Promoting growth and protecting mission sustainment.

Over the past several decades Joint Land Use Studies (JLUS) informed defense communities and helped preserve and protect the readiness of military installations in the Alamo Area. However, we face compatibility challenges that go beyond the use of land. These studies also address challenges such as spectrum interference, climate change, environmental protection, bird strikes, drones, resiliency, and cyber and energy vulnerability.

As a result, the Office of Economic Adjustment rebranded JLUS as the Compatible Use Plan. The AACOG Compatible Use Program will deliver a regional plan addressing compatible use with military bases across four counties; Bexar, Comal, Guadalupe and Kendall. The focus areas of study include Camp Bullis, Lackland Air Force Base, Randolph Air Force Base, Kelly Field and Martindale Army Airfield.

Final Lackland AICUZ Study (2019)

Final Randolph AICUZ Study (2017)

JBSA CUP Fact Sheet (2020)

JBSA RCUP (2021)