Mission Command Facility

| December 7, 2013 | 0 Comments
FORT SHAFTER — Lise Ditzel-Ma (left), project manager for the new Mission Command Facility, displays the breakdown of phases for construction during a tour of the facility, here, recently. The project has four phases and is currently in phase one. Once the facility is complete, U.S. Army-Pacific Headquarters will be consolidated into one facility that will have up-to-date security and computer technology. The construction site will be open to Fort Shafter residents at 10 a.m., Dec. 19. Those interested in attending the tour to see the facility’s progress can reserve a space by calling 438-2662. (Photo by Sgt. Charlene Moler, U.S. Pacific Command Public Affairs)

FORT SHAFTER — Lise Ditzel-Ma (left), project manager for the new Mission Command Facility, displays the breakdown of phases for construction during a tour of the facility, here, recently. The project has four phases and is currently in phase one. Once the facility is complete, U.S. Army-Pacific Headquarters will be consolidated into one facility that will have up-to-date security and computer technology.
The construction site will be open to Fort Shafter residents at 10 a.m., Dec. 19. Those interested in attending the tour to see the facility’s progress can reserve a space by calling 438-2662. (Photo by Sgt. Charlene Moler, U.S. Pacific Command Public Affairs)

 

 

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