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Base Visit Book from Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, CA to the BRAC Commission

Description: Base Visit - Base Visit Book from Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, CA to the BRAC Commission. Includes itinerary, base summary sheet, chart, questions, state map and statistics, closure history and any other additional information.
Date: July 12, 2005
Creator: United States. Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Base Visit Book - VIRGINIA - WASHINGTON D.C. / MARYLAND LEASE SPACE prepared for Commissioner Anthony Principi dated 27 May 2005.

Description: Base Visit Book - VIRGINIA - WASHINGTON D.C. / MARYLAND LEASE SPACE prepared for Commissioner Anthony Principi dated 27 May 2005. DoD RECOMMENDATION is to consolidate the Defense Information Systems Agency Establish a joint command, control, communications, computer, intelligence, and surveillance capability at Fort Meade, Maryland. DoD JUSTIFICATION is to: 1) Eliminate 120,000 square feet of leased office space in seven leased facilities located in the National Capital Region. 2) Bring DISA within a military fence-line and out of locations that do not comply with current Force Protection Standards.
Date: June 21, 2005
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Base Visit Book - Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, VA prepared for The Honorable Anthony J. Principi (Chairman) on May 24, 2005

Description: Base Visit Book - Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, VA prepared for The Honorable Anthony J. Principi (Chairman) on May 24, 2005 DOD RECOMMENDATION is to realign Naval Air Station Great Lakes, IL, Sheppard Air Force Base, TX, Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, VA, Naval Medical Center San Diego, CA by relocating basic and specialty enlisted medical training to Fort Sam Houston, TX. DOD JUSTIFICATION is to transform legacy medical infrastructure into a modernized joint operational medicine platform. This recommendation reduces excess capacity within the San Antonio Multi-Service Market (MSM: two or more facilities co-located geographically with "shared" beneficiary population) while maintaining the level of care for the beneficiaries, enhancing opportunities for provider currency, and maintaining surge capacity. Co-locating all (except Aerospace Medicine) medical basic and specialty enlisted training at Fort Sam Houston, TX, with the potential of transitioning to a joint training effort
Date: June 21, 2005
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

103-06A - AF-N -Community Input Air Force - Niagara Falls International Airport Air Guard Station

Description: Niagara Military Affairs Council Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station Military Value of NFARS NFARS Matched with 8 BRAC Criteria MCI/COBRA Models Not Applied Properly USAF Deviations from Approved BRAC criteria Corrected Analysis of Economic Impact Rationale to Overturn the Closure of NFARS
Date: June 21, 2005
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

103-06A - AF7 - Base Input - Air Force - Gen Mitchell International Air Guard Station - WI.pdf

Description: Mission. The mission of the wing is to maintain operational readiness for the airlift of tactical units, airborne units, personnel, supplies, and equipment into prepared or unprepared areas by landing or airdrop. The peacetime and wartime mission of the 440th Airlift Wing is global in scope. During wartime, if mobilized, the 440th would be under the operational control of Air Mobility Command
Date: June 21, 2005
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

103-06A -AF3 -BRAC-Air Force - Maxwell Air Force Base-AL.pdf

Description: A member of a military base closing review panel said Thursday the Department of Defense needs to explain how money is to be saved under its proposal to move computer systems management from Maxwell-Gunter Air Force Base to a Massachusetts base. Grand Forks Air Force Base and Fargo's 1 19th Air National Guard Fighter Wing will play a "substantial" role in the Air Force's plans to use unmanned aerial vehicles, base retention leaders said Thursday.
Date: June 21, 2005
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department