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Then, when Southeast Asia became a war zone with Vietnam (and later involving, by the 1970s, Cambodia and Laos), the United States had, at one time, 50,000 troops on the installation. The remainder was given to University of California at Santa Cruz to be developed into the "UC MBEST" (Monterey Bay Education, Science and Technology) Center.The 194th Armored Brigade was activated there under Combat Development Command in 1957, but departed for Fort Knox in Kentucky in 1960. Environmental Protection Agency proposed placement of Fort Ord on the National Priorities List (NPL). The MBEST Center is a regional economic development effort focused on developing collaborative research-business opportunities in the Monterey Bay region. is responsible for the oversight of Monterey Bay area economic recovery from the closure of and reuse planning of the former Fort Ord military base.In 1957, land on the eastern side of the post was used to create the Laguna Seca Raceway which served to replace the Pebble Beach road racing course that ceased operations for safety reasons in that same year. The site contained leaking petroleum underground storage tanks, a 150 acres (61 ha) landfill that was primarily used to dispose of residential waste and small amounts of commercial waste generated by the base, a former fire drill area, motor pool maintenance areas, small dump sites, small arms target ranges, an 8,000 acres (3,200 ha) firing range, and other limited areas that posed threats from unexploded ordnance. The final basic training classes were held in 1990. The former Fort Ord was/is located on the California coastline near the Monterey Peninsula consisting of 45 square miles/28,000 acres (11,000 ha).
Additionally, the Army provides oversight on FORA's cleanup program - called the Environmental Services Cooperative Agreement (see below).
Fort Ord is a former United States Army post on Monterey Bay of the Pacific Ocean coast in California, which closed in 1994.