Environmental News

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NORMANDY, France -- "My grandpa came through on the first of July in 1944," said Sgt. 1st Class Joshua Fulghum, describing his grandfather's participation in Operation Overlord while visiting Omaha Beach in Normandy, France during U.S. Army Europe's Senior Enlisted Staff Ride, which traced the history of the Allied operation to liberate France.
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FORT DRUM, N.Y. (Oct. 29, 2018) -- James LeRay de Chaumont is often referred to as the "Father of the North Country," and was a well-known entrepreneur and philanthropist, a man of vision and sponsor of public improvements.
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WIESBADEN, Germany -- By the end of November, it's going to be a little bit brighter at U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden. That is when the Directorate of Public Works will be finishing a project to replace more than 5,000 light fixtures across the garrison with energy efficient LED lighting.
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CHIÈVRES, Belgium -- October is Energy Action Month. This year's theme is "Energy resilience enables Army readiness."
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Mark Smith and Patrick Holmes may oversee Redstone Arsenal's energy consumption for the Garrison, but everyone has a role to play in ensuring the installation is energy efficient.
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FORT KNOX, Kentucky -- Congressional, Army and Fort Knox leaders are calling the installation's energy resilience test on Oct. 24 a huge success.
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A shift in policy increases consideration of microgrid, CHP and diverse energy initiatives as mission-sustaining technologies.
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U.S. Army Garrison Alaska has a new trick up its sleeve in protecting public safety, health and the environment: a specialized foam-free test trailer.

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