This will help streamline and buffer changes that incoming Commanding Officers require. Some changes that new officers want to make not only result in significant changes, but also cost a lot of money and do not improve the mission. Having a second in command civilian can help buffer this.
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CURRENTLY: Maintenance of military installation grounds is necessary to keep up appearance and provide safe environment. Services performed under grounds maintenance contracts like cutting grass, caring for trees, flowers, and shrubs are VERY costly depending on installation size/population, climate, # of buildings, special events, political significance, etc. Most grounds maint contracts have allowances to buy new Annuals... more »