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Anders B. Aadland

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NEWS

www.highlandbrigade.org [cached]

Anders B. Aadland (l to r) sing the Engineer Song during the IMA change of leadership ceremony on the steps of Fort Belvoir's Post headquarters. FORT BELVOIR, Va. (Army News Service, Aug. 9, 2004) -- The mantle of leadership of the Army's Installation Management Agency passed from Maj.Gen.Anders B. Aadland to Maj.Gen.Larry J. Lust, the Army's chief of staff for installation management, took part in the transfer of the IMA colors from Aadland, who retires after 35 years of service, to Johnson.Aadland was IMA's first director."On the minus side, you have a blank piece of paper" Lust said, referring to the fact that Aadland and his staff had no foundation upon which to build.Aadland and his staff had to lay that foundation themselves, leaving a solid surface upon which others, like incoming director Johnson, can build.Aadland also congratulated Johnson on his new position, and thanked the members of the IMA team."The team you lead is unbeatable," Aadland told Johnson during his remarks.The ceremony also honored Aadland on his retirement after 35 years of service.Speaking to the crowd of his retirement, Aadland choked back tears."I've come to realize," he said, "that you can take the Soldier out of the Army, but you can't take the Army out of the Soldier."Upon his retirement, Aadland was awarded the Army's Distinguished Service Medal.


The Shaw Group Inc.

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Mr. Hess will report to Major General (U.S. Army Retired) Anders Aadland, who heads Shaw's overall Hurricane Katrina Recovery team.


The Shaw Group Inc. | News Release

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Mr. Hess will report to Major General (U.S. Army Retired) Anders Aadland, who heads Shaw's overall Hurricane Katrina Recovery team.


Army Environment

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Anders B. Aadland, who retired in August after serving as the agency's first director since its creation in 2002, had said the reductions in contracts and environmental programs were needed to help pay for the war effort.


Howling At A Waning Moon: Current Affairs Archives

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Aadland directed - "Take additional risk in environmental programs; terminate environmental contracts and delay all non-statutory enforcement actions to FY05." In the new memo, issued on May 27, Gen.Aadland announced the Army Budget Office has "afforded limited funding relief for some critical areas of concern."Anders Aadland said in the e-mail."[W]e would not go to these severe measures if we had a choice but we do not."The e-mail told Army commanders around the world to "take additional risk[s]" with environmental programs by canceling contracts and delaying efforts to enforce applicable laws.And it directed them to reduce spending in other areas, including training programs, equipment maintenance and security."All of you must implement these actions now and ensure resources are best used to support the war effort," wrote Aadland, commander of the Army's Installation Management Agency, which oversees the 118 Army bases in the U.S. and abroad. But a subsequent e-mail from Aadland, sent three days later, "clarified" that the commanders should "take only reasonable risks that will not cause adverse impacts to human health and the environment."But Aadland stressed in an interview Thursday that the "unfortunate" language of the original e-mail "was not a reflection of the Army's priority for the environment."The Army had always intended that commanders restrict only those environmental programs that could be delayed without short-term negative effects, he said.And, he said, "it was the Army's own conscience, not the media conscience, that caused us to get this back on track."Pentagon officials said there had not been time for the short-lived order to affect environmental programs at bases.Aadland said they had hoped that the order to cut environmental programs would trim $10 million off the bases' overall budget, estimated at between $7 billion and $8 billion.


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