Tenant Activities U. S. Air Force Commands - · 301st Fighter Wing · Headquarters 10th Air Force · 610 Regional Support Group · 610 Security Forces Squadron · 810 Civil Engineer Flight · 610 Services Flight · Civil Air Patrol - U.S. Air Force SWLR U. S. Marine Corps Commands - · Marine Corps Prior Service Recruiting Region 8 · 14th Marine Regiment · Marine Air Group 41 · Marine Fighter Attack Squadron One One Two (VMFA-112) · VMGR-234 · MALS-41 · MWSS-471 · Marine Air Control Squadron 24 (MACS-24) U. S. Navy Commands - · Branch Dental Clinic · Branch Medical Clinic · Fighter Attack Squadron Two Zero One (VFA-201) · Fleet Logistics Support Squadron Five Nine (VR-59) · Fleet Logistics Support Wing · Mobile Inshore Undersea Warfare Unit 109 · NATEC · Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 22 · Naval Reserve Center · Naval Reserve Intelligence Command · Naval Reserve Readiness Command South · Naval Reserve Recruiting Area South · Naval Reserve Security Group Command 16 · Navy Legal Service Office · Naval Training Meteorology and Oceanography Detachment · NCTAMSLANTDET PNCLA · Ninth Naval Construction Regiment · NR Fleet Hospital Dallas Headquarters · Reserve Intelligence Program Office Area Six Colleges - · Northwood University · Columbia College · Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University · Midwestern State University Other - · Army and Air Force Exchange System · ROICC · OmniAmerican Federal Credit Union · Federal Medical Center, Carswell Texas Air National Guard
Payroll NAS-Corpus Christi $329 million CCAD $164 million NS-Ingleside $124.5 million NAS-Kingsville $94.7 million $712.2 million Total Economic Impact NAS-Corpus Christi $554.7 million NS-Ingleside $194.2 million NAS-Kingsville $109.9 million $858.8 million
NAS CORPUS CHRISTI Commanding Officer CAPT Paula H. Hinger
MAJOR TENANTS CHIEF OF NAVAL AIR TRAINING COMINEWARCOM TRAINING AIR WING FOUR CORPUS CHRISTI ARMY DEPOT HELMINERON 15 U.S. COAST GUARD U.S. CUSTOMS NAVAL HOSPITAL
TRAINING AIR WING FOUR Commander - CAPT Gabriel Salazar Assets: Simulators 6 2B37 (T-34C) 5 2F129 (T-44A) 2 TC-12B 10 Microsims Aircraft 91 T-34C 55 T-44A 21 TC-12B Manpower (Officer/Enlisted/Civilian): VT-27 49 / 7 / 9 VT-28 62 / 6 / 4 VT-31 61 / 8 / 11 VT-35 24 / 2 / 7 TW-4 26 / 13 / 21
CORPUS CHRISTI ARMY DEPOT Mission: Commander COL James Budney Performs overhaul, repair, and modernization of U.S. and foreign military helicopters. PRODUCTION PROFILE FY98 FY99 FY00 FY01 AIRCRAFT REBUILT 169 98 55 74 ENGINES REBUILT 295 280 292 409 COMPONENTS REBUILT 22,720 35,000 32,537 25,175 MANPOWER CIVILIAN 2,715 2,630 2,600 2,996 MILITARY 11 5 12 12
CORPUS CHRISTI ARMY DEPOT ECONOMIC PROFILE FY97 BUDGET $393.3M FY98 BUDGET $355.1M FY99 BUDGET $355.1M FY00 BUDGET $358.0M FY01 BUDGET $400.0M ECONOMIC IMPACT (As of Sep 01) PAYROLL (COMBINED) $164.8M LOCAL PROCUREMENT $ 27.4M CONSTRUCTION $ 24.9M UTILITIES $ 8.6M *OTHER $ 8.6M TOTAL $225.7M *NOTE: Over 3,500 visitors come to Corpus Christi annually to attend seminars, conventions, and other activities hosted by CCAD, which adds another $1.8 million to the local economy.
U.S. CUSTOMS Mission: Surveillance Support Center. Provides radar coverage of the southern U.S. border, the Gulf of Mexico, the Caribbean Sea, Central and South America. 4 P-3A 4 P-3B AEW Assets: Replacement Value: $350M Flight Hours: 5,500-6,000 per year Manpower: 105 Customs/71 Contract Expansion: 2nd Hangar and Admin Facility -- $8M Project Mr. Douglas Garner Branch Chief Supports other law enforcement and defense agencies in narcotics interdiction in North, Central and South America. Fulfills national defense missions dealing with homeland security.
U.S. COAST GUARD Mission: Commanding Officer CAPT Douglas Connor Search and rescue, drug interdiction, fisheries enforcement, and pollution monitoring, maintains 1300 aids to navigation, group office. Assets: 3 HU-25 Falcon Fanjets 3 HH-65 Dolphin Helicopters 23 Floating Assets (Patrol, Aids to Navigation Boats, etc.) Area of Responsibility: Extends from Palacios, Texas, to the Mexican border Replacement Hangar: $6M Annual Flight Hours: HU-25 2400 HH-65 1935 Assigned Personnel: 32 Off/106 Enl/2 Civ SAR Responses: 310-Air Station per year 1320-Group per year IF HM-14 MOVES HERE, THEY GO INTO CG HANGAR AND CG WOULD BUILD A NEW FACILITY, LOCATION UNKNOWN. (CC INT’L AIRPORT OR NAS)