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 WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?

The Department of the Navy must comply with the final BRAC list. Implementation of the BRAC process began within 2 years from the date the President submitted the list to Congress (September 15, 2005) and all BRAC actions must be completed within 6 years. Detailed business plans have been developed by each impacted organization which lays out what actions are required to implement their BRAC action and when these actions will occur.

The BRAC decision could result in a base closure or realignment of work to other locations. The processes used to accomplish these actions vary depending upon the specifics of the situation. There should be various communiqu├ęs from your command that will provide additional information.

We hope you find the information regarding transition and placement programs and other tools at the links below informative. Remember to carefully review the eligibility requirements and provisions for each benefit or program as they may vary.

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