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Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach

Seal Beach and other communities work with the Naval Weapons Station on civilian growth issues.

Navy Supply Corps School

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

Nellis Air Force Base

Counties in Nevada collaborate with Nellis AFB to ensure compatible civilian development.

Newport Chemical Depot

Still in development, the new industrial park supports four companies with more than 100 employees.

Offutt Air Force Base

Omaha and Offutt AFB are studying growth plans to ensure compatibility with military mission.

Onizuka Air Force Station

The former air station is on track to replace more than the 171 civilian jobs lost at closure.

Pease Air Force Base

The former base is now an industrial park with 10,000 employees.

Philadelphia Naval Shipyard and Naval Station

The redeveloped naval shipyard and station host 150 companies with 13,000 employees.

Pinal County

Communities in Pinal County work with neighboring military installations on urban development.

Redstone Arsenal

Huntsville works to ensure new energy development is compatible with local military mission.

Riverbank Army Ammunition Plant

After losing 120 civilian jobs at closure, the site is now home to businesses with 300 employees.

San Antonio Military Medical Center

New road construction project improves access to the San Antonio Military Medical Center.

San Onofre Elementary and Middle School

Fallbrook Union Elementary School District is constructing a new 90,361-square-foot facility.

Scandia Elementary School

California’s Travis Unified Schools undertakes a 58,891-square-foot construction project.

Seymour Johnson Air Force Base and Dare County Bombing Range

North Carolina communities plan growth that is compatible with the missions at installations.

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