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Default Air Force Logo C-17 conducts flight test with biofuel
The Air Force's ongoing alternative fuels certification efforts reached a new milestone Aug. 27 when a C-17 Globemaster III from here flew on all engines using jet fuel blended with a combination of traditional petroleum-based fuel, or JP-8, biofuel derived in part from animal fat, and synthetic fuel derived from coal.The 418th Flight Test Squadron
0 9/07
2010
At the ADC Summer Conference in San Francisco, CA, Air Force team members gather at their booth where they met with more than 500 people from defense communities to discuss issues such as how they are delivering a greener future across America (L to R: Brian Sytsma, Paul Carroll, Jeff Domm, Terry Yonkers, Jim Holland, Frank Smolinsky, Steve Termaath, Michael Dennison, Susan Wolbarst, Blanca Paredes, and Linda Geissinger).
Summer Conference Showcases Air Force Commitment to Communities
Air Force Real Property Agency teamed up with the Air Force Installations office at the Association of Defense Communities Annual Conference on Aug 8-11 to meet with communities from across the nation. This year's theme, "Transforming Communities, Creating a Sustainable Future," was highlighted in the Air Force booth visited by more than 500 ADC
0 9/03
2010
Larry Kelley, president of McClellan Business Park, provides remarks Aug. 12, during a ceremony to transfer some 560 acres of the former McClellan AFB in Sacramento, Calif., to Sacramento County officials. Those officials estimate that when fully developed the business park will host some 35,000 jobs and generate millions of dollars in tax revenue. (Photo by Tim Huynh)
Innovation Pays off at McClellan Business Park
Today, the Air Force and Sacramento County, together with McClellan Business Park and environmental regulators celebrated the largest property transfer to date at the former McClellan Air Force Base, Sacramento, CA.Congresswoman Doris Matsui (D-Sacramento) and Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Installations, Environment and Logistics, Mr.
0 9/03
2010
Deicing in cold climates creates a considerable waste stream. Recycling measures such as those implemented at General Mitchell International Airport help reduce contamination.
Former General Mitchell ARS Going Green
One of the fastest-growing airports in the U.S. just got bigger - and greener. General Mitchell International Airport (GMIA) -- offering nonstop service to 40 cities "...has emerged as one of the USA's fast-growing airports by becoming a flashpoint for discount competition," according to a February 2010 article in USA Today. The airport hosts
0 9/03
2010
Default Air Force Logo Officials moving forward with cleanup at Tyndall
Air Force officials announced plans to continue with environmental cleanup efforts in place at Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla. Terry Yonkers, the assistant secretary of the Air Force for Installations, Environment and Logistics, directed that the work move forward expeditiously and within the framework established by the Defense Environment
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2010
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