Gen. Ray Odierno had hoped the Obama administration and Congress could have settled on a final end strength for the Army by the time he steps down as the Army’s chief of staff this fall, but the issue likely will remain undecided for several more years, he told reporters last week.

Up from No. 4 in the U.S. last year, Louisiana ranks among top seven nationally for economic development performance for sixth consecutive year.

Southern Business and Development Magazine has named England Airpark to its 2015 Top 10 list for sites in the south perfect for large manufacturers. 

The listing of England Airpark by Southern Business and Development is recognition of the continued development of Airpark sites dedicated to attracting manufacturing to Central Louisiana.

Washington, D.C. -- New Congressional legislative proposals to hold off sequester-mandated cuts to the force structure of the Army for another year is gaining steam in Congress, with a dozen Senators and ten Representatives led by the Louisiana Congressional Delegation signing on to the bipartisan proposal.

WASHINGTON D.C.-- Regional officials are gearing up to meet with national leaders and Pentagon personnel in Washington D.C. April 22-23 in the hopes of keeping civilian and troop strength strong at Fort Polk and the Joint Readiness Training Center.

Working together works in Central Louisiana!  England Airpark is built on that principle.  That teamwork philosophy was put into action recently when England Airpark’s Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting Department responded to a Fire District 2 request for assistance at a dangerous structure fire located in a nearby recycling facility.