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October 4, 2022

The Navy has an agreement with the Port of San Diego to allow it to “plug into and pull power from shore-based infrastructure,” according to Breaking Defense. The agreement taps into a California energy credit program and lets the Navy use the state’s infrastructure instead of generating power on the ship. The state will sell the credits to other entities to finance energy and utilities projects at Naval Base San Diego, the report said. The Port of San Diego said in a press release that it’s the first deal of its kind….

New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu (R) is sending about 160 National Guard members to provide surveillance at the U.S.-Mexico border, as The Hill reported. “They answered the call to serve during the COVID pandemic and are now answering our nation’s call—deploying to the ongoing humanitarian crisis along our southern border,” Sununu said….

About 100 personnel were moved out of a barracks at Joint Base San Antonio, Texas, after signs that the water system showed signs of a bacteria that can cause Legionnaire’s Disease, Air Force Times reported.

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October 4, 2022

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