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Renters Insurance Requirement Waived in AF Privatized Housing

  • March 23, 2015
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Due to a recent Defense Department change in basic allowance for housing (BAH), renters insurance is no longer required for airmen …

Ready and Resilient for the Challenges Ahead

  • March 23, 2015
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The stories of communities’ successes and the effect of their ongoing work are the heart of ADC and the focus of “Ready and Resilient: America’s Defense Communities” …

Navy Reaches Penultimate Step in Horsham Environmental Review Process

  • March 22, 2015
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A final environmental impact statement (EIS), which favors the local redevelopment authority’s reuse plan, has been issued by the Navy …

Senate Budget Panel Approves 2016 Plan with Added Defense Funding

  • March 22, 2015
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The Senate Budget Committee on Thursday raised a special war funding account for defense to $89 billion next year …

DOD Should Consider Trimming Civilian Workforce to Generate Savings, Defense Analysts Say

  • March 22, 2015
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One area the Pentagon should target to slash spending is its civilian workforce, four defense analysts said March 16 at a Cato Institute forum. The number of civilian workers has grown since 2009, even as the size of the armed forces has been shrinking, said Mackenzie Eaglen, a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. The Pentagon has not kept good records of the number of civilian workers it has, Eaglen pointed out, making it difficult to craft plans to roll back the size of the workforce. Conducting a round of base closures would be another way to find budget savings, the experts said …

Further Study Required of Army Plan to Abandon Indiana Firing Range, EPA Says

  • March 22, 2015
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Environmental Protection Agency officials are asking the Army to assess the costs and benefits of its plan to suspend environmental monitoring at the former Jefferson Proving Ground in southern Indiana, a repository of more than 160,000 pounds of depleted-uranium shell fragments along with millions of unexploded conventional shells, live detonators, primers and fuses. The Army also is asking the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to terminate its license for the site. The service has proposed placing land use restrictions on the range, including fencing off contaminated areas, reported the Courier-Journal. The Army has said it spends about $150,000 annually to monitor the site …

SAME Camps Promote Understanding of Engineering, Military Infrastructure

  • March 22, 2015
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For the 15th year, The Society of American Military Engineers is running Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) engineering and construction summer camps …

Nominations Being Accepted for 2015 Defense Community Awards

  • March 22, 2015
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The nominations process for ADC’s 2015 Defense Community Awards program is open …

Battle Lines Drawn Over Defense Spending

  • March 19, 2015
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The Senate fiscal 2016 budget resolution sets up a major obstacle to agreement with the House over differences in defense spending …

Three Finalists Make Pitch for Concord Redevelopment

  • March 19, 2015
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Three real estate companies competing to be the master developer of the former Concord Naval Weapons Station presented their proposals to the LRA on Saturday. Catellus Development Corp., Lennar Urban and SunCal have offered proposals for what is described as one of the largest projects in the Bay Area …

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