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Fort Monroe

Over 100% of civilian jobs lost have been replaced at the former fort.

Fort Ord

Employment on the site of the former fort is at 176% of jobs lost upon base closure.

Fort Pickett

With 251 employees – more than at base closure – the site is a successful mixed-use development.

Grand Forks Air Force Base

The new technology park on the former Air Force Base employs 65 people.

Kelly Air Force Base

Site redevelopment has more than replaced the civilian jobs lost from the realignment of Kelly Air Force Base.

Lone Star Army Ammunition Plant and Red River Army Depot

The TexAmericas Center continues to aggressively redevelop over 9,000 acres in East Texas.

Loring Air Force Base

The Loring Development Authority is developing a commercial, industrial and aviation park.

Lowry Air Force Base

Former Lowry Air Force Base is now a premier Denver neighborhood, generating 8,000 jobs.

Marine Corps Air Station Tustin

With retail, residences, parks and offices, the redeveloped site employs 10 times more civilians than at base closure.

Mather Air Force Base

Mather Commerce Center is thriving with over 60 businesses and 6,600 employees.

McClellan Air Force Base

The redeveloped McClellan Business Park employs almost twice as many as the base did at closure.

Naval Station Pascagoula

The Jackson County Port Authority continues to redevelop Singing River Island.

Naval Training Center San Diego

With 5,183 jobs, Liberty Station employs 13 times more people than the NTC did when it closed.

Naval Training Center/Naval Hospital Orlando

The base has been transformed into an award-winning, mixed-use community.

Navy Supply Corps School

The site is now home to the Health Sciences Campus, with 200 positions--12 more than at closure.

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