Below are US Air Force Bases where our military defense lawyers defend court-martial cases and administrative actions.
This list is courtesy of Militarybases.com
Air Force Academy (USAFA), Colorado Springs, Colorado
For years, even before the Air Force became its own separate branch, many service members insisted that the military needed a special school that would be focused solely on training the future Airmen of the United States.
Aitos Logistics Center, Aitos, Bulgaria
Aitos Logistics Center is one of the multitude of military bases run by the United States of America on foreign territories. This one is located in Bulgaria, in the southeastern part of the country.
Al Udeid Air Base, Doha, Qatar
The Al Udeid Air Base is a military base located west of Doha Qatar and is owned by the Qatar Emiri Air Force. It is home to the headquarters of United States Central Command (USCC) and United State Air Force Central Command.
Altus AFB, Altus, Oklahoma
Training and preparing over 3000 pilots and maintenance technicians every year, Altus AFB is one of the most important military facilities established in Oklahoma.
Andersen Air Force Base Guam is one of the few US military bases that can brag about being located in a living paradise. It is a little over 6 km far from Yigo, in the northern part of Guam.
Andrews AFB, Camp Springs, Maryland
Andrews AFB Maryland is a United States facility run by the Air Force and situated in Prince George’s County. The base is named after Frank M. Andrews, one of the most important commanders during World War II.
Arnold AFB, Tullahoma, Tennessee
The Arnold AFB Tennessee – named after the Air Force father Henry Arnold – is currently the largest, most advanced and professional flight simulation center in the world. There are around 60 propulsion wind tunnels.
Aviano Air Base, Aviano, Italy
The National Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has made it possible for the Aviano air force base to be established under the United States Air Force commission.
Bagram Air Base, Parvan Province, Afghanistan
Bagram Air Base is operated jointly by the United States Army and Air Force. Occupying forces include the U.S. Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard. Coalition Forces and civilians complete the constitution of the base.
Barksdale AFB, Bossier City, Louisiana
Named in the memory of the World War I pilot Eugene Hoy Barksdale who died in 1926 in an unfortunate plane crash, Barksdale AFB is an Air Force operated military facility located in the northwestern area of Louisiana.
Barry M. Goldwater Range, Phoenix, Arizona
Located relatively close to the Mexican borders, Barry M. Goldwater Range is used for bombing exercises by the Air Force and the Marine Corps. The planes used for training include the powerful A 10, F 16, F 18 and AV BB Harrier.
Beale AFB, Marysville, California
Beale AFB California is rich in culture and history and is considered across America as the most popular show place in the United States Air Force, housing the most technologically advanced equipment and aircrafts in the world.
Bellows Air Force Station, Waimanalo, Hawaii
Bellows Air Force Station is one of the oldest bases in the United States, established in 1917 and initially called Waimanalo. Although it has a rich past, its present days are not that glorious from a military point of view.
Bezmer Air Base, Yambol, Bulgaria
Bezmer Air Base is one of the few military bases run by the United States of America in Bulgaria. It is located in the Yambol area, only 10 km away from Yambol and closer to Bolyarsko.
Bolling AFB, Washington, D.C., Washington DC
Bolling AFB is one of the two small military facilities forming the more powerful Joint Base Anaconda-Bolling from Washington DC. The other base is Naval Support Facility Anaconda.
Brooks City-Base, San Antonio, Texas
Brooks City-Base is located 11 km away from San Antonio and is operated by the local authorities. The local authorities have gained the control over the base in 2002, after an agreement between them and the government.
Buckley AFB, Aurora, Colorado
Buckley AFB is located in Aurora, Colorado just minutes from Denver. The base is situated against a backdrop of the Rocky Mountains. The base was formerly a National Guard base.
Cannon AFB, Curry, New Mexico
Established about 10 km from Clovis, in the eastern part of New Mexico, Cannon AFB is run by the Air Force and responsible with testing operations, tactics and new techniques with the latest aircrafts in the Air Force.
Cheyenne Mountain, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Cheyenne Mountain is located close to Colorado Springs, in the El Paso county. It hosts an Air Force station and represents one of the toughest military constructions in the United States of America.
Clear Air Force Station, Denali Borough, Alaska
As one of the most important defensive bases on the United States territory, Clear Air Force Base Alaska is responsible for the detection of submarine missiles and ICBMs. It is the first base detecting the incoming dangers.
Columbus AFB, Lowndes, Mississippi
Columbus AFB is a small air base located in Mississippi nine miles south of the city of Columbus, in the northeastern part of Mississippi. The base is surrounded by small towns with the nearest city with population over 50,000.
Creech AFB, Indian Springs, Nevada
Creech AFB Nevada is an Air Force operated base and among the most important fighters in the so called War on Terror. The base is located in the Clark County, only 56 km from Las Vegas.
Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, Arizona
Davis-Monthan AFB Arizona is one of the most active military bases in the United States. It is operated by the Air Force and located within the city limits of Tucson.
Dover AFB, Dover, Delaware
Dover AFB is an Air Force operated military base located only 3 km away from Dover, in the western side of Delaware. It spreads over 1.7 square km and a small part of it is a census designated spot.
Dyess AFB, Abilene, Texas
Dyess Air Force base is located on the southern edge of the city of Abilene, Texas in Taylor County. Abilene has a population of 100,000 people and is considered the economic center of a 22 county area in West Texas.
Edwards AFB, Edwards, California
Edwards Air Force Base has been host to some of the most extensive aircraft testing in the United States. While the base started out humbly, it now has much acclaim.
Eglin AFB, Valparaiso, Florida
Eglin AFB is situated on the Gulf Coast of Florida, also referred to as the Emerald Coast. The base is three miles from Valparaiso, Florida which is in Okaloosa County. The population of Valparaiso is 5,840.
Eielson AFB, North Pole, Alaska
Eielson AFB Alaska is an Air Force based located close to Moose Creek. The base operates as a training field for the Air Force, not to mention about the close air support and offensive operations.
Ellsworth AFB, Rapid City, South Dakota
The U.S. state of South Dakota is home to Ellsworth Air Force Base – and the 28th Bomb Wing. The wing is part of 12th Air Force, and is overseen by Air Combat Command. The base came into being as Rapid City Army Air Base.
Elmendorf AFB, Anchorage, Alaska
The Elmendorf AFB, Alaska is one of the two major camps that form the more important Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson camp. The installation is part of Anchorage, the largest human settlement in Alaska.
Eskan Village Air Base, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
While US military sites are scattered throughout various part of the globe, the country of Saudi Arabia does have the Eskan Village Air Base Saudi Arabia as a functioning and welcoming army base.
Fairchild AFB, Spokane, Washington
Named after the honored World War 1 aviator, General Muir Fairchild, FAB or Fairchild Air Base is located in Washington. The exact location is in Spokane.
Francis E. Warren AFB, Cheyenne, Wyoming
Francis E. Warren Air Force Base has a completely different mission from most of the other U.S. Air Force bases. It is one of only three of its kind – a strategic missile base. The base is home to the 90th Missile Wing.
Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, Texas
Unlike most air bases in the United States, the Goodfellow AFB is a non-flying base. Its primary purpose is to serve as a training ground for the personnel in the U. S. Air Force, Army, Marine Corps and the Navy.
Graf Ignatievo Air Base, Plovdiv, Bulgaria
In the second largest city of Bulgaria, is the country’s pride, which happens to be its primary defense system. Graf Ignatievo Air Base is situated in Garf Ignatievo, a village in Plovdiv.
Grand Forks AFB, Emerado, North Dakota
Grand Forks Air Force Base is located 15 miles west of the city of Grand Forks. Grand Forks has a population of 50,000 and is home to the University of North Dakota. The city nearest to the base is Emerado.
Grissom Air Reserve Base, Kokomo, Indiana
Named after Colonel Vergil Ivan Grissom, more commonly known as Gus Grissom, the Grissom Air Reserve Base is located in Indiana. Colonel Guss Grissom lost his life during the Apollo accident in Florida.
Hanscom AFB, Bedford, Massachusetts
Located almost 3 km from Bedford, Hanscom AFB is a combination between a military base and a civilian base. As a military base, the place is under the command of the Air Force Materiel Command.
Hickam AFB, Honolulu, Hawaii
The base is often called Hickam Air Force Base, however, an official name change was made in 2010. At that time, Naval Station Pearl Harbor joined with Hickam in accordance with the Base Realignment and Closure Law.
As the sixth largest and most important employer in Utah, Hill AFB is located in the northern side of the state, close to Odgen and Clearfield. It is almost 50 km from Salt Lake City. The base is run by the Air Force and named in …
Holloman AFB, Otero, New Mexico
Named in the memory of George V. Holloman, a missile research pioneer, Holloman AFB is located only 10 km from Alamogordo, in the southern part of New Mexico. It is run by the US Air Force and “hidden” between two mountainous areas.
Hurlburt Field, Mary Esther, Florida
Hurlbert Field Air Force Base is actually part of Eglin AFB in Florida. It is an unusual arrangement whereby each base has housing, but military members from Eglin can receive housing at Hurlbert, and vice versa.
Incirlik Air Base, Incirlik, Turkey
Incirlik Air Base is one of the major strategically located US military bases. The base is in Turkey, which means that it is operated by both the US and the Turkish governments, unlike other co-bases.
Izmir Air Base, Izmir, Turkey
Izmir Air Base, Turkey is one of the strategic military installations run by the US Air Force in Europe. It is almost 400 km away from Istanbul, in one of the oldest and largest cities of Turkey. It is also close to the Aegean Sea.
Joint Base Charleston, North Charleston, South Carolina
Joint Base Charleston South Carolina is one of the 12 new bases on the US territory, which showed up after the 2005 congressional legislation implying the base consolidation by merging multiple bases.
Kadena Air Base, Okinawa, Japan
Recognized as the “Keystone of the Pacific,” the Kadena Air Base is positioned on the island of Okinawa, Japan and is the biggest Air Force installation in the Pacific locality.
Keesler AFB, Biloxi, Mississippi
Located in the Harrison County, Keesler Air Force Base Mississippi is among the few bases operated by the Air Force in this state. It was built in the southern part of the state and named in the memory of Samuel Reeves Keesler Jr.
King Abdul Aziz Air Base, Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia
King Abdul Aziz Air Base is a Royal Saudi Air Force operated military installation. It is named in the memory of King Abdul Aziz, also referred to as Ibn Saud among the citizens.
King Fahd Air Base, Saudi Arabia
King Fahd Air Base in an inactivated military airfield that currently serves for commercial and civilian flights. It holds the record for the largest and widest airport in the world, covering over 780 square km.
King Khalid Air Base, Khamis Mushayt, Saudi Arabia
King Khalid Air Base – also referred to as the King Khalid International Airport – is one of the closest airports to the Arabian capital Riyadh.
Kirtland AFB, Bernalillo, New Mexico
Located in the southern part of Albuquerque, Kirtland AFB is adjacent to the international sunport in the area. It is run by the Air Force and located somehow in the central part of New Mexico.
Kunsan Air Base, Gunsan, South Korea
Kunsan Air Base is one of the multitude of military bases run by the US Air Force in Asia. It is located in South Korea, close to the Yellow Sea. It is in the western part of the country and about 240 km away from Seoul.
Lackland AFB, San Antonio, Texas
Lackland is a U.S. Air Force base that is located in San Antonio, Texas and is named after Brigadier General Frank Lackland. It is currently under the authority of the 802d Mission Support Group.
Lajes Field, Lajes, Portugal
Lajes Field – also referred to as Air Base #4 – is a Portuguese military installation run by the Portuguese Air Force. It is a multi use facility that hosts a few units from other countries as well.
Langley AFB, Hampton, Virginia
Initially built as a solitary base in Hampton, Langley AFB Virginia has recently merged with Fort Eustis in October, 2010. These days, it is run by both the ACC (Air Combat Command) and the US Air Force 633rd Air Base Wing.
Laughlin AFB, Del Rio, Texas
Laughlin AFB is located in the southwestern part of Texas, only 8 km away from Del Rio. It is controlled by the Air Force and represents the largest military base dealing with pilot training sessions in USAF.
Little Rock AFB, Jacksonville, Arkansas
Little Rock Air Force Base is a military installation run by the Air Force and placed less than 30 km away from Little Rock. It is unique through the training and schooling equipment.
Los Angeles AFB, El Segundo, California
Los Angeles Air Force Base is located in El Segundo, California. The base is located very near the Los Angeles Airport. The base is garrisoned by the 61st Air Base Wing.
Luke AFB, Glendale, Arizona
Luke AFB is an Air Force operated base close to Phoenix and Glendale. It is one of the largest bases in the world and the only one out there that can successfully train F-16 Falcon pilots.
MacDill AFB, Tampa, Florida
Operated by the Air Force, MacDill AFB is located close to Tampa, on the western side of Florida. It hosts over 3000 military troops, as well as 12000 other soldiers belonging to over 50 mission partners and associate troops.
Malmstrom AFB, Cascade, Montana
As one of the only three military bases run by the Air Force that can operate the Minuteman III missiles for intercontinental use, Malmstrom AFB is located in the Cascade County, in the center of Montana.
March Air Reserve Base, Riverside, California
March Air Reserve Base is one of the oldest military camps established in the United States, with its history beginnings dating back to 1918. It is located in the southern part of the state, between Moreno Valley and Riverside.
Maxwell AFB, Montgomery, Alabama
Maxwell-Gunter AFB is a military installation established in Montgomery and operated by the Air Force. It is named in the memory of William C. Maxwell, a native lieutenant.
McChord AFB, Tacoma, Washington
McChord AFB is one of the two military bases merged in order to form the more powerful Joint Base Lewis-McChord. The other base is Fort Lewis. The two facilities were forced to merge on February 1, 2010.
McConnell AFB, Sedgwick, Kansas
McConnell AFB is one of the few military bases around the United States of America with the clear objective to perform air refueling activities for any type of aircraft. It is located in the Sedwick County, close to Wichita.
, New Hanover, New Jersey
McGuire Air Force Base is located almost 30 km away from Trenton and one of the 24 bases that were directly forced by the US government to merge in order to complete each other.
Minot AFB, Ward, North Dakota
Minot AFB is located in the northern part of North Dakota, 21 km away from Minot, in the Ward County. It is a census designated place. In 2010, the place hosted a little over 5500 inhabitants..
Misawa Air Base, Misawa, Japan
Misawa Air Base is located in the Honshu Island of Japan, only 5 km away from the Pacific Ocean. It is run by the Pacific Air Forces and represents the one and only combined military base in the Pacific.
Moody AFB, Valdosta, Georgia
Spread over two counties – Lanier and Lowndes – and less than 15 km away from Valdosta, Moody Air Force Base is one of the multitude of military installations built to support World War II.
Morón Air Base, Morón de la Frontera, Spain
Spread over a large territory in Andalusia, Spain, Morón Air Base is one of the most strategic points controlled by the Americans in Europe. It is located in the southern part of Spain, about 50 km from Sevilla.
Mountain Home AFB, Elmore, Idaho
Mountain Home AFB is a military base run by the Air Force in the Elmore County, Idaho. It host the famous Gunfighters. Its general objective is to support air combat power operations, regardless of their location over the world.
Nellis AFB, Clark, Nevada
Nellis Air Force Base is one of the Air Force bases controlled by the ACC – Air Combat Nevada. It is in the immediate proximity of Las Vegas, around 11 km, in the southern side of Nevada.
Offutt AFB, Bellevue, Nebraska
Located in the eastern side of Nebraska, Offutt AFB is named in the memory of Jarvis Jennes Offutt, the first citizen of Omaha who died during World War I. He passed away after his SE 5 aircraft crashed in France.
Osan Air Base, Songtan, South Korea
Osan Air Base is one of the few military bases located in South Korea, only 64 km away from Seoul. The general objective of this base is to ensure the protection of South Korea from all points of view.
Patrick AFB, Brevard, Florida
Located between Cocoa Beach and Satellite Beach in Florida, Patrick Air Force Base is home of the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and the Eastern Range. History of the Base Originally operating as Naval Air Station Banana River.
Peterson AFB, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Peterson Air Force Base is located in the El Paso County and is well known in the area for the runways provided to the adjacent local airport – Colorado Springs Municipal Airport.
Pope AFB, Manchester, North Carolina
Pope AFB is an Air Force operated military base located in the Cumberland County, less than 20 km away from Fayetteville. It is in the central part of North Carolina. History The facility was established as Camp Bragg.
RAF Alconbury, Alconbury, United Kingdom
Royal Air Force Alconbury is a British military base located in Cambridgeshire, in the southeastern part of the United Kingdom. It is less than 100 km from London and only 8 km from Huntingdon.
RAF Croughton, Northamptonshire, United Kingdom
RAF Croughton is by far the most important military bases run by the United States of America in Europe. It is located in Northamptonshire, in the central part of the United Kingdom. It is one of the widest military switchboards.
RAF Fairford, Fairford, United Kingdom
RAF Mildenhall is located in Suffolk, relatively close to communities in Mildenhall. It is among the most populated American bases located in the United Kingdom. It hosts over 16,000 employees – both military and civilian.
RAF Lakenheath, Lakenheath, United Kingdom
Royal Air Force Lakenheath is a RAF military base that is run and operated by the US Air Force. It exclusively hosts American troops. It is located in Suffolk, in the eastern part of the United Kingdom.
RAF Menwith Hill, Harrogate, United Kingdom
RAF Menwith Hill is a co-base run by the United States of America and the United Kingdom. It is located in the central part of the kingdom, in North Yorkshire. The military base deals with intelligence and communication services.
RAF Mildenhall, Mildenhall, United Kingdom
RAF Mildenhall was opened in the early 1930s to provide British air capabilities in Europe, though it did not receive its first squadron of aircraft until 1934. The airbase saw significant service throughout World War II.
Ramstein Air Base, Kaiserslautern, Germany
Ramstein Air Base is a United States air force base located in German Rhineland. It is NATO’s (National Atlantic Treaty organization) central base for units and trainings.
Randolph AFB, Universal City, Texas
Randolph AFB is an Air Force operated military base located in the middle of Texas, only 24 km away from San Antonio. It is also part of Joint Base San Antonio, along with Fort Sam Houston and Lackland Air Force Base.
Riyadh Air Base, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Riyadh Air Base, Saudi Arabia is one of the most important American bases due to the strategic location. It is right in the Middle East, giving the American troops the chance to easily support their potential invasions in the area.
Robins AFB, Houston, Georgia
Robins Air Force Base, Georgia is located in the Houston County, close to Warner Robins, right in the middle of the state. The military base is about 160 km far from Atlanta. It is named in the memory of Augustine Warner Robins.
Schriever AFB, El Paso, Colorado
Located close to Colorado Springs in the central part of Colorado
, Schriever AFB is operated by the Air Force and one of the few military bases located in the area. It is only 16 km away from Peterson AFB.
Scott AFB, St. Clair, Illinois
Scott AFB is one of the multiple US military bases operated by the Air Force. It is located in Illinois, close to Belleville, somewhere in the southern side of the state. The name is given in the honor of the first enlisted US pilot.
Selfridge ANGB, Harrison, Michigan
Selfridge ANGB is a strategic Air Force guard base located in the northern part of the United States, close to Mount Clemens. Its name comes after the first pilot who died in a crash while on an Orville Wright plane.
Seymour Johnson AFB, Goldsboro, North Carolina
Located close to Goldsboro, Seymour Johnson AFB is named in the honor of a Goldsboro native pilot – Seymour Johnson. The base is operated by the Air Force and is one of the widest military bases in North Carolina.
Shaw AFB, Sumter, South Carolina
Shaw AFB is currently one of the largest military bases in the United States of America. It is operated by the Air Force – more precisely, by the Air Combat Command. It is located in the central side of South Carolina.
Sheppard AFB, Wichita Falls, Texas
Built in the northern part of the state, Sheppard AFB is the most important and largest site for Air Education and Training Command. It is not just large, but also widely diversified.
Spangdahlem Air Base, Trier, Germany
Spangdahlem Air Base is a United States Air Force installation. It is home to the 52nd Fighter Wing, which is supported by various subordinate groups that specialize in operations, maintenance, logistics, medical and personnel supplies.
Thule Air Base, Thule, Greenland
Located more than 1100 km north from the Arctic Circle and about 1500 km away from the North Pole, Thule Air Base is the northernmost military base located of the United States of America. It is located in the eastern part of Greenland.
Tinker AFB, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Tinker AFB is located right in the middle of Oklahoma, close to Midwest City. It is among the military facilities of high importance due to the US Navy tenants and the multiple missions of the Department of Defense.
Transit Center at Manas, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
Unofficially known as the Ganci Air Base, Transit Center at Manas is a military base run by the United States of America in Kyrgyzstan. It is located near the international airport, close to Bishkek, in the northern part of the country.
Travis AFB, Fairfield, California
All of the air force military bases located all over the United States and even the whole world have long and treasured histories that not only contribute to the continued success of each military installations.
Tyndall AFB, Panama City, Florida
Tyndall Air Force Base is located on the Gulf Coast of Florida, which is also known as the Emerald Coast. Situated 12 miles east of Panama City in Bay County, Tyndall Air Force Base is home to the 325th Fighter Wing.
Vance AFB, Enid, Oklahoma
Located in the city of Enid in Oklahoma, Vance AFB is named in the memory of Leon Robert Vance Jr., who was awarded with the Medal of Honor for his missions in World War II. The military facility is operated by the US Air Force.
Vandenberg AFB, Lompoc, California
Vadenberg AFB is located close to Lompoc and under the ruling of the AFSC (Air Force Space Command). It is named in the memory of General Hoyt S. Vandenberg. It is one of the most important bases on the US territory.
Westover ARB, Westover, Massachusetts
Westover ARB is the largest and widest Air Reserve Base in the United States of America. It is close to Springfield and within the city limits of Ludlow and Chicopee, in the southern part of Oklahoma.
Whiteman AFB, Johnson, Missouri
Whiteman Air Force Base is located in Knob Knoster, Missouri which is approximately 60 miles southeast of Kansas City, Missouri in rural Johnson County. The base is home to 3800 active duty military and 5000 family members.
Wright-Patterson AFB, Montgomery, Ohio
Located close to Dayton and spreading over two counties in Ohio – Montgomery and Greene, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base is currently the largest military base operated by the Air Force on the United States territory.
Yokota Air Base, Fussa, Japan
Yokota Air Base is one of the US military bases set up on the territory of Japan after World War II. It is located in one of the 26 major cities of Western Tokyo – Fussa. It covers more than 136000 square km.