Luke AFB - Small Business Base Contracting Guidance and Assistance

Luke Air Force Base (AFB) 56th Fighter Wing

 

Luke Air Force Base (AFB) - Government contracting information and guidance for doing business with Luke AFB. Included on this web page is information about subcontracting with prime defense contractors supporting the 56th Fighter Wing and other DoD units located at Luke AFB. Below is a master list of the types of products, equipment, and services routinely procured to support operations at Luke AFB.   

  

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OVERVIEW: 

The 56th Fighter Wing is the host unit for Luke AFB. It is the world's largest fighter wing. The 56th Fighter Wing is an active-duty F-16 training units and a subordinate unit to Air Education and Training Command (AETC). The 56th Fighter Wing flies and maintains the F-35A Lightning II and F-16 Falcon jet fighters. Also located at Luke AFB is the 944th Fighter Wing, an Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC) unit. The 944th Fighter Wing trains F-16, F-15E, and A-10 pilots for the active duty U.S. Air Force, the Air Force Reserve, the Air National Guard, and allied international military partners. 

There are about 3,500 military members serving at Luke AFB. Each year, the training units at Luke AFB train and graduate over 280 pilots and approximately 350 aircraft maintenance technicians. Supporting the fighter training programs at Luke AFB are the nearby Gila Bend Air Force Auxiliary Field and the Barry M. Goldwater Range in the Sonoran desert.

 Luke Air Force Base (AFB) Map Arizona

Luke Air Force Base is located
15 miles west of Phoenix, Arizona.

Luke AFB Organizations and Tenant Units 

  • 56th Fighter Wing (56 FW)
    • 56th Operations Group
    • 56th Maintenance Group
    • 56th Mission Support Group 
    • 56th Medical Group
  • 944th Fighter Wing (944 FW)
    • 944th Operations Group
    • 944th Mission Support Group
    • 924th Fighter Group
    • 414th Fighter Group.  

Luke AFB official website:   http://www.luke.af.mil/   

Luke AFB operator and locator assistance:  623-856-1110

Luke AFB Contracting Office:  
The 56th Contracting Squadron provides contracting support and business advice to the senior leadership at Luke AFB. 

    56th Contracting Squadron (56 CONS)
    14100 W. Eagle Street
    Luke AFB, Arizona 85309 

                     Contract Specialist Phone Numbers:  
                     623-856-2730  /  623-856-3449  /  623-856-2725  /  623-856-2735

      Small Business Opportunities at Luke AFB: 
      There are numerous opportunities for small businesses who want to support base activities conducted at Luke AFB. There are also frequent subcontracting opportunities with prime defense contractors. For information about current small business opportunities at Luke AFB, contact the base small business specialist. 

       
      What types of products and services are routinely procured by Luke AFB? 
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      routinely procured commercially (or contracted for) by Luke AFB and other military
      bases and DoD organizations across the United States.  View Master List  

         

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