2011 Secretary of Defense Environmental Awards

Guidance

2011 SECDEF Environmental Awards Request for Nominations and Guidance (PDF)

Winners

DoD Announces Winners of the 2011 Secretary of Defense Environmental Awards (PDF)

15 April 2011 - The Department of Defense has announced the winners of the 2011 Secretary of Defense Environmental Awards. A panel of judges representing federal and state agencies, academia, and the public has selected the following installations, teams, and individuals as the winners of this year's awards
 

2011 (FY 2010) Secretary of Defense Environmental Awards Brochure (PDF)

Natural Resources Conservation, Large Installation

Eglin Air Force Base, Florida (PDF)

Winner
 

Fort Drum Military Installation, New York (PDF)

Environmental Quality, Industrial Installation

Defense Supply Center Richmond (PDF)

Winner
 

Tobyhanna Army Depot (PDF)

Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point (PDF)

Robins Air Force Base (PDF)

Environmental Quality, Overseas Installation

U.S. Army Garrison Grafenwoehr, Germany (PDF)

Winner
 

718th Civil Engineer Squadroon, Kadena Air Base, Okinawa, Japan (PDF)

Sustainability, Non-Industrial Installation

Joint Base Lewis-McChord (PDF)

Winner
 

10th Air Base Wing, Air Force Academy (PDF)

Sustainability, Individual/Team

The Exchange (PDF)

Winner
 

1st Special Operations, Civil Engineer Squadron, Hurlburt Field (PDF)

Defense Logistics Agency, Logistics Operations, Supply Chain Sustainability and Hazardous Material Minimization Team (PDF)

Environmental Restoration, Installation

Cape Canaveral Air Force Station (PDF)

Winner
 

Manning Point (Jago River) Formerly Used Defense Site (PDF)

Defense Supply Center Richmond (PDF)

Cultural Resources Management, Installation

88th Air Base Wing, Civil Engineering Directorate, Environmental Branch, Wright Patterson Air Force Base (PDF)

Winner
 

Fort Bliss Military Installations, Texas (PDF)

Naval Air Station Fallon, Nevada (PDF)

Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton (PDF)

Defense Supply Center Richmond (PDF)

Cultural Resources Management, Individual/Team

Eglin Air Force Base, Florida (PDF)

Winner
 

Chantal McKenzie, Texas Army National Guard (PDF)

Environmental Excellence in Weapon System Acquisition, Small Program

Sustainable Painting Operations for the Total Army Program (PDF)

Winner
 

Battle Force Tactical Trainer In-Service Engineering Agent Design Team (PDF)

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