A House resolution that would kill a recommendation to close or realign 145 military installations, including Fort Douglas, was not expected to pass a vote scheduled for Tuesday afternoon. Utah's three representatives planned to vote against HR 165, which would disapprove the Base Closing Commission's recommendations that are included in an all-or-nothing proposal designed to keep congressmen from lobbying to keep open individual military installations. "It's pretty much expected to fail," said Art Kingdom, press secretary to Rep. Wayne Owens, D-Utah. "Once it fails in the House, that's it, because it takes both houses to disapprove" the closure commission's recommendation. The Commission on Base Realignment and Closure's recommendation to close Fort Douglas and close or realign the other installations became law Dec. 29.