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McIntyre Announces $458 Million for North Carolina Military Bases

Press Release

Location: Washington, DC

U.S. Representative Mike McIntyre, senior member of the House Armed Services Committee, announced today that the full U.S. House has approved $458 million in military construction projects for North Carolina. These funds were included in the 2013 Defense Authorization bill.

Congressman McIntyre stated, "The Defense Authorization Bill for 2013 bill strengthens our national defense, supports North Carolina military bases, and makes key investments in ensuring our servicemen and women have the tools they need to do their job. Ensuring our national security is a top priority for me, and I am pleased that the U.S. House has passed this important measure."

North Carolina Military Construction Funding includes ($458 Million):

Fort Bragg-- $198.5 million
Aerial Gunnery Range, $42 million
Infrastructure funding, $30 million
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Complex, $26 million
SOF Battalion Operations Facility, $40.5 million
SOF Civil Affairs Battalion Complex, $31.4 million
SOF Support Addition, $3.9 million
SOF Sustainment Brigade Complex, $24.7 million\
Camp Lejeune -- $149.8 million
Base Access and Road, Phase 3, $40.9 million
Staff NCO Academy Facilities, $29 million
SOF Marine Battalion Company/Team Facilities, $53.4 million
SOF Survival Evasion Resistance Escape Training Facility, $5.5 million
Medical Clinic Replacement (TRICARE Management Activity), $21 million
Seymour Johnson - $55.45 million
Replace Pipeline, $1.85 million
Medical Clinic Replacement (TRICARE Management Activity), $53.6 million
Cherry Point - $45.6 million
Armory, $11.6 million
Marine Air Support Squadron Compound, $34 million
New River- $8.5 million
Personnel Administration Center, $8.5 million

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