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  • The Former Brunswick Naval Air Station - Times Record
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    The Former Brunswick Naval Air Station
    Times Record
    The Former Brunswick Naval Air Station. From a Navy Base to a Great New Place. BY STEVEN H. LEVESQUE. In September 2005, as part of the Department of Defense 2005 Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) process, the decision was made to close the Naval A


  • Faces of the Force: Lt. Col. Brietta Larmon - Marines.mil (press release)
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    Marines.mil (press release)

    Faces of the Force: Lt. Col. Brietta Larmon
    Marines.mil (press release)
    "I knew a lot about the Navy because of my dad and because I spent a lot of time on Naval Air Station Brunswick in Maine teaching aerobics during college," Larmon said. "I also worked at a bar in town w


  • Association news - FireEngineering.com
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    Association news
    FireEngineering.com
    Maine Fire Chiefs Elect Dulac President. Chief D. Anthony Dulac, U.S. Naval Air Station, Brunswick, Me., was elected president of the State Association of Fire Chiefs of Maine at their annual meeting at Scar boro, Me., recently. He succeeds Chief ...


  • Brunswick Naval Air Station Reunion to Mark Five Years Since Closure - Military.com
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    Military.com

    Brunswick Naval Air Station Reunion to Mark Five Years Since Closure
    Military.com
    BRUNSWICK, Maine "” Soon after the few remaining Navy officers left Brunswick in May 2011, the formerly thriving air base that employed 5,000 sailors and civilians had shrunk to a quiet ghost town of vacant b


  • Maine hopes to lure Amazon with incentives, state charm - Press Herald
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    Press Herald

    Maine hopes to lure Amazon with incentives, state charm
    Press Herald
    The authority was created by the Maine Legislature to convert the closed Naval Air Station Brunswick to new uses. The proposal hinges on the concept of Amazon anchoring the former station as a high tech business complex.


  • The committee to save nuclear towns is not in session - E&E News
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    E&E News

    The committee to save nuclear towns is not in session
    E&E News
    BRATTLEBORO, Vt. "” Walk down Main Street here, and you'll see a place that looks as healthy as any town in America. There are flower boxes along its tidy sidewalks. There are boutiques, a handful of hip restaurants and bars, and a


  • Base closings 'hot potato' issue again as Pentagon insists new round could save tens of billions - CNBC
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    CNBC

    Base closings 'hot potato' issue again as Pentagon insists new round could save tens of billions
    CNBC
    He also cited the success following the closure of Naval Air Station Brunswick in Maine, part of the 2005 BRAC round. The facility was turned over to civilian use and attracted new companies and d


  • The US Can Save $20 Billion Closing Military Bases, but Congress Stands in the Way - The Fiscal Times
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    The Fiscal Times

    The US Can Save $20 Billion Closing Military Bases, but Congress Stands in the Way
    The Fiscal Times
    He also cited the success following the closure of Naval Air Station Brunswick in Maine, part of the 2005 BRAC round. The facility was turned over to civilian use and attracted new compa


  • Brunswick project will turn waste into renewable energy - Press Herald
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    Press Herald

    Brunswick project will turn waste into renewable energy
    Press Herald
    Energy customers inside the 3,200-acre Brunswick Landing will benefit, too, said Steve Levesque, executive director of the Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority, which manages redevelopment of the former Naval Air Sta


  • Here's a look at every New England city that wants Amazon's new headquarters - The Boston Globe
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    The Boston Globe

    Here's a look at every New England city that wants Amazon's new headquarters
    The Boston Globe
    Plenty of communities around the region are entering the nationwide competition to land Amazon's second headquarters, which the company says will eventually employ up to 50,000 workers. With b