Davis-Monthan AFB - Small Business Base Contracting Information and Assistance

Davis-Monthan Air Force Base - 355th Fighter Wing 

 

Davis-Monthan Air Force Base (AFB) - Small business contracting information and guidance for doing business with Davis-Monthan AFB, the 355th Fighter Wing, the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group, and other on-base military units. This web page provides helpful insight regarding subcontracting opportunities with prime defense contractors working at Davis-Monthan AFB. At the bottom of this web page is a compilation of the types of services, products, and materials routinely procured by Davis-Monthan AFB organizations along with points of contact at the base contracting office.  

  

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Davis-Monthan AFB Organizations and Tenant Units 

  • 355th Fighter Wing (355 FW) 
    • 355th Operations Group
    • 355th Maintenance Group
    • 355th Mission Support Group 
    • 355th Medical Group
  • 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (AMARG)
  • Headquarters, Twelfth Air Force
  • 55th Electronic Combat Group (55 ECG) 
  • 563rd Rescue Group (563 RG)
  • 943rd Rescue Group (943 RG) 
  • 214th Reconnaissance Group (214 RG) - Arizona Air National Guard

OVERVIEW: 

Davis–Monthan Air Force Base is one of the largest installations and flying operations in the United States Air Force. Davis-Monthan AFB has over 7,500 military personnel and more than 3,000 federal civilians working on base. There are more than 100 aircraft based at Davis-Monthan AFB. 

The 355th Fighter Wing is the host unit for this Air Force installation. This wing provides A-10 Thunderbolt II (aircraft) close air support and OA-10 (aircraft) forward air controllers to ground forces worldwide. The 355th Fighter Wing also provides medical, communications, civil engineering, logistics, and operational support to all of Davis-Monthan AFB assigned units. 

The 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group is the Department of Defense's sole aircraft boneyard for excess military and government aircraft. Because of Tucson's dry climate and alkali soil, it is an ideal location for long-term aircraft storage and preservation. 

Davis-Monthan Air Force Base (AFB) Map

Davis-Monthan AFB is located
in southeast Tucson, Arizona.

Davis-Monthan AFB official website:  http://www.dm.af.mil/ 

Davis-Monthan Base Operator and Information Line:  520-228-1110

Base Contracting Support: 
Base contracting support for Davis-Monthan AFB is provided by the 355th Contracting Squadron (355th CONS). The 355th CONS manages the procurement of commercial products and services for on-base military units. It also oversees and administers the government contracting process at Davis-Monthan AFB. Recent economic impact studies have indicated that Nellis AFB and Creech AFB have combined base expenditures exceeding $3.4 billion annually.

     355th Contracting Squadron
     3180 S Craycroft Rd
     Davis Monthan AFB, Arizona 85707-3522

     Contracting Specialists Phone Numbers:
     520-228-5405  /  520-228-2213  /  520-228-2217  / 520-228-6726  /  520-228-3582 

Small Business Opportunities at Davis-Monthan AFB: 
There are numerous opportunities for small businesses who want to support base activities conducted at Davis-Monthan AFB. There are also numerous subcontracting opportunities with prime defense contractors. For information about current small business opportunities at Davis-Monthan AFB, contact the base small business specialist (DoD Small Business Directory Master List).

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What types of products and services are procured by Davis-Monthan AFB? 
We have compiled a master list of the types of products and services that are routinely procured commercially 
(or contracted for) by Davis-Monthan AFB and other military bases and DoD organizations nationwide.  View Master List  

   

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