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Joint Land Use Study for military installations

The North Central Texas Council of Governments is collaborating with military and community leaders for Joining Forces, which is a Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) to identify and recommend land-use strategies to preserve a military installation’s ability to operate.

Here is a highlight of the information from the study in regard to Economic Impacts:

804,268 jobs related to 15 major military installations in Texas

$136.4B annual economic activity of 15 major military installations in Texas

47,256 people employed directly and indirectly as a result of NAS Fort Worth JRB  

Military installations contribute significantly to the regional and state economy and provided valuable training to members of the Armed Services. Preserving military capabilities is important to a strong, diverse and growing regional economy.

Learn more about the economic impacts of the installations in the Joining Forces study >>>

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