Major bases on closure list

The Associated Press

The 33 major military bases that the Pentagon said Friday it wants to close. The military defines “major” as bases whose replacement cost would be $100 million or greater.

They are:

Alaska
Kulis Air Guard Station

California
Riverbank Army Ammunition Plant
Naval Support Activity, Corona
Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach Concord Detachment
Onizuka Air Force Station

Connecticut
Submarine Base New London

Georgia
Fort Gillem
Fort McPherson
Naval Air Station Atlanta

Indiana
Newport Chemical Depot

Kansas
Kansas Army Ammunition Plant

Louisiana Naval Support Activity New Orleans

Maine
Naval Shipyard Portsmouth

Massachusetts
Otis Air National Guard Base

Michigan
Selfridge Army Activity
W.K. Kellogg Airport Air Guard Station

Mississippi
Mississippi Army Ammunition Plant
Naval Station Pascagoula

New Jersey Fort Monmouth

New Mexico
Cannon Air Force Base

New York
Niagara Fallas International Airport Air Guard Station

Nevada
Hawthorne Army Depot

Oregon
Umatilla Chemical Depot

Pennsylvania
Naval Air Station Willow Grove
Pittsburgh International Airport Air Reserve Station

South Dakota
Ellsworth Air Force Base

Texas
Lone Star Army Ammunition Plant
Red River Army Depot
Naval Station Ingleside
Brooks City Base

Utah
Deseret Chemical Depot

Virginia
Fort Monroe

Wisconsin
General Mitchell Air Reserve Station

Source: Department of Defense.