Historic Los Alamitos base now home to state-of-the-art headquarters
Rep. Alan Lowenthal, third from left, takes part in ribbon cutting ceremonies Jan. 12 for the newest addition to the Joint Forces Training Base in Los Alamitos, Calif.; the 79th Sustainment Support Command’s 53,000 square-foot U.S. Army Reserve Center. Joining Lowenthal are, from the left, contract partner Todd Gillum, 40th Inf. Div. Commander Brig. Gen. Keith Jones, 79th SSC Commander Maj. Gen. William D. Frink, Jr., 63rd Regional Support Command Commander Maj. Gen. Michael Schweiger, Cypress Mayor Pro Tem Leroy Mills, Los Angeles District Commander Col. Mark Toy, and Los Alamitos City Councilman Dean Grose. The nearly $29 million project is managed by the Corps and includes a state-of-the-art 12,500 square-foot organizational maintenance shop and more than 28,000 square-feet in organizational parking.

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