Ordnance and Explosives Directorate
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Huntsville Center’s Furnishings Program provided a full-service project-delivery process to furnish the U.S. Army War College’s new Root Hall at Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania. Root Hall is the USAWC’s educational support space and Huntsville Center’s $5 million project provided furniture for the facility.
Huntsville Center’s Furnishings Program provided a full-service project-delivery process to furnish the U.S. Army War College’s new Root Hall at Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania. Root Hall is the USAWC’s educational support space and Huntsville Center’s $5 million project provided furniture for the facility.
Huntsville Center’s Furnishings Program provided a full-service project-delivery process to furnish the U.S. Army War College’s new Root Hall at Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania. Root Hall is the USAWC’s educational support space and Huntsville Center’s $5 million project provided furniture for the facility.
Huntsville Center has a new home at Redstone Arsenal as Col. Sebastien Joly, Huntsville Center commander, was joined by Huntsville Center's most tenured employee, Jennifer Cooke, and the Center's newest employee, Chris Boyett, who helped cut the ribbon signifying the opening of Huntsville Center during a ceremony today in the Center's warehouse.
Arthur Martin III, Huntsville Center Programs Director, welcomes attendees to the Energy Resilience and Conservation Investment Program review at Redstone Arsenal, Dec. 5. A subsection of the Department of Defense-wide Military Construction (MILCON) program, ERCIP specifically funds projects saving energy and water, reducing energy costs, and improving energy resilience and security for federal and military stakeholders.
In October, Laura Riddle, UESC project director, Martha Kiene, Fort Belvoir Power Reliability Enhancement Program Chief, Harry Goradia, HQ USACE engineer, Keith Tyler, HQ USACE resource efficiency manager, and Charles Heimer, Huntsville Center REM, manned an exhibit at the Pentagon during Energy Action Month to bring awareness to available programs that reduce energy cost and consumption.

The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center Huntsville’s Ordnance and Explosives Directorate is the execution arm for the environmental work executed at the Center.  The Directorate is organized into four divisions: Military Munitions Design Center, Chemical/Biological Weapons Material Design Center, Global Operations and Ballistic Missile Defense

Capabilities: Ordnance removal (conventional, chemical, radioactive); Ordnance investigations and environmental studies; Environmental remediation; Training and capacity building; Independent operation capability to include security, logistics, and life support; Ability to reach out to other U.S. Army Corps of Engineers capabilities and assets; Service contract capabilities and in-place contracts for world-wide use; USACE Ballistic Missile Defense Mandatory Center of Expertise (ER 1110-2-8163)

Objectives: Support National Security; Rapid Response expeditionary mindset supporting Department of Defense and US Government Agency operations worldwide with qualified and responsive munitions and environmental support; Independent operation capability includes security, logistics, and life support; Provide DOD, Missile Defense Agency (MDA), and USACE with acquisitions, architect-engineering services to include sustained subject matter experts fully supporting and executing the dynamic missile defense mission; Provide facility guidance in support of MDA Facilities associated with Foreign Military Sales (FMS) cases

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