staff to Navy Marine Corps Reserve Center 
Atlanta, GA.
Recommendation for Closure and Realignment
Naval Station Ingleside, TX and Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, TX
    Recommendation: Close Naval Station Ingleside, TX. Relocate its 
ships along with dedicated personnel, equipment and support to Naval 
Station San Diego, CA. Relocate the ship intermediate repair function 
to Shore Intermediate Maintenance Activity San Diego, CA. Consolidate 
Mine Warfare Training Center with Fleet Anti-submarine Warfare Training 
Center San Diego, CA. Realign Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, TX. 
Relocate Commander Mine Warfare Command and Commander Mobile Mine 
Assembly Group to Fleet Anti-Submarine Warfare Center, Point Loma, CA. 
Relocate Helicopter Mine Countermeasures Squadron 15 (HM-15) and 
dedicated personnel, equipment and support to Naval Station Norfolk, 
VA. Disestablish Commander Helicopter Tactical Wing U.S. Atlantic Fleet 
Aviation Intermediate Maintenance Detachment Truax Field at Naval Air 
Station Corpus Christi, TX and relocate its intermediate maintenance 
function for Aircraft Components, Fabrication & Manufacturing, and 
Support Equipment to Fleet Readiness Center Mid-Atlantic Site Norfolk, 
VA.
Recommendation for Closure
Submarine Base New London, CT
    Recommendation: Close Naval Submarine Base New London, CT. Relocate 
its assigned submarines, Auxiliary Repair Dock 4 (ARDM-4), and Nuclear 
Research Submarine 1 (NR-1) along with their dedicated personnel, 
equipment and support to Submarine Base Kings Bay, GA, and Naval 
Station Norfolk, VA. Relocate the intermediate submarine repair 
function to Shore Intermediate Repair Activity Norfolk, at Naval 
Shipyard Norfolk, VA, and Trident Refit Facility Kings Bay, GA. 
Relocate the Naval Submarine School and Center for Submarine Learning 
to Submarine Base Kings Bay, GA. Consolidate the Naval Security Group 
Activity Groton, CT with Naval Security Group Activity Norfolk, VA at 
Naval Station Norfolk, VA. Consolidate Naval Submarine Medical Research 
Laboratory Groton, CT, with Naval Medical Research Center at Walter 
Reed Army Medical Center Forest Glenn Annex, MD. Relocate Naval 
Undersea Medical Institute Groton, CT to Naval Air Station Pensacola, 
FL, and Fort Sam Houston, TX. Consolidate Navy Region Northeast, New 
London, CT, with Navy Region, Mid-Atlantic, Norfolk, VA.
Recommendation for Closure
Navy Regions
    Recommendation: Realign Naval Air Station Pensacola, FL, by 
consolidating Navy Region Gulf Coast, with Navy Region Southeast at 
Naval Air Station Jacksonville, FL. Realign Naval Air Station Corpus 
Christi, TX by consolidating Navy Region South with Navy Region Midwest 
at Naval Station Great Lakes, IL and Navy Region Southeast at Naval 
Station Jacksonville, FL.
Recommendation for Closure
Navy Recruiting Districts

    Recommendation: Close the following Navy Recruiting Districts:
Montgomery, AL
Indianapolis, IN
Kansas City, MO
Omaha, NE
Buffalo, NY
Recommendation for Closure
Naval Air Station Atlanta, GA
    Recommendation: Close Naval Air Station Atlanta, GA. Relocate its 
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and necessary personnel, equipment and support to Naval Air Station 
Joint Reserve Base New Orleans, LA; Naval Air Station Joint Reserve 
Base Fort Worth, TX; and Robins Air Force Base, Robins, GA. Relocate 
Reserve Intelligence Area 14 to Fort Gillem, Forest Park, GA. Relocate 
depot maintenance Aircraft Components, Aircraft Engines, Fabrication 
and Manufacturing, and Support Equipment in support of F/A-18, C-9 and 
C-12 aircraft to Fleet Readiness Center West Site Fort Worth at Naval 
Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, TX. Relocate intermediate 
maintenance in support of E-2C aircraft to Fleet Readiness Center Mid-
Atlantic Site New Orleans at Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base New 
Orleans, LA. Consolidate the Naval Air Reserve Atlanta with Navy Marine 
Corps Reserve Center Atlanta located at Dobbins Air Reserve Base, 
Marietta, GA. Retain the Windy Hill Annex.
Recommendation for Closure
Engineering Field Division/Activity
    Recommendation: Close Naval Facilities Engineering Field Division 
South leased space in Charleston, SC. Consolidate Naval Facilities 
Engineering Field Division South, Charleston, SC, with Naval Facilities 
Engineering Field Activity Southeast, Jacksonville, FL, at Naval Air 
Station Jacksonville, FL; Naval Facilities Midwest, Great Lakes, IL, at 
Naval Station Great Lakes, IL; and Naval Facilities Atlantic, Norfolk, 
VA at Naval Station Norfolk, VA. Close Naval Facilities Engineering 
Field Activity Northeast leased space in Lester, PA. Consolidate Naval 
Facilities Engineering Field Activity Northeast, Philadelphia, PA, with 
Naval Facilities Atlantic, Norfolk, VA at Naval Station Norfolk, VA and 
relocate Navy Crane Center Lester, PA, to Norfolk Naval Shipyard, 
Norfolk, VA.
Recommendation for Realignment
Navy Reserve Readiness Commands
    Recommendation: Realign Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort 
Worth, TX, by consolidating Navy Reserve Readiness Command South with 
Naval Reserve Readiness Command Midwest at Naval Station Great Lakes, 
IL. Realign Naval Station Newport, RI, and the Washington Navy Yard, 
Washington, DC, by consolidating Naval Reserve Readiness Command 
Northeast with Naval Reserve Readiness Command Mid-Atlantic and 
relocating the consolidated commands to Naval Station, Norfolk, VA.
Recommendation for Closure and Realignment
Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Willow Grove, PA and Cambria 
Regional Airport, Johnstown, PA
    Recommendation: Close Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Willow 
Grove, PA. Relocate all Navy and Marine Corps squadrons, their aircraft 
and necessary personnel, equipment and support to McGuire Air Force 
Base, Cookstown, NJ. Relocate the minimum amount of manpower and 
equipment to support intermediate maintenance workload and capacity for 
Tire and Wheel, non-destruction inspections, and Aviation Life Support 
System equipment to McGuire Air Force Base. Relocate intermediate 
maintenance workload and capacity for Aircraft Components, Aircraft 
Engines, Fabrication & Manufacturing, and Support Equipment to Fleet 
Readiness Center East, Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, NC. 
Deactivate the 111th Fighter Wing (Air National Guard) and relocate 
assigned A-10 aircraft to the 124th Wing (Air National Guard), Boise 
Air Terminal Air Guard Station, Boise, ID (three primary aircraft 
authorized); 175th Wing (Air National Guard), Martin State Airport Air 
Guard Station, Baltimore, MD, (three primary aircraft authorized); 
127th Wing (Air National Guard), Selfridge Air National Guard Base, 
Mount Clemens, MI (three primary aircraft authorized) and retired (six 
primary aircraft authorized). Relocate Armed Forces Reserve Center 
Expeditionary Combat Support manpower to Eglin Air Force Base, FL. 
Relocate Co A/228th Aviation to Fort Dix, Trenton, NJ. Relocate Reserve 
Intelligence Area 16 to Fort Dix. Establish an enclave for the Army 
Reserve units remaining on or relocating to Willow Grove and the Air 
National Guard 270th Engineering Installation Squadron. Realign Cambria 
Regional Airport, Johnstown, PA, by relocating Marine Light Attack 
Helicopter Squadron 775 Detachment A, to include all required 
personnel, equipment, and support, to McGuire Air Force Base.
Recommendation for Realignment
Officer Training Command, Pensacola, FL
    Recommendation: Realign Naval Air Station Pensacola, FL by 
relocating Officer Training Command Pensacola, FL to Naval Station 
Newport, RI, and consolidating with Officer Training Command Newport, 
RI.
Recommendation for Closure
Navy Supply Corps School Athens, GA
    Recommendation: Close the naval installation at Athens, GA. 
Relocate the Navy Supply Corps School and the Center for Service 
Support to Naval Station Newport, RI. Disestablish the Supply Corps 
Museum.
Recommendation for Closure
Naval Shipyard Portsmouth, Kittery, ME
    Recommendation: Close the Naval Shipyard Portsmouth, Kittery, ME. 
Relocate the ship depot repair function to Naval Shipyard Norfolk, VA, 
Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility Pearl Harbor, HI 
and Naval Shipyard Puget Sound, WA. Relocate the Submarine Maintenance, 
Engineering, Planning and Procurement Command to Naval Shipyard 
Norfolk.
Recommendation for Realignment
Naval Air Station Brunswick, ME
    Recommendation: Realign Naval Air Station Brunswick, ME to a Naval 
Air Facility and relocate its aircraft along with dedicated personnel, 
equipment and support to Naval Air Station Jacksonville, FL. 
Consolidate Aviation Intermediate Maintenance with Fleet Readiness 
Center Southeast Jacksonville, FL.
Recommendation for Closure
Marine Corps Support Activity Kansas City, MO
    Recommendation: Close Marine Corps Support Activity, Kansas City, 
MO. Relocate Marine Corps Reserve Support Command element of 
Mobilization Command to Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base New 
Orleans, LA, and consolidate with Headquarters, Marine Forces Reserve. 
Retain an enclave for the 9th Marine Corps District and the 24th Marine 
Regiment.
Recommendation for Closure
Naval Support Activity New Orleans, LA
    Recommendation: Close Naval Support Activity New Orleans, LA. 
Relocate the Navy Reserve Personnel Command and the Enlisted Placement 
and Management Center to Naval Support Activity Mid-South, Millington, 
TN and consolidate with the Navy Personnel Command at Naval Support 
Activity Mid-South, Millington, TN. Relocate the Naval Reserve 
Recruiting Command to Naval Support Activity Mid-South, Millington, TN 
and consolidate with the Navy Recruiting Command at Naval Support 
Activity Mid-South, Millington, TN. Relocate the Navy Reserve Command 
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Support Activity Norfolk, VA, except for the installation management 
function, which consolidates with Navy Region Southwest, Naval Station 
San Diego, CA, Navy Region Northwest, Submarine Base Bangor, WA, and 
Navy Region Midwest, Naval Station Great Lakes, IL. Relocate 
Headquarters, Marine Forces Reserve to Naval Air Station Joint Reserve 
Base New Orleans, LA, and consolidate with Marine Corps Reserve Support 
Command element of Mobilization Command, which is relocating from 
Marine Corps Support Activity, Kansas City, MO. Relocate Naval Air 
Systems Command Support Equipment Facility New Orleans, LA, Navy 
Recruiting District New Orleans, LA, and the Navy Reserve Center New 
Orleans, LA, to Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base New Orleans, LA. 
Relocate 8th Marine Corps District to Naval Air Station Joint Reserve 
Base Fort Worth, TX. Consolidate Naval Support Activity New Orleans, LA 
installation management function with Naval Air Station Joint Reserve 
Base New Orleans, LA.
Recommendation for Closure
Naval Support Activity Corona, CA
    Recommendation: Close Naval Support Activity Corona, CA. Relocate 
Naval Surface Warfare Center Division Corona, CA to Naval Base Ventura 
County (Naval Air Station Point Mugu), CA.
Recommendation for Realignment
Marine Corps Logistics Base, Barstow, CA
    Recommendation: Realign Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, CA. 
Disestablish the depot maintenance of Aircraft Other Components, 
Aircraft Rotary, and Strategic Missiles. Consolidate depot maintenance 
of Engines/Transmissions, Other Components, and Small Arms/Personal 
Weapons at Anniston Army Depot, AL. Consolidate the depot maintenance 
of Conventional Weapons, Engines/Transmissions, Material Handling, 
Powertrain Components, Starters/ Alternators/Generators, Test 
Measurement Diagnostic Equipment, and Wire at Marine Corps Logistics 
Base Albany, GA. Consolidate depot maintenance of Electronic Components 
(Non-Airborne), Electro-Optics/Night Vision/Forward-Looking-Infrared, 
Generators, Ground Support Equipment, Radar, and Radio at Tobyhanna 
Army Depot, PA. Consolidate depot maintenance of Tactical Missiles at 
Letterkenny Army Depot, PA. Realign Fleet Support Division Maintenance 
Center Barstow and Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow operations to 
increase efficiencies and reduce infrastructure.
Recommendation for Realignment
Naval Station Newport, RI
    Recommendation: Realign Naval Station Newport, RI by relocating the 
Navy Warfare Development Command to Naval Station Norfolk, VA.
Recommendation for Closure
Naval Station Pascagoula, MS
    Recommendation: Close Naval Station Pascagoula, MS. Relocate its 
ships along with dedicated personnel, equipment, and support to Naval 
Station Mayport, FL. Relocate the ship intermediate repair function to 
Shore Intermediate Maintenance Activity Mayport, FL.

Department of the Air Force Recommendations

Birmingham International Airport Air Guard Station, AL
    Recommendation: Realign Birmingham International Airport Air Guard 
Station (AGS), AL. Distribute the 117th Air Refueling Wing's (ANG) KC-
135R aircraft to the 101st Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Bangor 
International Airport AGS, ME (two aircraft); the 134th Air Refueling 
Wing (ANG), McGhee-Tyson Airport AGS, TN (four aircraft); and the 161st 
Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport AGS, 
AZ (two aircraft). The 117th Air Refueling Wing's firefighter positions 
will move to Dannelly Field AGS, AL, and the remaining expeditionary 
combat support (ECS) will remain in place.
Eielson Air Force Base, AK, Moody Air Force Base, GA, and Shaw Air 
Force Base, SC
    Recommendation: Realign Eielson Air Force Base, AK. The 354th 
Fighter Wing's assigned A-10 aircraft will be distributed to the 917th 
Wing Barksdale Air Force Base, LA (three aircraft); to a new active 
duty unit at Moody Air Force Base, GA (12 aircraft); and to backup 
inventory (three aircraft). The 354th Fighter Wing's F-16 aircraft will 
be distributed to the 57th Wing, Nellis Air Force Base, NV (18 
aircraft). The Air National Guard Tanker unit and rescue alert 
detachment will remain as tenant on Eielson. Realign Moody Air Force 
Base, by relocating base-level ALQ-184 intermediate maintenance to Shaw 
Air Force Base, SC, establishing a Centralized Intermediate Repair 
Facility (CIRF) at Shaw Air Force Base, SC for ALQ-184 pods. Realign 
Shaw Air Force Base, relocating base-level TF-34 engine intermediate 
maintenance to Moody Air Force Base, establishing a CIRF at Moody Air 
Force Base for TF-34 engines.
Kulis Air Guard Station, AK, and Elmendorf Air Force Base, AK
    Recommendation: Close Kulis Air Guard Station (AGS), AK. Relocate 
the 176th Wing (ANG) and associated aircraft (eight C-130Hs, three HC-
130Ns, and five HH-60s) and Expeditionary Combat Support (ECS) to 
Elmendorf Air Force Base, AK. Realign Elmendorf Air Force Base. With 
the addition of four aircraft from another installation (see Air Force 
recommendation for Ellsworth Air Force Base and Dyess Air Force Base), 
the 176th Wing at Elmendorf will form an ANG/active duty association 
with 12 C-130H aircraft. The 3d Wing at Elmendorf Air Force Base will 
distribute 24 of 42 assigned F-15C/D aircraft to the 1st Fighter Wing, 
Langley Air Force Base, VA.
Fort Smith Air Guard Station, AR, and Luke Air Force Base, AZ
    Recommendation: Realign Fort Smith Municipal Airport (MAP) Air 
Guard Station (AGS), AR. Distribute the 188th Fighter Wing's (ANG) F-
16s to the 144th Fighter Wing (ANG) Fresno Air Terminal AGS, CA (seven 
aircraft) and retirement (eight aircraft). The 144th Fighter Wing's F-
16s (15 aircraft) retire. The wing's expeditionary combat support (ECS) 
elements remain in place. Fire fighter positions realign to Tulsa, OK, 
and the Home Station Training Site moves to Savannah, GA. Realign Luke 
Air Force Base, AZ. The 56th Fighter Wing, Luke Air Force Base, AZ, 
distributes its F-16 Block 25s (13 aircraft) and F-16 Block 42s (24 
aircraft) to retirement. The 944th Fighter Wing distributes its F-16s 
to the 144th Fighter Wing at Fresno (11 aircraft).
Beale Air Force Base, CA, and Selfridge Air National Guard Base, MI
    Recommendation: Realign Beale Air Force Base, CA. The 940th Air 
Refueling Wing (AFR) will realign its KC-135R tanker aircraft while its 
expeditionary combat support (ECS) elements will remain in place. 
Beale's KC-135R aircraft will be distributed to the Air National Guard 
at Selfridge ANGB, MI (four aircraft) and 134th Air Refueling Wing 
(ANG), McGhee-Tyson Airport Air Guard Station, TN (four aircraft). 
Realign Selfridge Air Reserve Base, MI. The 927th Air Refueling Wing 
(AFR) at Selfridge will distribute its eight KC-135 aircraft to the 
127th Wing (ANG) at Selfridge. The 127th Wing will retire its 15 F-16 
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aircraft, and will convert to A-10 and KC-135R aircraft.
March Air Reserve Base, CA
    Recommendation: Realign March Air Reserve Base, CA. The 163d Air 
Refueling Wing (ANG) will distribute its nine KC-135R aircraft to the 
452d Air Mobility Wing (AFR), March Air Reserve Base (four aircraft); 
the 157th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Pease International Tradeport Air 
Guard Station, NH (three aircraft); the 134th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), 
McGhee-Tyson Airport Air Guard Station, TN (one aircraft); and the 22d 
Air Refueling Wing, McConnell Air Force Base, KS (one aircraft). The 
163d Air Refueling Wing's expeditionary combat support (ECS) will 
remain in place.
Onizuka Air Force Station, CA
    Recommendation: Close Onizuka Air Force Station, CA. Relocate the 
Air Force Satellite Control Network (AFSCN) mission and tenant Defense 
Information Systems Agency (DISA) Defense Satellite Communication 
System (DSCS) mission and equipment to Vandenberg Air Force Base, CA.
Bradley International Airport Air Guard Station, CT, Barnes Air Guard 
Station, MA, Selfridge Air National Guard Base, MI, Shaw Air Force 
Base, SC, and Martin State Air Guard Station, MD
    Recommendation: Realign Bradley International Airport Air Guard 
Station, CT. The A-10s assigned to the 103d Fighter Wing will be 
distributed to the 104th Fighter Wing, Barnes Municipal Airport Air 
Guard Station, MA (nine aircraft) and retirement (six aircraft). The 
wing's expeditionary combat support (ECS) elements will remain in place 
at Bradley and Bradley will retain capability to support a Homeland 
Defense mission. Realign Barnes Air Guard Station, MA; Selfridge ANGB, 
MI; Shaw Air Force Base, SC; and Martin State Airport Air Guard 
Station, MD, by relocating base-level TF-34 engine intermediate 
maintenance to Bradley, establishing a Centralized Intermediate Repair 
Facility (CIRF) at Bradley for TF-34 engines.
New Castle Airport Air Guard Station, DE
    Recommendation: Realign New Castle County Airport Air Guard Station 
(AGS), DE. Distribute the wing's eight C-130H aircraft to the 145th 
Airlift Wing (ANG), Charlotte/Douglas International Airport (IAP) AGS, 
NC (four aircraft), and 165th Airlift Wing (ANG), Savannah IAP AGS, GA 
(four aircraft). Move flying related Expeditionary Combat Support (ECS) 
to McGuire Air Force Base, NJ (Aeromedical Squadron), and Dover Air 
Force Base, DE (aerial port and fire fighters). Other ECS remains in 
place at New Castle.
Robins Air Force Base, GA
    Recommendation: Realign Robins Air Force Base, GA. The 19th Air 
Refueling Group's KC-135R aircraft will be distributed to the 22nd Air 
Refueling Wing, McConnell Air Force Base, KS (nine aircraft), and to 
backup aircraft inventory (three aircraft). The 202d Engineering 
Installation Squadron (ANG), a geographically separated unit at Middle 
Georgia Regional Airport, will be relocated into available space at 
Robins Air Force Base.
Boise Air Terminal Air Guard Station, ID
    Recommendation: Realign Boise Air Terminal Air Guard Station (AGS), 
ID. Distribute the four C-130H aircraft of the 124th Wing (ANG) to the 
153rd Airlift Wing (ANG), Cheyenne, WY. The new, larger unit at 
Cheyenne will create an active duty/ANG association.
Mountain Home Air Force Base, ID, Nellis Air Force Base, NV, and 
Elmendorf Air Force Base, AK
    Recommendation: Realign Mountain Home Air Force Base, ID. 
Distribute the 366th Fighter Wing assigned F-15Cs (18 aircraft) to the 
57th Fighter Wing, Nellis Air Force Base, NV (nine aircraft), to the 
125th Fighter Wing, Jacksonville International Airport AGS, FL (six 
aircraft), and to retirement (three aircraft). The 366th Fighter Wing 
will distribute assigned F-16 Block 52 aircraft to the 169th Fighter 
Wing McEntire AGS, SC (nine aircraft), the 57th Wing, Nellis Air Force 
Base, NV (five aircraft), and to backup inventory (four aircraft). 
Realign Nellis Air Force Base. The 57th Wing, Nellis Air Force Base, 
NV, will distribute F-16 Block 42 aircraft to the 138th Fighter Wing 
Tulsa International Airport AGS, OK (three aircraft), and retire the 
remaining F-16 Block 42 aircraft (15 aircraft). The 57th Wing also will 
distribute F-16 Block 32 aircraft (six aircraft) to the 144th Fighter 
Wing Fresno Air Terminal AGS, CA, and to retirement (one aircraft). 
Realign Elmendorf Air Force Base. The 366th Fighter Wing, Mountain Home 
Air Force Base, ID, will receive F-15E aircraft from the 3d Wing, 
Elmendorf Air Force Base, AK (18 aircraft), and attrition reserve 
(three aircraft).
Capital Air Guard Station, IL, and Hulman Regional Airport Air Guard 
Station, IN
    Recommendation: Realign Capital Airport Air Guard Station, IL. 
Distribute the 183d Fighter Wing's F-16s to the 122d Fighter Wing, Fort 
Wayne International Airport Air Guard Station, IN, (15 aircraft). The 
122d Fighter Wing's F-16s (15 aircraft) retire. The wing's 
expeditionary combat support (ECS) elements, the Illinois ANG State 
Headquarters, and the 217th Engineering Installation Squadron remain in 
place. Realign Hulman Regional Airport Air Guard Station, IN. The 181st 
Fighter Wing's F-16s are distributed to the 122d Fighter Wing, Fort 
Wayne International Airport Air Guard Station, IN (nine aircraft), and 
retirement (six aircraft). The 181st Fighter wing's ECS elements remain 
in place. Realign Dane County Regional Air Guard Station/Truax Field, 
WI; Joe Foss Field Air Guard Station, SD; Des Moines Air Guard Station, 
IA; Fort Wayne Air Guard Station, IN; and Lackland Air Force Base, TX; 
by relocating base-level F-110 intermediate maintenance to Capital, 
establishing a Centralized Intermediate Repair Facility (CIRF) at 
Capital for F-110 engines.
New Orleans Air Reserve Station, LA
    Recommendation: Realign NAS New Orleans ARS, LA. Distribute the 
926th Fighter Wing's A-10 aircraft to the 442d Fighter Wing (AFR), 
Whiteman Air Force Base, MO (nine aircraft), and the 917th Wing (AFR) 
at Barksdale Air Force Base, LA (six aircraft). The 442 wing HQ element 
realigns to Nellis Air Force Base, NV, and the wing Expeditionary 
Combat Support realigns to Buckley Air Force Base, CO.
Andrews Air Force Base, MD, Will Rogers Air Guard Station, OK, Tinker 
Air Force Base, OK, and Randolph Air Force Base TX
    Recommendation: Realign Andrews Air Force Base, MD, by relocating 
the Air Force Flight Standards Agency (AFFSA) and its two C-21 aircraft 
to Will Rogers World Airport Air Guard Station, OK. Realign Randolph 
Air Force Base, TX, by relocating the USAF Advanced Instrument School 
(AIS) to Will Rogers Air Guard Station. Realign Tinker Air Force Base, 
OK, by relocating the Global Air Traffic Operations Program Office 
(GATOPO) to Will Rogers Air Guard Station. Realign Will Rogers Air 
Guard Station by relocating the 137th Airlift Wing (ANG) to Tinker Air 
Force Base and associate with the 507th Air Refueling Wing (AFR). The 
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to the 136th Airlift Wing (ANG), Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base 
Fort Worth, TX (4 aircraft), and 139th Airlift Wing (ANG), Rosecrans 
Memorial Airport Air Guard Station, MO (4 aircraft). The aerial port 
squadron at Will Rogers moves to Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base 
Fort Worth, the Aeromedical Squadron and fire fighters move to 
Rosecrans AGB. Other elements of the 137th's Expeditionary Combat 
Support remain in place at Will Rogers.
Martin State Air Guard Station, MD
    Recommendation: Realign Martin State Air Guard Station (AGS), MD. 
Distribute the eight C-130J aircraft of the 175th Wing (ANG) to the 
146th Airlift Wing (ANG), Channel Islands AGS, CA (four aircraft), and 
143d Airlift Wing (ANG), Quonset State Airport AGS, RI (four aircraft). 
The Aerial Port Squadron will move to Andrews Air Force Base, MD. The 
143d and 146th Airlift Wings will each retire two C-130E aircraft 
(total of four).
Otis Air National Guard Base, MA, Lambert St. Louis International 
Airport Air Guard Station, MO, and Atlantic City Air Guard Station, NJ
    Recommendation: Close Otis ANGB, MA. The 102d Fighter Wing's F-15s 
will be distributed to the 125th Fighter Wing, Jacksonville 
International Airport Air Guard Station, FL (three aircraft), and 177th 
Fighter Wing, Atlantic City International Airport Air Guard Station, NJ 
(12 aircraft). The 253d Combat Communications Group, and 267th 
Communications Squadron will remain in place at Otis, with 104th 
Fighter Wing at Barnes providing administrative support as the parent 
wing. An air sovereignty alert (ASA) facility will be constructed at 
Bradley International Airport Air Guard Station, CT. Firefighter 
positions from Otis will move to Barnes Municipal Airport Air Guard 
Station, MA.
    Realign Lambert-St. Louis International Airport Air Guard Station, 
St. Louis, MO. The 131st Fighter Wing's F-15s (15 aircraft) will 
distribute to the 57th Fighter Wing, Nellis Air Force Base, NV (nine 
aircraft), and 177th Fighter Wing, Atlantic City International Airport 
Air Guard Station, NJ (six aircraft). Realign Atlantic City 
International Airport Air Guard Station, NJ. The 177th Fighter Wing's 
F-16s will be distributed to the 158th Fighter Wing, Burlington 
International Airport Air Guard Station, VT (three aircraft), and 
retire (12 aircraft). The wing's expeditionary combat support (ECS) 
elements will remain in place. Firefighter positions move to Scott Air 
Force Base, IL. The 157Air Operations Group (AOG) and the 218th 
Engineering Installation Group (EIG) will relocate from Jefferson 
Barracks geographically separated unit (GSU) into space at Lambert 
International. Jefferson Barracks real property accountability will 
transfer to the Army.
W.K. Kellogg Airport Air Guard Station, MI
    Recommendation: Close W.K. Kellogg Airport Air Guard Station, MI. 
Distribute the 110th Fighter Wing's A-10s (15 aircraft) to the 127th 
Wing (ANG), Selfridge ANGB, MI.
Duluth International Airport Air Guard Station, MN
    Recommendation: Realign Duluth International Airport Air Guard 
Station, MN, by retiring the 148th Fighter Wing's F-16s (15 aircraft).
Key Field Air Guard Station, MS
    Recommendation: Realign Key Field Air Guard Station, MS. Distribute 
the 186th Air Refueling Wing's KC-135R aircraft to the 128th Air 
Refueling Wing (ANG), General Mitchell Air Guard Station, WI (three 
aircraft); the 134th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), McGhee-Tyson Airport Air 
Guard Station, TN (three aircraft); and 101st Air Refueling Wing (ANG), 
Bangor International Airport Air Guard Station, ME (two aircraft). One 
aircraft will revert to backup aircraft inventory. The 186th Air 
Refueling Wing's fire fighter positions move to the 172d Air Wing at 
Jackson International Airport, MS, and the expeditionary combat support 
(ECS) will remain in place.
Great Falls International Airport Air Guard Station, MT
    Recommendation: Realign Great Falls International Airport Air Guard 
Station, MT. Distribute the 120th Fighter Wing's F-16s to the 187th 
Fighter Wing, Dannelly Field Air Guard Station, AL (three aircraft); 
the 132d Fighter Wing, Des Moines International Airport Air Guard 
Station, IA (three aircraft); and retire (nine aircraft). The wing's 
expeditionary combat support (ECS) elements remain in place.
Reno-Tahoe International Airport Air Guard Station, NV
    Recommendation: Realign Reno-Tahoe International Airport Air Guard 
Station, NV. Distribute the eight C-130H aircraft of the 152d Airlift 
Wing (ANG) to the 189th Airlift Wing (ANG), Little Rock Air Force Base, 
AR. Flying related Expeditionary Combat Support (ECS) moves to Channel 
Islands Air Guard Station, CA (aerial port), and Fresno Air Guard 
Station, CA (fire fighters). The remaining ECS elements and the 
Distributed Common Ground System (DCGS) remain in place.
Cannon Air Force Base, NM
    Recommendation: Close Cannon Air Force Base, NM. Distribute the 
27th Fighter Wing's F-16s to the 115th Fighter Wing, Dane County 
Regional Airport, Truax Field Air Guard Station, WI (three aircraft); 
114th Fighter Wing, Joe Foss Field Air Guard Station, SD (three 
aircraft); 150th Fighter Wing, Kirtland Air Force Base, NM (three 
aircraft); 113th Wing, Andrews Air Force Base, MD (nine aircraft); 57th 
Fighter Wing, Nellis Air Force Base, NV (seven aircraft), the 388th 
Wing at Hill Air Force Base, UT (six aircraft), and backup inventory 
(29 aircraft).
Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station, NY
    Recommendation: Close Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station (ARS), NY. 
Distribute the eight C-130H aircraft of the 914th Airlift Wing (AFR) to 
the 314th Airlift Wing, Little Rock Air Force Base, AR. The 914th's 
headquarters moves to Langley Air Force Base, VA, the Expeditionary 
Combat Support (ECS) realigns to the 310th Space Group (AFR) at 
Schriever Air Force Base, CO, and the Civil Engineering Squadron moves 
to Lackland Air Force Base, TX. Also at Niagara, distribute the eight 
KC-135R aircraft of the 107th Air Refueling Wing (ANG) to the 101st Air 
Refueling Wing (ANG), Bangor International Airport Air Guard Station, 
ME. The 101st will subsequently retire its eight KC-135E aircraft and 
no Air Force aircraft remain at Niagara.
Schenectady County Airport Air Guard Station, NY
    Recommendation: Realign Schenectady County Airport Air Guard 
Station (Air Guard Station), NY. The 109th Airlift Wing (ANG) will 
transfer four C-130H aircraft to the 189th Airlift Wing (ANG), Little 
Rock Air Force Base, AR.
Pope Air Force Base, NC, Pittsburgh International Airport Air Reserve 
Station, PA, and Yeager Air Guard Station, WV
    Recommendation: Realign Pope Air Force Base (Air Force Base), NC. 
Distribute the 43d Airlift Wing's C-130E aircraft (25 aircraft) to the 
314th Airlift Wing, Little Rock Air Force Base, AR; realign the 23d 
Fighter Group's A-10 aircraft (36 aircraft) to Moody Air Force Base, 
GA; transfer real property accountability to the Army; disestablish the 
43rd Medical Group and establish a medical squadron. At Little Rock Air 
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aircraft to backup inventory; retire 27 C-130Es; realign one C-130J 
aircraft to the 143d Airlift Wing (ANG), Quonset State Airport Air 
Guard Station, RI; two C-130Js to the 146th Airlift Wing (ANG), Channel 
Islands Air Guard Station, CA; and transfer four C-130Js from the 314th 
Airlift Wing (AD) to the 189th Airlift Wing (ANG), Little Rock Air 
Force Base. Realign Yeager Airport Air Guard Station (AGS), WV, by 
realigning eight C-130H aircraft to Pope/Fort Bragg to form a 16 
aircraft Air Force Reserve/active duty associate unit, and by 
relocating flying-related expeditionary combat support (ECS) to Eastern 
West Virginia Regional Airport/Shepherd Field AGS (aerial port and fire 
fighters). Close Pittsburgh International Airport (IAP) Air Reserve 
Station (ARS), PA, and relocate 911th Airlift Wing's (AFRC) eight C-
130H aircraft to Pope/Fort Bragg to form a 16 aircraft Air Force 
Reserve/active duty associate unit. Relocate AFRC operations and 
maintenance manpower to Pope/Fort Bragg. Relocate flight related ECS 
(aeromedical squadron) to Youngstown-Warren Regional APT ARS. Relocate 
all remaining Pittsburgh ECS and headquarters manpower to Offutt Air 
Force Base, NE. Air National Guard units at Pittsburgh are unaffected.
Grand Forks Air Force Base, ND
    Recommendation: Realign Grand Forks Air Force Base (AFB), ND. 
Distribute the 319th Air Refueling Wing's KC-135R aircraft to the 126th 
Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Scott AFB, IL (12 aircraft), which retires 
its eight KC-135E aircraft; the 916th Air Refueling Wing (AFR), 
Seymour-Johnson AFB, NC (eight aircraft), which will host an active 
duty associate unit; the 6th Air Mobility Wing, MacDill AFB, FL (four 
aircraft), which will host a Reserve association with 927th Air 
Refueling Wing (AFR) manpower realigned from Selfridge ANGB, MI; the 
154th Wing (ANG), Hickam AFB, HI (four aircraft), which will host an 
active duty associate unit; and the 22d Air Refueling Wing, McConnell 
AFB, KS (eight aircraft), which currently associates with the 931st Air 
Refueling Group (AFR). Grand Forks will remain an active Air Force 
installation with a new active duty/Air National Guard association unit 
created in anticipation of emerging missions at Grand Forks.
    Realign McConnell Air National Guard (ANG) Base by relocating the 
184th Air Refueling Wing (ANG) nine KC-135R aircraft to the 190th Air 
Refueling Wing at Forbes Field AGS, KS, which will retire its eight 
assigned KC-135E aircraft. The 184th Air Refueling Wing's operations 
and maintenance manpower will transfer with the aircraft to Forbes, 
while the wing's expeditionary combat support (ECS) elements will 
remain at McConnell.
Hector International Airport Air Guard Station, ND
    Recommendation: Realign Hector International Airport Air Guard 
Station, ND. The 119th Fighter Wing's F-16s (15 aircraft) retire. The 
wing's expeditionary combat support elements remain in place.
Mansfield-Lahm Municipal Airport Air Guard Station, OH
    Recommendation: Close Mansfield-Lahm Municipal Airport Air Guard 
Station (AGS), OH. Distribute the eight C-130H aircraft of the 179th 
Airlift Wing (ANG) to the 908th Airlift Wing (AFR), Maxwell Air Force 
Base, AL (four aircraft), and the 314th Airlift Wing, Little Rock Air 
Force Base, AR (four aircraft). Flying related Expeditionary Combat 
Support (ECS) moves to Louisville International Airport AGS, KY (aerial 
port) and Toledo Express Airport AGS, OH (fire fighters).
Springfield-Beckley Municipal Airport Air Guard Station, OH
    Recommendation: Realign Springfield-Beckley Municipal Airport Air 
Guard Station, OH. Distribute the 178th Fighter Wing's F-16 aircraft to 
the 132d Fighter Wing, Des Moines International Airport Air Guard 
Station, IA (nine aircraft); the 140th Wing (ANG), Buckley Air Force 
Base, CO (three aircraft) and 149th Fighter Wing (ANG), Lackland Air 
Force Base, TX (six aircraft), but retain The wing's expeditionary 
combat support (ECS) elements, the 251st Combat Communications Group 
(ANG) and 269th Combat Communications Squadron (ANG) in place, and 
relocate the wing's firefighter positions will move to Rickenbacker Air 
Guard Station, OH.
Portland International Airport Air Guard Station, OR
    Recommendation: Realign Portland International Airport Air Guard 
Station, OR. Realign the 939th Air Refueling Wing (AFR) by distributing 
the wing's KC-135R aircraft to the 507th Air Refueling Wing (AFR), 
Tinker Air Force Base, OK (four aircraft); the 190th Air Refueling Wing 
(ANG), Forbes Field Air Guard Station, KS (three aircraft); and by 
reverting one aircraft to backup inventory. Operations and maintenance 
manpower for four aircraft from the 939th Air Refueling Wing is 
realigned with the aircraft to Tinker Air Force Base. The 939th Air 
Refueling Wing's remaining manpower, to include expeditionary combat 
support, is realigned to Vandenberg Air Force Base, CA. Realign the 
142d Fighter Wing (ANG) by distributing the wing's F-15 aircraft to the 
177th Fighter Wing (ANG), Atlantic City, NJ (six aircraft) and the 
159th Fighter Wing (ANG), New Orleans ARS, LA (nine aircraft). The 142d 
Fighter Wing's expeditionary combat support elements, along with the 
244th and 272d Combat Communications Squadrons (ANG), will remain at 
Portland and Portland will continue to support a Homeland Defense alert 
commitment. The 304th Rescue Squadron (AFR) at Portland is realigned to 
McChord Air Force Base, WA, with no aircraft involved. The 214th 
Engineering Installation Squadron (ANG), a geographically separated 
unit at Jackson Barracks, LA, is relocated onto available facilities at 
New Orleans.
Ellsworth Air Force Base, SD, and Dyess Air Force Base, TX
    Recommendation: Close Ellsworth Air Force Base, SD. The 24 B-1 
aircraft assigned to the 28th Bomb Wing will be distributed to the 7th 
Bomb Wing, Dyess Air Force Base, TX. Realign Dyess Air Force Base, TX. 
The C-130 aircraft assigned to the 317th Airlift Group will be 
distributed to the active duty 314th Airlift Wing (22 aircraft) and Air 
National Guard 189th Airlift Wing (two aircraft), Little Rock Air Force 
Base, AR; the 176th Wing (ANG), Elmendorf Air Force Base, AK (four 
aircraft); and the 302d Airlift Wing (AFR), Peterson Air Force Base, CO 
(four aircraft). Peterson Air Force Base will have an active duty/Air 
Force Reserve association in the C-130 mission. Elmendorf Air Force 
Base will have an active duty/Air National Guard association in the C-
130 mission.
Nashville International Airport Air Guard Station, TN
    Recommendation: Realign Nashville International Airport (IAP) Air 
Guard Station (AGS), TN. This recommendation distributes the C-130H 
aircraft of the 118th Airlift Wing (ANG) to the 182d Airlift Wing 
(ANG), Greater Peoria Airport AGS, IL (four aircraft), and the 123d 
Airlift Wing (ANG), Louisville IAP AGS, KY (four aircraft). Flying 
related ECS (aerial port and fire fighters) moves to Memphis IAP AGS. 
The Aeromedical Squadron from Nashville moves to Naval Air Station 
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Ellington Air Guard Station, TX
    Recommendation: Realign Ellington Field Air Guard Station, TX. The 
147th Fighter Wing's F-16s (15 aircraft) will retire. The wing's 
expeditionary combat support (ECS) elements will remain in place. 
Ellington retains the capability to support the Homeland Defense 
mission. The 272d Engineering Installation Squadron, an ANG 
geographically separated unit moves into available space on Ellington.
Lackland Air Force Base, TX
    Recommendation: Realign Lackland Air Force Base, TX. Relocate the 
Standard Air Munitions Package (STAMP)/Standard Tank, Rack, Adaptor, 
and Pylon Packages (STRAPP) function from Lackland Air Force Base, 
Medina Annex to McConnell Air Force Base, KS, and transfer the mission 
to the Air National Guard.
Hill Air Force Base, UT Edwards Air Force Base, CA, Mountain Home Air 
Force Base, ID, Luke Air Force Base, AZ, and Nellis Air Force Base, NV
    Recommendation: Realign Hill Air Force Base, UT. Distribute the 
419th Fighter Wing F-16s to the 482d Fighter Wing, Homestead Air 
Reserve Base, FL (six aircraft) and the 301st Fighter Wing, Naval Air 
Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, TX (nine aircraft). The AFMC F-
16s at Hill will remain in place. Realign Edwards Air Force Base, CA; 
Mountain Home Air Force Base, ID; and Luke Air Force Base, AZ, by 
relocating base-level LANTIRN intermediate maintenance to Hill, 
establishing a Centralized Intermediate Repair Facility (CIRF) for Low 
Altitude Navigation and Targeting Infrared for Night (LANTIRN) pods at 
Hill. Realign Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, TX, and 
Nellis Air Force Base, NV, by relocating base-level F110 engine 
intermediate maintenance to Hill, establishing a CIRF for F110 engines 
at Hill.
Langley Air Force Base, VA
    Recommendation: Realign Langley Air Force Base, VA. Realign base-
level F-15 avionics intermediate maintenance from Langley Air Force 
Base to Tyndall Air Force Base, FL, by establishing a Centralized 
Intermediate Repair Facility (CIRF) at Tyndall Air Force Base, FL, for 
F-15 avionics.
Richmond Air Guard Station, VA, and Des Moines International Airport 
Air Guard Station, IA
    Recommendation: Realign Richmond International Airport Air Guard 
Station, VA. Distribute the 192d Fighter Wing's F-16s to the 132d 
Fighter Wing, Des Moines International Airport Air Guard Station, IA 
(six aircraft); 482d Fighter Wing Homestead Air Reserve Base, FL (three 
aircraft) and to backup inventory (six aircraft). Richmond 
International Airport Air Guard Station real property accountability 
will transfer to the Department of the Army. The 192d Fighter Wing's 
manpower will associate with the 1st Fighter Wing. Realign Des Moines 
International Airport Air Guard Station, IA. The F-16 aircraft 
currently assigned to the 132d Fighter Wing at Des Moines are 
redistributed to the 180th Fighter Wing, Toledo Express Airport Air 
Guard Station, OH (nine aircraft) and 138th Fighter Wing, Tulsa 
International Airport Air Guard Station, OK (six aircraft).
Fairchild Air Force Base, WA
    Recommendation: Realign Fairchild Air Force Base, WA. The 141st Air 
Refueling Wing (ANG) will associate with the 92d Air Refueling Wing at 
Fairchild Air Force Base, and the 141st Air Refueling Wing's eight KC-
135R aircraft are distributed to the 185th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), 
Sioux Gateway Airport Air Guard Station, IA. The 256th Combat 
Communications Squadron and 242d Combat Communications Squadron, which 
are ANG geographically separated units at Four Lakes and Spokane, are 
relocated into available facilities at Fairchild Air Force Base.
General Mitchell Air Reserve Station, WI
    Recommendation: Close General Mitchell Air Reserve Station (ARS). 
Distribute the eight C-130H aircraft of the 440th Airlift Wing to the 
94th Airlift Wing (AFR), Dobbins Air Reserve Base (ARB), GA (four 
aircraft) and to the 314th Airlift Wing, Little Rock Air Force Base, AR 
(four aircraft). Realign the 440th Airlift Wing's operations, 
maintenance and Expeditionary Combat Support (ECS) manpower to Fort 
Bragg, NC. Air National Guard units at Mitchell are unaffected by this 
recommendation.
Air Force Logistics Support Centers
    Recommendation: Realign Altus Air Force Base, OK; Hickam Air Force 
Base, HI; Hurlburt Field, FL; Langley Air Force Base, VA; Little Rock 
Air Force Base, AR; Luke Air Force Base, AZ; and Scott Air Force Base, 
IL. Establish Air Force Logistics Support Centers (LSCs) at Langley Air 
Force Base and Scott Air Force Base by combining five major command 
(MAJCOM) Regional Supply Squadrons (RSS) into two LSCs.
    Combat Air Forces (CAF): Establish a CAF LSC at Langley Air Force 
Base by realigning RSS positions from Hickam Air Force Base and 
Sembach, Germany (non-BRAC programmatic) as well as base-level 
Logistics Readiness Squadron (LRS) positions from Luke Air Force Base.
    Mobility Air Forces (MAF): Establish a MAF LSC at Scott Air Force 
Base by realigning RSS positions from Hurlburt Field and Sembach (non-
BRAC programmatic) and LRS positions from Little Rock Air Force Base 
and Altus Air Force Base.
F100 Engine Centralized Intermediate Repair Facilities
    Recommendation: Realign Langley Air Force Base, VA; Tyndall Air 
Force Base, FL; and Jacksonville International Airport Air Guard 
Station, FL. Establish a Centralized Intermediate Repair Facility 
(CIRF) for F100 engines at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, NC by 
realigning base-level F100 engine intermediate maintenance from Langley 
Air Force Base. Establish a CIRF for F100 engines at New Orleans Air 
Reserve Station, LA (Air National Guard unit) by realigning base-level 
F100 engine intermediate maintenance from Tyndall Air Force Base and 
Jacksonville Air Guard Station.

Education and Training Joint Cross-Service Group Recommendations

Joint Center of Excellence for Religious Training & Education
    Recommendation: Realign Maxwell Air Force Base, AL; Naval Air 
Station Meridian, MS; and Naval Station Newport, RI, by relocating 
religious training and education to Fort Jackson, SC, establishing a 
Joint Center of Excellence for religious training and education.
Joint Center of Excellence for Culinary Training
    Recommendation: Realign Lackland Air Force Base, TX, by relocating 
Culinary Training to Fort Lee, VA, establishing it as a Joint Center of 
Excellence for Culinary Training.
Prime Power to Fort Leonard Wood, MO
    Recommendation: Realign Fort Belvoir, VA, by relocating Army Prime 
Power School training to Fort Leonard Wood, MO.
Undergraduate Pilot and Navigator Training
    Recommendation: Realign Moody Air Force Base, GA, as follows: 
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; relocate Introduction to Fighter Fundamentals

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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; relocate Introduction to Fighter Fundamentals 
Training for Weapons Systems Officers to Columbus Air Force Base, MS, 
Laughlin Air Force Base, TX, Sheppard Air Force Base, TX, and Vance Air 
Force Base, OK; and relocate Introduction to Fighter Fundaments 
Training for Instructor Pilots to Randolph Air Force Base, TX.
    Realign Randolph Air Force Base, TX, by relocating Undergraduate 
Navigator Training to Naval Air Station, Pensacola, FL.
Joint Strike Fighter Initial Joint Training Site
    Recommendation: Realign Luke Air Force Base, AZ, by relocating to 
Eglin Air Force Base, FL, a sufficient number of instructor pilots and 
operations support personnel to stand up the Air Force's portion of the 
Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) Initial Joint Training Site, hereby 
established at Eglin Air Force Base, FL. Realign Marine Corps Air 
Station Miramar, CA, by relocating to Eglin Air Force Base, FL, a 
sufficient number of instructor pilots and operations support personnel 
to stand up the Marine Corps' portion of the JSF Initial Joint Training 
Site, hereby established at Eglin Air Force Base, FL. Realign Naval Air 
Station Oceana, VA, by relocating to Eglin Air Force Base, FL, a 
sufficient number of instructor pilots, operations, and maintenance 
support personnel to stand up the Navy's portion of the JSF Initial 
Joint Training Site, hereby established at Eglin Air Force Base, FL. 
Realign Sheppard Air Force Base, TX, by relocating to Eglin Air Force 
Base, FL, a sufficient number of front-line and instructor-qualified 
maintenance technicians and logistics support personnel to stand up the 
Air Force's portion of the JSF Initial Joint Training Site, hereby 
established at Eglin Air Force Base, FL. Realign Naval Air Station 
Pensacola, FL, by relocating to Eglin Air Force Base, FL, a sufficient 
number of front-line and instructor-qualified maintenance technicians 
and logistics support personnel to stand up the Department of the 
Navy's portion of the JSF Initial Joint Training Site hereby 
established at Eglin Air Force Base, FL.
Joint Center for Consolidated Transportation Management Training
    Recommendation: Realign Lackland Air Force Base, TX, by relocating 
the Transportation Management training to Fort Lee, VA.
Net Fires Center
    Recommendation: Realign Fort Bliss, TX, by relocating the Air 
Defense Artillery (ADA) Center & School to Fort Sill, OK. Consolidate 
the Air Defense Artillery Center & School with the Field Artillery 
Center & School to establish a Net Fires Center.
Aviation Logistics School
    Recommendation: Realign Fort Eustis by relocating the Aviation 
Logistics School and consolidating it with the Aviation Center and 
School at Fort Rucker.
Combat Service Support Center
    Recommendation: Realign Fort Eustis, VA, by relocating the 
Transportation Center and School to Fort Lee, VA. Realign Aberdeen 
Proving Ground, MD by relocating the Ordnance Center and School to Fort 
Lee, VA. Realign Redstone Arsenal, AL, by relocating the Missile and 
Munitions Center to Fort Lee, VA. Consolidate the Transportation Center 
and School and the Ordnance Center and School with the Quartermaster 
Center & School, the Army Logistic Management College, and Combined 
Arms Support Command, to establish a Combat Service Support Center at 
Fort Lee, VA.

Headquarters and Support Activities Recommendations

Joint Basing
    Recommendation: Realign McChord Air Force Base (AFB), WA, by 
relocating the installation management functions to Fort Lewis, WA, 
establishing Joint Base Lewis-McChord.
    Realign Fort Dix, NJ, and Naval Air Engineering Station Lakehurst, 
NJ, by relocating the installation management functions to McGuire AFB, 
NJ, establishing Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst.
    Realign Naval Air Facility Washington, MD, by relocating the 
installation management functions to Andrews AFB, MD, establishing 
Joint Base Andrews-Naval Air Facility Washington, MD.
    Realign Bolling AFB, DC, by relocating the installation management 
functions to Naval District Washington at the Washington Navy Yard, DC, 
establishing Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling-Naval Research Laboratory 
(NRL), DC.
    Realign Henderson Hall, VA, by relocating the installation 
management functions to Fort Myer, VA, establishing Joint Base Myer-
Henderson Hall, VA.
    Realign Fort Richardson, AK, by relocating the installation 
management functions to Elmendorf AFB, AK, establishing Joint Base 
Elmendorf-Richardson, AK.
    Realign Hickam AFB, HI, by relocating the installation management 
functions to Naval Station Pearl Harbor, HI, establishing Joint Base 
Pearl Harbor-Hickam, HI.
    Realign Fort Sam Houston, TX, and Randolph AFB, TX, by relocating 
the installation management functions to Lackland AFB, TX.
    Realign Naval Weapons Station Charleston, SC, by relocating the 
installation management functions to Charleston AFB, SC.
    Realign Fort Eustis, VA, by relocating the installation management 
functions to Langley AFB, VA.
    Realign Fort Story, VA, by relocating the installation management 
functions to Commander Naval Mid-Atlantic Region at Naval Station 
Norfolk, VA.
    Realign Andersen AFB, Guam, by relocating the installation 
management functions to Commander, U.S. Naval Forces, Marianas Islands, 
Guam.
Defense Finance and Accounting Service
    Recommendation: Close the Defense Finance and Accounting Service 
(DFAS) sites at Rock Island IL; Pensacola Saufley Field, FL; Norfolk 
Naval Station, VA; Lawton, OK; Pensacola Naval Air Station, FL; Omaha, 
NE; Dayton, OH; St. Louis, MO; San Antonio, TX; San Diego, CA; Pacific 
Ford Island, HI; Patuxent River, MD; Limestone, ME; Charleston, SC; 
Orlando, FL; Rome, NY; Lexington, KY; Kansas City, MO; Seaside, CA; San 
Bernardino, CA; and Oakland, CA. Relocate and consolidate business, 
corporate and administrative functions to the Defense Supply Center-
Columbus, OH, the Buckley Air Force Base Annex, Denver, CO, or the MG 
Emmett J. Bean Federal Center, Indianapolis, IN.
    Realign DFAS Arlington, VA, by relocating and consolidating 
business, corporate, and administrative functions to the Defense Supply 
Center-Columbus, OH, the Buckley Air Force Base Annex, Denver, CO, or 
the MG Emmett J. Bean Federal Center, Indianapolis, IN. Retain a 
minimum essential DFAS liaison staff to support the Under Secretary of 
Defense (Comptroller)/Chief Financial Officer, Military Service Chief 
Financial Officers, and Congressional requirements.
    Realign DFAS Cleveland, OH, by relocating and consolidating 
business, corporate, and administrative functions to the Defense Supply 
Center-Columbus, OH, the Buckley Air Force Base Annex, Denver, CO, or 
the MG Emmett J. Bean Federal Center, Indianapolis, IN. Retain an 
enclave for the Military Retired and

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Annuitant Pay Services contract function and government oversight.
    Realign DFAS Columbus, OH, by relocating up to 55 percent of the 
Accounting Operation functions and associated corporate and 
administrative functions to DFAS Denver, CO, or DFAS Indianapolis, IN, 
and up to 30 percent of the Commercial Pay function and associated 
corporate and administrative functions to DFAS Indianapolis, IN, for 
strategic redundancy.
    Realign DFAS Denver, CO, by relocating up to 25 percent of the 
Accounting Operation functions and associated corporate and 
administrative functions to DFAS Columbus, OH, or DFAS Indianapolis, 
IN, and up to 35 percent of the Military Pay function and associated 
corporate and administrative functions to DFAS Indianapolis, IN, for 
strategic redundancy.
    Realign DFAS Indianapolis, IN, by relocating up to 10 percent of 
the Accounting Operation functions and associated corporate and 
administrative functions to DFAS Columbus, OH or DFAS Denver, CO, and 
up to 20 percent of the Commercial Pay function and associated 
corporate and administrative functions to DFAS Columbus, OH, for 
strategic redundancy.
Consolidate Civilian Personnel Offices (CPOs) Within Each Military 
Department and the Defense Agencies
    Recommendation: Realign Fort Richardson, AK, by relocating the 
Civilian Personnel Operations Center to Fort Huachuca, AZ, and 
consolidating it with the Civilian Personnel Operations Center at Fort 
Huachuca, AZ. Realign Rock Island Arsenal, IL, by relocating the 
Civilian Personnel Operations Center to Fort Riley, KS, and Aberdeen 
Proving Ground, MD, and consolidating with the Civilian Personnel 
Operations Center at Fort Riley, KS, and Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.
    Realign Human Resource Service Center-Northeast, 111 S. 
Independence Mall, East, Bourse Bldg, a leased installation in 
Philadelphia, PA, by relocating the Civilian Personnel Office to the 
Naval Support Activity Philadelphia, PA. Realign Human Resource Service 
Center-Southeast, 9110 Leonard Kimble Road, a leased installation at 
Stennis Space Center, MS, by relocating the Civilian Personnel Office 
to the Naval Support Activity Philadelphia, PA, and consolidating it 
with the relocated Human Resource Service Center-Northeast at the Naval 
Support Activity, Philadelphia, PA. Realign Human Resource Service 
Center-Southwest, 525 B Street, Suite 600, a leased installation in San 
Diego, CA, by relocating the Civilian Personnel Office to Naval Air 
Station North Island or Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, CA. Realign 
Human Resource Service Center-Pacific, 178 Main Street, Bldg 499, 
Honolulu, HI, by relocating the Civilian Personnel Office to the Human 
Resource Service Center-Northwest, 3230 NW Randall Way, Silverdale, WA, 
and Naval Air Station North Island or Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, 
CA and consolidating with the Human Resource Service Centers at 
Silverdale, WA and Naval Air Station North Island or Marine Corps Air 
Station Miramar, CA.
    Realign Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH, by relocating the 
Civilian Personnel Office to Randolph Air Force Base, TX. Realign 
Robins Air Force Base, GA, by relocating the Civilian Personnel Office 
to Randolph Air Force Base, TX. Realign Hill Air Force Base, UT, by 
relocating the Civilian Personnel Office to Randolph Air Force Base, 
TX. Realign Tinker Air Force Base, OK, by relocating the Civilian 
Personnel Office to Randolph Air Force Base, TX. Realign Bolling Air 
Force Base, DC, by relocating the Civilian Personnel Office to Randolph 
Air Force Base, TX. Consolidate the relocated civilian personnel 
offices with the Civilian Personnel Office at Randolph Air Force Base, 
TX.
    Realign 2521 Jefferson Davis Hwy, a leased installation in 
Arlington, VA, by relocating the transactional functions of the Defense 
Commissary Agency Human Resource Division and the Washington 
Headquarters Services Civilian Personnel Office to the Defense 
Logistics Agency, 3990 East Broad Street, Columbus, OH, and 
consolidating them with the Customer Support Office of the Defense 
Logistics Agency. Realign the Department of Defense Education Activity, 
4040 North Fairfax Drive, a leased installation in Arlington, VA, by 
relocating the transactional functions of the Civilian Personnel Office 
to the Defense Logistics Agency 3990 East Broad Street, Columbus, OH, 
and consolidating them with the Customer Support Office of the Defense 
Logistics Agency. Realign the Defense Information Systems Agency, 701 
S. Courthouse Road, Arlington, VA, by relocating the transactional 
functions of the Civilian Personnel Office to the Defense Finance and 
Accounting Service, 8899 E. 56th Street, Indianapolis, IN, and 
consolidating them with the Civilian Personnel Office of the Defense 
Finance and Accounting Service at Indianapolis, IN.
Consolidate Defense Information Systems Agency and Establish Joint 
C4ISR D&A Capability
    Recommendation: Close 5600 Columbia Pike and Skyline Place (Skyline 
VII), leased installations in Falls Church, VA, and 1010 Gause 
Boulevard, a leased installation in Slidell, LA. Relocate all 
components of the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) to Fort 
Meade, MD.
    Close the Logicon Building, a leased installation in Arlington, 
Virginia. Relocate the Joint Task Force-Global Network Operation (JTF-
GNO) to Fort Meade, MD.
    Realign Skyline IV and Skyline V, leased installations in Falls 
Church, VA, and GSA Franconia Warehouse Depot, a leased installation in 
Springfield, VA, by relocating all components of DISA to Fort Meade, 
MD.
    Realign Arlington Service Center, VA, by relocating all components 
of DISA and the JTF-GNO to Fort Meade, MD.
    Realign Naval Support Activity Panama City, Florida by relocating 
the Deployable Joint Command and Control (DJC2) Program Office of the 
Naval Surface Warfare Center to Fort Meade, MD.
    Realign Rosslyn Plaza North, a leased location in Arlington, VA, by 
relocating the Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) Program Office to 
Fort Meade, MD.
Collocate Missile and Space Defense Agencies
    Recommendation: Close the Suffolk Building, a leased installation 
in Falls Church, VA. Relocate all Missile Defense Agency (MDA) 
functions, except the Ballistic Missile Defense System Sensors 
Directorate, to Redstone Arsenal, AL.
    Close the Space and Missile Defense Command (SMDC) Building, a 
leased installation in Huntsville, AL. Relocate all functions of the 
Missile Defense Agency to Redstone Arsenal, AL.
    Realign Federal Office Building 2, Arlington, VA, by relocating a 
Headquarters Command Center for the Missile Defense Agency to Fort 
Belvoir, VA, and by relocating all other functions of the Missile 
Defense Agency, except the Command and Control Battle Management and 
Communications Directorate, to Redstone Arsenal, AL.
    Realign Crystal Square 2, a leased installation in Arlington, VA, 
by relocating all functions of the Missile Defense Agency and the 
Headquarters component of the USA Space and Missile Defense Command to 
Redstone Arsenal, AL.
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relocating the Headquarters component of the USA Space and Missile 
Defense Command to Redstone Arsenal, AL.
Collocate Miscellaneous OSD, Defense Agency, and Field Activity Leased 
Locations
    Recommendation: Close 1010 North Glebe Road, 1515 Wilson Boulevard, 
4850 Mark Center Drive, the Crown Ridge Building at 4035 Ridgetop, and 
1901 N. Beauregard, leased installations in Northern VA, by relocating 
the Office of the Secretary of Defense to Fort Belvoir, VA.
    Close North Tower at 2800 Crystal Drive, a leased installation in 
Arlington, VA, by relocating the DoD Inspector General to Fort Belvoir, 
VA.
    Close 1600 Wilson Boulevard, a leased installation in Arlington, 
VA, by relocating the Defense Human Resources Activity to Fort Belvoir, 
VA.
    Close 1500 Wilson Boulevard and Presidential Towers, leased 
installations in Arlington, VA, by relocating offices accommodating 
Pentagon Renovation temporary space to Fort Belvoir, VA.
    Close Metro Park III and IV (6350 and 6359 Walker Lane), a leased 
installation in Alexandria, VA, by relocating the Defense Contract 
Management Agency Headquarters to Fort Lee, VA.
    Realign 400 Army Navy Drive, a leased installation in Arlington, 
VA, by relocating the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Washington 
Headquarters Services, and the DoD Inspector General to Fort Belvoir, 
VA.
    Realign the Webb Building, a leased installation in Arlington, VA, 
by relocating the Department of Defense Education Activity and the 
Defense Human Resources Activity to Fort Belvoir, VA.
    Realign Rosslyn Plaza North, a leased installation in Arlington, 
VA, by relocating offices accommodating Pentagon Renovation temporary 
space, Washington Headquarters Services and the Defense Human Resources 
Activity to Fort Belvoir, VA.
    Realign Crystal Gateway North, a leased installation in Arlington, 
VA, by relocating the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Washington 
Headquarters Services, and the DoD Inspector General to Fort Belvoir, 
VA.
    Realign 2001 North Beauregard Street, 621 North Payne Street, 
Ballston Metro Center, Crystal Square 4, Crystal Square 5, Crystal 
Plaza 6, 4015 Wilson Boulevard, Skyline 5, and Skyline 6, leased 
installations in Northern VA, by relocating the Office of the Secretary 
of Defense to Fort Belvoir, VA.
    Realign Crystal Mall 3, a leased installation in Arlington, VA, by 
relocating the Office of the Secretary of Defense and the Defense 
Finance and Accounting Service at Fort Belvoir, VA.
    Realign Hoffman 1, Crystal Gateway 1, Crystal Gateway 2, Crystal 
Gateway 3, and the James K. Polk Building, leased installations in 
Northern VA, by relocating the Office of the Secretary of Defense and 
Washington Headquarters Services to Fort Belvoir, VA.
    Realign the Nash Street Building, a leased installation in 
Arlington, VA, by relocating the Defense Human Resources Activity to 
Fort Belvoir, VA.
    Realign Alexandria Tech Center IV, a leased installation in 
Alexandria, VA, by relocating the Defense Technology Security 
Administration to Fort Belvoir, VA.
    Realign 1400-1450 South Eads Street, a leased installation in 
Arlington, VA, by relocating the DoD Inspector General to Fort Belvoir, 
VA.
    Realign 1401 Wilson Boulevard, a leased installation in Arlington, 
VA, by relocating the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Washington 
Headquarters Services, and Defense Human Resources Activity to Fort 
Belvoir, VA.
    Realign 1555 Wilson Boulevard, a leased installation in Arlington, 
VA, by relocating offices of the Office of the Secretary of Defense and 
Defense Human Resources Activity to Fort Belvoir, VA.
    Realign Crystal Mall 2-3-4 and Skyline 4, leased installations in 
Northern VA, by relocating Washington Headquarters Services to Fort 
Belvoir, VA.
Consolidate Army Test and Evaluation Command (ATEC) Headquarters
    Recommendation: Realign Park Center Four, a leased installation in 
Alexandria, VA, by relocating and consolidating Army Test and 
Evaluation Command (ATEC) with its sub-components at Aberdeen Proving 
Ground (APG), MD.
Collocate Miscellaneous Army Leased Locations
    Recommendation: Realign Ballston Metro Center, a leased 
installation in Arlington, VA, by relocating the U.S. Army Legal Agency 
to Fort Belvoir, VA.
    Realign Park Center Office 1, a leased installation in Alexandria, 
VA, by relocating the U.S. Army Audit Agency to Fort Belvoir, VA.
    Realign Skyline VI, a leased installation in Falls Church, VA, by 
relocating the Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the Army 
(SAAA) to Fort Belvoir, VA.
    Realign the Zachary Taylor Building, a leased installation in 
Arlington, VA, by relocating the U.S. Army G6/DISC4, the G8/Force 
Development, the G1/Army Research Institute, the U.S. Army Network 
Enterprise Technology Command, and the Administrative Assistant to the 
Secretary of the Army (SAAA) to Fort Belvoir, VA.
    Realign Crystal Square 2, a leased installation in Arlington, VA, 
by relocating U.S. Army NISA-P, the U.S. Army Environmental Policy 
Institute, and Senior Executive Public Affairs Training to Fort 
Belvoir, VA.
    Realign Crystal Gateway 2, a leased installation in Arlington, VA, 
by relocating the Deputy Under Secretary of the Army--Operations 
Research to Fort Belvoir, VA.
    Realign the Hoffman 1 and 2 Buildings, leased installations in 
Alexandria, VA, by relocating U.S. Army G1/Civilian Personnel Office, 
G1/Personnel Transformation, the Administrative Assistant to the 
Secretary of the Army(SAAA), and the Communication and Electronics 
Command to Fort Belvoir, VA.
    Realign Rosslyn Metro Center, a leased installation in Arlington, 
VA, by relocating the Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the 
Army (SAAA) to Fort Belvoir, VA.
    Realign Jefferson Plaza 1 and 2, leased installations in Arlington, 
VA, by relocating the U.S. Army Office of the Chief Army Reserve, 
Assistant Secretary of the Army Financial Management and Comptroller/
CEAC, the Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the Army (SAAA), 
and Chief of Chaplains to Fort Belvoir, VA.
    Realign Crystal Gateway North, a leased installation in Arlington, 
VA, by relocating the U.S. Army G3/Army Simulation to Fort Belvoir, VA.
    Realign Crystal Plaza 5, a leased installation in Arlington, VA, by 
relocating the U.S. Army Safety Office and OSAA to the Fort Belvoir, 
VA.
    Realign Crystal Mall 4, a leased installation in Arlington, VA, by 
relocating the Assistant Secretary of the Army Manpower and Reserve 
Affairs/Amy Review Board/Equal Opportunity Office to the Fort Belvoir, 
VA.
    Realign Crystal Gateway 1, a leased installation in Arlington, VA, 
by relocating U.S. Army Office of Environmental Technology to Fort 
Belvoir, VA.
Consolidate Media Organizations Into a New Agency for Media and 
Publications
    Recommendation: Realign Fort Belvoir, VA, by relocating Soldier 
Magazine to Fort Meade, MD. Realign Anacostia Annex, District of 
Columbia, by relocating the Naval Media Center to Fort Meade, MD. 
Realign 2320 Mill Road, a leased installation in Alexandria, VA, by 
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Broadcasting-Soldier Radio/TV to Fort Meade, MD. Realign 103 Norton 
Street, a leased installation in San Antonio, TX, by relocating Air 
Force News Agency-Army/Air Force Hometown News Service (a combined 
entity) to Fort Meade, MD. Close 601 North Fairfax Street, a leased 
installation in Alexandria, VA, by relocating the American Forces 
Information Service and the Army Broadcasting-Soldier Radio/TV to Fort 
Meade, MD. Consolidate Soldier Magazine, Naval Media Center, Army 
Broadcasting-Soldier Radio/TV, and the Air Force News Agency-Army/Air 
Force Hometown News Service into a single DoD Media Activity at Fort 
Meade, MD.
Relocate Miscellaneous Department of Navy Leased Locations
    Recommendation: Close Crystal Park 3 and Crystal Square 3, leased 
installations in Arlington, VA, and 214191 Great Mills Road and 21535 
Pacific Drive, leased installations in Lexington Park, MD. Relocate all 
Department of the Navy organizations to DoD owned space in the National 
Capital Region. Realign Crystal Gateway 3, Crystal Gateway 4, Crystal 
Mall 2, Crystal Mall 3, Crystal Park 1, Crystal Park 5, Crystal Square 
2, 1400-1450 S. Eads Street, and 2300 Clarendon Blvd, all leased 
installations in Arlington, VA, and any other Department of the Navy 
occupied leased space in the National Capital Region, by relocating all 
Department of the Navy organizations to DoD owned space in the National 
Capital Region. Realign Federal Office Building 2, Arlington, VA, by 
relocating all Department of the Navy organizations to DoD owned space 
in the National Capital Region.
Relocate Army Headquarters and Field Operating Agencies
    Recommendation: Realign the Zachary Taylor Building, a leased 
installation in Arlington, VA, by relocating the Army Installation 
Management Agency headquarters to Fort Sam Houston, TX.
    Realign Rock Island Arsenal, Illinois, as follows: Relocate the 
Army Installation Management Agency Northwest Region headquarters to 
Fort Sam Houston, TX, and consolidate it with the Army Installation 
Management Agency Southwest Region headquarters to form the Army 
Installation Management Agency Western Region; and relocate the Army 
Network Enterprise Technology Command Northwest Region headquarters to 
Fort Sam Houston, TX, and consolidate it with the Army Network 
Enterprise Technology Command Southwest Region headquarters to form the 
Army Network Enterprise Technology Command Western Region.
    Realign Crystal Square 2, a leased installation in Arlington, VA, 
by relocating the Army HR XXI office to Fort Knox, KY.
    Realign the Park Center IV Building, a leased installation in Falls 
Church, VA, by relocating the Army Center for Substance Abuse to Fort 
Knox, KY.
    Realign Seven Corners Corporate Center, a leased installation in 
Falls Church, VA, and 4700 King Street, a leased installation in 
Alexandria, VA, by relocating the Army Community and Family Support 
Center to Fort Sam Houston, TX.
    Realign Rosslyn Metro Center, a leased installation in Arlington, 
VA, by relocating the Army Family Liaison Office to Fort Sam Houston, 
TX.
    Realign Skyline Six, a leased installation in Falls Church, VA, by 
relocating the Army Contracting Agency headquarters to Fort Sam 
Houston, TX.
    Realign the Hoffman 1 Building, a leased installation in 
Alexandria, VA, by relocating the Army Contracting Agency E-Commerce 
Region headquarters to Fort Sam Houston, TX.
    Realign Fort Buchanan, Puerto Rico, by relocating the Army 
Contracting Agency Southern Hemisphere Region headquarters to Fort Sam 
Houston, TX.
    Realign Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, by relocating the Army 
Environmental Center to Fort Sam Houston, TX.
    Realign Fort Belvoir, VA by relocating Army Materiel Command (AMC) 
and the Security Assistance Command (USASAC, an AMC major subordinate 
command) to Redstone Arsenal, AL.
Collocate Defense/Military Department Adjudication Activities
    Recommendation: Close 21820 Burbank Boulevard, a leased 
installation in Woodland Hills, CA. Relocate all components of the 
Defense Office of Hearings and Appeals Western Hearing Office to Fort 
Meade, MD.
    Close 800 Elkridge Landing Road, a leased installation in 
Linthicum, MD. Relocate all components of the National Security Agency 
Central Adjudication Facility to Fort Meade, MD.
    Realign 2780 Airport Drive, a leased installation in Columbus, OH, 
by relocating all components of the Defense Industrial Security 
Clearance Office and the Defense Office of Hearings and Appeals 
Personal Security Division to Fort Meade, MD.
    Realign 1777 N. Kent Street, a leased installation in Arlington, 
VA, by relocating all components of the Washington Headquarters Service 
Central Adjudication Facility to Fort Meade, MD.
    Realign 875 N. Randolph Street, a leased installation in Arlington, 
VA, by relocating all components of the Defense Office of Hearings and 
Appeals Headquarters to Fort Meade, MD.
    Realign 10050 North 25th Avenue, a leased installation in Phoenix, 
AZ, by relocating all components of the Defense Office of Hearings and 
Appeals Arizona office to Fort Meade, MD.
    Realign the Washington Navy Yard, DC, by relocating all components 
of the Navy Central Adjudication Facility to Fort Meade, MD.
    Realign Bolling Air Force Base, DC, by relocating all components of 
the Air Force Central Adjudication Facility and the Defense 
Intelligence Agency Central Adjudication Facility to Fort Meade, MD.
    Realign the Pentagon, Washington, DC, by relocating all components 
of the Joint Staff Central Adjudication Facility to Fort Meade, MD.
    Realign the U.S. Army Soldiers Systems Center Garrison, Natick, MA, 
by relocating all components of the Defense Office of Hearings and 
Appeals Boston Hearing office to Fort Meade, MD.
Collocate Military Department Investigation Agencies With DoD 
Counterintelligence and Security Agency
    Recommendation: Close 1919 South Eads Street, and 1801 South Bell 
Street, leased installations in Arlington, VA; 1340 Braddock Place, a 
leased installation in Alexandria, VA; and 938 Elridge Landing, a 
leased installation in Linthicum, MD. Relocate all components of the 
Counterintelligence Field Activity (CIFA) and Defense Security Service 
(DSS) to Marine Corps Base Quantico, VA.
    Realign Crystal Square 2, Crystal Square 4, and 251 18th Street 
South, leased installations in Arlington, VA; and 6845 and 6856 
Deerpath Road, leased installations in Elkridge, MD; 1 World Trade 
Center, a leased installation in Long Beach, California; 2300 Lake Park 
Drive, a leased installation in Smyrna, GA; and 2780 Airport Drive, a 
leased installation in Columbus, OH, by relocating all components of 
CIFA and DSS to Marine Corps Base Quantico, VA.
    Realign 121 Tejon, a leased installation in Colorado Springs, CO, 
by relocating all components of CIFA to Peterson Air Force Base, CO.
    Disestablish CIFA and DSS, and consolidate their components into 
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Counterintelligence and Security Agency.
    Realign Washington Navy Yard, Washington, DC, by relocating the 
Naval Criminal Investigation Service (NCIS) to Marine Corp Base 
Quantico, VA.
    Realign Andrews Air Force Base, MD by relocating the Air Force 
Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI) to Marine Corps Base Quantico, 
VA.
    Realign Fort Belvoir, VA, by relocating the Army Criminal 
Investigation Command (CID) to Marine Corp Base Quantico, VA.
Consolidate Defense Commissary Agency Eastern, Midwestern Regional, and 
Hopewell, VA Offices
    Recommendation: Close 300 AFCOMS Way, a leased installation in San 
Antonio, TX; 5258 Oaklawn Boulevard, a leased installation in Hopewell, 
VA; and 5151 Bonney Road, a leased installation in Virginia Beach, VA. 
Relocate all components of the Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) to Fort 
Lee, VA.
Consolidate Transportation Command Components
    Recommendation: Realign Fort Eustis, VA, by relocating the Army 
Surface Deployment and Distribution Command to Scott Air Force Base, 
IL, and consolidating it with the Air Force Air Mobility Command 
Headquarters and Transportation Command (TRANSCOM) Headquarters at 
Scott Air Force Base, IL.
    Realign Hoffman 2, a leased installation in Alexandria, VA, by 
relocating the U.S. Army Surface Deployment and Distribution Command to 
Scott Air Force Base, IL, and consolidating it with the Air Force Air 
Mobility Command Headquarters and Transportation Command Headquarters 
at Scott Air Force Base, IL.
    Realign U.S. Army Surface Deployment and Distribution Command--
Transportation Engineering Agency facility in Newport News, VA, by 
relocating U.S. Army Surface Deployment and Distribution Command--
Transportation Engineering Agency to Scott Air Force Base, IL, and 
consolidating it with the Air Force Air Mobility Command Headquarters 
and Transportation Command Headquarters at Scott Air Force Base, IL.
Relocate Air Force Real Property Agency (AFRPA)
    Recommendation: Realign Rosslyn Center and the Nash Street 
Building, leased installations in Arlington, VA, by relocating the Air 
Force Real Property Agency to Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, TX.
Collocate Navy Education and Training Command and Navy Education and 
Training Professional Development & Technology Center
    Recommendation: Realign Naval Air Station Pensacola, FL, by 
relocating Navy Education and Training Command to Naval Support 
Activity Millington, TN.
    Realign Saufley Field, FL, by relocating Navy Education and 
Training Professional Development & Technology Center to Naval Support 
Activity Millington, TN.
Collocate Miscellaneous Air Force Leased Locations and National Guard 
Headquarters Leased Locations
    Recommendation: Close 1501 Wilson Blvd, a leased installation in 
Arlington, VA. Relocate the Air Force-Judge Advocate General to Andrews 
Air Force Base, MD.
    Close 1560 Wilson Blvd, a leased installation in Arlington, VA. 
Relocate the Secretary of the Air Force-Acquisition to Andrews Air 
Force Base, MD.
    Close Arlington Plaza, a leased installation in Arlington, VA. 
Relocate the Secretary of the Air Force-Auditor General to Andrews Air 
Force Base, MD.
    Realign 1401 Wilson Blvd, the Nash Street Building, and 1919 Eads 
Street, leased installations in Arlington, VA, by relocating Air Force-
Operations to Andrews Air Force Base, MD.
    Realign 1815 N. Fort Myer Drive, a leased installation in 
Arlington, VA, by relocating Air Force-Operations, the Secretary of the 
Air Force-Administrative Assistant, and the Secretary of the Air Force-
Auditor General to Andrews Air Force Base, MD.
    Realign Ballston Metro Center, a leased installation in Arlington, 
VA, by relocating the Secretary of the Air Force-Public Affairs and the 
Secretary of the Air Force-Small Business to Andrews Air Force Base, 
MD.
    Realign Crystal Gateway 1, a leased installation in Arlington, VA, 
by relocating Air Force-Personnel, Air Force-Installation and 
Logistics, Air Force-Operations, and Air Force-Personnel Operations to 
Andrews Air Force Base, MD.
    Realign Crystal Gateway 2 and Jefferson Plaza 2, leased 
installations in Arlington, VA, by relocating Air Force-Installation 
and Logistics to Andrews Air Force Base, MD.
    Realign Crystal Gateway North, a leased installation in Arlington, 
VA, by relocating Air Force-Installation and Logistics and the 
Secretary of the Air Force-Financial Management to Andrews Air Force 
Base, MD.
    Realign Crystal Park 5 and Crystal Plaza 6, leased installations in 
Arlington, VA, by relocating the Secretary of the Air Force-
Administrative Assistant to Andrews Air Force Base, MD.
    Realign Crystal Plaza 5, a leased installation in Arlington, VA, by 
relocating the Air Force-Chief Information Officer and Air Force-
Operations to Andrews Air Force Base, MD.
    Realign Crystal Square 2, a leased installation in Arlington, VA, 
by relocating Air Force-Personnel and Air Force-Personnel Operations to 
Andrews Air Force Base, MD.
    Realign the Webb Building, a leased installation in Arlington, VA, 
by relocating Air Force-Personnel and the Secretary of the Air Force/
General Counsel to Andrews Air Force Base, MD.
    Realign Jefferson Plaza-1, Arlington, VA, by relocating the 
National Guard Bureau Headquarters, the Air National Guard 
Headquarters, and elements of the Army National Guard Headquarters to 
the Army National Guard Readiness Center, Arlington, VA, and Andrews 
Air Force Base, MD.
Create Joint Mobilization Sites
    Recommendation: Realign Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, Washington 
Navy Yard, DC, and Naval Submarine Base New London, CT, by relocating 
all mobilization functions to Fort Dix, NJ, designating it as Joint 
Pre-Deployment/Mobilization Site Dix/McGuire/Lakehurst. Realign 
Submarine Base Bangor, WA, by relocating all mobilization processing 
functions to Ft Lewis, WA, designating it as Joint Pre-Deployment/
Mobilization Site Lewis/McChord. Realign Ft Huachuca, AZ, by relocating 
all mobilization processing functions to Ft Bliss, TX, designating it 
as Joint Pre-Deployment/Mobilization Site Bliss/Holloman. Realign Ft 
Eustis, VA, Ft Jackson, SC, and Ft Lee, VA, by relocating all 
mobilization processing functions to Ft Bragg, NC, designating it as 
Joint Pre-Deployment/Mobilization Site Bragg/Pope.
Consolidate Correctional Facilities Into Joint Regional Correctional 
Facilities
    Recommendation: Realign Edwards Air Force Base, CA, Kirtland Air 
Force Base, NM, and Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, CA, by relocating 
the correctional function of each to Marine Corps Air Station, Miramar, 
CA, and consolidating them with the correctional function already at 
Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, CA, to form a single Level II 
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    Realign Lackland Air Force Base, TX, Fort Knox, KY, and Fort Sill, 
Oklahoma by relocating the correctional function of each to Fort 
Leavenworth, KS, and consolidating them with the correctional function 
already at Fort Leavenworth, KS, to form a single Level II Midwest 
Joint Regional Correctional Facility.
    Realign Naval Air Station Jacksonville, FL, and Naval Air Station 
Pensacola, FL, by relocating the correctional function of each to Naval 
Weapons Station Charleston, SC, and consolidating them with the 
correctional function already at Naval Weapons Station Charleston, SC, 
to form a single Level II Southeastern Joint Regional Correctional 
Facility.
    Realign Naval Support Activity Norfolk, VA, Marine Corps Base 
Quantico, VA, and Camp LeJeune, NC, by relocating the correctional 
function of each and consolidating them at Naval Support Activity, 
Northwest Annex, Chesapeake, VA, to form a single Level II Mid-Atlantic 
Joint Regional Correctional Facility.
    Realign Fort Lewis, WA, by relocating the management of 
correctional functions to Submarine Base Bangor, WA. The correctional 
facilities at Submarine Base Bangor, WA, and Fort Lewis, WA, will 
together form the Level II Northwestern Joint Regional Correctional 
Facility.
Consolidate/Collocate Active and Reserve Personnel & Recruiting Centers 
for Army and Air Force
    Recommendation: Realign Army Human Resources Command leased 
facilities in Alexandria, VA, Indianapolis, IN, and St. Louis, MO. 
Relocate and consolidate all functions at Fort Knox, KY.
    Realign the Air Reserve Personnel Center (Buckley Annex), CO, by 
relocating the Air Reserve Personnel Center processing functions to 
Randolph Air Force Base, TX, and consolidating them with the Air Force 
Personnel Center at Randolph Air Force Base, TX, and by relocating the 
Individual Mobilization Augmentee operational management functions to 
Robins Air Force Base, GA, and consolidating them with the Air Force 
Reserve Command at Robins Air Force Base, GA.
    Realign Robins Air Force Base, GA, by relocating Air Force Reserve 
Recruiting Service to Randolph Air Force Base, TX.

Industrial Joint Cross-Service Group Recommendations

Fleet Readiness Centers
    Recommendation: Realign Naval Air Station Oceana, VA, by 
disestablishing the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department 
Oceana, the Naval Air Depot Cherry Point Detachment, and the Naval Air 
Depot Jacksonville Detachment; establishing Fleet Readiness Center Mid 
Atlantic, Naval Air Station Oceana, VA; and transferring all 
intermediate maintenance workload and capacity to Fleet Readiness 
Center Mid Atlantic, Naval Air Station Oceana, VA.
    Realign Naval Air Station Patuxent River, MD, by disestablishing 
the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department at Naval Air Warfare 
Center Aircraft Division; establishing Fleet Readiness Center Mid 
Atlantic Site Patuxent River, Naval Air Station Patuxent River, MD; and 
transferring all intermediate maintenance workload and capacity to 
Fleet Readiness Center Mid Atlantic Site Patuxent River, Naval Air 
Station Patuxent River, MD.
    Realign Naval Air Station Norfolk, VA, by disestablishing the 
Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department Norfolk VA, the Naval Air 
Depot Jacksonville Detachment, and Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft 
Division Lakehurst Detachment; establishing Fleet Readiness Center Mid 
Atlantic Site Norfolk, Naval Air Station Norfolk, VA; and transferring 
all intermediate and depot maintenance workload and capacity to Fleet 
Readiness Center Mid Atlantic Site Norfolk, Naval Air Station Norfolk, 
VA.
    Realign Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base New Orleans, LA, by 
disestablishing the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department, 
establishing Fleet Readiness Center Mid Atlantic Site New Orleans, 
Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base New Orleans, LA; and transfer all 
intermediate maintenance workload and capacity to Fleet Readiness 
Center Mid Atlantic Site New Orleans, Naval Air Station Joint Reserve 
Base New Orleans, LA.
    Realign Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, NC, as follows: 
disestablish Naval Air Depot Cherry Point; establish Fleet Readiness 
Center East, Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, NC; relocate depot 
maintenance workload and capacity for Aircraft Avionics/Electronics 
Components (approximately 39 K DLHs), Aircraft Hydraulic Components 
(approximately 69 K DLHs), Aircraft Landing Gear Components 
(approximately 8 K DLHs), Aircraft Other Components (approximately 23 K 
DLHs), and Aircraft Structural Components (approximately 126 K DLHs) to 
Fleet Readiness Center Mid Atlantic, Naval Air Station Oceana, VA; 
relocate depot maintenance workload and capacity for Aircraft Avionics/
Electronics Components (approximately 11 K DLHs), Aircraft Hydraulic 
Components (approximately 19 K DLHs), Aircraft Landing Gear Components 
(approximately 2 K DLHs), Aircraft Structural Components (approximately 
35 K DLHs), and Aircraft Other Components (approximately 6 K DLHs) to 
Fleet Readiness Center Mid Atlantic Site Norfolk, Naval Air Station 
Norfolk, VA; relocate depot maintenance workload and capacity for 
Aircraft Avionics/Electronics Components (approximately 6 K DLHs), 
Aircraft Hydraulic Components (approximately 10 K DLHs), Aircraft 
Landing Gear Components (approximately 1 K DLHs), Aircraft Other 
Components (approximately 3 K DLHs), and Aircraft Structural Components 
(approximately 18 K DLHs) to Fleet Readiness Center Mid Atlantic Site 
Patuxent River, Naval Air Station Patuxent River, MD; relocate depot 
maintenance workload and capacity for Aircraft Avionics/Electronics 
Components (approximately 2 K DLHs), Aircraft Hydraulic Components 
(approximately 3 K DLHs), Aircraft Landing Gear Components 
(approximately 0.4K DLHs), Aircraft Other Components (approximately 1 K 
DLHs), and Aircraft Structural Components (approximately 6 K DLHs) to 
FRC Mid Atlantic Site New Orleans, Naval Air Station JRB New Orleans, 
LA.; relocate depot maintenance workload and capacity for Aircraft 
Avionics/Electronics Components (approximately 9 K DLHs), Aircraft 
Hydraulic Components (approximately 16 K DLHs), Aircraft Landing Gear 
Components (approximately 2 K DLHs), Aircraft Other Components 
(approximately 6 K DLHs) and Aircraft Structural Components 
(approximately 30 K DLHs) to the Fleet Readiness Center East Site 
Beaufort, hereby established at Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, SC; 
relocate depot maintenance workload and capacity for Aircraft Avionics/
Electronics Components (approximately 11 K DLHs), Aircraft Hydraulic 
Components (approximately 20 K DLHs), Aircraft Landing Gear Components 
(approximately 2 K DLHs), Aircraft Other Components (approximately 6 K 
DLHs), Aircraft Structural Components (approximately 36 K DLHs), 
Aircraft Rotary (approximately 1 K DLHs), Aircraft VSTOL (approximately 
2 K DLHs), Aircraft Cargo/Tanker (approximately 0.02 K DLHs,), Aircraft 
Other (approximately 18 K DLHs), Aircraft Structural Components 
(approximately 0.001K DLHs), Calibration (approximately 0.15 K DLHs) 
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(approximately 0.3 K DLHs) to Fleet Readiness Center East Site New 
River, hereby established at Marine Corps Air Station New River, Camp 
Lejeune, NC; and transfer all remaining depot maintenance workload and 
capacity to Fleet Readiness Center East, Marine Corps Air Station 
Cherry Point, NC.
    Realign Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, SC, by disestablishing 
Naval Air Depot Jacksonville Detachment Beaufort and transferring all 
depot maintenance workload and capacity to Fleet Readiness Center East 
Site Beaufort, Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, SC.
    Realign Naval Air Station Jacksonville, FL, as follows: 
disestablish Naval Air Depot Jacksonville, Naval Air Depot Jacksonville 
Detachment Jacksonville, and Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance 
Department Jacksonville; establish Fleet Readiness Center Southeast, 
Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, FL; relocate depot maintenance 
workload and capacity for Aircraft Avionics/Electronics Components 
(approximately 8 K DLHs), Aircraft Hydraulic Components (approximately 
6 K DLHs), Aircraft Landing Gear Components (approximately 3 K DLHs), 
Aircraft Other Components (approximately 27 K DLHs), and Aircraft 
Structural Components (approximately 9 K DLHs) to Fleet Readiness 
Center Southeast Site Mayport, hereby established at Naval Air Station, 
Mayport, FL; transfer all remaining intermediate and depot maintenance 
workload and capacity to Fleet Readiness Center Southeast, Naval Air 
Station Jacksonville, FL.
    Realign Naval Air Station Mayport, FL, by disestablishing Aircraft 
Intermediate Maintenance Department, Naval Air Depot Jacksonville 
Detachment Mayport, and Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division 
Lakehurst Voyage Repair Team Detachment Mayport and transferring all 
intermediate maintenance workload and capacity to Fleet Readiness 
Center Southeast Site Mayport, Naval Air Station Mayport, FL.
    Realign Naval Air Station Lemoore, CA, by disestablishing Aircraft 
Intermediate Maintenance Department Lemoore and Naval Air Depot North 
Island Detachment; establishing Fleet Readiness Center West, Naval Air 
Station Lemoore, CA; and transferring all intermediate and depot 
maintenance workload and capacity to Fleet Readiness Center West, Naval 
Air Station Lemoore, CA.
    Realign Naval Air Station Fallon, NV, by disestablishing the 
Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department Fallon and the Naval Air 
Depot North Island Detachment Fallon; establishing Fleet Readiness 
Center West Site Fallon, Naval Air Station Fallon, NV; and transferring 
all intermediate and depot maintenance workload and capacity to Fleet 
Readiness Center West Site Fallon, Naval Air Station Fallon, NV.
    Realign Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division China Lake, CA, 
by disestablishing the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department and 
relocating its maintenance workload and capacity for Aircraft 
(approximately 3 K DLHs), Aircraft Components (approximately 45 K 
DLHs), Fabrication & Manufacturing (approximately 6 K DLHs) and Support 
Equipment (approximately 16 K DLHs) to Fleet Readiness Center West, 
Naval Air Station Lemoore, CA.
    Realign Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, TX, by 
disestablishing the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department, 
establishing Fleet Readiness Center West Site Fort Worth, Naval Air 
Station Fort Worth, TX, and transferring all intermediate maintenance 
workload and capacity to Fleet Readiness Center West Site Fort Worth, 
Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, TX.
    Realign Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, WA, by disestablishing 
the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department, establishing Fleet 
Readiness Center Northwest, Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, WA, and 
transferring all intermediate maintenance workload and capacity to 
Fleet Readiness Center Northwest, Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, WA.
    Realign Naval Support Activity Crane, IN, by relocating the depot 
maintenance workload and capacity for ALQ-99 Electronic Warfare to 
Fleet Readiness Center Northwest, Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, WA.
    Realign Naval Air Station North Island, Naval Base Coronado, CA, as 
follows: disestablish Naval Air Depot North Island, COMSEACONWINGPAC 
(AIMD), and NADEP North Island Detachment North Island; establish Fleet 
Readiness Center Southwest, Naval Air Station North Island, Naval Base 
Coronado, CA; relocate depot maintenance workload and capacity for 
Aircraft Avionics/Electronics Components (approximately 6 K DLHs), 
Aircraft Hydraulic Components (approximately 2 K DLHs), Aircraft 
Landing Gear Components (approximately 3 K DLHs), Aircraft Other 
Components (approximately 13 K DLHs), and Aircraft Structural 
Components (approximately 4 K DLHs) from Naval Air Depot North Island 
to Fleet Readiness Center Southwest Site Point Mugu, hereby established 
at Naval Air Station Point Mugu, Naval Base Ventura, CA; relocate depot 
maintenance workload and capacity for Aircraft Avionics/Electronics 
Components (approximately 26 K DLHs), Aircraft Hydraulic Component 
(approximately 8 K DLHs), Aircraft Landing Gear Components 
(approximately 13 K DLHs), Aircraft Other Components (approximately 55 
K DLHs), Aircraft Structural Components (approximately 16 K DLHs) from 
Naval Air Depot North Island to Fleet Readiness Center Southwest Site 
Miramar, hereby established at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, CA; 
relocate depot maintenance workload and capacity for Aircraft Avionics/
Electronics Components (approximately 8 K DLHs), Aircraft Hydraulic 
Components (approximately 2 K DLHs), Aircraft Landing Gear Components 
(approximately 4 K DLHs), Aircraft Other Components (approximately 17 K 
DLHs), and Aircraft Structural Components (approximately 5 K DLHs) from 
Naval Air Depot North Island to Fleet Readiness Center Southwest Site 
Pendleton, hereby established at Marine Corps Air Station Camp 
Pendleton, CA; relocate depot maintenance workload and capacity for 
Aircraft Avionics/Electronics Components (approximately 6 K DLHs), 
Aircraft Hydraulic Components (approximately 2 K DLHs), Aircraft 
Landing Gear Components (approximately 3 K DLHs), Aircraft Other 
Components (approximately 12 K DLHs), Aircraft Structural Components 
(approximately 3 K DLHs) from Naval Air Depot North Island to Fleet 
Readiness Southwest Site Yuma, hereby established at Marine Corps Air 
Station Yuma, AZ; relocate depot maintenance workload and capacity for 
Aircraft Avionics/Electronics Components (approximately 6 K DLHs), 
Aircraft Hydraulic Components ( approximately 2 K DLHs), Aircraft 
Landing Gear Components (approximately 3 K DLHs), Aircraft Other 
Components (approximately 12 K DLHs), and Aircraft Structural 
Components (approximately 3 K DLHs) from Naval Air Depot North Island 
to Fleet Readiness Center West Site Fort Worth, Fort Worth TX; relocate 
depot maintenance workload and capacity for Aircraft Avionics/
Electronics Components (approximately 25 K DLHs), Aircraft Hydraulic 
Components (approximately 8 K DLHs), Aircraft Landing Gear Components 
(approximately 13 K DLHs), Aircraft Other Components (approximately 53 
K DLHs), and Aircraft Structural Components (approximately 15 K DLHs), 
from Naval Air Depot North Island to Fleet Readiness Center Northwest, 
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Island, WA; and transfer all remaining intermediate and depot 
maintenance workload and capacity to Fleet Readiness Center Southwest, 
Naval Air Station North Island, Naval Base Coronado, CA.
    Realign Naval Air Station Point Mugu, Naval Base Ventura, CA, by 
disestablishing the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department and 
transferring all intermediate maintenance workload and capacity to 
Fleet Readiness Center Southwest Site Point Mugu, Naval Base Ventura, 
CA.
    Realign Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, CA, by transferring depot 
maintenance workload and capacity for Aircraft Other (approximately 28 
K DLHs) and Aircraft Fighter/Attack (approximately 39 K DLHs) and 
intermediate maintenance workload and capacity for Aircraft Components, 
Aircraft Engines, Fabrication & Manufacturing and Support Equipment 
from Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron (MALS)-11 and 16 to Fleet 
Readiness Center Southwest Site Miramar, Marine Corps Air Station 
Miramar, CA.
    Realign Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton, CA, by 
transferring depot maintenance workload and capacity for Aircraft Other 
(approximately 22 K DLHs) and Aircraft Rotary (approximately 102 K 
DLHs) and intermediate maintenance workload and capacity for Aircraft 
Components, Aircraft Engines, Fabrication & Manufacturing and Support 
Equipment from MALS-39 to Fleet Readiness Center Southwest Site Camp 
Pendleton, Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton, CA.
    Realign Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, AZ, by transferring depot 
maintenance workload and capacity for Aircraft Fighter/Attack, Aircraft 
Other and Aircraft Rotary and intermediate maintenance workload and 
capacity for Aircraft Components, Aircraft Engines, Communication/
Electronics Equipment, Ordnance Weapons & Missiles, Software and 
Support Equipment from MALS-13 to Fleet Readiness Center Southwest Site 
Yuma, Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, AZ.
Lackland Air Force Base, TX
    Recommendation: Realign Lackland Air Force Base, TX, by relocating 
the depot maintenance of Computers, Crypto, Electronic Components (Non-
Airborne), and Radio to Tobyhanna Army Depot, PA; and disestablishing 
all depot maintenance capabilities.
Rock Island Arsenal, IL
    Recommendation: Realign Rock Island Arsenal, IL, by relocating the 
depot maintenance of Combat Vehicles and Other to Anniston Army Depot, 
AL, and the depot maintenance of Other Equipment and Tactical Vehicles 
to Letterkenny Army Depot, PA.
Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach, CA
    Recommendation: Realign Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach, CA, as 
follows: relocate the depot maintenance of Electronic Components (Non-
Airborne), Fire Control Systems and Components, Radar, and Radio to 
Tobyhanna Army Depot, PA; relocate the depot maintenance of Material 
Handling to Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, GA; relocate the depot 
maintenance of Other Components to Anniston Army Depot, AL; and 
relocate the depot maintenance of Tactical Missiles to Letterkenny Army 
Depot, PA.
Kansas Army Ammunition Plant, KS
    Recommendation: Close Kansas Army Ammunition Plant (AAP), KS. 
Relocate Sensor Fuzed Weapon/Cluster Bomb function and Missile warhead 
production to McAlester AAP, OK; 155MM ICM Artillery and 60MM, 81MM, 
and 120MM Mortar functions to Milan, TN; 105MM HE, 155MM HE, and 
Missile Warhead functions to Iowa AAP, IA; and Detonators/relays/delays 
to Crane Army Ammunition Activity, IN.
Hawthorne Army Depot, NV
    Recommendation: Close Hawthorne Army Depot, NV. Relocate Storage 
and Demilitarization functions to Tooele Army Depot, UT.
Mississippi Army Ammunition Plant, MS
    Recommendation: Close Mississippi Army Ammunition Plant, MS. 
Relocate the 155MM ICM artillery metal parts functions to Rock Island 
Arsenal, IL.
Riverbank Army Ammunition Plant, CA
    Recommendation: Close Riverbank Army Ammunition Plant, CA. Relocate 
the artillery cartridge case metal parts functions to Rock Island 
Arsenal, IL.
Sierra Army Depot, CA
    Recommendation: Realign Sierra Army Depot, CA. Relocate Storage to 
Tooele Army Depot, NV and Demilitarization to Crane Army Ammunition 
Activity, IN, and McAlester Army Ammunition Plant, OK.
Watervliet Arsenal, NY
    Recommendation: Realign Watervliet Arsenal, NY, by disestablishing 
all capabilities for Other Field Artillery Components.
Lima Tank Plant, OH
    Recommendation: Realign Lima Tank Plant, OH. Retain the portion 
required to support the manufacturing of armored combat vehicles to 
include Army Future Combat System (FCS) program, Marine Corps 
Expeditionary Force Vehicle (EFV) chassis, and M1 Tank recapitalization 
program.
Deseret Chemical Depot, UT
    Recommendation: Close Deseret Chemical Depot, UT. Transfer the 
storage igloos and magazines to Tooele Army Depot, UT.
Newport Chemical Depot, IN
    Recommendation: Close Newport Chemical Depot, IN.
Umatilla Chemical Depot, OR
    Recommendation: Close Umatilla Chemical Depot, OR.
Lone Star Army Ammunition Plant, TX
    Recommendation: Close Lone Star Army Ammunition Plant (AAP), TX. 
Relocate the Storage and Demilitarization functions to McAlester AAP, 
IL. Relocate the 105MM and 155MM ICM Artillery, MLRS Artillery, Hand 
Grenades, 60MM and 81MM Mortars functions to Milan AAP, TN. Relocate 
Mines and Detonators/Relays/Delays functions to Iowa AAP, IA. Relocate 
Demolition Charges functions to Crane Army Ammunition Activity (AAA), 
IN.
Naval Shipyard Detachments
    Recommendation: Realign Puget Sound Naval Shipyard Detachment 
Boston, MA, by relocating the ship repair function to Puget Sound Naval 
Shipyard, WA.
    Realign Naval Station Annapolis, MD, by relocating the Norfolk 
Naval Shipyard Detachment, Naval Sea Systems Command Plant Equipment 
Support Office ship repair function to Norfolk Naval Shipyard, VA.
    Realign the Navy Philadelphia Business Center, PA, by relocating 
the Norfolk Naval Shipyard Detachment, Naval Sea Systems Command 
Shipbuilding Support Office ship repair function to Norfolk Naval 
Shipyard, VA.
Ship Intermediate Maintenance Activity Norfolk, VA
    Recommendation: Realign Ship Intermediate Maintenance Activity 
(SIMA) Norfolk, VA, by relocating intermediate ship maintenance 
function to Naval Shipyard Norfolk, VA.

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Intelligence Joint Cross-Service Group Recommendations

Defense Intelligence Agency (A Classified Version of This 
Recommendation Identifies Specific Functions To Be Moved)
    Recommendation: Realign Defense Intelligence Analysis Center, 
Bolling Air Force Base, DC, by relocating select Defense Intelligence 
Agency intelligence analysis functions to a new facility at Rivanna 
Station, VA. Realign Crystal Park 5, a leased facility in Arlington, 
VA, by relocating the Defense Intelligence Agency analysis function to 
the Defense Intelligence Analysis Center, Bolling Air Force Base, DC.
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Activities
    Recommendation: Close National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) 
Dalecarlia and Sumner sites, Bethesda, MD; Reston 1, 2 and 3, leased 
installations in Reston, VA; Newington buildings 8510, 8520, and 8530, 
Newington, VA; and Building 213 a leased installation at the South East 
Federal Center, Washington, DC. Relocate all functions to a new 
facility at Fort Belvoir, VA. Realign the National Reconnaissance 
Office facility, Westfields, VA, by relocating all NGA functions to a 
new facility at the Fort Belvoir, VA. Consolidate all NGA National 
Geospatial-Intelligence College functions on Fort Belvoir into the new 
facility at Fort Belvoir, VA.

Medical Joint Cross-Service Group Recommendations

Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda, MD
    Recommendation: Realign Walter Reed Army Medical Center, 
Washington, DC, as follows: relocate all tertiary (sub-specialty and 
complex care) medical services to National Naval Medical Center, 
Bethesda, MD, establishing it as the Walter Reed National Military 
Medical Center Bethesda, MD; relocate Legal Medicine to the new Walter 
Reed National Military Medical Center Bethesda, MD; relocate sufficient 
personnel to the new Walter Reed National Military Medical Center 
Bethesda, MD, to establish a Program Management Office that will 
coordinate pathology results, contract administration, and quality 
assurance and control of DoD second opinion consults worldwide; 
relocate all non-tertiary (primary and specialty) patient care 
functions to a new community hospital at Ft Belvoir, VA; relocate the 
Office of the Secretary of Defense supporting unit to Fort Belvoir, VA; 
disestablish all elements of the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology 
except the National Medical Museum and the Tissue Repository; relocate 
the Armed Forces Medical Examiner, DNA Registry, and Accident 
Investigation to Dover Air Force Base, DE; relocate enlisted histology 
technician training to Fort Sam Houston, TX; relocate the Combat 
Casualty Care Research sub-function (with the exception of those 
organizational elements performing neuroprotection research) of the 
Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (Forest Glen Annex) and the 
Combat Casualty Care Research sub-function of the Naval Medical 
Research Center (Forest Glen Annex) to the Army Institute of Surgical 
Research, Fort Sam Houston, TX; relocate Medical Biological Defense 
Research of the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (Forest Glen 
Annex) and Naval Medical Research Center (Forest Glen Annex) to Fort 
Detrick, MD, and consolidate it with U.S. Army Medical Research 
Institute of Infectious Diseases; relocate Medical Chemical Defense 
Research of the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (Forest Glen 
Annex) to Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, and consolidate it with the U.S. 
Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense; and close the main 
post.
San Antonio Regional Medical Center, TX
    Recommendation: Realign Lackland Air Force Base, TX, by relocating 
the inpatient medical function of the 59th Medical Wing (Wilford Hall 
Medical Center) to the Brooke Army Medical Center, Ft Sam Houston, TX, 
establishing it as the San Antonio Regional Military Medical Center, 
and converting Wilford Hall Medical Center into an ambulatory care 
center.
    Realign Naval Air Station Great Lakes, IL, Sheppard Air Force Base, 
TX, Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, Naval Medical Center San Diego, 
CA, by relocating basic and specialty enlisted medical training to Fort 
Sam Houston, TX.
McChord Air Force Base, WA
    Recommendation: Realign McChord Air Force Base, WA, by relocating 
all medical functions to Fort Lewis, WA.
Joint Centers of Excellence for Chemical, Biological, and Medical 
Research and Development and Acquisition
    Recommendation: Realign Building 42, 8901 Wisconsin Ave, Bethesda, 
MD, by relocating the Combat Casualty Care Research sub-function of the 
Naval Medical Research Center to the Army Institute of Surgical 
Research, Fort Sam Houston, TX.
    Realign Naval Station Great Lakes, IL, by relocating the Army 
Dental Research Detachment, the Air Force Dental Investigative Service, 
and the Naval Institute for Dental and Biomedical Research to the Army 
Institute of Surgical Research, Fort Sam Houston, TX.
    Realign 13 Taft Court and 1600 E. Gude Drive, Rockville, MD, by 
relocating the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Division of 
Retrovirology to the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Walter 
Reed Army Medical Center--Forest Glen Annex, MD, establishing it as a 
Center of Excellence for Infectious Disease.
    Realign Naval Air Station Pensacola, FL, by relocating the Naval 
Aeromedical Research Laboratory to Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
    Realign 12300 Washington Ave, Rockville, MD, by relocating the 
Medical Biological Defense Research sub-function to the U. S. Army 
Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, Ft. Detrick, MD.
    Realign Potomac Annex-Washington, DC, by relocating Naval Bureau of 
Medicine, Code M2, headquarters-level planning, investment portfolio 
management and program and regulatory oversight of DoD Biomedical 
Science and Technology programs and FDA-regulated medical product 
development within the biomedical RDA function to a new Joint 
Biomedical Research, Development and Acquisition Management Center at 
Fort Detrick, MD.
    Realign 64 Thomas Jefferson Drive, Frederick, MD, by relocating the 
Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical Biological Defense, Joint 
Project Manager for Chemical Biological Medical Systems headquarters-
level planning, investment portfolio management and program and 
regulatory oversight of DoD Biomedical Science and Technology programs 
and FDA-regulated medical product development within the RDA function 
to a new Joint Biomedical Research, Development and Acquisition 
Management Center at Fort Detrick, MD.
    Realign Fort Belvoir, VA, by relocating the Chemical Biological 
Defense Research component of the Defense Threat Reduction Agency to 
Edgewood Chemical Biological Center, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.
    Realign Tyndall AFB, FL, by relocating Non-medical Chemical 
Biological Defense Research to Edgewood Chemical Biological Center, 
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, and consolidating it with Air Force 
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    Realign Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division, VA, by 
relocating Non-medical Chemical Biological Defense Research and 
Development & Acquisition to Edgewood Chemical Biological Center, 
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.
    Realign Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division, IN, by 
relocating the Non-medical Chemical Biological Defense Development and 
Acquisition to Edgewood Chemical Biological Center, Aberdeen Proving 
Ground, MD.
    Realign Skyline 2 and 6, Falls Church, VA, by relocating the Joint 
Program Executive Office for Chemical Biological Defense to Edgewood 
Chemical Biological Center, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.
Convert Inpatient Services to Clinics
    Recommendation: Realign Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, NC 
by disestablishing the inpatient mission at Naval Hospital Cherry 
Point; converting the hospital to a clinic with an ambulatory surgery 
center.
    Realign Fort Eustis, VA, by disestablishing the inpatient mission 
at the Fort Eustis Medical Facility; converting the hospital to a 
clinic with an ambulatory surgery center.
    Realign the United States Air Force Academy, CO, by relocating the 
inpatient mission of the 10th Medical Group to Fort Carson Medical 
Facility, CO; converting the 10th Medical Group into a clinic with an 
ambulatory surgery center.
    Realign Andrews Air Force Base, MD, by disestablishing the 
inpatient mission at the 89th Medical Group; converting the hospital to 
a clinic with an ambulatory surgery center.
    Realign MacDill Air Force Base, FL, by disestablishing the 
inpatient mission at the 6th Medical Group; converting the hospital to 
a clinic with an ambulatory surgery center.
    Realign Keesler Air Force Base, MS, by disestablishing the 
inpatient mission at the 81st Medical Group; converting the medical 
center to a clinic with an ambulatory surgery center.
    Realign Scott Air Force Base, IL, by disestablishing the inpatient 
mission at the 375th Medical Group; converting the hospital to a clinic 
with an ambulatory surgery center.
    Realign Naval Station Great Lakes, IL, by disestablishing the 
inpatient mission at Naval Hospital Great Lakes; converting the 
hospital to a clinic with an ambulatory surgery center.
    Realign Fort Knox, KY, by disestablishing the inpatient mission at 
Fort Knox's Medical Facility; converting the hospital to a clinic with 
an ambulatory surgery center.
Brooks City Base, TX
    Recommendation: Close Brooks City Base, San Antonio, TX. Relocate 
the Air Force Audit Agency and 341st Recruiting Squadron to Randolph 
AFB. Relocate the United States Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine, 
the Air Force Institute of Occupational Health, the Naval Health 
Research Center Electro-Magnetic Energy Detachment, the Human Systems 
Development and Acquisition function, and the Human Effectiveness 
Directorate of the Air Force Research Laboratory to Wright Patterson 
Air Force Base, OH. Consolidate the Human Effectiveness Directorate 
with the Air Force Research Laboratory, Human Effectiveness Directorate 
at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, OH. Relocate the Air Force Center 
for Environmental Excellence, the Air Force Medical Support Agency, Air 
Force Medical Operations Agency, Air Force Element Medical Defense 
Agency, Air Force Element Medical-DoD, Air Force-Wide Support Element, 
710th Information Operations Flight and the 68th Information Operations 
Squadron to Lackland Air Force Base, TX. Relocate the Army Medical 
Research Detachment to the Army Institute of Surgical Research, Fort 
Sam Houston, TX. Relocate the Non-Medical Chemical Biological Defense 
Development and Acquisition to Edgewood Chemical Biological Center, 
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD. Disestablish any remaining organizations.
    Realign Holloman AFB by disestablishing the high-onset 
gravitational force centrifuge and relocating the physiological 
training unit (49 ADOS/SGGT) to Wright-Patterson AFB.

Supply and Storage Joint Cross-Service Group Recommendations

Supply, Storage, and Distribution Management Reconfiguration
    Recommendation: Realign Defense Supply Center Columbus, OH, by 
disestablishing the Defense Distribution Depot Columbus, OH. Relocate 
the storage and distribution functions and associated inventories to 
the Defense Distribution Depot Susquehanna, PA, hereby designated the 
Susquehanna Strategic Distribution Platform.
    Realign Tobyhanna Army Depot, PA, by consolidating the supply, 
storage, and distribution functions and associated inventories of the 
Defense Distribution Depot Tobyhanna, PA, with all other supply, 
storage, and distribution functions and inventories that exist at 
Tobyhanna Army Depot to support depot operations, maintenance, and 
production. Retain the minimum necessary supply, storage, and 
distribution functions and inventories required to support Tobyhanna 
Army Depot, and to serve as a wholesale Forward Distribution Point. 
Relocate all other wholesale storage and distribution functions and 
associated inventories to the Susquehanna Strategic Distribution 
Platform.
    Realign Naval Station Norfolk, VA, by consolidating the supply, 
storage, and distribution functions and associated inventories of the 
Defense Distribution Depot Norfolk, VA, with all other supply, storage, 
and distribution functions and inventories that exist at Norfolk Naval 
Base and at Norfolk Naval Shipyard to support shipyard operations, 
maintenance, and production. Retain the minimum necessary supply, 
storage, and distribution functions and inventories required to support 
Norfolk Naval Shipyard operations, maintenance and production, and to 
serve as a wholesale Forward Distribution Point. Relocate all other 
wholesale storage and distribution functions and associated inventories 
to the Susquehanna Strategic Distribution Platform.
    Realign Defense Supply Center Richmond, VA, by relocating the 
storage and distribution functions and associated inventories of the 
Defense Distribution Depot Richmond, VA, to the Susquehanna Strategic 
Distribution Platform. Retain the minimum necessary storage and 
distribution functions and associated inventories at Defense 
Distribution Depot Richmond, VA, to serve as a wholesale Forward 
Distribution Point.
    Realign Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, NC by consolidating 
the supply, storage, and distribution functions and associated 
inventories of the Defense Distribution Depot, Cherry Point, NC, with 
all other supply, storage, and distribution functions and inventories 
that exist at Naval Aviation Depot Cherry Point, NC, to support depot 
operations, maintenance and production. Retain the minimum necessary 
supply, storage, and distribution functions and inventories required to 
support Naval Air Depot Cherry Point, and to serve as a wholesale 
Forward Distribution Point. Relocate all other wholesale storage and 
distribution functions and associated inventories to the Defense 
Distribution Depot Warner Robins, GA, hereby designated the Warner 
Robins Strategic Distribution Platform.
    Realign Robins Air Force Base, GA, by consolidating the supply, 
storage, and distribution functions and associated inventories 
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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.
    Realign Marine Corps Logistics Base, Albany, GA, by consolidating 
the supply, storage, and distribution functions and associated 
inventories of the Defense Distribution Depot Albany, GA, with all 
other supply, storage, and distribution functions and inventories that 
exist at the Maintenance Center Albany, GA, to support depot 
operations, maintenance, and production. Retain the minimum necessary 
supply, storage, and distribution functions and inventories required to 
support the Maintenance Center Albany, GA, and to serve as a wholesale 
Forward Distribution Point. Relocate all other wholesale storage and 
distribution functions and associated inventories to the Warner Robins 
Strategic Distribution Platform.
    Realign Naval Air Station Jacksonville, FL, by consolidating the 
supply, storage, and distribution functions and associated inventories 
of the Defense Distribution Depot, Jacksonville, FL, with all other 
supply, storage, and distribution functions and inventories that exist 
at the Naval Aviation Depot, Jacksonville, FL, to support depot 
operations, maintenance, and production. Retain the minimum necessary 
supply, storage, and distribution functions and inventories required to 
support the Naval Aviation Depot, Jacksonville, FL, and to serve as a 
wholesale Forward Distribution Point. Relocate all other wholesale 
storage and distribution functions and associated inventories to the 
Warner Robins Strategic Distribution Platform.
    Realign Anniston Army Depot, AL, by consolidating the supply, 
storage, and distribution functions and associated inventories of the 
Defense Distribution Depot Anniston, AL, with all other supply, 
storage, and distribution functions and inventories that exist at 
Anniston Army Depot, AL, to support depot operations, maintenance, and 
production. Retain the minimum necessary supply, storage, and 
distribution functions and inventories required to support Anniston 
Army Depot, AL, and to serve as a wholesale Forward Distribution Point. 
Relocate all other wholesale storage and distribution functions and 
associated inventories to the Warner Robins Strategic Distribution 
Platform.
    Realign Corpus Christi Army Depot, TX, by consolidating the supply, 
storage, and distribution functions and associated inventories of the 
Defense Distribution Depot, Corpus Christi, TX, with all other supply, 
storage, and distribution functions and inventories that exist at 
Corpus Christi Army Depot, TX, to support depot operations, 
maintenance, and production. Retain the minimum necessary supply, 
storage, and distribution functions and inventories required to support 
Corpus Christi Army Depot, TX, and to serve as a wholesale Forward 
Distribution Point. Relocate all other wholesale storage and 
distribution functions and associated inventories to the Defense 
Distribution Depot Oklahoma City, hereby designated the Oklahoma City 
Strategic Distribution Platform.
    Realign Tinker AFB, OK, by consolidating the supply, storage, and 
distribution functions and associated inventories supporting depot 
operations, maintenance, and production at the Air Logistics Center, 
Oklahoma City, OK, with the supply, storage, and distribution functions 
and inventories at the Oklahoma City Strategic Distribution Platform.
    Realign Hill AFB, UT, by consolidating 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. 
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.
    Realign Naval Station Bremerton, WA, by consolidating the supply, 
storage, and distribution functions and associated inventories of the 
Defense Distribution Depot, Puget Sound, WA, with all other supply, 
storage and distribution functions and inventories that exist at Puget 
Sound Naval Shipyard, WA, to support shipyard operations, maintenance, 
and production. Retain the minimum necessary supply, storage, and 
distribution functions and inventories required to support Puget Sound 
Naval Shipyard, WA, and to serve as a wholesale Forward Distribution 
Point. Relocate all other wholesale storage and distribution functions 
and associated inventories to the San Joaquin Strategic Distribution 
Platform.
    Realign Naval Station, San Diego, CA, by consolidating the supply, 
storage, and distribution functions and associated inventories of the 
Defense Distribution Depot, San Diego, CA, with all other supply, 
storage and distribution functions and inventories that exist at Naval 
Aviation Depot, North Island, CA, to support depot operations, 
maintenance, and production. Retain the minimum necessary supply, 
storage, and distribution functions and inventories required to support 
Naval Aviation Depot, North Island, CA, and to serve as a wholesale 
Forward Distribution Point. Relocate all other wholesale storage and 
distribution functions and associated inventories to the San Joaquin 
Strategic Distribution Platform.
    Realign Marine Corps Logistics Base, Barstow, CA, by consolidating 
the supply, storage, and distribution functions and associated 
inventories of the Defense Distribution Depot Barstow CA, with all 
other supply, storage, and distribution functions and inventories that 
exist at the Maintenance Center Barstow, CA, to support depot 
operations, maintenance, and production. Retain the minimum necessary 
supply, storage, and distribution functions and inventories at Defense 
Distribution Depot Barstow, CA, that are required to support the 
Maintenance Center Barstow, CA, and to serve as a wholesale Forward 
Distribution Point. Relocate all other wholesale storage and 
distribution functions and associated inventories to the San Joaquin 
Strategic Distribution Platform.
Commodity Management Privatization
    Recommendation: Realign Detroit Arsenal, MI, by relocating the 
supply contracting function for tires to the Inventory Control Point at 
Defense Supply Center Columbus, OH, and disestablishing all other 
supply functions for tires.
    Realign Hill Air Force Base, UT, as follows: Relocate the supply 
contracting function for tires 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.
    Realign Naval Support Activity, Mechanicsburg, PA, by relocating 
the supply contracting function for packaged petroleum, oils, and 
lubricants to the Inventory Control Point at Defense Supply Center, 
Richmond, VA, and disestablishing all other supply functions for 
packaged petroleum, oils, and lubricants.

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    Realign Defense Supply Center, Richmond, VA by disestablishing 
storage and distribution functions for tires, and the supply, storage, 
and distribution functions for packaged petroleum, oils, and 
lubricants, and compressed gases. Retain the supply contracting 
function for packaged petroleum, oils, and lubricants, and compressed 
gases.
    Realign Defense Supply Center Columbus, OH, Tobyhanna Army Depot, 
PA, Defense Distribution Depot Susquehanna, PA, Naval Station Norfolk, 
VA, Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, NC, Marine Corps Logistics 
Base, Albany, GA, Robins Air Force Base, GA, Anniston Army Depot, AL, 
Naval Air Station Jacksonville, FL, Tinker Air Force Base, OK, Corpus 
Christi Army Depot, TX, Naval Station Bremerton, WA, Naval Station San 
Diego, CA, Defense Distribution Depot Barstow, CA, Defense Distribution 
Depot San Joaquin, CA, and Naval Station Pearl Harbor, HI, by 
disestablishing storage and distribution functions for tires, packaged 
petroleum, oils, and lubricants, and compressed gases at each location.
Depot Level Reparable Procurement Management Consolidation
    Recommendation: Realign Lackland Air Force Base, TX, as follows: 
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 to Defense Supply Center Columbus, OH, and 
reestablish them as Defense Logistics Agency Inventory Control Point 
functions; relocate the procurement management and related support 
functions for Depot Level Reparables to Robins Air Force Base, GA, and 
designate them as Defense Supply Center Columbus, OH, Inventory Control 
Point functions; relocate the remaining integrated materiel management, 
user, and related support functions to Robins Air Force Base, GA.
    Realign Soldier Systems Center, Natick, MA, by relocating 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 to Defense Supply Center Philadelphia, PA, and 
reestablishing them as Defense Logistics Agency Inventory Control Point 
functions and by disestablishing the procurement management and related 
support functions for Depot Level Reparables and designating them as 
Defense Supply Center Philadelphia, PA, Inventory Control Point 
functions.
    Realign Detroit Arsenal, MI, by relocating 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 to 
Defense Supply Center Columbus, OH, and reestablishing them as Defense 
Logistics Agency Inventory Control Point functions, and by 
disestablishing the procurement management and related support 
functions for Depot Level Reparables and designating them as Defense 
Supply Center Columbus, OH, Inventory Control Point functions.
    Realign Rock Island Arsenal, IL, as follows: 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 to Defense Supply Center Columbus, OH, and reestablish them as 
Defense Logistics Agency Inventory Control Point functions; relocate 
the procurement management and related support functions for Depot 
Level Reparables to Detroit Arsenal, MI, and designate them as Defense 
Supply Center Columbus, OH, Inventory Control Point functions; and 
relocate the remaining integrated materiel management, user, and 
related support functions to Detroit Arsenal, MI.
    Realign Ft. Huachuca, AZ, as follows: 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 to 
Defense Supply Center Columbus, OH, and designate them as Defense 
Logistics Agency Inventory Control Point functions; relocate the 
procurement management and related support functions for Depot Level 
Reparables to Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, and designate them as 
Defense Supply Center Columbus, OH, Inventory Control Point functions; 
and relocate the remaining integrated materiel management, user, and 
related support functions to Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.
    Realign Naval Support Activity Mechanicsburg, PA, as follows: 
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 Nuclear 
Propulsion Support, Level 1/Subsafe and Deep Submergence System Program 
(DSSP) Management, Strategic Weapon Systems Management, Design 
Unstable/Preproduction Test, Special Waivers, Major End Items and 
Fabricated or Reclaimed items to Defense Supply Center Columbus, OH, 
and reestablish them as Defense Logistics Agency Inventory Control 
Point functions; disestablish the procurement management and related 
support functions for Depot Level Reparables and designate them as 
Defense Supply Center Columbus, OH, Inventory Control Point functions; 
and relocate the oversight of 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 and the 
oversight of procurement management and related support functions for 
Depot Level Reparables to the Defense Logistics Agency, Fort Belvoir, 
VA.
    Realign Marine Corps Base, Albany, GA, as follows: 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 any 
residual Consumable Items to Defense Supply Center Columbus, OH, and 
reestablish them as Defense Logistics Agency Inventory Control Point 
functions; disestablish the procurement management and related support 
functions for Depot Level Reparables and designate them as Defense 
Supply Center Columbus, OH, Inventory Control Point functions; and 
relocate the oversight of Budget/Funding, Contracting, Cataloging, 
Requisition Processing, Customer

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Services, Item Management, Stock Control, Weapon System Secondary Item 
Support, Requirements Determination, Integrated Materiel Management 
Technical Support Inventory Control Point functions for Consumable 
Items and the oversight of procurement management and related support 
functions for Depot Level Reparables to the Defense Logistics Agency, 
Fort Belvoir, VA.
    Realign Naval Support Activity Philadelphia, PA, Tinker Air Force 
Base, OK, Hill Air Force Base, UT, and Robins Air Force Base, GA, by 
relocating 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, and reestablishing them as Defense 
Logistics Agency Inventory Control Point functions, and by 
disestablishing the procurement management and related support 
functions for Depot Level Reparables and designating them as Defense 
Supply Center Richmond, VA, Inventory Control Point functions.
    Realign Redstone Arsenal, AL, as follows: 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 Aviation 
Consumable Items to Defense Supply Center Richmond, VA, and reestablish 
them as Defense Logistics Agency Aviation Inventory Control Point 
functions; disestablish the procurement management and related support 
functions for Aviation Depot Level Reparables and designate them as 
Defense Supply Center Richmond, VA, Aviation Inventory Control Point 
functions; 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 Missile Consumable Items to 
Defense Supply Center Columbus, OH; reestablish them as Defense 
Logistics Agency Missile Inventory Control Point functions; 
disestablish the procurement management and related support functions 
for Missile Depot Level Reparables and designate them as Defense Supply 
Center Columbus, OH, Missile Inventory Control Point functions; and 
realign a portion of the remaining integrated materiel management, 
user, and related support functions necessary to oversee the Inventory 
Control Point activities at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, Detroit 
Arsenal, MI, Soldier System Center, Natick, MA, and Redstone Arsenal, 
AL, to Headquarters Army Materiel Command (AMC).
    Realign Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH, by relocating the 
oversight of 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 and the oversight of procurement management and 
related support functions for Depot Level Reparables to the Defense 
Logistics Agency, Fort Belvoir, VA.
    Realign Fort Belvoir, VA, by assigning the oversight of 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 and the oversight of procurement management and related support 
functions for Depot Level Reparables to the Defense Logistics Agency, 
Fort Belvoir, VA.

Technical Joint Cross-Service Group Recommendations

Defense Research Service Led Laboratories
    Recommendation: Close the Air Force Research Laboratory, Mesa City, 
AZ. Relocate all functions to Wright Patterson Air Force Base, OH.
    Realign Air Force Research Laboratory, Hanscom, MA, by relocating 
the Sensors Directorate to Wright Patterson Air Force Base, OH, and the 
Space Vehicles Directorate to Kirtland Air Force Base, NM.
    Realign Rome Laboratory, NY, by relocating the Sensor Directorate 
to Wright Patterson Air Force Base, OH, and consolidating it with the 
Air Force Research Laboratory, Sensor Directorate at Wright Patterson 
Air Force Base, OH.
    Realign Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright Patterson Air Force 
Base, OH, by relocating the Information Systems Directorate to Hanscom 
Air Force Base, MA.
    Realign Army Research Laboratory Langley, VA, and Army Research 
Laboratory Glenn, OH, by relocating the Vehicle Technology Directorates 
to Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.
    Realign the Army Research Laboratory White Sands Missile Range, NM, 
by relocating all Army Research Laboratory activities except the 
minimum detachment required to maintain the Test and Evaluation 
functions at White Sands Missile Range, NM, to Aberdeen Proving Ground, 
MD.
Co-Locate Extramural Research Program Managers
    Recommendation: Close the Office of Naval Research facility, 
Arlington, VA; the Air Force Office of Scientific Research facility, 
Arlington, VA; the Army Research Office facilities, Durham, NC, and 
Arlington, VA; and the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency 
facility, Arlington, VA. Relocate all functions to the National Naval 
Medical Center, Bethesda, MD. Realign Fort Belvoir, VA, by relocating 
the Army Research Office to the National Naval Medical Center, 
Bethesda, MD. Realign the Defense Threat Reduction Agency Telegraph 
Road facility, Alexandria, VA, by relocating the Extramural Research 
Program Management function (except conventional armaments and chemical 
biological defense research) to the National Naval Medical Center, 
Bethesda, MD.
Consolidate Ground Vehicle Development & Acquisition in a Joint Center
    Recommendation: Realign Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, AL, by 
relocating the joint robotics program development and acquisition 
activities to Detroit Arsenal, Warren, MI, and consolidating them with 
the Program Executive Office Ground Combat Systems, Program Executive 
Office Combat Support and Combat Service Support and Tank Automotive 
Research Development Engineering Center. Realign the USMC Direct 
Reporting Program Manager Advanced Amphibious Assault (DRPM AAA) 
facilities in Woodbridge, VA, by relocating the Ground Forces 
initiative D&A activities to Detroit Arsenal, Warren, MI.
Consolidate Navy Strategic Test & Evaluation
    Recommendation: Realign Patrick Air Force Base, Cape Canaveral, FL, 
by relocating Nuclear Test and Evaluation at the Naval Ordnance Test 
Unit to Strategic Weapons Facility Atlantic, Kings Bay, GA.

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Consolidate Sea Vehicle Development & Acquisition
    Recommendation: Realign Detroit Arsenal, MI, by relocating Sea 
Vehicle Development and Acquisition to Naval Surface Warfare Center 
Carderock Division, Bethesda, MD, and Program Management and Direction 
of Sea Vehicle Development and Acquisition to Naval Sea Systems 
Command, Washington Navy Yard, DC.
Establish Centers for Rotary Wing Air Platform Development & 
Acquisition, Test & Evaluation
    Recommendation: Realign Wright Patterson Air Force Base, OH, by 
relocating Air Force Materiel Command V-22 activities in rotary wing 
air platform development and acquisition to Patuxent River, MD. Realign 
the Naval Air Engineering Station Lakehurst, NJ, by relocating 
activities in rotary wing air platform development, acquisition, test 
and evaluation to Patuxent River, MD. Realign Ft. Rucker, AL, by 
relocating the Aviation Technical Test Center to Redstone Arsenal, AL, 
and consolidating it with the Technical Test Center at Redstone 
Arsenal, AL. Realign Warner-Robins Air Force Base, GA, by relocating 
activities in rotary wing air platform development and acquisition to 
Redstone Arsenal, AL.
Establish Centers for Fixed Wing Air Platform Research, Development & 
Acquisition, Test & Evaluation
    Recommendation: Realign Tinker Air Force Base, OK, Robins, Air 
Force Base, GA, and Hill Air Force Base, UT, by relocating fixed wing 
related Air Platform Development and Acquisition to Wright Patterson 
Air Force Base, OH.
    Realign Wright Patterson Air Force Base, OH, by relocating fixed 
wing related Live Fire Test and Evaluation to Naval Air Weapons Station 
China Lake, CA.
Create an Air Integrated Weapons & Armaments Research, Development & 
Acquisition, Test & Evaluation Center
    Recommendation: Realign Hill Air Force Base, UT, by relocating 
Weapons and Armaments In-Service Engineering Research, Development & 
Acquisition, and Test and Evaluation to Eglin Air Force Base, FL. 
Realign Fort Belvoir, VA, by relocating Defense Threat Reduction Agency 
National Command Region conventional armament Research to Eglin Air 
Force Base, FL.
Create a Naval Integrated Weapons & Armaments Research, Development & 
Acquisition, Test & Evaluation Center
    Recommendation: Realign Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane, IN, by 
relocating all Weapons and Armaments Research, Development & 
Acquisition, and Test & Evaluation, except gun/ammo, combat system 
security, and energetic materials to Naval Air Weapons Station China 
Lake, CA.
    Realign Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head, MD, by relocating 
all Weapons and Armaments Research, Development & Acquisition, and Test 
& Evaluation, except gun/ammo, underwater weapons, and energetic 
materials, to Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake, CA.
    Realign Naval Air Station Patuxent River, MD, by relocating all 
Weapons and Armaments Research, Development & Acquisition, and Test & 
Evaluation, except the Program Executive Office and Program Management 
Offices in Naval Air Systems Command, to Naval Air Weapons Station 
China Lake, CA.
    Realign Naval Base Ventura County, Point Mugu, CA, by relocating 
all Weapons and Armaments Research, Development & Acquisition, and Test 
& Evaluation to Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake, CA.
    Realign Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach, CA, by relocating all 
Weapons and Armaments Research, Development & Acquisition, and Test & 
Evaluation, except underwater weapons and energetic materials, to Naval 
Air Weapons Station China Lake, CA.
    Realign Naval Surface Warfare Center, Yorktown, VA, by relocating 
all Weapons and Armaments Research, Development & Acquisition, and Test 
& Evaluation to Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head, MD.
    Realign Naval Base Ventura County, Port Hueneme, CA, by relocating 
all Weapons and Armaments Research, Development & Acquisition, and Test 
& Evaluation, except weapon system integration, to Naval Air Weapons 
Station China Lake, CA.
    Realign Fleet Combat Training Center, CA (Port Hueneme Detachment, 
San Diego, CA), by relocating all Weapons and Armaments weapon system 
integration Research, Development & Acquisition, and Test & Evaluation 
to Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren, VA.
    Realign Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren, VA, by relocating 
all Weapons & Armaments Research, Development & Acquisition, and Test & 
Evaluation, except guns/ammo and weapon systems integration to Naval 
Air Weapons Station China Lake, CA.
Create an Integrated Weapons & Armaments Specialty Site for Guns and 
Ammunition
    Recommendation: Realign the Adelphi Laboratory Center, MD, by 
relocating gun and ammunition Research and Development & Acquisition to 
Picatinny Arsenal, NJ.
    Realign Naval Surface Warfare Center Division Crane, IN, by 
relocating gun and ammunition Research and Development & Acquisition to 
Picatinny Arsenal, NJ.
    Realign the Fallbrook, CA, detachment of Naval Surface Warfare 
Center Division Crane, IN, by relocating gun and ammunition Research 
and Development & Acquisition to Picatinny Arsenal, NJ.
    Realign Naval Surface Warfare Center Division Dahlgren, VA, by 
relocating gun and Ammunition Research and Development & Acquisition to 
Picatinny Arsenal, NJ.
    Realign the Louisville, KY, detachment of Naval Surface Warfare 
Center Division Port Hueneme, CA, by relocating gun and ammunition 
Research and Development & Acquisition to Picatinny Arsenal, NJ.
    Realign Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division China Lake, CA, 
by relocating gun and ammunition Research and Development & Acquisition 
to Picatinny Arsenal, NJ.
    Realign Naval Surface Warfare Center Division Indian Head, MD, by 
relocating gun and ammunition Research and Development & Acquisition to 
Picatinny Arsenal, NJ.
    Realign Naval Surface Warfare Center Division Earle, NJ, by 
relocating weapon and armament packaging Research and Development & 
Acquisition to Picatinny Arsenal, NJ.
Consolidate Maritime C4ISR Research, Development & Acquisition, Test & 
Evaluation
    Recommendation: Realign Washington Navy Yard, DC, by 
disestablishing the Space Warfare Systems Center Charleston, SC, 
detachment Washington Navy Yard and assign functions to the new Space 
Warfare Systems Command Atlantic Naval Amphibious Base, Little Creek, 
VA.
    Realign Naval Station, Norfolk, VA, by disestablishing the Space 
Warfare Systems Center Norfolk, VA, and the Space Warfare Systems 
Center Charleston, SC, detachment Norfolk, VA, and assign functions to 
the new Space Warfare Systems Command Atlantic Naval Amphibious Base, 
Little Creek, VA.
    Realign Naval Weapons Station Charleston, SC, as follows: Relocate

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Surface Maritime Sensors, Electronic Warfare, and Electronics Research, 
Development & Acquisition, and Test & Evaluation of the Space Warfare 
Center to Naval Surface Warfare Center Division, Dahlgren, VA; relocate 
Subsurface Maritime Sensors, Electronic Warfare, and Electronics 
Research, Development & Acquisition, and Test & Evaluation of the Space 
Warfare Center to Naval Station Newport, RI; and relocate the Command 
Structure of the Space Warfare Center to Naval Amphibious Base, Little 
Creek, VA, and consolidate it with billets from Space Warfare Systems 
Command San Diego to create the Space Warfare Systems Command Atlantic, 
Naval Amphibious Base, Little Creek, VA. The remaining Maritime 
Information Systems Research, Development & Acquisition, and Test & 
Evaluation functions at Naval Weapons Station Charleston, SC, are 
assigned to Space Warfare Systems Command Atlantic, Naval Amphibious 
Base, Little Creek, VA.
    Realign Naval Base Ventura County, CA, Naval Surface Warfare Center 
Division, Dahlgren, VA, and Naval Station Newport, RI, by relocating 
Maritime Information Systems Research, Development & Acquisition, and 
Test & Evaluation to Naval Submarine Base Point Loma, San Diego, CA, 
and consolidating with the Space Warfare Center to create the new Space 
Warfare Systems Command Pacific, Naval Submarine Base Point Loma, San 
Diego, CA.
    Realign Naval Submarine Base Point Loma, San Diego, CA, as follows: 
Relocate Surface Maritime Sensors, Electronic Warfare, and Electronics 
Research, Development & Acquisition, and Test & Evaluation of the Space 
Warfare Center to Naval Surface Warfare Center Division, Dahlgren, VA; 
relocate Subsurface Maritime Sensors, Electronic Warfare, and 
Electronics Research, Development & Acquisition, and Test & Evaluation 
of the Space Warfare Center to Naval Station Newport, RI; disestablish 
Space Warfare Systems Center Norfolk, VA, detachment San Diego, CA, and 
assign functions to the new Space Warfare Systems Command Pacific, 
Naval Submarine Base Point Loma, San Diego, CA; disestablish Naval 
Center for Tactical Systems Interoperability, San Diego, CA, and assign 
functions to the new Space Warfare Systems Command Pacific, Naval 
Submarine Base Point Loma, San Diego, CA; and disestablish Space 
Warfare Systems Command San Diego, CA, detachment Norfolk, VA, and 
assign functions to the new Space Warfare Systems Command Atlantic, 
Naval Amphibious Base, Little Creek, VA.
    Realign Naval Air Station Patuxent River, MD, by relocating 
Subsurface Maritime Sensors, Electronic Warfare, and Electronics 
Research, Development & Acquisition, and Test & Evaluation of the Naval 
Air Warfare Center, Aircraft Division to Naval Station Newport, RI.
    Realign Naval Air Station Jacksonville, FL, by disestablishing the 
Space Warfare Systems Center Charleston, SC, detachment Jacksonville, 
FL.
    Realign Naval Air Station Pensacola, FL, by relocating the Space 
Warfare Systems Center Charleston, SC, detachment Pensacola, FL, to 
Naval Weapons Station Charleston, SC.
    Realign Naval Weapons Station Yorktown, VA, by relocating the Space 
Warfare Systems Center Charleston, SC, detachment Yorktown, VA, to 
Naval Station Norfolk, VA, and consolidating it into the new Space 
Warfare Systems Command Atlantic detachment, Naval Station Norfolk, VA.
Navy Sensors, Electronic Warfare, and Electronics Research, Development 
& Acquisition, Test & Evaluation
    Recommendation: Realign Naval Air Warfare Center, Weapons Division, 
Point Mugu, CA. Relocate the Sensors, Electronic Warfare (EW), and 
Electronics Research, Development, Acquisition, Test & Evaluation 
(RDAT&E) functions to Naval Air Warfare Center, Weapons Division, China 
Lake, CA.
Consolidate Air and Space C4ISR Research, Development & Acquisition, 
Test & Evaluation
    Recommendation: Realign Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH, 
Maxwell Air Force Base, AL, and Lackland Air Force Base, TX, by 
relocating Air & Space Information Systems Research and Development & 
Acquisition to Hanscom Air Force Base, MA. Realign Eglin Air Force 
Base, FL, by relocating Air & Space Sensors, Electronic Warfare & 
Electronics and Information Systems Test & Evaluation to Edwards Air 
Force Base, CA.

B. Previous Federal Register References

    1. 56 FR 15184, April 15, 1991: Recommended Base Closures and 
Realignments.
    2. 58 FR 14002, March 15, 1993: Recommended Base Closures and 
Realignments.
    3. 60 FR 11414, March 1, 1995: Notice of recommended Base Closures 
and Realignments.
    4. 59 FR 63769, December 9, 1994: Final selection criteria.
    5. 68 FR 74221, December 23, 2003: Draft selection criteria and 
request for comments.
    6. 69 FR 3335, January 23, 2004: Extend comment period on draft 
selection criteria.
    7. 69 FR 6948, February 12, 2004: Final Selection Criteria.

    Dated: May 12, 2005.
L.M. Bynum,
Alternate OSD Federal Register Liaison Officer, Department of Defense.
[FR Doc. 05-9749 Filed 5-13-05; 12:00 pm]
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