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Joint Civilian/Military (Joint-Use) Airports

Airports

The FAA works with military departments when a civil airport sponsor wants to arrange civilian access to a military airfield, known as "joint-use". The 21 military installations that allow civilian aircraft activity are listed below, with a link to general facility information.

Joint-Use Military Airfields

Air Force

Army

Navy

*Joint-Use Airport: The term "joint-use airport" means an airport owned by the Department of Defense, at which both military and civilian aircraft make shared use of the airfield.

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