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The Washington Post - May 1, 2013, By Brad Plumer
It’s hardly news when a U.S. firm moves its manufacturing operations abroad to China. But what about when a Chinese company sets up a factory in the United States?
Kinston.com - April 19, 2013, By Wes Wolfe
An F-15E Strike Eagle drops through the sky on a low-level training mission and encounters — a wind turbine.
With turbine blades reaching within 8 feet of F-15s on missions out of Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, the proposed Pantego Wind Energy project resulted in a serious risk.
American Forces Press Service - April 12, 2013, By Amaani Lyle
WASHINGTON, April 12, 2013 – The acting deputy undersecretary of defense for installations and environment and his service branch counterparts presented their military construction budget requests to Capitol Hill legislators here today and made a case for another round of base realignment and closure.
The Tampa Tribune - April 10, 2013, By Ted Jackovics
TAMPA - State Rep. Dana Young said Tuesday that a state task force to which she has just been named should be attentive to a potential encroachment issue that could threaten MacDill Air Force Base’s ranking in the next round of base closures.
AL.com - April 3, 2013, By Paul Gattis
MONTGOMERY, Alabama - Several pieces of legislation impacting Madison County are expected to be considered Thursday in the State House, Rep. Mac McCutcheon said tonight.
It includes a bill that would allow local government to assist in funding for upgrades at Redstone Arsenal and another bill that would indefinitely extend Madison County's lodging tax first passed in 2004.
The News Herald - April 3, 2013, By MATTHEW BEATON
TALLAHASSEE— Military bases want a wide berth — plenty of space between them and the outside world — and the Florida Legislature wants to give it to them.
Thus a House panel cleared a bill (HB 7101) that would allow the state to buy non-conservation lands around Florida’s 20 major military installations, helping prevent “encroachment” from the rest of civilization.
The Washington Post - April 1, 2013, By Marjorie Censer
When the new National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency building in Springfield was being built, Dilly's Deli & Grill, a Korean and American restaurant in a squat strip mall, saw plenty of new business as a steady stream of construction workers stopped in for meals.
The New York Times - March 29, 2013, By LIZETTE ALVAREZ
MELBOURNE, Fla. — The day after the shuttle Atlantis landed for the last time at the Kennedy Space Center on July 21, 2011, Angel Telles, a man with three master’s degrees, scooped up his white Mission 101 coffee mug and drove away from NASA after 24 years on the job there. The shuttle era had ended, and with it the jobs of 8,000 NASA and civilian workers who found themselves unemployed in the midst of a harsh economic downturn and a crush of home foreclosures.
UTSanDiego.com - March 28, 2013, By Michael Gardner
SACRAMENTO — Gov. Jerry Brown has selected a number of San Diego leaders to be part of a new team charged with developing strategies to shield California from military budget cuts and base closures while at the same time promoting the state as an ideal location for new defense industry jobs.
Alamogordo Daily News - March 21, 2013, By Janessa Maxilom
Otero County and the city of Alamogordo are in a large Joint Land Usage Study with surrounding counties, cities and military instillations to find out if there are any encroachment issues.
Otero County Manager Pamela Heltner is co-chair of the technical committee that oversees the JLUS project.
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