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Fort Devens

Nearly 5,000 jobs have been created, more than double the number of those lost, on the former base.

Fort Drum

Communities surrounding Fort Drum work with the installation to address planning for civilian Wind Energy Projects.

Fort Gillem Army Depot

Over 1,000 people are now employed at Fort Gillem, double the number of jobs lost at closure.

Fort McPherson

The redevelopment of Fort McPherson is on track to replace the nearly 3,000 jobs lost at closure.

Fort Monmouth

Technology and healthcare companies already employ 1,050 people on the former base.

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.

Fort Riley Elementary School

Fort Riley Elementary School builds new 76,445-square-foot facility.

Fort Riley Middle School

Fort Riley Middle School builds new 176,077-square-foot facility.

Fort Sill

Oklahoma communities partner with Fort Sill for successful growth.

Freedom Elementary School

Lawton Public School District constructed a new 210,000-square-foot facility named Freedom Elementary School.

Grand Forks Air Force Base

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

Greenwood Elementary School

Washington’s Clover Park School District constructed a new 70,449-square-foot facility for Greenwood Elementary School.

Grissom Air Reserve Base

Miami County collaborating with Grissom ARB for successful growth at Grisson Aeroplex.

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