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The "Home of the Blue" campaign is a Year of the Air Force Family initiative showcasing the successes and benefits of the housing privatization program that contributes to the quality of life for Airmen and their families. (U.S. Air Force graphic) 'Home of the Blue' campaign showcases privatized military family housing
With an average of more than 500 new or renovated homes entering the privatized housing inventory each month, the Air Force goal of creating quality homes and thriving communities for Airmen and their families is well under way. Now officials at the Air Force Center for Engineering and the Environment are launching an information campaign to
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2010
Default Air Force Logo Vandenberg AFB and space authority partner to bring cosmos to California
The birthplace of the Air Force rocket program could soon serve as a launch pad for an interactive museum designed to inspire visitors to reach for the stars.The Air Force is partnering with the California Space Center to develop a museum on 71 acres of non-excess land at Vandenberg AFB, Califorina.The proposed Space Center, planned under the Air
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2010
About 80-85 percent of an airplane is recyclable. Photo credit: Photo courtesy of ARC – Doug Scroggins Green Businesses Sprouting at Closed Former California Air Force Bases
It may be counterintuitive to think of EPA Superfund sites as hotbeds of green technology. But as the Air Force Real Property Agency -- responsible for buying, selling and managing Air Force property worldwide -- continues cleaning, restoring and transferring property to the community, the former bases are attracting more clean, green businesses by
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2010
Steve Mayer, Air Force BRAC Environmental Coordinator at the former McClellan AFB, surveys demolition inside a former military building at McClellan, as it’s being readied for the next tenant, a manufacturer of solar equipment.  Two items of concern in demolition are lead paint and asbestos, he explained. National Engineers Week - Profile of Steve Mayer
"When people think of being an engineer in the Air Force, they generally think of airplanes. They may not recognize all the vast fields of possibility in the Air Force. This is true throughout the DoD - not just the Air Force," according to Steve Mayer, the Base Realignment And Closure Environmental Coordinator (BEC) at the former McClellan Air
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2010
Phil Mook, the Senior Representative for the Air Force Real Property Agency’s Western Region Execution Center at the former McClellan AFB , CA is interviewed by a local newscaster about base closure issues.  He is the top manager for the cleanup and transfer of more than seven major military bases in California and Arizona. National Engineers Week - Profile of Phil Mook
Phil Mook is the Senior Air Force Representative for the Air Force Real Property Agency's Western Region Execution Center at McClellan, California. He is responsible for environmental remediation of contaminated sites, protecting and maintaining facilities and disposing of excess Air Force property at seven former Air Force bases in California and
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