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March 6, 2019

Understanding Environmental Remediation On An Air Force Installation

Air Force bases have rich histories that predate legislation describing how hazardous substances should be handled and disposed; and the military mission inherently involves various substances, solvents, fuels and munitions, that make their way into the subsurface and groundwater.

Oct. 10, 2018

President Abraham Lincoln

Lincoln’s deft leadership spanned the course of eight different lead generals and four years of conflict that ultimately led to the preservation of the Union. Lincoln’s leadership resulted in a legacy of innovation and change that still permeates our society today.

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In Memoriam: Colonel W. Hays Parks passed away on 11 May 2021
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Article 6b Representative

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