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Military Installations

Military installations



Air Force Dept. (Defense Dept.), Installations, Environment, and Energy (SAF/IE), Environment, Safety, and Infrastructure,1665 Air Force Pentagon, #4B941, 20330-1665; (703) 697-9297. Fax, (703) 693-7568. Mark A. Correll, Deputy Assistant Secretary. Public Affairs, (703) 697-4936.

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Responsible for policy, governance, and oversight of Air Force environmental compliance, natural and cultural resource management, installation energy, facilities and utilities, and occupational health and safety.

Air Force Dept. (Defense Dept.), Installations, Environment, and Energy (SAF/IE), Installations,1665 Air Force Pentagon, #4B941, 20330-1665; (703) 695-3592. Jennifer Miller, Deputy Assistant Secretary.


Military office that provides management oversight for Air Force installations, including asset management, base closures, military construction, family housing, community and congressional interface, joint use of airfields, ranges, and disposal of real property.

Air Force Dept. (Defense Dept.), Installations, Environment, ...

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