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BRAC Rounds
1988, 1991, 1993, 1995 & 2005
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Information on BRAC Property Actions

The Department of Defense (DoD) Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) process is the congressionally authorized process for DoD to reorganize its base structure to more efficiently and effectively support DoD forces, increase operational readiness and facilitate new ways of doing business.  There have been five rounds of BRAC, with the first round authorized in 1988 under Public Law 100-526.  The next four rounds in 1991, 1993, 1995, and 2005 were authorized under Public Law 101-510.

For the Department of the Navy, the BRAC rounds resulted in 115 Navy and Marine Corps bases and activities designated for closure or realignment.  All of the closure and realignment actions have been completed.  The Department of the Navy has environmental cleanup and property disposal actions remaining at several installations.

Information on the remaining environmental cleanup and property disposal actions at the DON BRAC installations can be found on this site. You can access the Installation webpages via the Regional pages or the BRAC Year pages.

DON BRAC Conveyance Overall Status
Overall DON BRAC Installation Conveyance Mechanisms


Note: The DON BRAC Overyall Status Conveyance Chart will get updated every quarterly.

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