From electronic flight bags (EFB) to flight management system modifications, Air Mobility Command Airmen are contributing innovative and cost-saving ways to enhance the command’s fuel efficiency.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Japan District hosted a safety day June 2 inside its headquarters building and at Camp Zama's Community Recreation Center. USACE Japan District employees participated in classes to learn about safety in their work environment and occupational health.
In an effort to conserve energy and minimize impact on the environment, U.S. Army Garrison Italy has implemented the Green Boot Program.
As the nation celebrates the 47th annual Earth Day, Saturday, April 22, the Air Force is re-emphasizing its long-standing commitment to environmental stewardship and encouraging its military and civilian workforce to promote recycling at home and on the job. The Air Force continues to take initiatives to reduce energy intensity, reduce water intensity and increase renewable energy.
About 22 percent of installation facilities across the Army are excess, according to J. Randall Robinson, acting assistant secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy and Environment.
A next generation F-35 coatings application booth at Hill Air Force Base, the first of a series of three planned units, is nearly complete and set to become operational by October 2017. Part of a multi-year, collaborative project with multiple stakeholders from across the Air Force, Department of Defense, government and industry, these facilities will enable safer, cheaper and energy efficient sustainment for the Force’s preeminent fighter now and in the future.