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US Navy completes final supplemental environmental impact statement

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ASAN, Guam (Commander, Joint Region Marianas-Public Affairs Office) —  The Navy is proposing to continue training and testing at sea and on Farallon De Medinilla.

Proposed activities are similar to those occurring here for decades and are crucial for military readiness and national defense.

The completion of the analysis follows years of research, stakeholder engagement, and public involvement.

As the Navy is not proposing any changes to land-based activities on Guam and the CNMI, the Navy will continue to rely on the analysis in the 2015 Mariana Islands Final Environmental Impact Statement for those activities.

To view the document and for more information visit mitt-eis.com

Individuals wishing to comment on the MITT Final Supplemental EIS/OEIS are encouraged to email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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