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OEA equips communities with information, procedures, technical, and financial assistance needed.
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OEA works with communities to minimize the consequences of defense impacts.
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OEA’s Compatible Use Program promotes cooperative planning efforts among military installations, ranges and military training corridors and surrounding communities.
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OEA provides growth management planning assistance to State and local governments.
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BRAC Project Highlights
Naval Station Ingleside Electromagnetic Reduction Facility, Texas

Naval Station Ingleside SealNaval Station Ingleside (NSI) was selected for closure under the 2005 round of Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC). The closure involves the reversion of two sites, the main Naval Station site of 576.62 acres (located in the city limits...

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Naval Weapons Station Concord, California

Gate at Naval Weapons Station ConcordThe Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach Concord Detachment consists of approximately 5,170 acres and is located within the City of Concord, California. The city’s (population 129,350) size is approximately 19,923 acres. It is noteworthy...

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Army Reserve Personnel Center, Missouri

Office of Economic Adjustment SealThe St. Louis County Economic Council (SLCEC) is the economic development agency for St. Louis County and serves as the adjustment organization for County installations. SLCEC was selected to organize and lead an initial regional planning...

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Arlington, Virginia, Leased Space

Arlington County, Virginia SealIn response to the Department of Defense vacating leased space in Arlington County, Virginia, the Arlington County Economic Development Commission recommended to the Arlington County Board the formation of a Base Realignment and Closure...

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Fort McPherson, Georgia

Gate at Fort McPhersonThe closure of Fort McPherson, as stipulated by the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) actions, resulted in an estimated loss of 7,123 jobs, (4,303 direct and 2,820 indirect jobs) between 2006 and 2011 in the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta,...

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Onizuka Air Force Station, California

Aerial View of Onizuka Air Force StationThe Onizuka Air Force Station is an 18-acre high-security military communication station with 507,4560 square feet in 33 buildings, including the “Blue Cube,” which housed the space systems operations. Prior to 2005 Base Realignment...

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