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Executive Correspondence – Letter 08/23/05 to Chairman Principi from Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty

Description: Executive Correspondence – Letter 08/23/05 to Chairman Principi from Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty in support of the position of the Adjutants General Association of the United States (AGAUS) regarding DoD BRAC recommendations pertaining to the ANG. The Governor also states that he remains opposed to using the BRAC process for what amounts to programmatic actions.
Date: August 24, 2005

RH10 - Media Briefing Book Regional Hearing - July 6, 2005 - Boston, MA

Description: TABLE OF CONTENTS A. Media Advisory Naval Air Station Brunswick, ME B. Suggested Talking Points for Installation Visit C. Suggested Qs & As for Installation Visit D. Sampling of Local Media Coverage Relating to BRAC Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, NH E. Suggested Talking Points for Installation Visit F. Suggested Qs & As for Installation Visit G. Sampling of Local Media Coverage Relating to BRAG Otis Air Guard Base, MA H. Suggested Talking Points for Installation Visit I. Suggested Qs & As for Installation Visit J. Sampling of Local Media Coverage Relating to BRAC Submarine Base New London, CT K. Suggested Talking Points for Installation Visit L. Suggested Qs & As for Installation Visit M. Sampling of Local Media Coverage Relating to BRAC
Date: July 22, 2005

Executive Correspondence – Letter dtd 06/22/05 to Chairman Principi from Minnesota Representative James Oberstar

Description: Executive Correspondence – Letter dtd 06/22/05 to Chairman Principi from Minnesota Representative James Oberstar expressing concern that, although the BRAC process is supposed to focus on infrastructure, the 2005 recommendations call for the retirement of the 148th Fighter Wing’s F-16 fighters. The Representative also finds it unusual that the USAF’s Future Total Force (FTF) plan also calls for the retirement of the same aircraft and many jobs in 2007. The Representative wants to know whether BRAC and FTF are in any way connected.
Date: June 29, 2005