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Officials at Fort Huachuca plan to hold a ribbon-cutting next month to celebrate operation of the southeastern Arizona post’s first wind turbine. The turbine only requires winds of nine miles per hour due to a two-blade design that allows it to work under lower wind sources …READ MORE
The shift of several defense agencies to Fort Meade, Md., under BRAC is complete, but a final deal with a developer to build a massive office park on the post still has not been reached. The enhanced use lease agreement, which has been under negotiation since 2006, would allow Trammell Crow to construct 10 or more buildings totaling 1.7 million square feet of office space on a 170-acre campus …READ MORE
The need for Japan to move ahead with plans to relocate Marine Corps Air Station Futenma within Okinawa is expected to be high on the agenda when Defense Secretary Leon Panetta meets with his counterpart in Tokyo this week. Progress on a replacement for Futenma is a critical step in the realignment of 8,600 Marines to Guam that the United States and Japan previously agreed to …READ MORE
North Carolina officials have been working to connect companies involved in the motorsports racing industry with military commands resident in the state, with the ultimate goal of creating an industry cluster near Fort Bragg. The state recently helped the motorsports community reach a memorandum of agreement with Army Special Operations Command, headquartered at Bragg …READ MORE
Officials are exploring the capabilities that microgrids and smart grids can offer installations as a way to reduce their vulnerability to fluctuations on the civilian power grid. “Our installations are 99 percent dependent on the civilian grid, so what happens to the civilian grid happens to us,” said Sharon Burke, assistant secretary of defense for operational energy plans and programs …READ MORE
With 5,500 employees and an estimated $4.4 billion economic impact, Tobyhanna Army Depot is a critical component of the economy in northeast Pennsylvania and one that local officials feel could be threatened by the belt-tightening exercise under way in Washington. To make the case that the depot is a valuable part of the military logistics enterprise, a regional economic development group has revived the Tobyhanna Army Depot Blue Ribbon Task Force …READ MORE
Officials at Joint Base Lewis-McChord opted not to hold a formal celebration after completing its first year as a fully operational joint base, but clearly they are proud of the accomplishments achieved by base personnel in merging installation support functions for what had been separate Army and Air Force bases outside Tacoma, Wash. …READ MORE