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  • U.S. Army Publishes Energy Security and Sustainability Strategy

    Jun 1, 2015

    The U.S. Army has published and released its strategic roadmap to future energy security and sustainability.

  • Construction begins on largest solar array in Ky.

    May 29, 2015

    A groundbreaking ceremony at the site of a capped landfill on Fort Campbell, Wednesday, marked the next step in the installation's renewable energy plan. The ceremony marked the beginning of construction of the largest solar array in Kentucky.

  • New flight center takes off

    May 28, 2015

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District is constructing a new energy-efficient multi-purpose flight complex at the Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst. The complex is at the forefront of aviation technology and the new facility will save the base and taxpayers considerable money.

  • Facilities Reduction Program contract awarded

    May 27, 2015

    Ten businesses have been awarded a Multiple Award Task Order, Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity contract with a program-based capacity of $48 million to support Midwest facilities reduction demolition projects by the Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville.

  • Hawthorne Army Depot's Rose Creek Reservoir Opens to the Community

    May 22, 2015

    Extensive collaboration and effort result in community use of Rose Creek Reservoir at Hawthorne Army Depot.

  • Army Military Treatment Facilities Honored for Sustainability Excellence

    May 22, 2015

    Several Army military treatment facilities (MTFs) were honored for their sustainability achievements and practices at the CleanMed 2015 Conference held recently in Portland, Oregon.

  • Fort Stewart leads DOD in green initiative

    May 19, 2015

    Fort Stewart recently won gold when it was officially declared the best installation in the Army and is now on the cutting edge of harvesting gold from the skies.

  • Army technology safely destroys historic munitions

    May 15, 2015

    Army officials announced the successful destruction of 10 historic munitions, here, using the Army's transportable Explosive Destruction System (EDS).

  • Garrison CSM recognizes Net Zero champions

    May 14, 2015

    Three Joint Task Force Carson Soldiers were recognized as Net Zero champions by Garrison Command Sgt. Maj. Clinton Reiss during the Spring Facility Energy Training event hosted by the Directorate of Public Works (DPW) May 6, 2015, at The Hub.

  • Operation "Clean Sweep" Nets 40 Bags of Trash at USACE Albuquerque District's John Martin Reservoir

    May 12, 2015

    JOHN MARTIN RESERVOIR, Colo. -- Local volunteers joined U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Albuquerque District reservoir staff and collected more than 40 bags of trash along the south shoreline during a cleanup event May 2.

  • $1.5 billion ESPC MATOC awarded to 14 companies

    May 11, 2015

    Thirteen large businesses and one small business will share capacity on a $1.5 billion Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Energy Savings Performance Contracting (ESPC) Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) for the design, construction and operation of energy savings projects to help military installations meet mandated energy savings goals.

  • Knox proves ability to operate without external power

    May 8, 2015

    The Fort Knox energy team demonstrated during an Energy Security Project ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday the installation's capability to operate independently of external power sources using natural gas from beneath the post's surface -- a first for a U.S. military installation.

  • Army takes action against summer wildfires

    May 8, 2015

    Army officials are taking action against wildfires by conducting an annual prescribed burn of the Schofield Barracks training range complex, beginning Monday, May 11.

  • Fossils, fur, fun fuel fair

    May 7, 2015

    More than 300 students attended the Pinon Canyon Maneuver Site (PCMS) EnviroFair, April 30, 2015, and learned about reducing, reusing and recycling.

  • ECIP projects inching Fort Hunter Liggett toward Net Zero

    May 7, 2015

    This summer Fort Hunter Liggett will begin the design phase of a $22 million Energy Conservation Investment Program (ECIP) project that, when complete, will get the California installation to Net Zero energy use.

  • Arctic Cleanup: Tough conditions no match for test well remediation

    May 7, 2015

    Numb fingertips and toes; frozen beards and eyelashes; and an ice road sound like something out of a major film. However, there were no video cameras rolling as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers -- Alaska District conducted an environmental cleanup project in the tundra-covered foothills of the Brooks Range.

  • Sun shines for Earth Day 2015 in Monterey

    May 6, 2015

    Some 600 community members stopped by to expand their knowledge on conservation and protection of natural resources from about 30 participating agencies during the Presidio's Earth Day fair April 30.

  • New York Army National Guard aircrews train by fighting Catskill forest fire

    May 6, 2015

    A day of routine training to employ water buckets with military helicopters turned into a real world firefighting mission for two New York Army National Guard UH-60 crews on Tuesday, May 5.

  • Human Resources Command buildings among nation's most energy efficient

    May 6, 2015

    U.S. Army Human Resources Command was awarded five bronze Energy Star plaques in a ceremony at its Fort Knox headquarters May 5. Fort Knox Garrison Commander, Col. Thomas J. Edwards, presented the Environmental Protection Agency certificates to Brig. Gen. Barbara L. Owens, HRC Deputy Commanding General, and they were joined by the Hon. Katherine Hammack, Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy and Environment, and Gregory S. Kuhr, Director, G4, Facilities and Logistics, U.S. Army Installation Management Command, to unveil the plaques in the Maude Complex quadrangle. Energy Star status recognizes the five buildings for consuming 35 percent less energy and producing 35 percent fewer greenhouse gas emissions than similarly categorized office buildings across the nation.

  • Corps Facilities Reduction Program completes project at Aberdeen Proving Ground

    May 4, 2015

    Figuring out the best, safest way to demolish an old water tower at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, challenged the Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville's Facilities Reduction Team. The water tower was originally part of an old boiler plant used to make steam for heating purposes. It was particularly challenging due to numerous safety concerns.

  • New artifacts reveal more about Civil War life

    Apr 30, 2015

    SAVANNAH, Ga. -- As archaeologists recover more CSS Georgia artifacts from the murky waters of the Savannah River, the day-to-day hardships of serving as a Confederate sailor are becoming clearer.

  • Picatinny wins DOD 2015 Cultural Resources Management Award

    Apr 30, 2015

    Picatinny Arsenal has been named the winner of the Cultural Resources Management, Small Installation award, a category in the 2015 Secretary of Defense Environmental Awards.

  • Secretary of Defense recognizes Army environmental successes

    Apr 29, 2015

    The Army's investment in its environmental sustainability, acquisition and cultural resources programs recently reaped dividends with recognition in four categories of the Secretary of Defense Environmental Awards Program.

  • BAF contractor recycles over 50 percent of solid waste, empowers women, gives back to community

    Apr 29, 2015

    He was born in Afghanistan and moved to the United States with his family when he was a baby. Today, he is the co-founder of Malika & Refa Environmental Solutions (M&R), a Bagram Airfield (BAF) contractor that recycles over 50 percent of its solid waste. M&R is owned by Malika Mobariz, a local Afghan woman who was his mother's nursing student at the Afghan National Military Hospital.

  • Savannah Corps' FEST-A delivers unmatched engineering support

    Apr 28, 2015

    SAVANNAH, Ga. -- Four months after launching into a six-month deployment to Kuwait, Savannah's Forward Engineering Support Team -- Advance (FEST-A) convened recently to discuss engineering solutions supplied to the region and assignments on the horizon.

  • Army's first resource efficiency manager workshop filled with passion for energy management

    Apr 27, 2015

    Huntsville Center, which manages the Resource Efficiency Manager (REM) program, hosted the Army's first REM Workshop April 15-17 to enhance the knowledge base of the growing network of REMs across the Army and Army Reserve.

  • Arnn students showcase their projects at annual science fair

    Apr 24, 2015

    CAMP ZAMA, Japan (April 24, 2015) -- Students from Arnn Elementary School presented their science projects and inventions to Soldiers from the 78th Signal Battalion during the school's annual science fair April 17 held inside the school's gymnasium.

  • Bioretention areas offer more than green scenery on JBM-HH

    Apr 23, 2015

    Driving around JBM-HH, you may have noticed gardens planted in depressions and medians. These are examples of bioretention areas, where stormwater runoff flows and slowly settles into the ground instead of being carried directly to stormwater sewers. Stormwater in sewers flows directly to streams and rivers without filters or treatment. As a result, pollutants in the stormwater, including nutrients, chemicals, sediment, bacteria and trash, also end up in our local streams and rivers and ultimately affect water quality in the Chesapeake Bay.

  • Earth Day 2015 Army Message

    Apr 22, 2015

    On April 22, the United States Army will join the Nation in celebrating Earth Day. Army Earth Day 2015 is our opportunity to renew our commitment to sound environmental stewardship of the lands entrusted to us; the lands where our Soldiers, Families and Civilians train, live and work.

  • Earth Day 2015 Army Message

    Apr 22, 2015

    On April 22, the United States Army will join the Nation in celebrating Earth Day. Army Earth Day 2015 is our opportunity to renew our commitment to sound environmental stewardship of the lands entrusted to us; the lands where our Soldiers, Families and Civilians train, live and work.

  • Fort Benning receives solar panel project

    Apr 21, 2015

    A groundbreaking ceremony was held for the Renewable Energy Solar Power Project at Uchee Creek's activity center April 17.

  • Forestry, food program cultivate partnership

    Apr 17, 2015

    As John Paul Hart opened the door to a walk-in cooler he revealed thousands of saplings that will be used at Fort Campbell. Approximately 18,000 trees will be planted on post, while 3,000 will be given to schools and Arbor Day participants April 24. The installation forestry technician may have been in a bind if not for the help of Roman Singleton, Installation Food Program manager, because the tree saplings had to be in a refrigerated environment prior to planting.

  • Innovative technology destroys old munitions

    Apr 17, 2015

    Army officials have brought a state-of-the-art system, here, to destroy several historic munitions, beginning in late April.

  • Corps of Engineers Partners with Punahou JROTC to Clean Up Waikiki Beach as Part of Earth Month 2015

    Apr 15, 2015

    More than 40 volunteers from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers partnered with local JROTC students and others to clean up Waikiki Beach April 11 as part of Earth Month 2015.

  • Army releases request for proposals for Fort Campbell solar project

    Apr 8, 2015

    Huntsville Center Army Corps of Engineers released a request for proposals for a 3.1MW Solar array Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) on Fort Campbell, Kentucky. The PPA will complete the installation's requirement for a 5MW solar array.

  • Endangered bats protected in Hohenfels

    Apr 7, 2015

    HOHENFELS, Germany -- There are well over 3,000 different species of flora and fauna on the Hohenfels Training Area, but for many people the most exciting creature here is the Greater Horseshoe Bat.

  • Lighting upgrade saves energy, maintenance costs

    Apr 7, 2015

    TOBYHANNA ARMY DEPOT, Pa. -- New lights promise to save more than $400,000 in energy and maintenance costs over the next 15 years.

  • USACE turns its focus to Earth Day activities

    Apr 7, 2015

    Forty-five years ago a Wisconsin senator wanted the country to pause on April 22 for a "national teach-in on the environment," and think about taking care of the planet on which we live. Thanks to Sen. Gaylord Nelson's efforts, Earth Day was born.

  • Energy team flies kites to teach local students

    Apr 6, 2015

    Kites and electricity may sound like Ben Franklin to some. But now, instead of using a kite to prove electricity is in the sky or collect electricity in a jar, employees from the Engineering and Support Center Huntsville's Energy Team are using kites to show students how they can harness wind and convert the kinetic energy into electricity.

  • Young students learn about engineering careers

    Apr 6, 2015

    The Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville participated in Career Day at Monte Sano Elementary School on March 31. The event was geared for elementary school students who are interested in knowing what careers are available to them in the federal government. More than 400 students in first through fifth grades participated in the event held at the school.

  • Fort Detrick Breaks Ground on Renewable Energy Project

    Apr 6, 2015

    Fort Detrick and U.S. Army leadership, alongside federal, state and local officials, broke ground on an estimated $35 million dollar project to install solar panels that will provide Fort Detrick with renewable energy on Wednesday, April 1.

  • Fort Carson DPW to expand reclaimed water system

    Apr 2, 2015

    Watering needs for Fort Carson's sports complex and Iron Horse Park turf areas will be met through an expanded reclaimed water system when the valves are turned on in mid-April 2015.

  • April issue of The Corps Environment is available

    Apr 1, 2015

    The April issue of The Corps Environment features the 2014 Secretary of the Army Environmental Awards and provides just a snapshot of the many Army Corps of Engineers and Army environmental and sustainability efforts across the country.

  • Albuquerque District, USACE, Archaeologist Shares Historical Discoveries at Colorado Conference

    Apr 1, 2015

    USACE Albuquerque District archaeologist Gregory Everhart presented on the historical findings of recent cultural resources activities at Trinidad Lake and John Martin Reservoir at the 37th Annual Conference of the Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists, March 13-15, 2015.

  • Twenty years of energy investments pay off for Fort Knox

    Mar 27, 2015

    The Fort Knox slogan declares to all that "strength starts here." After this month, Fort Knox can claim the Army's energy conservation starts here as well.

  • Spring means Earth Month

    Mar 27, 2015

    Earth Month is quickly approaching, but for the O'ahu Army Natural Resources Program (OANRP), which manages endangered species on O'ahu, the busiest part of protecting the Earth, here, on island, is nearing the end of the season -- specifically, the season for planting.

  • Outreach-KONTAKT Franken reaches out, cleans up

    Mar 26, 2015

    Members of Outreach-KONTAKT Franken and Ansbach Better Opportunity for Single Soldiers worked together on cleaning up an area around a USAG Ansbach installation as part of the Ansbach Saubä(e)r, a city-wide clean-up, Saturday.

  • First mustard agent destruction another milestone for chemical demilitarization program

    Mar 26, 2015

    The March 18 destruction of the first item in the Pueblo Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant Explosive Destruction System marked another milestone for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville chemical demilitarization program.

  • New locomotives ensure energy-efficient transport

    Mar 23, 2015

    The swift, efficient movement of freight and equipment is essential to the Army's mission, whether by air, land or sea. Fort Campbell's railroad operations are a key part of this mission to remain a premier power projection platform capable of deploying troops in 36 hours.

  • Earth Month is coming

    Mar 20, 2015

    U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii will be hosting numerous events for its fourth annual Earth Month celebration.

  • Proper spill response prevents pollution

    Mar 19, 2015

    Proper and efficient spill response is essential to keeping installations in compliance with numerous environmental requirements.

  • Army civilians support warfighters down to the paint

    Mar 16, 2015

    TOBYHANNA ARMY DEPOT, Pa. -- Painter James Bell uses a pressure pot paint system with an air spray gun to optimize paint transfer and efficiency here.

  • Surveys of new land bring about discovery, information, preservation

    Mar 13, 2015

    Just as Soldiers protect and preserve the American way of life, the Army protects and preserves the land that falls under its purview. Fort Polk's Environment and Natural Resources Management Division, Directorate of Public Works, implements the regulations that maintain and conserve resources. That management can be actively seen as the Army acquires new land at Fort Polk.

  • Diving on the CSS Georgia

    Mar 13, 2015

    Archaeologists from Panamerican Consultants, Inc. are recovering and cataloging artifacts from the CSS Georgia, a sunken Civil War ironclad. Significant artifacts that have been identified include pieces of a sliding gun carriage, ceramic pottery, nautical tackle and a plethora of fasteners and smaller items. The five-month recovery effort is just one phase of the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project, which officially kicked off Jan. 29. For the full story on this particular dive, March 4, visit http://ow.ly/Ki9zg, or visit http://ow.ly/Kiclf for a more comprehensive overview.

  • Safety tips, regulation awareness urged for hiking in Hawaii

    Mar 13, 2015

    The State of Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) is reminding the public to obey the law while hiking in Hawaii

  • Students volunteer to tackle recycling mission

    Mar 12, 2015

    FORT LEE, Va. (March 5, 2015) -- Students who attend the Army Logistics University here can be subject to such a voluminous academic workload they have little time for much else.

  • Beneath the barnacles: Archaeologists battle elements to uncover ironclad history

    Mar 12, 2015

    Each day as tourists saunter through the city's famous squares, another group of visitors explores a different set of squares at the bottom of the Savannah River.

  • Army Corps of Engineers leads multi-agency group to explore disaster scenarios

    Mar 12, 2015

    The Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District will be forming a working group to address issues that could potentially arise on the Ohio River in an emergency scenario, such as an earthquake on the New Madrid fault, or other natural disaster.

  • Risky Business -- Army Corps of Engineers Louisville risk cadre receives top honors

    Mar 12, 2015

    Louisville Risk Cadre Earns First Cadre-of-the-Year Award for FY14

  • New improvements to JBM-HH will help conserve energy, money

    Mar 12, 2015

    A collection of new Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall Directorate of Public Works projects is underway in order to make the base more environmentally friendly and save funds on energy for years to come.

  • Creating an award-winning product not as easy as it looks

    Mar 11, 2015

    The Halon Extinguisher Replacement Program for Aviation Weapon Systems Integrated Product Team (IPT), which included representatives from many organizations, spent several years of researching, developing and testing to replace the current aviation hand-held fire extinguisher (HHFE) charged with the ozone depleting substance (ODS) Halon 1301, won the Secretary of the Army Environmental Award for Environmental Excellence in Weapon System Acquisition.

  • MOARNG's Environmental Management Office success started at the top

    Mar 11, 2015

    The Missouri Army National Guard Environmental Quality Program, which is overseen by the MOARNG Environmental Office, won the industrial installation environmental quality category in the Secretary of the Army Environmental Awards Program and will compete at the Secretary of Defense competition later this year.

  • Innovation, planning enable USACE to streamline cleanup in Alaska

    Mar 11, 2015

    The Alaska District Northeast Cape FUDS accomplishments earned the Secretary of the Army award in the Environmental Restoration -- Installation category. They will compete against other military services' program successes in the Secretary of Defense Environmental Awards Program later this year.

  • Fort Indiantown Gap wins award by thinking big, small

    Mar 11, 2015

    Fort Indiantown Gap National Guard Training Center won a Secretary of the Army Environmental Award in the Sustainability--Non-Industrial Installation category and will go on to compete at the Secretary of Defense Environmental Awards level later this year.

  • "Going Green" pays dividends for Minnesota Army National Guard

    Mar 11, 2015

    The Minnesota Army National Guard (MNARNG) Sustainability Team is making a huge impact across the state by showing others the economic and environmental advantages of incorporating sustainability practices.

  • Efforts impact local species, garner international attention

    Mar 10, 2015

    One of the most important training sites in the region, Camp Blanding Joint Training Center (CBJTC) is also known for its incredibly successful Natural Resources Conservation (NRC) program--so successful, in fact, that it won first place in the Secretary of the Army Environmental Awards in the Natural Resources Conservation - Large Installation category.

  • Salvaging history in rural New Jersey

    Mar 9, 2015

    Picatinny's Cultural Resources Program (CRP) efforts garnered them a Secretary of the Army Environmental Award in the Cultural Resources, Small Installation category. Picatinny's CRP demonstrates extreme dedication to balancing the combined missions of research and development with historic and environmental preservation of the post's cultural resources through streamlined compliance.

  • DES tests fire suppression system

    Mar 9, 2015

    ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. - The Directorate of Emergency Services (DES) tested a newly-renovated fire suppression system inside the Phillips Army Airfield aircraft hangar on APG North (Aberdeen) Feb 18.

  • Pentagon recognizes Army Environmental Program successes

    Mar 6, 2015

    The Army announced the winners of its highest environmental awards for environmental stewardship and sustainability highlighting successes in natural resource conservation, cultural resource management, environmental quality, sustainability, environmental restoration, and environmental excellence in weapon systems acquisition.

  • Fort Carson sustainability expo delivers green knowledge

    Mar 5, 2015

    Fort Carson hosted its first Sustainable-Green Procurement Expo and Workshop Feb. 26.

  • Engineering the Recovery from Hurricane Sandy

    Mar 2, 2015

    Engineering is crucial to building and replenishing beaches. Although a lot of engineering goes into planning, designing, and constructing hard structures such as levees, walls, tidal barriers, and pump stations, engineering is crucial to building and replenishing beaches, as well.

  • Monitoring bald eagles

    Mar 2, 2015

    ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. - During the most recent count of Aberdeen Proving Ground bald eagles in early January, 177 were spotted along the installation shorelines; indicating a thriving eagle population on post.

  • Youth 'build' a forest, environmental awareness

    Feb 27, 2015

    Over 100 elementary school students from central Oahu interacted with a native Hawaiian forest at the Hawaii Agriculture and Environmental Awareness Day at the Urban Garden Center in Pearl City, Feb. 13.

  • Fish attractors installed at Weston Lake

    Feb 26, 2015

    Staff of the Directorate of Public Works Wildlife Branch recently installed fish attracting structures at two sites in Weston Lake.

  • Savannah Corps invests in next generation of STEM leaders

    Feb 26, 2015

    Canvassing for the nation's future engineering talent starts through community outreach programs, and the district seized the opportunity to showcase a variety of Corps missions to approximately 160 engineering students at Jenkins High School in Savannah, Ga.

  • Recycling done right

    Feb 24, 2015

    This guide to recycling can help sort out what goes where in Germany.

  • 13 businesses awarded Utility Monitoring and Control Systems contracts

    Feb 24, 2015

    Huntsville Center awarded the last of 13 contractors to the fourth generation of its Utility Monitoring and Control Systems (UMCS) Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) in January. Representatives from the pool of contractors gathered for a post-award kickoff meeting Feb. 18 at the University of Alabama in Huntsville campus.

  • Frogs Returning in February

    Feb 20, 2015

    The U.S. Army Center for Environmental Health Research will welcome the African clawed frog (Xenopus laevis) back into its laboratory this month to study the level of toxicity in periodate, a compound that could be used to replace perchlorate.

  • JBLM Soldiers help clean up local elementary school campus

    Feb 18, 2015

    JBLM Soldiers participated in an elementary school safety clean up as part of a community outreach program.

  • US Soldiers conduct cleanup at Thai community school

    Feb 12, 2015

    US Soldiers from the 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division, work with Thai Soldiers from the 31-1st Infantry Regiment, Kings Guard Rapid Deployment Force, to clean up at the Chupsorn School during a joint community service project in Lop Buri, Thailand, continuing a 182 year tradition of friendship between the Thai and American peoples, on 3 Feb, 2015.

  • Solar Field Ribbon Cutting Brings Community Together

    Feb 12, 2015

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona- In an endeavor towards sustainability, a ribbon cutting ceremony took place on Wednesday showcasing 57,420 solar panels that have begun providing renewable energy on Fort Huachuca. The sun beamed down brightly as Maj. Gen. John B. Morrison, Jr., Commanding Gen. U.S. Army Network Enterprise Technology Command and Deputy Commanding Gen. U.S. Army Cyber Command welcomed the crowd. The ceremony took place outside the Thunder Mountain Activity Center, with the solar array creating the backdrop.

  • Military volunteers keeping it green at golf tournament

    Feb 11, 2015

    PRESIDIO OF MONTEREY, Calif. -- More than 200 service member volunteers from the Monterey area are expected to assist a local non-profit in keeping things environmentally friendly at this year's AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am golf tournament.

  • Civil works projects mean American jobs, Army leader says

    Feb 11, 2015

    For every $1 billion spent on civil works projects by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, about 20,000 jobs are created, Army senior leaders said.

  • Meeting informs public of actions to clean up formerly used defense site

    Feb 10, 2015

    A public meeting will provide interested individuals with information about a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, or USACE, investigation for potential munitions at the former Camp Van Dorn, a 41,544-acre formerly-used defense site, or FUDS, located in Mississippi's Wilkinson and Amite counties.

  • Hammack sees progression of installation's green initiatives

    Feb 6, 2015

    Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy and Environment Katherine Hammack visited Fort Campbell earlier this week, where she received a sneak peek into some of the installation's latest energy and environmentally-friendly initiatives.

  • Improvements add new life to 1942 era facilities at Tooele

    Feb 5, 2015

    TOOELE ARMY DEPOT, Utah, (January 27, 2015) -- Improvements to several 1942 era warehouse buildings within the Ammunition Equipment Directorate complex are continuing to augment the quality of life as well as productivity at Tooele Army Depot (TEAD), Utah.

  • Cub Scouts, Army Corps of Engineers partner to foster environmental awareness

    Feb 4, 2015

    Baltimore District Army Corps organized a guided tour of the Paul S. Sarbanes Ecosystem Restoration Project at Poplar Island for a Cub Scout troop on Jan. 25, 2015 as part of the district's ongoing STEM program.

  • Lincoln Assassination Military Tribunal: 150 years later

    Feb 4, 2015

    FORT MCNAIR, Washington, D.C. -- Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall announces a special observance of the 150-year anniversary of the start of the military tribunal of those thought responsible for the plot to assassinate President Abraham Lincoln in 1865.

  • Desert Dweller of the Month: Mojave ground squirrel

    Feb 4, 2015

    Chances are you will never see this extremely secretive member of the squirrel family, but that is all the more reason to be concerned for its future in the Mojave Desert. Unlike most rodents, the Mojave ground squirrel, about 8-9 inches from head to tail, is not particularly sociable during most of the year, only seeking each other out to mate in the early spring.

  • Preserving hidden history on Fort Bragg

    Feb 2, 2015

    FORT BRAGG, N.C. - - From drill and ceremony, to creeds and cadences, history can be found, honored and upheld by Soldiers on a regular basis. While more prevalent military history is found in museums at each installation, Fort Bragg is also home to more than two dozen lesser-known landmarks predating its existence. Spread throughout the main cantonment and training areas of Fort Bragg and Camp Mackall, 26 historic cemeteries and two standing churches remain intact from early settlers of the surrounding area.

  • Coastal risk: Corps of Engineers releases planning guide for future storms, flooding

    Jan 28, 2015

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released a study, Jan. 28, that frames future risks from rising oceans and increasing weather patterns along the areas affected by 2012's Hurricane Sandy.

  • DPW purchases 10 electric cars

    Jan 23, 2015

    USAG Bavaria DPW zooms into the future with clean and efficient utility vehicles.

  • 'Military mom' shares knowledge, skills with local high school students

    Jan 22, 2015

    FORT DRUM, N.Y. -- In a fast-paced, digital world, it's often easy to forget where our food comes from. Fresh food does not originate in a grocery store or a fast-food restaurant; it comes from the earth.

  • Trash is installation's treasure

    Jan 22, 2015

    Fort Leonard Wood surpassed the Department of Defense's goals for diverting waste from landfills in 2014 -- recycling almost half of the waste generated on post and saving the installation more than a million dollars.

  • Fort Jackson bird sightings aid international research

    Jan 22, 2015

    Although it is common to see great egrets on Fort Jackson ponds and lakes, seeing a flock of 60 of these large, all-white, three-foot tall wading birds concentrated on Semmes Lake is unprecedented.

  • EOD Soldiers keep ranges safe

    Jan 22, 2015

    Soldiers with the 82nd Explosive Ordnance Disposal Company are making sure Fort Jackson's ranges are clear of unexploded ordnance.

  • ECOPROFIT: Garrison Wiesbaden again garners recognition from city officials for energy-saving effort

    Jan 21, 2015

  • Fort Drum ornithologist balances habitat protection, training ground obligations

    Jan 15, 2015

    FORT DRUM, N.Y. -- When the golden-winged warbler begins its 2,000- to 3,000-mile flight up from South America in a few weeks, a flock of the petite yellow-crowned songbirds will make a beeline for Fort Drum, where they will sing, breed and forage the low tangled shrublands here under the watchful eye of Jeff Bolsinger, the installation's leading ornithologist.

  • Winter bills can lead to frozen wallet

    Jan 15, 2015

    With the extreme low temperatures covering the Fort Leonard Wood area the last few weeks, many Families may have a big surprise in the mail when those utility bills start to arrive. Being one month into winter, there is still time to get a firm grip on finances and energy usage to help lessen the blow to the wallet.

  • Prescribed burning set to return to Kelley Hill

    Jan 13, 2015

    With January well underway, Fort Benning is in the midst of its peak season for prescribed burning of various areas on post.

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