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In April 2010, officials from all over the U.S. Army celebrated the turnover of the final construction project as part of Efficient Basing Grafenwoehr, but the work is far from over. With roughly $50 million planned in construction each year through 2015, the garrison and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Europe District continue to work together to deliver quality-of-life improvements for the military community on the Army's largest training post in Europe. (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers motion imagery by Rachel Goodspeed and Jennifer Aldridge / Released)


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This work, Life after Efficient Basing Grafenwoehr: USACE, Army Still Building Strong!, by Rachel Goodspeed, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:08.18.2011

Date Posted:09.14.2011 7:39AM

Category:Package

Video ID:125618

VIRIN:110818-A-MC097-003

Filename:DOD_100241185

Length:00:02:27

Location:GRAFENWOEHR, BW, DE

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