Corpus Christi Army Depot is a United States Department of Defense which has been a tenant of the Naval Air Station Corpus Christi since 1961. Their mission consists of ascertain aviation readiness for all accommodation and international sales programs. CCAD is currently the most astronomically immense facility in the world and accommodates as a depot training base for active obligation Army, National Guard, Reserve and international personnel. The depot gives ecumenical onsite maintenance accommodations for units around the world. This depot provides various of recourses and services to make sure all of the aircrafts are well aided.
The land where the depot stand now, was made to train Navy Aviators to fly seaplanes and carrier-based aircrafts. The land was first just an aircraft overhaul and repair facility until 1959 when the Army took over and called it the Army Aeronautical Depot Maintenance Center which began their operations in 1962. The name was changed to Corpus Christi in 1974, employing 3500 civilian workers. The depot was there to maintain, repair, and services helicopters. Today, CCAD has a value of over $746 million in facilities. Employees belongs to CCAD have accommodates in Desert Shield/Storm, Somalia, Haiti, Bosnia, and are presently in Operation Iraqi Liberation. CCAD has been in partnership with multiple companies, including Silkorsky, Honeywell, and Boeing, to provide support for different engine lines.
Theres housing on post and off post for CCAD.