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SEADSuppression of Enemy Air Defenses
SEADSalzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (Salzburg, Austria)
SEADSustainable Environment-Actionable Data
SEADService d'Enseignement a Distance (French: Services for Distance Learning)
SEADSeneca Army Depot
SEADSecure Efficient Ad-Hoc Distance Vector (routing protocol)
SEADSocial and Emotional Aspects of Development (UK)
SEADSouth East Airsoft Division
SEADSquare Enix Application on Demand (middleware)
SEADSociety for Ecumenical Anglican Doctrine
SEADSoftware Encryption Algorithm for Data Services
SEADSpace Station Early Assembly Demonstration
SEADSimplified Erection Aid Device
SEADSouth East Arkansas Directories
SEADSun Earth Atmosphere and the Dream (band)
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Gable, the historian for Seneca County, and Zogg, who is associated with the Seneca Falls Historical Society, trace the history of the Seneca Army Depot in New York, from its origins as farmland confiscated by the Department of War in 1941 through Project Desert Storm and its closing in 2000.
Talking about the closing of the Army depot more than a decade ago, Nozzolio said, “Picture a 1,200 person business here as the Seneca Army Depot and its entire work force overnight is given pink slips.
As a young girl, she joined her mother at the Women's Peace Encampment (a female and primarily queer antimilitarism camp outside the Seneca Army Depot) and at 12, Silverman organized her first protest, getting a group of kids from her school to oppose CIA recruitment on the campus of Cornell University.
"Since people are now more Internet-savvy, we've designed materials for the web and deliver it by CD or directly to Army servers," says project manager Enroth, a social worker and extension associate with the college's Family Life Development Center, who was a family advocacy program manager at the now-closed Seneca Army Depot, in Waterloo, N.Y.
The mission of the enclave is to store, maintain, ship, and dispose of the stocks of DS2 located at the decommissioned Seneca Army Depot Activity (SEDA) that had been operated by the Operations Support Command (OSC).
The proposal to locate a waste-to-energy facility on the former Seneca Army Depot in the Town of Romulus in Seneca County has reignited interest in New York States uneven approach to local control over the siting of locally undesirable land uses.