List of United States Air Force Installations - Inactive United States Air Force Installations - Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia

  • Bien Hoa Air Base, Republic of Vietnam (Closed 1973)
  • Binh Thuy Air Base, Republic of Vietnam (Closed 1971)
  • Cam Ranh Air Base, Republic of Vietnam (Closed 1972)
  • Da Nang Air Base, Republic of Vietnam (Closed 1973)
  • Don Muang Royal Thai Air Force Base, Thailand, (Closed 1970)
  • Korat Royal Thai Air Force Base, Thailand, (Closed 1975)
  • Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai Navy Base, Thailand, (Closed 1976)
  • Nha Trang Air Base, Republic of Vietnam (Closed 1971)
  • Phu Cat Air Base, Republic of Vietnam (Closed 1971)
  • Pleiku Air Base, Republic of Vietnam (Closed 1971)
  • Phan Rang Air Base, Republic of Vietnam (Closed 1972)
  • Takhli Royal Thai Air Force Base, Thailand, (Closed 1971, Reopened 1972-1974)
  • Tan Son Nhut Air Base, Republic of Vietnam (Closed 1973)
  • Tuy Hoa Air Base, Republic of Vietnam (Closed 1970)
  • U-Tapao Royal Thai Navy Airfield, Thailand, (Closed 1976)**
  • Ubon Royal Thai Air Force Base, Thailand, (Closed 1974)
  • Udorn Royal Thai Air Force Base, Thailand, (Closed 1976)

.** Note: Although active USAF use at U-Tapao ended in 1976, USAF and other DoD personnel have been temporarily deployed to the base for contingency operations in South Asia in the years since. Also U-Tapao supports various Foreign Military Sales in South Asia and DoD military personnel assigned to United States diplomatic postings in the region.

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