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Sea turtles hatch on Tyndall beaches

Turtle hatching season is in full swing, and environmental specialists from the 325th Civil Engineer Squadron have begun to search sea turtle nests on Tyndall beaches for emerging baby turtles. (Story by Airman 1st Class Cody R. Miller)

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Sea turtles hatch on Tyndall beaches
Water Dogs quench thirst

Water treatment specialists, colloquially referred to as “Water Dogs,” have expertise in drawing water from environmental sources, filtrating, and distributing treated water for multiple uses. (Story by Spc. Christopher Hernandez)

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Water Dogs quench thirst
Corps program promotes green cleanups

In an effort to reduce the environmental footprint of field work at Formerly Used Defense Sites (FUDS), the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District has embraced the Green and Sustainable Remediation (GSR) initiative--a pilot program designed to encourage contractors to be more environmentally conscious. (Story by Katie Newton)

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Corps program promotes green cleanups
Let There Be Light: Army Reserve Honored for Energy Efficiency Projects

The U.S. Army Reserve's 9th Mission Support Command (MSC) and 99th Regional Support Command (RSC) have garnered accolades from the United States Department of Energy (DOE) 2016 Interior Lighting Campaign (ILC) Awards. (Story by Jonelle Kimbrough)

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Let There Be Light: Army Reserve Honored for Energy Efficiency Projects
Pax River, REPI partner with Delaware to preserve land for conservation, mission readiness

The Navy recently closed on its first conservation easement in Delaware on the Cod Creek Property in Sussex County. To mark the first land acquisition in Delaware executed with the help of Navy Readiness and Environmental Protection Integration (REPI) funding, the Chesapeake Conservancy hosted a gathering at Phillips Landing Park in Laurel, Delaware Aug. 9. (Story by Patrick Gordon)

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Pax River, REPI partner with Delaware to preserve land for conservation, mission readiness