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Compatible Use

Maintaining the military’s ability to carry out their missions is vital to the preservation of national security. However, population growth and urban development near military installations, ranges, or on lands beneath designated military training routes or special use airspace, can impact military test, training, and operations. OEA’s Compatible Use Program can provide an opportunity for continued community development and economic growth, and to maintain the military’s ability to test and train. Open communication, comprehensive community planning, and collaboration can help both parties meet their goals.

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Westover AFB JLUS

Civilian and military leaders evaluated current zoning and development needs in Western Mass.

Wallops Island SCSC JLUS

Civilian and military leaders cooperated in developing a Joint Land Use Study for the region.

Lemoore NAS JLUS

Civilian and military leaders cooperated in developing a Joint Land Use Study for the region.

Fort Drum Compatible Use

Regional and military leaders cooperated in developing a Joint Land Use Study for the area.

Columbus AFB JLUS

Leadership led the development of a Joint Land Use Study to ensure responsible growth.

Greenlief Training Site JLUS

Community and military leaders evaluated community growth needs in the region.

Lackland AFB JLUS

Community and military leaders evaluated community growth.

McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst JB JLUS

Civilian and military leaders cooperated in developing a Joint Land Use Study for the region.

Camp Swift JLUS

Regional leaders evaluated abilities and needs to avoid impacting local military mission.

Fort William Harrison JLUS

Regional leaders evaluated abilities and needs to avoid impacting local military mission.

Klamath Falls ANGB JLUS

Civilian and military leaders cooperated in developing a Joint Land Use Study for the region.

Fort Campbell JLUS

Regional and military leaders sought to review and potentially update a previous JLUS.

Camp Crowder JLUS

Regional leaders evaluated abilities and needs to avoid impacting local military mission.

Fort Sam Houston JLUS

Civilian and military leaders cooperated in developing a Joint Land Use Study for the region.

Kitsap NB JLUS

Community and military leaders evaluated community growth needs in the region.

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