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On Base will pause publication from Wed., Aug. 21, through Fri., Sept. 6. If any major news breaks during this scheduled publishing break, ADC will post updates as appropriate.READ MORE
A new Heritage Foundation analysis published last week proposes that the next several months may determine whether the Defense Department will conduct another base realignment and closing (BRAC) in the next decade. The report, issued by the well-known conservative think tank, presents a fiscally-focused case to Pentagon leaders not to disregard the impact of anotherREAD MORE
Officials from Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, other local military installations and area wind energy companies met last week to continue resolving concerns about wind farm developments that impact military installations, the Wichita Falls Times Record News reported. The meeting, part of ongoing talks toward resolving disputes between senior Sheppard AFB officials and the windREAD MORE
The Army is announcing its call for nominations for its 4th annual Army Community Partnership Awards. The fiscal 2019 awards, conducted under the authority of the assistant secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy and the Environment, is an opportunity to recognize the significant impact community partnerships have made to readiness, modernization, and to theREAD MORE
The Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) has issued new warnings that scammers are continuing to try to take advantage of military members through fake vehicle purchases, according to an Exchange news release. In a new scheme, scammers have been using “Exchange Inc.” to deceive military members when they are in the market forREAD MORE
Camden County, Ga., is preparing for a celebration of its recertification as the nation’s first designated Coast Guard Community this fall, The Brunswick News reports. The recertification is designed to ensure the county is active in its support for Coast Guard units operating in the area. Sheila McNeill, director of The Camden Partnership, an organizationREAD MORE
The repair costs for dual earthquake damage early last month to Naval Air Weapons Station, Calif., have risen to more than $5 billion, according to a new Navy estimate made public Wednesday. The massive 1.1 million acre installation located on the western edge of the Mojave Desert near Ridgecrest, Calif., suffered damage so severe thatREAD MORE
A Missouri research consortium studying traumatic brain injury (TBI) that includes Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., Missouri University of Science and Technology, and the Leonard Wood Institute (LWI) is advancing how TBI is diagnosed and treated, according to a recent “Battle for the Brain” Missouri S&T feature article. The consortium, officially the Acute Effects of NeurotraumaREAD MORE