Exclusive: Comprehensive Map Shows the Numbers and Locations of U.S. Military Bases with Coronavirus Cases

Defense Department Base Data - Updated Color
First public map of the more than 100 U.S. military bases in 41 states with coronavirus cases. Map by Bill Morris; Base data by Natural Earth

Like the rest of the country, the U.S. military is confronting the spreading coronavirus epidemic, with cases on 41 bases. But military leaders are also struggling to strike a balance between the competing needs for transparency and secrecy.

According to data from the Defense Department, 2,120 men and women in uniform have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. The U.S. Navy has the highest number of cases, followed by the Army, Air Force and the Marine Corps. Civilians working for the department are the second largest overall group after those in uniform; the next hardest-hit groups are military dependents, and private contractors at military facilities.

The Pentagon's secrecy around these numbers, intended to keep fears about health and readiness under control, has instead increased suspicion and sparked controversy.

"I think the military should release the numbers broken down by bases," Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger told Newsweek.

As of April 8, these are the military bases with cases of coronavirus.

(Correction 4/9; 3:50: The map labels for Ft. Bragg and Norfolk have been corrected.)

Alabama

  • Anniston Army Depot
  • Dannelly Field
  • Maxwell Air Force Base (AFB)
  • Redstone Arsenal

Alaska

  • Eielson AFB
  • Ft. Greely
  • Ft. Wainwright
  • Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson (multiple bases)

Arizona

  • Davis-Monthan AFB
  • Ft. Huachuca
  • Luke AFB
  • Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Yuma
  • Yuma Proving Ground

Arkansas

  • Little Rock AFB
  • Pine Bluff Arsenal

California

  • Marine Corps Base (MCB) Camp Pendleton
  • Edwards AFB
  • Los Angeles AFB
  • March Air Reserve Base (ARB)
  • MCAS Miramar
  • Naval Base Coronado
  • Naval Air Station (NAS) Lemoore
  • Naval Base Ventura County Point Mugu
  • Naval Base Port Hueneme
  • Naval Base San Diego (multiple bases)
  • Travis AFB
  • Vandenberg AFB

Colorado

  • Buckley AFB
  • Ft. Carson
  • Peterson AFB
  • Schriever AFB
  • U.S. Air Force Academy

Delaware

  • Dover AFB

Florida

  • Eglin AFB
  • Homestead ARB
  • Hurlburt Field
  • MacDill AFB
  • NAS Jacksonville
  • NAS Key West
  • Naval Station Mayport
  • Patrick AFB
  • Tyndall AFB

Georgia

  • Naval Base Atlanta
  • Ft. Benning
  • Ft. Gordon
  • Ft. Stewart
  • Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany
  • Moody AFB
  • Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay
  • Robins AFB

Hawaii

  • Camp H.M. Smith
  • Ft. Shafter
  • Marine Corps Base Hawaii
  • Naval Base Pearl Harbor (multiple bases)
  • Schofield Barracks

Illinois

  • Naval Base Great Lakes
  • Rock Island Arsenal
  • Scott AFB

Kansas

  • Ft. Riley
  • Ft. Leavenworth
  • McConnell AFB

Kentucky

  • Ft. Campbell
  • Ft. Knox

Louisiana

  • Barksdale AFB
  • Ft. Polk
  • Naval Base New Orleans (multiple bases)

Maryland

  • Aberdeen Proving Ground
  • Andrews AFB (multiple bases)
  • Ft. Meade
  • NAS Patuxent River
  • Naval Support Activity Bethesda
  • U.S. Naval Academy

Massachusetts

  • Army Corps of Engineers Concord

Mississippi

  • Columbus AFB
  • Keesler AFB
  • Naval Construction Battalion Center Gulfport
  • NAS Meridian
  • Naval Base Pascagoula

Missouri

  • Ft. Leonard Wood
  • Whiteman AFB

Nebraska

  • Offutt AFB

Nevada

  • NAS Fallon
  • Nellis AFB

New Hampshire

  • Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory

New Jersey

  • Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst
  • Picatinny Arsenal

New Mexico

  • Cannon AFB
  • Holloman AFB
  • Kirtland AFB

New York

  • Ft. Drum
  • Naval Operational Support Center New York City
  • U.S. Military Academy

North Carolina

  • Ft. Bragg
  • MCB Camp Lejeune
  • Seymour Johnson AFB

North Dakota

  • Grand Forks AFB
  • Minot AFB

Ohio

  • Wright-Patterson AFB

Oklahoma

  • Altus AFB
  • Ft. Sill
  • Tinker AFB
  • Vance AFB

Oregon

  • Kingsley Field

Pennsylvania

  • Defense Distribution Center Susquehanna
  • New Cumberland Army Depot
  • Tobyhanna Army Depot

Rhode Island

  • Newport Naval Base

South Carolina

  • Fort Jackson
  • Joint Base Charleston (multiple bases)
  • MCAS Beaufort
  • MCAS Cherry Point
  • MCB Parris Island
  • Shaw AFB

South Dakota

  • Ellsworth AFB

Tennessee

  • Naval Base Memphis
  • Navy Personnel Command Millington

Texas

  • Dyess AFB
  • Ft. Bliss
  • Ft. Hood
  • Goodfellow AFB
  • Joint Base San Antonio (multiple bases)
  • Sheppard AFB

Utah

  • Hill AFB
  • Tooele Army Depot

Virginia

  • Joint Base Langley-Eustis (multiple bases)
  • Ft. Belvoir
  • Ft. Lee
  • Naval Base Newport News (multiple bases)
  • Naval Base Norfolk (multiple bases)
  • MCB Quantico
  • Pentagon Reservation and Buildings (multiple bases)

Washington

  • Fairchild AFB
  • Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM) (multiple bases)
  • Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor (multiple bases)
  • Naval Station Everett
  • Puget Sound Naval Shipyard

West Virginia

  • Camp Dawson

Wisconsin

  • Ft. McCoy

Wyoming

  • Camp Williams
  • F.E. Warren
Donald Trump Military Fort Drum New York
President Donald Trump arrives to speak at a signing ceremony for the John S. McCain National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2019 at Fort Drum, New York, on August 13, 2018. BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP via Getty Images
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