National Defense Industrial Association
June 10-13, 2013 - New Orleans, Louisiana

Range Sustainment 

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Range Sustainment

The following presentations were given within the Range Sustainment Track. Click on a specific day below, or scroll to browse through each day. Click on the abstract number to view the PowerPoint presentation. If the PowerPoint was not approved for posting, the abstract submitted is linked to the abstract number.

Monday, June 14, 2010
Wednesday, June 16, 2010 AM
Wednesday, June 16, 2010 PM
Thursday, June 17, 2010 AM
Thursday, June 17, 2010 PM

Monday, June 14, 2010
Range Sustainment
1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Room 404

10187 - Solutions to Unique Challenges in Sustaining the Navy’s Readiness at San Clemente Island Ranges
Mr. Joseph Skibinski, SAIC

9750 - Assessing Military Use of Training Areas and Land Condition Using a Geographic Information System at Fort Hunter Liggett, California
Mr. Arthur Hazebrook, Parsons

10012 - Engaging Host Nations on Military Training Sustainability
Ms. Katarzyna Chelkowska-Risley, U.S. European Command
Ms. Ninette Sadusky, OSD(I&E)
Mr. Jeffrey Andrews, U.S. Army Europe, Joint Multinational Training Command
Mr. David Green, Booz Allen Hamilton

Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Readiness
8:00 am - 11:30 am
Room 404

9904 - Army Progress on Operational Range Assessments
Mr. Michael Kelly, ACSIM

9868 - Encroachment Management: Proven Methodology for Evaluating Encroachment Issues at DoD Installations and Providing Communications/Outreach Strategies that Promote Active Engagement and Issue Resolution
Ms. Jennifer Graham, Marstel-Day

9854 - Conducting the Army’s Operational Range Assessment Program Phase II, Quantitative Assessments – Pilot Studies and Program Kickoff
Ms. Andrea Graham, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

9988 - Management of Shooting Range Contaminations and Ammunition in the Norwegian Defence Sector by a Database System
Dr. Trine Reistad, The Norwegian Defence Research Establishment

9710 - Ecosystem Banking Best Practices
Ms. Elizabeth Keysar, CTC

9738 - Partnering with Stakeholders to Ensure a Successful Munitions Response Remedial Investigation at Fort Monroe, Virginia
Mr. Timothy Reese, EA Engineering, Science and Technology, Inc.

Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Readiness
1:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Room 404

9746 - Streamlining U.S. Army Military Installation Map (MIM) Production: From Concept to Doorstep
Mr. Greg Edmonds, Parsons

9672 - USAREUR Sustainable Range Program – Training Support and the Environment
Mr. Jeffrey Andrews, U.S. Army Europe, ITAM Program

9744 - Using GIS to Help Support and Sustain U.S. Army Ranges: A Regional Approach
Mr. Robert Maple, Parsons

9751 - Regional Range Integrators – An Integral Resource for the Army’s Range Development and Sustainment Process
Mr. Stephen Krivitsky, Parsons

9837 - Scenario-based Studies as a Complement to Military Planning Processes
Dr. John Thomas, Desert Research Institute

9838 - Scenario-based Studies for Promoting Military Range Sustainment
Dr. David Mouat, Desert Research Institute

Thursday, June 17, 2010
Range Sustainment
8:00 am - 11:30 am
Room 404

9709 - Extending Installation Sustainability Beyond the Fenceline
Ms. Elizabeth Keysar, CTC

9871 - Practitioner’s Toolkit for Engaging with Stakeholders
Ms. Janette Lostracco, Marstel-Day, LLC

9870 - Sustainability as a Force Multiplier in the U.S. Army
Dr. Tom Lillie, Army Environmental Policy Institute

10029 - MACS-2 Range Historic Data Analysis for Fort Hood
Mr. Kevin Kennedy, Chemical Compliance Systems, Inc.

9756 - Sustainable Military Training in Protected Ecological Areas in Italy
Maj Vincenzo Mauro, Logistic Command of Italian Army

Thursday, June 17, 2010
Readiness
12:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Room 404

9773 - In Place Materials for Sustainable Management of Energetic Compounds at Live Fire Ranges
Dr. Mark Fuller, Shaw Environmental, Inc.

9840 - Comparison of methods in scenario-based studies of the Southwest Range Complex
Dr. Allan Shearer, University of Texas at Austin

10027 - MACS-2 Range Historic Data Analysis for Fort Hood
Mr. Kevin Kennedy, Chemical Compliance Systems, Inc.

10015 - Engaging Host Nations on Military Training Sustainability
Ms. Katarzyna Chelkowska-Risley, U.S. European Command
Ms. Ninette Sadusky, OSD(I&E)
Mr. Jeffrey Andrews, U.S. Army Europe, Joint Multinational Training Command
Mr. David Green, Booz Allen Hamilton

9852 - Innovative Range Management / Scrap Sorting System
Mr. Paul Ihrke, PIKA International, Inc.

9820 - Range Complex Master Plan Tool (RCMP-T)
Mr. Shon Doseck, Pangaea Information Technologies

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