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JOINT PLAN FOR DoD NONCOMBATANT EVACUATION AND REPATRIATION
Nov 2005

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HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
WASHINGTON, D. C. 20310-0300

ANNEX O TO JOINT PLAN FOR DOD NONCOMBATANT REPATRIATION
DESIGNATED REPATRIATION SITES

PURPOSE. To provide repatriation planners and executors a composite listing of the aerial and sea ports of debarkation that can and will be used as required to support evacuation operations. The bases and installations designated with primary responsibilities will be the lead agent, and those designated as backup and assist, as well as Service/DOD Agency support teams, will provide needed support to the repatriation operation as directed by Commander, FORSCOM, and USPACOM.

Most often evacuees will be brought out via air transport. However, in the event naval transport is used, naval ports have been designated as well. The preferred ports of debarkation are military bases (Appendixes 1 and 2), however, evacuees may come in through international airports (Appendix 3). In the event of the latter, installations/ bases have been designated to provide processing support at either the commercial airports or their own facilities.

Evacuations may require enroute intermediate staging/processing locations. Anderson AFB, Guam; Kadena AB, Okinawa, Japan; Yokota AB, Japan; Hickam AFB, HI; Elmendorf AFB, AK are a few that have been designated as intermediate staging bases (ISBs). ISBs would most likely provide overnight lodging and respite and onward transportation. As such, these bases should prepare plans that would accommodate and support large numbers of evacuees. Designated ISBs that are located on U.S. territory may also be required to process evacuees through U.S. Customs and Immigration & Naturalization prior to their onward movement to CONUS.

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HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
WASHINGTON, D. C. 20310-0300

APPENDIX 1 TO ANNEX O (DESIGNATED REPATRIATION SITES)
DESIGNATED MILITARY APODS

AIRFIELDS BACKUP AND ASSIST
McGuire, AFB, NJ Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD
Dover AFB, DE Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD
Andrews AFB, MD Fort Belvoir, VA
Naval Station Norfolk, VA Fort Monroe, VA
Charleston AFB, SC Fort Jackson/Charleston Naval Weapons Station, SC
MacDill AFB, FL Patrick AFB, FL
Lackland AFB, TX Fort Sam Houston, TX
Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ Fort Huachucua, AZ
Elmendorf AFB, AK Fort Richardson, AK
McChord AFB, WA Fort Lewis, WA    Naval Base, Seattle
Travis AFB, CA Support provided by FORSCOM tasking
NAS North Island , CA San Diego Naval Base, CA
Hickam AFB, HI Fort Shafter, HI

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HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
WASHINGTON, D. C. 20310-0300

APPENDIX 2 TO ANNEX O (DESIGNATED REPATRIATION SITES)
DESIGNATED MILITARY SPODS

NAVAL SPOD BACKUP AND ASSIST
Naval Base Norfolk, VA Fort Monroe, VA
Naval Base San Diego, CA MCAS Miramar, CA
Naval Base Pearl Harbor, HI Fort Shafter, HI
Hickam Air Force Base, HI

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HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
WASHINGTON, D. C. 20310-0300

APPENDIX 3 TO ANNEX O (DESIGNATED REPATRIATION SITES)
SUPPORT FOR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS

INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT PRIMARY INSTALLATION/BASE
EAST COAST  
Baltimore/Washington Int’l, MD Ft Meade, MD
Raleigh-Durham Int’l, NC Ft Bragg, NC
Charleston Int’l, SC Charleston AFB, SC
Hartsfield-Atlanta Int’l, GA Ft McPherson, GA
Tampa Int’l Airport , FL Patrick AFB, FL
   
CENTRAL  
Dallas-Ft Worth Int’l, TX

Naval Station, Jnt Res Base, Ft Worth, TX

   
WEST COAST  
Seattle-Tacoma Int’l, WA Fort Lewis, WA
Honolulu Int'l AP, HI Hickam AFB, HI

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