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Sustainable Contingency Bases: Reducing the Logistical and Environmental Footprint
NATIONAL DEFENSE CENTER FOR ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT JOHNSTOWN PA
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Base Camp An evolving military facility that supports the military operations of a deployed unit and provides the necessary support and services for sustained operations. Outline Approach energy, water, waste, and wastewater focus Characterizing Contingency Bases life cycle phase, size, age, function, location, and materiel flow Applying a System of Systems Framework Baseline Assessment requirements and usage data for energy, power, water, wastewater, and solid waste Technology Roadmap and Technology Demonstrations. Potential GoalsPriorities Reduce the overall operating costs for contingency bases, Reduce the number of supply convoys for contingency bases, Reduce the negative environmental impacts to the host nation from contingency base operations, Reduce the negative impacts to soldier health and safety from contingency base operations, and Reduce the environmental and energy footprint throughout the life cycle of materiel use at contingency bases.
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