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2022 Grant Awardees

On September 23, 2022, the Department of Defense announced the award of 19 grants totaling approximately $90 million under the Defense Community Infrastructure Pilot Program by the Office of Local Defense Community Cooperation.  These awards followed a competitive selection process culminating in the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment, Dr. William A. LaPlante selection of these proposals on August 15, 2022. These infrastructure projects benefit local installations and provide support to our service members, their families, and the Department’s missions. 

The awards derive from Fiscal Year 2022 appropriated funding and leverage an additional $98,882,912 million in non-Federal and other Federal funding for a total investment of $188,579,140 million.

The grant awards are as follows:

Fort Devens Reserve Forces Training Area
State: MA
Massachusetts Development Finance Agency

$4,653,757 to the Massachusetts Development Finance Agency in support of Fort Devens Reserve Forces Training Area to undertake a $15,512,524 project to construct a new fire station to enable relocation from current inadequate space and to co-locate a regional emergency dispatch center and community police department.
 

Eglin Air Force Base
State: FL
Walton County

$3,493,130 to Walton County, Florida in support of Eglin Air Force Base to undertake a $4,493,130 project to construct a new fire station to enable wildland firefighting and faster deployment of emergency medical services.

Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson
State: AK
Municipality of Anchorage

$5,300,000 to the Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska in support of Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson to undertake a $7,600,000 project to construct a new Port of Alaska microgrid, battery energy storage, and electrical infrastructure to provide energy resilience for the region.

Hanscom Air Force Base
State: MA
University of Massachusetts, Lowell

$1,278,280 to the University of Massachusetts, Lowell in support of Hanscom Air Force Base to construct a new cyber operations center with a sensitive compartmented information facility to support the region during critical incidents.

Joint Base Langley-Eustis 
State: VA
City of Hampton

$7,670,000 to the City of Hampton, Virginia in support of Joint Base Langley-Eustis to undertake a $10,960,000 project to construct a new joint-use firing range to replace two deficient and poorly located existing ranges.

Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune
State: NC
Onslow County

$2,000,000 to Onslow County, North Carolina in support of Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune to undertake a $11,420,073 project to rehabilitiate the runway at the Albert J. Ellis Airport, restoring its surface and the original load-bearing capacity, benefitting all travel to and from Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Marine Corps Air Station New River, and Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point.
 

Naval Station Mayport
State:  FL
City of Atlantic Beach

$596,470 to the City of Atlantic Beach, Florida is support of Naval Station Mayport to undertake a $852,100 project to construct a new 12-inch water main to improve capacity and pressure for consumers directly adjacent to the installation and enable a future connection to the installation, providing water supply redundancy.

Minot Air Force Base
State: ND
North Dakota Department of Transportation

$2,850,000 to the North Dakota Department of Transportation in support of Minot Air Force Base to undertake a $5,700,000 project to construct new highway culvert improvements on U.S.-2 and U.S.-52 to reduce washouts and allow for safer operations at the installation.

Mountain Home Air Force Base
State: ID
City of Mountain Home

$4,495,000 to the City of Mountain Home, Idaho in support of Mountain Home Air Force Base to undertake a $6,495,000 project to construct new drinking water wells and associated infrastructure to support the development of additional housing and support infrastructure near the installation for personnel.
 

Philadelphia Navy Yard Annex
State: PA
Pennsylvania Authority for Industrial Development

$1,042,609 to the Philadelphia Authority for Industrial Development, Pennsylvania in support of the Philadelphia Navy Yard Annex to undertake a $1,489,441 project to complete an east-west connection for the Philadelphia Navy Yard’s fiber-optic network, enabling secure, direct control, and monitoring of each electric grid substation, and other security enhancements at the installation.
 

Pohakuloa Training Area
State: HI
State of Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources

$2,485,308 to the State of Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources in support of Pohakuloa Training Area to undertake a $2,485,308 project to construct a new firefighting and conservation warehouse to improve wildfire response and enable maintenance and repair of firefighting vehicles.

Fort Polk, LA
State: LA
England Economic and Industrial Development District

$2,095,100 to the England Economic and Industrial Development District, Louisiana in support of Fort Polk to undertake a $2,993,000 project to construct a new wash rack at the Alexandria International Airport, Fort Polk’s Joint Readiness Training Center aerial point of debarkation, ensuring safer and more rapid transport of vehicles following training rotations.
 

Military Ocean Terminal, Sunny Point
State: NC
City of Boiling Springs Lakes

$14,900,000 to the City of Boiling Springs Lakes, North Carolina in support of Military Ocean Terminal Sunny Point to undertake a $51,845,000 project to restore four dams damaged by 2018 Hurricane Florence, reestablishing the safety and security of the dams, and mitigating flood risks to Army operations.
 

Vance Air Force Base
State: OK
City of Enid

$2,847,000 to the City of Enid, Oklahoma in support of Vance Air Force Base to undertake a $6,184,375 project to construct new upgrades to Woodring Airport to expand operational capabilities, improve aircraft fueling and maintenance, and handle increased student load for the undergraduate pilot training mission.

Fort Wainwright - Black Rapids Training Site 
State: AK
Alaska Energy Authority

$12,752,540 to the Alaska Energy Authority in support of Fort Wainwright to undertake a $13,024,868 project to construct a 34-mile extension of electric transmission lines to the remote Black Rapids Training Site, where diesel generators presently provide the sole source of electrical power

West Virginia Army National Guard
State: WV
West Virginia Military Authority

$400,000 to the West Virginia Military Authority in support of the West Virginia Army National Guard for the construction of new physical security infrastructure at the Rock Branch Warehouse, a joint-use facility that supports the National Guard, the United States Navy, and several state agencies.
 

Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth
State: TX
City of White Settlement

$1,266,555 to the City of White Settlement, Texas in support of Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth to undertake a $1,809,365 project to construct new drainage improvements to prevent flooding in existing residential areas, protecting the nearby Naval installation as well as an adjacent Texas National Guard facility and industrial properties.

Naval Weapons Station Yorktown
State: VA
City of Newport News

$6,284,379 to the City of Newport News, Virginia in support of Naval Weapons Station Yorktown to undertake a $14,953,676 project to construct new improvements to the Harwood’s Mill Reservoir Dam to increase flood protection and ensure a reliable water supply to installations.
 

Yuma Proving Ground
State: AZ
Arizona Department of Transportation

$13,286,100 to the Arizona Department of Transportation in support of Yuma Proving Ground to undertake a $29,083,000 project to construct new improvements along U.S. Route 95 and the Wellton-Mohawk Irrigation Canal Bridge to provide safer and more reliable transport of personnel and equipment to and from the installation.

2021 Grant Awardees

On September 22, 2021, the Department of Defense announced the award of 13 grants totaling approximately $60 million under the Defense Community Infrastructure Pilot Program by the Office of Local Defense Community Cooperation.  These awards followed a competitive selection process culminating in the Performing Duties of Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment’s selection of these proposals on August 13, 2021. These infrastructure projects benefit local installations and provide support to our service members, their families, and the Department’s missions.  The awards derive from Fiscal Year 2021 appropriated funding and leverage an additional $68 million in non-Federal funding for a total investment of $128 million.

The grant awards are as follows:

1. Fort Riley
State: KS
Runway Reconstruction for Manhattan Regional Airport

$5,925,150 to the City of Manhattan, Kansas to undertake a $6,729,187 project to reconstruct a runway at Manhattan Regional Airport for Fort Riley, Kansas. The project will support military use of the local civilian aviation facility.

2. Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story
State: VA
Shoreline and Infrastructure Protection Measures

$650,000 to Carteret County, North Carolina to undertake a $1,950,000 project to implement shoreline & infrastructure protection measures on Radio Island. The project will carry out shoreline and infrastructure protection measures on Radio Island. The project supports Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story, Virginia, and will include restoration of a beach and dune system to mitigate erosion problems.

3. March Air Reserve Base
State:  CA
Groundwater Resiliency Connection

$4,329,268 to Western Municipal Water District to undertake a $12,457,527 project to build a local groundwater resiliency connection to support March Air Reserve Base.

4. Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton
State: CA
Fire Station to Support Emergency Response

$3,500,000 to the City of Oceanside, California to undertake an $18,601,703 project to construct a new fire station to support emergency response resources provided to Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton.

5. Minot Air Force Base
State:  ND
Flood Risk Management System

$9,840,892 to the City of Minot, North Dakota to undertake a $23,618,141 project to undertake a portion of a flood risk management system along the Mouse River in support of Minot Air Force Base.

6. Naval Air Station Patuxent River
State:  MD
Pedestrian Access Project

$395,118 to St. Mary’s County, Maryland to undertake a $564,454 project to improve pedestrian access across Route 235 to installation gates, supporting Naval Air Station Patuxent River.

7. Naval Air Station Pensacola
State: FL
Construction of Offshore Reef Breakwaters and Beach Habitat

$6,440,985 to Escambia County, Florida to undertake an $9,201,408 project to construct emergent and submerged offshore reef breakwaters and twenty acres of sandy beach habitat in support of Naval Air Station Pensacola.

8. Naval Air Station Whiting Field
State: FL
Wastewater Treatment Capacity

$3,000,000 to the City of Milton, Florida to undertake a $4,371,500 project to increase wastewater treatment capacity in support of Naval Air Station Whiting Field.

9. Naval Base Kitsap
State:  WA
Sewer Replacement Project

$10,000,000 to the Kitsap County Sewer Utility to undertake a $20,300,000 sewer main replacement in support of Naval Base Kitsap (Bangor & Keyport).

10. Naval Base Ventura County
State:  CA
Water Treatment Facility

$4,230,133 to United Water Conservation District to undertake a $12,429,191 project to construct a treatment facility for three existing lower aquifer system wells in support of Naval Base Ventura County.

11. Naval Station Everett
State:  WA
Marina Facilities Support

$5,254,800 to the Port of Everett, Washington to undertake an $8,758,000 project to support the Port of Everett’s marina facilities in support of Naval Station Everett.

12. Naval Support Activity Hampton Roads – Naval Medical Center Portsmouth
State: VA
Transportation Improvements

$250,000 to the City of Portsmouth, Virginia to undertake a $640,000 in transportation improvements to Naval Support Activity Hampton Road’s Naval Medical Center Portsmouth.

13. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base
State: OH      
Support to the National Advanced Air Mobility Center of Excellence

$6,000,000 to the City of Springfield, Ohio to undertake an $8,019,535 project to support the National Advanced Air Mobility Center of Excellence (NAAMCE) at Springfield-Beckley Municipal Airport.  The facility will be used by the Air Force Research Laboratory and Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.

Each of the grantees are working with the Office of Local Defense Community Cooperation to ensure compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act of 1970, as amended, and may commence ground disturbing activity upon notification from the Office of Local Defense Community Cooperation.  The Defense Community Infrastructure Pilot Program is authorized under 10 U.S. Code § 2391 and received appropriations in FY21. 

2020 Grant Awardees

On September 17, 2020, the Department of Defense announced the award of sixteen (16) grants totaling approximately $50 million under the Defense Community Infrastructure Pilot Program by the Office of Local Defense Community Cooperation.  These awards followed a competitive selection process culminating in then Secretary of Defense Mark Esper’s approval of these projects on August 10, 2020. The Office of Local Defense Community Cooperation then invited grant applications to address quality of life needs for our service members and their families.  The awards derive from FY 2020 appropriated funding and leverage an additional $45.5 million in non-Federal funding for a total investment of $95.3 million for military family quality of life.

The grant awards are as follows:

1. Dyess Air Force Base
State: TX
STEM Complex      

$959,831 to the Abilene Independent School District, Abilene, TX, to undertake a $1,919,662 project to provide a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) classroom and laboratory to support military families at Dyess Air Force Base.

2. Ellsworth Air Force Base
State: SD
Recreation and Wellness Center

$6,312,950 to the South Dakota Ellsworth Development Authority, Ellsworth, SD, to undertake a $12,625,900 project to construct an indoor recreation facility and wellness center to support the military families at Ellsworth Air Force Base.

3. Fort Drum
State: NY
Watertown Family YMCA Community and Aquatics Center

$9,000,000 to the Jefferson County Industrial Development Agency, Watertown, NY, to undertake a $18,100,000 project to construct a Watertown Family YMCA Community and Aquatics Center to support military families at Fort Drum.

watertown ymca rendering

4. Fort Huachuca
State: AZ
Emergency Medical Services Substation

$1,438,000 to the City of Sierra Vista, AZ, to undertake a $1,538,000 project to construct an Emergency Medical Services substation to support the military families at Fort Huachuca.

5. Fort Irwin National Training Center
State: CA
Silver Valley USD Sports Complex

$521,695 to the Silver Valley Unified School District, Barstow, CA, to undertake a project to enhance the Silver Valley Unified School District Sports Complex to support military families the Fort Irwin National Training Center.
silver valley sports complex

6. Fort Leonard Wood
State: MO
Early Childhood Center

$677,238 to the Waynesville R-VI School District, Waynesville, MO, to undertake a $1,354,475 project to enhance the Early Childhood Center to support military families at Fort Leonard Wood.

7. Fort Polk
State: LA
Campus Connections and Learning Space

$6,839,476 to the Louisiana Department of Economic Development, Baton Rouge, LA, to undertake a $7,599,418 project in partnership with the Vernon Parish School Board to construct Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics (STEAM) laboratory and learning spaces at Leesville Junior High School, Leesville High School, Pickering Elementary School, and Vernon Middle School to support military families at Fort Polk.

8. Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling
State: DC
Learn D.C. Charter School

$1,494,216 to the Lawndale Educational and Regional Network, Washington, D.C., to undertake a $2,988,432 project to improve access to a Pre-Kindergarten-8th Grade Charter School to support military families at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling.
Anacostia charter school

9. Joint Base Langley-Eustis
State: VA
Air Power Park Tidal Flooding Mitigation

$707,008 to the City of Hampton, VA, to undertake a $1,858,022 project to enhance Hampton’s Air Power Park and Museum and provide year-round access to museum grounds to support military families at Joint Base Langley-Eustis.

10. Joint Forces on Guam
State: GU
Multipurpose Recreation and Emergency Center

$3,506,426 to the Municipality of Chalan Pago-Ordot, Guam, to undertake a $6,506,426 project to construct a Multipurpose Recreation and Emergency Center to support military families on Guam.

11. Joint Region Marianas
State: MP
Infrastructure Upgrades

$335,000 to the Commonwealth Bureau of Military Affairs, Tinian, Commonwealth of Northern Marianas Islands, to enhance utility infrastructure in support of life, health, and safety for service members rotating on/off the island of Tinian from Joint Region Marianas.

12. Malmstrom Air Force Base
State: MT
Aim High – Big Sky Recreation Center

$10,000,000 to the City of Great Falls, MT, to undertake a $20,000,266 project to construct the Aim High – Big Sky Recreation Center to support the military families at Malmstrom Air Force Base. 

13. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune
State: NC
Reconstruction of the Jack Amyette Recreation Center

$1,000,000 to the City of Jacksonville, NC, to undertake a $5,000,000 project to reconstruct the Jack Amyette Recreation Center to support the military families at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune.

14. Marine Corps Base Quantico
State: VA
Fitness Challenge Course and Accessibility Improvements

$250,000 to the County of Prince William, VA, to undertake a $500,000 project to enhance a warrior challenge course with accessibility improvements to support the military families at Marine Corps Base Quantico.

fitness challenge course


15. Minot Air Force Base
State: ND
Magic City Discovery Center

$6,293,820 to the City of Minot, ND, to undertake an $13,977,964 project to construct the Magic City Discovery Center, featuring Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) to support the military families at Minot Air Force Base.

16. Mountain Home Air Force Base
State: ID
Facility Upgrades

$426,500 to the Mountain Home School District, Mountain Home, ID, to undertake a project to enhance East Elementary School, North Elementary School, West Elementary School, Hacker Middle School, and Mountain Home Junior High School to support the military families at Mountain Home Air Force Base.