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- Wastewater treatment for deployed military forces and disaster response
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Wastewater treatment for deployed military forces and disaster response
Waisner, Scott A. U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Vicksburg, Mississippi.
Medina, Victor F. U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Vicksburg, Mississippi.
- Desirable attributes for deployable treatment systems
- Deployable aerobic aqueous bioreactor
- Rapid system start-up
- Novel disinfection system and reverse osmosis
- Energy-neutral systems
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Forward operating bases (FOBs) are transitory facilities used by the various armed forces of the United States and its allies to provide secure bases of operations for military missions in overseas environments. FOBs can be and are used by all the military services, but given the nature of their missions, the Army and the Marine Corps use these facilities the most. FOBs typically are constructed by the military engineering units of the Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) or the Civil Engineer Corps (CEC) of the United States Navy (USN), or contractors under the guidance of USACE or CEC.
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