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16 Collaborations With... U.S. defense agencies The U.S. Department of Defense is working to secure its energy sources and meet renewable energy mandates at military installations. INL is providing project development and engineering support for multiple DOD wind and solar energy projects around the U.S. including Wyomings F.E. Warren Air Force Base wind a potential National Guard project in Cheyenne Wyo. wind Utahs Test and Training Range-South geothermal and Idahos Mountain Home Air Force Base geothermal. INL cybersecurity experts also worked with the Defense Department to assess the physical and cybersecurity of critical infrastructure at two U.S. Naval bases and provide recommendations for enhancing the protection of critical resources and interconnected systems. INLs expertise led to the creation of a modeling and simulation tool that enables military installations or other government facilities to roughly assess their vulnerabilities using existing data sources. These are just a few of the dozens of Defense Department collaborations at INL. Domestic and foreign governments State regional national and international policymakers rely upon objective data to inform their decisions. So do government agencies and associations. INL serves as an honest broker of objective research and analysis which is why such entities often partner with the lab to access its expertise and research solutions to a broad array of challenges. Water Systems National Parks Energy Resources