DEFENSE SPENDING BY STATE

FISCAL YEAR 2017

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U.S. Department of Defense
Office of Economic Adjustment


TABLE OF CONTENTS

PREFACE

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

STATE AND DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA SUMMARY TABLE

HOW TO READ THIS REPORT

UNITED STATES OVERVIEW

STATE AND DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PROFILES

Alabama

Alaska

Arizona

Arkansas

California

Colorado

Connecticut

Delaware

District of Columbia

Florida

Georgia

Hawaii

Idaho

Illinois

Indiana

Iowa

Kansas

Kentucky

Louisiana

Maine

Maryland

Massachusetts

Michigan

Minnesota

Mississippi

Missouri

Montana

Nebraska

Nevada

New Hampshire

New Jersey

New Mexico

New York

North Carolina

North Dakota

Ohio

Oklahoma

Oregon

Pennsylvania

Rhode Island

South Carolina

South Dakota

Tennessee

Texas

Utah

Vermont

Virginia

Washington

West Virginia

Wisconsin

Wyoming

APPENDIX 1: MILITARY INSTALLATIONS

APPENDIX 2: METHODOLOGY

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PREFACE

This report documents the results of a state-by-state analysis of spending by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) during Fiscal Year 2017 in the 50 states and the District of Columbia. The findings are presented in graphs and tables, and include a range of indicators, such as the total spending figures, the categories of goods and services on which funds were spent, the major defense vendors, and the numbers of defense personnel. The report may be used as a source of information and statistics on links between defense spending and a state's economy, particularly in relation to defense-related employment and industry, as well as how defense spending received by a state compares with other states.

Conducted between June 2018 and November 2018, the analysis primarily entailed an examination of DoD prime and sub-contract award data and of defense personnel and payroll figures, which become reliable for analysis in March of each year. This report's findings are drawn from numerous sources, including the DoD's Defense Manpower Data Center; the U.S. Department of Commerce's Bureau of Economic Analysis and Census Bureau; and USASpending.gov, which is managed by the U.S. Department of the Treasury.

The DoD Office of Economic Adjustment worked with the Federal Research Division within the Library of Congress to produce this report. The analysts involved were Katarina David, Wm. NoŽl Ivey, Carson Sievert, Alan Stone, and Colin Wood. Liz Chimienti at DoD's Office of Economic Adjustment provided support throughout the project.

This research benefited from the guidance and advice of experts at the U.S. Department of the Treasury, the Center for Strategic and International Studies, the American Enterprise Institute, the Brookings Institution, and the Center for a New American Security.

Please direct any questions or suggestions for future reports to Tara Butler, Program Director for Intergovernmental Affairs, DoD Office of Economic Adjustment, via email at tara.a.butler4.civ@mail.mil.

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Over the course of Fiscal Year (FY) 2017, the Department of Defense's (DoD) budget authority rose from $595.7 billion in FY 2016 to $626.2 billion.1 This marked the second year of increases for the Department. DoD's budget had declined for most of the period from FY 2010 through FY 2015 due to the drawdown of troops in Iraq and Afghanistan and restrictions and caps under the Budget Control Act of 2011. Though a significant increase, the FY 2017 funds were appropriated in two different bills: a December 2016 Continuing Resolution that added funds to Overseas Contingency Operations, and a May 2017 omnibus package. While operating on a Continuing Resolution for more than half of the fiscal year, DoD could not start new projects or activities for which funds were not available in the previous fiscal year. As a result, the real growth in DoD's outlays (the amount actually spent) in FY 2017 declined 1.2% from the prior fiscal year.2

Background and Methodology

This report provides an overview of the linkages between defense spending and the economies of the 50 states and the District of Columbia for FY 2017. It highlights factors such as the reliance of regions on military bases and private contractors, which can be used to assess potential exposure to fluctuations in defense spending and to target assistance to create more resilient communities and companies. The contractual data for this report was obtained from USASpending.gov. Since an obligation can take several years to complete and may require parts or services from multiple subcontractors, the raw data was adjusted for the place of performance of subawards and the length of prime contracts. The payroll data and personnel counts used in this report come from DoD's Defense Manpower Data Center. These reflect gross pay over the course of the fiscal year for all active duty, civilian, National Guard, and Reserve personnel in the 50 states and the District of Columbia.3 The personnel counts are a snapshot as of the end of the fiscal year. This is a change from the Defense Spending by State Fiscal Year 2016 report, which reflected cumulative totals for each county over the fiscal year. More details on the methodology and sources of data can be found in appendix 2.

Overview

In FY 2017, DoD spent $404.4 billion on contracts and payroll in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, approximately $1,454 per U.S. resident. This spending accounted for 2.3 percent of the country's gross domestic product (GDP) in 2017, and was higher as a share of GDP than the $378.5 billion spent in FY 2016. Of these funds, $271.7 billion (67 percent) was spent on contracts for various products and services, while the remaining $132.7 billion (33 percent) paid the salaries of DoD personnel. Most contract spending went to supplies and equipment (51 percent) or services (38 percent). The remainder supported research and development (8 percent) or construction (3 percent). Half of personnel pay was allocated to active duty military (50 percent), with the remaining half split between civilians (34 percent) and those in the National Guard and the Reserves (16 percent). With regard to total defense spending by state, funding varied from $377.3 million in Wyoming to $48.8 billion in California, averaging $7.93 billion per state. Almost 59 percent of that funding ($238.5 billion) went to 10 states (see Table 1). However, if this funding is examined as a component of the states' economies, a slightly different picture emerges. On average, defense spending accounted for 2.3 percent of all states' GDP in FY 2017, ranging from 0.5 percent in Oregon to 8.9 percent in Virginia. The defense spending of $1.3 billion in Oregon, for example, was a small portion of its $240.7 billion GDP, while Virginia's $46.1 billion in defense spending accounted for a relatively larger segment of its $517.6 billion GDP. The ten states with the highest defense spending as a percent of state GDP are shown in Table 2.

Table 1: Top 10 States by Total Defense Spending (in Billions)

RANK STATE SPENDING
1 California $48.8
2 Virginia $46.1
3 Texas $37.3
4 Maryland $21.0
5 Florida $19.0
6 Washington $15.1
7 Connecticut $15.0
8 Georgia $13.1
9 Pennsylvania $12.1
10 Alabama $10.9
Total for Top Ten $238.5
Total for 50 states and DC $404.4

Table 2: Top 10 States by Defense Spending as Percentage of State GDP

RANK STATE PERCENTAGE
1 Virginia 8.9
2 Hawaii 7.2
3 Connecticut 5.6
4 Alaska 5.4
5 Maryland 5.3
6 Alabama 5.1
7 District of Columbia 4.5
8 Mississippi 4.2
9 Maine 4.1
10 Kentucky 4.0

When reviewing the state totals in terms of defense contract and personnel spending, it is apparent that some states received substantial funds for both categories, while some states received relatively high amounts for either contracts or personnel. For instance, 10 states received 61.4 percent ($166.9 billion) of all defense contract spending, most of which were also among the top 10 recipients of defense spending overall. Of the top ten states by defense contract spending, only two Ė Arizona and Massachusetts Ė were not among the top ten states by overall defense spending (see Table 3). Similarly, some of the states that received the highest totals of defense personnel spending (e.g., Colorado, Hawaii, and North Carolina) were not among the top recipients overall (see Table 4).

Table 3: Top 10 States by Defense Contract Spending (in Billions)

RANK STATE SPENDING
1 California $35.2
2 Virginia $30.5
3 Texas $26.6
4 Connecticut $14.4
5 Maryland $13.8
6 Florida $12.5
7 Washington $9.7
8 Pennsylvania $9.4
9 Massachusetts $9.3
10 Arizona $8.1
Total for Top Ten $166.9
Total for 50 states and DC $271.7

Table 4: Top 10 States by Defense Personnel Spending (in Billions)

RANK STATE SPENDING
1 Virginia $15.6
2 California $13.6
3 Texas $10.7
4 Maryland $7.2
5 North Carolina $7.0
6 Florida $6.5
7 Georgia $6.1
8 Washington $5.5
9 Hawaii $4.6
10 Colorado $3.3
Total for Top Ten $71.5
Total for 50 states and DC $132.7

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SUMMARY TABLE

How to Read and Use the Information in This Table.

This table showcases U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) contract and personnel spending data for all 50 states and the District of Columbia (listed alphabetically) in fiscal year (FY) 2017, which can be used to provide information and statistics about various topics, such as:

The columns show the following variables:

  1. Defense Spending as a Share of GDP identifies the total amount of defense spending (i.e., contracts and payroll) per state as a share of that state's GDP. This provides an understanding of the degree to which a state's economic health depends on such funding and how vulnerable a state is to DoD spending changes.
  2. State Share of Total U.S. Defense Spending calculates each state's share of total defense spending (i.e., contract spending and payroll in the 50 states plus the District of Columbia), which helps to identify the largest and smallest recipients of DoD funding.
  3. Defense Spending per Resident is the amount DoD spent per resident in a state or the District of Columbia on defense contracts and payroll. Like 'Defense Spending as a Share of GDP,' it shows a state's relative dependence on and vulnerability to change in this type of support.
  4. Total Contract and Payroll Spending is the sum of all DoD payroll and contract spending in a state or the District of Columbia.
  5. Total Contract Spending shows the amount DoD spent on contracts in a given state or the District of Columbia.
  6. Total Payroll is the gross pay received by active duty, civilian, National Guard, or Reserve personnel with an assigned or duty location in a state or the District of Columbia during FY 2017. These figures, as well as those in columns 7Ė9, do not include benefits for current or former defense personnel.
  7. Civilian Pay shows the total gross pay to DoD civilian personnel in FY 2017.
  8. Military Active Duty Pay equals the total gross pay to active duty personnel in FY 2017.
  9. National Guard & Reserve Pay refers to the total grossm pay received by National Guard or Reserve personnel in FY 2017.
  10. Ranking by Defense Spending as a Share of State GDP indicates a state's placement among the 51 profiles with respect to the total amount of defense spending (i.e., contracts and payroll) as a share of that state's GDP.
  11. Ranking by Total Defense Spending likewise indicates a state's placement among the 51 profiles. Detailed information on the methodology for these statistics is included in appendix 2.
Defense Spending as a Share Of GDP (Percentage) State Share of Total U.S. Defense Spending (Percentage) Defense Spending per Resident (in Dollars) Total Contract and Payroll Spending (in Billions of Dollars) Total Contract Spending (in Billions of Dollars) Total Payroll (in Billions of Dollars) Civilian Pay (in Billions of Dollars) Military Active Duty Pay National Guard and Reserve Pay Ranking by Defense Spending as a Share of State GDP Ranking by Total Defense Spending
Alabama 5.1 2.7 2,231 10.9 7.8 3.1 2.1 0.6 0.4 6 10
Alaska 5.4 0.7 3,949 2.9 1.3 1.6 0.4 1.1 0.2 4 32
Arizona 3.0 2.5 1,423 10.0 8.1 1.9 0.6 1.0 0.3 12 13
Arkansas 0.9 0.3 368 1.1 0.4 0.7 0.2 0.2 0.3 43 43
California 1.7 12.1 1,234 48.8 35.2 13.6 5.0 7.5 1.2 27 1
Colorado 2.4 2.0 1,475 8.3 5.0 3.3 0.9 2.1 0.3 17 16
Connecticut 5.6 3.7 4,169 15.0 14.4 0.6 0.2 0.2 0.1 3 7
Delaware 0.7 0.1 583 0.6 0.2 0.4 0.1 0.2 0.1 48 47
District of Columbia 4.5 1.5 8,705 6.0 3.7 2.4 1.4 0.8 0.2 7 22
Florida 1.9 4.7 907 19.0 12.5 6.5 2.4 3.3 0.8 22 5
Georgia 2.3 3.2 1,258 13.1 7.1 6.1 2.2 3.3 0.6 18 8
Hawaii 7.2 1.6 4,518 6.4 1.8 4.6 1.6 2.8 0.3 2 21
Idaho 0.8 0.1 339 0.6 0.2 0.4 0.1 0.2 0.1 45 45
Illinois 0.9 1.9 598 7.6 5.4 2.3 1.0 0.8 0.4 41 18
Indiana 1.3 1.1 685 4.6 3.3 1.2 0.8 0.1 0.3 34 27
Iowa 0.9 0.4 568 1.8 1.5 0.3 0.1 0.0 0.2 40 38
Kansas 1.9 0.8 1,052 3.1 1.1 2.0 0.5 1.3 0.2 24 30
Kentucky 4.0 2.0 1,830 8.2 5.4 2.8 0.7 1.8 0.3 10 17
Louisiana 1.3 0.8 699 3.3 1.7 1.6 0.4 0.8 0.4 32 29
Maine 4.1 0.6 1,910 2.6 1.9 0.7 0.6 0.0 0.1 9 35
Maryland 5.3 5.2 3,478 21.0 13.8 7.2 4.5 2.2 0.5 5 4
Massachusetts 1.9 2.6 1,509 10.4 9.3 1.0 0.6 0.2 0.3 23 11
Michigan 0.8 1.0 386 3.8 2.7 1.2 0.8 0.1 0.3 46 28
Minnesota 1.3 1.1 823 4.6 4.1 0.5 0.2 0.0 0.3 33 26
Mississippi 4.2 1.2 1,585 4.7 3.2 1.5 0.6 0.5 0.3 8 25
Missouri 2.9 2.2 1,471 9.0 7.4 1.6 0.5 0.7 0.4 14 15
Montana 1.0 0.1 447 0.5 0.2 0.3 0.1 0.1 0.1 39 49
Nebraska 1.2 0.4 770 1.5 0.7 0.8 0.3 0.4 0.1 35 40
Nevada 1.4 0.6 751 2.3 1.3 0.9 0.2 0.6 0.2 29 37
New Hampshire 2.1 0.4 1,308 1.8 1.5 0.2 0.1 0.0 0.1 20 39
New Jersey 1.1 1.6 727 6.5 4.8 1.7 0.9 0.4 0.4 37 20
New Mexico 2.6 0.6 1,214 2.5 1.3 1.3 0.5 0.7 0.1 15 36
New York 0.6 2.3 462 9.2 6.5 2.6 0.8 1.2 0.7 50 14
North Carolina 1.9 2.6 1,006 10.3 3.3 7.0 1.3 5.2 0.5 25 12
North Dakota 1.3 0.2 998 0.8 0.2 0.6 0.1 0.4 0.1 30 44
Ohio 1.0 1.7 594 6.9 3.9 3.0 2.1 0.4 0.5 38 19
Oklahoma 3.1 1.5 1,526 6.0 3.1 2.9 1.7 0.9 0.3 11 23
Oregon 0.5 0.3 318 1.3 0.9 0.5 0.2 0.0 0.2 51 42
Pennsylvania 1.6 3.0 943 12.1 9.4 2.6 1.8 0.2 0.6 28 9
Rhode Island 2.4 0.4 1,358 1.4 0.6 0.8 0.4 0.2 0.1 16 41
South Carolina 2.3 1.3 1,013 5.1 2.5 2.6 0.7 1.6 0.4 19 24
South Dakota 1.1 0.1 629 0.5 0.2 0.3 0.1 0.2 0.1 36 48
Tennessee 0.7 0.7 393 2.6 1.7 0.9 0.4 0.2 0.4 47 34
Texas 2.1 9.2 1,318 37.3 26.6 10.7 3.4 6.2 1.1 21 3
Utah 1.8 0.7 977 3.0 1.4 1.6 1.1 0.2 0.3 26 31
Vermont 1.3 0.1 705 0.4 0.3 0.1 0.0 0.0 0.1 31 50
Virginia 8.9 11.4 5,443 46.1 30.5 15.6 8.3 6.4 0.8 1 2
Washington 2.9 3.7 2,046 15.1 9.7 5.5 2.4 2.7 0.4 13 6
West Virginia 0.7 0.1 314 0.6 0.3 0.3 0.1 0.0 0.2 49 46
Wisconsin 0.9 0.7 487 2.8 2.3 0.5 0.2 0.1 0.3 44 33
Wyoming 0.9 0.1 651 0.4 0.1 0.3 0.1 0.2 0.1 42 51
U.S. Average/Total 2.3 100.0 1,454 404.4 271.7 132.7 55.8 60.1 16.8 N/A N/A

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HOW TO READ THIS REPORT

The following information briefly describes the statistics listed in the state profiles throughout this report. A listing of military installations by state and county can be found in appendix 1. More detailed information on the methodology is included in appendix 2.

Reference image of the left-side page of a sample state profile in the PDF report identifying each metric of defense spending with a letter.

DEFENSE CONTRACTS

  1. Defense Contracts refers to U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) spending through contracts during fiscal year (FY) 2017 (i.e., October 1, 2016 through September 30, 2017). All contract data are from USASpending.gov and include prime awards the DoD made to private- and public-sector contractors adjusted for the period of performance and subawards that prime award recipients provided to sub-contractors in the fiscal year.
  2. Defense Contracts, By Type represents the proportions of total prime award spending in a state that went to four product and service categories: construction; research and development; services; and supplies and equipment. The DoD's Procurement and Acquisition Policy was used to categorize spending on the products and services identified by the product service code listed in each prime award record. Sub-award data are not included in this statistic as such records do not contain a code or any other product or service identifier.
  3. Defense Contracts, By Service is the percentage of defense contract spending that was contracted or funded by the Military Services or other defense activities in a state or the District of Columbia. This category includes the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Joint Chiefs of Staff, Inspector General (DoD), U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces, Defense Agencies and the Defense Field Activities. These figures include prime awards and sub-awards since both records have fields that identify the federal agency that contracted or funded the award.
  4. Top Defense Contractors lists the private- and public-sector vendors that were among the ten largest recipients of DoD spending in a state or the District of Columbia. These figures are adjusted to reflect the place of performance for prime and sub-awards, and the period of performance of the prime awards (see appendix 2 for details)
  5. Contract Awards Performed by Fiscal Year represents the total defense contract awards in a state or the District of Columbia for each fiscal year from FY 2010 through FY 2017. These figures are adjusted to reflect the place of performance for prime and sub-awards, and the period of performance for prime awards (see appendix 2 for details).

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

  1. Defense Personnel includes total active duty, civilian, National Guard, and Reserve personnel in a state or the District of Columbia on September 30, 2017. Defense payroll figures are the total gross pay received by those personnel in FY 2017. The states and counties refer to the duty locations for active duty and civilian personnel. National Guard and Reserve personnel figures are based on assigned locations. These data are from the DoD's Defense Manpower Data Center.
  2. Allocations, By Type indicates the proportions of total defense personnel with an assigned or duty location in a state or the District of Columbia who were active duty, civilian, National Guard or Reserve personnel on September 30, 2017.
  3. Allocations, By Service represents a snapshot of the proportion of total defense personnel across the Military Services and other DoD activities with an assigned or duty location in a state or the District of Columbia on September 30, 2017.
  4. Total Payroll and Personnel is the total gross pay during FY 2017 and count of all active duty, civilian, National Guard or Reserve personnel with an assigned or duty location in a state or the District of Columbia on September 30, 2017. Pension payments and other benefits are not included in the payroll figure.
  5. Top Defense Personnel Locations lists the ten counties with the highest numbers of defense personnel reported on September 30, 2017. Personnel numbers are not disclosedóindicated by "ND"ófor counties in which the numbers of active duty, civilian, or total personnel are less than ten to protect those individuals' personally identifiable information.
  6. Dollars Spent in State is the combined total of defense contract spending and defense personnel spending in a state or the District of Columbia during FY 2017. The ranking above this statistic indicates a state's placement among the 51 profiles.
  7. Percent of State GDP represents the combined total of defense contract and personnel spending as a proportion of a state or the District of Columbia's GDP in 2017. State GDP is the total value of all goods and services produced in a given year; these data are from the U.S. Department of Commerce's Bureau of Economic Analysis. The ranking above this statistic indicates a state's placement among the 51 profiles.
  8. % of Total U.S. Defense Spending is the combined total of defense contract and personnel spending in a state or the District of Columbia as a proportion of the DoD's contract and personnel spending in all 50 states and the District of Columbia in FY 2017.
  9. $ per Resident highlights combined total defense contract and personnel spending in a state or the District of Columbia divided by the state's population. These population figures are June 2017 estimates by the U.S. Department of Commerce's Census Bureau.
  10. Contract Spending is the total amount the DoD spent on products and services in a state or the District of Columbia during FY 2017. The ranking above this statistic indicates a state's placement among the 51 profiles.
  11. Number of Personnel indicates the total number of active duty, civilian, National Guard, or Reserve personnel with an assigned or duty location in a state or the District of Columbia on September 30, 2017. The ranking above this statistic indicates a state's placement among the 51 profiles.
  12. Personnel Spending totals the gross pay received by active duty, civilian, National Guard, or Reserve personnel with an assigned or duty location in a state or the District of Columbia during FY 2017. This figure does not include pension payments or other benefits. The ranking above this statistic indicates a state's placement among the 51 profiles.

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TOP DEFENSE CONTRACT SPENDING LOCATIONS

  1. Top Defense Contract Spending Locations lists and shows the ten counties (or independent cities) in a state with the highest defense contract spending in FY 2017. For states with fewer than ten counties, all counties are identified. The District of Columbia is the only jurisdiction represented by a single location.

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

  1. Top Defense Personnel Spending Locations lists and shows the ten counties (or independent cities) within a state with the highest gross pay received by active duty, civilian, National Guard, or Reserve personnel during FY 2017. For states with fewer than ten counties, all counties are identified. The District of Columbia is the only jurisdiction represented by a single location.

Caveat for the Personnel Counts in this Report: Readers are cautioned not to compare changes in personnel by county from the Defense Spending by State FY 2016 report to the FY 2017 report as the differences are likely due to changes in this report's source of personnel data. This report reflects DMDC data for all personnel corresponding to a single snapshot in time (September 30, 2017) rather than over the course of the fiscal year.

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UNITED STATES

Total spent: $404.4 B
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 2.3%
Spending per resident: 1,454
Contract spending: $271.7 B
Number of personnel: 2.1 M
Personnel spending: $132.7 B

DEFENSE CONTRACTS

By Type

Pie chart.

Category Percentage
Construction 3%
Research and Development 8%
Service 38%
Supplies and Equipment 51%

By Service

Bar chart.

Service Percentage
Army 24%
Navy/Marines 31%
Air Force 22%
Other Defense 23%

Top Defense Contractors

B=billions

Contractor Name Dollars
Lockheed Martin $30.5 B
Boeing $22.0 B
General Dynamics $13.5 B
Raytheon $11.8 B
Northrop Grumman $11.5 B
United Technologies $6.6 B
L3 Technologies $4.5 B
BAE Systems $3.5 B
Huntington Ingalls $3.5 B
Humana $3.2 B

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Fiscal Year Dollars
2010 $316.0 B
2011 $313.3 B
2012 $303.1 B
2013 $285.5 B
2014 $270.2 B
2015 $260.5 B
2016 $256.4 B
2017 $271.7 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.

Service Percentage
Active Duty 50%
Civilian 34%
National Guard/Reserve 16%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.

Service Percentage
Army 50%
Navy/Marines 24%
Air Force 23%
Other Defense 3%

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
San Diego, CA 103,295 76,377 23,053
Bexar, TX 61,795 35,250 22,118
Cumberland, NC 58,118 46,804 10,208
Honolulu, HI 57,273 35,148 18,749
El Paso, CO 42,757 32,014 8,692
Onslow, NC 40,895 36,993 3,673
Pierce, WA 40,525 29,749 7,540
Bell, TX 38,117 32,071 5,543
Norfolk City, VA 34,492 16,510 16,204
El Paso, TX 30,570 25,339 4,064

Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

TOP DEFENSE CONTRACT SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the 50 states and the District of Columbia.

B=billions.

Location Dollars
Fairfax County, VA $13.7 B
Tarrant County, TX $13.0 B
San Diego County, CA $9.2 B
King County, WA $8.1 B
Saint Louis County, MO $7.2 B
New London County, CT $7.0 B
Madison County, AL $5.7 B
Los Angeles County, CA $5.3 B
Middlesex County, MA $5.1 B
Santa Clara County, CA $4.8 B

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the 50 states and the District of Columbia.

B=billions.

Location Dollars
San Diego County, CA $6.7 B
Honolulu County, HI $4.5 B
Bexar County, TX $3.8 B
Cumberland County, NC $3.7 B
Norfolk City, VA $2.8 B
El Paso County, CO $2.7 B
Pierce County, WA $2.5 B
District of Columbia, DC $2.3 B
Bell County, TX $2.1 B
Fairfax County, VA $2.0 B

Data sources: DoD's Defense Manpower Data Center; DoD's Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoD's Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

TOTAL SPENDING

Choropleth map presenting distribution of total defense spending across the 50 states and the District of Columbia.

Map legend.

TOP 10 STATES BY TOTAL SPENDING

B=billions.

Location Dollars
California $48.8 B
Virginia $46.1 B
Texas $37.3 B
Maryland $21.0 B
Florida $19.0 B
Washington $15.1 B
Connecticut $15.0 B
Georgia $13.1 B
Pennsylvania $12.1 B
Alabama $10.9 B

TOTAL SPENDING AS PERCENTAGE OF STATE GDP

Choropleth map presenting distribution of defense spending as a percentage of GDP across the 50 states and the District of Columbia.

Map legend.

TOP 10 STATES BY TOTAL SPENDING AS PERCENTAGE OF GDP

Location Percentage
Virginia 8.91%
Hawaii 7.22%
Connecticut 5.63%
Alaska 5.37%
Maryland 5.25%
Alabama 5.09%
District of Columbia 4.51%
Mississippi 4.17%
Maine 4.08%
Kentucky 3.96%

CONTRACT SPENDING

Choropleth map presenting distribution of total contract spending across the 50 states and the District of Columbia.

Map legend.

TOP 10 STATES BY CONTRACT SPENDING

B=billions.

Location Dollars
California $35.2 B
Virginia $30.5 B
Texas $26.6 B
Connecticut $14.4 B
Maryland $13.8 B
Florida $12.5 B
Washington $9.7 B
Pennsylvania $9.4 B
Massachusetts $9.3 B
Arizona $8.1 B

PERSONNEL SPENDING

Choropleth map presenting distribution of personnel spending across the 50 states and the District of Columbia.

Map legend.

TOP 10 STATES BY PERSONNEL SPENDING

B=billions

Location Dollars
Virginia $15.6 B
California $13.6 B
Texas $10.7 B
Maryland $7.2 B
North Carolina $7.0 B
Florida $6.5 B
Georgia $6.1 B
Washington $5.5 B
Hawaii $4.6 B
Colorado $3.3 B

PERSONNEL NUMBERS

Choropleth map presenting distribution of personnel counts across the 50 states and the District of Columbia.

Map legend.

TOP 10 STATES BY PERSONNEL NUMBERS

K=Thousands.

Location Personnel
California 212 K
Virginia 194 K
Texas 185 K
North Carolina 127 K
Georgia 108 K
Florida 99 K
Washington 85 K
Maryland 81 K
Hawaii 59 K
South Carolina 55 K

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ALABAMA


Total spent: $10.9 B (Ranked 10)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 5.1% (Ranked 6)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 2.7%
Spending per resident: $2,231
Contract spending: $7.8 B (Ranked 11)
Number of personnel: 39,741 (Ranked 17)
Personnel spending: $3.1 B (Ranked 11)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 1%
Research and Development 11%
Service 50%
Supplies and Equipment 37%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 56%
Navy/Marines 11%
Air Force 5%
Other Defense 28%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions B=billions)

Contractor Name Dollars
Boeing $1.2 B
L3 Technologies $564.6 M
SAIC $510.1 M
Austal $413.5 M
Redstone Defense Systems $287.1 M
Torch Technologies $233.1 M
Intuitive Research and Technology $209.2 M
Science and Engineering Services $207.0 M
Lockheed Martin $203.8 M
Bechtel Group $195.0 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $8.0 B
2011 $9.0 B
2012 $8.9 B
2013 $7.7 B
2014 $8.3 B
2015 $8.5 B
2016 $7.6 B
2017 $7.8 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 20%
Civilian 60%
National Guard/Reserve 20%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 68%
Navy/Marines 5%
Air Force 23%
Other Defense 4%

Total Payroll: $3.1 B

Total Personnel: 39,741

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Madison 14,751 751 13,531
Montgomery 7,870 2,905 3,119
Dale 6,014 3,648 2,277
Calhoun 3,763 57 3,151
Jefferson 2,306 303 438
Mobile 1,380 36 731
Lee 312 59 22
Houston 257 41 35
Tuscaloosa 241 15 74
Coffee 204 ND 105
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

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Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Alabama with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Madison $5.7 B
Dale $825.2 M
Mobile $750.7 M
Montgomery $216.4 M
Calhoun $153.9 M
Tuscaloosa $79.2 M
Talladega $63.2 M
Limestone $59.8 M
Jefferson $58.2 M
Dallas $53.7 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Alabama with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Madison $1.5 B
Montgomery $529.8 M
Dale $391.0 M
Calhoun $235.0 M
Jefferson $153.7 M
Mobile $88.7 M
Lee $13.8 M
Tuscaloosa $13.7 M
Houston $12.3 M
Coffee $9.0 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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ALASKA


Total spent: $2.9 B (Ranked 32)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 5.4% (Ranked 4)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 0.7%
Spending per resident: $3,949
Contract spending: $1.3 B (Ranked 38)
Number of personnel: 24,549 (Ranked 25)
Personnel spending: $1.6 B (Ranked 23)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 11%
Research and Development 3%
Service 65%
Supplies and Equipment 21%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 38%
Navy/Marines 7%
Air Force 32%
Other Defense 23%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions)

Contractor Name Dollars
Arctic Slope Regional Corp. $137.9 M
Chugach Alaska Corp. $60.9 M
BAE Systems $56.9 M
Calista $48.5 M
ARCTEC Alaska, JV $37.7 M
NANA Regional Corp. $35.8 M
Usibelli Coal Mine $34.6 M
Cook Inlet Region $33.5 M
Crowley $27.8 M
Afognak Native Corp. $25.9 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $1.9 B
2011 $1.7 B
2012 $1.8 B
2013 $1.5 B
2014 $1.5 B
2015 $1.5 B
2016 $1.3 B
2017 $1.3 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 72%
Civilian 21%
National Guard/Reserve 7%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 48%
Navy/Marines 1%
Air Force 43%
Other Defense 9%

Total Payroll: $1.6 B

Total Personnel: 24,549

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Anchorage Municipality 13,533 9,177 3,153
Fairbanks North Star 10,249 8,310 1,607
Southeast Fairbanks Census Area 365 ND 292
Denali 100 30 33
Matanuska-Susitna 68 ND ND
Kodiak Island 43 16 19
Juneau 23 ND 10
Bethel 15 ND ND
Kenai Peninsula 15 ND ND
Ketchikan Gateway ND ND ND
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

TOP DEFENSE CONTRACT SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Alaska with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Anchorage Municipality $797.3 M
Fairbanks North Star $331.9 M
Denali $94.1 M
Southeast Fairbanks Census Area $36.2 M
Aleutians West $35.9 M
North Slope $24.4 M
Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area $17.6 M
Kenai Peninsula $14.8 M
Kodiak Island $14.2 M
Juneau City and Borough $12.2 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Alaska with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(K=thousands M=millions)

Location Dollars
Anchorage Municipality $940.2 M
Fairbanks North Star $634.7 M
Southeast Fairbanks Census Area $41.9 M
Denali $13.0 M
Kodiak Island $2.8 M
Matanuska-Susitna $2.4 M
Juneau City and Borough $1.3 M
Kenai Peninsula $696.2 K
Bethel Census Area $615.6 K
Ketchikan Gateway $397.2 K

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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ARIZONA


Total spent: $10.0 B (Ranked 13)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 3.0% (Ranked 12)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 2.5%
Spending per resident: $1,423
Contract spending: $8.1 B (Ranked 10)
Number of personnel: 34,114 (Ranked 19)
Personnel spending: $1.9 B (Ranked 21)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 1%
Research and Development 6%
Service 17%
Supplies and Equipment 75%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 48%
Navy/Marines 21%
Air Force 19%
Other Defense 13%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions B=billions)

Contractor Name Dollars
Raytheon $4.4 B
Boeing $1.9 B
Honeywell $438.9 M
Northrop Grumman $258.5 M
General Dynamics $200.1 M
TRAX International $88.0 M
Insight Enterprises $81.9 M
Orbital Sciences Corp. $68.8 M
Nammo $51.7 M
Patriarch Partners $46.6 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $11.1 B
2011 $12.1 B
2012 $12.4 B
2013 $11.0 B
2014 $8.2 B
2015 $6.8 B
2016 $7.6 B
2017 $8.1 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 56%
Civilian 27%
National Guard/Reserve 17%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 39%
Navy/Marines 19%
Air Force 42%
Other Defense 0%

Total Payroll: $1.9 B

Total Personnel: 34,114

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Pima 10,588 5,977 2,707
Maricopa 10,011 4,374 2,336
Cochise 6,740 3,977 2,687
Yuma 5,427 4,161 1,241
Pinal 500 ND 214
Coconino 238 14 49
Yavapai 91 12 ND
Navajo 20 ND ND
Graham 16 ND ND
La Paz ND ND ND
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

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Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Arizona with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(K=thousands M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Pima $4.6 B
Maricopa $3.6 B
Cochise $700.8 M
Yuma $187.5 M
Pinal $19.4 M
Coconino $5.8 M
Santa Cruz $5.0 M
Mohave $2.9 M
La Paz $1.1 M
Yavapai $514.1 K

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Arizona with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(K=thousands M=millions)

Location Dollars
Pima $604.4 M
Maricopa $551.5 M
Cochise $427.2 M
Yuma $249.2 M
Pinal $21.8 M
Coconino $11.2 M
Yavapai $2.5 M
Navajo $584.6 K
Graham $437.6 K
Apache $208.1 K

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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ARKANSAS


Total spent: $1.1 B (Ranked 43)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 0.9% (Ranked 43)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 0.3%
Spending per resident: $368
Contract spending: $420.0 M (Ranked 43)
Number of personnel: 11,725 (Ranked 35)
Personnel spending: $686.8 M (Ranked 37)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 6%
Research and Development 1%
Service 46%
Supplies and Equipment 47%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 70%
Navy/Marines 9%
Air Force 12%
Other Defense 8%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions)

Contractor Name Dollars
General Dynamics $67.2 M
Esterline Technologies $27.2 M
Lockheed Martin $27.1 M
Sundt $22.5 M
AECOM $17.0 M
Pine Bluff Sand and Gravel $14.0 M
Aerojet Rocketdyne $12.6 M
PPG Industries $12.3 M
Southern Contracting $9.2 M
Mobley Contractors $8.4 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $1.1 B
2011 $925.5 M
2012 $969.8 M
2013 $716.9 M
2014 $714.4 M
2015 $711.3 M
2016 $727.8 M
2017 $420.0 M

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 30%
Civilian 31%
National Guard/Reserve 39%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 58%
Navy/Marines 3%
Air Force 38%
Other Defense 0%

Total Payroll: $686.8 M

Total Personnel: 11,725

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Pulaski 7,377 3,422 1,906
Sebastian 971 32 376
Jefferson 804 11 754
Benton 324 ND 28
Craighead 136 ND 20
Garland 136 ND 60
Washington 114 13 ND
Faulkner 106 ND 21
Union 105 ND ND
Pope 101 ND 56
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

TOP DEFENSE CONTRACT SPENDING LOCATIONS

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Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Ouachita $250.4 M
Pulaski $117.9 M
Calhoun $81.7 M
Jefferson $51.1 M
Prairie $16.3 M
White $11.3 M
Carroll $10.5 M
Sebastian $10.3 M
Columbia $7.8 M
Garland $5.6 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Arkansas with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Pulaski $454.9 M
Jefferson $55.1 M
Sebastian $49.6 M
Benton $9.8 M
Hot Spring $8.4 M
Polk $6.7 M
Garland $6.3 M
Union $6.0 M
Washington $6.0 M
Craighead $5.5 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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CALIFORNIA


Total spent: $48.8 B (Ranked 1)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 1.7% (Ranked 27)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 12.1%
Spending per resident: $1,234
Contract spending: $35.2 B (Ranked 1)
Number of personnel: 211,841 (Ranked 1)
Personnel spending: $13.6 B (Ranked 2)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 3%
Research and Development 14%
Service 42%
Supplies and Equipment 42%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 11%
Navy/Marines 32%
Air Force 29%
Other Defense 28%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions B=billions)

Contractor Name Dollars
Lockheed Martin $4.2 B
Northrop Grumman $3.6 B
McKesson $2.8 B
Boeing $2.3 B
General Atomic Technologies $2.0 B
Health Net $1.8 B
Aerospace Corp. $980.1 M
General Dynamics $968.0 M
Raytheon $922.0 M
Centene Corp. $819.2 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $39.4 B
2011 $41.5 B
2012 $37.5 B
2013 $36.9 B
2014 $36.3 B
2015 $35.4 B
2016 $35.4 B
2017 $35.2 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 60%
Civilian 30%
National Guard/Reserve 10%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 20%
Navy/Marines 61%
Air Force 16%
Other Defense 3%

Total Payroll: $13.6 B

Total Personnel: 211,841

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
San Diego 103,295 76,377 23,053
San Bernardino 17,091 13,375 3,286
Kern 10,984 2,707 8,060
Ventura 10,886 4,381 5,524
Solano 9,508 6,396 1,655
Monterey 8,541 4,266 4,095
Los Angeles 8,395 1,942 3,441
Kings 6,983 6,003 796
Riverside 5,509 377 2,571
Yuba 5,193 3,897 787
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

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Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
San Diego $9.2 B
Los Angeles $5.3 B
Santa Clara $4.8 B
Sacramento $2.9 B
Yolo $2.8 B
Orange $2.8 B
Ventura $865.7 M
San Bernardino $615.2 M
Kern $429.7 M
Santa Barbara $423.2 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

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Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
San Diego $6.7 B
Kern $891.1 M
Ventura $793.0 M
San Bernardino $731.4 M
Monterey $662.0 M
Los Angeles $583.3 M
Solano $582.2 M
Riverside $368.7 M
Kings $334.8 M
Yuba $309.8 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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COLORADO


Total spent: $8.3 B (Ranked 16)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 2.4% (Ranked 17)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 2.0%
Spending per resident: $1,475
Contract spending: $5.0 B (Ranked 17)
Number of personnel: 52,046 (Ranked 11)
Personnel spending: $3.3 B (Ranked 10)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 8%
Research and Development 25%
Service 55%
Supplies and Equipment 12%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 21%
Navy/Marines 9%
Air Force 54%
Other Defense 17%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions)

Contractor Name Dollars
United Launch Alliance $941.5 M
Northrop Grumman $554.2 M
Raytheon $400.3 M
Lockheed Martin $319.4 M
Kiewit-Turner, JV $254.9 M
Harris $203.6 M
Bechtel Group $106.7 M
Polaris Alpha $80.2 M
Ball Corp. $58.0 M
Berkshire Hathaway $51.0 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $4.9 B
2011 $5.4 B
2012 $5.0 B
2013 $5.7 B
2014 $5.6 B
2015 $5.7 B
2016 $4.6 B
2017 $5.0 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 68%
Civilian 22%
National Guard/Reserve 10%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 68%
Navy/Marines 5%
Air Force 27%
Other Defense 0%

Total Payroll: $3.3 B

Total Personnel: 52,046

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
El Paso 42,757 32,014 8,692
Arapahoe 5,461 2,472 1,495
Denver 916 271 260
Jefferson 509 44 275
Adams 506 ND 71
Pueblo 470 15 426
Weld 426 ND 109
Boulder 190 69 57
Larimer 85 24 ND
Mesa 78 15 24
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

TOP DEFENSE CONTRACT SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Colorado with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
El Paso $2.1 B
Arapahoe $1.4 B
Adams $295.0 M
Boulder $168.4 M
Jefferson $152.0 M
Pueblo $135.1 M
Douglas $124.8 M
Denver $121.0 M
Broomfield $44.2 M
Larimer $44.2 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Colorado with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
El Paso $2.7 B
Arapahoe $385.9 M
Denver $60.9 M
Jefferson $36.4 M
Pueblo $33.1 M
Adams $30.0 M
Weld $20.2 M
Boulder $14.4 M
Larimer $5.7 M
Douglas $4.8 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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CONNECTICUT


Total spent: $15.0 B (Ranked 7)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 5.6% (Ranked 3)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 3.7%
Spending per resident: $4,169
Contract spending: $14.4 B (Ranked 4)
Number of personnel: 9,229 (Ranked 41)
Personnel spending: $593.9 M (Ranked 38)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 0%
Research and Development 8%
Service 5%
Supplies and Equipment 86%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 21%
Navy/Marines 67%
Air Force 7%
Other Defense 5%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions B=billions)

Contractor Name Dollars
General Dynamics $6.9 B
United Technologies $6.4 B
Lockheed Martin $1.0 B
Colt Defense Holding $25.3 M
Leonardo S.p.A. (Finmeccanica) $21.1 M
Ensign-Bickford Industries $19.1 M
Gartner $17.2 M
Sonalysts $16.8 M
PCX Aerostructures $14.7 M
Treadwell $13.9 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $9.2 B
2011 $10.7 B
2012 $11.2 B
2013 $13.0 B
2014 $9.8 B
2015 $10.1 B
2016 $12.5 B
2017 $14.4 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 43%
Civilian 28%
National Guard/Reserve 28%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 44%
Navy/Marines 40%
Air Force 9%
Other Defense 7%

Total Payroll: $593.9 M

Total Personnel: 9,229

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
New London 5,671 3,787 1,455
Hartford 1,966 45 788
New Haven 543 66 55
Fairfield 513 14 230
Middlesex 423 ND 65
Tolland 87 71 ND
Litchfield 12 ND 12
Windham ND ND ND
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

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Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Connecticut with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
New London $7.0 B
Fairfield $4.1 B
Hartford $3.6 B
New Haven $87.2 M
Litchfield $30.1 M
Middlesex $12.3 M
Tolland $8.8 M
Windham $5.7 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Connecticut with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(K=thousands M=millions)

Location Dollars
New London $365.5 M
Hartford $129.6 M
Fairfield $39.8 M
New Haven $28.5 M
Middlesex $21.9 M
Tolland $6.5 M
Litchfield $566.9 K
Windham $353.8 K

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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DELAWARE


Total spent: $561.3 M (Ranked 47)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 0.7% (Ranked 48)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 0.1%
Spending per resident: $583
Contract spending: $182.8 M (Ranked 48)
Number of personnel: 6,863 (Ranked 44)
Personnel spending: $378.5 M (Ranked 43)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 8%
Research and Development 7%
Service 57%
Supplies and Equipment 27%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 45%
Navy/Marines 4%
Air Force 26%
Other Defense 25%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions)

Contractor Name Dollars
American Registry of Pathology $15.6 M
Caesar Rodney School District $9.2 M
Tesla Industries $8.6 M
Great Lakes Dredge and Dock $8.6 M
DIMO $8.1 M
Johnson Controls Federal Systems-Versar, JV $7.6 M
Bering Straits Technical Services $7.1 M
Masley Enterprises $4.6 M
CACI $3.5 M
Kalitta Charters $3.1 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $292.7 M
2011 $291.1 M
2012 $322.7 M
2013 $221.3 M
2014 $311.5 M
2015 $306.1 M
2016 $210.7 M
2017 $182.8 M

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 50%
Civilian 21%
National Guard/Reserve 29%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 25%
Navy/Marines 4%
Air Force 70%
Other Defense 1%

Total Payroll: $378.5 M

Total Personnel: 6,863

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Kent 5,100 3,397 980
New Castle 1,502 32 430
Sussex 244 ND 25
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

TOP DEFENSE CONTRACT SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Delaware with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Kent $86.9 M
New Castle $70.7 M
Sussex $17.2 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Delaware with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Kent $282.3 M
New Castle $87.5 M
Sussex $7.7 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA


Total spent: $6.0 B (Ranked 22)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 4.5% (Ranked 7)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 1.5%
Spending per resident: $8,705
Contract spending: $3.7 B (Ranked 21)
Number of personnel: 22,271 (Ranked 28)
Personnel spending: $2.4 B (Ranked 18)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 2%
Research and Development 6%
Service 75%
Supplies and Equipment 18%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 13%
Navy/Marines 53%
Air Force 8%
Other Defense 25%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions)

Contractor Name Dollars
U.S. Department of Energy $232.0 M
Government of the United States $204.8 M
Booz Allen Hamilton $193.9 M
Alion Science and Technology $160.2 M
CSRA $106.4 M
Hewlett-Packard $85.2 M
RAND Corp. $80.6 M
AECOM $80.1 M
CACI $69.2 M
General Dynamics $66.2 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $4.5 B
2011 $4.4 B
2012 $4.4 B
2013 $4.6 B
2014 $4.0 B
2015 $4.1 B
2016 $3.8 B
2017 $3.7 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 37%
Civilian 58%
National Guard/Reserve 5%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 25%
Navy/Marines 39%
Air Force 23%
Other Defense 13%

Total Payroll: $2.4 B

Total Personnel: 22,271

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
District of Columbia 21,975 7,939 12,870
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

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Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of District of Columbia with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(B=billions)

Location Dollars
District of Columbia $3.8 B

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of District of Columbia with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(B=billions)

Location Dollars
District of Columbia $2.3 B

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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FLORIDA


Total spent: $19.0 B (Ranked 5)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 1.9% (Ranked 22)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 4.7%
Spending per resident: $907
Contract spending: $12.5 B (Ranked 6)
Number of personnel: 98,601 (Ranked 6)
Personnel spending: $6.5 B (Ranked 6)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 3%
Research and Development 5%
Service 46%
Supplies and Equipment 47%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 30%
Navy/Marines 25%
Air Force 28%
Other Defense 17%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions B=billions)

Contractor Name Dollars
Lockheed Martin $2.8 B
Northrop Grumman $1.0 B
Raytheon $642.5 M
Leonardo S.p.A. (Finmeccanica) $393.5 M
Harris $386.8 M
General Dynamics $318.1 M
Crowley $303.4 M
BAE Systems $183.6 M
Honeywell $161.2 M
Chemring Group $147.7 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $13.4 B
2011 $13.1 B
2012 $11.5 B
2013 $11.0 B
2014 $10.2 B
2015 $10.8 B
2016 $11.7 B
2017 $12.5 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 54%
Civilian 32%
National Guard/Reserve 14%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 27%
Navy/Marines 35%
Air Force 32%
Other Defense 6%

Total Payroll: $6.5 B

Total Personnel: 98,601

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Okaloosa 24,340 16,569 6,939
Duval 21,279 10,841 8,228
Escambia 13,446 10,428 2,501
Hillsborough 9,930 5,595 2,624
Bay 7,090 3,937 2,762
Brevard 4,592 1,608 2,337
Miami-Dade 3,974 1,144 1,229
Orange 3,750 196 2,285
Santa Rosa 1,461 1,099 321
Monroe 1,189 701 462
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

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Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Florida with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Orange $3.7 B
Brevard $2.0 B
Duval $1.3 B
Okaloosa $1.1 B
Hillsborough $995.3 M
Pinellas $635.5 M
Bay $349.6 M
Escambia $315.5 M
Broward $273.1 M
Miami-Dade $251.7 M

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Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Florida with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Okaloosa $1.6 B
Duval $1.4 B
Hillsborough $769.5 M
Escambia $719.8 M
Bay $510.9 M
Brevard $313.6 M
Miami-Dade $306.4 M
Orange $290.0 M
Monroe $100.4 M
Santa Rosa $97.1 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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GEORGIA


Total spent: $13.1 B (Ranked 8)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 2.3% (Ranked 18)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 3.2%
Spending per resident: $1,258
Contract spending: $7.1 B (Ranked 13)
Number of personnel: 107,509 (Ranked 5)
Personnel spending: $6.1 B (Ranked 7)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 6%
Research and Development 4%
Service 37%
Supplies and Equipment 53%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 30%
Navy/Marines 8%
Air Force 54%
Other Defense 7%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions B=billions)

Contractor Name Dollars
Lockheed Martin $2.8 B
S&K Aerospace $207.3 M
General Dynamics $178.3 M
Georgia Tech Research Corp. $168.1 M
Northrop Grumman $148.5 M
Meggitt $93.6 M
Keta Group $89.5 M
Scientific Research Corp. $83.9 M
B.L. Harbert International $74.7 M
Raytheon $70.1 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $7.6 B
2011 $7.2 B
2012 $6.9 B
2013 $6.5 B
2014 $5.6 B
2015 $6.2 B
2016 $6.2 B
2017 $7.1 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 59%
Civilian 31%
National Guard/Reserve 10%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 76%
Navy/Marines 8%
Air Force 16%
Other Defense 1%

Total Payroll: $6.1 B

Total Personnel: 107,509

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Muscogee 25,149 20,211 4,487
Houston 18,387 3,385 14,056
Liberty 18,359 15,537 2,589
Richmond 15,764 11,778 3,172
Chatham 6,305 4,246 1,191
Lowndes 5,044 4,426 493
Camden 4,656 2,356 2,277
Cobb 3,844 273 1,280
Dougherty 2,378 290 2,020
Clayton 1,481 41 481
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

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Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Georgia with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Cobb $2.7 B
Houston $1.1 B
Chatham $617.3 M
Fulton $445.9 M
Richmond $397.0 M
Chattahoochee $303.9 M
Liberty $248.2 M
Gwinnett $182.7 M
Camden $163.3 M
Muscogee $144.0 M

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Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Georgia with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Houston $1.3 B
Muscogee $1.2 B
Liberty $1.0 B
Richmond $928.0 M
Chatham $373.6 M
Camden $287.6 M
Lowndes $264.5 M
Cobb $261.9 M
Clayton $106.1 M
Fulton $78.7 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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HAWAII


Total spent: $6.4 B (Ranked 21)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 7.2% (Ranked 2)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 1.6%
Spending per resident: $4,518
Contract spending: $1.8 B (Ranked 30)
Number of personnel: 58,625 (Ranked 9)
Personnel spending: $4.6 B (Ranked 9)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 22%
Research and Development 4%
Service 66%
Supplies and Equipment 8%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 29%
Navy/Marines 52%
Air Force 7%
Other Defense 12%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions)

Contractor Name Dollars
BAE Systems $92.4 M
Manu Kai $67.4 M
AECOM $52.7 M
Hensel Phelps Construction $44.0 M
Matson $40.3 M
J & J Maintenance $35.6 M
Caddell-Nan, JV $33.8 M
Bethel-Webcor, JV-1 $31.8 M
Weitz $28.4 M
Insight Pacific $27.7 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $2.3 B
2011 $2.4 B
2012 $2.4 B
2013 $2.3 B
2014 $1.8 B
2015 $1.9 B
2016 $1.7 B
2017 $1.8 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 61%
Civilian 33%
National Guard/Reserve 6%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 47%
Navy/Marines 33%
Air Force 17%
Other Defense 3%

Total Payroll: $4.6 B

Total Personnel: 58,625

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Honolulu 57,273 35,148 18,749
Hawaii 362 15 172
Kauai 303 80 164
Maui 145 11 62
Kalawao ND ND ND
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

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Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Honolulu $1.8 B
Kauai $94.7 M
Hawaii $23.0 M
Maui $20.0 M

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Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Hawaii with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(K=thousands M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Honolulu $4.5 B
Kauai $24.3 M
Hawaii $22.1 M
Maui $8.8 M
Kalawao $46.8 K

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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IDAHO


Total spent: $582.6 M (Ranked 45)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 0.8% (Ranked 45)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 0.1%
Spending per resident: $339
Contract spending: $209.7 M (Ranked 46)
Number of personnel: 7,225 (Ranked 43)
Personnel spending: $372.9 M (Ranked 44)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 9%
Research and Development 4%
Service 41%
Supplies and Equipment 46%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 23%
Navy/Marines 5%
Air Force 33%
Other Defense 40%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions)

Contractor Name Dollars
Brad Hall & Associates $58.1 M
PKL Services $13.0 M
Amec Foster Wheeler $11.3 M
TDX Corp. $9.5 M
Johnson Controls Federal Systems-Versar, JV $8.5 M
ANDRITZ AG $8.2 M
General Dynamics $6.2 M
AERO Specialties $4.4 M
Government of Canada $4.4 M
Dawn Enterprises $4.2 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $182.8 M
2011 $190.7 M
2012 $193.7 M
2013 $196.2 M
2014 $249.8 M
2015 $266.0 M
2016 $220.7 M
2017 $209.7 M

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 48%
Civilian 22%
National Guard/Reserve 30%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 44%
Navy/Marines 4%
Air Force 53%
Other Defense 0%

Total Payroll: $372.9 M

Total Personnel: 7,225

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Elmore 3,858 3,303 446
Ada 2,379 74 914
Kootenai 164 ND 71
Bannock 118 ND 11
Canyon 108 ND ND
Twin Falls 74 ND ND
Bonneville 71 22 11
Latah 66 22 ND
Clearwater 64 ND 55
Nez Perce 54 ND ND
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

TOP DEFENSE CONTRACT SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Idaho with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Bonneville $67.5 M
Elmore $63.5 M
Shoshone $12.0 M
Clearwater $11.0 M
Kootenai $9.8 M
Bingham $9.4 M
Ada $8.6 M
Owyhee $3.0 M
Canyon $2.9 M
Bonner $2.7 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Idaho with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Elmore $195.6 M
Ada $134.0 M
Kootenai $8.8 M
Canyon $4.3 M
Clearwater $4.1 M
Bannock $4.1 M
Bonneville $3.4 M
Bonner $3.1 M
Twin Falls $2.9 M
Latah $2.8 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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ILLINOIS


Total spent: $7.6 B (Ranked 18)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 0.9% (Ranked 41)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 1.9%
Spending per resident: $598
Contract spending: $5.4 B (Ranked 15)
Number of personnel: 43,231 (Ranked 15)
Personnel spending: $2.3 B (Ranked 19)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 6%
Research and Development 5%
Service 19%
Supplies and Equipment 69%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 25%
Navy/Marines 2%
Air Force 18%
Other Defense 55%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions B=billions)

Contractor Name Dollars
Northrop Grumman $1.0 B
BP $1.0 B
Cardinal Health $513.7 M
CDW Government $228.1 M
Alion Science and Technology $223.7 M
SupplyCore $223.3 M
Washington Group-Alberici, JV $204.2 M
Caterpillar $202.8 M
Navistar International $179.0 M
General Dynamics $157.6 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $6.1 B
2011 $6.2 B
2012 $5.7 B
2013 $4.9 B
2014 $4.0 B
2015 $4.4 B
2016 $3.7 B
2017 $5.4 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 48%
Civilian 30%
National Guard/Reserve 22%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 38%
Navy/Marines 42%
Air Force 19%
Other Defense 0%

Total Payroll: $2.3 B

Total Personnel: 43,231

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Lake 18,367 15,035 1,551
Saint Clair 10,055 4,575 4,434
Rock Island 4,861 360 4,268
Cook 2,748 340 689
Sangamon 1,486 49 551
Peoria 1,343 38 377
Champaign 458 20 284
Will 425 11 70
DuPage 389 47 95
Macon 308 ND 46
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

TOP DEFENSE CONTRACT SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Illinois with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Cook $2.8 B
Lake $1.0 B
Saint Clair $689.7 M
Dupage $624.7 M
Winnebago $394.9 M
Pulaski $223.4 M
Peoria $212.8 M
Rock Island $204.7 M
Williamson $149.5 M
Madison $73.3 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Illinois with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Saint Clair $724.2 M
Lake $627.7 M
Rock Island $390.9 M
Cook $143.9 M
Sangamon $100.4 M
Peoria $69.6 M
Champaign $32.0 M
DuPage $30.1 M
Will $19.0 M
Macon $10.8 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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INDIANA


Total spent: $4.6 B (Ranked 27)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 1.3% (Ranked 34)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 1.1%
Spending per resident: $685
Contract spending: $3.3 B (Ranked 22)
Number of personnel: 19,780 (Ranked 30)
Personnel spending: $1.2 B (Ranked 29)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 1%
Research and Development 3%
Service 22%
Supplies and Equipment 74%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 41%
Navy/Marines 28%
Air Force 13%
Other Defense 18%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions B=billions)

Contractor Name Dollars
MacAndrews & Forbes Inc. $1.1 B
Rolls-Royce $592.8 M
Raytheon $334.1 M
ERAPSCO $176.5 M
AmeriQual Group $157.3 M
SAIC $83.5 M
Honeywell $68.4 M
Calumet Shreveport Fuels $54.0 M
Petroleum Traders Corp. $40.4 M
Allison Transmission $38.9 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $4.2 B
2011 $5.3 B
2012 $4.0 B
2013 $3.3 B
2014 $3.1 B
2015 $2.9 B
2016 $3.1 B
2017 $3.3 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 5%
Civilian 57%
National Guard/Reserve 38%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 76%
Navy/Marines 7%
Air Force 17%
Other Defense 0%

Total Payroll: $1.2 B

Total Personnel: 19,780

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Marion 6,989 263 5,199
Martin 4,462 51 4,411
Miami 1,204 16 499
Johnson 1,197 296 241
Allen 996 33 285
Vigo 681 20 163
Saint Joseph 455 68 51
Tippecanoe 372 66 22
Lake 338 ND 52
Vanderburgh 308 60 30
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

TOP DEFENSE CONTRACT SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Indiana with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Saint Joseph $1.2 B
Marion $1.1 B
Martin $262.2 M
Allen $208.0 M
Whitley $178.7 M
Vanderburgh $160.0 M
Bartholomew $32.2 M
Johnson $31.7 M
Miami $31.2 M
Tippecanoe $26.2 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Indiana with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Marion $455.5 M
Martin $376.9 M
Johnson $70.0 M
Miami $63.4 M
Allen $50.7 M
Vigo $41.6 M
Shelby $19.1 M
Saint Joseph $18.1 M
Vanderburgh $13.2 M
Tippecanoe $12.6 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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IOWA


Total spent: $1.8 B (Ranked 38)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 0.9% (Ranked 40)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 0.4%
Spending per resident: $568
Contract spending: $1.5 B (Ranked 34)
Number of personnel: 6,278 (Ranked 47)
Personnel spending: $313.7 M (Ranked 47)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 1%
Research and Development 4%
Service 14%
Supplies and Equipment 81%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 15%
Navy/Marines 54%
Air Force 22%
Other Defense 9%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions)

Contractor Name Dollars
Rockwell Collins $853.9 M
Data Link Solutions $198.0 M
American Ordnance $68.6 M
Cobham $34.6 M
HNI Corp. $15.4 M
Dubuque Barge and Fleeting Service $9.0 M
Carver Pump Company $8.2 M
United Technologies $6.9 M
Lang Construction Group $5.6 M
Cook Inlet Region $4.4 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $1.3 B
2011 $1.3 B
2012 $1.2 B
2013 $1.1 B
2014 $1.2 B
2015 $1.1 B
2016 $1.4 B
2017 $1.5 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 3%
Civilian 27%
National Guard/Reserve 70%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 81%
Navy/Marines 3%
Air Force 15%
Other Defense 0%

Total Payroll: $313.7 M

Total Personnel: 6,278

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Polk 2,447 90 752
Woodbury 742 ND 284
Scott 413 ND 167
Linn 371 ND 96
Black Hawk 310 25 72
Johnson 288 45 26
Boone 221 ND 62
Dubuque 147 ND 32
Webster 125 ND 38
Story 109 28 ND
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

TOP DEFENSE CONTRACT SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Iowa with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Linn $952.1 M
Des Moines $78.3 M
Scott $50.8 M
Polk $28.9 M
Muscatine $24.5 M
Dubuque $7.2 M
Lucas $6.6 M
Johnson $4.5 M
Woodbury $3.9 M
Pottawattamie $3.3 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Iowa with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Polk $144.8 M
Woodbury $42.7 M
Scott $18.8 M
Linn $15.2 M
Black Hawk $13.4 M
Boone $12.2 M
Johnson $11.7 M
Des Moines $7.9 M
Webster $5.6 M
Dubuque $5.1 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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KANSAS


Total spent: $3.1 B (Ranked 30)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 1.9% (Ranked 24)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 0.8%
Spending per resident: $1,052
Contract spending: $1.1 B (Ranked 39)
Number of personnel: 33,303 (Ranked 20)
Personnel spending: $2.0 B (Ranked 20)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 18%
Research and Development 1%
Service 40%
Supplies and Equipment 42%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 47%
Navy/Marines 14%
Air Force 25%
Other Defense 13%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions)

Contractor Name Dollars
Textron $122.3 M
Northrop Grumman $69.1 M
Leading Technology Composites $51.8 M
Archer Western Aviation Partners $46.4 M
Raytheon $29.8 M
Beechcraft $29.6 M
General Electric $23.1 M
Balfour-Walton, JV $22.7 M
Booz Allen Hamilton $21.0 M
Boeing $19.6 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $2.7 B
2011 $2.4 B
2012 $1.9 B
2013 $1.5 B
2014 $1.3 B
2015 $1.3 B
2016 $1.1 B
2017 $1.1 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 67%
Civilian 21%
National Guard/Reserve 12%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 81%
Navy/Marines 1%
Air Force 17%
Other Defense 0%

Total Payroll: $2.0 B

Total Personnel: 33,303

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Geary 18,460 15,640 2,749
Leavenworth 6,005 3,428 2,378
Sedgwick 5,157 2,912 965
Shawnee 1,485 38 606
Johnson 431 28 84
Riley 323 37 81
Wyandotte 185 ND 24
Saline 164 ND 50
Douglas 108 34 21
Ellis 96 ND 15
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

TOP DEFENSE CONTRACT SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Kansas with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Sedgwick $434.6 M
Leavenworth $200.0 M
Geary $114.2 M
Johnson $49.6 M
Cowley $23.4 M
Labette $22.6 M
Butler $20.5 M
Shawnee $17.0 M
Riley $13.2 M
Wyandotte $9.2 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Kansas with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Geary $980.7 M
Leavenworth $505.8 M
Sedgwick $297.3 M
Shawnee $96.1 M
Johnson $20.4 M
Riley $16.5 M
Saline $9.6 M
Wyandotte $7.8 M
Brown $5.8 M
Douglas $4.8 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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KENTUCKY


Total spent: $8.2 B (Ranked 17)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 4.0% (Ranked 10)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 2.0%
Spending per resident: $1,830
Contract spending: $5.4 B (Ranked 16)
Number of personnel: 48,215 (Ranked 13)
Personnel spending: $2.8 B (Ranked 14)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 2%
Research and Development 0%
Service 83%
Supplies and Equipment 15%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 20%
Navy/Marines 5%
Air Force 1%
Other Defense 74%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions B=billions)

Contractor Name Dollars
Humana $3.2 B
Lockheed Martin $527.8 M
Bechtel Parsons Blue Grass, JV $279.9 M
Raytheon $249.6 M
Boeing $122.5 M
BAE Systems $69.1 M
SourceAmerica $51.5 M
SAIC $40.5 M
PAE $37.2 M
Hewlett-Packard $26.8 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $5.5 B
2011 $5.3 B
2012 $6.1 B
2013 $5.2 B
2014 $5.8 B
2015 $5.9 B
2016 $5.0 B
2017 $5.4 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 68%
Civilian 21%
National Guard/Reserve 11%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 95%
Navy/Marines 1%
Air Force 3%
Other Defense 1%

Total Payroll: $2.8 B

Total Personnel: 48,215

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Christian 30,328 27,522 2,709
Hardin 10,761 5,157 4,554
Jefferson 2,235 113 1,118
Madison 1,233 ND 942
Franklin 753 26 293
Fayette 486 57 102
Boone 253 ND 17
Campbell 185 ND 21
Muhlenberg 160 ND 71
McCracken 128 ND 12
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

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Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Kentucky with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Jefferson $3.6 B
Fayette $669.8 M
Hardin $344.4 M
Madison $316.7 M
Christian $302.8 M
Boone $27.9 M
Wayne $20.8 M
Livingston $20.2 M
Laurel $15.8 M
Menifee $14.5 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Kentucky with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Christian $1.7 B
Hardin $684.8 M
Jefferson $141.7 M
Madison $73.1 M
Franklin $55.8 M
Fayette $24.2 M
Muhlenberg $7.7 M
Perry $7.3 M
Boone $7.3 M
Campbell $5.6 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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LOUISIANA


Total spent: $3.3 B (Ranked 29)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 1.3% (Ranked 32)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 0.8%
Spending per resident: $699
Contract spending: $1.7 B (Ranked 32)
Number of personnel: 27,756 (Ranked 23)
Personnel spending: $1.6 B (Ranked 25)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 31%
Research and Development 0%
Service 44%
Supplies and Equipment 25%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 57%
Navy/Marines 26%
Air Force 5%
Other Defense 12%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions)

Contractor Name Dollars
Textron $146.7 M
Weeks Marine $89.4 M
William Herbert Hunt Trust Estate $71.2 M
AECOM $57.9 M
Boh Bros. Construction $56.2 M
Hornbeck Offshore Services $45.0 M
Cubic $42.1 M
Renda/J Bros, JV $39.8 M
Swiftships Shipbuilders $34.9 M
PCCP Constructors, JV $32.0 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $5.5 B
2011 $5.0 B
2012 $3.1 B
2013 $2.6 B
2014 $1.8 B
2015 $2.1 B
2016 $1.8 B
2017 $1.7 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 52%
Civilian 22%
National Guard/Reserve 26%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 58%
Navy/Marines 11%
Air Force 26%
Other Defense 5%

Total Payroll: $1.6 B

Total Personnel: 27,756

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Vernon 9,346 7,938 1,352
Bossier 7,649 5,221 1,421
Orleans 4,677 895 1,584
Rapides 989 11 419
East Baton Rouge 715 147 102
Plaquemines 708 81 627
Tangipahoa 414 ND 98
Iberville 377 63 37
Calcasieu 281 ND 43
Lafayette 229 40 41
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

TOP DEFENSE CONTRACT SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Louisiana with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Orleans $563.4 M
Vernon $256.0 M
Saint Tammany $111.8 M
Bossier $100.5 M
Plaquemines $93.0 M
Jefferson $90.7 M
East Baton Rouge $76.6 M
West Baton Rouge $71.8 M
Saint Mary $63.7 M
Iberville $55.6 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Louisiana with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Vernon $500.1 M
Bossier $434.8 M
Orleans $397.3 M
Rapides $55.0 M
Plaquemines $39.7 M
East Baton Rouge $38.5 M
Tangipahoa $20.5 M
Iberville $15.5 M
Lafayette $14.6 M
Calcasieu $8.7 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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MAINE


Total spent: $2.6 B (Ranked 35)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 4.1% (Ranked 9)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 0.6%
Spending per resident: $1,910
Contract spending: $1.9 B (Ranked 29)
Number of personnel: 9,691 (Ranked 38)
Personnel spending: $693.6 M (Ranked 36)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 2%
Research and Development 0%
Service 36%
Supplies and Equipment 62%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 1%
Navy/Marines 77%
Air Force 0%
Other Defense 21%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions B=billions)

Contractor Name Dollars
General Dynamics $1.2 B
Martinís Point Health Care $349.9 M
Ameresco $25.2 M
Cianbro Companies $24.6 M
City of Bangor $19.7 M
Methuen Construction $19.7 M
Q.E.D. Systems $16.4 M
Triton Marine Construction $11.3 M
Oceaneering International $7.0 M
CCI Construction Services $6.6 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $1.1 B
2011 $1.2 B
2012 $2.8 B
2013 $2.6 B
2014 $1.5 B
2015 $1.7 B
2016 $1.8 B
2017 $1.9 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 2%
Civilian 82%
National Guard/Reserve 16%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 53%
Navy/Marines 10%
Air Force 24%
Other Defense 14%

Total Payroll: $693.6 M

Total Personnel: 9,691

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
York 6,340 ND 6,244
Penobscot 1,065 ND 383
Aroostook 660 ND 617
Kennebec 476 36 187
Sagadahoc 440 127 313
Cumberland 336 23 69
Androscoggin 137 ND 19
Washington 91 ND 70
Oxford 40 ND ND
Hancock 38 22 ND
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

TOP DEFENSE CONTRACT SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Maine with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(K=thousands M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Sagadahoc $1.2 B
Cumberland $360.3 M
York $228.4 M
Penobscot $28.1 M
Washington $27.9 M
Aroostook $3.0 M
Kennebec $2.1 M
Knox $832.5 K
Androscoggin $788.8 K
Lincoln $617.6 K

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Maine with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(K=thousands M=millions)

Location Dollars
York $499.7 M
Penobscot $58.4 M
Sagadahoc $41.0 M
Kennebec $32.2 M
Aroostook $31.1 M
Cumberland $16.4 M
Washington $5.2 M
Androscoggin $3.7 M
Hancock $2.3 M
Oxford $911.8 K

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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MARYLAND


Total spent: $21.0 B (Ranked 4)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 5.3% (Ranked 5)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 5.2%
Spending per resident: $3,478
Contract spending: $13.8 B (Ranked 5)
Number of personnel: 81,217 (Ranked 8)
Personnel spending: $7.2 B (Ranked 4)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 5%
Research and Development 20%
Service 51%
Supplies and Equipment 25%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 29%
Navy/Marines 37%
Air Force 11%
Other Defense 23%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions B=billions)

Contractor Name Dollars
Lockheed Martin $1.4 B
Northrop Grumman $1.2 B
Johns Hopkins University $924.2 M
BAE Systems $515.2 M
Textron $446.3 M
Johns Hopkins Health System Corp. $391.5 M
Booz Allen Hamilton $300.6 M
CACI $223.3 M
Federal Resources Supply $197.5 M
AECOM $155.9 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $12.2 B
2011 $11.6 B
2012 $11.8 B
2013 $11.6 B
2014 $11.8 B
2015 $12.9 B
2016 $13.9 B
2017 $13.8 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 35%
Civilian 55%
National Guard/Reserve 10%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 40%
Navy/Marines 33%
Air Force 25%
Other Defense 2%

Total Payroll: $7.2 B

Total Personnel: 81,217

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Anne Arundel 22,697 12,553 8,373
Saint Mary's 11,901 2,282 9,582
Harford 11,856 898 10,468
Prince George's 11,398 4,335 4,657
Montgomery 11,271 4,526 5,885
Frederick 3,505 1,225 2,159
Charles 2,650 552 2,059
Baltimore 1,841 81 458
Baltimore City 1,680 60 1,016
Allegany 1,191 1,085 ND
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

TOP DEFENSE CONTRACT SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Maryland with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Anne Arundel $2.5 B
Montgomery $2.2 B
Saint Mary's $1.9 B
Harford $1.5 B
Howard $1.4 B
Baltimore $1.3 B
Prince George's $820.7 M
Baltimore City $560.6 M
Frederick $419.4 M
Queen Anne's $213.9 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Maryland with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Anne Arundel $1.8 B
Saint Mary's $1.2 B
Harford $1.2 B
Montgomery $1.0 B
Prince George's $953.0 M
Frederick $305.4 M
Charles $237.7 M
Baltimore City $131.7 M
Baltimore $121.1 M
Allegany $97.3 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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MASSACHUSETTS


Total spent: $10.4 B (Ranked 11)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 1.9% (Ranked 23)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 2.6%
Spending per resident: $1,509
Contract spending: $9.3 B (Ranked 9)
Number of personnel: 14,405 (Ranked 33)
Personnel spending: $1.0 B (Ranked 31)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 1%
Research and Development 20%
Service 21%
Supplies and Equipment 59%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 27%
Navy/Marines 33%
Air Force 21%
Other Defense 19%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions B=billions)

Contractor Name Dollars
Raytheon $3.6 B
General Electric $1.3 B
General Dynamics $979.9 M
Massachusetts Institute of Technology $657.9 M
Charles Stark Draper Laboratory $442.2 M
MITRE $324.4 M
Noble Supply & Logistics $181.8 M
Brighton Marine Health Center $141.1 M
L3 Technologies $126.0 M
United Technologies $120.8 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $11.6 B
2011 $11.0 B
2012 $10.8 B
2013 $11.2 B
2014 $8.4 B
2015 $10.9 B
2016 $8.5 B
2017 $9.3 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 14%
Civilian 46%
National Guard/Reserve 41%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 51%
Navy/Marines 9%
Air Force 29%
Other Defense 11%

Total Payroll: $1.0 B

Total Personnel: 14,405

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Middlesex 6,905 1,131 4,138
Hampden 3,011 150 1,069
Barnstable 1,256 90 449
Suffolk 994 341 435
Worcester 504 23 95
Plymouth 406 33 43
Bristol 405 ND 68
Essex 322 13 156
Norfolk 226 ND 22
Hampshire 127 41 19
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

TOP DEFENSE CONTRACT SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Massachusetts with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Middlesex $5.1 B
Essex $2.9 B
Bristol $773.1 M
Norfolk $372.8 M
Suffolk $323.5 M
Berkshire $300.4 M
Plymouth $297.7 M
Hampden $209.0 M
Worcester $134.8 M
Hampshire $89.3 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Massachusetts with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Middlesex $558.7 M
Hampden $177.9 M
Suffolk $79.3 M
Barnstable $79.0 M
Worcester $23.0 M
Essex $21.8 M
Plymouth $17.3 M
Bristol $15.4 M
Norfolk $12.4 M
Berkshire $7.5 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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MICHIGAN


Total spent: $3.8 B (Ranked 28)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 0.8% (Ranked 46)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 1.0%
Spending per resident: $386
Contract spending: $2.7 B (Ranked 26)
Number of personnel: 16,272 (Ranked 32)
Personnel spending: $1.2 B (Ranked 30)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 2%
Research and Development 6%
Service 27%
Supplies and Equipment 66%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 70%
Navy/Marines 9%
Air Force 4%
Other Defense 17%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions B=billions)

Contractor Name Dollars
General Dynamics $1.4 B
BAE Systems $224.4 M
Peckham Vocational Industries $114.4 M
L3 Technologies $89.8 M
Loc Performance Products $72.5 M
Avon Rubber $62.8 M
AAR $41.2 M
Oshkosh Corp. $38.1 M
Wolverine World Wide $28.5 M
CRS Acquisition Corp. $25.3 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $5.0 B
2011 $3.6 B
2012 $4.1 B
2013 $2.7 B
2014 $2.6 B
2015 $896.1 M
2016 $2.4 B
2017 $2.7 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 6%
Civilian 58%
National Guard/Reserve 36%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 66%
Navy/Marines 13%
Air Force 13%
Other Defense 7%

Total Payroll: $1.2 B

Total Personnel: 16,272

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Macomb 7,656 238 6,433
Calhoun 1,910 45 1,398
Wayne 1,174 197 301
Kalamazoo 702 11 69
Oakland 658 63 338
Ingham 608 154 395
Kent 558 57 79
Clinton 411 10 ND
Crawford 330 ND 114
Eaton 319 30 69
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

TOP DEFENSE CONTRACT SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Michigan with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Macomb $1.7 B
Oakland $163.8 M
Wayne $124.5 M
Ingham $115.8 M
Wexford $107.5 M
Washtenaw $99.8 M
Kent $88.7 M
Muskegon $82.6 M
Ottawa $35.9 M
Livingston $34.2 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Michigan with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Macomb $702.8 M
Calhoun $141.5 M
Wayne $69.1 M
Oakland $46.0 M
Ingham $38.4 M
Clinton $38.0 M
Kalamazoo $28.3 M
Kent $23.3 M
Eaton $17.0 M
Crawford $13.1 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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MINNESOTA


Total spent: $4.6 B (Ranked 26)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 1.3% (Ranked 33)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 1.1%
Spending per resident: $823
Contract spending: $4.1 B (Ranked 19)
Number of personnel: 10,519 (Ranked 37)
Personnel spending: $518.8 M (Ranked 40)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 0%
Research and Development 3%
Service 75%
Supplies and Equipment 21%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 10%
Navy/Marines 9%
Air Force 8%
Other Defense 73%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions B=billions)

Contractor Name Dollars
UnitedHealth Group $2.8 B
Northrop Grumman $326.7 M
Honeywell $290.9 M
BAE Systems $266.7 M
General Dynamics $38.1 M
Cummins $37.8 M
Polaris Industries $31.9 M
3M $18.3 M
International Automated Systems $11.9 M
United Technologies $11.4 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $1.5 B
2011 $1.1 B
2012 $1.5 B
2013 $1.2 B
2014 $3.6 B
2015 $4.0 B
2016 $3.8 B
2017 $4.1 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 4%
Civilian 24%
National Guard/Reserve 72%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 74%
Navy/Marines 7%
Air Force 18%
Other Defense 1%

Total Payroll: $518.8 M

Total Personnel: 10,519

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Hennepin 3,044 319 613
Ramsey 1,944 43 848
Saint Louis 1,156 12 334
Morrison 819 ND 334
Dakota 466 ND 49
Stearns 367 ND 94
Washington 232 ND ND
Blue Earth 166 20 12
Wright 139 ND ND
Crow Wing 133 22 18
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

TOP DEFENSE CONTRACT SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Minnesota with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Hennepin $3.4 B
Anoka $331.3 M
Ramsey $50.7 M
Dakota $29.5 M
Saint Louis $13.8 M
Sherburne $5.3 M
Chippewa $5.2 M
Washington $4.8 M
Crow Wing $4.0 M
Olmsted $4.0 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Minnesota with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Hennepin $189.2 M
Ramsey $103.4 M
Saint Louis $54.5 M
Morrison $40.3 M
Dakota $19.6 M
Stearns $15.2 M
Blue Earth $9.6 M
Wright $7.3 M
Washington $6.8 M
Wabasha $5.8 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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MISSISSIPPI


Total spent: $4.7 B (Ranked 25)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 4.2% (Ranked 8)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 1.2%
Spending per resident: $1,585
Contract spending: $3.2 B (Ranked 24)
Number of personnel: 27,581 (Ranked 24)
Personnel spending: $1.5 B (Ranked 27)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 2%
Research and Development 2%
Service 42%
Supplies and Equipment 54%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 22%
Navy/Marines 51%
Air Force 14%
Other Defense 13%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions B=billions)

Contractor Name Dollars
Huntington Ingalls $1.9 B
L3 Technologies $790.6 M
Vectrus $79.7 M
Northrop Grumman $70.4 M
Raytheon $64.8 M
Great Lakes Dredge and Dock $49.1 M
Olin Corp. $46.5 M
Navistar International $41.4 M
DXC Technology $31.4 M
Cray $28.7 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $3.6 B
2011 $3.9 B
2012 $4.0 B
2013 $3.6 B
2014 $3.7 B
2015 $3.5 B
2016 $3.7 B
2017 $3.2 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 42%
Civilian 33%
National Guard/Reserve 25%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 42%
Navy/Marines 20%
Air Force 36%
Other Defense 2%

Total Payroll: $1.5 B

Total Personnel: 27,581

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Harrison 11,021 7,512 2,243
Warren 2,548 ND 2,406
Lauderdale 2,297 938 644
Lowndes 1,996 1,351 571
Hancock 1,808 542 1,243
Hinds 1,136 47 337
Forrest 1,116 304 379
Rankin 946 ND 369
Tippah 597 570 ND
Jackson 572 30 492
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

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Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Mississippi with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Jackson $2.0 B
Madison $754.6 M
Warren $273.7 M
Harrison $259.2 M
Lowndes $97.2 M
Scott $64.0 M
Lafayette $48.6 M
Hancock $48.3 M
Clay $41.4 M
Lauderdale $33.9 M

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Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Mississippi with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Harrison $513.9 M
Warren $199.3 M
Hancock $146.6 M
Lauderdale $129.2 M
Lowndes $100.5 M
Hinds $82.1 M
Forrest $69.2 M
Rankin $48.5 M
Jackson $47.0 M
Lee $19.0 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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MISSOURI


Total spent: $9.0 B (Ranked 15)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 2.9% (Ranked 14)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 2.2%
Spending per resident: $1,471
Contract spending: $7.4 B (Ranked 12)
Number of personnel: 32,672 (Ranked 21)
Personnel spending: $1.6 B (Ranked 26)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 1%
Research and Development 3%
Service 24%
Supplies and Equipment 73%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 15%
Navy/Marines 21%
Air Force 46%
Other Defense 17%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions B=billions)

Contractor Name Dollars
Boeing $6.4 B
Express Scripts $697.4 M
Northrop Grumman $443.1 M
World Wide Technology $226.8 M
Leonardo S.p.A. (Finmeccanica) $139.1 M
Enersys $46.0 M
Herndon Aerospace & Defense $31.4 M
State of Missouri $29.8 M
US Foods Holding $28.7 M
TC&S/F-W $28.0 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $10.3 B
2011 $10.6 B
2012 $8.9 B
2013 $9.1 B
2014 $10.9 B
2015 $8.6 B
2016 $7.1 B
2017 $7.4 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 52%
Civilian 24%
National Guard/Reserve 23%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 69%
Navy/Marines 10%
Air Force 21%
Other Defense 1%

Total Payroll: $1.6 B

Total Personnel: 32,672

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Pulaski 15,847 12,396 3,117
Johnson 5,636 3,738 1,038
Jackson 1,788 87 746
Saint Louis 1,512 54 458
Saint Louis City 1,314 275 787
Buchanan 888 22 314
Greene 885 19 251
Cole 836 32 337
Saint Charles 362 ND 68
Cass 356 ND 46
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

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Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Missouri with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Saint Louis $7.2 B
Jackson $517.7 M
Saint Louis City $431.5 M
Pulaski $212.6 M
Saint Charles $116.6 M
Johnson $110.1 M
Howell $58.6 M
Jasper $46.0 M
Dent $27.8 M
Jefferson $24.4 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Missouri with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Pulaski $656.3 M
Johnson $290.4 M
Jackson $109.5 M
Saint Louis City $90.6 M
Saint Louis $84.4 M
Cole $58.4 M
Buchanan $57.3 M
Greene $35.6 M
Saint Charles $21.0 M
Cass $17.4 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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MONTANA


Total spent: $470.1 M (Ranked 49)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 1.0% (Ranked 39)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 0.1%
Spending per resident: $447
Contract spending: $152.4 M (Ranked 50)
Number of personnel: 6,539 (Ranked 46)
Personnel spending: $317.7 M (Ranked 46)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 11%
Research and Development 7%
Service 47%
Supplies and Equipment 34%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 37%
Navy/Marines 4%
Air Force 37%
Other Defense 22%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions)

Contractor Name Dollars
T&L Sales $10.7 M
S&K Global Solutions $8.5 M
Ames Construction $7.8 M
Project Resources $7.1 M
CM Manufacturing $4.4 M
CDM Smith $4.3 M
Calumet Shreveport Fuels $4.2 M
James Talcott Construction $3.5 M
Integrated Security Solutions $3.3 M
S&K Aerospace $3.2 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $359.5 M
2011 $297.2 M
2012 $231.9 M
2013 $206.8 M
2014 $190.0 M
2015 $204.5 M
2016 $181.1 M
2017 $152.4 M

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 51%
Civilian 21%
National Guard/Reserve 28%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 43%
Navy/Marines 3%
Air Force 54%
Other Defense 0%

Total Payroll: $317.7 M

Total Personnel: 6,539

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Cascade 4,539 3,226 860
Lewis and Clark 881 ND 343
Yellowstone 301 35 15
Missoula 209 27 24
Gallatin 125 10 ND
Flathead 92 ND ND
Silver Bow 75 10 19
Lincoln 60 ND 49
Valley 51 ND 43
Park 38 ND ND
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

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Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Montana with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Cascade $60.5 M
Lake $16.0 M
Lincoln $14.1 M
Valley $10.0 M
Gallatin $8.9 M
Dawson $8.2 M
Missoula $8.1 M
Lewis and Clark $6.3 M
Flathead $5.6 M
Silver Bow $2.0 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Montana with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(K=thousands M=millions)

Location Dollars
Cascade $217.6 M
Lewis and Clark $53.6 M
Yellowstone $11.0 M
Missoula $8.7 M
Silver Bow $5.1 M
Lincoln $4.4 M
Valley $4.1 M
Gallatin $4.0 M
Flathead $3.4 M
Park $747.5 K

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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NEBRASKA


Total spent: $1.5 B (Ranked 40)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 1.2% (Ranked 35)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 0.4%
Spending per resident: $770
Contract spending: $654.6 M (Ranked 41)
Number of personnel: 12,986 (Ranked 34)
Personnel spending: $823.1 M (Ranked 34)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 4%
Research and Development 2%
Service 62%
Supplies and Equipment 31%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 17%
Navy/Marines 21%
Air Force 59%
Other Defense 3%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions)

Contractor Name Dollars
Northrop Grumman $74.3 M
Mercom $69.1 M
CounterTrade Products $38.4 M
BAE Systems $26.3 M
Sterling Computers $26.1 M
CSRA $24.8 M
Hewlett-Packard $18.9 M
Raytheon $16.1 M
McCallie Associates $16.1 M
Hydrogeologic $15.8 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $846.7 M
2011 $708.9 M
2012 $724.5 M
2013 $519.5 M
2014 $560.6 M
2015 $682.9 M
2016 $842.1 M
2017 $654.6 M

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 48%
Civilian 32%
National Guard/Reserve 19%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 39%
Navy/Marines 7%
Air Force 54%
Other Defense 0%

Total Payroll: $823.1 M

Total Personnel: 12,986

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Sarpy 9,032 6,146 2,623
Lancaster 1,481 41 500
Douglas 1,355 86 872
Saunders 198 ND 36
Hall 141 ND 34
Adams 100 ND 21
Dodge 88 ND ND
Buffalo 86 ND ND
Platte 76 ND ND
Gage 75 ND ND
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

TOP DEFENSE CONTRACT SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Nebraska with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Sarpy $503.6 M
Douglas $62.8 M
Madison $26.9 M
Lancaster $17.8 M
Adams $12.1 M
Harlan $9.7 M
Saunders $5.9 M
Hall $4.5 M
Thurston $3.7 M
Nemaha $3.0 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Nebraska with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Sarpy $589.0 M
Douglas $95.3 M
Lancaster $92.7 M
Saunders $11.3 M
Hall $6.8 M
Cedar $4.1 M
Dodge $3.3 M
Adams $3.3 M
Buffalo $3.3 M
Platte $2.6 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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NEVADA


Total spent: $2.3 B (Ranked 37)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 1.4% (Ranked 29)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 0.6%
Spending per resident: $751
Contract spending: $1.3 B (Ranked 36)
Number of personnel: 16,425 (Ranked 31)
Personnel spending: $939.2 M (Ranked 32)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 5%
Research and Development 3%
Service 63%
Supplies and Equipment 29%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 14%
Navy/Marines 20%
Air Force 60%
Other Defense 6%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions)

Contractor Name Dollars
Sierra Nevada Corp. $773.7 M
M1 Support Services $92.8 M
AECOM $88.1 M
Day & Zimmermann Group $58.4 M
CDW Government $39.1 M
Cerberus Capital Management $35.3 M
BATTLESPACE Flight Services $23.6 M
Nova Group $20.8 M
Chugach Alaska Corp. $20.5 M
Pave Tech $18.6 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $1.3 B
2011 $1.2 B
2012 $1.5 B
2013 $1.6 B
2014 $1.3 B
2015 $1.4 B
2016 $1.4 B
2017 $1.3 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 66%
Civilian 15%
National Guard/Reserve 18%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 27%
Navy/Marines 8%
Air Force 65%
Other Defense 0%

Total Payroll: $939.2 M

Total Personnel: 16,425

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Clark 13,553 9,913 1,637
Churchill 1,239 883 299
Washoe 1,170 53 361
Carson City 341 ND 189
Mineral 50 ND 49
White Pine 20 ND ND
Elko ND ND ND
Lyon ND ND ND
Storey ND ND ND
Pershing ND ND ND
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

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Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Nevada with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(K=thousands M=millions)

Location Dollars
Washoe $821.9 M
Clark $430.7 M
Churchill $191.3 M
Mineral $62.4 M
Douglas $17.8 M
Carson City $5.4 M
Lyon $4.9 M
Elko $1.0 M
Nye $396.0 K
Pershing $34.2 K

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Nevada with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(K=thousands M=millions)

Location Dollars
Clark $753.9 M
Churchill $79.8 M
Washoe $70.8 M
Carson City $27.3 M
Mineral $3.6 M
Storey $601.0 K
White Pine $283.1 K
Douglas $280.0 K
Elko $258.0 K
Lyon $249.0 K

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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NEW HAMPSHIRE


Total spent: $1.8 B (Ranked 39)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 2.1% (Ranked 20)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 0.4%
Spending per resident: $1,308
Contract spending: $1.5 B (Ranked 33)
Number of personnel: 3,169 (Ranked 50)
Personnel spending: $212.1 M (Ranked 50)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 0%
Research and Development 10%
Service 14%
Supplies and Equipment 76%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 22%
Navy/Marines 31%
Air Force 36%
Other Defense 11%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions)

Contractor Name Dollars
BAE Systems $905.3 M
Red River Computer Company $74.7 M
L3 Technologies $72.0 M
Elbit Systems $21.9 M
Optics 1 $18.4 M
Creare $17.4 M
Rockwell Collins-ESA Vision Systems $14.6 M
Windmill Intl (AQYR) $14.3 M
Cutter Enterprises $13.0 M
Timken $12.0 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $1.5 B
2011 $1.2 B
2012 $1.3 B
2013 $1.3 B
2014 $1.2 B
2015 $1.1 B
2016 $1.2 B
2017 $1.5 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 16%
Civilian 32%
National Guard/Reserve 52%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 57%
Navy/Marines 15%
Air Force 22%
Other Defense 6%

Total Payroll: $212.1 M

Total Personnel: 3,169

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Rockingham 1,770 423 400
Hillsborough 466 53 181
Merrimack 446 ND 199
Grafton 305 ND 221
Strafford 119 15 14
Cheshire 36 ND ND
Coos 20 ND ND
Belknap ND ND ND
Carroll ND ND ND
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

TOP DEFENSE CONTRACT SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of New Hampshire with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(K=thousands M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Hillsborough $1.0 B
Rockingham $173.2 M
Sullivan $76.3 M
Grafton $50.6 M
Merrimack $9.5 M
Cheshire $7.6 M
Belknap $6.5 M
Strafford $4.2 M
Coos $622.1 K
Carroll $5.6 K

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of New Hampshire with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(K=thousands M=millions)

Location Dollars
Rockingham $114.9 M
Merrimack $35.3 M
Hillsborough $30.2 M
Grafton $20.6 M
Strafford $8.5 M
Cheshire $1.2 M
Coos $720.8 K
Belknap $243.2 K
Carroll $41.1 K

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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NEW JERSEY


Total spent: $6.5 B (Ranked 20)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 1.1% (Ranked 37)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 1.6%
Spending per resident: $727
Contract spending: $4.8 B (Ranked 18)
Number of personnel: 22,958 (Ranked 27)
Personnel spending: $1.7 B (Ranked 22)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 4%
Research and Development 15%
Service 32%
Supplies and Equipment 49%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 23%
Navy/Marines 29%
Air Force 11%
Other Defense 37%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions B=billions)

Contractor Name Dollars
Lockheed Martin $1.6 B
SAIC $485.5 M
MetLlife $264.9 M
Harris $226.5 M
PAE $115.3 M
Great Lakes Dredge and Dock $92.9 M
Data Systems Analysts $83.1 M
TransDigm Group $70.6 M
Triman Industries $67.4 M
BAE Systems $59.2 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $7.4 B
2011 $7.5 B
2012 $6.2 B
2013 $5.2 B
2014 $4.8 B
2015 $4.9 B
2016 $4.8 B
2017 $4.8 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 26%
Civilian 45%
National Guard/Reserve 29%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 43%
Navy/Marines 13%
Air Force 36%
Other Defense 9%

Total Payroll: $1.7 B

Total Personnel: 22,958

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Burlington 11,189 5,194 2,695
Morris 4,758 126 4,239
Ocean 2,716 277 2,181
Monmouth 1,022 255 320
Atlantic 850 ND 319
Hudson 344 ND 86
Camden 313 40 83
Middlesex 263 32 28
Bergen 260 ND 30
Essex 236 66 29
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

TOP DEFENSE CONTRACT SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of New Jersey with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Burlington $2.0 B
Essex $552.0 M
Morris $380.9 M
Somerset $370.9 M
Passaic $358.1 M
Ocean $246.5 M
Monmouth $236.6 M
Camden $224.9 M
Bergen $130.6 M
Mercer $116.3 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of New Jersey with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Burlington $732.6 M
Morris $490.4 M
Ocean $242.9 M
Monmouth $67.2 M
Atlantic $54.7 M
Camden $16.0 M
Mercer $15.2 M
Hudson $13.7 M
Essex $11.7 M
Middlesex $11.6 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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NEW MEXICO


Total spent: $2.5 B (Ranked 36)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 2.6% (Ranked 15)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 0.6%
Spending per resident: $1,214
Contract spending: $1.3 B (Ranked 37)
Number of personnel: 20,814 (Ranked 29)
Personnel spending: $1.3 B (Ranked 28)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 7%
Research and Development 25%
Service 57%
Supplies and Equipment 12%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 31%
Navy/Marines 10%
Air Force 48%
Other Defense 10%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions)

Contractor Name Dollars
TRAX International $82.7 M
Applied Research Associates $74.7 M
Lockheed Martin $48.5 M
CAE $43.9 M
Chenega Integrated Mission Support $39.1 M
M1 Support Services $33.4 M
Honeywell $29.6 M
ATA Aerospace $27.5 M
AECOM $26.4 M
Raytheon $22.0 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $1.5 B
2011 $1.4 B
2012 $1.3 B
2013 $1.4 B
2014 $1.2 B
2015 $1.3 B
2016 $1.4 B
2017 $1.3 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 59%
Civilian 31%
National Guard/Reserve 10%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 24%
Navy/Marines 3%
Air Force 74%
Other Defense 0%

Total Payroll: $1.3 B

Total Personnel: 20,814

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Bernalillo 7,280 3,425 3,022
Curry 5,219 4,681 498
Otero 4,843 3,898 880
Dona Ana 2,265 278 1,667
Santa Fe 497 13 220
Sandoval 299 ND 19
Chaves 89 12 11
Valencia 65 ND ND
San Juan 54 ND ND
Rio Arriba 49 ND 14
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

TOP DEFENSE CONTRACT SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of New Mexico with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Bernalillo $544.0 M
Dona Ana $279.3 M
Otero $191.8 M
Curry $63.7 M
Mckinley $25.5 M
Sandoval $25.4 M
Los Alamos $16.7 M
Socorro $15.8 M
Santa Fe $9.4 M
Roosevelt $7.3 M

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Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of New Mexico with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Bernalillo $491.2 M
Curry $271.8 M
Otero $255.3 M
Dona Ana $165.5 M
Santa Fe $39.4 M
Sandoval $11.7 M
Chaves $4.1 M
San Juan $2.5 M
Socorro $2.3 M
Valencia $1.6 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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NEW YORK


Total spent: $9.2 B (Ranked 14)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 0.6% (Ranked 50)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 2.3%
Spending per resident: $462
Contract spending: $6.5 B (Ranked 14)
Number of personnel: 42,594 (Ranked 16)
Personnel spending: $2.6 B (Ranked 17)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 5%
Research and Development 8%
Service 20%
Supplies and Equipment 68%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 29%
Navy/Marines 40%
Air Force 9%
Other Defense 23%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions B=billions)

Contractor Name Dollars
Lockheed Martin $1.4 B
Harris $701.9 M
Northrop Grumman $700.8 M
BAE Systems $258.7 M
Interpublic Group of Companies $201.8 M
SRC $123.3 M
Moog $103.1 M
St Vincentís Catholic Medical Centers of NY $102.6 M
Assured Information Security $98.9 M
Bechtel Group $85.3 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $8.9 B
2011 $8.0 B
2012 $8.0 B
2013 $7.4 B
2014 $7.4 B
2015 $6.6 B
2016 $6.5 B
2017 $6.5 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 48%
Civilian 26%
National Guard/Reserve 26%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 70%
Navy/Marines 13%
Air Force 15%
Other Defense 3%

Total Payroll: $2.6 B

Total Personnel: 42,594

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Jefferson 17,238 15,127 1,964
Orange 5,208 1,778 2,513
Oneida 2,156 58 1,738
Saratoga 1,869 1,803 66
Albany 1,780 226 1,160
Niagara 1,546 12 519
Onondaga 1,465 118 506
Nassau 1,369 391 274
Kings 1,130 184 350
Queens 1,115 74 97
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

TOP DEFENSE CONTRACT SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of New York with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Nassau $932.3 M
Onondaga $769.7 M
Monroe $710.6 M
Tioga $709.9 M
Suffolk $605.4 M
New York $534.3 M
Erie $291.3 M
Oneida $235.5 M
Orange $146.0 M
Kings $136.4 M

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Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of New York with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Jefferson $909.3 M
Orange $420.7 M
Oneida $150.2 M
Albany $138.7 M
Saratoga $125.3 M
Onondaga $94.1 M
Nassau $89.0 M
Schenectady $82.5 M
Niagara $81.1 M
Kings $74.4 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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NORTH CAROLINA


Total spent: $10.3 B (Ranked 12)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 1.9% (Ranked 25)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 2.6%
Spending per resident: $1,006
Contract spending: $3.3 B (Ranked 23)
Number of personnel: 126,909 (Ranked 4)
Personnel spending: $7.0 B (Ranked 5)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 10%
Research and Development 3%
Service 58%
Supplies and Equipment 29%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 28%
Navy/Marines 44%
Air Force 3%
Other Defense 25%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions)

Contractor Name Dollars
Sodexo $111.1 M
H Squared $95.6 M
Booz Allen Hamilton $47.5 M
Raytheon $39.1 M
Sauer $38.9 M
R&R Enterprises $34.1 M
International Textile Group $33.5 M
McRae Industries $32.5 M
US Foods Holding $30.9 M
Cyberspace Solutions $29.3 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $3.8 B
2011 $3.7 B
2012 $3.7 B
2013 $3.3 B
2014 $2.8 B
2015 $2.7 B
2016 $2.7 B
2017 $3.3 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 76%
Civilian 17%
National Guard/Reserve 7%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 49%
Navy/Marines 41%
Air Force 8%
Other Defense 2%

Total Payroll: $7.0 B

Total Personnel: 126,909

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Cumberland 58,118 46,804 10,208
Onslow 40,895 36,993 3,673
Craven 11,113 6,387 4,657
Wayne 5,859 4,378 746
Wake 2,566 562 646
Mecklenburg 1,466 108 403
Guilford 601 39 118
New Hanover 518 ND 293
Caldwell 357 265 26
Buncombe 287 70 62
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

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Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of North Carolina with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Cumberland $847.4 M
Mecklenburg $760.2 M
Onslow $472.3 M
Craven $197.8 M
Wake $156.6 M
Hoke $119.8 M
Guilford $113.0 M
Wayne $73.4 M
Durham $48.2 M
Brunswick $38.5 M

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Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of North Carolina with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Cumberland $3.7 B
Onslow $1.8 B
Craven $600.7 M
Wayne $294.1 M
Wake $150.8 M
Mecklenburg $82.2 M
New Hanover $31.3 M
Guilford $26.9 M
Durham $20.0 M
Brunswick $17.4 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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NORTH DAKOTA


Total spent: $754.1 M (Ranked 44)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 1.3% (Ranked 30)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 0.2%
Spending per resident: $998
Contract spending: $165.7 M (Ranked 49)
Number of personnel: 10,847 (Ranked 36)
Personnel spending: $588.4 M (Ranked 39)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 28%
Research and Development 1%
Service 51%
Supplies and Equipment 20%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 48%
Navy/Marines 1%
Air Force 38%
Other Defense 12%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions)

Contractor Name Dollars
United Excel $12.4 M
Southwest Concrete Paving $12.2 M
Pro-Mark Services $11.3 M
Fluor Corp. $11.2 M
Dakco Distributors $9.6 M
Ames Construction $7.9 M
United Crane & Excavation $7.3 M
CGH Global $3.5 M
US Foods Holding $2.8 M
SIA Solutions $2.7 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $354.1 M
2011 $402.6 M
2012 $366.7 M
2013 $326.9 M
2014 $277.0 M
2015 $185.5 M
2016 $135.6 M
2017 $165.7 M

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 67%
Civilian 16%
National Guard/Reserve 16%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 30%
Navy/Marines 1%
Air Force 69%
Other Defense 0%

Total Payroll: $588.4 M

Total Personnel: 10,847

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Ward 6,389 5,561 686
Grand Forks 2,165 1,651 356
Cass 1,018 25 301
Burleigh 662 ND 269
Ramsey 201 ND 60
Richland 85 ND ND
Barnes 59 ND 18
McLean 58 ND 58
Pembina 43 40 ND
Stutsman 39 ND ND
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

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Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of North Dakota with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(K=thousands M=millions)

Location Dollars
Ward $78.5 M
Grand Forks $40.7 M
Cass $13.7 M
Pembina $7.6 M
McLean $4.2 M
Burleigh $2.5 M
Lamoure $1.7 M
Sioux $976.5 K
Benson $932.9 K
Ramsey $775.5 K

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of North Dakota with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Ward $338.6 M
Grand Forks $112.6 M
Cass $58.6 M
Burleigh $47.7 M
Ramsey $12.1 M
McLean $5.1 M
Barnes $2.9 M
Richland $2.3 M
Pembina $2.0 M
Stutsman $1.3 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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OHIO


Total spent: $6.9 B (Ranked 19)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 1.0% (Ranked 38)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 1.7%
Spending per resident: $594
Contract spending: $3.9 B (Ranked 20)
Number of personnel: 43,773 (Ranked 14)
Personnel spending: $3.0 B (Ranked 12)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 2%
Research and Development 15%
Service 32%
Supplies and Equipment 50%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 13%
Navy/Marines 10%
Air Force 47%
Other Defense 30%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions)

Contractor Name Dollars
General Electric $817.3 M
CFM International $133.7 M
Wornick $119.6 M
Boeing $108.6 M
Battelle Memorial Institute $106.7 M
Continental AG $90.3 M
L3 Technologies $89.6 M
Lockheed Martin $69.1 M
Husky Energy $58.3 M
United Technologies $53.0 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $6.2 B
2011 $5.9 B
2012 $6.0 B
2013 $5.0 B
2014 $4.0 B
2015 $3.8 B
2016 $3.5 B
2017 $3.9 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 15%
Civilian 60%
National Guard/Reserve 25%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 49%
Navy/Marines 8%
Air Force 41%
Other Defense 2%

Total Payroll: $3.0 B

Total Personnel: 43,773

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Greene 19,825 5,423 13,393
Franklin 10,052 360 7,210
Cuyahoga 3,169 181 2,719
Hamilton 1,130 132 281
Clark 1,086 ND 404
Trumbull 899 34 60
Richland 882 ND 300
Stark 713 33 21
Summit 666 ND 154
Lucas 598 39 331
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

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Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Ohio with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Greene $1.0 B
Hamilton $984.0 M
Montgomery $432.0 M
Franklin $377.7 M
Summit $205.3 M
Cuyahoga $190.6 M
Butler $176.5 M
Licking $139.8 M
Clermont $81.2 M
Miami $52.2 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Ohio with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Greene $1.6 B
Franklin $703.4 M
Cuyahoga $198.0 M
Clark $63.2 M
Hamilton $54.9 M
Richland $41.2 M
Trumbull $36.8 M
Lucas $34.3 M
Summit $29.4 M
Mahoning $25.6 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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OKLAHOMA


Total spent: $6.0 B (Ranked 23)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 3.1% (Ranked 11)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 1.5%
Spending per resident: $1,526
Contract spending: $3.1 B (Ranked 25)
Number of personnel: 50,145 (Ranked 12)
Personnel spending: $2.9 B (Ranked 13)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 6%
Research and Development 1%
Service 73%
Supplies and Equipment 20%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 21%
Navy/Marines 7%
Air Force 59%
Other Defense 13%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions)

Contractor Name Dollars
Boeing $859.2 M
AECOM $226.5 M
Patriot Team $216.6 M
Arctic Slope Regional Corp. $74.6 M
L3 Technologies $56.9 M
IAP World Services $50.6 M
Afognak Native Corp. $44.9 M
Professional Contract Services $43.8 M
Northrop Grumman $43.7 M
NORDAM Group $36.0 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $2.7 B
2011 $2.4 B
2012 $2.5 B
2013 $1.5 B
2014 $1.5 B
2015 $2.0 B
2016 $2.7 B
2017 $3.1 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 41%
Civilian 48%
National Guard/Reserve 11%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 61%
Navy/Marines 8%
Air Force 31%
Other Defense 0%

Total Payroll: $2.9 B

Total Personnel: 50,145

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Oklahoma 24,777 5,959 17,192
Comanche 14,528 11,704 2,488
Jackson 2,593 1,333 1,190
Tulsa 1,825 39 861
Pittsburg 1,822 ND 1,733
Garfield 1,666 1,248 300
Cleveland 669 32 134
Canadian 468 ND 16
Wagoner 427 15 18
Payne 274 ND 12
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

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Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Oklahoma with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Oklahoma $1.8 B
Tulsa $354.7 M
Comanche $168.2 M
Garfield $114.3 M
Jackson $81.7 M
Pittsburg $37.6 M
Muskogee $26.0 M
Cleveland $24.7 M
Payne $22.8 M
Canadian $12.4 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Oklahoma with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Oklahoma $1.6 B
Comanche $656.0 M
Jackson $142.1 M
Pittsburg $119.3 M
Tulsa $104.1 M
Garfield $81.6 M
Cleveland $38.1 M
Canadian $26.4 M
Payne $15.8 M
Wagoner $14.7 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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OREGON


Total spent: $1.3 B (Ranked 42)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 0.5% (Ranked 51)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 0.3%
Spending per resident: $318
Contract spending: $860.0 M (Ranked 40)
Number of personnel: 7,305 (Ranked 42)
Personnel spending: $457.6 M (Ranked 42)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 9%
Research and Development 4%
Service 44%
Supplies and Equipment 43%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 54%
Navy/Marines 23%
Air Force 3%
Other Defense 20%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions)

Contractor Name Dollars
AECOM $163.8 M
Vigor Industrial $162.2 M
EPIC Aviation $58.9 M
FLIR Systems $30.8 M
Rockwell Collins-ESA Vision Systems $19.7 M
Galois $17.5 M
Port of Portland $15.4 M
Bay West $11.3 M
Great Lakes Dredge and Dock $10.4 M
A-dec $10.1 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $1.2 B
2011 $797.3 M
2012 $815.8 M
2013 $672.7 M
2014 $701.1 M
2015 $1.3 B
2016 $923.2 M
2017 $860.0 M

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 7%
Civilian 42%
National Guard/Reserve 51%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 57%
Navy/Marines 10%
Air Force 22%
Other Defense 10%

Total Payroll: $457.6 M

Total Personnel: 7,305

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Multnomah 2,769 245 1,511
Klamath 848 103 346
Marion 787 15 262
Clackamas 651 31 189
Lane 441 58 132
Umatilla 306 ND 166
Clatsop 181 ND 60
Jackson 166 ND 39
Wasco 166 ND 125
Sherman 125 ND 125
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

TOP DEFENSE CONTRACT SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Oregon with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Multnomah $206.5 M
Umatilla $199.9 M
Clackamas $89.7 M
Marion $68.9 M
Washington $32.9 M
Lane $29.3 M
Hood River $22.2 M
Clatsop $16.1 M
Wasco $15.1 M
Yamhill $14.5 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Oregon with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Multnomah $201.0 M
Marion $59.9 M
Klamath $50.6 M
Clackamas $32.3 M
Lane $23.7 M
Umatilla $18.4 M
Wasco $12.7 M
Sherman $11.1 M
Clatsop $7.7 M
Jackson $6.9 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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PENNSYLVANIA


Total spent: $12.1 B (Ranked 9)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 1.6% (Ranked 28)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 3.0%
Spending per resident: $943
Contract spending: $9.4 B (Ranked 8)
Number of personnel: 38,767 (Ranked 18)
Personnel spending: $2.6 B (Ranked 15)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 2%
Research and Development 5%
Service 16%
Supplies and Equipment 77%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 24%
Navy/Marines 29%
Air Force 8%
Other Defense 38%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions B=billions)

Contractor Name Dollars
AmerisourceBergen $2.2 B
Bechtel Group $1.8 B
Boeing $1.0 B
Lockheed Martin $617.8 M
BAE Systems $605.7 M
Pennsylvania State University $161.5 M
Leonardo S.p.A. (Finmeccanica) $160.4 M
Maritime Helicopter Support $139.8 M
International SOS $102.6 M
General Dynamics $80.4 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $11.8 B
2011 $10.3 B
2012 $10.4 B
2013 $9.4 B
2014 $13.2 B
2015 $10.8 B
2016 $9.8 B
2017 $9.4 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 6%
Civilian 63%
National Guard/Reserve 31%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 73%
Navy/Marines 10%
Air Force 15%
Other Defense 1%

Total Payroll: $2.6 B

Total Personnel: 38,767

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Philadelphia 8,732 414 7,688
Cumberland 4,619 649 3,802
York 3,715 270 3,243
Allegheny 3,506 367 1,336
Monroe 2,976 29 2,848
Lebanon 2,620 ND 1,016
Franklin 2,236 ND 2,012
Dauphin 1,318 52 364
Montgomery 1,225 10 330
Cambria 787 23 210
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

TOP DEFENSE CONTRACT SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Pennsylvania with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Chester $2.4 B
Allegheny $2.2 B
Delaware $1.3 B
Bucks $798.7 M
York $773.7 M
Montgomery $491.4 M
Philadelphia $396.2 M
Cumberland $284.8 M
Cambria $265.0 M
Lackawanna $225.3 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Pennsylvania with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Philadelphia $731.3 M
Cumberland $392.1 M
York $266.0 M
Allegheny $232.1 M
Monroe $201.1 M
Lebanon $172.0 M
Franklin $153.3 M
Dauphin $72.0 M
Montgomery $71.5 M
Adams $35.5 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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RHODE ISLAND


Total spent: $1.4 B (Ranked 41)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 2.4% (Ranked 16)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 0.4%
Spending per resident: $1,358
Contract spending: $648.3 M (Ranked 42)
Number of personnel: 9,625 (Ranked 39)
Personnel spending: $790.3 M (Ranked 35)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 2%
Research and Development 7%
Service 62%
Supplies and Equipment 30%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 3%
Navy/Marines 89%
Air Force 1%
Other Defense 7%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions)

Contractor Name Dollars
Raytheon $160.8 M
Systems Engineering Associates $53.7 M
McLaughlin Research Corp. $24.3 M
SAIC $22.1 M
Mikel $19.6 M
Northrop Grumman $18.0 M
Nutmeg Companies $17.1 M
Tetra Tech $16.3 M
Rite-Solutions $14.5 M
BAE Systems $14.0 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $762.3 M
2011 $693.2 M
2012 $750.1 M
2013 $628.1 M
2014 $514.3 M
2015 $696.2 M
2016 $755.9 M
2017 $648.3 M

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 32%
Civilian 51%
National Guard/Reserve 18%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 34%
Navy/Marines 46%
Air Force 15%
Other Defense 5%

Total Payroll: $790.3 M

Total Personnel: 9,625

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Newport 7,325 2,572 4,350
Washington 801 ND 268
Providence 601 110 186
Kent 486 34 63
Bristol 80 ND ND
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

TOP DEFENSE CONTRACT SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Rhode Island with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Newport $549.3 M
Providence $32.2 M
Washington $18.7 M
Kent $14.5 M
Bristol $5.1 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Rhode Island with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Newport $654.5 M
Washington $46.3 M
Providence $43.5 M
Kent $27.7 M
Bristol $2.7 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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SOUTH CAROLINA


Total spent: $5.1 B (Ranked 24)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 2.3% (Ranked 19)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 1.3%
Spending per resident: $1,013
Contract spending: $2.5 B (Ranked 27)
Number of personnel: 54,955 (Ranked 10)
Personnel spending: $2.6 B (Ranked 16)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 7%
Research and Development 5%
Service 59%
Supplies and Equipment 29%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 22%
Navy/Marines 53%
Air Force 11%
Other Defense 15%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions)

Contractor Name Dollars
SAIC $183.5 M
UNAKA Corp. $114.8 M
Honeywell $89.4 M
Scientific Research Corp. $84.6 M
Detyens Shipyards $69.7 M
Wespavia SA $64.6 M
Mercom $62.9 M
CACI $62.9 M
KSH Solutions $60.1 M
General Dynamics $55.2 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $4.7 B
2011 $4.7 B
2012 $3.4 B
2013 $3.3 B
2014 $2.7 B
2015 $2.3 B
2016 $2.3 B
2017 $2.5 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 68%
Civilian 19%
National Guard/Reserve 13%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 45%
Navy/Marines 33%
Air Force 19%
Other Defense 2%

Total Payroll: $2.6 B

Total Personnel: 54,955

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Richland 16,808 11,306 3,386
Beaufort 11,734 10,379 1,246
Charleston 9,623 3,750 4,279
Berkeley 6,338 5,918 353
Sumter 5,816 4,998 698
Greenville 926 50 210
Orangeburg 212 ND 21
Spartanburg 201 ND ND
York 180 ND 16
Greenwood 169 ND 14
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

TOP DEFENSE CONTRACT SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of South Carolina with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Charleston $1.1 B
Berkeley $331.1 M
Richland $329.4 M
Sumter $183.4 M
Beaufort $138.9 M
Marion $114.8 M
Greenville $71.5 M
Georgetown $57.8 M
Lexington $50.7 M
Anderson $20.5 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of South Carolina with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Richland $729.1 M
Charleston $639.8 M
Beaufort $401.3 M
Sumter $354.4 M
Berkeley $330.9 M
Greenville $49.1 M
Spartanburg $9.9 M
Lexington $9.4 M
Anderson $7.2 M
Orangeburg $6.8 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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SOUTH DAKOTA


Total spent: $546.8 M (Ranked 48)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 1.1% (Ranked 36)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 0.1%
Spending per resident: $629
Contract spending: $208.0 M (Ranked 47)
Number of personnel: 6,748 (Ranked 45)
Personnel spending: $338.8 M (Ranked 45)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 18%
Research and Development 2%
Service 23%
Supplies and Equipment 58%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 31%
Navy/Marines 9%
Air Force 44%
Other Defense 16%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions)

Contractor Name Dollars
Sterling Computers $82.0 M
Rosenbauer Beteiligungsverwaltung $13.6 M
Interstate Electrical Contractors $12.1 M
Dean Kurtz Construction $8.0 M
Tetra Tech $6.6 M
Hensel Phelps Construction $5.0 M
Pro-Mark Services $4.1 M
Forest Products Distributors $3.6 M
Structural Associates $2.6 M
State of South Dakota OASI Division $2.6 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $504.9 M
2011 $507.7 M
2012 $455.1 M
2013 $365.0 M
2014 $353.0 M
2015 $136.3 M
2016 $183.9 M
2017 $208.0 M

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 50%
Civilian 21%
National Guard/Reserve 29%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 48%
Navy/Marines 1%
Air Force 50%
Other Defense 0%

Total Payroll: $338.8 M

Total Personnel: 6,748

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Meade 3,352 3,282 11
Pennington 1,148 ND 820
Minnehaha 1,109 17 334
Codington 142 ND ND
Brown 115 ND ND
Hughes 108 ND 45
Charles Mix 96 ND 43
Davison 95 ND 49
Brookings 72 ND 16
Clay 43 ND ND
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

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Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of South Dakota with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(K=thousands M=millions)

Location Dollars
Union $83.3 M
Meade $46.4 M
Minnehaha $18.9 M
Charles Mix $15.2 M
Pennington $12.3 M
Buffalo $5.7 M
Lawrence $5.3 M
Hughes $4.7 M
Yankton $1.4 M
Todd $912.5 K

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of South Dakota with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Meade $165.3 M
Pennington $70.2 M
Minnehaha $53.1 M
Hughes $6.7 M
Beadle $6.0 M
Charles Mix $4.5 M
Codington $4.2 M
Hutchinson $4.1 M
Davison $3.6 M
Brookings $3.1 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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TENNESSEE


Total spent: $2.6 B (Ranked 34)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 0.7% (Ranked 47)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 0.7%
Spending per resident: $393
Contract spending: $1.7 B (Ranked 31)
Number of personnel: 29,163 (Ranked 22)
Personnel spending: $933.5 M (Ranked 33)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 15%
Research and Development 1%
Service 55%
Supplies and Equipment 28%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 34%
Navy/Marines 12%
Air Force 27%
Other Defense 26%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions)

Contractor Name Dollars
National Aerospace Solutions $252.7 M
BAE Systems $241.5 M
FedEx $228.0 M
ECI Defense Group $50.3 M
AECOM $44.2 M
Chemring Group $33.4 M
Heeter Geotechnical Construction $26.8 M
L3 Technologies $23.0 M
International Development & Resources $21.5 M
NANA Regional Corp. $20.5 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $2.9 B
2011 $2.4 B
2012 $1.6 B
2013 $1.6 B
2014 $1.3 B
2015 $1.3 B
2016 $1.4 B
2017 $1.7 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 7%
Civilian 21%
National Guard/Reserve 73%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 66%
Navy/Marines 16%
Air Force 17%
Other Defense 1%

Total Payroll: $933.5 M

Total Personnel: 29,163

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Shelby 18,758 1,217 2,333
Davidson 3,055 375 1,059
Montgomery 1,110 40 1,037
Knox 848 77 401
Blount 672 23 63
Hamilton 601 42 70
Rutherford 538 19 117
Coffee 512 52 362
Washington 258 41 36
Gibson 192 ND 35
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

TOP DEFENSE CONTRACT SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Tennessee with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Shelby $394.0 M
Coffee $374.3 M
Sullivan $243.3 M
Montgomery $112.1 M
Davidson $69.1 M
Hickman $51.2 M
Knox $46.9 M
Hamilton $42.0 M
Hardeman $33.4 M
Blount $30.0 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Tennessee with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Shelby $350.7 M
Davidson $200.3 M
Montgomery $79.2 M
Knox $45.6 M
Bount $40.3 M
Coffee $38.0 M
Rutherford $27.4 M
Hamilton $24.7 M
Washington $9.7 M
Madison $9.5 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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TEXAS


Total spent: $37.3 B (Ranked 3)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 2.1% (Ranked 21)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 9.2%
Spending per resident: $1,318
Contract spending: $26.6 B (Ranked 3)
Number of personnel: 185,406 (Ranked 3)
Personnel spending: $10.7 B (Ranked 3)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 2%
Research and Development 6%
Service 25%
Supplies and Equipment 67%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 20%
Navy/Marines 40%
Air Force 22%
Other Defense 18%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions B=billions)

Contractor Name Dollars
Lockheed Martin $13.0 B
L3 Technologies $2.4 B
Bell Boeing Joint Project Office $1.9 B
Textron $839.4 M
Raytheon $832.4 M
Royal Dutch Shell $722.2 M
Cerberus Capital Management $406.3 M
Valero Energy $379.8 M
Andeavor $365.8 M
Phillips 66 $249.5 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $31.1 B
2011 $32.7 B
2012 $31.4 B
2013 $32.0 B
2014 $30.7 B
2015 $24.8 B
2016 $22.9 B
2017 $26.6 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 63%
Civilian 26%
National Guard/Reserve 11%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 61%
Navy/Marines 10%
Air Force 28%
Other Defense 1%

Total Payroll: $10.7 B

Total Personnel: 185,406

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Bexar 61,795 35,250 22,118
Bell 38,117 32,071 5,543
El Paso 30,570 25,339 4,064
Wichita 7,767 6,523 1,126
Tarrant 6,519 1,086 2,455
Nueces 5,390 1,373 3,724
Taylor 5,111 4,413 493
Harris 4,007 651 678
Tom Green 3,972 3,282 644
Dallas 3,567 481 853
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

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Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Texas with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Tarrant $13.0 B
Bexar $2.9 B
Dallas $2.9 B
Harris $2.2 B
Potter $1.9 B
Hunt $1.6 B
Collin $994.0 M
El Paso $676.5 M
Bell $341.3 M
Nueces $332.0 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Texas with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Bexar $3.8 B
Bell $2.1 B
El Paso $1.7 B
Tarrant $420.7 M
Nueces $382.4 M
Wichita $305.6 M
Taylor $265.3 M
Harris $228.8 M
Dallas $222.3 M
Bowie $191.9 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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UTAH


Total spent: $3.0 B (Ranked 31)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 1.8% (Ranked 26)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 0.7%
Spending per resident: $977
Contract spending: $1.4 B (Ranked 35)
Number of personnel: 24,087 (Ranked 26)
Personnel spending: $1.6 B (Ranked 24)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 10%
Research and Development 12%
Service 50%
Supplies and Equipment 28%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 31%
Navy/Marines 15%
Air Force 44%
Other Defense 10%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions)

Contractor Name Dollars
L3 Technologies $258.8 M
AECOM $100.8 M
Northrop Grumman $89.5 M
Boeing $52.4 M
Utah State University $27.6 M
Jacobs Engineering Group $26.0 M
Sinclair Companies $23.1 M
Chenega Corp. $19.3 M
Mountain West Precast $17.7 M
Kihomac $14.0 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $2.1 B
2011 $2.3 B
2012 $2.5 B
2013 $2.3 B
2014 $1.6 B
2015 $1.6 B
2016 $1.6 B
2017 $1.4 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 17%
Civilian 63%
National Guard/Reserve 20%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 54%
Navy/Marines 5%
Air Force 41%
Other Defense 0%

Total Payroll: $1.6 B

Total Personnel: 24,087

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Davis 17,044 3,867 12,630
Salt Lake 4,264 225 1,154
Tooele 1,167 29 1,069
Weber 554 46 178
Utah 507 23 24
Washington 146 ND 15
Cache 107 ND 10
Box Elder 77 ND 57
Carbon 64 ND ND
Iron 42 ND ND
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

TOP DEFENSE CONTRACT SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Utah with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions)

Location Dollars
Salt Lake $421.6 M
Davis $383.3 M
Tooele $176.4 M
Weber $66.8 M
Box Elder $44.8 M
Cache $39.5 M
Utah $30.8 M
Summit $14.2 M
Iron $8.9 M
Morgan $4.3 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Utah with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Davis $1.2 B
Salt Lake $281.9 M
Tooele $86.7 M
Utah $31.2 M
Weber $30.4 M
Washington $6.3 M
Box Elder $5.3 M
Cache $4.8 M
Iron $2.1 M
Sanpete $1.4 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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VERMONT


Total spent: $439.4 M (Ranked 50)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 1.3% (Ranked 31)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 0.1%
Spending per resident: $705
Contract spending: $303.7 M (Ranked 44)
Number of personnel: 2,237 (Ranked 51)
Personnel spending: $135.8 M (Ranked 51)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 1%
Research and Development 1%
Service 20%
Supplies and Equipment 78%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 60%
Navy/Marines 19%
Air Force 3%
Other Defense 18%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions)

Contractor Name Dollars
General Dynamics $145.2 M
United Technologies $40.2 M
D. A. Collins Construction $18.9 M
New England Woodcraft $9.7 M
VAE, Inc. $6.2 M
Burns & McDonnell $3.0 M
Norwich University $2.8 M
Task Source $2.3 M
Pond & Company $1.9 M
Vermont Aerospace Manufacturing $1.7 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $474.0 M
2011 $577.4 M
2012 $458.2 M
2013 $274.9 M
2014 $181.9 M
2015 $244.2 M
2016 $225.0 M
2017 $303.7 M

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 6%
Civilian 28%
National Guard/Reserve 66%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 70%
Navy/Marines 2%
Air Force 27%
Other Defense 1%

Total Payroll: $135.8 M

Total Personnel: 2,237

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Chittenden 1,514 85 567
Washington 228 32 14
Windsor 114 10 19
Franklin 86 ND ND
Rutland 83 ND ND
Windham 38 ND ND
Orange 35 ND ND
Caledonia 34 ND ND
Bennington 31 ND ND
Lamoille 30 ND ND
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

TOP DEFENSE CONTRACT SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Vermont with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(K=thousands M=millions)

Location Dollars
Chittenden $195.9 M
Addison $46.7 M
Rutland $10.6 M
Washington $5.5 M
Caledonia $2.2 M
Windsor $1.7 M
Orange $1.2 M
Windham $702.1 K
Bennington $446.9 K
Lamoille $322.4 K

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Vermont with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(K=thousands M=millions)

Location Dollars
Chittenden $105.9 M
Washington $11.2 M
Windsor $5.1 M
Franklin $3.5 M
Rutland $3.2 M
Caledonia $1.2 M
Windham $1.1 M
Lamoille $1.0 M
Addison $964.6 K
Orange $947.1 K

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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VIRGINIA


Total spent: $46.1 B (Ranked 2)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 8.9% (Ranked 1)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 11.4%
Spending per resident: $5,443
Contract spending: $30.5 B (Ranked 2)
Number of personnel: 193,589 (Ranked 2)
Personnel spending: $15.6 B (Ranked 1)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 2%
Research and Development 9%
Service 59%
Supplies and Equipment 30%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 26%
Navy/Marines 35%
Air Force 13%
Other Defense 26%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions B=billions)

Contractor Name Dollars
Northrop Grumman $1.8 B
Huntington Ingalls $1.6 B
ADS $1.3 B
Leidos $931.3 M
Booz Allen Hamilton $888.7 M
CACI $733.8 M
SAIC $715.7 M
General Dynamics $682.0 M
Lockheed Martin $646.9 M
Hewlett-Packard $505.0 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $39.0 B
2011 $38.5 B
2012 $38.5 B
2013 $34.9 B
2014 $32.1 B
2015 $31.3 B
2016 $29.9 B
2017 $30.5 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 45%
Civilian 49%
National Guard/Reserve 6%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 33%
Navy/Marines 50%
Air Force 13%
Other Defense 4%

Total Payroll: $15.6 B

Total Personnel: 193,589

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Norfolk City 34,492 16,510 16,204
Virginia Beach City 22,220 16,552 3,544
Fairfax 19,471 6,381 11,796
Arlington 18,347 2,731 15,537
Portsmouth City 16,438 2,803 13,546
Prince George 12,592 8,926 3,475
Prince William 12,274 7,566 4,258
Newport News City 9,485 5,526 3,562
York 9,123 7,783 642
Accomack 7,110 6,734 83
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

TOP DEFENSE CONTRACT SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense contract spending locations within the state of Virginia with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Fairfax $13.7 B
Arlington $2.6 B
Norfolk City $2.2 B
Virginia Beach City $2.1 B
Newport News City $2.0 B
Prince William $1.4 B
Alexandria City $1.1 B
Loudoun $1.1 B
Portsmouth City $511.6 M
King George $378.0 M

TOP DEFENSE PERSONNEL SPENDING LOCATIONS

Map presenting top defense personnel spending locations within the state of Virginia with an overlay showing the positions of key military installations differentiated by service and active/reserve affiliation.

Map legend.

(M=millions B=billions)

Location Dollars
Norfolk City $2.8 B
Fairfax $2.0 B
Arlington $2.0 B
Virginia Beach City $1.3 B
Portsmouth City $1.2 B
Accomack $939.3 M
Prince George $725.2 M
Newport News City $638.1 M
Prince William $579.9 M
King George $568.4 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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WASHINGTON


Total spent: $15.1 B (Ranked 6)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 2.9% (Ranked 13)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 3.7%
Spending per resident: $2,046
Contract spending: $9.7 B (Ranked 7)
Number of personnel: 84,502 (Ranked 7)
Personnel spending: $5.5 B (Ranked 8)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 3%
Research and Development 2%
Service 14%
Supplies and Equipment 80%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 7%
Navy/Marines 41%
Air Force 47%
Other Defense 5%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions B=billions)

Contractor Name Dollars
Boeing $8.0 B
PacMed Clinics $148.8 M
TrailStone Group $89.9 M
Chugach Alaska Corp. $68.9 M
Walsh Group $58.8 M
Skookum Educational Programs $45.0 M
General Dynamics $41.9 M
Rore $38.3 M
Nova Group $38.2 M
Pacific Ship Repair & Fabrication $37.0 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $4.7 B
2011 $4.9 B
2012 $6.9 B
2013 $6.7 B
2014 $6.3 B
2015 $6.7 B
2016 $7.1 B
2017 $9.7 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 54%
Civilian 37%
National Guard/Reserve 8%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 59%
Navy/Marines 23%
Air Force 15%
Other Defense 4%

Total Payroll: $5.5 B

Total Personnel: 84,502

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Pierce 40,525 29,749 7,540
Kitsap 23,331 4,649 18,322
Island 7,960 6,852 821
Spokane 4,991 3,015 967
King 1,995 431 954
Snohomish 1,832 652 505
Walla Walla 1,503 ND 1,482
Yakima 627 110 232
Clark 428 47 51
Thurston 271 93 68
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

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Location Dollars
King $8.1 B
Pierce $517.6 M
Kitsap $474.5 M
Klickitat $346.0 M
Snohomish $145.5 M
Island $116.2 M
Spokane $109.6 M
Clark $52.5 M
Skagit $30.4 M
Walla Walla $25.7 M

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Location Dollars
Pierce $2.5 B
Kitsap $1.8 B
Island $453.2 M
Spokane $261.9 M
King $147.8 M
Snohomish $121.1 M
Walla Walla $49.5 M
Yakima $32.1 M
Thurston $22.3 M
Clark $19.1 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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WEST VIRGINIA


Total spent: $569.7 M (Ranked 46)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 0.7% (Ranked 49)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 0.1%
Spending per resident: $314
Contract spending: $269.4 M (Ranked 45)
Number of personnel: 5,217 (Ranked 49)
Personnel spending: $300.3 M (Ranked 48)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 11%
Research and Development 6%
Service 28%
Supplies and Equipment 55%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 60%
Navy/Marines 16%
Air Force 15%
Other Defense 9%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions)

Contractor Name Dollars
Northrop Grumman $87.1 M
Heeter Construction $17.2 M
AMS Group $10.6 M
Electronic Warfare Associates $7.2 M
Four Tribes Construction Services $6.4 M
Leidos $5.7 M
Tetra Tech $4.2 M
FCX Systems $4.1 M
Black Horse Group $3.5 M
Port Amherst $3.2 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $339.6 M
2011 $349.9 M
2012 $278.6 M
2013 $275.0 M
2014 $269.2 M
2015 $266.6 M
2016 $198.9 M
2017 $269.4 M

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 2%
Civilian 36%
National Guard/Reserve 61%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 72%
Navy/Marines 2%
Air Force 25%
Other Defense 1%

Total Payroll: $300.3 M

Total Personnel: 5,217

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Kanawha 1,212 14 435
Berkeley 754 ND 295
Cabell 494 46 448
Putnam 301 ND 129
Wood 257 ND 61
Preston 233 ND 55
Fayette 195 ND 10
Wayne 190 ND 29
Ohio 182 ND 69
Harrison 151 ND 44
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

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Location Dollars
Mineral $96.2 M
Kanawha $31.4 M
Summers $20.7 M
Marion $16.3 M
Jefferson $12.8 M
Monongalia $9.5 M
Berkeley $7.1 M
Nicholas $6.0 M
Cabell $5.2 M
Preston $4.3 M

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Map legend.

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Location Dollars
Kanawha $90.6 M
Berkeley $44.9 M
Cabell $38.0 M
Putnam $14.6 M
Preston $14.5 M
Wood $12.7 M
Wayne $11.4 M
Harrison $8.1 M
Ohio $8.1 M
Fayette $6.8 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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WISCONSIN


Total spent: $2.8 B (Ranked 33)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 0.9% (Ranked 44)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 0.7%
Spending per resident: $487
Contract spending: $2.3 B (Ranked 28)
Number of personnel: 9,249 (Ranked 40)
Personnel spending: $477.2 M (Ranked 41)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 1%
Research and Development 1%
Service 15%
Supplies and Equipment 83%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 68%
Navy/Marines 6%
Air Force 2%
Other Defense 24%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions B=billions)

Contractor Name Dollars
Oshkosh Corp. $1.4 B
UnitedHealth Group $115.6 M
Wisconsin Physicians Service Insurance $71.4 M
National Presto Industries $61.2 M
General Electric $38.9 M
Tower Industries $32.7 M
Snap-On $29.8 M
STATZ Corp. $27.2 M
Ocenco $16.2 M
Industries For Blind and Visually Impaired $16.0 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $7.2 B
2011 $4.5 B
2012 $4.3 B
2013 $3.2 B
2014 $2.4 B
2015 $1.7 B
2016 $2.7 B
2017 $2.3 B

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 8%
Civilian 30%
National Guard/Reserve 62%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 77%
Navy/Marines 7%
Air Force 13%
Other Defense 2%

Total Payroll: $477.2 M

Total Personnel: 9,249

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Dane 1,885 102 545
Monroe 1,742 265 1,107
Milwaukee 1,703 193 407
Juneau 467 ND 198
Brown 316 15 28
Waukesha 223 ND 18
Marathon 179 ND 20
Outagamie 161 32 11
Winnebago 147 ND 41
Eau Claire 140 ND 17
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

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Location Dollars
Winnebago $1.4 B
Dane $136.6 M
La Crosse $133.1 M
Milwaukee $127.7 M
Waukesha $103.7 M
Monroe $73.4 M
Rock $66.2 M
Kenosha $46.6 M
Outagamie $40.9 M
Brown $13.1 M

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Map legend.

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Location Dollars
Dane $122.8 M
Monroe $113.1 M
Milwaukee $89.9 M
Juneau $27.2 M
Brown $10.0 M
Buffalo $8.2 M
Marathon $7.6 M
Waukesha $7.2 M
Washington $6.9 M
Outagamie $6.9 M

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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WYOMING


Total spent: $377.3 M (Ranked 51)
Total spent as percentage of GDP: 0.9% (Ranked 42)
Percentage of total U.S. defense spending: 0.1%
Spending per resident: $651
Contract spending: $90.2 M (Ranked 51)
Number of personnel: 5,415 (Ranked 48)
Personnel spending: $287.1 M (Ranked 49)

DEFENSE CONTRACTS


By Type


Pie chart.
Category Percentage
Construction 21%
Research and Development 2%
Service 63%
Supplies and Equipment 15%

By Service


Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 28%
Navy/Marines 1%
Air Force 60%
Other Defense 11%

Top Defense Contractors

(M=millions)

Contractor Name Dollars
M1 Support Services $18.1 M
Summit Construction $6.9 M
AGEISS $4.7 M
Four Tribes Construction Services $4.3 M
M2 Technology $3.8 M
Bristol General Contractors $3.6 M
RECCO $3.2 M
Olgoonik Diversified Services $3.0 M
Kennon Products $2.7 M
RMC Sound Earth $2.2 M

Contract Awards Performed

Bar chart.

B=billions

Category Dollars
2010 $159.3 M
2011 $119.4 M
2012 $152.8 M
2013 $100.3 M
2014 $99.3 M
2015 $98.8 M
2016 $95.9 M
2017 $90.2 M

DEFENSE PERSONNEL

Allocations, By Type

Pie chart.
Service Percentage
Active Duty 58%
Civilian 21%
National Guard/Reserve 21%

Allocations, By Service

Bar chart.
Service Percentage
Army 28%
Navy/Marines 1%
Air Force 71%
Other Defense 0%

Total Payroll: $287.1 M

Total Personnel: 5,415

Top Defense Personnel Locations

Location Total Active Civilian
Laramie 4,824 3,080 1,032
Platte 184 53 59
Natrona 78 ND 11
Albany 62 10 ND
Campbell 36 ND ND
Sheridan 36 ND ND
Uinta 35 ND ND
Goshen 32 ND ND
Fremont 26 ND ND
Sweetwater 24 ND ND
Note: Total also include uniformed National Guard and Reserve units.

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Map legend.

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Location Dollars
Laramie $82.3 M
Sheridan $2.7 M
Platte $2.5 M
Sublette $2.3 M
Teton $2.3 M
Natrona $794.4 K
Park $355.2 K
Fremont $350.5 K
Albany $346.4 K
Crook $83.4 K

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Map legend.

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Location Dollars
Laramie $261.0 M
Platte $10.4 M
Albany $3.5 M
Natrona $3.0 M
Fremont $1.8 M
Sheridan $1.5 M
Uinta $1.4 M
Converse $796.2 K
Campbell $738.6 K
Lincoln $646.3 K

Data sources: DoDís Defense Manpower Data Center; DoDís Procurement and Acquisition Policy; DoDís Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas; USASpending.gov; U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; and Unitedstateszipcodes.org.

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APPENDIX 1: MILITARY INSTALLATIONS

Alabama

Site Service County Joint Base
10C Stagefield Army Active Coffee No
AASF 02 Birmingham Army Guard Jefferson No
Allen Stagefield Army Active Houston No
Anniston Army Depot Army Active Calhoun No
Barin Field Navy Active Baldwin No
Birmingham Airport AF Guard Jefferson No
Brown Stagefield Army Active Coffee No
Cairns Basefield Army Active Dale No
Fort Benning Army Active Russell No
Fort McClellan ARNG Training Center Army Guard Calhoun No
Fort Rucker Army Active Dale No
Goldberg Stagefield Army Active Dale No
Highbluff Stagefield Army Active Geneva No
Hunt Stagefield Army Active Dale No
Maxwell AFB AF Active Montgomery No
Maxwell AFB Gunter Annex AF Active Montgomery No
Montgomery Regional Airport ANGB AF Guard Montgomery No
NG R W Shepherd Hope Hull Army Guard Montgomery No
NG SMD Army Guard Montgomery No
NOLF Brewton Navy Active Escambia No
NOLF Evergreen Navy Active Conecuh No
NOLF Silverhill Navy Active Baldwin No
NOLF Summerdale Navy Active Baldwin No
NOLF Wolf Navy Active Baldwin No
Pelham Range Training Site - Fort McClellan Army Guard Calhoun No
Redstone Arsenal Army Active Madison No
Shell Basefield Army Active Coffee No
Skelly Stagefield Army Active Coffee No
Stinson Stagefield Army Active Coffee No
Toth Stagefield Army Active Houston No

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Alaska

Site Service County Joint Base
Back Island Navy Active Ketchikan Gateway No
Birch Lake Recreation Annex AF Active Fairbanks North Star No
Chena River Research Site AF Active Fairbanks North Star No
Clear AB AF Active Denali No
Eareckson AS AF Active Aleutians West No
Eielson AFB AF Active Fairbanks North Star No
Elmendorf AFB AF Active Anchorage Yes
Fort Greely Army Active Southeast Fairbanks No
Fort Richardson AF Active Anchorage Yes
Fort Wainwright Army Active Fairbanks North Star No
Haarp Research Station AF Active Valdez-Cordova Yes
Indian Mountain Research Site AF Active Yukon-Koyukuk No
King Salmon Airport AF Active Bristol Bay No
NARL Barrow Camp Navy Active North Slope No
NG Alcantra Armory Complex Army Guard Matanuska-Susitna No
Oliktok Long Range Radar Site AF Active North Slope No
Yukon Weapons Range AF Active Fairbanks North Star No

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Arizona

Site Service County Joint Base
Air Force Plant 44 AF Active Pima No
Barry Goldwater Range MC Active Yuma No
Camp Navajo Army Guard Coconino No
Davis-Monthan AFB AF Active Pima No
Fort Huachuca Army Active Cochise No
Gila Bend Air Force Auxiliary Field AF Active Maricopa No
Luke AFB AF Active Maricopa No
Luke Air Force Auxiliary Field 1 AF Active Maricopa No
Luke Waste Annex AF Active Maricopa No
MCAS Yuma MC Active Yuma No
NAVOBSSTA Flagstaff Navy Active Coconino No
NG Buckeye Army Guard Maricopa No
NG Florence Military Reservation Army Guard Pinal No
NG Papago Military Reservation Army Guard Maricopa No
NG Picacho Aviation TS Army Guard Pinal No
NG Silver Bell Army Heliport Army Guard Pinal No
Sky Harbor IAP AF Guard Maricopa No
The Barry M Goldwater Air Force Range AF Active Maricopa No
Tucson IAP AF Guard Pima No
Yuma Proving Ground Army Active Yuma No

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Arkansas

Site Service County Joint Base
Camp Joseph T Robinson Army Guard Pulaski No
Fort Smith MAP AF Guard Sebastian No
Little Rock AFB AF Active Pulaski No
Pine Bluff Arsenal Army Active Jefferson No

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California

Site Service County Joint Base
Air Force Plant 42 AF Active Los Angeles No
Amphib Base Crndo East Navy Active San Diego No
Amphib Base Crndo West Navy Active San Diego No
Beale AFB AF Active Yuba No
Channel Islands ANGS AF Guard Ventura No
Chocolate Mountain Air Gnry Range MC Active Imperial No
Defense Distribution Region West Sharpe Site Army Active San Joaquin No
Defense Distribution Region West Tracy Army Active San Joaquin No
Edwards AFB AF Active Kern No
Fort Hunter Liggett Army Reserve Monterey No
Fresno Yosemite International (ANG) AF Guard Fresno No
Holtville Carrier LS Navy Active Imperial No
ITC Camp San Luis Obisbo Army Guard San Luis Obispo No
Laguna Peak Navy Active Ventura No
Lincoln Communication Annex AF Active Placer No
Long Beach Fuel Complex Navy Active Los Angeles No
Los Angeles AFB AF Active Los Angeles No
Los Angeles Air Force Annex No.4 AF Active Los Angeles No
March ARB AF Reserve Riverside No
MCAS Miramar MC Active San Diego No
MCB Camp Pendleton MC Active San Diego No
MCLB Barstow MC Active San Bernardino No
MCLB Barstow Yermo Area MC Active San Bernardino No
MCRD San Diego MC Active San Diego No
Military Ocean Terminal Concord Army Active Contra Costa No
MTC-H Camp Roberts Army Guard Monterey No
MWTC Bridgeport MC Active Mono No
NAF El Centro Navy Active Imperial No
NAF El Centro Target 101 Navy Active Imperial No
NAS Lemoore Navy Active Kings No
Naval Medical Center San Diego Navy Active San Diego No
NAVBASE Ventura City Point Mugu Navy Active Ventura No
NAVMINEASWCOM Navy Active San Diego No
NAVPMOSSP Mtn View Navy Active Santa Clara No
NAVSUPPDET Monterey Navy Active Monterey No
NAVSUPPDET Monterey Dixon Transmitter Fac Navy Active Solano No
NAVSUPPDET Monterey Navy School Annex Navy Active Monterey No
NAWS China Lake Navy Active San Bernardino No
NAWS China LakeRandsburg Wash Area Navy Active San Bernardino No
NB Coronado Navy Active San Diego No
NB Coronado Camp Michael Monsoor Navy Active San Diego No
NB Coronado Camp Morena Navy Active San Diego No
NB Coronado Imperial Beach Navy Active San Diego No
NB Coronado Silver Strand Navy Active San Diego No
NB Point Loma Navy Active San Diego No
NB Point Loma Fuel Farm Navy Active San Diego No
NB Point Loma Old Town Navy Active San Diego No
NB Point Loma SPAWARS South Navy Active San Diego No
NB San Diego Navy Active San Diego No
NB San Diego Broadway Complex Navy Active San Diego No
NB San Diego Dryside Navy Active San Diego No
NB San Diego Mission Gorge Navy Active San Diego No
NB San Diego National City Navy Active San Diego No
NG TS MD Los Alamitos Army Guard Orange No
Norco Navy Active Riverside No
Norwalk AF Reserve Los Angeles No
Norwalk Fuel Complex Navy Active Los Angeles No
NTC and Fort Irwin Army Active San Bernardino No
NWS Seal Beach Navy Active Orange No
NWS Seal Beach Fallbrook California Navy Active San Diego No
Ozol Defense Fuel Support Point AF Active Santa Clara No
Pillar Point AFS AF Active San Mateo No
Port Hueneme Navy Active Ventura No
Presidio of Monterey Army Active Monterey No
San Clemente Navy Active Los Angeles No
San Nicolas Island Navy Active Ventura No
San Pedro Fuel Depot Navy Active Los Angeles No
Santa Cruz Island Navy Active Santa Barbara No
Sewage Evaporation Pon Navy Active Kings No
Sierra Army Depot Army Active Lassen No
Travis 1 AF Active Solano No
Travis AFB AF Active Solano No
Travis Annex 2 AF Active Solano No
Twentynine Palms Main Base MC Active San Bernardino No
Vandenberg AFB AF Active Santa Barbara No
Warner Springs RTS Navy Active San Diego No

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Colorado

Site Service County Joint Base
Buckley AFB AF Active Arapahoe No
Cheyenne Mountain AFS AF Active El Paso No
Fort Carson Army Active Pueblo No
Fort Carson Weapons Range AF Guard El Paso No
Peterson AFB AF Active El Paso No
Pueblo Chemical Depot Army Active Pueblo No
Schriever AFB AF Active El Paso No
The Farish Memorial Recreational Annex AF Active El Paso No
USAF Academy AF Active El Paso No
USAF Academy Auxiliary Airfield AF Active El Paso No

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Connecticut

Site Service County Joint Base
Bradley IAP AF Guard Hartford No
NAVSUBASE New London Navy Active New London No
NG Camp Hartell Army Guard Hartford No
NG Camp Rell Army Guard New London No
Stones Ranch Military Reservation Army Guard New London No

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Delaware

Site Service County Joint Base
Dover AFB AF Active Kent No
New Castle County Airport AF Guard New Castle No
NG Bethany Beach TS Army Guard Sussex No
NG River Road Training Site Army Guard New Castle No

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District of Columbia

Site Service County Joint Base
Fort Lesley J McNair Army Active District of Columbia Yes
JBAB Anacostia Bolling Navy Active District of Columbia Yes
Naval Observatory Navy Active District of Columbia No
Naval Research Lab Navy Active District of Columbia No
NSA Washington Navy Active District of Columbia No

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Florida

Site Service County Joint Base
4th MARDIV Jacksonville Maint MC Reserve Duval No
Arbuckle Airfield AF Active Polk No
Avon Park AF Range AF Active Polk No
Cape Canaveral AFS AF Active Brevard No
Cape San Blas Tracking Annex D-3 AF Active Gulf No
Corry Station Navy Active Escambia No
Dania Beach (Lauderdale) Navy Active Broward No
Destin Moreno Point Army Active Okaloosa No
Eglin AFB AF Active Walton No
Eglin AFB Auxiliary Field 3 AF Active Okaloosa No
Eglin AFB Auxiliary Field 6 AF Active Okaloosa No
Eglin Afb Site 2 (Santa Rosa Island) AF Active Okaloosa No
FLC Fuel Depot Heckscher Navy Active Duval No
Homestead ARB AF Reserve Miami-Dade No
Hurlburt Field AF Active Okaloosa No
Jacksonville IAP AF Guard Duval No
Jonathan Dickinson Tracking Annex AF Active Martin No
Kennedy Space Center Communications AF Active Brevard No
MacDill AFB AF Active Hillsborough No
Malabar Transmitter Annex AF Active Brevard No
MCSF Blount Island MC Active Duval No
NAS Jacksonville Navy Active Duval No
NAS Key West Navy Active Monroe No
NAS Key West Dredgers Key-Sigsbee Navy Active Monroe No
NAS Key West Fleming Key Magazine Navy Active Monroe No
NAS Key West Peary Court Navy Active Monroe No
NAS Key West Truman Annex Navy Active Monroe No
NAS Key West Trumbo Point Annex Navy Active Monroe No
NAS Pensacola Navy Active Escambia No
NAS Whiting Field Milton Navy Active Santa Rosa No
Naval Hospital Key West Navy Active Monroe No
NOLF Choctaw Navy Active Santa Rosa No
NOLF Holley Navy Active Santa Rosa No
NOLF Santa Rosa Navy Active Santa Rosa No
NOLF Spencer Navy Active Santa Rosa No
NOTU Cape Canaveral Navy Active Brevard No
NS Mayport Navy Active Duval No
NSA Orlando Navy Active Orange No
NSA Panama City Navy Active Bay No
OLF Bronson Navy Active Escambia No
OLF Whitehouse Navy Active Duval No
Patrick AFB AF Active Brevard No
Pinecastle E.W. Range Navy Active Marion No
Saufley Field Navy Active Escambia No
Tyndall AFB AF Active Bay No
US Army Garrison-Miami Army Active Miami-Dade No
Whiting Pines Navy Active Santa Rosa No

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Georgia

Site Service County Joint Base
Air Force Plant 6 AF Active Cobb No
Cumming Army Guard Forsyth No
Dobbins ARB AF Reserve Cobb No
Fort Benning Army Active Chattahoochee No
Fort Gordon Army Active Richmond No
Fort Stewart Army Active Liberty No
General Lucius D. Clay National Guard Center Army Guard Cobb No
MCLB Albany MC Active Dougherty No
Moody AFB AF Active Lowndes No
NAVSUBASE Kings Bay Navy Active Camden No
NG Atlanta - Confederate Ave Army Guard Fulton No
NG Macon RTI Army Guard Bibb No
NG Oglethorpe Armory Army Guard Clayton No
Robins AFB AF Active Houston No
Savannah/Hilton Head IAP AF Guard Chatham No
VTS Catoosa Army Guard Catoosa No

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Hawaii

Site Service County Joint Base
Aiea Navy Active Honolulu Yes
Aliamanu Military Reservation Army Active Honolulu No
Bellows AFS AF Active Honolulu No
Dillingham Mil Res Army Active Honolulu No
Ewa Navy Active Honolulu Yes
Fort De Russy Army Active Honolulu No
Fort Shafter Army Active Honolulu No
Helemano Military Reservation Army Active Honolulu No
Hickam Petrol Strg Ann Navy Active Honolulu Yes
Honolulu Navy Active Honolulu Yes
JBPHH Pearl Harbor HI Navy Active Honolulu Yes
Kahuku Training Area Army Active Honolulu No
Kalaeloa Navy Active Honolulu Yes
Kamokala Ridge Navy Active Kauai No
Kawaihae Military Reserve Army Active Hawaii No
Kilauea Military Reserve Army Active Hawaii No
Makaha Ridge Navy Active Kauai No
Makua Military Reserve Army Active Honolulu No
MC Trng Area Bellows MC Active Honolulu No
MCB Camp Smith MC Active Honolulu No
MCB Hawaii Kaneohe MC Active Honolulu No
MCB Hawaii Pearl City Annex MC Active Honolulu No
MCB Hawaii Puuloa-Oahu MC Active Honolulu No
NG Fort Ruger Army Guard Honolulu No
NG Kalaeloa Army Guard Honolulu No
NG TS Keaukaha Mil Res Army Guard Hawaii No
PACMISRANFAC Hawaiian Area Navy Active Kauai No
Pearl City Navy Active Honolulu Yes
Pohakuloa Training Area Army Active Hawaii No
Pupukea Paalaa Uka Mil Road Army Active Hawaii No
Schofield Bks Military Reservation Army Active Honolulu No
Tripler AMC Army Active Honolulu No
USA Field Station Kunia Army Active Honolulu No
Wahiawa Navy Active Honolulu Yes
Waianae-Kai Military Reservation Army Active Honolulu No
Waikele Navy Active Honolulu Yes
Waipahu Navy Active Honolulu Yes
Wheeler Army Airfield Army Active Honolulu No

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Idaho

Site Service County Joint Base
Bayview Idaho Navy Active Kootenai No
Boise Air Terminal (ANG) AF Guard Ada No
Mountain Home AFB AF Active Elmore No
NG Orchard Mates Boise Army Guard Ada No
Orchard Range TS Boise Army Guard Ada No
Saylor Creek Air Force Range AF Active Owyhee No

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Illinois

Site Service County Joint Base
Capital Airport AF Guard Sangamon No
Fort Sheridan Navy Active Lake No
GL Camp JPJ Navy Active Lake No
Greater Peoria Regional Airport AF Guard Peoria No
Marseilles (MTA Training Area) Army Guard LaSalle No
NG Sparta Armory Army Guard Randolph No
NG Springfield (TS Camp Lincoln) Army Guard Sangamon No
NS Great Lakes Navy Active Lake No
Rock Island Arsenal Army Active Rock Island No
Scott AFB AF Active St. Clair No

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Indiana

Site Service County Joint Base
Camp Atterbury Army Guard Johnson No
Grissom ARB AF Reserve Miami No
Hulman Fld AF Guard Vigo No
Knightstown Army Guard Rush No
NG Indianapolis 38 ID Army Guard Marion No
NG Muscatatuck Urban Training Center Army Guard Jennings No
NG Shelbyville Army Guard Shelby No
NSA Crane Navy Active Martin No

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Iowa

Site Service County Joint Base
Camp Dodge Johnston TS Army Guard Polk No
Des Moines IAP AF Guard Polk No
Iowa AAP Army Active Des Moines No
Sioux Gateway Apt/Col Bud Day Field (ANG) AF Guard Woodbury No

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Kansas

Site Service County Joint Base
Forbes Field (ANG) AF Guard Shawnee No
Fort Leavenworth Army Active Leavenworth No
Fort Riley Army Active Riley No
Kansas Army Guard Shawnee No
McConnell AFB AF Active Sedgwick No
NG Salina KS Training Center Army Guard Saline No

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Kentucky

Site Service County Joint Base
Blue Grass Army Depot Army Active Madison No
Fort Campbell Army Active Christian No
Fort Knox Army Active Hardin No
Louisville IAP-Standiford AF Guard Jefferson No
NG Frankfort Boone NG Center Army Guard Franklin No
W.H. Ford Regional Training Ctr Army Guard Muhlenberg No

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Louisiana

Site Service County Joint Base
Barksdale AFB AF Active Bossier No
Baton Rouge LSU South Campus Army Guard East Baton Rouge No
Camp Minden TS Army Guard Webster No
Fort Polk Army Active Vernon No
NAS JRB New Orleans AF Guard Plaquemines No
NAS JRB New Orleans Navy Active Plaquemines No
NG Beauregard Training Range Army Guard Rapides No
NG Camp Villere Army Guard St. Tammany No
NG Carville Gillis Long Center Army Guard Iberville No
NG Esler Field Army Guard Rapides No
NG Hammond Airport Army Guard Tangipahoa No
NG Jackson Barracks Army Guard St. Bernard No
SMR Camp Beauregard Army Guard Rapides No
West Bank Navy Active Orleans No

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Maine

Site Service County Joint Base
Bangor IAP AF Guard Penobscot No
DFAS Annex AF Active Aroostook No
NAS Portsmouth NCTS Cutler VLF Area Navy Active Washington No
NAS Portsmouth Redington Township Navy Active Franklin No
NG Auburn TS Army Guard Androscoggin No
NG Bangor TS Army Guard Penobscot No
NG Bog Brook Riley TS Army Guard Oxford No
NG Hollis Plains TS Army Guard York No
NSY Portsmouth Navy Active York No

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Maryland

Site Service County Joint Base
Aberdeen Proving Ground Army Active Harford No
Andrews AFB AF Active Prince George's Yes
Blossom Point MD Navy Active Charles No
Blossom Point Research Facility Army Active Charles No
Fort Detrick Army Active Frederick No
Fort Detrick Forest Glen Annex Army Active Montgomery No
Fort Detrick Glen Haven Annex Army Active Montgomery No
Fort George G Meade Army Active Anne Arundel No
Martin State Apt AF Guard Baltimore No
NAS Patuxent River Navy Active St. Mary's No
National Naval Medical Center Bethesda Navy Active Montgomery No
Naval Academy North Severn Navy Active Anne Arundel No
NG Havre de Grace Military Reservation Army Guard Harford No
NG MTA Camp Fretterd Army Guard Baltimore No
NG MTA Gunpowder Military Reservation Army Guard Baltimore No
NMIC Suitland Navy Active Prince George's No
NSA Annapolis Navy Active Anne Arundel No
NSA Annapolis Chesapeake Bay Detach Navy Active Calvert No
NSA Annapolis Gambrills Navy Active Anne Arundel No
NSA South Potomac Stump Neck Area Navy Active Charles No
NSWC Carderock Navy Active Montgomery No
NSWC Indian Head Navy Active Charles No
Solomons Island Navy Active Calvert No
Upper Yard Annapolis Navy Active Anne Arundel No
USA Adelphi Laboratory Ctr Army Active Prince George's No
Webster Field Navy Active St. Mary's No

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Massachusetts

Site Service County Joint Base
Barnes MAP (ANG) AF Guard Hampden No
Cape Cod AS AF Active Barnstable No
Hanscom AFB AF Active Middlesex No
MTA Camp Edwards Army Guard Barnstable No
NAVPRO Pittsfield Navy Active Berkshire No
NG Ayer/Devens Army Guard Worcester No
NG MTA Camp Curtis Guil Army Guard Middlesex No
NWIRP Bedford Navy Active Middlesex No
Otis ANGB AF Guard Barnstable No
US Army Soldier Systems Center Natick Army Active Middlesex No
Westover ARB AF Reserve Hampden No

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Michigan

Site Service County Joint Base
Alpena County Regional Airport AF Guard Alpena No
CTC Fort Custer Trng Center Army Guard Kalamazoo No
Detroit Arsenal Army Active Macomb No
MTC-H Camp Grayling Army Guard Crawford No
NG Grayling Airfield Army Guard Crawford No
NG Lansing Headquarters Complex Army Guard Ingham No
Selfridge ANGB AF Guard Macomb No
W K Kellogg Airport AF Guard Calhoun No

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Minnesota

Site Service County Joint Base
Camp Ripley Army Guard Morrison No
Duluth IAP AF Guard St. Louis No
Minneapolis-St Paul AF Reserve Hennepin No
NG Arden Hills Army TS Army Guard Ramsey No
NG Duluth Armory Army Guard St. Louis No
NG Rochester NGA and OMS 2 Army Guard Olmsted No
NG Rosemount Armory Army Guard Dakota No
NG St Cloud AASF Army Guard Sherburne No
NG St Cloud Armory Army Guard Stearns No

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Mississippi

Site Service County Joint Base
CBC Gulfport Navy Active Harrison No
Columbus AFB AF Active Lowndes No
Columbus Auxiliary Airfield AF Active Noxubee No
CTA Camp McCain Army Guard Grenada No
Gulfport-Biloxi Regional Airport (ANG) AF Guard Harrison No
Jackson IAP, Thompson Field AF Guard Rankin No
Keesler AFB AF Active Harrison No
MTA Camp Shelby Army Guard Forrest No
NAS Meridian Navy Active Lauderdale No
NG Gulfport AVCRAD Army Guard Harrison No
OLF Bravo Navy Active Kemper No
Woolmarket (De Soto) Navy Active Harrison No

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Missouri

Site Service County Joint Base
Fort Leonard Wood Army Active Pulaski No
Lake City AAP Army Active Jackson No
Lake of the Ozarks Recreation Army Active Camden No
MTA Camp Crowder Neosho Army Guard Newton No
NG Macon TS Army Guard Macon No
NG MTA Camp Clark Nevada Army Guard Vernon No
NG Springfield AVCRAD (New) Army Guard Greene No
NG TS Clark Natl Forest Wappapello Army Guard Butler No
NG TS Ike Skelton Jefferson City Army Guard Cole No
NGA Arnold Site AF Active Jefferson No
Rosecrans MAP (139AG) AF Guard Buchanan No
St Louis AFS AF Active St. Louis City No
Whiteman AFB AF Active Johnson No

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Montana

Site Service County Joint Base
Great Falls IAP AF Guard Cascade No
Malmstrom AFB AF Active Cascade No
MTA Fort Wm Henry Harrison Army Guard Lewis and Clark No
NG Helena Aviation RC- AASF Army Guard Lewis and Clark No
NG MTA Limestone Hills Army Guard Broadwater No

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Nebraska

Site Service County Joint Base
Camp Ashland Army Guard Sarpy No
Lincoln MAP AF Guard Lancaster No
NG Grand Island AASF/RC Army Guard Hall No
NG Greenlief TS/UTES Army Guard Adams No
NG Lincoln AASF/Readiness Center Army Guard Lancaster No
NG Mead TS/FMS 06/UTES Army Guard Saunders No
Offutt AFB AF Active Sarpy No

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Nevada

Site Service County Joint Base
Creech AFB AF Active Clark No
Hawthorne Army Depot Army Active Mineral No
NAS Fallon Navy Active Churchill No
NAS Fallon EW Range Fac Navy Active Churchill No
NAS Fallon Target B-16 Navy Active Churchill No
NAS Fallon Target B-17 Navy Active Churchill No
NAS Fallon Target B-19 Navy Active Churchill No
NAS Fallon Target B-20 Navy Active Churchill No
Nellis Annex AF Active Clark No
Nellis AFB AF Active Clark No
Nellis Air Force Range AF Active Nye No
NG Floyd Edsall Training Center Army Guard Clark No
NG Lv (Henderson) Readiness Ctr Army Guard Clark No
Reno Tahoe IAP AF Guard Washoe No
Tonopah Auxiliary Airfield Annex AF Active Nye No
Tonopah Auxiliary Airfield Annex 2 AF Active Nye No

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New Hampshire

Site Service County Joint Base
New Boston AS AF Active Hillsborough No
NG New Hampshire TS Army Guard Strafford No
Pease ANGB AF Guard Rockingham No

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New Jersey

Site Service County Joint Base
Atlantic City IAP AF Guard Atlantic No
Dix AF Active Burlington Yes
Lakehurst AF Active Ocean Yes
McGuire AF Active Burlington Yes
NG Lawrenceville Army Guard Mercer No
NG NGTC Sea Girt NJ Army Guard Monmouth No
NWS Earle Navy Active Monmouth No
Picatinny Arsenal Army Active Morris No
USAF Expeditionary Center AF Active Burlington Yes
Waterfront Earle Navy Active Monmouth No

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New Mexico

Site Service County Joint Base
Boles Annex AF Active Otero No
Bonito Lake System Annex AF Active Lincoln No
Cannon AFB AF Active Curry No
Cannon AFB Site 2 AF Active Curry No
Fort Bliss AAA Ranges Army Active Dona Ana No
Holloman AFB AF Active Otero No
Kirtland AFB AF Active Bernalillo No
Melrose Air Force Range AF Active Roosevelt No
NG Las Cruces Army Guard Dona Ana No
NG Rio Rancho TS Army Guard Sandoval No
NG Santa Fe - Onate Complex TS Army Guard Santa Fe No
White Sands Navy Active Dona Ana No
White Sands Missile Range Army Active Sierra No

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New York

Site Service County Joint Base
4th MARDIV Brooklyn MC Reserve Kings No
Camp Smith Army Guard Westchester No
Fort Drum Army Active Jefferson No
Fort Hamilton Army Active Kings No
Francis S. Gabreski Airport AF Guard Suffolk No
Hancock Field AF Guard Onondaga No
MCRC Syracuse MC Reserve Onondaga No
Naval Support Unit Saratoga Springs Navy Active Saratoga No
NG Youngstown TS Army Guard Niagara No
Niagara Falls AF Reserve Niagara No
NUWC Fishers Island Navy Active Suffolk No
Rome Laboratory AF Active Oneida No
Schenectady MAP (ANG) AF Guard Schenectady No
Stewart Annex Army Active Orange No
Stewart IAP AF Guard Orange No
Verona Defense Fuel Support Point AF Active Oneida No
Watervliet Arsenal Army Active Albany No
West Point Mil Reservation Army Active Orange No

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North Carolina

Site Service County Joint Base
ALF Bogue MC Active Carteret No
Camp Mackall Army Active Scotland No
Charlotte/Douglas IAP AF Guard Mecklenburg No
Dare County Range AF Active Dare No
Fort Bragg Army Active Hoke No
Fort Fisher Recreation Site AF Active New Hanover No
Harvey Point NC Navy Active Perquimans No
MCAS Cherry Point MC Active Craven No
MCAS Cherry Point Oak Grove MC Active Jones No
MCB Camp Lejeune MC Active Onslow No
MCB Camp Lejeune West Site MC Active Onslow No
Military Ocean Tml Sunny Point Army Active Brunswick No
MTA Camp Butner Army Guard Granville No
NG Raleigh Army Guard Wake No
OLF Atlantic MC Active Carteret No
Point of Marsh Target MC Active Carteret No
Seymour Johnson AFB AF Active Wayne No

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North Dakota

Site Service County Joint Base
Camp Grafton Army Guard Ramsey No
Cavalier AS AF Active Pembina No
Defense Fuel Support Point AF Active Grand Forks No
Grand Forks AFB AF Active Grand Forks No
Hector IAP AF Guard Cass No
Minot AFB AF Active Ward No
NG Bismarck RJB Complex Army Guard Burleigh No

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Ohio

Site Service County Joint Base
Bratenahl Navy Active Cuyahoga No
Camp Perry Joint Training Center Army Guard Ottawa No
Defense Supply Center Columbus Army Active Franklin No
Mansfield Lahm MAP AF Guard Richland No
NG Beightler Armory Army Guard Franklin No
NG Camp Sherman TS Army Guard Ross No
NG McConnelsville TS Army Guard Morgan No
NG Rickenbacker (MTA) Army Guard Franklin No
Ravenna Training and Log Site Army Guard Trumbull No
Rickenbacker IAP (ANG) AF Guard Franklin No
Springfield Beckley MAP AF Guard Clark No
Toledo/Exp Airport AF Guard Lucas No
US Army Joint Sys Mfg Ctr Lima Army Active Allen No
Wright-Patterson AFB AF Active Greene No
Youngstown Joint ARS AF Reserve Trumbull No

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Oklahoma

Site Service County Joint Base
Altus AFB AF Active Jackson No
Camp Gruber Army Guard Muskogee No
Fort Sill Army Active Comanche No
Kegelman Air Force Auxiliary Field AF Active Alfalfa No
McAlester AAP Army Active Pittsburg No
Muskogee MD Army Guard Muskogee No
NG Lexington AASF 1 Army Guard Cleveland No
NG Norman CSMS Army Guard Cleveland No
NG Oklahoma Military Department Army Guard Oklahoma No
Thunderbird Youth Academy Army Guard Mayes No
Tinker Aerospace Complex AF Active Oklahoma No
Tinker AFB AF Active Oklahoma No
Tinker Support Annex AF Active Oklahoma No
Tulsa IAP AF Guard Tulsa No
Vance AFB AF Active Garfield No
Will Rogers World Airport AF Guard Oklahoma No

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Oregon

Site Service County Joint Base
Klamath Falls Airport-Kingsley Field (ANG) AF Guard Klamath No
MTA Camp Rilea Army Guard Clatsop No
Naval Weapons Systems Training Facility Boardman Navy Active Morrow No
NG Bend Cotef Army Guard Deschutes No
NG Biak Training Center Army Guard Crook No
NG Camp Adair Corvallis Army Guard Benton No
NG Camp Withycombe Clackamas Army Guard Clackamas No
NG Lane County MD/Fms Army Guard Lane No
NG McNary Field Salem AASF Army Guard Marion No
NOSC Portland Navy Active Multnomah No
Portland IAP AF Guard Multnomah No
Umatilla Chem Depot Army Active Morrow No

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Pennsylvania

Site Service County Joint Base
Carlisle Barracks Army Active Cumberland No
Defense Distrib Depot Susq Army Active York No
Fort Indiantown Gap Army Guard Lebanon No
Graterford FMS Army Guard Montgomery No
Letterkenny Army Depot Army Active Franklin No
NG Cambridge Springs Army Guard Crawford No
NG Hollidaysburg Army Guard Blair No
NG New Castle Army Guard Lawrence No
NG Spring City Readiness Center Army Guard Chester No
NSA Mechanicsburg Navy Active Cumberland No
NSA Mechanicsburg Det Philadelphia Navy Active Philadelphia No
NSA Mechanicsburg Det Philadelphia Annex PNBC Navy Active Philadelphia No
Pittsburgh IAP (ANG) AF Guard Allegheny No
Pittsburgh IAP (ARS) AF Reserve Allegheny No
Scranton AAP Army Active Lackawanna No
Tobyhanna Army Depot Army Active Monroe No

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Rhode Island

Site Service County Joint Base
Fort Adams Navy Active Newport No
Gould Island Navy Active Newport No
NG Camp Fogarty TS Army Guard Kent No
NS Newport Navy Active Newport No
Quonset State Airport AF Guard Washington No

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South Carolina

Site Service County Joint Base
Charleston AFB AF Active Charleston Yes
Charleston Defense Fuel Support Point AF Active Berkeley Yes
Fort Jackson Army Active Richland No
MCAS Beaufort MC Active Beaufort No
McEntire Joint NGB AF Guard Richland No
MCRD Beaufort Parris Island MC Active Beaufort No
NAVHOSP Beaufort Navy Active Beaufort No
NG MTA Clarks Hill Reservation Army Guard McCormick No
North Air Force Auxiliary Field AF Active Orangeburg Yes
NWS Charleston AF Active Berkeley Yes
NWS Charleston North Yard AF Active Charleston Yes
NWS Charleston Short Stay AF Active Berkeley Yes
Shaw AFB AF Active Sumter No

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South Dakota

Site Service County Joint Base
Camp Rapid Army Guard Pennington No
Ellsworth AFB Site 1 AF Active Meade No
Ellsworth AFB Site 2 AF Active Pennington No
Joe Foss Field AF Guard Minnehaha No
NG Mitchell TS Army Guard Davison No
NG Sioux Falls UTES Army Guard Minnehaha No
NG West Camp Army Guard Pennington No

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Tennessee

Site Service County Joint Base
Arnold AS AF Active Coffee No
Fort Campbell TN Army Active Montgomery No
Holston AAP Army Active Hawkins No
McGhee Tyson Airport AF Guard Blount No
Memphis IAP AF Guard Shelby No
Milan AAP Army Active Gibson No
Nashville IAP AF Guard Davidson No
NG Jackson Airport Armory Army Guard Madison No
NG Johnson City Gray Army Guard Washington No
NG Nashville Army Guard Davidson No
NG VTS Milan Army Guard Carroll No
NG VTS Smyrna Army Guard Rutherford No
Northside Mid-South Navy Active Shelby No
NSA Midsouth Memphis Navy Active Shelby No
NSWC Carderock Div Navy Active Shelby No

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Texas

Site Service County Joint Base
Air Force Plant 4 AF Active Tarrant No
ALF Cabaniss Navy Active Nueces No
ALF Orange Navy Active Jim Wells No
ALF Waldron Navy Active Nueces No
Brooks AFB AF Active Bexar No
Camp Bullis AF Active Bexar Yes
Camp Maxey Army Guard Lamar No
Camp Swift Army Guard Bastrop No
Canyon Lake Recreation Annex AF Active Comal Yes
Dixie Target Range Navy Active McMullen No
Dyess AFB AF Active Taylor No
Ellington Field AF Guard Harris No
Fort Bliss Army Active El Paso No
Fort Hood Army Active Coryell No
Fort Sam Houston AF Active Bexar Yes
Fort Wolters Army Guard Parker No
Goodfellow AFB AF Active Tom Green No
JBSA-Medina Annex AF Active Bexar Yes
JBSA-Port Annex AF Active Bexar Yes
Kelly Field Annex AF Active Bexar Yes
Lackland AFB AF Active Bexar Yes
Laughlin AFB AF Active Val Verde No
Laughlin AFB Aux 1 AF Active Kinney No
Nalf Goliad Navy Active Goliad No
NAS Corpus Christi Navy Active Nueces No
NAS JRB Fort Worth Navy Active Tarrant No
NAS Kingsville Navy Active Kleberg No
NG Bergstrom - (Abia) Army Guard Travis No
NG Camp Bowie - Musgrave Army Guard Brown No
NG Camp Bowie (State) Army Guard Brown No
NG Camp Mabry Army Guard Travis No
NG Fort Worth - Shoreview Army Guard Tarrant No
NG Martindale - AASF Army Guard Bexar No
NG Saginaw Army Guard Tarrant No
Randolph AFB AF Active Bexar Yes
Red River Army Depot Army Active Bowie No
Seguin Air Force Auxiliary Field AF Active Guadalupe Yes
Sheppard AFB AF Active Wichita No

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Utah

Site Service County Joint Base
Dugway Proving Ground Army Active Tooele No
Green River Test Complex Army Active Grand No
Hill AFB AF Active Davis No
Little Mountain Test Annex AF Active Weber No
MTA-L Camp Williams Army Guard Utah No
NAVPMOSSP Magna Utah Navy Active Salt Lake No
NG Saint George/FMS Army Guard Washington No
Salt Lake City IAP AF Guard Salt Lake No
Tooele Army Depot Army Active Tooele No
Utah Test and Training Range South AF Active Tooele No
UTTR - North AF Active Tooele No

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Vermont

Site Service County Joint Base
Burlington IAP AF Guard Chittenden No
NG Ethan Allen AFB MTA Army Guard Chittenden No
NG TS Camp Johnson Army Guard Chittenden No
NG TS Ethan Allen Range Army Guard Chittenden No
NG Westminster TS Army Guard Windham No

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Virginia

Site Service County Joint Base
ALF Fentress Chesapeake Navy Active Chesapeake City No
Arlington National Cemetery Army Active Arlington No
Arlington Service Center Navy Active Arlington No
Cheatham Annex Navy Active York No
Craney Island Navy Active Portsmouth City No
Defense General Supply Center Army Active Chesterfield No
Elizabeth River Channel Navy Active Portsmouth City No
Fort A P Hill Army Active Caroline No
Fort Belvoir Army Active Fairfax No
Fort Eustis AF Active Newport News City Yes
Fort Lee Army Active Prince George No
Fort Myer Army Active Arlington Yes
Fort Pickett, ARNG MTC Army Guard Nottoway No
JEBLCFS East Navy Active Virginia Beach City Yes
JNTEXPBASE Little Creek FS VA Navy Active Virginia Beach City Yes
Langley AFB AF Active Hampton City Yes
MCB Quantico MC Active Stafford No
Midway Research Center Navy Active Stafford No
NAS Oceana Navy Active Virginia Beach City No
NAS Oceana Dam Neck Navy Active Virginia Beach City No
NAS Oceana NEXCOM Headquarters Navy Active Virginia Beach City No
Naval Medical Center Portsmouth Navy Active Portsmouth City No
NG AASF Byrd Field Army Guard Henrico No
NG Camp Pendleton SMR Army Guard Virginia Beach City No
NS Norfolk Navy Active Norfolk City No
NSA Norfolk Navy Active Norfolk City No
NSA Norfolk Fire Fighters School Navy Active Norfolk City No
NSA Norfolk Lafayette Rvr Complex Navy Active Norfolk City No
NSA Norfolk NSY Navy Active Portsmouth City No
NSA Norfolk NW Chesapeake Navy Active Chesapeake City No
NSA Norfolk SDA Area Navy Active Norfolk City No
NSA Norfolk South Gate Navy Active Portsmouth City No
NSA Norfolk St Helena Norfolk Navy Active Norfolk City No
NSA Norfolk St Juliens Creek Annex Navy Active Chesapeake City No
NSA South Potomac Navy Active King George No
NSA South Potomac Pumpkin Neck Navy Active King George No
NWS Yorktown Navy Active York No
Pentagon Reservation WHS Arlington No
Radford AAP Army Active Montgomery No
Rivanna Station Army Active Charlottesville City No
Wallops Island Navy Active Accomack Yes
Yorktown Fuel Depot Navy Active York No

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Washington

Site Service County Joint Base
Bangor WA Navy Active Kitsap No
Bremerton Navy Active Kitsap No
Bremerton RR Navy Active Mason No
Cusick Survival TS AF Active Pend Oreille No
Fairchild AFB AF Active Spokane No
Fort Lewis Army Active Pierce Yes
Grant Training Annex Army Active Grant Yes
Jim Creek Navy Active Snohomish No
Keyport NUWC Navy Active Kitsap No
Manchester Navy Active Kitsap No
Marysville Navy Active Snohomish No
NAS Whidbey Island Navy Active Island No
NAS Whidbey Island Sea Plane Base Navy Active Island No
NAVMAG Indian Island Navy Active Jefferson No
NG Bremerton Army Guard Kitsap No
NG Camp Murray Army Guard Pierce No
NOSC Spokane Navy Active Spokane No
NS Everett Navy Active Snohomish No
OLF Coupeville Navy Active Island No
Shipyard Puget Sound Navy Active Kitsap No
White Bluff Site 1 AF Active Spokane No
Yakima Training Center Army Active Kittitas Yes

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West Virginia

Site Service County Joint Base
Allegany Ballistics Lab Navy Active Mineral No
CTC Camp Dawson-Kingwood Army Guard Preston No
Elkins MD Army Guard Randolph No
EWVRA Shepherd Field AF Guard Berkeley No
Jackson County Army Guard Jackson No
NG Volkstone Army Guard Preston No
Williamstown Army Guard Wood No
Yeager Airport AF Guard Kanawha No

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Wisconsin

Site Service County Joint Base
Camp Williams Tomah MTA Army Guard Juneau No
Gen Mitchell IAP AF Guard Milwaukee No
Truax ANGB AF Guard Dane No
Volk ANGB AF Guard Juneau No

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Wyoming

Site Service County Joint Base
Cheyenne Regional Apt AF Guard Laramie No
F E Warren AFB AF Active Laramie No
MTCH Camp Guernsey Army Guard Platte No

Source: Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas (MIRTA) data Fiscal Year 2015, from authoritative sources provided to the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Energy, Installations, and Environment (OASD(EI&E)) by Component Installation Geospatial Information and Services (IGI&S) Programs.


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APPENDIX 2: METHODOLOGY

This section contains additional details on the processes applied to derive the statistics provided in the state profiles throughout this report as well as information on the military installations depicted in the maps in those profiles.

A. Defense Contracts

This section refers to U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) spending through contracts during fiscal year (FY) 2017 (i.e., October 1, 2016 through September 30, 2017). Personnel payroll, which is discussed in section F, is the only other type of defense spending included in this report.

This report analyzes contract spending because contracts are the principle method through which the DoD and other federal agencies spend money. The phrase "contract spending" reflects federal agencies' use of contracts with suppliers to purchase all products and services over a legally specified threshold, which was $3,000 until July 2, 2015 and $3,500 thereafter (federal agencies can use agency credit cards to buy products and services valued at less than those amounts).4 The DoD and other federal agencies obligate funds through other means, but those payments comprise a small percentage of the DoD's total expenditures.5

Contract spending amounts are calculated from data obtained through USASpending.gov, a publicly available database of unclassified federal spending information maintained by the U.S. Department of the Treasury. All of the nearly 25 million awarding transactions the researchers downloaded from USASpending.gov for this report listed the DoD as the "contracting agency", and most of those records (99%) also listed the DoD as the "funding agency."6 Contract spending amounts are reported as obligations rather than actual expenditures and comprise two types of data in this report:

Contract spending figures in this report have not been adjusted for inflation. Contract data have been adjusted to reliably reflect the location and fiscal year in which the spending occurred.

Prime and Sub-Award Reporting

Steps were taken to ensure the prime and sub-award data are accurately reported. In cases where a prime contractor gave a sub-contract to another vendor, the sub-contract amount was subtracted from the prime contractor's total as well as the state and county in which the prime contractor was located. Moreover, the amount was added to the sub-contractor's total and the spending for the state and county in which the subcontractor was located.

Fiscal Years for Contract Spending

The report incorporates two different methods for assigning prime and sub-awards to a particular fiscal year. Many federal procurement contracts are multi-year awards, with a contract signed in one fiscal year extending over multiple fiscal years. For this analysis, the "signed date" and "current completion date" listed in a prime contract record were used to determine the number of days in the contract's lifespan, the proportion of those days in each fiscal year, and the corresponding proportion of spending in each fiscal year. For example, a prime contract with a signed date of November 1, 2015 and a current completion date of April 28, 2016 would have 100 percent of its 179-day contract lifespan in FY 2016; thus, 100 percent of its spending would be allocated to that fiscal year. By contrast, a prime contract with a signed date of November 1, 2015 and a current completion date of April 28, 2017 would have a 544-day lifespan, with 61.4 percent of those days in FY 2016 and 38.6 percent in FY 2017. Therefore, 61.4 percent and 38.6 percent of the spending would be allocated to FY 2016 and FY 2017, respectively. A different approach was used to allocate sub-award funds to fiscal years because, unlike prime award records, subawards do not list the beginning and end of a sub-award's period of performance. The only date field is "sub-award fiscal year," which is the fiscal year in which a prime award recipient contracts a sub-awardee. As a result, sub-award spending was allocated to the fiscal year listed in the sub-award record. Many sub-award records had large, erroneous spending amounts that necessitated revision or removal from the dataset.

B. Defense Contracts, By Type

This measure represents the proportions of total prime award spending in a state or the District of Columbia that went to four product and service categories: construction; research and development; services; and supplies and equipment. The DoD's Procurement and Acquisition Policy was used to categorize spending on the products and services identified by the product service code listed in each prime award record. The federal government uses these codes to identify the products or services that comprise the majority of spending in a prime award contract. Sub-award recordsówhich are created and maintained by the prime award recipientsódo not contain a code or any other product or service identifier. Therefore, this statistic only reflects prime award expenditures.

C. Defense Contracts, By Service

This statistic is the percentage of defense contract spending in a state or the District of Columbia that was contracted or funded by the Military Services or other DoD activities in FY 2017. The "Contracting Office Agency ID" field in prime award records and the "Prime Award Funding Agency Name" in sub-awards records were used to identify the specific agency that contracted or funded an award. All awards identifying the U.S. Departments of the Army, Navy, and Air Force were categorized as "Army," "Navy/Marines," and "Air Force." All other DoD activities, such as the Defense Health Agency and Defense Logistics Agency, are categorized as "Other Defense."

D. Top Defense Contractors

This list includes the private- and public-sector vendors that were among the ten biggest recipients of DoD spending in a state or the District of Columbia during FY 2017. The researchers used unique nine-digit codes called DUNS numbers to identify both the prime and sub-award contractors.8 If a parent company was listed in the contract records, the researchers applied the corresponding DUNS number. If no parent company DUNS number was recorded, the researchers used the numbers for the individual vendors or sub-awardees.

E. Contract Award Performed, By Fiscal Year

These numbers represent total defense contract awards in a state or the District of Columbia for each fiscal year since 2010. Calculated according to the methodology described in Section A, these figures include both prime and subawards, and are often different from those listed in the FY 2016 version of this report. These differences reflect contract modifications (e.g., the addition/reduction of funds or an extension of the period of performance) that occurred after the data were obtained for the prior report.

F. Defense Personnel

This section refers to the total active duty, civilian, National Guard, and Reserve personnel in a state or the District of Columbia in FY 2017. Defense payroll figures are the total gross pay received by those personnel throughout FY 2017, while personnel counts reflect levels on September 30, 2017. These data are from the DoD's Defense Manpower Data Center. Readers are cautioned not to compare changes in personnel by county from the Defense Spending by State FY 2016 report to the FY 2017 report as the differences are likely due to changes in this report's source of personnel data. This report reflects DMDC data for all personnel corresponding to a single snapshot in time (September 30, 2017) rather than over the course of the fiscal year.

G. Military Installations

The installations depicted in the maps throughout this report are drawn from the DoD's "Military Installations, Ranges, and Training Areas (MIRTA)" dataset. MIRTA contains geospatial data (i.e., latitude and longitude) on the point locations and boundaries of DoD facilities listed in the DoD's 2015 Base Structure Report. Points represent the centers or near-centers of DoD sites, and the boundaries comprise federally owned or managed land. The dataset is in shapefile format, a common format for geographic information systems, and conforms to the World Geodetic System 1984, a frequently used terrestrial reference system that is referred to as "WGS84." The data are in decimal degrees. Many facilities in the MIRTA dataset include subordinate sites, and, for various reasons, not all military installations are included.9

Data Sources and Publications Used in This Analysis

Resource Pertinent Data
USASpending.gov Defense spending on goods and services
Defense Manpower Data Center,
Department of Defense
Personnel numbers and defense spending on personnel
U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis,
Department of Commerce
State Gross Domestic Product
U.S. Census Bureau,
Department of Commerce
State and national population figures
DoD's Procurement and Acquisition Policy,
Department of Defense
Categorization of spending
Unitedstateszipcodes.org Counties corresponding to ZIP codes
Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas,
Department of Defense
Military Installations by State and County

Source: Military Installations, Ranges and Training Areas MIRTA data Fiscal Year 2015, from authoritative sources provided to the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Energy, Installations, and Environment OASDEI&E by Component Installation Geospatial Information and Services IGI&S Programs.

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  1. In current dollars. Table 6-9, "Department of Defense Budget Authority by Category," https://comptroller.defense.gov/Portals/45/Documents/defbudget/fy2019/FY19_Green_Book.pdf. [return to text]

  2. Table 6-11, "Department of Defense Outlays By Public Law Title," https://comptroller.defense.gov/Portals/45/Documents/defbudget/fy2019/FY19_Green_Book.pdf. [return to text]

  3. Information on retiree pay can be found in the DoD Office of the Actuary's Statistical Report on the Military Retirement System, Fiscal Year 2017. [return to text]

  4. Federal Acquisition Regulation; Inflation Adjustment of Acquisition-Related Thresholds, 80 Fed. Reg. 38,293 (July 2, 2015). [return to text]

  5. In FY 2017, DoD spent $2.4 billion in grants, $20.8 million in financial assistance, and nothing in direct payments or loans ó a total of $2.4 billion, approximately 0.6 percent of the department's total spending. These figures are based on data obtained from USAspending.gov. [return to text]

  6. In USASpending.gov prime award records, the contracting agency is listed in the "awarding_agency_name" field, and the "funding_agency_name" field lists the funding agency. See Department of the Treasury, Bureau of the Fiscal Service, DATA Act Information Model Schema Data Dictionary, version 1.1, June 30, 2017. https://fedspendingtransparency.github.io/data-dictionary. In federal procurement documentation, the term "award" is used to refer to the different methods through which federal agencies spend money. [return to text]

  7. In federal procurement documentation, the term "award" is used to refer to the different methods through which federal agencies spend money. [return to text]

  8. "DUNS" stands for Data Universal Numbering System, which is proprietary to Dun & Bradstreet, a commercial data company. Dun & Bradstreet uses the system to establish business credit files and the numbers correspond to each physical location of a business. The federal government requires all businesses to have a DUNS number in order to receive a federal contract or grant (Dun & Bradstreet, "About the D-U-N-S Number," Undated. https://fedgov.dnb.com/webform/pages/dunsnumber.jsp (accessed April 18, 2018). [return to text]

  9. U.S. Department of Defense, "Release Notes: Military Installations, Ranges, and Training Areas (Point Locations and Boundaries," version 3.0, May 5, 2017, https://catalog.data.gov/dataset/military-installations-ranges-and-training-areas. [return to text]