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Air Force Bases

Air Force Bases

American Air Force Bases were constructed during a time when asbestos use was prevalent both as an insulating and fire-proofing material. A number of asbestos products including ceiling and floor tiles, wallboard, roofing and adhesives were used to build Air Force housing and other facilities. Even Air Force plane engines posed a threat as many of the gaskets and other materials used in them contained asbestos. This put the engine maintenance and repair crew, and others working in the vicinity, at high risk for asbestos exposure.

For your reference, we have provided a list of Air Force Bases by state below. Those who served at these Air Force Bases may have been exposed to hazardous asbestos. As a result, they could be at risk to develop mesothelioma or another asbestos-related disease.

Alabama

  • Brookley Air Force Base
  • Gunter Air Force Base
  • Maxwell Air Force Base

Alaska

  • Eielson Air Force Base
  • Elmendorf Air Force Base
  • Ladd Air Force Base

Arizona

  • Luke Air Force Base
  • Williams Air Force Base

California

  • Edwards Air Force Base
  • Hamilton Field Air Force Base
  • March Air Force Base
  • Mcclellan Air Force Base
  • Norton Air Force Base
  • Travis Air Force Base
  • Vandenberg Air Force Base
  • Vandenburg Air Force Base

Colorado

  • Lowry Air Force Base

Delaware

  • Dover Air Force Base

Florida

  • Egland Air Force Base
  • Homestead Air Force Base
  • Mcdill Air Force Base
  • Orlando Air Force Base
  • Patrick Air Force Base
  • Tyndall Air Force Base

Georgia

  • Dobbins Air Force Base
  • Hunter Air Force Base
  • Robins Air Force Base

Illinois

  • Chanute Air Force Base
  • Scott Air Force Base

Indiana

  • Bakalar Air Force Base
  • Bunker Hill Air Force Base

Kansas

  • Forbes Air Force Base
  • Mcconnell Air Force Base
  • Schilling Air Force Base

Louisiana

  • Barksdale Air Force Base

Maine

  • Dow Air Force Base
  • Loring Air Force Base

Massachusetts

  • Bedford Air Force Base
  • Hanscom Air Force Base
  • Westover Air Force Base

Michigan

  • Sawyer Air Force Base
  • Selfridge Air Force Base

Minnesota

  • Duluth Air Force Base

Missouri

  • Richards-Gebaur Air Force Base
  • Scott Air Force Base
  • Whiteman Air Force Base

New York

  • Griffis Air Force Base
  • Hancock Air Force Base

Ohio

  • Lockbourne Air Force Base
  • Wilkins Air Force Base
  • Wright Patterson Air Force Base

Oklahoma

  • Tinker Air Force Base

Pennsylvania

  • Middletown Air Force Base

Rhode Island

  • Smithfield Air Force Base

South Carolina

  • Charleston Air Force Base
  • Donaldson Air Force Base
  • Shaw Air Force Base

South Dakota

  • Ellsworth Air Force Base
  • Rapid City Air Force Base

Tennessee

  • Arnold Air Force Base

Texas

  • Amarillo Air Force Base
  • Bergstrom Air Force Base
  • Brooks Air Force Base
  • Carswell Air Force Base
  • Connally Air Force Base
  • Goodfellow Air Force Base
  • Kelly Air Force Base
  • Laredo Air Force Base
  • Midland Air Force Base
  • Reese Air Force Base
  • Sheppard Air Force Base

Utah

  • Hill Air Force Base

Washington

  • Fairchild Air Force Base Hospital
  • Larson Air Force Base
  • US Air Force, McChord AFB

Washington, D.C.

  • Andrews Air Force Base

Wisconsin

  • Traux Air Force Base
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