Here’s a look at what exactly happens at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base 

The U.S. Air Force base located in Greene and Montgomery counties houses more than 100 associate units. It performs critical work in logistics, acquisition, research and development, education and intelligence gathering for the Air Force. 

The base is also home to the U.S. Marine Corps Military Police Company C and the Naval Medical Research Unit-Dayton. 

There are 29,300 people working at the base, with 8,000 of them active duty or reserve military and the rest civilians.

These are the major units located at the base:


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