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AFE MOVES FOR CONGRESS TO SUPPORT VETERAN TRAINING Anthony J. Stamilio, deputy assistant secretary of the Army and Wayne Saya seek solutions to expand the Fort Bragg Initiative. Photo courtesy of AFE. ACAP Center, 197 Spearhead Div Ave, Suite 112, Fort Knox, Kentucky 40121. Phone: 502-624-2227 or502-624-5222 REGION 3 Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska and Wisconsin Missouri: Fort Leonard Wood (military base) is a U.S. Army installation located in the Missouri Ozarks. In 1999, as part of the Base Realignment and Closure Process, Fort McClellan, Alabama, was closed, and the U.S. Army Chemical Corps and Military Police Corps schools were transferred to Fort Leonard Wood, which was concurrently re-designated a U.S. Army Ma-neuver Support Center. Fort Leonard Wood ACAP Center, 140 Replacement Avenue, MO, 65473-8935. Phone: 573-596-0175 or 573-581-0175 port Center Retired Activities Offi ce, 850 Ticonderoga St. Pearl Harbor, HI 96860-5101. Phone: 808-474-1999 Washington: Joint Base Lewis-McChord combines the U.S. Army Fort Lewis and the U.S. Air Force McChord Air Force Base. With an Army joint base commander and an Air Force deputy joint base commander, the garrison supports the installa-tion through directorates and agencies that provide a full range of city services and quality-of-life functions: everything from facilities maintenance, recreation and family programs to train-ing support and emergency services. Joint Base Lewis-McChord ACAP Center, Building 2013A, Room 103, Pendleton Ave & North 3rd St, Fort Lewis, WA 98433. Phone: 253-967-3258 REGION 5 Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and West Virginia North Carolina: Fort Bragg is the current home and founding location of the Fort Bragg Initiative, and it’s the largest army instal-lation in the world, providing more than 10 percent of the Army’s active component forces. Fort Bragg ACAP Center, Soldier Sup-port Center, Building 4-2843, Room 1-C-F, Normandy Drive Fort Bragg, NC 28310. Phone: 910-396-7188 or 910-396-2227 South Carolina: Joint Base Charleston combines the U.S Air Force Charleston Air force Base and the U.S. Naval Support Activity Charleston, encompassing more than 20,000 active-duty, reserve and civilian personnel, spanning across its Air Base and Weapons REGION 4 Northern and Central California, Hawaii, Nevada, Oregon and Washington Hawaii: Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam is a United States military facility adjacent to Honolulu, Hawaii. It is a combination of Hickum Air Force Base and the Naval Base at Pearl Harbor. Pearl Harbor can accommodate the largest ships in the fl eet, and it includes dry dock services and is home to over 160 commands. Housing, personnel and family support are also provided and are an integral part of the shore side activities, which encompasses both permanent and transient personnel. Fleet and Family Sup-24 November/December 2013 ■ Facilities Engineering Journal ■ www.AFE.org

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