U.S. military base closings and realignments

a brief bibliography
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Military bases, American -- Bibliogr
Other titlesUS military base closings and realignments.
StatementAlva W. Stewart.
SeriesPublic administration series--bibliography,, P 2687
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LC ClassificationsMLCM 92/01247 (Z)
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Pagination9 p. ;
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ISBN 10079200227X
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Base Closure and Realignment Act ofestablishing an independent commission known as the Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission which met only during calendar years, and The purpose of the Commission was to ensure a timely, independent, and fair process for closing and realigning U.S.

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military base infrastructure as well as primary documents are included to help students understand the BRAC Commission process between Ideal for high school, undergraduate, and graduate students, this comprehensive handbook is the only complete reference guide to military base closings.

Taking stock of the Army's base realignment and closure selection process / William Hix. "MR" Includes bibliographical references. ISBN 1. Military bases, American. Military base closures—United States—Decision making.

United States. Army—Facilities. Title. UAA2.H 'dc21 BRAC is the process by which DoD closes or realigns bases using an outside commission and an all-or-nothing list of facilities. The process began at the end of the Cold War when, U.S.

military base closings and realignments book the demise of the Soviet Union and the subsequent 40 percent cut to U.S. military forces, there was a.

Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) is a process by a United States federal government commission to increase United States Department of Defense efficiency by planning the end of the Cold War realignment and closure of military than installations have been closed in five BRAC rounds:, and These five BRAC rounds constitute a combined.

Bergstrom Air Force Base: Austin: BRAC 2: US Air Force: Carswell Air Force Base: Fort Worth: BRAC 2: US Air Force: Dallas Naval Air Station: Dallas: BRAC 3: US Navy: Kelly Air Force Base: San Antonio: BRAC 4: US Air Force: Lone Star Army Ammunition Plant: Texarkana: NPL/BRAC: Final: 5: US Army: Red River Army Depot: Texarkana: BRAC 4: US Army.

Taking Stock of the Army's Base Realignment and Closure Selection Process. The Army has been doing its part to help downsize the defense establishment, closing 23 major installations in the four rounds of base closures and realignments, closing many more minor installations, and.

President Donald Trump’s Pentagon spending plan for sent to lawmakers on Tuesday includes a new round of base realignments and closures, a proposal that the Defense Department contends. The last base realignment, initiated inwas the largest and costliest, resulting in the closure of about two dozen major military installations across the United States and the restructuring of dozens more.

Other base realignment rounds occurred in, and The U.S. Army would save up to $5 billion from a new round of base closures, senior Army officials told lawmakers Tuesday.

Congress Again Roundly Rejects BRAC Proposal. U.S. Military Base Closings and Realignments: A Brief Bibliography (Public administration series--bibliography) Jul 1, by Alva W. Stewart Paperback. Get this from a library. Base closures and realignments: hearing before the Military Installations and Facilities Subcommittee of the Committee on Armed Services, House of Representatives, Ninety-ninth Congress, first session, J [United States.

Congress. House. Committee on Armed Services. Subcommittee on Military Installations and Facilities.]. Defense Base Closure and Realignment Act of 10 U.S.C.

§ US Code – Section Base closures and realignments. This description of the Defense Base Closure and Realignment Act of tracks the language of the U.S. Code, except that, sometimes, we use plain English and that we may refer to the “Act” (meaning Defense Base Closure and Realignment Act of ) rather than to.

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Homeland Security Department (17) Housing and Urban Development Department (9) Immigration and Customs Enforcement (3) Interior Department (19) Internal Revenue Service (8) Justice Department (13) Labor Department (8) National Aeronautics and Space Administration (5) National Background Investigations Bureau (1) National Institutes of Health (2.

fair process for closing and realigning U.S. military installations. The actions to implement the recommendations of the, and Commissions are underwritten from the Base. Alongside the base closings and realignments, the Pentagon also recommended a massive consolidation of the Defense Finance and Accounting Service, which will fold 23 domestic facilities into just.

The four previous BRAC rounds -- in, and - resulted in 97 major closures, 55 major realignments and minor actions, according to DOD figures. Overall, closing and realigning these installations saved taxpayers around $18 billion though fiscal and a further $7 billion per year since, officials said.

Lowry Air Force Base, Colorado: Closed SEP Grissom Air Force Base, Indiana: Closed SEP England Air Force Base, Louisiana: Closed DEC Loring Air Force Base, Maine: Closed SEP Wurtsmith Air Force Base, Michigan: Closed JUN Richards-Gebaur Air Force Base, Missouri: Closed SEP Rickenbacker Air Guard Base, Ohio: Completed SEP Military Base Closures: Estimates of Costs and Savings Summary Approximately 13 years ago, in Decemberthe first military base closure commission recommended the closing and realignment of U.S.

domestic bases and facilities. This action was the consequence of the Department of Defense’s broad reevaluation of its mission in conjunction with the weakening and ultimate collapse of. The Army has been doing its part to help downsize the defense establishment, closing 23 major installations in the four rounds of base closures and realignments, closing many more minor installations, and realigning others.

Nevertheless, many believe that excess installation capacity remains, so more rounds are sure to come. Books; Cartoons; U.S.-Russia Crosstalk With 22 major base closings and 33 major realignments, the BRAC round was predicted to save $ billion over 20 years with costs of.

WASHINGTON, May 3 - The chairman of the independent commission that will review the Pentagon's list of recommended military base closings warned Tuesday that.

It’s been 12 years since the last U.S. military base was closed in the United States. Base realignment and closure, or BRAC, is the Pentagon’s most expedient and efficient tool to generate. 1 10 U.S.C. Section authorizes the Base Realignment and Closing (BRAC) process for military installations at which at least civilian personnel are authorized to be employed, or the realignment of any military installation.

The Pentagon estimates that its base actions, combined with closings and realignments fromandresulted in a net savings to the government of about $18 billion through As many people are, I am concerned about the number of proposed base closings and realignments.

There are an estimatedmilitary and Department of Defense civilian jobs at stake. Moreover, there are hundreds of thousands of private-sector jobs at stake in.

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The proposal calls for a shift of U.S. forces that would result in a net loss of 29, military and civilian jobs at domestic installations. Overall, the plan calls for pullingmilitary and civilian positions out of some U.S.

bases while addingpositions to others. Inthe commission recommended 34 base closings and 48 realignments. The commission recommended an additional bases for closure and 45 for realignment.

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Once military bases have been officially designated for closure, the federal property disposal process is initiated. Gen. Colin L. Powell, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said today that the United States was wasting money on unnecessary military bases and that the Government must be "vicious" in closing.

The Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission held a regional hearing on the list of possible closures and realignments of defense bases.

James M. Inhofe U.S Military Base Closings.The Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission held a regional hearing on additions to the list of possible closures and realignments of defense bases.

Elected officials and community.Base Closure and Realignment Act ofestablishing an independent commission known as the Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission which met only during calendar years, and The purpose of the Commission was to ensure a timely, independent, and fair process for closing and realigning U.S.

military installations.