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Fairbanks Growth Management Plan

New airbase improvement initiative for Alaskan Growth Management Plan.

Fitzsimons Army Medical Center

The redeveloped site now employs 23,000 people, 14 times the number of civilians employed at base closure.

Fort Belvoir Community Hospital

New road construction project improves access to Fort Belvoir Community Hospital.

Fort Belvoir Elementary School (Upper School)

Fairfax County Public Schools builds new 95,341-square-foot facility to serve education needs of military dependents in Virginia

Fort Benjamin Harrison

With 7,000 new jobs – far surpassing the 1,050 lost at closure – the redeveloped Fort is thriving.

Fort Bragg

North Carolina counties support the mission at Ft. Bragg by understanding civilian growth impacts.

Fort Chaffee

Redevelopment has brought 3,500 new jobs, replacing the 146 civilian jobs lost at closure.

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 Gordon

Fort Gordon communities work to address development in areas surrounding installation.

Fort Hood

Killeen, Texas and Ft. Hood continue collaborating on compatible growth issues for mutual success.

Fort Jackson/McEntire

Columbia and other communities work together with Forts Jackson/McEntire on growth issues.

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.



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