Water Use on Military Installations with Cameron Craig

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Cameron was a civilian employee working on a U.S. Army base before moving to a military contractor. Cameron gives a terrific interview shining a light on water issues on military installations in this U.S. Army approved interview.

In this session, you’ll learn about:

  • Cameron’s background
  • Why water is important to the armed forces
  • Water needs and use on military bases
  • Cameron’s role as a civilian working on water issues for the U.S. Army
  • The collaboration on water issues between the military and civilians on military installations
  • Water and the impact of COVID-19 on military installations
  • How the military used wastewater epidemiology to build a predictive analytics model to monitor the spread of COVID-19 on military bases
  • The collaboration among the local university, the civilian water team, and the military on developing the wastewater epidemiology model
  • Why wastewater epidemiology models are system specific
  • Water and sustainability on military bases
  • Clean water issues for field based military units
  • Cameron’s thoughts on military sustainability and resilience

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