This excerpt is part of an overall video, Sustain the Mission-Secure the Future. This excerpt is an ordnance case study. Weapons systems can have an impact on the health of the environment, soldier, and the community during training, maintenance and demilitarization but sustainability can be a major consideration in the demilitarization of existing ordnance weapon systems, and the design of future weapons.
This case study illustrates how a Weapons System Program Manager economically used a Team Approach to apply all three principles of a Reduce-Reuse-Recycling strategy at the end of the life-cycle of the TOWs missile system. Examples of sustainability principles being applied to other ordnance systems are also introduced.
This video is courtesy of the U.S. Army. Learn more about Army's commitment to sustainability in Hawaii at garrison.hawaii.army.mil.
See other portions of the video here:
Entire video: vimeo.com/16899870
Leadership portion: vimeo.com/16669397
Facilities case study: vimeo.com/16668629
Stryker case study: vimeo.com/16899338