Lt. Col. Joseph Knott quote
By Lt. Col. Joseph Knott
August 14, 2007 1 / 1 Lt. Col. Joseph Knott, program manager for the Army Compatible Use Buffer Program. The program establishes buffer areas near Army and Army National Guard installations to protect endangered species and natural landscapes and to prevent incompatible development in the vicinity of military installations. The buffers also significantly reduce the impact of encroachment on Soldier training and military-equipment testing. VIEW ORIGINAL
The thousands of acres that the Army and its partners have preserved can never be changed. That's the law. Our grandkids can walk onto that land in the future, and it's going to be the same as it is today.
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