Programs at Arnold AFB help foster harmony between mission, environmental responsibilities

Arnold Air Force Base, Tenn., is home to one of the largest and best-known populations of northern pine snake in the state. The reptile is a threatened species in Tennessee. Reptile counts are performed across Arnold AFB. Information gathered from these surveys supports existing knowledge of populations and provides a long-term view of what is occurring population-wise with a particular species or community, which helps the base Natural Resource team make informed decisions. (U.S. Air Force photo)

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