OMACAMP Airspace Visualization Tool

The Oklahoma Military Airspace Compatibility Mapping Portal is designed to provide information to assist with the siting and early coordination of renewable energy projects and tall structure development between developers, local, regional, state, and federal stakeholders, and military installations within Oklahoma. Early coordination can benefit these projects by identifying potential concerns and mitigation opportunities across all stakeholder groups that can improve efficiency in project approvals, ultimately saving developers time and cost.

The portal provides information to help inform the project planning process for the development industry, state departments and agencies, counties and municipalities, the military, and other affected stakeholders. The portal combines an array of geographic map layers along with other pertinent data and corresponding contact information:

  • Military installations and areas where military operations are conducted across the state
  • Existing structures within Oklahoma airspace including wind turbines, communication towers, transmission lines, and radars
  • Areas of energy development opportunity, including solar potential and wind potential
  • Land ownership, including jurisdiction boundaries, councils of government, tribal lands, federal land holdings, and state land holdings and leases
  • Environmental public lands
  • FAA airspace sectional charts

The data layers contained within the portal provide preliminary information and coordination points of contact only. Military operational areas depicted do NOT constitute automatic exclusion areas for renewable energy or tall structure development, and the military may determine that development could be compatible with the missions in these areas, with or without mitigation. The use of the portal does not replace other coordination, planning, and review requirements at the local, state, and federal levels, and is not intended for project-specific analysis


Control What You Want to See

Turn layers on or off in the Data Layer window to view what is relevant to you.

Select Hot Buttons

Hot buttons on the top right of the portal provide easy access to layers displaying relevant information for select stakeholder groups: Military, Wind Development Industry, Counties, Cities and Towns, State Lands, and Federal Lands.

Identify Areas of Interest

Create custom Areas of Interest by drawing a shape or uploading a file to get an output display of features that intersect those areas and associated contact information.

Create Coordination Reports

Create and save Coordination Reports in Adobe PDF, Microsoft Excel workbook, or HTML formats. The Coordination Report is a summary of relevant information to facilitate early communication with potential stakeholders when considering energy development within a user-defined area. The Coordination Report displays a map view of the area along with individual features that intersect the defined area including all points of contact associated with each feature.


The Oklahoma Military Airspace Compatibility Mapping Portal was funded by the Department of Defense Office of Local Defense Community Cooperation under the management of the Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission. Representatives from local governments, state departments, the renewable energy industry, and military installations in Oklahoma participated in the development of the portal.


The Oklahoma Military Airspace Compatibility Mapping Portal has been tested and is compatible with both Firefox 97 and Google Chrome 97.
For best performance, avoid operating the portal using Internet Explorer or Edge.
The Print to PDF function has been tested using Adobe Acrobat Reader release 20.004.30020.
The Excel button has been tested using Microsoft Office 365.


This report describes the military installations and military operational or influence areas throughout Oklahoma including Military Training Routes, Special Use Airspace, other types of military airspace, and military radars. The report discusses renewable energy and tall structure development in Oklahoma, such as tall buildings or transmission lines, and their potential impacts on military operations. The report concludes with a section on the importance of coordination and opportunities for early mitigation, as well as recommendations for enhancing early coordination processes between developers and the local military installations.

Download the Report

Questions about military operations and compatibility in Oklahoma?

For questions specific to compatibility with military installations in Oklahoma:

Altus AFB – 580.481.8488
Camp Gruber Training Center – 918.289.7104
Fort Sill – 580.442.3003
Infinity One Spaceflight Corridor – 580.562.3500
Kegelman Air Force Auxiliary Field – 580.747.7143
McAlester Army Ammunition Plant – 918.420.7535
Muldrow Army Heliport – 405.217.8190
Sheppard AFB – 940.676.5478
Tinker AFB – 405.734.2074
Tulsa Air National Guard Base – 918.740.1920
Vance AFB – 580.747.7143
Will Rogers Air National Guard Base – 918.740.1920

For questions specific to compatibility with military installations outside Oklahoma that control airspace in Oklahoma:

Arkansas Air National Guard – 479.573.5502
Cannon AFB – 575.784.2276
Dyess AFB – 325.696.3666 / 325.696.3612
Laughlin AFB – 318.529.3171
Little Rock AFB – 501.987.3301
Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth – 817.782.6903 / 817.782.6904 / 817.782.6905
Smoky Hill Air National Guard Range – 785.827.9611 ext 147

Questions about the Mapping Portal?

This Mapping Portal is maintained by the Oklahoma Department of Transportation. For web-related question, contact [email protected]

Questions About the Oklahoma Military Airspace Compatibiliy Mapping Portal Project?

For information on the project, contact:

Thomas Galloway, Aviation Program Manager 
Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission
[email protected]