Socioeconomic Impact Analysis Study. Disposal and Refuse of Carswell Air Force Base, Texas
DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE WASHINGTON DC
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Carswell Air Force Base AFB, Texas, was one of the bases recommended by the 1991 Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission BRAC II for closure. The 1991 Commissions recommendations, however, included the retention of base property for continued military activities. The DBCRA procedures were again implemented in 1992 BRAC III. The 1993 commission recommended the realignment of several military reserve and guard units to Carswell AFB. Thus, portions of Carswell AFB will be retained within Department of Defense DOD, as required to support the long-term operations associated with realigning military units. Property not retained within DOD will be considered excess or surplus and made available for disposal and reuse by other federal agencies and nonfederal entities. This Socioeconomic Impact Analysis Study SIAS addresses the socioeconomic effects of realignment and potential reuse of the base.
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies