Homestead Air Reserve Base

Homestead Air Reserve Base is located in Southern Florida and its history dates to World War II when it was originally opened as Homestead Army Air Field to serve as a maintenance and fueling stopover for aircraft headed overseas. Throughout the years there have been many changes, but the hallmark of pride, professionalism and service to country has remained steadfast.

482nd Fighter Wing Units

Air Force Reserve Command's 482nd Fighter Wing is the host unit at Homestead Air Reserve Base, Fla. There are also tenant organizations that operate at Homestead Air Reserve Base, using the services and infrastructure of the Air Force Reserve installation.
The Air Force Reserve Command is one of ten Major Commands (MAJCOMS) in the U.S. Air Force. Within AFRC, there are three numbered air forces: 22nd Air Force, 10th Air Force and 4th Air Force. The 482nd Fighter Wing is assigned under 10th Air Force, headquartered at Naval Air Station/Joint Reserve Base Forth Worth, T.X.  Click here for the Homestead Air Reserve Base Web site

Homestead Air Reserve Base Tenant Units

Base Exchange (305) 258-3881
Dry Cleaning (305) 224-7095
Military Clothing Sales (305) 257-5719
Army & Air Force Exchange Website

Florida Air National Guard
Florida Air National Guard Website

Florida Army National Guard, 50th Area Support Group
(Located adjacent to the base)
(305) 256-6241
Florida Army National Guard Website

U.S. Customs and Border Protection
(305) 258-5550
U.S. Customs &
Border Protection Website

U.S. Coast Guard Maritime Safety and Security Team Miami (91114)
(786) 243-4800
MSST 91114 Website

Special Operations Command South
(305) 224-6357
U.S. Special Operations Command Website

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
(305) 224-7431
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Website