Air Force fears it could be forced to evacuate an entire base after Trump cuts funds to pay for his wall
Official White House photo of President Donald Trump boarding Air Force One at Joint Base Andrews by Shealah Craighead)

An internal report from the United States Air Force claims that it could be forced to evacuate an entire base in Alaska because President Donald Trump cut crucial funding to pay for his long-promised border wall.

NBC News reports that the Air Force has written a report detailing the importance of dozens of projects that have seen their funding cut to finance Trump's wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.

Among the projects is a boiler replacement at Eielsen Air Force Base in Alaska, which the report says is in "imminent" danger of failing. According to NBC News, the boiler in question "provides all electrical power and steam heat for the base" and the Air Force would have to evacuate the entire base if it went down.

After this evacuation, the Air Force projects that the base "would freeze and require millions of dollars of repair to return to usable conditions."

Additionally, the report finds that Trump's cuts will have a negative impact on NATO-related military operations intended to deter Russian aggression in Europe.

"Projects to upgrade airfields in Germany, Luxembourg, Great Britain, Hungary and Slovakia have been shelved, leaving the bases unable to support U.S. and NATO airplanes," NBC News reports. "Construction of storage facilities and fuel supply has also been postponed, 'directly limiting theater presence and impairing mission capability and readiness' and support to Operation Atlantic Resolve within Europe, Africa, and the Middle East, the report says.