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AFE November/December 2013 : Page 26

AFE MOVES FOR CONGRESS TO SUPPORT VETERAN TRAINING approximately 6,934 family members on base, with a daily base popu-lation of 23,958. Fort Irwin ACAP Center, Building 111, Langford & Goldstone Ave. B Fort Irwin, CA 92130. Phone: 760-470-5644 REGION 7 International Th e U.S. Department of State is a corporate partner with AFE and retains an AFE member in good standing within every U.S. embassy around the world. Seoul, Republic of Korea: United States Army Garrison Yongsan. AFE has had a major certifi cation training facility in Seoul, South Korea for over 10 years, through our Korean Institute of Plant, Engineering and Construction (KIPEC) part-ner. Yongsan ACAP Center, Building 4038, Seoul, Republic of Korea. Phone: 011-822-7918-733, 738-7334 acres, including a main base and off -base family housing in Kittery, Maine. Many of the buildings located at the shipyard are in an historic district, and 50 buildings are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. PNSY has converted two of its four power plant boilers to natural gas, part of an award-winning comprehensive energy management program. Th is project invested millions of dollars to implement a major power plant and utility distribu-tion recapitalization eff ort utilizing an Army Corps of Engineers’ Regional Energy Savings Performance Contract. P ortsmouth Naval Shipyard retired activities Offi ce, Code 866, Building 22, 1000-1400, Portsmouth, NH 03804-5000. Phone: 207-438-1860 REGION 9 Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas Texas: Fort Bliss is the largest U.S. Army training and doctrine command (TRADOC) and the second largest Army installation. Fort Bliss is also adjacent to the Army’s largest missile range at White Sands. Fort Bliss ACAP Center, Build-ing 503A, Room 309, Pershing Road, Fort Bliss, TX 79906. Phone: 915-568-7996 or 915-978-7996 FEJ *Stephen Nicholas is the former national president of the National Air Filtration Association (NAFA); former president of the Boston, Massachusetts chapter of ASHRAE, and currently sits on the AFE board of directors. He is also a lead trainer for the Fort Bragg Initiative in North Carolina. REGION 8 Rhode Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine New Hampshire and Maine: Portsmouth Naval Shipyard (PNSY) is one of four remaining naval shipyards in the nation and is a perfect location for the AFE Certifi ed Plant Maintenance Manager (CPMM) initiative program. PNSY has an active appren-tice and engineer recruitment program and encompasses over 297 INITIATIVE Help our nation’s veterans into a career in facilities management by becoming a corporate sponsor. A tax deductible donation to the AFE foundation can help hundreds of veterans become Certified Plant Maintenance Managers. FORT BRAGG Winter 2013 Facilities Engıneerıng Free to AFE Memb ers ■ $8.00 Non-Member s www.AFE.org Learn. Lead. Influence. J O U R N A L OFFERING MARK OUR MILITARY ETABLE SKILLS TO VETERANS IN THIS ISSUE: ■ An Atypic al Opportunity INITIATIVE : An Energy Con Presents ser vation Adv antage FORT BRAG G THE Call AFE today to find out how you can support our retiring troops. ■ The Free Lunch Algorit hm ■ AFE Offe rs CPMM Tra ining in Malays ia 571-203-7171 26 November/December 2013 ■ Facilities Engineering Journal ■ www.AFE.org

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