Background/History of the Laboratory:
The Air Force Information Operations Center (AFIOC) is located on Lackland Air Force Base (AFB) in San Antonio, Tex. The AFIOC is an information superiority center of excellence dedicated to offensive and defensive counterinformation and information operations.
102 Hall Blvd., Ste. 337
San Antonio, TX 78243
Background/History of the Laboratory:
2 Halls Cross Roads
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 0
The ATLSS mission is to conduct research and education to advance the performance of large structures of the civil and marine infrastructure. ATLSS brings together expertise in civil, industrial, and mechanical engineering; computer science; chemistry; materials science and engineering; business; and education. Large structures include buildings, bridges, offshore structures, power plants, ship structures, etc.
117 Atlss Dr. H. Building
Bethlehem, PA 18015
USAARL conducts research and development on health hazards of Army aviation, tactical combat vehicles, selected weapons systems, and airborne operations. Assesses the health hazards from noise, acceleration, impact, and visual demands of these systems and defines measures to offset hazards. It assesses stress and fatigue in personal operating aviation systems and develops countermeasures.
Fort Rucker, AL 36362
The Beltsville Area consists of ARS programs at the Beltsville Agricultural Research Center in Beltsville, Md.; the U.S. National Arboretum in Washington D.C.; and worksites in Chatsworth, N.J.; Presque Isle, Maine; and McMinnville, Tenn. BARC is the largest and most diversified agricultural research complex in the world. Beltsville's record of accomplishments and ongoing programs has made it a world leader in agriculture research.
10300 Baltimore Blvd.
Beltsville, MD 20705
The Mission of the Southeast Area is to support and direct quality research programs that solve the problems of our customers and stakeholders in the most efficient and effective way possible. We do this by:
141 Experiment Station Road
Stoneville, MS 38776
Today agricultural research has a direct impact on nearly all aspects of modern life. Scientists at the Agricultural Research Service ( ARS) not only study crops and livestock to improve both quality and quantity but they devise new ways of using those crops to add value, increase exports, improve human health, and protect the environment. We in ARS, like all Americans, are very concerned about safe and nutritious food.
1815 North University Street
Peoria, IL 61604
The North Atlantic Area of the Agricultural Research Service encompasses twelve research locations from Maine to West Virginia. The Area Director provides executive leadership of the Area's scientific program and management of personnel and infrastructure required by the program.
600 East Mermaid Lane
Wyndmoor, PA 19038
ARS conducts research to develop and transfer solutions to agricultural problems of high national priority and provide information access and dissemination to ensure high-quality, safe food, and other agricultural products; assess the nutritional needs of Americans; sustain a competitive agricultural economy; enhance the natural resource base and the environment; and provide economic opportunities for rural citizens, communities, and society as a whole.
2150 Centre Avenue, Building D
Fort Collins, CO 80526
The Pacific West Area (PWA) is one of eight ARS Areas located in the major farm and rangeland ecosystems throughout the United States and overseas. The PWA consists of 26 research locations and work sites distributed among eight states: Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington. Of about 1,300 employees in the PWA, one-fourth are scientists and engineers; the rest provide critical support.
800 Buchanan Street
Albany, CA 94710