AFB & PhoneLocation Descriptions & Services
Cannon AFB

β„‘πŸ“ž  575-904-5830

We support nine flying squadrons comprised of several different Special Forces airframes; MQ-9, MC-130J, AC-130W, CV-22, U-28A, C-146A and transient aircraft. We are also required to provide a refueling mission at Melrose Air Force Range (MAFR) that is a geographically separated entity.

Davis-Monthan AFB

β„‘πŸ“ž  520-228-8359

The Team at Davis-Monthan AFB is responsible for the operation and maintenance of three 2.5 million gallon aviation fuel storage tanks, and a 4-point truck fillstand facilities with 4170 linear feet of pipelines on a rough footprint of 25 acres.

Dover AFB

β„‘πŸ“ž  302-677-5406

Home to the C-5M Super Galaxy and C-17A Globemaster III aircraft, the Eagle Wing flies hundreds of missions throughout the world and provides 25 percent of the Nation’s strategic airlift capability, projecting global reach to over 100 countries around the globe.

Laurel Warehouse

β„‘πŸ“ž  240-370-6733

We provide warehouse personnel that have experience working within a warehouse, have SAP knowledge, and operate forklifts and pallet jacks.

Hill AFB

β„‘πŸ“ž  801-777-7993

The 75th Air Base Wing, which serves as Hill Air Force Base’s host organization, and the Fuels Flight provides fuel support to the Ogden Air Logistics Complex. In addition, the wing supports the 388th and 419th Fighter Wings which maintains F-16 and F-35 aircraft. The Ogden Air Logistics Complex provides depot support to the following airframes; the F-35, F-22, F-16, A-10, C-130 H, and T-38.

JB McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst

β„‘πŸ“ž  732-657-0607

We ensure the safe, accurate, and timely receipt, storage, transfer, issue, and accountability of all petroleum products. We perform required maintenance to ensure facilities, associated systems, vehicles, and equipment remain operational to meet the base mission.

Little Rock AFB

β„‘πŸ“ž  501-987-6967

Home to two airlift wings with six C-130 squadrons consisting of 64 aircraft conducting operations and training. The installation is the sole DoD C-130 training base, Air National Guard C-130 airlift wing, Air Combat Command weapons squadron, and Air Force Reserve Command aerial port squadron.

Luke AFB

β„‘πŸ“ž  623-856-6205

We are responsible for receiving, storing and issuing over 52 million gallons of aviation fuel and ground fuel products annually to the Air Education and Training Command’s (AETC) 56th Fighter Wing. We provide direct support of the F-35 Lightning II and F-16 Fighting Falcon while maintaining command and control of all fuels assets.

JB McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst

β„‘πŸ“ž  609-754-8320

The base is home to five wings. Across the five wings the Fuels Management Team supports 88 mission partners and 120 joint service aircraft (KC-10s, C-17s, C-12s, C-130s, AH-1Ws, CH-53Es, UC-35s, UH-1Ys and various TDY/transient aircraft).

Minot AFB

β„‘πŸ“ž  701-723-3901

The only dual-wing nuclear capable base in the Air Force, hosting two legs of the Strategic Triad. The 5th Bomb Wing operates 26 B-52 aircraft, and the 91st Missile Wing operates 150 ICBM sites. The 54th Helicopter Squadron operates 8 UH-1N helicopters to support the security of the 8,500 square mile Missile Facility Complex.

Mountain Home AFB

β„‘πŸ“ž  208-828-1730

The 366th Fighter Wing is home to three fighter squadrons: the 389th Fighter Squadron, 391st Fighter Squadron and a Republic of Singapore 428th Fighter Squadron. The wing has the firepower of more than 50 F-15E Strike Eagle aircraft and 12 Republic of Singapore Air Force F-15SG aircraft.

Nellis AFB

β„‘πŸ“ž  702-652-0085

We support the most dynamic Fuels Management Flight operation in the CONUS, supporting one of the largest fighter bases in the world. The base is the third busiest fuels operation in the Air Force issuing 63M gals of JAA annually, facilitating 37K combat training sorties and receives and issues 123M gals of JAA annually, a huge throughput for a 2.7M gallon system.

Seymour Johnson AFB

β„‘πŸ“ž  919-722-0051

The 4 FW provides fuel to four 5 flying squadrons; 3 active components and 2 training. The aircraft totals are 96 F-15E’s and 14 KC-135s. The fuel facility receives fuel from our storage counterpart every day. The base had 5 storage tanks and 2 hydrant tanks and averages a little around 4 million gallons issued a month.

Shaw AFB

β„‘πŸ“ž  803-895-9912

Home to the largest combat coded F-16 wing in the Air Force. Our daily mission is to provide world class fuel support to maintain 3 squadrons of F-16CM, totaling 79 aircraft. The Flight operates 16 R-11 refuelers and issues approximately 1 million gallons of Jet-A a month with an estimated 18% of which being issued through Hot Refuel Operations.

Vance AFB

β„‘πŸ“ž  580-540-9812

The mission of the 71st Flying Training Wing is to deliver world-class U.S. pilots, develop resilient Airmen and families, deploy ready Airmen and demonstrate our β€œVance Proud” culture. The wing operates over 200 aircraft, flies more than 50,000 sorties annually and logs more than 74,000 flying hours in the T-1A Jayhawk, T-6A Texan II and T-38C Talon. More than 300 U.S. Air Force student pilots graduate from pilot training at Vance each year.