US military construction sites in Latin America, 2010-2011

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US military construction sites in Latin America, 2010-2011
The amount of military construction in Latin America planned by the Pentagon for this year has doubled since 2009. This annotated map of current and planned U.S. military construction in Latin America is based on publicly available information on federal contracts (see www.usaspending.gov) and on U.S. Army Corps of Engineers activities. This map was created by the Fellowship of Reconciliation. Read our analysis: http://forusa.org/bases-jan2011
Created on Jan 15 - Updated 12 hours ago
By Fellowship of Reconciliation

Lima, Peru

  • "Security, Storage, Warehouse Bldgs", $1.8 million funded by "NMRCD" (Navy & Marine Corps Reserve Training Center?), scheduled for July-September 2011.
  • "Security, Storage, Warehouse Bldgs", $1.8 million funded by "NMRCD" (Navy & Marine Corps Reserve Training Center?), scheduled for July-September 2011.

Lita, Carchi, Ecuador

  • Counter Narco-Terrorism "Barracks Facility", $600,000 funded by SouthCom, scheduled for July-September 2011.
  • Counter Narco-Terrorism "Barracks Facility", $600,000 funded by SouthCom, scheduled for July-September 2011.

Larandia, Colombia

  • In Caquetá, more than $2 million in contracts signed in FY2010 for "Infrastructure... towers...heliport perimeter fence... perimeter lights... CCTV cameras" at Larandia, to be completed between Novemb...
  • In Caquetá, more than $2 million in contracts signed in FY2010 for "Infrastructure... towers...heliport perimeter fence... perimeter lights... CCTV cameras" at Larandia, to be completed between November 2010 and July 2011.

Tolemaida Air Base, Colombia

  • "SOCSOUTH AOB [Advanced Operations Base] Operations Center at Tolemaida", two contracts signed Sept 30, 2010 for $587,000. Overall US military contracts signed in Sept 2010 greater than Tolemaida cont...
  • "SOCSOUTH AOB [Advanced Operations Base] Operations Center at Tolemaida", two contracts signed Sept 30, 2010 for $587,000. Overall US military contracts signed in Sept 2010 greater than Tolemaida contracts for previous four years combined.

Flandes, Tolima, Colombia

  • Counter NarcoTerrrorism "Stage Field," $2 million funded by SouthCom, scheduled for July-September 2011.
  • Counter NarcoTerrrorism "Stage Field," $2 million funded by SouthCom, scheduled for July-September 2011.

Bahía de Málaga, Colombia

  • "D/B [Design/Build] Motor Transportation Battalion Marine Base", contract for $1.77 million signed September 2010, funded by SouthCom, scheduled for completion September 2011.
  • "D/B [Design/Build] Motor Transportation Battalion Marine Base", contract for $1.77 million signed September 2010, funded by SouthCom, scheduled for completion September 2011.

Puerto Obaldia, Panama

  • Counter Narco-Terrorism "Pier and Fueling System" and "Ops Center," $3.5 million funded by SouthCom, scheduled for July-September 2011.
  • Counter Narco-Terrorism "Pier and Fueling System" and "Ops Center," $3.5 million funded by SouthCom, scheduled for July-September 2011.

Puerto Piña, Panama

  • Counter Narco-Terrorism "Operations Center/Barracks" and Pier, $4 million funded by SouthCom, scheduled for July-September 2011.
  • Counter Narco-Terrorism "Operations Center/Barracks" and Pier, $4 million funded by SouthCom, scheduled for July-September 2011.

El Porvenir, Panama

  • Counter Narco-Terrorism "Pier and Fueling System" and "Ops Center/Barracks", $3.5 million funded by SouthCom, scheduled for July-September 2011.
  • Counter Narco-Terrorism "Pier and Fueling System" and "Ops Center/Barracks", $3.5 million funded by SouthCom, scheduled for July-September 2011.

Isla Grande, Panama

  • Counter Narco-Terrorism "Pier and Fueling System" and "Ops Center/Barracks," $3.5 million funded by SouthCom, scheduled for July-September 2011.
  • Counter Narco-Terrorism "Pier and Fueling System" and "Ops Center/Barracks," $3.5 million funded by SouthCom, scheduled for July-September 2011.

Caldera, Costa Rica

  • In August 2009, $1.5 million contract funded by SouthCom awarded for "USEN Pier and Facilities."
    In August 2009, $1.5 million contract funded by SouthCom awarded for "USEN Pier and Facilities."

Liberia, Costa Rica

  • In August 2009, $400,000 contract funded by SouthCom awarded for "USEN [Counter-Narcotics] Hangar".
  • In August 2009, $400,000 contract funded by SouthCom awarded for "USEN [Counter-Narcotics] Hangar".

El Bluff, Bluefields, Nicaragua

  • Counter Narco-Terrorism "Ops Center/Barracks, Boat Ramp", $1 million funded by SouthCom, scheduled for July-September 2011.
  • Counter Narco-Terrorism "Ops Center/Barracks, Boat Ramp", $1 million funded by SouthCom, scheduled for July-September 2011.

Corn Island, Nicaragua

  • Counter Narco-Terrorism "Renovate Damaged Pier", $500,000 funded by SouthCom, scheduled for July-September 2011.
  • Counter Narco-Terrorism "Renovate Damaged Pier", $500,000 funded by SouthCom, scheduled for July-September 2011.

Corinto, Nicaragua

  • In August 2009, $3.9 million in contracts funded by SouthCom funded for "Pier and Barracks."
    In August 2009, $3.9 million in contracts funded by SouthCom funded for "Pier and Barracks."

Miraflores, El Salvador

  • Operations and Maintenance Shoothouse, $600,000 funded by Special Operations Command South, scheduled in February 2010.
  • Operations and Maintenance Shoothouse, $600,000 funded by Special Operations Command South, scheduled in February 2010.

Comalapa Airport, El Salvador

  • Operations and Maintenance New BOSS, Navy Cooperative Security Location, $2.3 million funded by Navy South, scheduled for October-December 2010.
  • Operations and Maintenance New BOSS, Navy Cooperative Security Location, $2.3 million funded by Navy South, scheduled for October-December 2010.

La Venta, Honduras

  • Operations and Maintenance Safe House, $400,000 funded by Special Operations Command South, scheduled for February 2010.
  • Operations and Maintenance Safe House, $400,000 funded by Special Operations Command South, scheduled for February 2010.

Guanaja, Honduras

  • "Design Build CN [Counternarcotics] Facility", contract signed June 2010 for $1.2 million, funded by SouthCom, for completion by Empresa de Construcción y Transporte Eterna, by September 2011.
  • "Design Build CN [Counternarcotics] Facility", contract signed June 2010 for $1.2 million, funded by SouthCom, for completion by Empresa de Construcción y Transporte Eterna, by September 2011.

Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras

  • Comayagua, Honduras. "Multiple Projects", $8 million funded by SouthCom, and "Prime Power", $2.772 million funded by ImCom, both scheduled for July-September 2011. Multiple projects were also schedule...
  • Comayagua, Honduras. "Multiple Projects", $8 million funded by SouthCom, and "Prime Power", $2.772 million funded by ImCom, both scheduled for July-September 2011. Multiple projects were also scheduled in 2009, on contracts for almost $9 million, funded by US Army South, IMCOM, 12th Air Force, SouthCom, and Special Operations Command South, including headquarters for a SocSO Advance Operations Base (AOB).

Barra de Caratasca, Honduras

  • "Caratasca FOL [Forward Operating Location] Facilities", $1.9 million contract W91278-07-D0098 0001, with Eterna S.A., initially to be completed in May 2009, extended to August 2009.
  • "Caratasca FOL [Forward Operating Location] Facilities", $1.9 million contract W91278-07-D0098 0001, with Eterna S.A., initially to be completed in May 2009, extended to August 2009.

Puerto Castilla, Honduras

  • Listed as "Puerto Castillas", "Team Room and Range," $350,000 funded by Special Operations Command South, scheduled for July-September 2011.
  • Listed as "Puerto Castillas", "Team Room and Range," $350,000 funded by Special Operations Command South, scheduled for July-September 2011.

San José, Guatemala

  • "200 Meter Range," $250,000 funded by Special Operations Command South, scheduled for July-September 2011.
  • "200 Meter Range," $250,000 funded by Special Operations Command South, scheduled for July-September 2011.

Champerico, Guatemala

  • Counter Narco-Terrorism "Ops Center/Barracks" and Pier, $1.75 million funded by SouthCom, scheduled for July-September 2011.
  • Counter Narco-Terrorism "Ops Center/Barracks" and Pier, $1.75 million funded by SouthCom, scheduled for July-September 2011.

Tecun Uman, Guatemala

  • Counter Narco-Terrorism "Ops Center/Barracks, Mait. Fac., Judicial Off.", $1 million funded by SouthCom, scheduled for July-September 2011.
  • Counter Narco-Terrorism "Ops Center/Barracks, Mait. Fac., Judicial Off.", $1 million funded by SouthCom, scheduled for July-September 2011.

Poptún, Guatemala

  • In August 2009, $1.15 million in contracts funded by SouthCom and by Special Operations Command South for "SOCSO Relocatables" and "Air Base Ops Center".
  • In August 2009, $1.15 million in contracts funded by SouthCom and by Special Operations Command South for "SOCSO Relocatables" and "Air Base Ops Center".

Hunting Cay, Sapodilla Cayes, Belize

  • Counter Narco-Terrorism "Ops Center/Barracks" and Pier, $1.75 million funded by SouthCom, scheduled for July-September 2011.
  • Counter Narco-Terrorism "Ops Center/Barracks" and Pier, $1.75 million funded by SouthCom, scheduled for July-September 2011.

Hayteville, Belize

  • Probably Hattieville, but listed as "Hayteville, Belize", "Range improvements," $28,000, and "Range and Road/Laydville Power BU," $180,000, both funded by Special Operations Command South, scheduled f...
  • Probably Hattieville, but listed as "Hayteville, Belize", "Range improvements," $28,000, and "Range and Road/Laydville Power BU," $180,000, both funded by Special Operations Command South, scheduled for July-September 2011.

Ladyville, Belize

  • $150,000 funded by Special Operations Command South for unspecified project, scheduled for July-September 2011.
  • $150,000 funded by Special Operations Command South for unspecified project, scheduled for July-September 2011.

San Pedro, Belize

  • Counter Narco-Terrorism "Ops Center and Barracks" and "Pier and Fuel Storage/Dispensing", $1.5 million funded by SouthCom, scheduled for July-September 2011.