(AAF=Army Air Field, AFB=Air Force Base)
Altus AFB, 19??-
Ardmore AAF, 1942-1946, Ardmore AFB, 1953-1959
Clinton-Sherman AFB, Clinton, OK, 19??-1970
Enid AFB, ??-??, renamed Vance AFB, ??
Base known as Air Corps Basic Flying School, Enid when opened in 1941 and renamed Enid AFB before gaining its present title in July 1949. Base provided undergraduate and advanced pilot training during World War II, before inactivating briefly postwar. Reopened when the 3575th Pilot Training Wing was activated in August 1948. 3575th replaced by the 71st Flying Training Wing in November 1972.
Origin of Name: named for Lt. Col Leon R. Vance, who disappeared without a trace on 26 July 1944 when his aircraft went missing between Iceland and Newfoundland
Location: three miles southeast of Enid, Oklahoma
Frederick AAF (Frederick Municipal)
Gage AAF (Gage Municipal Civil)
Hatbox Field, Muskogee, ??
Hobart AAF (Hobart Municipal)
Muskogee AAF (Davis Field, Muskogee Municipal)
Oklahoma City Air Depot, 1500 acres, 1941-??
Perry AAF (Perry Municipal)
Post Field, Ft Sill, OK, 19??, to Henry Post AAF, 19??
Tinker Field, 1942, to AFB 19??
Tulsa AAF (Tulsa International)
Will Rogers Field