Community Goes on the Offense To Save Navy Base from BRAC

August 2004
Sea Power;Aug2004, Vol. 47 Issue 8, p8
Reports on the efforts of Norco, California residents to prevent the closure of the Corona Division of the Naval Surface Warfare Center as part of the Defense Department's Base Closure and Realignment initiative. Hiring of a lobbyist to influence Pentagon's decision-making process; Claim that the base's skilled civilian employees are not willing to relocate to other U.S. weapon testing centers.


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