Overhaul of naval station includes new barracks, halls, rescue facility

04/29/2009 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

A decade has passed since a $770 million capital construction project began at the Great Lakes Naval Station in Illinois. Three drill halls, 15 new barracks, a small-arms marksmanship trainer and a facility for sea rescue training have already been completed, and more is under way. In addition, base officials hope to begin the second phase, which will require $520 million and would modernize the original naval station.

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