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A “baby boomer,” Mary Myers was born and raised in California. She was trained in traffic management at the Oakland Army Base (OAB) and worked there in the Cargo Operations Division, eventually becoming a manager of other employees. Myers continued to work at the OAB through its closure and thus was in a good position to comment upon the effects of closure on employees and surrounding community.

Keywords: Core Base Functions: Technology and labor; Military objectives and tasks; Military and capital/trade; Transportation networks
City within a City: Community and cultural life; Governance and Order; Housing, health, and well-being; Military and social hierarchies
Community Impact: City of Oakland and Alameda County governance; Public order and policing; Community outreach and crisis mitigation; OAB and Port of Oakland relations

 


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