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Reuse Examples - Military or Other Federal Use

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Fort Devens-Sudbury Training Annex: Several agencies, including the US Fish and Wildlife Service, FEMA, and the US Air Force use the Fort Devens- Sudbury Training Annex site in Sudbury, Massachusetts for ecological, recreational, public services and federal purposes.

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Longhorn Army Ammunition Plant: Approximately 7,000 of the 8,490 acres of the Longhorn Army Ammunition Plant site have been transferred to US Fish and Wildlife jurisdiction as part of the Caddo Lake National Wildlife Refuge.

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Rocky Mountain Arsenal: The new Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center constructed on the Rocky Mountain Arsenal site utilized green construction techniques, including recycled pavement and reflective roofing materials to reduce the need for air conditioning.

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Treasure Island Naval Station - Hunters Point Annex: Since the late1980s, the buildings on the Treasure Island Naval Station - Hunters Point Annex site have been home to the San Francisco Police Department crime lab as well as a large community of artists.

Military or other Federal reuse of formerly contaminated properties refers to site use to support the Federal government in Federal agency operations, training, research, or other service. Military use includes activities to support military or national security purpses. Other federal includes reuse activities for purposes other than national security.

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