Expanding Fort Lewis

Carpenter, Brendalyn; Kramer, Don; Symmonds, Jim; Piek, Joseph; Kaye, Jason
November 2006
Soldiers;Nov2006, Vol. 61 Issue 11, p12
The article focuses on the expansion of a U.S. Army camp in Fort Lewis, Washington. It is expected that the population in the camp will be more than 10,000 soldiers and 15,000 family members. The Installation Management Command is challenged to manage this growth while maintaining standards of living for the post community, preserving the natural resources and environment of the area.


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