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The White River basin of southwestern Indiana is home to Naval Support Activity Crane, the nation’s third largest naval installation. As the largest employer in the area with more than 5,500 employees, Crane is among our most valuable assets in the region. Local and military leaders recognize that the mutual wellbeing of Crane and communities that neighbor the installation is critical for continued growth of our defense economy and ensuring that we develop talent to meet the base’s workforce needs.
The White River Military Coordination Alliance was formed in 2018 to strengthen the relationship between Crane and the community. The purpose of our 24-member alliance is to promote community growth, support the military missions of Crane, and establish effective, timely means of communication between the community and Crane to coordinate opportunities and address concerns.
The Alliance is comprised of state and local government officials, regional and local economic development officials, and Crane representatives.
The purpose of the alliance is to promote community growth, support the military missions of Crane, and establish effective, timely means of communication between the community and Crane to coordinate opportunities and address concerns.
Cary Albright, Vice Chair, Shoals
Jerry Braun, WestGate Authority
Matt Craig, Radius Indiana
Sam Craig, Bedford
Mark Dobbs, NSA Crane
Nathan Gabhart, Daviess County
Dave Harding, Bloomfield
Claude Hatfield, Town of Crane
Dena Held, Martin County
Brianne Jerrels, Chair, Greene County
Greg Jones, Southern Indiana Economic Development Commission
Clint Lamb, City of Sullivan
Ed Michael, Greene County
Bryant Niehoff, Daviess County
Teresa Nolley, Loogootee
Tina Peterson, Regional Opportunity Initiatives
Angie Risacher, Martin County
Susie Roach, Odon
Ann Smith Mischler, Sullivan County
Charlie Selby, City of Washington
Shance Sizemore, Lawrence County
Commander James Smith, NSA Crane
Jathan Wright, Secretary, Linton