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DoD Energy, Environment, Safety & Occupational Health News

Piute Ponds feature large variety of birds, wildlife

Amid the high desert landscape that encompasses Edwards is a green oasis that provides a place for wildlife and exotic birds to flourish in peace.

 

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Piute Ponds feature large variety of birds, wildlife
Natural Resources Office Fights War on Giant Salvinia

The Natural Resources Office has waged a war for over three years with an invasive aquatic species on Flag Lake known as Giant Salvinia. Recently, the Natural Resources Office received funding to start the eradication process of this aquatic plant, due to the harm it could have on the Lake’s ecosystem. 

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Natural Resources Office Fights War on Giant Salvinia
Wright-Patt goes to the bees

Hundreds of base personnel and members of the public were buzzing about the same thing at the Wright Brothers Memorial June 21 – Wright-Patterson Air Force Base’s status as the first military installation nationwide to be declared a “Bee City USA.”

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Wright-Patt goes to the bees
AMC pursues fuel efficiency initiatives

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.

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AMC pursues fuel efficiency initiatives
USACE Japan District takes time for employee safety, occupational health

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. 

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USACE Japan District takes time for employee safety, occupational health
Garrison kicks off Green Boot Program

In an effort to conserve energy and minimize impact on the environment, U.S. Army Garrison Italy has implemented the Green Boot Program.

 

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Garrison kicks off Green Boot Program