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Outlook 2012: Region's naval presence a lucrative, well-kept secret

Overhead of Kesselring site in West Milton, for Steve Williams Outlook story. Photo from an old U.S. Navy press kit.
Overhead of Kesselring site in West Milton, for Steve Williams Outlook story. Photo from an old U.S. Navy press kit.
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Hundreds of young sailors and their military instructors are in the region because of the Kenneth A. Kesselring naval nuclear training site in West Milton, the Navy's only land-based nuclear propulsion training facility. The work at Kesselring takes place behind security fences and barrier gates and is also hidden from the outside world by hundreds of acres of woods. The secretive Kesselring site is where sailors come to practice operating ship-board nuclear propulsion systems, those ...


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