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Griffiss AFB


It is located in Rome, Oneida County, New York. New York City & city of Rome are some surrounding cities. The base used to server United States Air Force. The base was realigned for civilian and non-combat purposes in 1995. It is now home to the Griffiss Business and Technology Park, and it is still home to the Rome Research Site of the Air Force Research Lab. The base consists of 3552 acres. The base was realigned for civilian and non-combat purposes in 1995. No troops are based at the base. The base was realigned for civilian and non-combat purposes in 1995. It is not functional anymore. The base was built in 1942. The base is named for Lt. Col. Townsend E. Griffiss, a U.S. Army aviator who was the first U.S. airman to be killed in the line of duty in World War II. The base was realigned for civilian and non-combat purposes in 1995. It does not have any housing facilities. The base was realigned for civilian and non-combat purposes in 1995. It is not used anymore. The base was realigned for civilian and non-combat purposes in 1995. It does not have any educational institutions. The base was realigned for civilian and non-combat purposes in 1995. It does not play any training role. No defense equipments are stationed at the base.
The base was realigned for civilian and non-combat purposes in 1995. It does not house any defense personnel now. The base had not received any press lately. The base was realigned for civilian and non-combat purposes in 1995. The base was realigned for civilian and non-combat purposes in 1995. It does not participate in any mission. Missions at Griffiss AFB have included fighter interceptors, electronic research, installation, and support activities, aerial refueling, and bombers. The base was realigned for civilian and non-combat purposes in 1995. It does not have any commanding officer. There are no logos associated with the base.