Privatized Housing for Unaccompanied Soldiers

Lopez, C. Todd
April 2008
Soldiers;Apr2008, Vol. 63 Issue 4, p18
The article discusses the privatized housing program for soldiers, which is part of the Residential Communities Initiative. According to Ivan Bolden, division chief for initiatives and competitive sourcing, 200 new units have been constructed in Fort Irwin. The author says the U.S. Army is on target to achieve its goal of 88,000 family housing units in 2016.


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