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Scott air ops centerýs routing initiative could save millions

Miranda Balentine, assistant secretary of the Air Force for installations, environment and energy, is excited about Airman-powered innovation and believes one significant way forward in reducing the service’s aviation energy demands is through the ingenuity of Airmen. (Story by 1st Lt. Erik Anthony)

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Scott air ops centerýs routing initiative could save millions
Col. Bigelow: partnerships drive environmental restoration on the Great Lakes

Flash back to the Great Lakes of the 1970s and you would see America's industrial might booming across the largest source of fresh water in the world; back then, there was a cost associated with industry and the environment paid the bill. (Story by Andrew Kornacki)

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Col. Bigelow: partnerships drive environmental restoration on the Great Lakes
DON, State of Hawaii, Hawaiian Electric Company Commemorate Agreement to Expand Solar on Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam

The Department of the Navy and Hawaiian Electric Company announced plans today to build a 28 megawatt direct current solar facility at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam (JBPHH), West Loch Annex in Honolulu. (Story From the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Energy, Installations and Environment)

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DON, State of Hawaii, Hawaiian Electric Company Commemorate Agreement to Expand Solar on Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam
Hurlburt Field Recycling Program remains cost productive

With the new curbside pick-up in effect, the Hurlburt Recycling Program will be able to more efficiently support the Hurlburt community with diverting recyclable materials from landfills, while reducing labor costs. (Story from the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Energy, Installations and Environment)

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Hurlburt Field Recycling Program remains cost productive
Savage Buttons Reveal Secrets of Revolutionary War Shipwreck

When the NHHC’s Underwater Archaeology and Conservation Laboratory received over 1,000 artifacts from the Revolutionary War shipwreck assemblage of Royal Savage last summer, conservators recognized that a number of these artifacts were personal effects of the sailors and officers ...(Story by Leah Humenuck)

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Savage Buttons Reveal Secrets of Revolutionary War Shipwreck