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Office of the Secretary of Defense: Beehler to lead DoD environmental policy (Dec. 4, 2003).

Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Installations and Environment Raymond F. DuBois has announced the selection of Alex Albert Beehler as the assistant deputy under secretary of defense for Environment, Safety, and Occupational Health. Beehler replaces John Paul Woodley who was recently appointed assistant secretary of the Army for civil works.

Beehler will serve as the principal assistant and advisor to DuBois for all environmental, safety, and occupational health policies and programs in the Department of Defense. Those programs include cleanup at active and closing bases, compliance with environmental laws, conservation of natural and cultural resources, pollution prevention, environmental technology, fire protection, safety and explosive safety, and pest management and disease control for defense activities worldwide. He will also advise DuBois on international military agreements and programs pertaining to environmental security.
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Title Annotation:AT & L Workforce--Leadership Changes
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Date:Mar 1, 2004
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