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Defense Infrastructure: Army’s Approach for Acquiring Land is Not Guided by Up-to-Date Strategic Plan or Always Communicated Effectively
Brian J. Lepore (au)
Recently, the Army forecast that it would experience a 4.5-million-acre training land shortfall by 2013 and proposed to purchase additional land adjacent to certain existing training ranges. This report reviewed the Army's approach for acquiring training; it: (1) evaluates the Army's approach to the acquisition of training land; (2) describes the Army's consideration of alternatives and assessment of the environmental and economic effects; and (3) analyzes the Army's effectiveness in communicating its approach for making decisions to pursue these acquisitions. This report focused on all 5 land acquisitions since 2002 at Fort Irwin, Calif.; 3 training sites in Hawaii; and the proposed expansion of the Pinon Canyon Maneuver Site in Colorado. Charts and tables.
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