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Airmen develop FAV concept for rooftop facility condition assessments

Airmen at Ramstein Air Base have developed a value-added concept utilizing facility assessment vehicles, or FAVs, for conducting facility condition assessments on rooftops around the Air Force.

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Airmen develop FAV concept for rooftop facility condition assessments
Combat Center receives environmental award

The Combat Center earned the Secretary of Defense’s Environmental Quality for a Non-Industrial Installation Award, presented by The Honorable Mr. Frank Kendall III, secretary of Acquisition, Technology and Logistics during a video teleconference, Sept. 9, 2016. 

 

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Combat Center receives environmental award
Oceanographer of the Navy Joins World Leaders in Support of Sustainable Fisheries

Oceanographer of the Navy Rear Adm. Tim Gallaudet moderated a panel regarding the sustainment of fisheries around the world's oceans at a conference held today at the State Department attended by President Barack Obama, Secretary of State John Kerry and actor Leonardo DiCaprio. 

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Oceanographer of the Navy Joins World Leaders in Support of Sustainable Fisheries
100-year-old National Park Service's roots go deeper with U.S. Army

This year, the National Park Service celebrates its 100th anniversary. Yellowstone National Park, the world’s first national park established in 1872 by President Ulysses Grant, has close ties to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

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100-year-old National Park Service's roots go deeper with U.S. Army
Breaking down water: Who does that?

When you think about visiting any of the district's 18 lakes, what comes to mind? Boating, fishing, swimming, and camping? Do you ever think about the water pulled from the lake to support the local municipalities? Do you wonder about the quality or how the water is tested to ensure it's safe for humans, plants and animals? (Story by Trisha Dorsey)

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Breaking down water: Who does that?