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Minnesota Guard builds on environmental commitment

The Minnesota National Guard strives to be a steward of the environment with the planning of new buildings to green standards. The recently completed Field Maintenance Shop on the Arden Hills Army Training Site is a perfect example of their focus. The 107,500-square-foot facility was completed mid-November and is one of the largest and most modern maintenance facilities in the country. Currently 6.5 percent of the buildings power is generated by this 40kW solar photovoltaic system with a goal of 7 percent.



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This work, Minnesota Guard builds on environmental commitment [Image 2 of 4], by SSG John Angelo, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:11.20.2013

Date Posted:12.02.2013 10:44

Photo ID:1063934

VIRIN:131120-Z-DE783-008

Resolution:5520x3680

Size:8.23 MB

Location:ARDEN HILLS, MN, USGlobe

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