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Backed by a California Energy Commission manufacturing grant, Wrightspeed will invest $3 million in the City-owned 110,000 square foot historic Hangar 41 at the former Alameda Naval Air Station.
She was selected by base administrators to co-edit a newsletter for the Alameda Naval Air Station during her community college undergraduate years.
Omi applied, was excited to be selected, and attended Navy flight school at Alameda Naval Air Station, CA.
He convinced the commission to keep open a naval supply center in Oakland, despite closure of the Alameda Naval Air Station it served, because the center is "a prime place for blacks" to get well-paying blue collar jobs.
A generation of "Liberty Ships" and other military vessels were built, launched, serviced, berthed and later retired at such historic sites at Mare Island, the Marin Shipworks, Treasure Island, Hunters Point Shipyard, Suisun Bay and the Alameda Naval Air Station.
CALSTART already has incubator tenants at its headquarters in Pasadena and at the Alameda Naval Air Station.
SunCal, the company leading the effort to revitalize the shuttered Alameda Naval Air Station, has signed a labor agreement and is launching a public outreach process to highlight benefits of the proposed development and build community support.
Hangar 1 Vodka also announces its move to a new 32,500-square-foot micro-distillery at Building 22 at the Alameda Naval Air Station in Alameda, Calif.