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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
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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Riverbank Army Ammunition Plant, California

Aerial View of Riverbank Army Ammunition PlantBetween 1951 and 2009, Riverbank Army Ammunition Plant (Riverbank AAP) manufactured steel cartridge cases for joint Army and Navy use. Norris Industries (NI) operated the facility as a government-owned and contractor-operated (GOCO)...

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Fort Lawton Army Reserve Complex, Washington

Office of Economic Adjustment SealThe Fort Lawton Army Reserve Complex includes three contiguous United States Army Reserve Centers (USARC), including Second Lieutenant Robert R. Leisy USARC, Captain James R. Harvey USARC, and Fort Lawton USARC (FLARC). Located in...

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Fort Gillem, Georgia

Main Gate at Fort GillemFort Gillem is a 1,427-acre supply depot established in 1941. It consists of 94 buildings, 11 of which are suitable for adaptive reuse by the Local Redevelopment Authority (LRA). The Department of Defense recommended the closure of...

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Naval Air Station Brunswick and Topsham Annex, Maine

Aerial View of NAS BrunswickBase Realignment and Closure (BRAC) 2005 closed Naval Air Station (NAS) Brunswick and Topsham Annex. The former NAS Brunswick main base (closed on May 30, 2011) consisted of 3,407 acres (including the McKeen Street housing site, East...

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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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