Civilian Reuse of Former Military Bases. Summary of Completed Military Base Economic Adjustment Projects
PRESIDENT'S ECONOMIC ADJUSTMENT COMMITTEE WASHINGTON DC
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Twenty-nine Years of Military Base Reuse Economic Adjustment 1960- 1990 have resulted in the following Communities nationwide have secured civilian reuse at former Defense bases during the past 29 years 1961-1990 new jobs 158,104 more than replace the loss of former 93,424 DoD civilian jobs at the former bases A number of four-year colleges and post-secondary vocational technical schools or community colleges have an enrollment of 73, 253 students Education uses have been established at the former bases with 25,055 high school vo-tech students and 62,156 vocational trainees in addition to the college enrollments above Forty-two former DoD facilities are being used as Municipal or General Aviation Airports Civilian reuse at the former military bases has been achieved by the local communities The role of the 18 member agencies of the Presidents Economic Adjustment Committee is to help the communities fulfill their local recovery objectives and Communities can recover effectively from base closures.
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