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The U.S. military frequently is the source of technological innovation for the commercial sector, and its efforts to cut energy usage most likely will follow a similar arc. The latest example could be the Army’s net zero program, which is intended to conserve energy and water, and reduce waste streams at 17 pilot installations …READ MORE
Officials at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base believe they will have fewer jobs in aerospace medicine to fill than expected as about 37 percent of workers whose jobs are relocating to the Dayton, Ohio, installation plan to move. Typically, only about 15 percent of civilian workers move with their jobs following a realignment …READ MORE
After briefly taking up the fiscal 2012 military construction and veterans affairs spending bill Thursday evening, House leaders put off further consideration of the legislation on Friday so the chamber could take up a resolution dealing with President Obama’s handling of U.S. military action in Libya. Debate over the spending measure will continue on the House floor next week when lawmakers return from recess …READ MORE
Unemployment has hit veterans of the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan particularly hard, with the rate approaching 15 percent for New York state veterans recently home from fighting in those two countries. In New York City, 17,300 veterans are out of work, an increase of 4,700 from last year. A New York-based nonprofit has decided to tackle the problem head-on …READ MORE
About 885 workers in Oklahoma will receive training in aerospace occupations as a result of a $1.7 million National Emergency Grant the U.S. Labor Department announced this week. The funds represent the last portion of a $3.2 million grant the department awarded the state in December 2008 to help workers affected by the realignment of military installations in Oklahoma …READ MORE
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Officials in Clark County, Wash., have given the Army two weeks to agree to fund the remainder of the cleanup of Camp Bonneville, a 3,840-acre site in western Washington just over the Oregon border littered with unexploded ordnance and other contaminants. Negotiations between the two have slowed, and if a deal can’t be reached by July 14, the county’s plan to turn the firing range and training site into a regional park would be postponed …READ MORE