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MAP BOOK MAJOR MILITARY INSTALLATIONS
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE WASHINGTON HEADQUARTERS SERVICES DIRECTORATE FOR INFORMATION OPERATIONS
OWNED OR LEASED BY
NOVEMBER 30, 1980
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
This MAP BOOK contain the major installations and activities of the Military Departments within the United States including Alaska and Hawaii. This includes both command installations and industrial installations owned or leased by the Army, Navy and Air Force. Government-owned industrial installations operated by contractors are included; however, installations with mixed facilities (part Government, part contractor ownership) are not included. A supplemental list of the industrial installations for each Military Department is also included.
Army - Those installations designated by the Army as subinstallations and as major activities are indicated by asterisks in the index shown on pages 3-6. Major activities are indicated by a single asterisk (*) and subinstallations by a double asterisk (**). In addition, the parent installation into which the subinstallation or major activity fits is shown in a supplemental index, List B. The association between the Army parent installation and subinstallations is not shown on the maps because, in many instances, the subinstallations are separated from the parent installation by a considerable distance.
Navy - Those major activities which tie into a "complex" or are Tocated thereat are designated by asterisk on pages 7-11.
This relationship is shown in parenthesis, indentation, or bracketing on the maps.
Air Force - Those installations designated as subinstallations are indicated by a double asterisk (**) in the list of pages 12 and 13. The parent installation is shown in parenthesis under the name of the subinstallation on the maps.
Source documents showing departmental installations and activities are:
United States Army Installations and Major Activities in the continental United States - Department of the Army Pamphlet No. 210-1, April 1976, as amended August 31, 1978.
Catalog of Naval Shore Activities, January 1,
Bases, Units, and priorities,
In many instances, both the individual state maps and the indexes shown on pages 3 through 17, abbreviations are used. For the most part, these are generally accepted terms such as "ord" for ordnance; "ind" for industrial; "IN" for inactive, etc. In the event the abbreviation is not recognizable readily, refer to page 18.