AFCEC leads execution of Air Force Enhanced Use Lease, Value Based Transactions, Encroachment Management Partnerships and other legacy-based programs.
An EUL is a partnership between the Air Force and public entities or private developers to create mutually beneficial commercial projects on non-excess Air Force real estate. In exchange for leasing property, the Air Force receives cash or in-kind consideration, at or above fair market value. EUL projects range from energy to commercial real estate development.
An EMP is an Air Force partnership with a state or political subdivision of state, or a private entity with its stated principal organizational purpose or goal being the conservation, restoration or preservation of land or natural resources in pursuit of restrictive-use or conservation easements to protect Air Force missions from encroachment.