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2005 BRAC - US Military Base Realignment and Closure Process

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The directory below and news summary provides website links and contacts for the community economic development organizations which face the challenge of redeveloping for alternate use the military installations which will be closed or scaled back as part of the 2005 BRAC - base realignment and closure - process.

Some communities may also face the challenge of rapid growth as missions are consolidated in new locations, whether as relocations or as joint use with other services, or because of redeployments of forces formerly based overseas.

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We want to make it easy to find the BRAC 2005 communities and relevant information and contacts around the United States because these may be potential business locations of interest for capital investment projects for our many daily visitors.

 

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September 8 - The BRAC Commission sent their recommendations to President Bush as expected, after excluding a change in Connecticut which is under a judicial order and appeal process.  Other legal challenges to the proposed changes have not yet been successful, including attempts to get the US Supreme Court to intervene in the recommendations. Various states tried to get courts to block the recommendations, particularly for the Monmouth NJ base closure and various Air National Guard changes, generally on the premise that such changes require prior review and approval by the state governors.
August 29, 2005 Hurricane Katrina affected some of the Gulf Coast locations.  It is unclear whether this will affect the recent Commission recommendations, notably in the case of the Naval Support Activity in New Orleans and decisions to close various Gulf Coast ports or realign many National Guard operations which support disaster situations such as this. Refer to the BRAC Commission website for current details of their decisions.  The purpose of the listings below is to highlight the economic development organizations in the affected areas as this process moves beyond their realignment and closure recommendations, and as affected areas face the challenge of redeveloping and attracting new business investment.
August 26, 2005 - The BRAC Commission, during final deliberations and markup votes, has already voted on several changes to the Pentagon base closure and realignment recommendations.  Their final report to President Bush and Congress with all their recommendations may not be issued until early September, for presidential approval or rejection by September 23, followed by Congressional review until .  They have already approved many of the Pentagon recommendations as expected, including some controversial proposals:
  •  Close Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington DC in favor of a new joint Walter Reed medical facility in Bethesda MD near the National Institute of Health, with some operations moving to Fort Belvoir in northern Virginia
  •  Close San Antonio Medical Center in favor of joint operations there
  •  Close Fort Gillem and Fort McPherson in Georgia
  •  Close Fort Monroe in Virginia
  •  Close Army Garrison Selfridge in Michigan
  •  Close Fort Monmouth in New Jersey , moving C4ISR to Aberdeen MD
  •  Close Marine Corps Reserve Support Center Kansas City, Missouri
  •  Close Ingleside Texas Naval Station and realign NAS Corpus Christi
  •  Close Naval Station Pascagoula, Mississippi
  •  Close Onizuka Air Force Station in California
  •  Realign Langley AFB in Virginia and Lackland AFB in Texas
  •  Close (consolidate) many small Army Reserve and National Guard facilities in favor of joint facilities and relocation of operations as proposed.  There are some legal challenges to the BRAC Commission authority to close National Guard bases (especially Air) without the prior approval of the state governors involved.
  •  Close most leased office space in northern Virginia and other locations in favor of relocation of operations to more secure military base locations, generally but not always in the same region or travel to work area.  This is clearly going to open up a lot of leased space in northern Virginia as implementation moves forward.
The BRAC Commission has also chosen to recommend changes to the Pentagon proposals, which as reported so far include :
  •  Not close Cannon Air Force Base in Clovis New Mexico - given the obvious economic impact on the community.  This action still removes the planes as planned and basically leaves it as a warm base which needs to have some other mission assigned to it, or else it will close in 2010.  It therefore remains at risk.
  •  Not close Ellsworth Air Force Base in Rapid City, South Dakota
  •  Not close Red River Army Depot in New Boston, Texas
  •  Not close Hawthorne Army Depot in Nevada
  •  Not close Portsmouth Naval Shipyard at Kittery, Maine
  •  Not close Submarine Base New London , Connecticut
  •  Close (not realigning) Naval Air Station Brunswick, Maine
  •  Not close the jet training base in Oceana, Virginia - with conditions to resolve serious encroachment safety issues soon - otherwise it may yet close, with review of the viability of relocation to Cecil Field in Jacksonville, Florida as one option
  •  Not relocate the night vision lab at Fort Belvoir, Virginia to Aberdeen MD
  •  Not close the Naval Support Activity in New Orleans, Louisiana - with conditions
  •  Not close the Broadway Complex in San Diego, California - with conditions
  •  Not close the Naval Support Activity in Corona, California
  •  Close the Galena Alaska Forward Operating Location
  •  Not realign Eielson Air Force Base in Alaska into a "warm base"
  •  Not close the 26 DFAS (Defense Finance & Accounting Services) locations down to 3, but rather to 5, with Limestone ME, Rome NY, and Cleveland OH gaining along with Indianapolis IN and Columbus OH, while Denver DFAS is to be closed
  •  Create a joint medical command HQ in the national capital region by consolidating operations from 3 sites (Potomac Annex, Fort Bolling, and VA leased space)
Note that it is not the role of this website or page to track all details and developments of the BRAC process, although we try to maintain timely information for quick reference about the affected areas and local economic development organizations which may be involved.  The directory below identifies many such local organizations and contacts.  For other state and local contacts, refer to our Invest USA directory or directory of governors. Our focus is to make it easier to find and reach relevant economic development contacts in the affected areas, and share information about communities affected in previous BRAC rounds, since the executives and professionals we serve may have interest in the potential redevelopment plans and promotional efforts of the affected communities.  In this context, we can help such communities to call attention to their development plans after BRAC.
Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission (2005 BRAC) website : www.brac.gov

Their "e-library" provides access to publicly available documents, such as the justification provided by the Department of Defense for the proposed BRAC changes, and the many subsequent community presentations in opposition to the proposed changes, and BRAC Commission staff analysis and recommendations.

The BRAC Commission website also published their schedule for:

Note that C-SPAN2 television has broadcast many of the BRAC meetings, and also has timely information available about the BRAC process through their website.

May 13, 2005 - The BRAC base realignment and closure list has now been released, and the links above are to sources of information about the affected communities.  If you contact economic development organizations or service providers in this directory, please tell them how you found them since it is our objective to be helpful as they face this transition.

The links below scroll down to information about BRAC changes by region or state.  The major 2005 changes (defined for our own purposes as affecting more than 100 jobs in a location) have been added to our list of prior BRAC changes below, along with the local economic development websites and contacts.  We usually don't list small changes (under 100 net direct jobs gained or lost).  Refer to our Invest USA directory for quick reference about contacts in many other US locations, or our global Contacts directories.

 Graphic and data illustrating the impact of BRAC changes by state.

The report by the US Department of Defense on the BRAC 2005 impact by state (PDF) provides the official summary of proposed job gains and losses for each location, but does not elaborate on the rationale or details of the base closure or realignment proposals.

We help communities through their economic development transitions by helping to attract new business investment projects in support of their recovery plans and growth strategies.

Many former military locations are also listed in our Foreign Trade Zones directory.

BRAC 2005 is quite different from earlier ones.  It was deliberately designed to minimize political influence and focus on the future needs of the military.  The independent BRAC commission can recommend changes during its' brief tenure in this long process, but the 85% approval level of past BRAC rounds is likely to be even higher this time.  There will be changes, but clearly most areas should not expect them.

Lobbying against the proposals, although always tempting, may well prove to be a waste of time and resources.  Areas facing losses need to already work to replace whatever is being lost.  The BRAC Commission hearings have certainly turned up flaws in some of the data and analysis behind closure and realignment recommendations, as well as the omission of important considerations about some of the locations, so there may well be some revisions, but this is not new since the same was true in the data and analysis of past rounds.

One specific area in which the BRAC Commission has expressed concern about the recommendations is the many closure or relocation changes to Air National Guard units.

Although virtually all areas tried to "save" their bases from closure or realignment job losses, lobbying efforts this time were likely by design to be even more difficult and less productive than in past BRAC rounds.  It is certainly not a "rubber stamp" review process, but the odds were heavily against most changes.

Areas facing closure or realignment losses should already be working on their alternative use strategies and planning for any environmental site remediation, redevelopment assistance, early transfer negotiations, and development strategies for a more successful transition.  This is a lengthy process, and delays just postpone local economic recovery.

US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld reported and published his recommendations to the defense committees in Congress and the Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission on May 13, 2005.  Many military installations nationwide will be affected, because the size and needs of the military have changed dramatically in recent decades.

Although the subsequent review and approval process for these recommendations will continue for several months (until November 7, 2005) as the Commission, Congress, and President Bush review the BRAC list of recommendations, the expectation is that any community with a base on that list in May can reliably expect the change recommended by Secretary Rumsfeld to occur.  This should be confirmed by September 23, 2005, when President Bush must communicate his approval or disapproval of the recommendations.

This process has already been well-defined and in progress for a long time to decide which military installations are now surplus to future needs.  Many of the potentially affected communities have been working hard to try to avert closure of their local base, but must now realistically develop viable plans for alternate uses and implement them as fast as possible.

Our GUIDE Network Survey, Area Profile and many other services can also summarize the progress of redevelopment efforts, and highlight the benefits of these business locations.  Our regional and state directories, as shown in the Invest USA section, can combine with other services to help market these communities to business executives and professional advisors who may value them as attractive locations for their business investment projects.

Suggestions are welcome for additions or corrections to this directory.

 

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Red River Commerce Park

FTZ No. 258 in the Texarkana TX AR MSA

Contact : Duane Lavery  903-223-9841

Recent Ad

The Red River Commerce Park is one of many examples of base redevelopment initiatives after the 1990's BRAC rounds, which already affected many communities.

It is located at the Red River Army Depot, which has some major logistics, industrial, and other global force support missions recommended for closure in BRAC 2005, and adjacent to the Lone Star Army Ammunition plant, another planned closure.

Such areas are far ahead of communities which will face redevelopment challenges in the wake of the 2005 BRAC process.

We can highlight both types of areas, as both may be of interest to potential investors in former military base locations.  Unless otherwise specified, however, the focus of this page will be to highlight communities affected by the 2005 BRAC round.

Fayetteville Area Economic Development Corp.

Fayetteville, North Carolina Area Survey

Contact : Phyllis M. Owens  910-483-3408

Ad Recall - recent ads for Fayetteville NC

This area is home to Fort Bragg and Pope Air Force Base.

Both face major BRAC realignments involving thousands of people who will need the support of this community during that transition process, as is their long tradition. 

This may also create some new business opportunities in the area.

Even though the net impact in terms of direct total military, civilian, and contract jobs as reported in the Defense recommendations to the BRAC Commission will be a small gain in jobs in this area, the reality is that this will affect thousands of individuals in the area.
Associations and information sources for the 2005 BRAC process Scope Website Contact Phone
2005 Base Realignment and Closure Commission - met starting May 3 in preparation for the May 13 BRAC list announcement by Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld.  The Commission members who will review that list were announced in March 2005 - Anthony Principi leads it as chairman.  They will give their recommendations to President Bush in September after regional hearings and visits to the affected bases.  Their final list of recommendations becomes final unless President Bush or Congress takes action to reject their list in whole, so even fewer changes than in the past (85% approval rate) are expected even though the Commission has the authority to make changes. National - US www.brac.gov

see also DefenseLINK official website as below

   
U.S. Department of Defense, DefenseLINK official website, including news related to force transformation initiatives such as the 2005 BRAC process.  The BRAC process at this point, however, is now in the hands of the BRAC Commission, with Defense supporting their review of the proposed changes. Global

http://www.defenselink.mil/     BRAC page

BRAC 2005 impact by state (PDF)

Army BRAC   Navy BRAC   Air Force BRAC

   
U.S. Department of Defense, Office of Economic Adjustment - manages and directs the Defense Economic Adjustment Program to assist affected communities for base expansions, closures or realignments and administers a Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) program for cooperative land use planning in the areas surrounding military installations.  Their work also involves growth, as when the addition or consolidation of missions at a location overwhelms a small community (needs for housing, schools, etc. for many new residents) National - US www.oea.gov

Note the presentations in their News section

 

The OEA will have the lead role to work with

communities in transition once the BRAC

Commission recommendations are approved.

Affected areas should start planning for this,

if they haven't done so already.

   
Overseas Basing Commission - this independent panel established by Congress in May 2004 issued their initial report on May 9. 2005 (final due August 15) recommending some changes to the Integrated Global Presence and Basing Strategy (IGPBS), such as to slow down the repositioning of overseas forces while adequate preparations are made to do it properly.  Concerns included quality of life issues during and after any such military family relocations from the first day to the last day of such transitions.  There was also concern about foreign status of forces agreements for any proposed new base locations, interagency review and participation in the planning process for the new overseas basing structure, and congressional oversight of global re-posturing - including the political and military to military collaboration aspects of repositioning forces, For example, NATO integration at operational levels for training missions is important, rather than just meetings among the generals and political leaders.  This is a factor in collaboration and integrated performance among commanders in the field. Global www.obc.gov

 

http://www.obc.gov/reports.asp

May 9, 2005 Summary of Conclusions (PDF)

Specific recommendations on May 9 involved

  •  Futenma Marine Corps Air Station, Okinawa
  •  Kadena Air Force Base, Okinawa, Japan
  •  Iwakuni Marine Air Corps Station, Japan
  •  general suggestions for European forces
  •  comments about Africa and Latin America

May 9. 2005 Report to Congress (93 page PDF)

   
Department of Defense Environmental Cleanup - Cleanup Office - Defense Environmental Restoration Program - including information on use of the Early Transfer Authority (ETA) to dispose of surplus property, as well as statutory and regulatory environmental compliance information and Records of Decision about cleanup progress at their sites National - US http://www.dtic.mil/envirodod/    

NAID/ADC National Association of Installation Developers - An Association of Defense Communities - an association for economic development officials and professional service providers associated with the development and support of active military base communities as well as the base realignment and closure process such as BRAC 2005.  Note their annual conference June 4-7, 2005 in Denver, Colorado.  Useful information about past BRAC experiences by communities and the process of planning for redevelopment is on their website.

National - US www.defensecommunities.org

formerly : www.naid.org

   
The Air Force Association - also monitoring and reporting on BRAC news from the perspective of Air Force members, families, and their communities Global

www.afa.org

Guide to Air Force Installations Worldwide May 2005

   
U.S. Army Base Realignment & Closure (BRAC) - includes information on the 1995 and prior Army base changes and news about the latest round National - US

http://www.hqda.army.mil/acsimweb/brac/braco.htm

Commentary - Army PR on BRAC 2005 process

   
U.S. Army Installation Management Agency (IMA) Global http://www.ima.army.mil    
Air Force Real Property Agency (AFRPA) Global http://www.afrpa.hq.af.mil   BRAC sites    
Naval Facilities Engineering Command Global

https://portal.navfac.navy.mil

http://navfac.navy.mil/brc

   
Association of the US Army - association of service members, with news from their perspective about base community changes, relocation, etc. Global www.ausa.org    
National Military Family Association - useful links and insights from the perspective of families facing BRAC family relocation and redeployment issues Global

www.nmfa.org

Statement to Overseas Basing Commission 9/2/04

   
Stars & Stripes - news for military service members Global www.estripes.com/    
GovExec.com - Government Executive Magazine - includes coverage of defense issues such as the BRAC process for government officials National - US www.govexec.com    
Business Executives for National Security - a corporate leadership perspective on defense issues, including the 2005 and earlier BRAC developments Global

www.bens.org   BRAC overview

BRAC lessons for communities

   
National Governors Association - NGA Center for Best Practices - background information from the state government perspective about the BRAC process National - US www.nga.org   BRAC background briefings    
US Department of Energy - there have been proposals again, not yet approved or close to approval, to consolidate some of the national laboratories, or at least those aspects of their operations which involve the production or storage of nuclear materials such as warheads or plutonium. National - US

Sites in CA, NM, NV, TX, SC, TN

Secretary of Energy Advisory Board :

http://www.seab.doe.gov

   
Professional service providers        
Communities affected by BRAC 2005 may also find our general directory of service providers for the economic development profession to be helpful for quick reference, or please contact us for referrals for specific needs   Refer also to our list of Project Management resources, including design, engineering, construction, and environmental risk, insurance and remediation service providers.  For example, former military base locations often face unique and very costly environmental site remediation challenges, but there are well-established processes to address such issues properly because these issues already affected many prior BRAC base closures.    
BearingPoint - Military Installation Transformation Solutions - helping military bases through the property disposition process as a service to the Defense Department National - US www.bearingpoint.com

Search their website for BRAC to find relevant content

Mark Frye 210-270-1633

 

ARMS Defense Conversion - Armament Retooling & Manufacturing Support - this company provides manufacturing and office space at 9 locations in California, Iowa, Mississippi, Missouri, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia where some military installations became surplus to needs in the BRAC round a decade ago National - US www.openterprise.com   800-797-7483
PricewaterhouseCoopers - National Economic Consulting (NEC) - local economic impact studies for public policy choices, and the impact of private sector choices on the economy, based at the Washington National Tax Service office (WNTS) of PwC National - US Economic Impact Analysis service

This is just one of many services NEC offers

Peter Merrill 202-414-1000
Rumora Enterprises, Tampa FL Prior BRAC redevelopment experience www.rumora-enterprises.com Tom Rumora 813-523-9482
Alexander’s Mobility Services - relocation specialist   www.bracmobility.com Dave Pinto 410-935-7364
Community economic development organizations affected by BRAC 2005 or earlier BRAC changes Scope, Maps Website Contact Phone
Some communities may benefit from the BRAC 2005 realignment as missions are consolidated at new locations, causing growth in their bases and related potential for increased business activity to support such bases.  This directory is not limited to areas which are losing military bases in whole or in part.  This website does not list every proposed change.

The focus is on major changes, involving many jobs.

The website links are for local economic development.

We may also highlight communities which are still redeveloping areas affected by the BRAC rounds of the early 1990's.

   

United States - Northeast Region    ( maps )

Regional economic development and professional services contacts directory

Scope, Maps Website

Estimated BRAC 2005 regional job loss = 15,513

Contact Phone
Connecticut  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 8586

Connecticut Economic Resource Center

Stephen Mackenzie

860-571-6204

 
Naval Submarine Base New London - BRAC 1993 left this open after a realignment recommendation, but it is now recommended for closure in BRAC 2005 despite expected Congressional opposition, as already expressed by the initial reaction of the chairman of the Armed Services Committee, Duncan Hunter (R - CA) and others to the BRAC list.  Estimated net loss of 8,460 direct jobs - plus a major indirect impact.

Aug 24, 2005 - BRAC Commission voted to recommend leaving the submarine base open, instead of closure

New London CT

Southeastern Connecticut Enterprise Region

City of New London

Town of Waterford

City of Groton   

Town of Groton

Chamber of Commerce of Eastern CT

John Markowicz 860-437-4659
Maine  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 6938

Maine Dept of Economic & Community Development

Jack Cashman

(in Augusta)

207-624-9800
Naval Shipyard Portsmouth - 2005 closure, estimated net loss of 4510 direct jobs, located on the New Hampshire border

Aug 24, 2005 - BRAC Commission voted to recommend leaving the shipyard open, instead of closure

Kittery ME 03904

Maine & Company (in Portland)

see New Hampshire listings below, including Pease

Joe Wischerath 207-871-0234
Naval Air Station Brunswick - BRAC 2005 realignment, estimated net loss of 2420 jobs out of a reported 4863 military and civilian personnel as the second largest employer in Maine - was added to the list of bases for closure review by the 2005 BRAC Commission on July 19, 2005

Aug 24, 2005 - BRAC Commission voted to recommend closure instead of realignment

Brunswick ME

Naval Air Station Brunswick - BRAC site

Southern Midcoast Maine Chamber - BRAC report

Brunswick Economic Development Corporation

Town of Brunswick

 

 

Mathew Eddy

 

207-725-8797

207-721-0793

Bangor International Airport Air Guard Station - 2005 BRAC gain of 240 jobs Bangor ME 04401

Eastern Maine Development Corp.

City of Bangor Community & Economic Development

David Cole

Rodney McKay

207-942-6389

207-945-4400

Defense Finance and Accounting Service, Limestone - 2005 BRAC closure, estimated net loss of 241 jobs

August 25, 2005 BRAC Commission voted to recommend keeping DFAS Limestone Maine open and grow it to 600 jobs as 26 DFAS locations are consolidated to 5

Limestone ME 04750

Limestone Development Foundation

Loring Development Authority

Maureen Akerson

Carl Flora

207-325-4025

207-328-7005

Loring Air Force base was a BRAC 1991 closure.  Loring Development Authority of Maine - Loring Commerce Center Limestone ME 04750 www.loring.org    
Massachusetts  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job gain = 491

Massachusetts Office of Business Development

Scott Brown 617-727-3206
Hanscom  Air Force Base - gain of 1104 jobs near Lexington MA

August 25 2005 the BRAC Commission did not agree with some of the proposed relocations to Hanscom

  Lexington Chamber of Commerce   781-862-2480
Otis Air Guard Base - 2005 closure, loss of 505 jobs Buzzards Bay MA 02542

Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce

Cape Cod Commision

 

 

508-362-3828

Maloney US Army Reserve Center - 2005 closure, loss of 155 jobs        
Navy and Marine Corps Reserve Center - BRAC 1993 closure Lawrence MA      
Naval Reserve Center - BRAC 1993 closure Chicopee MA      
Naval Reserve Center - BRAC 1993 closure Quincy MA      
Naval Air Station - 1995 BRAC closure after being left open by BRAC 1993 against closure recommendation South Weymouth, MA      
Fort Devens in Massachusetts was a BRAC closure in 1991 after realignment in 1988.  The buildings and land from the Devens base closure were acquired by the state and redeveloped through MassDevelopment and marketed in cooperation with the corporate real estate firm NAI Hunneman in Boston Devens MA 01434

MassDevelopment

Devens Community

Devens Enterprise Commission

www.naihunneman.com

Victor Norman 978-772-6340
Army Material Tech Lab - BRAC 1988 closure        
New Hampshire  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job gain = 4

New Hampshire Business Resource Center

Roy Duddy 603-271-2591
See Portsmouth Naval Shipyard (Maine border, above)  

Public Service of New Hampshire

City of Portsmouth

Patrick McDermott

Nancy Carmer

603-634-2386

603-431-2006

Pease Air Force Base in New Hampshire was closed by BRAC in 1988, and redeveloped as Pease International Tradeport; Pease Development Authority   www.peasedev.org

cited as a success story by Secretary Rumsfeld

and various news media reports on BRAC 2005

  800-735-2964
New York  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 1071

Empire State Development Corp

  518-292-5373
Niagara Falls International Airport Air Guard Station - 2005 BRAC closure 642 jobs   Buffalo Niagara Enterprise   716-842-1357
Defense Finance and Accounting Service, Rome - 2005 BRAC closure, 290 jobs

August 25, 2005 BRAC Commission voted to recommend keeping DFAS Rome New York open and grow it to 1000 jobs as 26 DFAS locations are consolidated to 5

Rome NY 13440 Mohawk Valley Edge   800-765-4990
Rome Laboratory - BRAC 2005 realignment, loss of 137 jobs Rome NY 13440 Mohawk Valley Edge   800-765-4990
Griffiss Air Force Base - BRAC 1993 realignment Rome NY 13440 Mohawk Valley Edge   800-765-4990
United States Military Academy - 2005 BRAC gain 264 jobs   Hudson Valley Economic Development Corp.   845-220-2244
Fort Totten / Pyle, 2005 BRAC realignment, loss of 149 jobs        
Naval Station Brooklyn - BRAC 1988 closure Brooklyn NY      
Naval Station Staten Island - BRAC 1993 closure Staten Island NY      
Roslyn Air Guard Station - BRAC 1995 closure, Nassau County, Long Island Roslyn NY 11576      
Plattsburgh Air Force Base was a BRAC 1993 closure - Plattsburgh Airbase Redevelopment Corp - PARC Plattsburgh NY 12903

Plattsburgh Airbase Redevelopment Corp - PARC

City of Plattsburgh

  518-561-0232
Seneca Army Depot - BRAC 1995 closure Romulus NY 14541      
Rhode Island - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job gain = 531

Rhode Island Economic Development

  401-277-2601
Southeastern New England Defense-Industry Alliance - SENEDIA - maintains an informative website including BRAC issues related to their interests and lobbying efforts on behalf of the naval operations in Newport County, Rhode Island and the region   www.senedia.org    
Naval Station Newport - estimated 533 jobs gained in BRAC 2005  

see above

Newport County Chamber of Commerce

   
Vermont  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job gain = 56

Vermont Department of Economic Development

  802-828-5236
Burlington International Airport Air Guard Station - 56 jobs gain in 2005   Greater Burlington Industrial Corporation - FTZ No. 55.   802-862-5726
United States - Mid Atlantic Region   ( maps )

Regional economic development and professional services contacts directory

  Website

Estimated BRAC 2005 regional job loss = 4977

Contact Phone
Delaware   

Estimated net 2005 direct job gain = 91

Delaware Economic Development Office

Judy McKinney-Cherry 302-739-4271
New Castle County Airport Air Guard Station - 148 jobs net loss in BRAC 2005 realignment, located near Wilmington DE New Castle DE 19720 New Castle County Economic Development Corp. Dale Ervin 302-368-5700
Dover Air Force Base - 248 jobs net gain in BRAC 2005 Dover AFB, DE 19902 Central Delaware Economic Development Council Dan Wolfensberger 302-678-3028
District of Columbia - Washington DC   Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 6496    
Walter Reed Army Medical Center - 5630 net jobs loss in BRAC 2005 realignment, apparently relocating some operations and staff from this northern Washington DC location near Maryland to Bethesda near the NIH.

August 25, 2005 the BRAC Commission voted to approve the closure of Walter Reed in favor of a new facility in Bethesda

 

Greater Washington Initiative

- see also Greater Washington Board of Trade

Washington DC Marketing Center

DC Chamber of Commerce

Tim Priest

Robert Peck

 

202-857-5986

202-857-5910

202-638-7333

202-347-7201

Bolling Air Force Base - net loss of 399 jobs in BRAC 2005 realignment, located across the Potomac from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in southwest D.C.   see above    
Naval District Washington - 363 net jobs loss in BRAC 2005 realignment   see above    
Maryland  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job gain = 9293

Maryland Dept of Business & Economic Development

Aris Melissaratos 410-767-6300
Fort Meade - BRAC 2005 gain of 5361 jobs        
Fort Meade was a BRAC 1988 realignment        
Andrews Air Force Base - BRAC 2005 net gain of 400 jobs        
Aberdeen Proving Grounds - BRAC 2005 net gain of 2176 jobs        
Fort Detrick - BRAC 2005 net gain of 104 jobs        
National Naval Medical Center Bethesda - BRAC 2005 net gain of 1889 jobs        
Fort Lewis - BRAC 2005 realignment loss of 164 jobs        
Martin State Airport Air Guard Station - BRAC 2005 realignment net loss of 123 jobs        
Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head - 2005 BRAC realignment, net loss of 95 jobs        
Naval Ordnance Station Indian Head - 1991 BRAC realignment, not closure Indian Head MD      
NESEC, St. Inigoes - 1993 BRAC closure        
Fort Holabird - BRAC 1995 closure after BRAC 1988 realignment        
Naval Surface Weapons Center, Dahlgren Division Detachment - BRAC 1995 closure - after NSWC White Oak realignment in BRAC 1991 and 1993 White Oak MD      
Fort Ritchie - BRAC 1995 closure        
New Jersey  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 3760

New Jersey Economic Development Authority

Caren Franzini 609-292-1800
Fort Monmouth - 2005 BRAC closure with loss of 5272 jobs

August 24, 2005 - The BRAC Commission has now voted to approve this recommendation

Fort Monmouth NJ 07703 Monmouth County Dept of Economic Development Bea Duffy 732-431-7470
Fort Monmouth was a BRAC 1988 realignment and a BRAC 1991 realignment Fort Monmouth NJ 07703 see above    
Naval Weapons Station Earle - 205 BRAC realignment with net loss of 61 jobs Colts Neck NJ 07722      
Picatinny Arsenal - 2005 BRAC gain of 693 jobs, located in Morris County north of I-80 Dover NJ 07801      
Atlantic City International Airport Air Guard Station - BRAC 2005 net gain of 269 jobs Atlantic City, NJ 08234      
Fort Dix - 2005 BRAC gain of 353 jobs - located near Wrightstown, not far from Trenton NJ, west of Lakehurst Wrightstown NJ 08562      
Fort Dix - was a BRAC 1988 realignment (not closure as recommended) and BRAC 1995 realignment Wrightstown NJ 08562      
McGuire Air Force Base - 2005 BRAC gain of 535 jobs - located at Fort Dix in Burlington county near Lakehurst Cookstown NJ 08511 Burlington County Dept. of Economic Development Mark Remsa 609-265-5055
McGuire Air Force Base was left open by BRAC 1993 after realignment recommendation Cookstown NJ 08511 see above    
Naval Air Engineering Station Lakehurst - 2005 BRAC realignment with net loss of 186 jobs, in Ocean County Lakehurst NJ 08733 Ocean County Department of Planning   732-929-2054
Naval Air Engineering Center Lakehurst - BRAC 1991 realignment, not closure Lakehurst NJ 08733      
Naval Air Propulsion Center Trenton - BRAC 1991 realignment, not closure Trenton NJ      
Bayonne Military Ocean Terminal, BRAC 1995 closure Bayonne NJ      
North Carolina  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 422

North Carolina Department of Commerce

Mike Smith

 

919-733-4151
Fort Bragg, BRAC 2005 gain of 4325 jobs - near Fayetteville NC (link to Area Survey) and the I-95 corridor Fort Bragg NC 28310

Fayetteville Area Economic Development Corp.

Cumberland County Business Council

North Carolina's Southeast Region

Phyllis M. Owens

910-483-3408
Pope Air Force Base, BRAC 2005 net loss of 4145 jobs in realignment - near Fayetteville NC and Fort Bragg  - the 2005 BRAC Commission on July 19, 2005 voted to also consider Pope for further reductions Pope AFB, NC 28308 see above    
Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, BRAC 2005 net loss of 4145 jobs in realignment - located in Craven county between New Bern and Morehead City Havelock NC 28532      
Marine Corps Base Camp LeJeune, BRAC 2005 net loss of 192 jobs in realignment Campe LeJeune NC 28547      
Seymore Johnson Air Force Base, BRAC net 2005 gain of 362 jobs Goldsboro NC 27531      
Army Research Office Durham, BRAC 2005 net loss of 114 jobs in realignment Durham NC      
Pennsylvania  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 1878

Pennsylvania Dept of Community & Economic Dev.

  717-720-1388
Naval Air Station Willow Grove - 2005 BRAC closure net loss of 1232 jobs        
Kelly Support Center - 2005 BRAC closure net loss 310 jobs        
Pittsburgh International Airport Air Reserve Station - BRAC 2005 loss of 322 jobs        
Pitt US Army Reserve Center - BRAC 2005 realignment, net loss of 220 jobs Corapolis      
Human Resources Support Center Northeast - BRAC 2005 realignment net loss 183 jobs        
Tobyhanna Army Depot - BRAC 2005 gain 275 jobs        
Navy Philadelphia Business Center - BRAC 2005 realignment, net loss of 63 jobs        
Naval Support Activity Philadelphia - BRAC 2005 gain 291 jobs Phladelphia PA      
Philadelphia Naval Hospital - BRAC 1988 closure Philadelphia PA      
Naval Station Philadelphia - BRAC 1991 closure Philadelphia PA      
Letterkenny Army Depot - BRAC 2005 gain of 409 jobs        
Letterkenny Army Depot - 1991 BRAC realignment, not closure and kept open rather than realigned as recommended in BRAC 1993 (instead of relocating functions to Rock Island IL)        
Defense Personnel Support Center - BRAC 1993 closure        
Marine Corps Reserve Center Johnstown - BRAC 2005 realignment net loss of 86 jobs        
Naval Air Facility Johnstown - added to the 1993 BRAC closures Johnstown PA      
Naval Air Warfare Center, Aircraft Division - BRAC 1995 closure Warminster PA      
Naval Air Development Center - BRAC 1991 realignment Warminster PA      
Virginia  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 1574

Virginia Economic Development Partnership

  804-371-8259
Leased space - various locations will apparently be closed or realigned in BRAC 2005 with a net loss of 22,925 jobs, presumably to relocate military and civilian personnel to more secure base locations.  Check BRAC reports for details.

August 25 - With a few exceptions, the BRAC Commission voted to approve relocation out of leased space in VA to specific bases such as Fort Belvoir and others for both cost and security reasons, regardless of specific site security assessments at the many leased facilities (not undertaken).

 

Arlington Economic Development

www.savethebrains.org

 

This change is likely to make considerable

office space available in Northern Virginia

as the actual relocations are implemented.

   
Fort Belvoir - BRAC 2005 net gain of 11858 jobs may include development of a new center for joint medical operations; located in Fairfax County near I-95, Newington, Springfield and Lorton

August 24, 2005 BRAC Commission voted not to relocate the night vision lab from Fort Belvoir to Aberdeen MD as planned

Fort Belvoir VA 22060 and 22150

Southeast Fairfax Development Corp.

Fairfax County EDA, Vienna

   
Fort Belvoir was a BRAC 1993 realignment Fort Belvoir VA      
Headquarters Battalion, Headquarters Marine Corps, Henderson Hall - BRAC 2005 net gain of 666 jobs        
Marine Corps Base Quantico - BRAC 2005 net gain of 3013 jobs Quantico VA 22134      
Defense Finance and Accounting Service - BRAC 2005 realignment, net loss of 408 jobs Arlington VA

Arlington Economic Development

www.savethebrains.org

   
Naval Information Systems Management Center - BRAC 1995 realignment Arlington VA      
Richmond International Airport Air Guard Station - BRAC 2005 realignment, net loss of 126 jobs Richmond VA 23250      
Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren - BRAC 2005 realignment net loss of 351 jobs in King George County Dahlgren VA 22448      
Oceana Naval Air Station - BRAC 2005 realignment net loss of 60 jobs - the 2005 BRAC Commission on July 19, 2005 voted to consider the Naval Master Jet Base for further reductions or  potential closure Virginia Beach VA 23460 City of Virginia Beach    
Naval Station Norfolk - BRAC 2005 net gain of 2807 jobs Norfolk VA 23511 Hampton Roads Economic Development Alliance    
Naval Support Activity Norfolk - BRAC 2005 net gain of 788 jobs        
Naval Aviation Depot Norfolk - BRAC 1993 closure Norfolk VA      
Fort Eustis - BRAC 2005 realignment, net loss of 2152 jobs Newport News VA 23604 Newport News or www.asite4u.org    
Fort Monroe - BRAC 2005 closure, loss of 3564 jobs

August 24, 2005 - The BRAC Commission has now voted to approve this recommendation

Fort Monroe VA 23651      
Langley Air Force Base - BRAC 2005 net gain of 749 jobs Hampton VA 23665      
Naval Weapons Station Yorktown - BRAC 2005 realignment net loss of 179 jobs Yorktown VA 23691      
Naval Shipyard Norfolk - BRAC 2005 net gain of 2036 jobs Portsmouth VA 23709      
Naval Medical Center Portsmouth - BRAC 2005 net loss of 461 jobs Portsmouth VA 23709      
Center for Naval Research - BRAC 2005 realignment, net loss of 338 jobs        
Fort Lee - BRAC 2005 net gain of 7344 jobs, near Petersburg, Hopewell and Prince George County Fort Lee VA 23801 Prince George County Dept of Economic Development    
Fort Lee was a BRAC 1995 realignment Fort Lee VA see above    
Fort Pickett - BRAC 1995 closure in Nottoway and Dinwiddie counties Blackston VA 23824      
Vint Hill Farms - 1993 BRAC closure Warrenton VA 20187      
Cameron Station - BRAC 1988 closre        
West Virginia  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 251

West Virginia Development Office

  304-558-2234
Yeager Airport Air Guard Station - 2005 BRAC realignment, net loss of 156 jobs Charleston WV 25311 City of Charleston WV    
Fairmont US Army Reserve Center - 2005 BRAC closure, net loss of 88 jobs in Marion county Fairmont WV 26554      
Naval Air Facility Martinsburg - added to the 1993 BRAC closures Martinsburg WV      
United States - Southeast Region   ( maps except Florida )

Regional economic development and professional services contacts directory

Scope, Maps Website

Estimated BRAC 2005 regional job gain = 12802

Contact Phone
Alabama  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job gain = 2664

Alabama Development Office

   
Fort Rucker - BRAC 2005 gain of 1888 jobs near Enterprise AL in Coffee and Dale counties in southeast Alabama Fort Rucker AL 36362 Southeast Alabama Regional Development Commission    
Redstone Arsenal - BRAC 2005 net gain of 1655 jobs Huntsville AL 35898

Huntsville / Madison County Chamber of Commerce

www.hsvchamber.org

Ethan Hadley 256-535-2022
Maxwell Air Force Base - BRAC 2005 realignment net loss of 1251 jobs Montgomery AL 36112 Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce    
Birmingham Armed Forces Reserve Center - BRAC 2005 realignment net loss of 305 jobs Birmingham AL 35203 Birmingham Community Development Department    
Birmingham International Airport Air Guard Station - BRAC 2005 realignment net loss of 183 jobs Birmingham AL 35212 see above    
Anniston Army Depot - 2005 BRAC gain of 1034 jobs Anniston AL 36201 Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce (Anniston)    
Anniston Army Depot - BRAC 1993 realignment Anniston AL 36201 see above    
Fort McClellan - BRAC 1995 closure - had been recommended for closure in BRAC 1991 and BRAC 1993 but was kept open Anniston AL 36205 see above    
Naval Air Station Mobile - BRAC 1993 closure Mobile AL      
Florida  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job gain = 2757

Enterprise Florida

  407-316-4600
Florida Defense Alliance - FDA - set up in 1998 to deal with BRAC interests of the state of Florida - see also Enterprise Florida Florida www.floridadefense.org    
Eglin Air Force Base - BRAC 2005 net gain of 2218 jobs.  Eglin stretches across Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and Walton counties in northwest Florida near Fort Walton Beach and Pensacola, west of Panama City between I-10 and the Gulf of Mexico beaches Eglin AFB FL 32542

Okaloosa County Economic Development Council

Florida's Great Northwest

Team Santa Rosa Economic Development Council

Pensacola Bay Area Chamber

Walton County Economic Development Council

   
Eglin Air Force Base - BRAC 1995 realignment Eglin AFB FL 32542 see above    
Naval Air Station Pensacola - BRAC 2005 realignment, net loss of 2025 jobs Pensacola FL see above    
Naval Aviation Depot Pensacola - 1993 BRAC closure Pensacola FL see above    
Naval Coastal Systems Center, Panama City FL - 1991 BRAC realignment, not closure Panama City FL

Florida's Great Northwest

Bay County Economic Development Alliance

   
Naval Air Station Jacksonville - BRAC 2005 net gain of 2025 jobs Jacksonville FL

Jacksonville Regional Development Partnership

Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce

   
Jacksonville International Airport Air Reserve Station -  - BRAC 2005 net gain of 61 jobs Jacksonville FL see above    
Naval Station Mayport  - BRAC 2005 net gain of 410 jobs Jacksonville FL 32228 see above    
Naval Air Station Cecil Field - 1993 BRAC closure Jacksonville FL 32221 see above    
Patrick Air Force Base - BRAC 2005 realignment, net loss of 195 jobs in Brevard County near Cocoa Beach Patrick AFB, FL 32925

Economic Dev. Commission of Florida's Space Coast

www.globalgateway.org

City of Cocoa

   
MacDill Air Force Base  - BRAC 2005 net gain of 101 jobs Tampa FL 33616 Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce Bea Bare 813-276-9458
MacDill Air Force Base - BRAC 1991 realignment, not closure Tampa FL 33616 see above    
Defense Finance and Accounting Service - BRAC 2005 closure net loss of 209 jobs Orlando FL Metro Orlando EDC    
Naval Training Center Orlando - 1993 BRAC closure - as had been recommended in BRAC 1991 when it was kept open instead Orlando FL see above    
Naval Air Station Key West - BRAC 1995 realignment Key West FL      
Homestead Air Force Base in Miami-Dade County - 1993 BRAC closure Homestead FL 33039 Vision Council, Homestead    
Georgia  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job gain = 7423

Georgia Department of Economic Development

  404-962-4000
Fort McPherson - BRAC 2005 closure, loss of 4141 jobs in Fulton County south of Atlanta near Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

August 24, 2005 - The BRAC Commission has now voted to approve this recommendation

Atlanta GA 30330 Fulton County Economic Development Joyce Rhodes 404-730-8072
Fort McPherson was a BRAC 1988 realignment - not closure Atlanta GA 30330 see abpve    
Naval Air Station Atlanta - BRAC 2005 closure loss of 1498 jobs Atlanta GA      
Peachtree Leases Atlanta - BRAC 2005 closure loss of 162 jobs Atlanta GA      
Fort Gillem - 2005 BRAC closure loss of 1081 jobs in Clayton county, southeast Atlanta

August 24, 2005 - The BRAC Commission has now voted to approve this recommendation

Forest Park GA 30297 Clayton County Chamber of Commerce    
Naval Supply Corps School, Athens - BRAC 2005 closure loss of 513 jobs in Clarke county east of Atlanta Athens GA      
Robins Air Force Base - BRAC 2005 gain of 749 jobs, south of Macon between I-16 and I-75 in Houston county Warner Robins GA 31098      
Dobbins Air Reserve Base - BRAC 2005 gain of 118 jobs in Cobb County near I-75 Marrietta GA 30063 Cobb County Chamber Tom Boland 770-859-2324
Fort Benning - BRAC 2005 net gain of 9839 jobs - near Columbus GA and the Alabama border south of I-85 in Muscogee and Chattahoochee counties Fort Benning, GA 31905 Greater Columbus Chamber of Commerce    
Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany - BRAC 2005 net gain of 150 jobs in Dougherty county Albany GA 31704      
Submarine Base Kings Bay - BRAC 2005 gain 3367 jobs in Camden county just north of the Florida border Kings Bay GA 31547 Camden County Joint Development Authority    
Moody Air Force Base - BRAC 2005 gain of 575 net jobs in Lowndes county - the 2005 BRAC Commission on July 19, 2005 voted not to add this to the list of bases for closure review after questioning why it wasn't being closed Valdosta GA 31699 Valdosta-Lowndes County Industrial Authority    
Moody Air Force Base was a BRAC 1991 closure recommendation, but it was kept open Valdosta GA 31699 see above    
Mississippi  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 1678

Mississippi Development Authority

  601-359-9388
Naval Station Pascagoula - BRAC 2005 closure, loss of 963 jobs in Jackson county according to the initial estimates, but with an estimated 1700 job community impact.

Aug 24, 2005 - BRAC Commission voted to recommend closure as planned even though this is a relatively new base

Pascagoula MS 39567 Jackson County Economic Development Foundation George Freeland Jr. 228-769-6263
Keesler Air Force Base - BRAC 2005 realignment, net loss of 402 jobs Biloxi MS 39534 Greater Biloxi Economic Development Foundation Adele Lyons 228-392-9741
Human Resources Support Center Southeast - BRAC 2005 realignment net loss of 148 jobs        
Mississippi Army Ammunition Plant - BRAC 2005 closure 54 jobs        
Columbus Air Force Base - BRAC 2005 gain of 107 jobs in Lowndes county Columbus MS 39705 Columbus-Lowndes Economic Development Assn. Joe Higgins 662-328-8369
US Army Recruiting Center Vicksburg - BRAC 2005 closure 28 jobs in Warren county Vicksburg MS 39180 Vicksburg-Warren County Chamber of Commerce Jimmy Heidel 601-636-1012
Key Field Air Guard Station - BRAC 2005 realignment net loss of 175 jobs Meridian MS 39307 East Mississippi Business Development Corp. Wade Jones 601-693-1306
Naval Air Station Meridian - BRAC 2005 realignment, net loss of 16 jobs Meridian MS see above    
Naval Air Station Meridian - BRAC 1993 left open after closure recommendation Meridian MS see above    
South Carolina  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job gain = 709

South Carolina Department of Commerce

  803-737-0400
Fort Jackson - 2005 BRAC net gain of 615 jobs - in Richland county Columbia SC 29223      
McEntire Air Guard Station - 2005 BRAC gain of 426 jobs near Columbia SC in Richland county Eastover SC 29044      
Shaw Air Force Base - 2005 BRAC gain of 817 net jobs near Sumter SC Shaw AFB, SC 29152 Sumter County Development Board    
South Naval Facilities Engineering Command - 2005 BRAC closure net loss of 543 jobs        
Naval Weapons Station Charleston - 2005 BRAC realignment net loss of 250 jobs Charleston SC Charleston Regional Development Alliance    
Defense Finance and Accounting Service Charleston - 2005 BRAC closure loss of 368 jobs Charleston SC see above    
Naval Station Charleston - BRAC 1993 closure Charleston SC DOD/AFIS story about Charleston redevelopment    
Charleston Naval Shipyard - BRAC 1993 closure Charleston SC see above    
Naval Hospital Charleston - closure recommended in BRAC 1993, left open Charleston SC see above    
Myrtle Beach Air Force Base was a 1991 BRAC closure Myrtle Beach SC Myrtle Beach Partners EDC    
Tennessee  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job gain = 1088

Tennessee Dept of Economic & Community Dev.

Matt Kisber 615-741-1888
Naval Support Activity mid South - 2005 BRAC net gain of 1061 jobs

August 25 BRAC Commission voted against relocation of Naval support operations from Pensacola FL to Millington TN

       
Nashville International Airport Air Guard Station - 2005 BRAC net realignment loss of 191 jobs Nashville TN Nashville Area Chamber Janet Miller 615-743-3031
McGee Tyson APT Air Guard Station Louisville TN 37777      
US Army Reserve Area Maintenance Support Facility - 2005 BRAC closure, loss of 32 jobs Kingsport TN 37660 Kingsport Area Chamber of Commerce    
Defense Distribution Depot Memphis - BRAC 1995 closure Memphis TN 38116 Memphis Regional Chamber   901-543-3500
Puerto Rico  

Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 161

PRIDCO - Puerto Rico Industrial Development Co.

 

212-333-0347

888-577-4326

Fort Buchanan - BRAC 2005 realignment loss of 56 jobs        
Aguadilla-Ramey US Army Reserve Center/BMA 126 - BRAC 2005 realignment loss of 10 jobs        
Camp Euripides Rubio, Puerto Nuevo - BRAC 2005 realignment loss of 43 jobs        
Lavergne US Army Reserve Center Bayamon - BRAC 2005 closure loss of 26 jobs        
Army National Guard Reserve Center  Humacao - BRAC 2005 closure loss of 26 jobs        
United States - Great Lakes Region   ( maps - eastern and midwest )

Regional economic development and professional services contacts directory

Scope, Maps Website

Estimated BRAC 2005 regional job loss = 4607

Contact Phone
Illinois  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 2698

Illinois Dept. of Commerce & Economic Opportunity

Jack Lavin 312-814-2811
Scott Air Force Base - BRAC 2005 net gain of 797 jobs - east of St. Louis near Belleville, next to Mid-America Airport at Mascoutah, along I-64 in St. Clair County Scott AFB IL 62225

Saint Clair County Economic Development

Greater Belleville Chamber of Commerce

 

618-277-6790

618-233-2015

Naval Air Station Great Lakes - BRAC 2005 realignment, net loss of 2022 jobs near Lake Bluff and Waukegan IL North Chicago IL 60088 Lake County Chamber of Commerce    
Fort Sheridan - BRAC 2005 realignment net loss of 34 jobs near Lake Forest and Highland Park, IL Fort Sheridan IL 60037 Lake County Chamber of Commerce    
Capital Airport Air Guard Station - BRAC 2005 net loss of 163 jobs at Abraham Lincoln Capital Airport in Springfield Springfield IL 62707

Springfield Airport Authority

The Economic Development Council

see - Greater Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce

City of Springfield

 

217-788-1060

217-525-1173

 

217-789-2377

Rock Island Arsenal - BRAC 2005 realignment, net loss of 2163 jobs Rock Island IL

Quad City Development Group

City of Rock Island, IL Community & Economic Dev.

Ron Summers

Greg Champagne

309-788-7436

309-732-2920

Rock Island Arsenal - BRAC 1991 realignment Rock Island IL see above    
Chicago O'Hare Airport - the City of Chicago obtained redevelopment space from the 1995 BRAC closure of the Air National Guard installation at O'Hare Chicago, IL

City of Chicago Planning & Development

www.ci.chi.il.us

Chicago - Cook County

World Business Chicago - helps to promote Chicago

   
Glenview Naval Air Station - BRAC 1993 closure - redeveloped as "The Glen" Glenview IL http://www.glenview.il.us/glen/    
Chanute Air Force Base in Rantoul IL was a 1988 BRAC closure, actually closing in 1993, part of which is now the Rantoul National Aviation Center and the Rantoul Technology Center. Rantoul, IL 61866

Village of Rantoul - Rantoul Airport

Economic Development

BRAC redevelopment history for Chanute

Reed Berger 217-893-9955
Savana Army Depot Activity - BRAC 1995 closure, located along the Mississippi River in Joe Daviess and Carroll County Savana IL 61074      
Indiana  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job gain = 2197

Indiana Department of Commerce

Indiana Economic Development Corp.

  317-232-8800
Fort Wayne International Airport Air Guard Station - 2005 BRAC gain 313 jobs Fort Wayne IN 46809      
Grissom Air Force Base was a 1991 BRAC closure - Grissom Aeroplex Business and Industrial Park is now part of the site; located in Miami county north of Kokomo IN Peru, IN 46970 www.grissom-aeroplex.com   (765)689-0159
Naval Support Activity Crane - BRAC 2005 realignment, net loss 683 jobs in Martin county in southwest Indiana Crane IN 47522      
Naval Weapons Support Center - BRAC 1991 realignment Crane IN 47522      
Hulman Regional Airport Air Guard Station - BRAC 2005 realignment net loss 136 jobs Terre Haute 47803      
Newport Chemical Depot - 2005 BRAC closure, loss of 571 jobs in Vermillion county near the Illinois border, between Danville and Terre Haute Cayuga IN 47928      
Leased Space in Indiana - BRAC 2005 closure or realignment net loss 136 jobs not specified      
Defense Finance and Accounting Service, Indianapolis - 2005 BRAC gain of 3495 jobs

August 25, 2005 BRAC Commission voted to recommend keeping DFAS Indianapolis open as planned, but some of the proposed growth may go elsewhere as 26 DFAS locations are consolidated to 5 rather than 3 as originally proposed

Indianapolis IN The Indy Partnership    
Naval Air Warfare Center, Aircraft Division - BRAC 1995 Indianapolis IN      
Naval Avionics Center Indianapolis - BRAC 1991 realignment Indianapolis IN      
Fort Benjamin Harrison - BRAC 1991 closure Indianapolis IN 46216      
Jefferson Proving Ground - 1988 BRAC closure - located in southeast Indiana, in Ripley, Jefferson and Jennings counties just north of the Ohio River and Kentucky Holton IN 47023 and Madison IN 47250      
Kentucky - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 3658

Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development

  502-564-5891
Fort Knox - 2005 BRAC realignment net loss of 2944 jobs Fort Knox KY 40121      
Fort Campbell - 2005 BRAC realignment net loss of 351 jobs - near I-24 in Christian County between Hopkinsville KY and Clarksville TN in Montgomery County TN Fort Campbell KY 42223 South Kentucky Industrial Development Assn Sherman Chaudoin 270-885-5392
Navy Recruiting Command Louisville - 2005 BRAC realignment net loss of 223 jobs Louisville KY Greater Louisville Inc.    
US Army Reserve Center Louisville - 2005 BRAC closure, net loss 43 jobs Louisville KY see above    
Louisville International Airport Air Guard Station - BRAC 2005 gain of 6 jobs Louisville KY see above    
Naval Air Warfare Center, Crane Division Detachment - BRAC 1995 closure Louisville KY see above    
Naval Ordnance Center Louisville - BRAC 1991 realignment Louisville KY see above    
Navy Reserve Center Lexington - 2005 BRAC closure, 9 jobs Lexington KY

Lexington United / Commerce Lexingon

Bluegrass Area Development District

Lexington Mayor's Office of Economic Development

 

859-225-5005

859-269-8021

859-258-3100

Defense Finance and Accounting Service - 2005 BRAC closure, net loss 45 jobs Lexington KY see above    
Lexington Army Depot - BRAC 1988 closure Lexington KY see above    
Army National Guard Reserve Center Paducah - 2005 BRAC closure loss of 31 jobs Paducah KY Greater Paducah Economic Development George Harben

270-575-6633

Michigan  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job gain = 125

Michigan Economic Development Corp.

Donald Jakeway 517-373-9808
Detroit Arsenal - BRAC 2005 net gain 647 jobs Waren MI 48092      
Detroit Arsenal - Army - tank factory closed in 1999, located between GM technical center and Chrysler Waren MI 48092      
Selfridge Army Activity - BRAC 2005 closure, loss of 300 jobs

August 24, 2005 - The BRAC Commission has now voted to approve this recommendation

Harrisson MI 48045      
Selfridge Air National Guard Base - BRAC 2005 net gain of 84 jobs Harrisson MI 48045      
W.K. Kellogg Airport Air Guard Station Battle Creek, MI 49015      
K.I. Sawyer Air Force Base - BRAC 1993 - upper peninsula in Marquette county Gwinn MI 49841 Lake Superior Community Partnership, Marquette    
Minnesota  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 262

Minnesota Dept of Employment & Economic Dev.

Mark Lofthus 651-297-4567
Fort Snelling - 2005 BRAC realignment, net loss 254 jobs        
Navy Reserve Center Duluth - 2005 BRAC closure, loss 8 jobs        
Ohio  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job gain = 241

Ohio Department of Development

Bruce Johnson 614-466-3379
Defense Supply Center Columbus - BRAC 2005 gain of 1758 jobs Columbus OH Columbus Chamber Matt McCollister 614-225-6953
Defense Finance and Accounting Service, Cleveland - BRAC 2005 net loss of 1028 jobs in realignment

August 25, 2005 BRAC Commission voted to recommend keeping DFAS Cleveland open and grow it to 1500 jobs as 26 DFAS locations are consolidated to 5 rather than 3 as originally proposed.  DFAS Columbus will also remain.

Cleveland OH Greater Cleveland Growth Association Jim Kroeger 216-592-2322
Mansfield Lahm Municipal Airport Air Guard Station - BRAC 2005 closure with net loss of 234 jobs Mansfield OH

City of Mansfield Community Development Dept.

Central Ohio Development Alliance

Richland County EDC

Tim Bowersock

 

Michael Greene

419-755-9794

 

419-522-7332

Defense Finance and Accounting Service, Dayton - BRAC 2005 closure with net loss of 230 jobs Dayton OH Dayton Development Coalition Marty Hohenberger 937-222-4422
Springfield-Beckley Municipal Airport Air Guard Station - BRAC 2005 realignment net loss of 291 jobs; near Wright Patterson AFB Springfield OH

Springfield-Clark County Chamber

City of Springfield

Lori Sweeney

Tom Franzen

937-325-7621

937-324-7300

Wright Patterson Air Force Base - Dayton / Fairborn OH - BRAC 2005 net gain of 494 jobs Dayton OH Dayton Development Coalition Marty Hohenberger 937-222-4422
Toledo Express Airport Air Guard Station - near I-80 / I-90 west of Toledo OH - BRAC 2005 net gain of 126 jobs Swanton OH 43558 Regional Growth Partnership of NW Ohio - Toledo John Gibney 419-252-2700
Unspecified Ohio leased space in BRAC 2005 closure/realignment with loss of 187 jobs - presumably not just relocating onto Ohio bases        
Defense Distribution Depot Columbus - BRAC 1995 realignment Columbus OH      
Defense Contract Management Command International - BRAC 1995 realignment Dayton OH      
Newark Air Force Base - BRAC 1993 closure        
Rickenbacker AGB - BRAC 1991 closure        
Gentile Air Force Station - BRAC 1993 closure        
Wisconsin  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 552

Forward Wisconsin

  608-261-2500
General Mitchell International Airport ARS - BRAC 2005 closure, net loss of 266 jobs Milwaukee WI 53207

Milwaukee Economic Development Corp.

Milwaukee County Economic Development

Milwaukee Department of City Development

Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce

 

 

414-278-4905

414-286-5794

414-287-4100

Fort McCoy - BRAC 2005 realignment net loss 231 jobs - located near Sparta on I-90 and Tomah by I-94 in Monroe County

Sparta WI 54656

Tomah WI 54660

     
Olson US Army Reserve Center, Madison - 2005 BRAC closure, net loss 113 jobs Madison WI

Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce

City of Madison Office of Business Assistance

   
Navy-Marine Corps Reserve Center Madison - 2005 BRAC closure, net loss 26 jobs Madison WI see above    
Armed Forces Reserve Center, Madison - 2005 BRAC net gain of 48 jobs Madison WI see above    
Dane County Airport - BRAC 2005 net gain of 55 jobs - Dane County Regional - Truax Field Madison WI 53704 see above    
United States - North Central Region   ( maps )

Regional economic development and professional services contacts directory

Scope, Maps Website

Estimated BRAC 2005 regional job loss = 6578

Contact Phone
Iowa  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 6

Iowa Department of Economic Development

Jeff Rosate 515-242-4721
Des Moines International Airport Air Guard Station - 2005 BRAC gain 47 jobs Des Moines, IA

The Greater Des Moines Partnership

Greater Des Moines Chamber

   
Armed Forces Reserve Center Camp Dodge - 2005 BRAC realignment, net loss 218 jobs in Polk County, near Des Moines Johnston IA 50131 see above    
Sioux Gateway Airport Air Guard - 2005 BRAC gain 203 jobs Sioux City IA 51111

Sioux City Economic Development Office

www.discoversiouxcity.com  GIS for site searches

The Siouxland Initiative - Siouxland Chamber

(Sioux City area, including NE, SD)

  712-279-6342
Navy - Marine Corps Reserve Center Dubuque - 2005 BRAC closure, loss of 24 jobs Dubuque IA Greater Dubuque Development Corp    
Kansas  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job gain = 3582

Kansas Department of Commerce

Bill Thompson 785-296-5298
Fort Riley - 2005 BRAC gain of 2855 jobs near Junction City, Smoky Hill and Manhattan KS, north of I-70 in Riley and Geary county Riley KS 66531      
Fort Leavenworth - 2005 BRAC gain of 203 jobs northwest of Kansas City Fort Leavenworth KS 66027      
Kansas City Army Ammunition Plant - 2005 BRAC closure, loss of 167 jobs Kansas City, KS      
McConnell Air Force Base - 2005 BRAC net gain of 522 jobs near Wichita, I-35 McConnell AFB KS  67221      
US Army Reserve Station Wichita - 2005 BRAC realignment, net loss of 78 jobs Wichita KS      
Forbes Field Air Guard Station - 2005 BRAC gain of 247 jobs Topeka KS 66619      
Missouri  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 3679

Missouri Department of Economic Development

  800-523-1434
Leased space in Missouri - 2005 BRAC close or realign, net loss of 2093 jobs unspecified      
Defense Finance and Accounting Service, Kansas City  - 2005 BRAC closure, loss of 613 jobs Kansas City MO      
Marine Corps Support Center, Kansas City - 2005 BRAC closure, loss of 333 jobs

Aug 24, 2005 - BRAC Commission voted to recommend closure as planned if the proposed Federal City project in New Orleans, Louisiana is developed by the state as planned

Kansas City MO      
Defense Finance and Accounting Service, St Louis - 2005 BRAC closure, loss of 293 jobs St. Louis, MO      
Lambert International Airport - St. Louis - 2005 BRAC realignment, loss of 249 jobs St. Louis, MO      
Army National Guard Reserve Center Jefferson Barracks - 2005 BRAC closure loss of 67 jobs St. Louis MO 63125      
Whiteman Air Force Base - 2005 BRAC gain of 61 jobs in Johnson County Whiteman AFB, MO 65305      
Fort Leonard Wood - 2005 BRAC realignment net loss of 87 jobs in Pulaski county south of I-44, southwest of Rolla MO Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473      
Richards-Gebaur Air Force Base was part of the BRAC 1991 process Kansas City MO      
Nebraska - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 213

Nebraska Department of Economic Development

   
Offutt Air Force Base - 2005 BRAC realignment loss of 104 jobs south of Omaha Offutt AFB 68113      
North Dakota  

Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 2645

North Dakota Department of Commerce

  701-328-5300
Grand Forks Air Force Base - BRAC 2005 realignment, 2645 jobs lost  - the 2005 BRAC Commision decided on July 19, 2005 not to add this to the list of bases for closure review after questioning why it wasn't on the closure list Grand Forks ND Grand Forks Regional Economic Development Klaus Thiessen 701-746-2720
Grand Forks Air Force Base - BRAC 1995 realignment Grand Forks ND see above    
South Dakota  

Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 3797

Governor's Office of Economic Development

Mary Cerney

Bruce Lyon

605-773-3301

605-773-5032

Ellsworth Air Force Base - BRAC 2005 closure, loss of 3852 jobs near Rapid City, SD in Pennington and Meade counties Ellsworth AFB, SD 57706 Rapid City Area Economic Development Robert DeMersseman 605-343-1880
Joe Foxx Field Air Guard Station - BRAC 2005 gain of 55 jobs        
United States - South Central Region   ( maps )

Regional economic development and professional services contacts directory

Scope, Maps Website

Estimated BRAC 2005 regional job gain = 12357

Contact Phone
Arkansas  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job gain = 3585

Arkansas Department of Economic Development

or www.considerarkansas.com

 

501-682-5154

800-275-2672

Little Rock Air Force Base - BRAC 2005 net gain of 3898 jobs Little Rock AR

North Little Rock Economic Development Corp

Greater Little Rock Regional Chamber

Metro Little Rock Alliance (MLRA)

Todd Larson

Kim Pruitt

501-371-0116

501-374-2001

800-905-6577

Camp Pike (90th) - BRAC 2005 net loss of 177 jobs        
El Dorado Armed Forces Reserve Center - BRAC 2005 closure loss of 24 jobs El Dorado, AR 71730 El Dorado Chamber Don Wales 870-863-6113
Stone US Army Reserve Center - BRAC 2005 closure 34 jobs Pine Bluff, AR 71611 Pine Bluff Chamber    
Fort Smith Regional - BRAC 2005 realignment net loss of 78 jobs per DOD - but the regional presentation to the BRAC commission reports a potential 670 total job loss Fort Smith AR 72903

Fort Smith Chamber

City of Fort Smith - Office of Economic Development

Janie Glover 479-783-6118
Fort Chaffee - BRAC 1995 closure after BRAC 1991 realignment (which had been a closure recommendation) Fort Smith AR 72905

see Chamber, above

Fort Chaffee Redevelopment Authority - Chaffee Crossing

   
Arkansas Aeroplex is a redevelopment of the former Eaker AFB in Blytheville-Gosnell AR from BRAC 1991 closure Blytheville AR 72316 www.aeroplex.dina.org    
Louisiana  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 1297

Louisiana Department of Economic Development

Michael Olivier 225-342-3000
Naval Support Activity New Orleans -  2005 BRAC closure, loss of 2711 jobs

Aug 24, 2005 - BRAC Commission voted to recommend not closing as planned, contingent on Louisiana developing the Federal City project as proposed

New Orleans, LA Metrovision Economic Development Partnership   504-527-6969
Naval Air Station New Orleans - 2005 BRAC realignment, net loss 191 jobs New Orleans, LA see above    
Naval Air Station New Orleans - 2005 BRAC gain 1856 jobs New Orleans, LA see above    
Barksdale Air Force Base, Bossier City Louisiana near Shreveport - BRAC 2005 gain of 65 jobs Barksdale AFB, LA  71110 Greater Shreveport Chamber of Commerce

Kurt Foreman

318-677-2512

800-448-5432

Leased space in Slidell - BRAC 2005 net loss of 151 jobs Slidell LA      
Baton Rouge Army National Guard Reserve Center - 2005 BRAC closure loss of 117 jobs Baton Rouge, LA The Chamber of Greater Baton Rouge   225-381-7125
Roberts US Army Reserve Center - 2005 BRAC closure loss of 30 jobs Baton Rouge, LA see above    
Navy - Marine Corps Reserve Center - 2005 BRAC closure loss of 18 jobs Baton Rouge, LA see above    
Naval Station Lake Charles - BRAC 1988 closure Lake Charles LA The Chamber Foundation, Southwest Louisiana   337-433-3632
England Air Force Base, Alexandria LA - BRAC 1991 closure redeveloped by England Economic and Industrial Development Authority Alexandria LA 71303

Central Louisiana Chamber of Commerce

Central Louisiana Economic Development Alliance

England Air Park

Rhonda Reap-Curiel

318-442-6671
Fort Polk - BRAC 1991 realignment, not closure - west of Alexandria in Vernon county near Texas Leesville LA 71459

see above - Central Louisiana

www.jrtc-polk.army.mil 

   
Oklahoma  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job gain = 3919

Oklahoma Department of Commerce

  405-815-6552
Fort Sill - BRAC 2005 net gain of 3602 jobs Lawton OK Lawton / Fort Sill Chamber of Commerce Court Newkirk 580-355-3541
Tinker Air Force Base - BRAC 2005 net gain of 355 jobs - southeast Oklahoma City, near Midwest City

Oklahoma City OK

Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce

www.okcchamber.com

Midwest City OK Chamber of Commerce

Robert Tucker

 

David Burnett

405-297-8956

 

405-733-3801

Krose US Army Reserve Center - BRAC 2005 net loss of 84 jobs Oklahoma City OK

Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce

www.okcchamber.com

Robert Tucker 405-297-8956
Tulsa International Airport Air Guard Station - BRAC 2005 net gain of 103 jobs Tulsa OK Tulsa Area Partnership Daniel Mann 866-827-6552
Vance Air Force Base - BRAC 2005 net gain of 99 jobs Enid OK Garfield County Industrial Authority, Enid OK Jon Blankenship 580-233-4232
Texas  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers

The Texas Department of Economic Development will have information about any state incentives or initiatives related to the closure or redevelopment of military installations in Texas.

Estimated net 2005 direct job gain = 6150

Texas Department of Economic Development

Jeff Moseley 512-936-0101
Red River Redevelopment Authority - Red River Commerce Park, Bowie County, New Boston Texas - The Red River Army Depot, realigned in BRAC 1995, has now been proposed for closure in BRAC 2005 at a loss of 2500 jobs, along with the closure of the nearby Lone Star Army Ammunition Plant at a further loss of 149 jobs.  Actual job losses may be higher because the DOD data was not current.

This industrial and office park development is in the Texarkana MSA region, located in northeast Texas near the border with Arkansas, Oklahoma and Louisiana along Interstate I-30 between Dallas and Little Rock.  This 765 acre site became available for redevelopment during the 1995 BRAC realignment process.  It offers a new 75,000 sq ft industrial building, a 140 acre site, a 31 acre site and other sites and buildings, and is both a Foreign-Trade Zone and Texas Enterprise Zone, offering various incentives.

Aug 24, 2005 - BRAC Commission voted to recommend leaving the Red River Army Depot open, instead of closure

New Boston TX 75570

www.rrcp.org   see: Area Survey

 

Recent Ad

 

Duane Lavery

 

 

903-223-9841
Lone Star Army Ammunition Plant - operated by Day & Zimmerman under contract - BRAC 2005 closure net loss of 149 jobs - adjacent to Red River Army Depot near Texarkana TX - actual job loss may be much higher because the DOD data came from prior years, not current operations Hooks TX

Day & Zimmerman - contractor operating Lone Star

ARMS Defense Conversion - has operations at Lone Star

   
Fort Bliss - BRAC 2005 net gain of 11501 jobs - near El Paso TX and Las Cruces, White Sands New Mexico El Paso TX

Greater El Paso Chamber of Commerce

- El Paso Regional Economic Development Corp.

Pancho Mangan

915-534-0538

915-534-0590

Army National Guard Reserve Center (Hondo Pass) - BRAC 2005 net loss of 106 jobs El Paso TX see above    
Fort Bliss was a BRAC 1988 realignment (not closure) El Paso TX see above    
Fort Sam Houston - BRAC 2005 net gain of 9364 jobs San Antonio TX

San Antonio Economic Development Foundation

City of San Antonio Economic Development Dept

Mario Hernandez 210-226-1394
Brooks City Base, San Antonio - BRAC 2005 closure, net loss of 2923 jobs San Antonio TX

San Antonio Economic Development Foundation

City of San Antonio Economic Development Dept

Mario Hernandez 210-226-1394
Defense Finance and Accounting Service, San Antonio - BRAC 2005 closure, net loss of 335 jobs

August 25 voted to close as proposed

San Antonio TX see above    
Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio - BRAC 2005 realignment, net loss of 3140 jobs San Antonio TX 78277 see above    
Randolph Air Force Base - near San Antonio - BRAC 2005 net gain of 182 jobs Universal City, TX 78148 see above    
Army National Guard Reserve Center, New Braunfels - BRAC 2005 net loss of 106 jobs New Braunfels TX 78131 Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Rusty Brockman 830-625-2385
KellyUSA - Kelly Air Force Base - San Antonio - was part of the 1995 BRAC realignment process San Antonio, TX

San Antonio Economic Development Foundation

City of San Antonio Economic Development Dept

Air Force summary of redevelopment

Mario Hernandez 210-226-1394
Naval Station Ingleside - BRAC 2005 closure, net loss of 2218 jobs near Corpus Christi

Aug 24, 2005 - BRAC Commission voted to recommend closure as planned even though this is a relatively new base

Ingleside, TX Corpus Christi Regional Economic Development Ron Kitchens 361-882-7448
Corpus Christi Army Depot - BRAC 2005 realignment, net loss of 92 jobs Corpus Christi TX Corpus Christi Regional Economic Development Ron Kitchens 361-882-7448
Naval Air Station Corpus Christi - BRAC 2005 realignment net loss of 1025 jobs

Aug 24, 2005 - BRAC Commission voted to recommend realignment as planned

Corpus Christi TX see above    
Naval Air Station Corpus Christi - 1995 realignment Corpus Christi TX see above    
Naval Station Galveston - BRAC 1988 closure Galveston TX Port of Galveston    
Laughlin Air Force Base - BRAC 2005 net gain of 182 jobs near Del Rio Laughlin AFB 78843      
Dyess Air Force Base - BRAC 2005 net gain of 374 jobs

August 26 The BRAC Commission decision to keep Ellsworth AFB open means that the B1B bombers won't be relocating to Dyess as proposed

Abilene TX 79607 Abilene Industrial Foundation Bill Ehrie 325-673-7349
Reese Air Force Base - BRAC 1995 Lubbock TX Lubbock Economic Development Alliance Gary Lawrence 806-749-4500
Chase Field Naval Air Station - BRAC 1991 closure Beeville TX 78102      
Carswell, ARS Naval Air Station, Fort Worth - BRAC 2005 net gain of 112 jobs Carswell TX (Fort Worth area)

Westworth Redevelopment Authority

Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce

Leland Clemons

Carroll Myer

817-377-8061

817-336-2491

Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth - BRAC 2005 net gain of 314 jobs Fort Worth TX see above    
Carswell Air Force Base, Carswell, TX was part of BRAC 1991 realignment into the Naval Air Station Fort Worth, with some excess land redeveloped by the community through the Westworth Redevelopment Authority Carswell TX (Fort Worth area) Westworth Redevelopment Authority Leland Clemons 817-377-8061
Fort Hood - major BRAC 2005 realignment (over 9000 military in and out) but only 191 net jobs lost; located between Killeen and Copperas Cove, Texas and between Waco and Austin, in Corvell and Bell Counties Killeen TX 76544

Greater Killeen Chamber  www.killeenworks.com

Copperas Cove EDC

Central Texas Economic Corridor (Belton, Temple)

Temple Economic Development Corp

Development Corp of Belton

Phyllis B. Gogue 254-526-9551
Sheppard Air Force Base - BRAC 2005 realignment net loss of 2624 jobs - located near the Oklahoma border near Wichita Falls in Wichita county by I-44 (north to Lawton, Fort Sill OK) Sheppard AFB TX 76311      
Army National Guard Reserve Center #2 - BRAC 2005 closure, net loss of 90 jobs Dallas TX Greater Dallas Chamber Cary Hutchings 214-746-6733
Naval Air Station Dallas - BRAC 1993 closure Dallas TX Greater Dallas Chamber Cary Hutchings 214-746-6733
Bergstrom Air Reserve Base - 1995 BRAC closure after BRAC 1993 left open after review of a partial closure decision in BRAC 1991

Austin TX 78719

DOD/AFIS article about Bergstrom redevelopment    
United States - Mountain Region   ( maps )

Regional economic development and professional services contacts directory

Scope, Maps Website

Estimated BRAC 2005 regional job gain = 289

Contact Phone
Southwest Defense Alliance - lobbying group for labs, bases and test ranges in Arizona, California, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas and Utah.   www.swdefensealliance.org    
Arizona  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 550

Arizona Department of Commerce

Gilbert Jimenez

602-771-1100

602-771-1124

Air Force Research Lab, Mesa - 2005 BRAC closure, net loss of 88 jobs Mesa AZ City of Mesa Office of Economic Development Richard Mulligan 480-644-2398
Williams Air Force Base was closed in 1993 after a BRAC 1991 closure decisison; Williams Gateway Airport is located in the Foreign-Trade Zone for the city of Mesa, Arizona Mesa AZ

Air Force summary of redevelopment

http://www.flywga.org/   www.cityofmesa.org

   
Allen Hall Armed Forces Reserve Center - 2005 BRAC closure, net loss of 60 jobs Tucson AZ Greater Tucson Economic Council   520-882-6079
Phoenix Sky Harbor I - 2005 BRAC gain of 39 jobs Phoenix AZ Greater Phoenix Economic Council   800-421-4732
Luke Air Force Base - 2005 BRAC net loss of 278 jobs in Maricopa County, west of Phoenix near Glendale Luke AFB AZ 85309 City of Glendale Economic Development   623-930-2983
Fort Huachuca - 2005 BRAC realignment, net loss of 167 jobs, in Cochise county near Sierra Vista, east of Nogales in the border region near Sonora, Mexico Fort Huachuca 85613      
Fort Huachuca was a BRAC 1988 realignment - not closure        
Colorado  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job gain = 4917

Colorado Business

   
Fort Carson - 2005 BRAC net gain of 4377 jobs - located near I-25 south of Colorado Springs Fort Carson, CO 80913      
Peterson Air Force Base - 2005 BRAC net gain of 510 jobs Colorado Springs CO 80914 Greater Colorado Springs Economic Development Corp.    
Buckley Air Force Base - 2005 BRAC gain of 94 jobs Aurora CO 80011 Aurora Economic Development Council    
Schriever Air Force Base - 2005 BRAC gain of 95 jobs        
Lowry Air Force Base was a 1991 BRAC closure Denver CO www.lowry.org    
Pueblo Army Depot was a BRAC 1988 realignment - not closure Pueblo CO      
Fitzsimons Army Medical Center, Aurora, Colorado was a BRAC 1995 closure, redeveloped by Fitzsimons Redevelopment Authority as the Colorado Bioscience Park or "Health Sciences City" Aurora, CO      
Idaho  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 659

Idaho Department of Commerce

  208-334-2470
Mountain Home Air Force Base - BRAC 2005 realignment net loss of 569 jobs in Elmore county, southeast of Boise Mountain Home AFB, MT 84638 see below    
Boise Air Terminal Air Guard Station - BRAC 2005 realignment net loss of 83 jobs Boise MT

Boise Metro Economic Development Council

City of Boise

   
Montana  

Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 124

Montana Department of Commerce

  406-444-4378
Great Falls International Airport Air Guard Station - BRAC 2005 realignment, net loss 107 jobs Great Falls MT

Great Falls Development Authority

Great Falls International Airport Authority

   
Great Falls US Army Reserve Center - BRAC 2005 closure, net loss 17 jobs Great Falls MT see above    
New Mexico  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 2849

New Mexico Economic Development Department

New Mexico Economic Development Partnership

 

Kathy Keith

Jim Colson

 

505-827-2486

888-715-5293

Cannon Air Force Base - 2005 BRAC closure loss of 2824 jobs near Clovis NM in Curry county, near the Texas border between Amarillo and Lubbock (each around 100 miles away).  State officials estimate over 7000 jobs lost in eastern New Mexico, and Governor Richardson will be trying to stop this closure

August 26, 2005 The BRAC Commission made a compromise which takes away the plans but only leaves Cannon open as a warm base until 2010 unless a new mission is assigned to it.

Cannon AFB 88103

Clovis / Curry County Chamber

Clovis Industrial Development Corporation

City of Clovis

Ernie Kos 505-763-3435
Kirtland Air Force Base - 2005 BRAC gain of 206 jobs Albuquerque NM 87116 Albuquerque Economic Development Gary Tonjes 505-246-6200
Jenkins Armed Forces Reserve Center - 2005 BRAC closure loss of 36 jobs Albuquerque NM see above    
White Sands Missile Range - 2005 BRAC realignment loss of 178 jobs - near Las Cruces, Alamogordo White Sands NM 88002

Otero County Economic Development (Alamogordo)

Mesilla Valley Economic Dev. Alliance (Las Cruces)

 

Steve Vierck

 

505-525-2852

Holloman Air Force Base - 2005 BRAC realignment loss of 17 jobs - near Alamogordo, White Sands Holloman AFB 88330 see above    
Utah  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 446

State of Utah - Office of the Governor  and EDCUtah

Chris Roybal

Jeff Edwards

801-538-1000

800-574-8824

Hill Air Force Base - 2005 BRAC realignment, net loss of 145 jobs - located near Clearfield, Layton, South Weber and South Ogden, mostly in Davis County and partially in Weber County Hill AFB, UT 84056

Davis County Dept of Community and Economic Dev.

Weber Economic Development Corp.

Kent Fulser

Ron Kusina

801-451-3278

801-621-8300

Hill Air Force Base - Utah Training and Test Range - BRAC 2005 realignment Hill AFB, UT 84056 see above    
Defense Distribution Depot Ogden - BRAC 1995 closure Ogden UT see Davis County, above    
Ogden Air Logistics Center, Hill Air Force Base - BRAC 1993 realignment Ogden UT see Davis County, above    
Fort Douglas - 2005 BRAC realignment, net loss of 53 jobs Salt Lake City UT 84113

Salt Lake County

Salt Lake City Corporation

Salt Lake Chamber

Dale Carpenter

Alison McFarlane

Lane Beattie

801-468-2280

801-535-6333

801-364-3631

Deseret Chemical Depot - 2005 BRAC closure, loss of 248 jobs        
Tooele Army Depot - BRAC 1993 realignment Tooele UT 84074

Utah Industrial Depot (Tooele)

Tooele County Chamber of Commerce

Tooele County Economic Development

Tooele City

   
Wyoming  

Estimated net 2005 direct job gain = 37

Wyoming Business Council

   
Cheyenne Airport Air Guard Station - BRAC 2005 gain of 79 jobs Cheyenne WY Cheyenne LEADS    
Army Aviation Support Facility Cheyenne = BRAC 2005 closure loss of 23 jobs Cheyenne WY see above    
Army National Guard Reserve Center Thermopolis Thermopolis WY      
United States - West Coast Region   ( maps )

Regional economic development and professional services contacts directory

Scope, Maps Website

Estimated BRAC 2005 regional job loss =

Contact Phone
Alaska   Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 4619    
Galena Forward Operating Location - added to the list of bases for review by the 2005 BRAC Commission on July 19, 2005 for potential reductions or closure

August 25 the BRAC Commission voted to close, but also noted that this should allow time for the transition

Nulato AK 99765      
Kulis Air Guard Station - BRAC 2005 closure, loss of 459 jobs        
Eielson Air Force Base - 2005 BRAC realignment, net loss of 2940 jobs near Fairbanks

August 25 the BRAC Commission voted not to realign the base as proposed, which would have made it a "warm base" with all aircraft and most personnel relocated elsewhere

Eielson AFB, AK 99702

Fairbanks Economic Development Corporation

www.investfairbanks.com 

 

907-452-2185

888-476-3332

 
Elmendorf Air Force Base, 2005 realignment net loss of 934 jobs near Anchorage Elmendorf AFB AK 99506      
Fort Richardson - 2005 realignment net loss of 286 jobs Fort Richardson, AK 99505      
Naval Air Facility ADAK - BRAC 1995 - in the Aleutian Islands Adak Island AK 99546      
California  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers   Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 2018    
State of California, Department of Commerce - Technology Trade and Commerce Agency - TTCA - Business and Community Resources - information on military base revitalization programs, including the Local Agency Military Base Recovery Act (LAMBRA) which was set up to help deal with base closures during the 1990's BRAC process, which affected around 30 areas Sacramento CA http://www.commerce.ca.gov    
Human Resources Support Center Southwest - BRAC 2005 realignment loss of 164 jobs CA      
Southern California        
Los Alamitos (63rd) - BRAC 2005 realignment net loss of 170 jobs near Long Beach, Seal Beach Los Alamitos, CA 90720      
Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach - BRAC 2005 closure, loss of 71 jobs        
Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach - BRAC 1993 realignment Seal Beach CA 90740      
Long Beach Naval Air Station near Los Angeles was part of the earlier BRAC process - refer to the Long Beach Area Chamber, Port of Long Beach, or City of Long Beach Strategic Marketing for information about this area Long Beach, CA 90831

www.lbchamber.com

www.polb.com

   
Ontario IAP Air Guard Station - 1995 BRAC closure Ontario CA 91764 www.ontariocalifornia.us    
Naval Weapons Station Fallbrook  - BRAC 2005 realignment net loss of 118 jobs by Camp Pendleton Fallbrook CA 92028      
Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton - BRAC 2005 realignment net loss of 144 jobs in San Diego County Camp Pendleton CA 92055      
Navy Broadway Complex, San Diego - added to the list of bases for closure review by the 2005 BRAC Commission on July 19, 2005

August 24 voted not to close, but with conditions

San Diego CA      
Naval Base Point Loma - BRAC 2005 gain of 309 jobs San Diego CA 92152

www.sandiegobusiness.org

www.sandiego.gov

   
Naval Medical Center San Diego - BRAC 2005 realignment net loss of 1630 jobs   see above    
Naval Station San Diego - 2005 BRAC gain net 1170 jobs San Diego CA see above    
Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego - 2005 BRAC Commission voted not to consider for closure on July 19, 2005 San Diego CA      
Marine Corps Base Miramar - BRAC 2005 net gain 72 jobs San Diego CA 92145 see above    
Defense Finance and Accounting Service San Diego - BRAC 2005 closure loss of 240 jobs San Diego CA see above    
Naval Base Coronado - BRAC 2005 realignment net loss of 460 jobs San Diego CA 92155      
Naval Training Center San Diego - BRAC 1993 closure - refer to San Diego Regional Economic Development for information on the area, or the City of San Diego Community & Economic Development San Diego CA 92101

www.sandiegobusiness.org

www.sandiego.gov

   
Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow - BRAC 2005 realignment net loss of 419 jobs        
Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow - BRAC 1993 realignment Barstow CA 92311      
City of Victorville - LAMBRA Enterprise Zone, Southern California Logistics Airport at the former George Air Force Base, also promoted as the Southern California International Airport - was a 1988 BRAC closure - now includes Foreign Trade Zone No. 245 - - refer also to Inland Empire North Regional Economic Development Authority for information about this area Victorville CA 92394 www.victorvillecity.com

www.ienorth.org

   
Defense Finance and Accounting Service San Bernardino - BRAC 2005 closure loss of 120 jobs San Bernardino CA see below    
Norton Air Force Base was a BRAC 1988 closure, becoming San Bernardino International Trade Center and Airport - Inland Empire Economic Partnership, San Bernardino promotes business investment in this area San Bernardino, CA 92408

www.ieep.com

www.afrpa.hq.af.mil/mcclellan/norton.html

  (909)890-1090
March Air Reserve Base - BRAC 2005 realignment net loss of 111 jobs   see below    
March Air Force Base was a BRAC 1993 realignment - area now includes Riverside County Foreign Trade Zone No. 244 Moreno Valley CA 92552 www.marchjpa.com    
Marine Corps Air Station - MCAS El Toro - BRAC 1993 closure - in Orange County - see Orange County Business Council for information on the area - or Destination Irvine - Irvine Chamber of Commerce Irvine CA 92618

www.locationoc.com

www.ocbc.org

www.destinationirvine.com

   
Marine Corps Air Station Tustin - BRAC 1993 realignment added - in Orange County - see same sources as above for Orange County information Tustin CA 92782      
Naval Support Activity Corona - BRAC 2005 closure 892 jobs lost in Riverside county Corona CA 92882      
Naval Base Ventura City - BRAC 2005 realignment net loss of 1534 jobs Ventura CA 93001      
Pacific Missile Test Center - Point Mugu NAWS - BRAC 1991 realignment - this is between Thousand Oaks and Oxnard in Ventura County Point Mugu NAWS CA 93042      
Naval Air Station Lemoore - BRAC 2005 gain of 40 jobs near Hanford in Kings county, near Fresno Lemoore CA 93245 City of Lemoore    
Vandenburg Air Force Base - BRAC 2005 gain of 145 jobs in Santa Barbara county

August 25 the BRAC Commission voted to realign operations from Onizuka Air Force Station to Vandenburg AFB

Lompoc CA 93437      
Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake - BRAC 2005 gain 2469 jobs Ridgecrest, CA 93555 www.kedc.com    
Naval Weapons Center China Lake - BRAC 1991 realignment, not closure - refer to the Kern Economic Development Corp for information on this county Ridgecrest, CA 93555 www.kedc.com    
Fresno Air Terminal - BRAC 2005 gain of 311 jobs Fresno CA 93727 Fresno County Economic Development Corp.    
Northern California        
Fort Ord Airfield, formerly Ford Ord Army Base, in Monterey County was a 1991 BRAC closure Monterey, CA 93940 www.montereycountybusiness.net   831-755-5855
Defense Finance and Accounting Service Seaside - BRAC 2005 closure loss of 61 jobs near Monterey Seaside CA 93955 see above    
AFRC Moffett Field - 2005 BRAC gain of 253 jobs Mountain View CA 94035      
Moffett Naval Air Station - BRAC 1991 closure Mountain View CA 94035      
Onizuka Air Force Station - BRAC 2005 closure 278 jobs lost

August 25 the BRAC Commission voted to realign operations from Onizuka Air Force Station to Vandenburg AFB

Sunnyvale CA 94088      
Hunters Point Annex - BRAC 1991 closure San Francisco CA 94124      
Presidio of San Francisco - BRAC 1988 closure decision, BRAC 1993 decision changed to keep 6th Army there instead of transfer to Fort Carson San Francisco CA 94129      
Naval Station Treasure Island - BRAC 1993 closure San Francisco CA 94130      
City of Alameda and Alameda Point Community Partners - the Alameda Naval Air Station (NAS) was closed in 1997 after BRAC in 1993 - designated as a LAMBRA Enterprise Zone - along with Naval Aviation Depot Alameda Alameda, CA 94501

http://www.ci.alameda.ca.us

http://www.alamedapoint.com

   
Mare Island Naval Shipyard in Vallejo north of San Francisco was one of the BRAC `993 closures, closing in 1996.  Vallejo Chamber of Commerce. Vallejo, CA 94590 www.vallejosite.com   707-644-5551
Defense Finance and Accounting Service Oakland - BRAC 2005 closure loss of 50 jobs Oakland CA see below    
Oakland Army Base was part of the 1995 BRAC process, closing in 1999.  This was formerly a major naval fleet base, with redevelopment plans central to the city of Oakland and the Port of Oakland.  Contacts include the City of Oakland and EDAB Economic Development Alliance for Business Oakland, CA 94603 www.edab.org  

(510)272-3885

(510)238-3303

Naval Supply Center Oakland - left open by BRAC 1993 after closure recommendation Oakland CA 94603 see above    
Naval Hospital Oakland - BRAC 1993 closure Oakland CA see above    
Castle Airport - formerly Castle Air Force Base - LAMBRA Enterprise Zone -was part of the 1991 BRAC closure process - City of Merced Economic Development Office Merced, CA 95340 www.cityofmerced.org

www.afrpa.hq.af.mil/mcclellan/castle.html

 

(209)385-4788

(800)723-4788

Riverbank Army Ammunition Plant - BRAC 2005 closure 89 jobs Modesto CA 95357 Stanislaus County (Modesto)    
Mather Field in Rancho Cordova near Sacramento was was a BRAC 1988 closure - now Sacramento Mather Airport and Commerce Center Rancho Cordova, CA 95670 www.afrpa.hq.af.mil/mcclellan/mather.html    
McClellan Air Force Base - BRAC 1995 - Sacramento Area Commerce & Trade Organization and the City of Sacramento office of economic development Sacramento CA 95814

www.sactoedc.org

www.cityofsacramento.org/econdev

www.afrpa.hq.af.mil/mcclellan/mcclellan.html

   
Beale Air Force Base - BRAC 2005 realignment loss of 179 jobs   see below    
Beale Air Force Base was a BRAC 1991 realignment, not closure - refer to the nearby Yuba County Airport and Economic Development for information about this area Marysville CA 95901 www.yubacounty.org    
Guam   Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 95    
Note that the Overseas Basing Commission report on May 9, 2005 questioned the repositioning of Pacific forces back to Guam or locations closer to the USA, as opposed to moving elsewhere in the region and remaining closer to potential threats in the Asia Pacific region.  Okinawa was cited as a "linchpin" of such a forward basing strategy in the region despite some challenges.        
Guam Fleet and Industrial Supply Center - BRAC 1995 realignment - along with Guam Public Works and Guam Naval Activities Guam      
Naval Air Station Agana - BRAC 1993 - added to the suggested closure list Agana Guam      
Ship Repair Facility - BRAC 1995 closure Guam      
Hawaii    Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 298    
Hickam Air Force Base - 2005 BRAC realignment, net loss of 262 jobs        
Army National Guard Reserve Center Honokaa - 2005 BRAC closure, loss of 118 jobs        
Naval Shipyard Pearl Harbor - the 2005 BRAC Commission on July 19, 2005 voted not to add this to the list of bases for closure review after questioning its omission        
Naval Station Pearl Harbor - 2005 BRAC gain of 82 jobs        
Naval Air Station Barbers Point - BRAC 1993 closure        
Nevada  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job gain = 1059

Nevada Commission on Economic Development

  800-336-1600
Nellis Air Force Base - 2005 BRAC net gain 1412 jobs - located near North Las Vegas along I-15 Nellis AFB NV 89191      
Hawthorne Army Depot - ammunition depot - BRAC 2005 closure, net loss 199 jobs in Mineral county

The BRAC Commission voted not to close this depot

Hawthorne NV 89415      
Reno-Tahoe International Airport Air Guard Station - BRAC 2005 realignment net job loss 147 jobs Reno NV 89502 EDAWN - Economic Dev. Authority of Western Nevada Chuck Alvey 775-829-3700
Oregon  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job loss = 1083

Oregon Economic & Community Development

   
Portland International Airport Air Guard Station - 2005 BRAC realignment, net loss 564 jobs Portland OR Portland Development Commission    
Umatilla Army Depot - 2005 BRAC closure, net loss 512 jobs; near the Columbia River along I-82 and I-84 in Morrow and Umatilla counties, about 30 miles from Tri-Cities Washington; site with potentially major environmental / chemical issues Hermiston OR 97838      
Umatilla Army Depot - BRAC 1988 realignment, not closure        
Washington  - state and local economic development organizations and professional service providers  

Estimated net 2005 direct job gain = 760

Washington Office of Trade & Economic Development

   
Note that some locations associated with discontinued or reduced military programs in the past were under the control of other agencies, such as the Department of Energy for sites related to nuclear materials, as in the case of Hanford.        
Naval Air Station Whidbey Island - 2005 BRAC gain of 139 jobs Oak Harbor WA 98277      
Naval Air Station Whidbey Island was recommended for closure by BRAC 1991, but was kept open        
Naval Station Bremerton - 2005 BRAC gain of 1401 jobs Bremerton WA 98337 Kitsap Regional Economic Development Council    
Fort Lewis - 2005 BRAC gain of 230 jobs Tacoma WA 98433      
McChord Air Force Base - 2005 BRAC realignment, net loss of 567 jobs near Tacoma, Fort Lewis McChord AFB, WA 98438      
Fairchild Air Force Base - 2005 BRAC realignment, net loss of 198 jobs near Spokane Fairchild AFB, WA 99011      
US Army Reserve Center Fort Lawton - 2005 BRAC closure, loss of 107 jobs        
Naval Undersea Warfare Engineering Station Keyport - BRAC 1991 realignment, and Naval Undersea Warfare Center BRAC 1995 realignment

Poulsbo WA 98370

Keyport WA

     
Naval Station Puget Sound - BRAC 1988 realignment, not closure Seattle WA 98115      
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