By Neal SnyderJuly 9, 2009
U.S. Army Environmental Command
The Armed Forces' premier environmental organization sustaining military readiness and communities.
Lead and execute environmental programs and provide environmental expertise that enables Army training, operations, acquisition and sustainable military communities.
Our Focus Areas
* Sustainable installations, communities and military operations
* Installation Management Command environmental staff support
* Active sites and Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) cleanup
* Environmental planning for BRAC, modularity, global defense posture, restationing and growth of the Army
* Environmental reporting and information management
* Weapons system acquisition support
* Environmental technology transfer
* Environmental legislative and regulatory analysis
* Business transformation
U.S. Army Corps of Engineeers Environment
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers environmental programs fall under the umbrella of the Environmental Community of Practice, which provides the public with a central access to news and information about the environment. The Corps supports or manages numerous environmental initiatives including Ecosystem Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites, Environmental Stewardship, support to EPA Superfund and Brownfields programs, Abandoned Mine Lands, Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program, Base Realignment and Closure 2005, and
Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Environment, Safety and Occupational Health
The office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Environment, Safety and Occupational Health (DASA-ESOH) provides policy, programming and oversight of the Army's ESOH programs. Additionally, DASA-ESOH serves as the Executive Agent for several DoD programs.
Army Environmental Policy Insitute
AEPI assists the Army Secretariat in developing policies and strategies to improve or resolve environmental policy issues that may have significant short or long-term impacts on the Army. Since environmental issues continue to emerge as our knowledge and technology develop, AEPI constantly scans for and assesses future environmental challenges and opportunities for the Army.
U.S. Army Engineer School Directorate of Environmental Integration (AKO account required)