This one page summary describes the intent, objectives, and planning process of the 2008 DoD Historic Building Conference, held Jun 16-20 in Kansas City, MO.
This one page summary describes a project created to develop a historic context and database that will provide tools for understanding and appreciating the complexities of Texas military past, and assist with managing military cultural resources.
A summary slideshow presentation, explaining the content, organization, and progress of DoDs 2006 Historic Real Property Inventory data.
Susan Barnes, Vice Chair, Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
Jon C. Smith, Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer
Maureen Sullivan, DoD Federal Preservation Officer
Published 2008, this report examines the history and development of the U.S. Army Reserve. Rather than focusing on operational activities, this study tells the story of the Army Reserve through the buildings and facilities associated with training activities at Army Reserve Centers throughout the nation. Such information is important because it supports the Army Reserve's efforts to comply with the NHPA.
This one page summary describes a project created provide the USAR with a baseline of knowledge and research that can be utilized extensively throughout USAR. The context study will provide improved uniformity in National Register determinations and enhance the potential for integration of cultural and natural resources programs. As a primary source of information and guidance for future Section 106 and Section 110 compliance, the context study will encourage higher standards of historic property stewardship. A nationwide context will draw upon existing research and combine it into a cohesive document that can be used to facilitate future compliance documentation.
Joan Sigler, Project Manager, DoD Office of Economic Adjustment
Inventories of Historic Buildings and Structures on California Military Installations
The History and Historic Resources of the Military in California, 1769-1989
Historic Context: Themes, Property Types, and Registration Requirements
This one page summary describes a workshop in February 2006 that gathered to develop strategies for more efficient and consistent management of Air Force Cold War resources. Workshop participants focused on four topics: (1) what Cold War resources exist; (2) how and where to store and share data on these resources; (3) how to consistently manage these resources; and (4) how to get executive-level support to apply the workshop recommendations across DoD.
While POW camps took several forms, including both permanent and temporary encampments, a significant number were incorporated into military installations. As a result, a number of current Department of Defense (DoD) installations include the locations of former POW camps. Many of these camps exist only in ruins or in installation records; others consist of extant buildings, POW cemeteries, and POW-constructed landscape features.
The Design Guidelines provides sound guidance and the necessary tools for individuals to facilitate the Section 106 review process of the NHPA (36CRF800) through the avoidance of adverse effects to historic buildings and districts; and to assist the CRMs in consultations with SHPOs.
This one page summary describes the Design Guidelines project, created to provide sound guidance and the necessary tools for individuals to facilitate the Section 106 Review process of the NHPA (36CFR800) through the avoidance of adverse effects to historic buildings and districts; and to assist Cultural Resources Managers (CRMs) in consultations with State Historic Preservation Offices (SHPO).
Published in 2008, provides a DoD-wide context and history of necessary installation support facilities, including hospitals, exchanges, commissaries, post offices, service clubs, theaters, chapels, physical fitness centers, and libraries. This report focuses on three main topic areas: hospitals, chapels, and theaters. The chapels and theaters products of the study are in flash media. The hospitals portion is a text-based product and covers the development of military hospitals from the Revolutionary War to present.
Brian Michael Lione, Deputy Federal Preservation Officer, Department of Defense
The project objective was to create a guide that would provide several resources useful for those responsible for evaluating or managing military buildings constructed from 1950-1975. These resources included a historic context for Modernism in the DoD, National Register eligibility guidance on evaluating military buildings associated with architectural Modernism, and lists of resources helpful for obtaining information on military buildings dating to the 1950-1975 years.
Published in 2009, this context identifies the rural industry property types associated with the Sand Hills region, reviews the attributes associated with each, considers each property type or class as identified at the various DoD installations and reviews the significant studies of each, reviews their physiographic distribution, and considers the research attributes of each class of properties. Recommendations for the future management, interpretation, and NRHP evaluation of rural industry properties are provided in the concluding chapter.
Maureen Sullivan, Federal Preservation Officer, Department of Defense
Sharon Park, FAIA, Chief, Technical Preservation Services, National Park Service
Sharon Park, FAIA, Chief, Technical Preservation Services, National Park Service
Published in 2011, this report comprises a historic context that explores the history of aviation and hangar development in the Reserves and National Guard. This historic context provides a framework and apparatus that the National Guard and Reserves can utilize in the National Register of Historic Places eligibility process.
Contains more information on this project effort.
on Historic Preservation Endorsing Program Comments for Navy and Air Force Capehart and Wherry Housing, August 1, 2003. Letter contains correspondence from the Navy and the Air Force to Chairman Nau concerning Program Comments.
March 17, 2006. Memo contains remarks made by Chairman Nau and Colonel Wendy Martinson, Commander, US Army Garrison Fort Sam Houston, Texas, at the Army Alternate Procedures Signing Ceremony on March 17, 2006.
Regarding implementation of Program Comments for Ammunition Storage Facilities and Unaccompanied Personnel Housing; February 1, 2007.
transmitting the signed Program Comments for Ammunition Storage Facilities and Unaccompanied Personnel Housing; August 23, 2006.
Transmitting the signed Program Comments for Ammunition Storage Facilities and Unaccompanied Personnel Housing; August 23, 2006.
Summary sheet describing a Legacy project that develops a baseline historic context examining the role of the National Guard in the civil rights movement and secondly, to provide a process by which to survey, interpret, and evaluate related National Guard properties for historical significance within that context.
Notice of Army Adoption of Program Comments for Cold War Era (1946 - 1974) Unaccompanied Personnel Housing, World War II and Cold War Era (1939 - 1974) Ammunition Storage Facilities, and World War II and Cold War Era (1939 - 1974) Army Ammunition Production Facilities and Plants from the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, and Notice of Availability of Final Environmental Assessment and Finding of No Significant Impact, May 21, 2007.
Paul Lumley, Senior Tribal Liaison, Department of Defense
Cherilyn Widell, Principal, Historic Preservation, HNTB Corporation
This pamphlet will provide a basic understanding for qualified program managers, technical and procurements staffs in DoD with a set guidelines for whole-building recycling, and reuse of historic materials. The pamphlet is meant to be used as a supplement to the Procurement Guidelines booklet. The new guidelines will provide information that will assisted in DoD installations Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution process.
On November 14, 2008, the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation issued Program Comments, pursuant to 36 CFR 800.14(e), to DoD setting forth how it will comply with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act when rehabilitating exterior building elements that are character-defining features of historic properties.
July 7, 1986 with May 1, 1991 amendments
Brian Lione, Contractor ODUSD(I and E)
Published in 2011, this Regional Cold War History for Guam and the CNMI presents a framework for determining National Register of Historic Places eligibility within a definitive context. This history is a means to more evenly and expediently evaluate resources from the U.S. military response during the Cold War period of significance.
Public brochure developed on training that occurred on Ft Bliss under the Safeguard Missile Program as part of the mitigation for renovation of missile training building as a battlefield simulation facility.
The Architecture of the Department of Defense: A Military Style Guide attempts to chronicle the evolution of military architectural styles and provides guidance for their identification, therefore promoting the stewardship of DoD's historic architecture while supporting the military's mission.
This study examines the history and evolution of the built environment of Cold War era servicewomen. The objective is to provide an historic context to be used in identifying and evaluating aspects of historic buildings, landscapes, and properties associated with Cold War Era servicewomen that may be eligible as historic properties under the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 (NHPA), as amended.
PREPARATION OF LIME AND CEMENT-AMENDED MORTARS
PREPARATION OF LIME- OR PORTLAND-BASED STUCCO
REPAIR OF HISTORIC STUCCO
IDENTIFYING MASONRY TYPES AND FAILURES
REMOVAL OF MORTAR JOINTS AND REPOINTING
Public brochure prepared in part to mitigate for Criterion A and B the loss of the Coe Home Ranch due to road straightening on Ft Bliss, TX
This Visual Guide is intended to provide the user with the ability to recognize and define steel, corrugated wire glass, and glass block windows as character-defining features in early to mid-twentieth-century historic buildings.
This historic context discusses the development and construction of ammunition and explosive storage facilities during the Cold War.