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www.army.mil - September 27, 2011
JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO, Sept. 27, 2011 -- After $3.4 billion in construction and an estimated $8.3 billion in positive economic impact to the city of San Antonio, the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure, or BRAC, recommendations are complete.
Capital Gazette Communications - September 27, 2011, By KIRKLAND J. MURRAY, For The Capital
For more than six years, Anne Arundel County has been talking about the military's Base Realignment and Closure process as a major economic factor and creator of jobs surrounding Fort George G. Meade. As of Sept. 15, BRAC was officially done. The questions remain: Was BRAC the job accelerator we envisioned? Will there be a continuing affect of BRAC on our area? Are there still BRAC jobs out there?
CQ TODAY ONLINE NEWS - September 26, 2011, By Richard E. Cohen, CQ Staff
The Senate moved late Monday to give House Republicans two options to avoid a government shutdown this weekend and put an end to a dispute over offsets to disaster aid money.
GAO-11-814 - September 19, 2011
Camp Pendleton Patch - May 29, 2011, By Maggie Avants
The district has created an advisory committee with the goal of putting a policy in place that will ease transition issues faced by Military families.
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
This Economic Activity Survey presents a summary of the redevelopment efforts of 73 communities impacted by a major closure or realignment decision from past BRAC actions in 1988, 1991, 1993, and 1995.
The Ingleside Index – April 28, 2010
Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Texas) – April 28, 2010
Express-News – April 27, 2010
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