At a glance: U.S. Air Force manpower changes in Oklahoma

U.S. Air Force plans manpower changes in Oklahoma.
by Chris Casteel Published: March 6, 2012
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AT A GLANCE

Air Force manpower changes in Oklahoma

The U.S. Air Force on Tuesday announced personnel changes at its domestic bases for this fiscal year and the next. Fiscal Year 2012 runs through Sept. 30, and Fiscal Year 2013 will run through Sept. 30, 2013.

TINKER AIR FORCE BASE

• ACTIVE DUTY

FY 2011: 5,310

FY 2012 change: -121

FY 2013 change: -571

FY 2013 total: 4,618

• CIVILIAN

FY 2011: 12,997

FY 2012 change: -26

FY 2013 change: -151

FY 2013 total: 12,820

• RESERVE

Drill (part-time)

FY 2011: 1,420

FY 2012 change: 0

FY 2013 change: -61

Active Guard and

Reserve (full-time)

No change

Air Reserve technicians

and civilians

FY 2011: 347

FY 2012 change: +3

FY 2013 change: -21

Air National Guard

No changes

ALTUS AIR FORCE BASE

• ACTIVE DUTY

FY 2011: 1,315

FY 2012 change: +17

FY 2013 change: +1

• CIVILIAN

FY 2011: 1,223

FY 2012 change: -114

FY 2013 change: -13

• GUARD AND RESERVE

No change

VANCE AIR FORCE

BASE

• ACTIVE DUTY

FY 2011: 646

FY 2012 change: -33

FY 2013 change: +8

• CIVILIAN

FY 2011: 270

FY 2012 change: -4

FY 2013 change: -2

• GUARD AND RESERVE

No change

TULSA AIR GUARD

STATION

• ACTIVE DUTY

AND RESERVE

No change

• GUARD

Drill (part-time)

Loss of six positions over two years

Technicians and

civilians

Gain of eight positions

WILL ROGERS AIR GUARD STATION

• ACTIVE DUTY

Loss of 8 military positions over two years, taking it to 148 in FY 2013; no civilian losses

• GUARD

Loss of 56 positions over two years, taking it 659 in FY 2013


by Chris Casteel
Washington Bureau
Chris Casteel began working for The Oklahoman's Norman bureau in 1982 while a student at the University of Oklahoma. After covering the police beat, federal courts and the state Legislature in Oklahoma City, he moved to Washington in 1990, where...
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