Grayling Army Airfield has two 5,000′ x 150′ runways. Runway 14 has three instrument approaches to it: GPS, NDB, and VOR, however the FAA is currently building GPS approaches to all runways. The airfield possesses Class D airspace when the Grayling Air Traffic Control Tower is open, uncontrolled airspace when the tower is closed.
Grayling Army Airfield currently possesses a Certificate of Authorization from the FAA to fly the RQ7B Shadow on the Airfield and in the Class D airspace. The Class D airspace overlaps R4201B providing a clear corridor from Grayling AAF to the restricted airspaces to the northwest of the airfield.
The General Aviation area is north of Grayling Army Air Field. There is ample parking on the GA ramp, an eight-bay T hangar building, a terminal building. The self-serve fuel farm boats a 10,000 gallon 100LL (AVGAS) tank and a 12,000 gallon JetA with Prist tank.
Camp Grayling is in the beginning stages of upgrading the pavement on the north end of runway 5/23.
The Airfield will be receiving the Pavement Condition Index/Number (PCI/N) from the CoE concerning all airfield pavement. The survey provides a blueprint concerning maintenance/resurfacing/ rehabilitation of the pavements.
Projects include rehabilitation/resurfacing of both runways, all taxiways, new air traffic control tower, and building new helicopter parking pads along the east and west side of T/W A
The segmented circle has been relocated from around the tetrahedron that is midfield at the airfield to the south side of the airfield encircling the wind cone and AWOS antennae.
The recent addition of two LED internally lit wind cones removes the requirement for a tetrahedron. The tetrahedron will be removed in the future; currently trying to determine if there is another airport that would care to have the tetrahedron or if it should be scrapped.
Troops at the Airfield have been diligently working to clean up and reclaim the area between BL-75 and the east edge of the airfield fence along the bike path.