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  • Top Air Force leaders address Wurtsmith Water Concerns

    “The Air Force is absolutely committed to the health and safety of our Airmen, their families, and the communities where we serve today and where we served in the past,” said Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Installations, Environment, and Energy, John Henderson, during a visit to the former Wurtsmith Air Force base, here, April 24, 2019. Henderson met with community leaders and residents to discuss the Air Force’s response to drinking water contamination at the former air force base caused by perfluoroctane sulfonate and perfuorooctanic acid, two components of aqueous film forming foam used by the Air Force, and civilian airports, to combat petroleum-based fire.
  • Symposium brings together senior leaders from across the Department of Defense

    his annual symposium, sponsored by the Air Force Civil Engineer Center (AFCEC), brought together senior leaders from across the Department of Defense to share and discuss best practices, and new policies and procedures affecting military design and construction programs. More than 200 military members and civilians were in attendance over the two days, and this number reflects a steady and significant increase over the last few years.
  • Vandenberg flips the switch on new solar array system

    Earlier this month, the Air Force took another step toward its goal of increasing facility use of clean energy by 25 percent by fiscal 2025 at a solar array dedication event at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California.