U.S. Navy Atlantic + GOMEX Warfare Testing Ranges

Welcome to the U.S. Navy Atlantic Ocean & Gulf of Mexico Warfare Testing Range Section of the ADC Website

ACTION ALERT

There are twelve U.S. Navy Warfare Testing Ranges operating today in the Pacific, Atlantic & the Gulf of Mexico which were initiated under the Bush Administration and have been increasing under the Obama Administration. All twelve of these ranges went into full-scale warfare testing between 2008 and 2011.

The U.S. Navy AFTT Atlantic Fleet Traing & Testing Range Complex issued a Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS/OEIS), on August 30, 2013. Help us to save 11.7 Million Marine Mammals by attending U.S. Navy Meetings, filing public comments, and contacting your elected officials and all newspapers in order to stop this expansion and protect our National Marine Sanctuaries, Marine Reserves, biologically sensitive areas, breeding and feeding habitat for millions of fish and other aquatic life from bomb blasts, sonar and laser exercises, new and experimental weapons testing, drone warfare and surveillance both inside and outside of these ranges.

The U.S. Navy Final Environmental Impact Statements (EIS/OEIS) were Released on August 30, 2013 for the Atlantic/Gulf of Mexico Warfare Range Complex & the Hawaii-Southern California Warfare Range Complex.

U.S. Navy Range Maps & Website Information:
http://aftteis.com/Home.aspx

U.S. Navy Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS/OEIS):
http://aftteis.com/DocumentsandReferences/AFTTDocuments/FinalEISOEIS.aspx

All of us must take action before September 30, 2013, less than 30 days, to delay the final issuance of the U.S. Navy Final Record of Decision on both of their Atlantic and Pacific Environmental Impact Statements (EIS/OEIS). The links above are for the U.S. Navy Atlantic & Gulf of Mexico Warfare Range Expansion in those areas.

(Sonar-Bomb Blasts-Toxic Chemicals-Lasers-Electromagnetic & Other Experimental Weapons to be used and more…as the U.S. Navy destroys our oceans for war practice when they could protect our National Marine Sanctuaries, Marine Reserves, Biologically Sensitive Areas, Breeding & Feeding Habitats and Other Marine Life. The U.S. Navy Range Complex Maps are located on the home page on their respective websites.)

We have only 30 days until these Environmental Impact Statements are final and the U.S. Navy issues their Final Record of Decision (ROD). Thus, we need an extension of time from our elected officials for 90 days, or more if possible, by contacting our elected officials in Washington, D.C., or at the state level. Note that the U.S. Navy has a history of only approving their “preferred Alternative 2” in their ROD…the worst case scenario for all ocean marine life and habitats.

NOAA/National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), will automatically approve the “taking” of marine mammals in these areas with a Letter of Authorization (LOA), in the near future because they are a “cooperating agency” and not independent of the Navy (they also receive Navy funding for some of their activities). NOAA/NMFS are working on this request by the Navy and the Rule Changes to allow the Navy to decimate millions of marine mammals and their habitats. Unless we take action the Navy will issue their ROD and the NOAA/NMFS will issue a LOA in 30 days. Without any action by all of us the Navy moves forward…with their destruction of our oceans and marine life in two huge expanded areas; one in the Pacific and one in the Atlantic.

Definition of “Take”
http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/pr/glossary.htm

  • Defined under the MMPA as “harass, hunt, capture, kill or collect, or attempt to harass, hunt, capture, kill or collect.”

  • Defined under the ESA as “to harass, harm, pursue, hunt, shoot, wound, kill, trap, capture, or collect, or to attempt to engage in any such conduct.”

U.S. Navy Document Regarding the “Taking” of Marine Mammals in the Hawaii-Southern California Range Complex – Check out the numbers…
https://www.federalregister.gov/articles/2013/01/31/2013-01808/takes-of-marine-mammals-incidental-to-specified-activities-us-navy-training-and-testing-activities

This NOAA document spreadsheet gives names and numbers of marine mammals to be sacrificed during Navy testing:
http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/pr/pdfs/permits/hstt_navy_loa_application2012.pdf

We have started a Washington, D.C. call-in (Toll Free: 1866-220-0044) campaign-letters, petitions, and telephone – The staff will be in their offices this coming Tuesday-Friday…they are not real busy when Senators & Congressmen are out on vacation…so now time to call and try for an extension of the Navy ROD…also lobby NOAA/NMFS as the Navy mitigation measure to protect millions of marine mammals is effective only 9% of the time.

Anything you can do to get the word out and help with this endeavor would be great. Additional Links & Information provided Below.

Sincerely,

Rosalind Peterson, Agriculture Defense Coalition

Post Office Box 499, Redwood Valley, CA 95470

(707) 485-7520 or E-Mail: info@californiaskywatch.com

My website categories section has historical and current information regarding the U.S. Navy…just scroll down to find the six U.S. Navy Sections by region and other information.

http://www.agriculturedefensecoalition.org/?q=content/categories
Note: The U.S. Navy has never chosen, to my knowledge, any “alternative” listed in the Final EIS since 2008, other than “their Preferred Alternative 2, (with one exception in a small range). Thus, the Navy “no alternative or alternative 1” should be disregarded in making public comments.

There are twelve U.S. Navy warfare ranges in operation at this time in the Pacific, Atlantic, and the Gulf of Mexico noted in the U.S. Federal Register.

  • U.S. Federal Register Notice on this Final EIS was issued on August 30, 2013.

http://aftteis.com/Portals/4/aftteis/AFTT%20FEIS%20NOA%208-30-13.pdf

http://aftteis.com/Portals/4/aftteis/Letters%20of%20Authorization%20Application/AFTT_MMPA_ITS_Third_Transmittal_Letter.pdf

U.S. Navy Letter to NOAA – December 20, 2012 RE: “Taking of Marine Mammals” in AFFT

http://aftteis.com/DocumentsandReferences/AFTTDocuments/LettersofAuthorizationApplication.aspx

U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/pr/laws/mmpa/

REQUEST FOR REGULATIONS AND LETTERS OF AUTHORIZATION FOR THE INCIDENTAL TAKING OF MARINE MAMMALS RESULTING FROM U.S. NAVY TRAINING AND TESTING ACTIVITIES IN THE ATLANTIC FLEET TRAINING AND TESTING STUDY AREA

Submitted to: Office of Protected Resources – National Marine Fisheries Service

Submitted by: U.S. Navy Commander, United States Fleet Forces Command

September 2012 Final updated December 2012 – FINAL Updated December 2012

http://aftteis.com/Portals/4/aftteis/Letters%20of%20Authorization%20Application/AFTT%20Request%20for%20LOAs_Dec2012%20Revisions.pdf

Takes of Marine Mammals Incidental to Specified Activities; U.S. Navy Training and Testing Activities in the Atlantic Fleet Training and Testing Study Area Proposed Rule: (January 21, 2013 U.S. Federal Register)

https://www.federalregister.gov/articles/2013/01/31/2013-01817/takes-of-marine-mammals-incidental-to-specified-activities-us-navy-training-and-testing-activities

NUWC-NPT Technical Report 12,071A – DRAFT – January 4, 2013

Determination of Acoustic Effects on Marine Mammals and Sea Turtles for the Atlantic Fleet Training and Testing Environmental Impact Statement/Overseas Environmental Impact Statement Marine Species Modeling Team – Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division

Newport, Rhode Island
http://aftteis.com/Portals/4/aftteis/Supporting%20Technical%20Documents/AFTT_TR_12071A_Update_04JAN2013-DRAFT.PDF

U.S. Navy AFTT Supporting Technical Reports – Website:
http://aftteis.com/DocumentsandReferences/AFTTDocuments/SupportingTechnicalDocuments.aspx

The U.S. Navy Final Environmental Impact Statements (EIS/OEIS) were Released on August 30, 2013 for the Hawaii-Southern California Warfare Range Complex:

U.S. Navy Website HSTTEIS Home Page:
http://hstteis.com/Home.aspx

U.S. Navy Documents:
http://hstteis.com/DocumentsandReferences/HSTTDocuments/FinalEISOEIS.aspx

http://hstteis.com/DocumentsandReferences/HSTTDocuments/SupportingTechnicalDocuments.aspx

U.S. Marine Corps Letter to NOAA July 13, 2013 for LOA to Take Marine Mammals at Cherry Point Range Complex North Carolina:

http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/pr/pdfs/permits/usmc_cherrypoint_loa_application.pdf

http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/pr/pdfs/permits/cherrypoint_iha_application2013.pdf

https://www.federalregister.gov/articles/2013/03/29/2013-07305/taking-of-marine-mammals-incidental-to-specified-activities-us-marine-corps-training-exercises-at

Eglin U.S. Air Force Base – NOAA Approval Letter for Taking of Marine Mammals in Gulf of Mexico – August 13, 2013 – Maritime Strike Operations at Eglin Gulf Test & Training Range:
http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/pr/pdfs/permits/eglinafb_strike_iha_issued2013.pdf

U.S. Federal Register NOAA Notice August 22, 2013 – Eglin U.S. Air Force Base
http://www.federalregister.com/Browse/AuxData/8261A34E-8532-4865-AB58-0E7B086BABFC

NOAA/NMFS listing of all “takes” dates back to 2008:
http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/pr/permits/incidental.htm

In June 17, 2009 a Letter from several Senators including Senator Dianne Feinstein & Senator Barbara Boxer to NOAA- is the following statement:

“…In many regions, the Navy plans to increase the number of its exercises or expand the areas in which they may occur, and virtually every coastal state will be affected. Some exercises may occur in the nation’s most biologically sensitive marine habitats, including National Marine Sanctuaries and breeding habitat for the endangered North Atlantic right whale. In all, the Navy anticipates more than 2.3 million takes (significant disruptions in marine mammal foraging, breeding, and other essential behaviors) per year, or 11.7 million takes over the course of a five-year permit…”

*Since the date of this letter massive expansions have taken place with regard to range size and also the addition of many experimental weapons experiments…for more information on “takes” and definition see the links below.

NOAA Website: Note the number and scope of programs where marine mammals are “taken”:
http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/pr/permits/incidental.htm

U.S. Federal Register November 15, 2011 – Lists the Number of Active Range Complexes now in operation in the Pacific, Atlantic & Gulf of Mexico:
http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/pr/pdfs/fr/fr76-70695.pdf

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

50 CFR Parts 216 and 218 – [Docket No. 111019636–1638–01] – RIN 0648–BB53

Taking and Importing Marine Mammals: U.S. Navy Training in 12 Range Complexes and U.S. Air Force Space Vehicle and Test Flight Activities in California – AGENCY: National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Commerce.

  • Hawaii Range Complex (HRC),

  • California (SOCAL) Range Complex,

  • Atlantic Fleet Active Sonar Training (AFAST) Study Area,

  • Jacksonville (JAX) Range Complex,

  • Virginia Capes (VACAPES) Range Complex,

  • Cherry Point (CHPT) Range Complex,

  • Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD),

  • Mariana Islands Range Complex (MIRC),

  • Northwest Training Range Complex (NWTRC),

  • Keyport Range Complex,

  • Gulf of Mexico (GOMEX) Range Complex,

  • Gulf of Alaska Temporary Maritime Activities Area (GOA TMAA).

  • Additionally, in February 2009, U.S. Air Force USAF) space vehicle and test flight activities from Vandenberg Air Force Base (VAFB).

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http://www.stripes.com/25-navy-commanders-dismissed-1.202123

2012: Year in review
25 Navy Commanders Dismissed
By Cristina Silva
Stars & Stripes – Published: December 27, 2012


It is our voice that will make a difference. You may contact your U.S. Senator or U.S. Congressman in Washington, D.C., by calling this toll free number: (1866) 220-0044

See the write-up below for more information:

The U.S. Navy AFTT ATLANTIC FLEET TRAINING AND TESTING Final EIS – Chapter 2 – The description of Proposed Activities does not include new weapons testing with sonar, lasers, and other new weapons systems. It is missing information contained in the individual range complexes which is important to review in order to make an informed public comment.

The Department of the Navy‘s (Navy) Proposed Action is to conduct training and testing activities— that may include the use of active sonar and explosives —primarily within existing range complexes and testing ranges located along the east coast of the United States, the Gulf of Mexico, and Navy pier-side locations, port transit channels, and the lower Chesapeake Bay.

The Proposed Action includes activities such as sonar maintenance and gunnery exercises conducted concurrently with ship transits and that may occur outside of Navy range complexes and testing ranges.

The Proposed Action also includes pier-side sonar testing conducted as part of overhaul, modernization, maintenance, and repair activities at Navy piers, as well as new construction at Navy-contracted shipbuilder locations.

Through this Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)/Overseas Environmental Impact Statement (OEIS), the Navy will:

1. Reassess the environmental analysis of Navy at-sea training and testing activities contained in six separate EISs/OEISs and various Environmental Assessments (EAs)/Overseas Environmental Assessments (OEAs) and consolidate these analyses into a single environmental planning document.

2. This reassessment will support reauthorization of incidental takes of marine mammals under the Marine Mammal Protection Act (MMPA) and incidental takes of threatened and endangered marine species through consultation under Section 7 of the Endangered Species Act (ESA).

3. The following six U.S. Navy Final EIS/OEIS documents for 5-Year Warfare Testing Ranges are being consolidated:

  • Atlantic Fleet Active Sonar Training,
  • Virginia Capes (VACAPES) Range Complex,
  • Navy Cherry Point Range Complex,
  • Jacksonville (JAX) Range Complex,
  • Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division Mission Activities, and the
  • Gulf of Mexico (GOMEX) Range Complex
  • Incorporate the training activities occurring on the Undersea Warfare Training Range contained in the Undersea Warfare Training Range Environmental Impact Statement.

5. Adjust baseline training and testing activities from current levels to the level needed to support Navy training and testing requirements beginning January 2014.

6. As part of the adjustment, the Navy proposes to account for other activities and sound sources not addressed in the previous analyses.

7. Analyze the potential environmental impacts of training and testing activities in additional areas (areas not covered in previous documents) where training and testing historically occurs, including Navy ports, naval shipyards, and Navy-contractor shipyards, and the transit channels serving these areas.

8. Update the at-sea environmental impact analyses in the previous documents to account for force structure changes, including those resulting from the development, testing, and use of weapons, platforms, and systems that will be operational by 2019.

9. Implement enhanced range capabilities.

10. Update environmental analyses with the best available science and most current acoustic analysis methods to evaluate the potential effects of training and testing activities on the marine environment.

U.S. Navy Note: The terms ‘explosive’ and ‘high explosive’ will be used interchangeably throughout the document.

National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

The NOAA Definition of “Take”: “Defined under the MMPA (Marine Mammal Protection Act), as “harass, hunt, capture, kill or collect, or attempt to harass, hunt, capture, kill or collect.” Defined under the ESA (Endangered Species Act) as “to harass, harm, pursue, hunt, shoot, wound, kill, trap, capture, or collect, or to attempt to engage in any such conduct…”

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Pacific Ocean Testing Range

U.S. Navy Map of Proposed Range Expansions in the Pacific, Atlantic & Gulf of Mexico May 11, 2012 (Please note that the Hawaii-Southern California Ranges will be connected.) The Northwest Training Range Complex (Northern California-Oregon-Washington & Idaho), is being expanded to include the Gulf of Alaska. The Atlantic Fleet Range Map will include all existing U.S. Navy 5-Year Warfare Testing Ranges. (The U.S. Navy has now designated these ranges as “study areas” instead of 5-Year Warfare Testing Ranges. U.S. Navy Website:

http://hstteis.com/Portals/0/hstteis/posters/HSTT_EIS_U.S._Navy_At-Sea_Environmental_Planning_Poster.pdf


U.S. NAVY’S TWELVE 5-YEAR WARFARE TESTING PROGRAMS &
THE INCREASING & ONGOING THREAT TO THE GULF OF MEXICO, ATLANTIC & PACIFIC OCEANS

HELP SAVE OUR MARINE MAMMALS & THEIR OCEAN HABITAT TODAY!

A CALL TO TAKE ACTION

By Rosalind Peterson

May 11, 2012

The Washington Post (Associated Press) May 11, 2012 – Revealed today that a “New Navy study says use of sonar, explosives may hurt more marine mammals than once thought”[25]. “…HONOLULU-The U.S. Navy may hurt more dolphins and whales by using sonar and explosives in Hawaii and California under a more thorough analysis that reflects new research and covers naval activities in a wider area than previous studies…” (The Public Comment period for the new U.S. Navy Atlantic/Gulf of Mexico 5-Year Warfare Testing Range that will use bomb blasts and Sonar is from May 11, 2012 through July 10, 2012 [8C]).

The Washington Post also stated: “…The Navy estimates its use of explosives and sonar may unintentionally cause more than 1,600 instances of hearing loss or other injury to marine mammals each year, according to a draft environmental impact statement that covers training and testing planned from 2014 to 2019. The Navy calculates the explosives could potentially kill more than 200 marine mammals a year…” (The Public Comment period for the new U.S. Navy Pacific 5-Year Warfare Testing Range that will use bomb blasts and Sonar is from May 11, 2012 through July 10, 2012 [8B]).

What do your Elected Officials Know?

In a letter to NOAA, dated June 19, 2009, several U.S. Senators, including U.S. Senator Feinstein and U.S. Congressman Henry Waxman, stated: “…In many regions, the Navy plans to increase the number of its exercises or expand the areas in which they may occur, and virtually every coastal state will be affected. Some exercises may occur in the nation’s most biologically sensitive marine habitats, including National Marine Sanctuaries and breeding habitat for the endangered North Atlantic right
whale. In all, the Navy anticipates more than 2.3 million takes (significant disruptions in
marine mammal foraging, breeding, and other essential behaviors) per year, or 11.7 million takes over the course of a five-year permit…”[2]

National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

The NOAA Definition of “Take”: “Defined under the MMPA (Marine Mammal Protection Act), as “harass, hunt, capture, kill or collect, or attempt to harass, hunt, capture, kill or collect.” Defined under the ESA (Endangered Species Act) as “to harass, harm, pursue, hunt, shoot, wound, kill, trap, capture, or collect, or to attempt to engage in any such conduct…”[3]

On January 19, 2010, NOAA (Dr. Jane Lubchenco), sent a letter to Ms. Nancy Sutley, Chair, Council on Environmental Quality that states: “…In the Environmental Assessments, NMFS (National Marine Fisheries Service-NOAA), also identified the relevant uncertainties regarding the impacts of the proposed training on marine mammals. Two are worth highlighting:

  • One involves lack of knowledge about the mechanism whereby some species of marine mammals…are adversely affected by mid-frequency sonar.
  • The other concerns the difficulties of limiting the impact of active sonar where the mitigation efforts depend on visual sighting of whales…”

Dr. Jane Lubchenco, NOAA Administrator, shortly after approving the “taking” of marine mammals in the U.S. Navy’s NWTRC (Northern California, Oregon, Washington & Idaho), made this brief statement after audience prompting, in a Meeting in Ukiah, California on December 9, 2010: “…”also an area where I have serious concerns. We are in active discussions with the Navy. There is a lot we don’t know about the impact of sonar on whales, and we will continue to get the information we need to reach the best possible outcomes…” The answer raises an obvious question: “How does NOAA approve the “taking” of marine mammals when there are still unresolved questions about the impact of sonar on whales?”

With respect to military readiness activities, the MMPA defines ‘‘harassment’’ as: “…(i) any act that injures or has the significant potential to injure a marine mammal or marine mammal stock in the wild [Level A Harassment]; or (ii) any act that disturbs or is likely to disturb a marine mammal or marine mammal stock in the wild by causing disruption of natural behavioral patterns, including, but not limited to, migration, surfacing, nursing, breeding, feeding, or sheltering, to a point where such behavioral patterns are abandoned or significantly altered [Level B Harassment]…training activities may expose some of the marine mammals present in the area to sound from various mid-frequency and high-frequency active tactical sonar sources or to pressure from underwater detonations..” [3]

One of the most recent, and shocking, NOAA permits allowing for the taking of thousands of marine mammals by the U.S. Navy in the Southern California Range Complex [19].Take a look at the graphs on this Navy document which lists the thousands of marine mammals that the Navy intends to “take” between 2012-2014.

U.S. Warfare Training Range History & U.S. Cooperating Agencies

Starting under the Bush Administration and continuing under the Obama Administration, twelve U.S. Navy 5-Year Warfare Testing Range Complexes, initiated between 2008 and 2012, are in full operation in the Gulf of Mexico, the Atlantic, and the Pacific. [7] The tragic oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is still threatening local economies, human health, the fishing and tourism industry. The oil and Corexit pollution has been threatening this environment for years.

Adding to this ongoing problem in the Gulf of Mexico, the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Air Force, with permits approval by NOAA (National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration), have now started another assault on this area using multifaceted warfare testing experiments that include bomb blasts, sonar use, missile exercises, and the testing of new weapons systems. NOAA has issued permits allowing the U.S. Navy to “take” marine mammals in the Gulf of Mexico, the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans areas[4-7].

NOAA (U.S. Department of Commerce – National Marine Fisheries Service), had previously approved the “taking” of marine mammals in the Gulf of Mexico. And then NOAA, in the first few months during the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, admitted that they knew little about the marine environment in this underwater area. Now NOAA has issued permits to the U.S. Navy and Air Force for 5-Years of warfare testing in the Gulf of Mexico (December 19, 2011 [4+6-7]), and in other areas, which may exacerbate the current environmental problems in the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean. [4]

Using the Earth & Inhabitants as Test Subjects

Our oceans and land areas, in the Pacific, Atlantic, and the Gulf of Mexico along with all inhabitants, are to be used as warfare test guinea pigs without public consent, debate, U.S. Congressional hearings or any public oversight.

Drone Weapons Testing & Surveillance Over the United States

In addition, the U.S. Navy is now working to expand their drone operations over the United States. In Oregon, a new draft Navy Environmental Impact Statement is due out this spring for public comment [9]. Drones carrying and testing bombs, new weapons systems, testing new types of drones, and surveillance over land and ocean areas are planned for our future. Compounding this issue, as reported by The Guardian.co.uk on April 2, 2012, “…American scientists have drawn up plans for a new generation of nuclear-powered drones capable of flying over remote regions of the world for months on end without refueling…” [20]. In addition, there is increasing drone surveillance leading to questions over public privacy in the U.S. Accidents are increasing as police departments in Texas and other areas are increasing drone usage [21-22].

Marine Mammal Mitigation Measures – Effective Only 9% of the Time

Mitigation measures, to protect marine mammals from sonar, are effective only 9% of the time according to NOAA & the U.S. Navy. Fish, birds, ocean habitats, feeding and breeding grounds, biologically sensitive areas, and human health, are not protected by any government agency in most areas of the Gulf of Mexico from military weapons testing. The U.S. Navy is using toxic chemicals, sonar, missile exercises, bomb blasts and other types of new weapons testing which threaten the Gulf of Mexico and many areas in the Atlantic Ocean.[7] U.S. Navy and Air Force bomb blasts could trigger earthquakes or create underwater fissures causing more oil leaks in the Gulf of Mexico. Fragile, capped, oil wells in the Gulf could be damaged and start leaking as bomb blasts rock the Gulf during the next five years of warfare testing.

Ocean Problems = Dead Zones & Military Dumping of Old Toxic Arsenals

We do know that many toxic chemicals are found in all ocean areas along with numerous dead zones(12-13). According to a New York Times article on July 20, 2010: “…The Gulf’s floor is littered with bombs, chemical weapons and other ordnance dumped in the middle of last century, even in areas busy with drilling, and miles outside of designated dumping zones, according to experts who work on Deepwater hazard surveys…”[14] In many ocean areas, including the Gulf of Mexico, military dumping of arsenals, in the past, which now reside on ocean bottom areas and contain toxic chemicals which already may be leaking, could be disturbed by these bomb blasts and other warfare testing exercises(14).

Types of Warfare Testing to be Used in Our Oceans & Over Land Areas

The Navy Warfare Testing Program will, according to their E.I.S. documents: “…utilize mid- and high frequency active sonar sources and explosive detonations. These sonar and explosive sources will be utilized during Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) Tracking Exercises, Mine Avoidance Training, Extended Echo Ranging and Improved Extended Echo Ranging (EER/IEER) events, Missile Exercises, Gunnery Exercises, Bombing Exercises, Sinking Exercises, and Mine Warfare Training…”(8)

U.S. Navy Warfare Chemical Menu

The “Navy Warfare Chemical Menu” [6], will contaminate air, water, the ocean, and soil. Their list of toxic chemicals is a long one as noted in various Navy E.I.S documents: Depleted uranium, red and white phosphorus, cadmium, lead, perchlorate, titanium oxide, atmospheric releases of aluminum oxide (from U.S. Navy C.A.R.E. Atmospheric Experiments over East Coast of U.S. [16-17]), Chaff releases (aluminum coated fiberglass particulates), and a whole host of chemicals known to be toxic not only to man, but to marine life and fish, are being served up on this menu. In addition, highly classified weapons systems are also to be used during these 5-Year Warfare Testing Experiments over both land and ocean areas in the Pacific, Atlantic, and the Gulf of Mexico [7].

12 U.S. Navy 5-Year Warfare Ranges Now in Full Operation in Pacific, Atlantic & Gulf of Mexico

Many new 5-Year Navy Warfare programs are to be implemented in the near future and twelve have already been approved (between 2008 and 2012), by NOAA and are underway in the Gulf of Mexico, Atlantic and Pacific Ocean areas including over land areas as new drones (carrying and testing weapons – U.S. Navy Boardman Range Complex), and surveillance systems are being tested over both land and ocean areas. [7-9]

Proposed Expansions of Existing Ranges & Proposed New Ranges

The U.S. Navy has just introduced two new very large 5-Year warfare ranges complexes in the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans which will both need permits from NOAA to “take” marine mammals [8]. The Public Comment Period for the Atlantic Fleet Warfare Training and Testing Range is from May 11, 2012, through July 10, 2012. Their new environmental impact statement is now online. This map for this 5-Year Warfare Range is stunning because it covers training from the state of Maine to Florida and includes the Gulf of Mexico [8C]

The Public Comment Period for the new U.S. Navy Pacific Range Complex is from May 11, 2012, through July 10, 2012. This is one of the largest 5-Year Warfare ranges in the Pacific and their draft environmental impact statement is now online. The U.S. Navy Extent Map is stunning when one views the scope of the area in which U.S. Navy testing will occur [8B].

No U.S. Congressional Hearing Held on this Issue & None Planned in the Future (WHY?)

Our U.S. Senators and members of the U.S. House have refused, so far, to postpone these disastrous “takings” or hold U.S. Congressional Hearings while pretending to be ocean environment friendly in their re-election speeches. In addition to refusing to be interviewed by the press with regard to this issue (only a few exceptions), all of our elected officials have steadfastly refused to hold U.S. Congressional hearings in order to protect our marine mammals, fish, birds, endangered species, and human health.

National Cancer Institute Report: “…The military is a major source of toxic occupational and environmental exposures that can increase cancer risk…”

The U.S. Congress, NOAA, and the U.S. Navy are ignoring Chapter 5 of the April 2010, Report of the NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE – PRESIDENT’S CANCER PANEL“Exposure to Contaminants and Other Hazards from Military Sources”[11]. We do know that the U.S. Navy and the Air Force will be using toxic chemicals and other contaminants in the Gulf of Mexico and other ocean areas. We can’t afford to go forward with new forms of ocean and land contamination from these 5-Year Warfare Testing Experiments until these issues are examined. Hearings should be held by the U.S. Congress in order to protect human, and ocean health, the health of our marine mammals, and our coastal fishing industries. It is time for all of us to step up and say “NO” to the U.S. Navy and Air Force War on our oceans.

“Military Training in the Middle of Miami Jolts Residents Out of Bed” Terrifying U.S. Citizens

In other news, the U.S. Army decided that none of the hundreds of thousands of acres which all branches of the military now have to conduct warfare training was enough for “realistic training”. Thus, on May 8, 2012, the Miami Herald reported the U.S. Army scaring citizens out of their wits the following news report [24]:

“…there was the thunderous whump whump of low-flying helicopters, and even the jarring blast of explosions at the abandoned Grand Bay Hotel in Coconut Grove early Tuesday during a military training exercise that jolted many unsuspecting residents from their beds. “It was quite a shocking experience,” said Jane Muir, who was awakened around 1:45 a.m. by the sound of military choppers…”

“The show of force was so overwhelming,” she said…The maneuvers were part of a “realistic urban training” exercise…organized by the U.S. Special Operations Command, said Maj. Michael Burns, a U.S. Army spokesman…“They have to train in a realistic environment,” Burns said. “We didn’t use any real bullets,” he added…” Question: Just when will the U.S. Navy, or other branches of our military, use the excuse of “realistic practice” invade one of our coastal towns frightening local residents? This behavior is unacceptable!

TAKE ACTION TODAY TO PROTECT OUR OCEANS!

With the recent Gulf of Mexico oil spill and many areas still struggling with the aftermath, all we need now is to subject this area and the people who live there to another ecological disaster that began this year. Expanding and initiating warfare testing in more areas of the Pacific, the Atlantic, and the Gulf of Mexico, will also spell disaster for millions of marine mammals, and fish, and their habitats. We do not elect to be the guinea pigs for these experiments or to have our oceans used for massive warfare testing. Say “no” today…Ask for U.S. Congressional Hearings to protect human health and our marine mammals. (Call Your Elected Officials in Washington, D.C. Toll Free: (1866) 220-0044)

Respectfully,

 

Rosalind Peterson

Post Office Box 499, Redwood Valley, CA 95470

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1, USA TODAY News: “Navy Plans Could Affect More Marine Mammals” August 5, 2010

USA TODAY revealed bad news for our oceans when they published a news story titled: “Navy Plans Could Affect More Marine Mammals” on August 5, 2010 [1]. According to USA Today news article, backed up by federal documents from the U.S. Navy and NOAA: “…The Navy plans to increase ocean warfare exercises, conduct more sonar tests and expand coastal training…activities that could injure hundreds of thousands of marine mammals or disturb their habitats…”

http://www.usatoday.com/news/washington/environment/2010-08-05-navymammals05_ST_N.htm?csp=34news

2, Many U.S. Navy, U.S. Air Force, Environmental Impact Statements, U.S. Congressional Letters, and NOAA Documents regarding these 5-Year Warfare Testing programs are located on the following website: http://www.warcosts.net/u-s-navy/

3, NOAA Definition of “TAKE” and a listing of U.S. Navy & Air Force requests for permits to “take” marine mammals in the Atlantic, Pacific, and the Gulf of Mexico.

http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/pr/glossary.htm

4, NOAA Current Incidental “Take” Permit Requests & Authorizations – NOAA Website:

http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/pr/permits/incidental.htm

5, Eglin Air Force Base’s NEODS Training Operations LOA to NOAA – Gulf of Mexico:

http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/pr/pdfs/permits/eglin_neods_loa2009.pdf

6, Navy’s Gulf of Mexico Range Complex Training Exercises LOA Application & NOAA Approval:

http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/pr/pdfs/permits/gomex_loa_application.pdf

NOAA issued LOA for the U.S. Navy to take Marine Mammals in the Gulf of Mexico on March 17, 2011:

http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/pr/pdfs/permits/gomex_loa_issued2011.pdf

Annual Range Complex Reports-Atlantic Ranges 2011 and 2012:

http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/pr/pdfs/permits/exercisereport2011_vacapes_chpt_jax_gomex.pdf

http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/pr/pdfs/permits/monitoringreport2011_vacapes_chpt_jax_gomex.pdf

Partial Listing of Toxic Chemicals of the hundreds used in Navy Ranges: Depleted Uranium, Red & White Phosphorus, Chaff (Aluminum Coated Fiberglass Particles), Cadmium, Chromium, Copper, Iron, Lead, Mercury, Manganese, Aromatic Hydrocarbons, Benzene, Toluene, Xylene, Naphthalene, Barium Chromate, Hydrogen Cyanide, Potassium Perchlorate, Jet & Rocket Fuel Emissions, Titanium Compounds…and more.

7, U.S. Federal Register – November 15, 2011 – Listing of All Twelve Approved U.S. Navy & Air Force 5- Year Warfare Testing Ranges: http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/pr/pdfs/fr/fr76-70695.pdf

Between January 2009 and May 2011, pursuant to the Marine Mammal Protection Act (MMPA), (NOAA) NMFS (National Marine Fisheries Service), issued 5-year warfare testing final regulations to govern the taking of marine mammals incidental to Navy training and associated activities conducted in:

Gulf of Mexico Range Complex Project Documents:

http://www.gomexrangecomplexeis.com/OtherResources.aspx

  • Gulf of Alaska Temporary Maritime Activities Area (GOA TMAA).
  • Additionally, in February 2009, pursuant to the MMPA, NMFS issued 5-year regulations to govern the taking of marine mammals incidental to U.S. Air Force (USAF) space vehicle and test flight activities from Vandenberg Air Force Base (VAFB).
  • U.S. Navy East Coast LOA May 2008: http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/pr/pdfs/permits/uswtr_loa.pdf

8, U.S. NAVY is expanding or adding new 5-Year Warfare testing ranges at a staggering rate in the Pacific, Atlantic, and the Gulf of Mexico:

A. Proposed New U.S. Navy 5-Year Warfare Testing Range Expansion include the NWTRC and the Alaska Range Complexes: https://nwtteis.com/

(Please note that the U.S. Navy closed Public Comment for this NWTT Range Expansion without revealing this information about their new study regarding new threats to marine mammals from sonar and bomb blasts to the public prior to the date that the public comment period expired on April 27, 2012.)

The U.S. Navy has introduced two new very large 5-Year warfare ranges complexes in the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans which will both need permits from NOAA to “take” marine mammals:

B. The one in the Pacific Ocean will connect the area between the ongoing Hawaii warfare range complex and the Southern California warfare range complex. This new U.S. Navy 5-Year Warfare Hawaii-Southern California Range Complex Training & Testing Environmental Impact Statement Notice of Intent in the U.S. Federal Register on July 15, 2010 U.S. Navy Website: http://hstteis.com/

The U.S. Navy Public Comment Period for their draft Environmental Impact Statement (now online), is from May 11, 2012 through July 10, 2012.

C. The new one in the Atlantic/Gulf of Mexico (U.S. Navy 5-Year Warfare Atlantic Fleet Training and Testing Complex/Range) is even larger than the one in the Pacific… Notice of Intent in the U.S. Federal Register on July 15, 2010 – U.S. Navy Website: http://www.aftteis.com/

  • The U.S. Navy Public Comment Period for their draft Environmental Impact Statement (now online), is from May 11, 2012 through July 10, 2012.

9, U.S. Navy Boardman Range Complex Proposed Drone Test Range Expansion:

http://nwstfboardmaneis.com/Home.aspx

10, KTVU Channel 2 Oakland/San Francisco Report on the Northern California 5-Year Warfare Testing Experiments: http://www.ktvu.com/news/19499224/detail.html

11, Reducing Environmental Cancer Risk Annual Report NCI Presidential Cancer Panel Report April 2010: http://deainfo.nci.nih.gov/advisory/pcp/pcp08-09rpt/PCP_Report_08-09_508.pdf

REDUCING ENVIRONMENTAL CANCER RISK 2008-2009 ANNUAL REPORT

HISTORY & “WHAT WE CAN DO NOW”

NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE – PRESIDENT’S CANCER PANEL

See: Chapter 5 Exposure to Contaminants and Other Hazards from Military Sources

Summary: “…The military is a major source of toxic occupational and environmental exposures that can increase cancer risk.Information is available about some military activities that have directly or indirectly exposed military and civilian personnel to carcinogens and contaminated soil and water in numerous locations in the United States and abroad…Nearly 900 Superfund sites are abandoned military facilities or facilities that produced materials and products for or otherwise supported military needs. Some of these sites and the areas surrounding them became heavily contaminated due to improper storage and disposal of known or suspected carcinogens including solvents, machining oils, metalworking fluids, and metals. In some cases, these contaminants have spread far beyond their points of origin because they have been transported by wind currents or have leached into drinking water supplies.

12, July 6, 2010 Arsenic Levels Rise in Gulf of Mexico Herald Sun News

http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/more-bad-news-for-bp-as-arsenic-levels-rise-around-gul

13, Scientific American August 15, 2008 Oceanic Dead Zones and Maps

http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=oceanic-dead-zones-spread

14, The New York Times July 20, 2010 “The Gulf of Mexico Has Long Been A Dumping Site:

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/07/30/us/30gulf.html?_r=2&th&emc=th

“…The gulf’s floor is littered with bombs, chemical weapons and other ordnance dumped in the middle of last century, even in areas busy with drilling, and miles outside of designated dumping zones, according to experts who work on deepwater hazard surveys…”

15, NOAA 2008 State of Coral Reefs Report & Information:

http://ccma.nos.noaa.gov/ecosystems/coralreef/coral2008/landing.aspx

16, U.S. Navy / NASA C.A.R.E. (Charged Aerosol Release Experiment), September 19, 2009 Aluminum Oxide Dust Cloud Released Over the East Coast of the United States using a NASA Brandt Rocket: http://www.nasa.gov/centers/wallops/CARE.html

17, U.S. Navy / NASA C.A.R.E. Experiment –“…CARE’s principal investigator, Paul Bernhardt of the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington: “The CARE experiment could also pave the way for future launches that would use the uppermost part of Earth’s atmosphere as a large physics laboratory for studying charged dust…Dusty plasmas, like those that will be created in the CARE (aluminum oxide dust cloud) experiment…” No Congressional or public oversight necessary for these types of programs.

(Note: Release of Aluminum Oxide or Sulfur particles into the atmosphere to deflect direct sunlight from reaching the Earth was promoted in three U.S. House Science & Technology Congressional Hearings (2009-2010), and an AAAS Geoengineering Presentation (2010), by Geoengineering promoters David Keith & Ken Caldeira.)

http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn17822-artificial-cloud-created-at-the-edge-of-space

18, Groups Sue U.S. Navy Over Sonar Use off Northwest Coast

By GENE JOHNSON | Associated Press – January 26, 2012

http://news.yahoo.com/groups-sue-over-navy-sonar-off-northwest-coast-150339575.html

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – January 26, 2012 2:45 PM

“…SEATTLE (AP) — Conservationists and Native American tribes are suing over the Navy’s expanded use of sonar in training exercises off the Washington, Oregon and California coasts, saying the noise can harass and kill whales and other marine life…” Earth Justice

19, U.S. Navy Southern California Listing of Marine Mammals the want to “take” during operations in the Southern California 5-Year Warfare Testing Range between 2012-2014:

http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/pr/pdfs/permits/socal_loa_application.pdf

20, The U.S. Working on New Plans to Use Nuclear Powered Drones – April 2, 2012 – The Guardian.co.uk News http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/apr/02/us-plans-nuclear-drones/print
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/apr/02/us-plans-nuclear-drones/print

21, October 29, 2011 Drones in the News – United States:

http://gritsforbreakfast.blogspot.com/2011/10/droning-on-in-montgomery-county.html?utm_source=feedblitz&utm_medium=FeedBlitzEmail&utm_content=79553&utm_campaign=0

22, March 5, 2012 – Texas cops hit obstacles (and their own truck) testing UAVs; drones coming anyway – High maintenance costs, frequent errors and crashes slow tests in various Texas police agencies

http://www.itworld.com/print/255830

23, Police departments Wait for FAA Clearance to Fly Drones – April 29, 2012 – McClatchy-Tribune News

http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2012/04/29/147099/police-departments-wait-for-faa.html

24, Miami Herald News May 8, 2012 “Military Training in the Middle of Miami Jolts Residents Out of Bed” Terrifying U.S. Citizens

http://www.miamiherald.com/2012/05/08/2789687/military-training-in-the-middle.html

25, The Washington Post (Associated Press) May 11, 2012 – “New Navy study says use of sonar, explosives may hurt more marine mammals than once thought”

http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/energy-environment/new-study-says-navys-use-of-sonar-explosives-may-hurt-more-marine-mammals-than-once-thought/2012/05/10/gIQAMYatGU_story.html

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U.S. Navy Atlantic fleet 5 year warfare testing ranges

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U.S. Navy vs nature

17 1 2012 U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet 5-Year Warfare Testing Range Complex Map May 11, 2012.pdf


317 1 2012 PETITION-To PROTECT the Pacific, Atlantic & Gulf of Mexico from UNLIMITED & UNCONTROLLED U.S. NAVY Weapons Testing.pdf

317 1 2012 U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet 5-Year Warfare Testing Range Complex Map May 11, 2012.pdf

317 1 2012 U.S. Navy Cartoon-No Visual Sightings-Bombs Away-Sonarize the Oceans.pdf

317 1 2012 U.S. NAVY VS NATURE POSTCARD.pdf

317A 1 2009 U.S. Navy Range Complex United States Map-Atlantic, Pacific+Gulf of Mexico.pdf

317A 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Testing & Training Range Proposed Actionand Alternatives Website May 5, 2012.pdf

317A 1 2012 U.S. Navy Criteria+Thresholds for U.S. Navy Acoustic+Explosive Effects Analysis April 2012.pdf

317A 1 2012 U.S. Navy Determination of Acoustic Effects on Marine Mammals+Sea Turtles for the Atlantic AFTT Draft EIS March 12, 2012 FINAL.pdf

317A 1 2012 U.S. Navy Determination of Acoustic Effects-Marine Mammals+Sea Turtles-Hawaii-Southern CA March 12, 2012 Final Report.pdf

317A 1 2012 U.S. Navy Marine Mammal Dive Distribution+Group Size Parameters-Navy Training+Testing Areas Atlantic+Pacific March 12, 2012.pdf

317A 1 2012 U.S. NAVY MARINE MAMMAL STRANDINGS ASSOCIATED WITH NAVY SONAR ACTIVITIES-Stranding Report April 2012.pdf

317A 1 2012 U.S. Navy Marine Mammal Strandings Associated With U.S. Navy Sonar Activities Website April 2012 Draft EIS-OEIS.pdf

317A 2 2011 U.S. Navy Final Atlantic Annual Range Exercises Report 2011-Three Range Complexes+Gulf of Mexico Range FEB 2012 See MAP.pdf

317A 3 2010 U.S. Navy 5-Year Warfare NWTRC Range Final EIS NWTRC-Section 3.3 Hazardous Materials September 10, 2010.pdf

317A 3 2010 U.S. Navy U.S. MAP-Gulf of Mexico+Atlantic Phase I+II 5-Year Warfare Testing Ranges Pacific+Atlantic Navy Website OCT 1, 2010.pdf

317A 4 2009 U.S. Navy June 19, 2009 Seven U.S. Senators Letter to NOAA – Harm to Marine Mammals-Very Important Letter.pdf

317A 4 2009 U.S. NAVY MAP 5-YEAR WARFARE TESTING RANGE COMPLEX MAPS OF THE United States+Island Areas afasteis.gcsaid.com.pdf

317A 4 2009 U.S. Navy Map of Atlantic Ocean Range Complexes East Coast 3_Fleet_Concentration[1] August 9, 2009.pdf

317A 5 2008 U.S. Navy Five-Year Warfare Testing Range Complexes United States+Island Maps afasteis.gcsaid.com.pdf

317AF 1 2010 U.S. Navy AFTT Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range U.S. Federal Register Notice of Intent Juy 15, 2010.pdf

317AF 1 2012 U.S. Navy AFTT U.S. Federal Register Notices May 11, 2012.pdf

317AN 1 2012 Two U.S. Navy Ships Collide Damaging Both Ships-Pacific Ocean May 16, 2012 OregonLive+AP News.pdf

317B 1 2012 AFTT A U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Complex Home Page+MAP-Website May 25, 2012.pdf

317B 1 2012 AFTT A U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Public Meetings on Draft EIS May 30, 2012 June 12, 2012 Website.pdf

317B 1 2012 AFTT B U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Background Information+Maps.pdf

317B 1 2012 AFTT C U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Public Comments-How to Comment Website May 5, 2012.pdf

317B 1 2012 AFTT D U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Complex Community Involvement May 5, 2012.pdf

317B 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Draft EIS Open House Public Meetings May 30, 2012 through June 2012.pdf

317B 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Draft EIS Supporting+Technical Documents Website May 2012.pdf

317B 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Draft EIS Volume 1 Chapter 3.2 Air Quality Section May 2012.pdf

317B 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Draft EIS Volume 1-Chapter 1 Introduction-Purpose+Need May 5, 2012.pdf

317B 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Draft EIS Volume 1-Chapter 2 Description Preferred Alternative May 5, 2012.pdf

317B 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Draft EIS Volume 1-Chapter 3.1 Cultural Resources May 2012.pdf

317B 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Draft EIS Volume 1-Chapter 3.1 Sediments+Water Quality May 2012.pdf

317B 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Draft EIS Volume 1-Chapter 3.11 Socioeconomic Resources May 2012.pdf

317B 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Draft EIS Volume 1-Chapter 3.12 Public Health+Safety May 2012.pdf

317B 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing RAnge Draft EIS Volume 1-Chapter 3.3 Marine Habitats May 2012.pdf

317B 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Draft EIS Volume 1-Chapter 3.5 Sea Turtles+Ohter Marine Reptiles May 2012.pdf

317B 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Draft EIS Volume 1-Chapter 3.6 Birds May 2012.pdf

317B 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Draft EIS Volume 1-Chapter 3.8 Marine Invertebrates May 2012.pdf

317B 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Draft EIS Volume 1-Chapter 3.9 Fish May 2012.pdf

317B 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Draft EIS Volume 1-Chapter 4 Cumulative Impacts May 2012.pdf

317B 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Draft EIS Volume 1-Chapters 1-3 May 5, 2012 Website.pdf

317B 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Draft EIS Volume 1-Chapters 4-8 May 2012.pdf

317B 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Draft EIS Volume 1-Front Materials May 5, 2012 Executive Summary.pdf

317B 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Draft EIS Volume 2-Chapter 3.4 Marine Mammals Website May 5, 2012.pdf

317B 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Draft EIS Volume 3-Chapter 3.7 Marine Vegetation May 5, 2012.pdf

317B 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Draft EIS Volume 4-Appendices May 5, 2012 20120419.pdf

317B 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Website Draft EIS-OEIS Notifications Website May 25, 2012.pdf

317B 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Website Range Complex DEFINITIONS May 5, 2012.pdf

317B 3 2010 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Website MAP Environment Draft EIS-OEIS July 15, 2010.pdf

317BA 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Ecosystem Final Technical Report April 13, 2012.pdf

317BA 1 2012 U.S. Navy Criteria+Final Report Thresholds for Navy Acoustic+Explosive Effects Analysis April 2012.pdf

317BA 3 2010 U.S. Navy-NOAA Final Marine Species Monitoring Report February 2010 Virginia Capes-Cherry Point-Jacksonville Ranges.pdf

317BD 3 2010 U.S. Navy NAVFAC Final USWTR Seafloor Mapping Report JAX OPAREA USTWTR Jacksonville-Florida December 31, 2010.pdf

317BF 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Federal Register Notice May 11, 2012 AFTT EIS Draft+Public Comment Period U.S. Navy 2012-11410.pdf

317BF 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Correction U.S. Federal Register Notice May 18, 2012.pdf

317BF 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleeting Training+Testing Range Public Meeting Notice U.S. Federal Register May 11, 2012.pdf

317BF 3 2010 U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing E.I.S. July 15, 2010 U.S. Federal Register Notice of Intent.pdf

317BH 4 2009 U.S. Air Force Directed Energy Bioeffects Divsion-Radio Frequency Radiation Branch Handbook 5th Editor July 2009.pdf

317BN 1 2012 U.S. Senator Levin-Counterfeit Military Parts from China Pose Significant Safety Risk-Aircraft+More May 22, 2012 CNN Report.pdf

317BN 4 2009 SAIC Awarded $25 Million Task Order by GSA-Support U.S. Navy Region Southeast NOV 23, 2009.pdf

317BP 3 2010 U.S. Congressman Thompson Letter to the U.S. Navy October 8, 2010 VERY IMPORTANT LETTER.pdf

317BP 4 2009 Letter Dated April 9, 2009 to the U.S. Navy From Oregon Senators Wyden & Merkley on the U.S. Navy NWTRC.pdf

317BP 4 2009 Letter Dated February 6, 2009 From Oregon U.S. Senators+U.S. House Representatives to Secretary of the Navy on NWTRC.pdf

317BP 4 2009 Press Release by Oregon Senators Question Navy Warfare Program April 9, 2009 U.S. Navy NWTRC.pdf

317BP 4 2009 Press Release May 28, 2009 by U.S. Congressman Thompson on the U.S. Navy NWTRC+NOAA Warfare Testing Issues.pdf

317BW 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Complex Important to Conduct Warfare Testing Everywhere May 5, 2012.pdf

317BW 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range General Information Website May 5, 2012.pdf

317BW 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range in the Atlantic Ocean Website May 5, 2012 General Information.pdf

317BW 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Natural Resources Website-Latest Science+Technology May 5, 2012.pdf

317BW 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Warfare Testing Area-Atlantic Website May 5, 2012.pdf

317BW 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Website May 5, 2012 Forgot to Mention Marine Mammal TAKES.pdf

317BW 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Training+Testing Fleet Prepares EIS OEIS-Why is the Navy Preparing an EIS Website May 5, 2012.pdf

317BW 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Ongoing Marine Mammal Protective Measures Effective Only 9 Percent of the Time Website May 5, 2012.pdf

317BW 1 2012 U.S. Navy AFTT Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Range Commercial Fishing+Recreational Interests Website Mary 5, 2012.pdf

317BX 3 2010 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Draft EIS Proposed Action+Alternatives Fact Sheet August-September 2010.pdf

317BX 3 2010 U.S. Navy AFTT Atlantic Fleet U.S. Navy Training+Testing Draft E.I.S. Website July 15, 2010 http___www.aftteis.pdf

317BZ 1 2012 AFTT U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training+Testing Area Map Website May 5, 2012 Study Area Partial Englarged Map.pdf

317C 1 2012 U.S. Navy Determination of Acoustic Effects on Marine Mammals+Sea Turtles for the Atlantic AFTT Draft EIS March 12, 2012 FINAL.pdf

317C 1 2012 U.S. Navy Dive Distribution+Group Size Parameters for Marine Species All Ocean Areas March 12, 2012 Final NUWC-TD-12,085.pdf

317C 1 2012 U.S. Navy NMSDD Final Technical Report Appendix A+Table of Contents March 30, 2012 Part 2 MARINE MAMMALS.pdf

317C 1 2012 U.S. Navy NMSDD Final Technical Report-Also See Marine Mammal Worldwide Distrution Map May 20, 2012 Part 3.pdf

317C 1 2012 U.S. Navy Technical Report NMSDD Marine Species Density Database Final Technical Report March 30, 2012 NAVFAC Part 1.pdf

317C 2 2011 U.S. Navy Final NAVFAC Atlantic CC Range Habitat Characterization Final Report January 14, 2011.pdf

317CN 5 2008 New Breeding Ground for Endangered Whales-Right Whales Seen in Gulf of Maine DEC 31, 2008 SDNews.pdf

317D 2 2011 U.S. Navy AFAST Atlantic Fleet Active Sonar Training Annual Range Complex Exercise Report August 2, 2010 to August 1, 2011.pdf

317D 3 2010 U.S. Navy AFAST Active Sonar Training Overseas Environmental Impact Statement Final EIS-OEIS Home Page Website DEC 18, 2010.pdf

317D 3 2010 U.S. Navy AFAST Atlantic Fleet Active Sonar Training E.I.S. O.E.I.S. Website May 21, 2010 http___afasteis.gcsaic.pdf

317D 3 2010 U.S. Navy AFAST Atlantic Fleet Active Sonar Training Final EIS+OEIS Documents Website December 18, 2010.pdf

317D 3 2010 U.S. Navy AFAST Atlantic Fleet Active Sonar Training Final EIS-OEIS July 15, 2010 Range Complex MAP.pdf

317D 4 2009 U.S. Navy AFAST Atlantic Fleet Active Sonar Training Announces U.S. Navy Record of Decision January 23, 2009.pdf

317D 4 2009 U.S. Navy AFAST Atlantic Fleet Active Sonar Training Complex Information Website-Final EIS-OEIS Table of Contents AUG 8, 2009.pdf

317D 4 2009 U.S. Navy AFAST Atlantic Fleet Active Sonar Training Description+Definitions Website August 8, 2009.pdf

317D 4 2009 U.S. Navy AFAST Atlantic Fleet Active Sonar Training Range Complex Table of Contents Final E.I.S Website August 8, 2009.pdf

317D 4 2009 U.S. Navy AFAST Atlantic Fleet Active Sonar Training Website August 8, 2009 Links http___afasteis.gcsaic.pdf

317D 4 2009 U.S. Navy AFAST Atlantic Fleet Active Sonar Training Website August 8, 2009 Search Complex Listing+NEPA+Links.pdf

317D 4 2009 U.S. Navy AFAST Atlantic Fleet Active Sonar Training Website August 8, 2009 Website+Proposed Actions-No Longer Online.pdf

317D 4 2009 U.S. Navy AFAST Atlantic Fleet Active Sonar Training Website Home Page http___afasteis.gcsaic Website August 10, 2009.pdf

317D 4 2009 U.S. Navy AFAST Atlantic Fleet Sonrar Training+Testing Announces Record of Decision on January 23, 2009.pdf

317D 4 2009 U.S. Navy Range Complex United States MAPS-See AFAST Big Picture UnitedStatesafasteis.gcsaid.zl6.pdf

317D 5 2008 U.S. Navy AFAST Atlantic Fellet Active Sonar Training EIS Executive Summary+Atlantic & Gulf of Mexico Range MAP DEC 2008.pdf

317D 5 2008 U.S. Navy AFAST Atlantic Fleet Sonar Training Final EIS-OEIS Environmental Impact Statement December 12, 2008.pdf

317D 5 2008 U.S. Navy AFAST Final Atlantic Fleet Active Sonar Training EIS-OEIS December 12, 2008.pdf

317D 5 2008 U.S. Navy AFAST Final Atlantic Sonar Training EIS-OEIS Appendices A-J December 2008.pdf

317D 5 2008 U.S. Navy AFAST Final EIS-OEIS Executive Summary+MAP December 2008.pdf

317DA 2 2011 NOAA LOA Issued-U.S. Navy for AFAST Atlantic Acitve Sonar FEB 7, 2011 NOAA Letter of Authorization-TAKE Marine Mammals.pdf

317DA 2 2011 NOAA-NMFS LOA to U.S. Navy AFAST for the Taking of Marine Mammals December 19, 2011 Biological Opinion.pdf

317DA 2 2011 U.S. Navy AFAST Atlantic Fleet Active Sonar Training Annual Range Complex Exercise Report 2010-2011 Issued October 1, 2011.pdf

317DA 2 2011 U.S. Navy AFAST Atlantic Fleet Active Sonar Training+NOAA Marine Species Monitoring September 2011.pdf

317DA 2 2011 U.S. Navy AFAST LOA Request to NOAA for Taking of Marine Mammals Atlantic Fleet Active Sonar Range from 2012-2014.pdf

317DA 2 2011 U.S. Navy AFAST Marine Species Monitoring Report September 2011.pdf

317DA 2 2011 U.S. Navy AFAST Range Request to NOAA for 2012-2014 TAKE of Marine Mammals-Sonar Training Activities.pdf

317DA 3 2010 U.S. Navy AFAST Atlantic Fleet Active Sonar Training AUG 2010-2011 Renewal Request NOAA-NMFS for Marine Mammal Takes.pdf

317DA 4 2009 NOAA-U.S. Navy AFAST Environmental Assessment of Mitigation Alternatives for AFAST Take Regulations January 2009.pdf

317DA 4 2009 U.S. Navy AFAST Atlantic Fleet Active Sonar Renewal Request to NOAA for the TAKING of Marine Mammals October 27, 2009.pdf

317DF 1 2012 NOAA Issued LOA to U.S. Navy to Take Marine Mammals Atlantic Fleet AFAST through 2014 U.S. Federal Register FEB 2012.pdf

317DF 1 2012 NOAA-U.S. Navy AFAST Atlantic Fleet Active Sonar Training U.S. Federal Register Notice of Issuance of LOA From 2012 to 2014.pdf

317DF 2 2011 NOAA LOA Notice Issued to U.S. Navy AFAST Atlantic Fleet Marine Mammal Takes U.S. Federal Register January 26, 2011.pdf

317DF 3 2010 NOAA LOA Isssued Letter of Authorization to U.S. Navy Atlantic AFAST Sonar FEB 1, 2010 U.S. Federal Register-2010-2021.pdf

317DF 4 2009 U.S. Navy AFAST Atlantic Fleet Active Sonar Training Range Information U.S. Federal Register August 8, 2009.pdf

317DM 4 2009 U.S. Navy AFAST Atlantic Fleet Sonar Training Exercises-Links Website August 8, 2009 http___www.navydocuments.pdf

317DN 4 2009 U.S. Navy Extra-Powerful Military Sonar is Killing Britain Last Wild Dolphins OCT 13, 2009 NATO Warfare Games.pdf

317DP 4 2009 U.S. Navy AFAST Altantic Fleet Sonar Training-Environmental Impact Statement Public Comments August 8, 2009.pdf

317DP 5 2008 U.S. Navy AFAST EIS Public Comment Society for Animal Protective Legislation Letter to Navy March 13 2008.pdf

317DP 5 2008 U.S. Navy AFAST EIS Public Comment State of Louisiana April 1, 2008 Letter to U.S. Navy.pdf

317DP 7 2006 U.S. Navy AFAST EIS Public Comment Alabama Department of Environmental Management November 6, 2006 Letter to Navy.pdf

317DP 7 2006 U.S. Navy AFAST EIS Public Comment NOV 27, 2006 Massachuesetts Office of Health+Human Services Letter to U.S. Navy.pdf

317DP 7 2006 U.S. Navy AFAST EIS Public Comment NOV 28, 2006 Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council-Delaware Letter to U.S. Navy.pdf

317DP 7 2006 U.S. Navy AFAST EIS Public Comment State of Connecticut-EPA November 30, 2006 Letter to U.S. Navy.pdf

317DP 7 2006 U.S. Navy AFAST EIS Public Comment-Alabama Historical Commission Letter to Navy on November 9, 2006.pdf

317DZ 3 2010 U.S. Navy AFAST Documents Listing+Links Website December 19, 2010.pdf

317E 1 2012 U.S. EPA Technical Fact Sheets-Emerging Contaminants FFRRO Contaminants of Concern Website July 21, 2012.pdf

317G 1 2009 U.S. Navy GOMEX Gulf of Mexico Range Complex MAP August 10, 2009 Warfare Testing Area Map U.S. Navy Website.pdf

317G 1 2009 U.S. Navy GOMEX Range Complex U.S. MAP+Gulf of Mexico+Island Areas-U.S. Navy Website.pdf

317G 1 2010 U.S. Navy GOMEX Range Comples Final Gulf of Mexico EIS-OEIS Volume 2-Appendices+MAP December 2010.pdf

317G 1 2010 U.S. Navy GOMEX Range Complex Final Gulf of Mexico EIS-OEIS Volume 1 December 2010 Website Document.pdf

317G 1 2012 U.S. Navy GOMEX Gulf of Mexico Range Complex Final EIS-OEIS MAP Website May 29, 2012.pdf

317G 1 2012-2014 U.S. Navy GOMEX Overseas Environmental Assessment-Tests Sonar System-NSWC PCD Gulf of Mexio January 2012.pdf

317G 2 2011 U.S. Navy GOMEX ROD Record of Decision Gulf of Mexico Range Complex 5-Year Warfare Testing February 24, 2011 Signed.pdf

317G 2 2011 U.S. Navy Record of Decision March 7, 2011 U.S. Federal Register Published-NOAA+U.S. Navy Record of Decision ROD-RC.pdf

317G 3 2010 U.S. Navy GOMEX Gulf of Mexico Range Complex Environmental Impact Statement Website Information DEC 18, 2010.pdf

317G 4 2004 U.S. Navy Gomex Range Complex Science+Technology Information Document on Website Febraury 16, 2009.pdf

317G 4 2009 U.S. Navy GOMEX Range Complex Draft EIS Analysis of Environmental Effects-Conflict of Interest-Biased February 16, 2009.pdf

317G 4 2009 U.S. Navy GOMEX Range Complex Draft EIS Background Information-Note Proposed Alternative 2-Preferred+Adopted in ROD.pdf

317G 4 2009 U.S. Navy Gomex Range Complex Effects from Expended Materials+Types Released U.S. Navy Website February 16, 2009.pdf

317G 4 2009 U.S. Navy GOMEX Range Complex Geography Information-Range Complex Study+Warfare Testing Area Website FEB 16, 2009.pdf

317G 4 2009 U.S. Navy GOMEX Range Complex-Gulf of Mexico August 10, 2009 Website Home Page http___www.gomexrangecomplexeis.pdf

317G 5 2008 U.S. Navy Shock Trial Report December 2008 Mesaverde Florida Test Area-Marine Mammals.pdf

317G 5 2008 U.S. Navy Used Ship Island for Ocean Experiments in Gulf of Mexico OCT 1, 2008.pdf

317GA 10 2003 NOAA Acoustic Calibration Measurements Study Northern Gulf of Mexico 2003 to 2004 Marine Mammals.pdf

317GA 2 2011 NOAA LOA Letter of Authorization Issued to U.S. Navy GOMEX Range March 17, 2011 Authorizing TAKE of Marine Mammals.pdf

317GA 2 2011 NOAA Rule on Taking of Marine Mammals in Gulf of Mexico by U.S. Navy U.S. Federal Register FEB 17, 2011-2011-3629.pdf

317GA 2 2011 U.S. Navy GOMEX Request to NOAA for Letter of Authorization to Take Marine Mammals in GOMEX Range November 2011.pdf

317GA 2 2011 U.S. Navy GOMEX Sonar System-Application for NOAA LOA to Test Sonar in NSWC PCD Gulf of Mexico Testing Range DEC 2011.pdf

317GA 3 2010 NOAA Office of Coast Survey MAP 411 Gulf of Mexico Unexploded Ordnance Areas.pdf

317GA 3 2010 NOAA Sends Two Ships to Study Loop Current+Coastal Florida Area Ecosystems-Not Completed for Navy Gulf of Mexico DE.I.S.pdf

317GA 4 2009 U.S. Navy GOMEX Gulf of Mexico Range Complex NOAA LOA Addendum Gomex LOA April 2009 Hand Grenades+Gunnery Tests.pdf

317GA 4 2009 U.S. Navy Request for NOAA Letter of Authorization to Take Marine Mammals in Gulf of Mexico Addendum April 2009.pdf

317GA 5 2008 U.S. Navy GOMEX Request for Letter of Authorization from NOAA for Taking Marine Mammals Gulf of Mexico October 2008.pdf

317GA 6 2007 NOAA Office of Coast Survey Chart 411 September 1, 2007 Gulf of Mexico.pdf

317GA 6 2007 NOAA Office of Coast Survey Gulf of Mexico Chart 411 September 1, 2007-Note Military Explosives and Dumping Areas.pdf

317GB 6 2007 U.S. Navy OPAREA Density Estimates NODE for the Gomex OPAREA Final Report August 2007-Prior to BP Oil Spill in 2010.pdf

317GF 1 2012 NOAA U.S. Federal Register Notices for May 21, 2012 Important for Alaska+Gulf of Mexico Marine Mammal Stock Assessment.pdf

317GF 2 2011 NOAA LOA to Eglin AFB to Take Marine Mammals in Florida+Gulf of Mexico U.S. Federal Register October 7, 2011-26018.pdf

317GF 2 2011 NOAA LOA to U.S. Navy to TAKE Marine Mammals Gulf of Mexico U.S. Federal Register July 20, 2011-2011-18324.pdf

317GF 2 2011 NOAA U.S. Federal Register Notice GOMEX Range Final Rule Taking of Marine Mammals FEB 17, 2011 fr76-9250.pdf

317GF 3 2010 NOAA LOA to U.S. Navy GOMEZ Range Taking of Marine Mammals U.S. Federal Register February 1, 2010-2017 Gunnery Missions.pdf

317GF 4 2009 NOAA Proposed Rule for GOMEX Gulf of Mexico 5-Year Warfare Testing Program by U.S. Navy U.S. Federal Register July 14, 2009.pdf

317GF 4 2009 U.S. Federal Register NOAA January 29, 2009 Navy Taking of Marine Mammals in Atlantic+Gulf of Mexico Final Rule.pdf

317GH 2 2011 NOAA-U.S. Navy Image of Gulf of Mexico U.S. NRC Oil and Hazardous Materials Spill Reports July 15, 2010 MAP.pdf

317GH 3 2010 Gulf of Mexico Has Long Been Toxic Dumping Site July 29, 2010 NYTimes.pdf

317GH 8 2005 Daily Press October 30, 2005 Chemicals U.S. Army Dumped in Oceans Deadly Part I Atlantic Pacific Gulf of Mexico.pdf

317GL 2 2011 U.S. Navy Request for LOA from NOAA for GOMEX Testing Mine Reconnaissance Sonar System Littoral Combat Ships DEC 2011.pdf

317GN 1 2012 Deepwater Sonar Blamed for Mass Dolphin Deaths on Louisiana Coast-Gulf of Mexico April 5, 2012 KIPNews.pdf

317GN 1 2012 In Its First life-An Oil Platform-In Its Next a Reef-Now Bomb Blasts Will Reduce to Rubble-Gulf of Mexico June 17, 2012 Page 1.pdf

317GN 1 2012 In Its First life-An Oil Platform-In Its Next a Reef-Now Bomb Blasts Will Reduce to Rubble-Gulf of Mexico June 17, 2012.pdf

317GN 2 2011 PB Oil Spill Threatens More Species Than Legally Protected Study Finds May 11, 2011 SDNews Risks Globally Threatened Species.pdf

317GN 3 2010 Aquatic Dead Zones in the Gulf of Mexico NASA MAP March 11, 2010 SDNews.pdf

317GN 3 2010 British Petroleum Oil Spill Threatens Coral Reefs in Gulf of Mexico NYTimes June 2010 Also U.S. Navy Warfare Testing Areas.pdf

317GN 3 2010 Oil Leaks in Gulf of Mexico Along with Navy Warfare Exercise Another Threat to Marine Life NYTimes April 25, 2010.pdf

317GN 3 2010 Report 27,000 Abandoned Wells Pose Threat to Gulf of Mexico Coastal Areas July 9, 2010 Democracy Now.pdf

317GN 3 2010 U.S. Navy Involved in Gulf of Mexico PB Oil Spill Clean-up NYTimes April 29, 2010.pdf

317GN 3 2010 U.S. Navy Secretary Mabus-Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Restoration SEPT 28, 2010 NYTimes Fails to Note Navy 5-Year Warfare Testing.pdf

317GP 4 2009 U.S. Navy GOMEX Draft EIS Agency Correspondence+Public Comments in GOMEX Draft EIS February 16, 2009.pdf

317GP 4 2009 U.S. Navy GOMEX Draft EIS Public Comment from Federal Agencies February 16, 2009.pdf

317GR 8 2005 Boeing-U.S. Navy Sea-Based X-Band Radar SBX-U.S. Missile Defense Midcourse Defense Systems July 16, 2005 Gulf of Mexico.pdf

317GS 1 2012-2014 U.S. Navy GOMEX Overseas Environmental Assessment-Test Mine Reconnaissance Sonar System 2012-2014 Gulf of Mexico.pdf

317GS 4 2009 U.S. Navy GOMEX Gulf of Mexico Acoustic Effects-Note Alternative 2-Preferred Website February 16, 2009.pdf

317GZ 3 2010 BP Receives Bad News as Arsenic Levels Rise Around Gulf of Mexico from Oil Spill Heraldsun News July 6, 2010.pdf

317H 1 2012 U.S. EPA Technical Fact Sheet Perchlorate May 2012 Health Impacts & Hazards-Rocket Fuel+Other Uses.pdf

317H 3 2010 U.S. Navy 5-Year Warfare NWTRC Range Final EIS NWTRC-Section 3.3 Hazardous Materials September 10, 2010.pdf

317H 4 2009 The Pentagon Dirty Bombers-Depleted Uranium in the USA October 26, 2009 Baltimore Chronicle by Lindorff.pdf

317H 4 2009 U.S. Air Force Directed Energy Bioeffects Divsion-Radio Frequency Radiation Branch Handbook 5th Editor July 2009.pdf

317H 7 2006 Research Project for Developoing Non-Lethal Weapons Based on Radio Frequency-Microwave Bioeffects DEC 14, 2005.pdf

317H 7 2006 U.S. Army Bioeffects-Selected Nonlethal Weapons 1998 Study Addendum NGIC-1147-101-1998 U.S. Army Letter-DEC 13, 2006.pdf

317H 8 2005 U.S. Army Secretly Dumped Chemicals-Nerve-Mustard Gas Bombs Pacific Atlantic Gulf of Mexico USA Today Report NOV 1, 2005.pdf

317I 1 2009 U.S. Navy Cherry Point Complex Range Map Website August 8, 2009.pdf

317I 1 2009 U.S. Navy Cherry Point Range Complex Final Environmental Impact Statement-Table of Contents Website August 8, 2009.pdf

317I 1 2009 U.S. Navy Cherry Point Range Complex Marine Mammal Monitoring Plan NOAA April 2009 IMPORTANT DOCUMENT+MAP.pdf

317I 1 2009 U.S. Navy Cherry Point Weapons Systems Description www.navycherrypointrange FEIS_Vol_1_Appendix_E April 2009.pdf

317I 1 2009 U.S. Navy Cherry Point Website Home Page August 8, 2009 http___www.navycherrypointrangecomplexeis.pdf

317I 4 2009 U.S. Navy Cherry Point Range Complex Final EIS Volume 1-Appendix C Agency Correspondence 2007-2009.pdf

317I 4 2009 U.S. Navy Cherry Point Range Complex Website-Range Complex Map August 8, 2009.pdf

317I 4 2009 U.S. Navy Cherry Point Range Complex-NOAA-Public Comment May 28, 2009 Letter Final FEIS U.S. Fleet Forces Command.pdf

317I 4 2009 U.S. Navy Cherry Point Weapons Final Environmental Impact Statement FEIS Volume I-Appendix E Weapons Systems Description.pdf

317IA 1 2009 NOAA Letter of Authorization to TAKE Marine Mammals by U.S. Navy Cherry Point Range Complex June 5, 2009.pdf

317IA 3 2010 U.S. Navy-NOAA Final Marine Species Monitoring Report February 2010 Virginia Capes-Cherry Point-Jacksonville Ranges.pdf

317IA 5 2008 U.S. Navy Addendum to Request for Letter of Authorization to Take Marine Mammals June 2008 Cherry Point Range Complex.pdf

317IA 5 2008 U.S. Navy Cherry Point Range Complex Addendum-Request Letter of Authorization LOA-Take Marine Mammals NOAA June 2008.pdf

317IA 5 2008 U.S. Navy Request for Letter of Authorizaton from NOAA to TAKE Marine Mammals Cherry Point Range Complex June 2008.pdf

317IF 1 2012 NOAA Final Rule to Revise Critical Habitat Designation-Leatherback Sea Turtles January 26, 2012 U.S. Federal Register 2012-995.pdf

317IF 1 2012 NOAA LOA to U.S. Marine Corps at Cherry Point for Taking Marine Mammals U.S. Federal Register January 3, 2012-2011-33689.pdf

317IF 2 2011 NOAA LOA to U.S. MC to Permit Taking of Marine Mammals Cherry Point U.S. Federal Register NOV 18, 2011-2011-29851.pdf

317IF 3 2010 NOAA LOA to U.S. Marine Corps Cherry Point for Taking fo Marine Mammals U.S. Federal Register NOV 26, 2010-2010-29808.pdf

317IF 4 2009 NOAA-U.S. Federal Register Notification of TAKE Rules+Regulations for U.S. Navy Cherry Point Range Complex June 15, 2009.pdf

317IN 1 2012 U.S. Navy-U.S. Marine-Cherry Point Bold Alligator Joint Country Military Exercises February 6, 2012 DVID News.pdf

317IP 4 2009 NOAA-U.S. Navy Cherry Point Range Complex -U.S. Department of Commerce Comment May 28, 2009 Final FEIS-OEIS.pdf

317IP 4 2009 U.S. Navy Cherry Point Agency Correspondence List www.navycherrypointran…int_FEIS_Vol_1_Appendix_C 2007-2009.pdf

317IP 5 2008 U.S. Navy Cherry Point Range Complex Draft DEIS_Public_Hearing_Transcripts October 14, 2008.pdf

317IZ 1 2012 No Comment Sonar Training a Threat to Marine Life Website May 14, 2012.pdf

317J 1 2009 Jacksonville Range Complex Final FEIS-OEIS Volume 1 Website March 2009 See MAP.pdf

317J 1 2009 U.S. Navy Jacksonville Range Complex-Florida Website August 8, 2009 No Longer Online in 2012.pdf

317J 3 2010 U.S. Navy NAVFAC Final USWTR Seafloor Mapping Report JAX OPAREA USTWTR December 31, 2010 Final Cruise Report.pdf

317J 4 2009 U.S. Navy Jacksonville Range Complex FEIS-OEIS General Information August 8, 2009 Website Table of Contents.pdf

317JA 3 2010 U.S. Navy NAVFAC Final USWTR Seafloor Mapping Report JAX OPAREA USTWTR December 31, 2010 Jacksonville-Florida.pdf

317JA 3 2010 U.S. Navy-NOAA Final Marine Species Monitoring Report February 2010 Virginia Capes-Cherry Point-Jacksonville Ranges.pdf

317JM 5 2008 U.S. Navy Final EIS Overseas After-Action Mitigation Report for the Shock Trial of USS MESA VERDE (LPD 19) Florida DEC 2008.pdf

317JN 1 2012 U.S. Military Training in the Middle of Miami Jolt Residents Out of Bed Miami Herald News May 8, 2012.pdf

317JU 4 2009 U.S. Navy UNITAS MAYPORT AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT DEMONSTRATION APRIL 14, 2009.pdf

317K 1 2012 Second Dead Dolphin Washes up on Sagaponack Beach May 4, 2012 Southampton Patch News.pdf

317K 1 2012 Stranded Dolphins in Cape Cod Baffle Scientists February 3, 2012 Guardian.co.uk News.pdf

317K 1 2012 Three Dead Marine Mammals-Whale-Dolphin-Seal Found on Long Island Beaches-Cause of Death Unknown May 3, 2012 Newsday.pdf

317K 1 2012 U.S. Navy Marine Mammal Strandings Associated With U.S. Navy Sonar Activities Website April 2012 Draft EIS-OEIS.pdf

317K 1 2012 U.S. Navy Says Sonar+Explosions Tests Cloud Harm Marine Life Than Previously Thought May 10, 2012 CBS News Los Angeles.pdf

317KN 1 2012 Mass Dolphin Deaths in Peru in 2012 Caused by Acoustic Trauma May 17, 2012 by Whiting Digital Journal News.pdf

317KN 1 2012 NRDC Press Release Harm of Staggering Proportions to Southern CA+Hawaii Whales from Navy Training May 11, 2012.pdf

317KN 3 2010 NRDC News Conservation Groups in Court to Save Highly Endangered Whales JAN 28, 2010-Sonar Not All Experiments.pdf

317M 1 2012 U.S. Navy Commander Fired for Falsifying Record June 19, 2012 APNews-Corvallis Gazette Times.pdf

317M 1 2012 U.S. Navy Fact File Website May 24, 2012.pdf

317M 2 2011 U.S. Navy Hope for Carrier-Based Drone Takes Flight October 10, 2011 Innovation News.pdf

317MZ 1 2012 U.S. Navy Admits Whales+Dophins in Harm’s Way from Sonar July 6, 2012 Discovery News.pdf

317N 1 2012 Mass Dolphin Deaths in Peru in 2012 Caused by Acoustic Trauma May 17, 2012 by Whiting Digital Journal News.pdf

317N 1 2012 NOAA Incidental Take Authorizations Website March 19, 2012-U.S. Navy NWTRC Listed+Definitions.pdf

317N 1 2012 NOAA Marine Mammal Stock Assessment Reports SARS Website May 21, 2012 http___www.nmfs.noaa.pdf

317N 1 2012 NOAA Summary of Listed Species March 20, 2012-Endangered or Threatened.pdf

317N 1 2012 NOAA TAKE AUTHORIZATIONS Website May 21, 2012 Entire Listing+Definitions.pdf

317N 1 2012 U.S. Navy Criteria+Final Report Thresholds for Navy Acoustic+Explosive Effects Analysis April 2012.pdf

317N 1 2012 U.S. Navy Determination of Acoustic Effects on Marine Mammals+Sea Turtles for the Atlantic AFTT Draft EIS March 12, 2012 FINAL.pdf

317N 1 U.S. Navy Criteria+Thresholds for U.S. Navy Acoustic+Explosive Effects Analysis April 2012.pdf

317N 2 2011 U.S. Navy-NOAA Marine Species Monitoring Annual 2011 Report for Three Atlantic Warfare Test Ranges Website Reort FEB 2012.pdf

317N 2 2011 NOAA Declaration of 2011 Pinniped UME Event in Northeast U.S. Website April 3, 2012 Seal Deaths.pdf

317N 2 2011 NOAA Marine Mammal Stock Assessment Reports SARS Reports by Region Website May 21, 2012 http___www.nmfs.noaa.pdf

317N 2 2011 NOAA U.S. Atlantic+Gulf of Mexico Marine Mammal Stock Assessments-2011.pdf

317N 2 2011 U.S. Navy Final NAVFAC Atlantic CC Range Habitat Characterization Final Report January 14, 2011.pdf

317N 3 2010 NOAA Letter Lubchenco to Sutley-Conclusion of Comprehensive Sonar Review January 19, 2010.pdf

317N 3 2010 NOAA Marine Mammal Stock Assessment Reports SARs by Region Website May 17, 2012 Entire Yearly Listing.pdf

317N 3 2010 NOAA U.S. Atlantic+Gulf of Mexico Marine Mammal Stock Assessment Publications Website May 17, 2012 http___www.nefsc.noaa.pdf

317N 3 2010 U.S. Navy NAVFAC Final USWTR Seafloor Mapping Report JAX OPAREA USTWTR December 31, 2010.pdf

317N 4 2009 NOAA Technical Memorandum U.S. Atlantic+Gulf of Mexico Marine Mammal Stock Assessments 2008 Report February 2009.pdf

317N 5 2008 NOAA Technical Memorandum U.S. Atlantic+Gulf of Mexico Marine Mammal Stock Assessments http___www.nefsc.noaa.pdf

317N 8 2000-2005 Ocean Alliance Executive Summary of Ocean Toxic Chemicals in Whales Note Contaminant Levels.pdf

317NA 1 2012 U.S. Navy+NOAA Marine Species Monitoring Annual Report for 2011 Issued February 2012 Atlantic 5-Year Warfare Test Ranges.pdf

317NA 2 2011 NOAA LOA Take Application U.S. Navy Training Ranges East Coast U.S. Federal Register may 26, 2011-2011-12984.pdf

317NA 2 2011 NOAA LOA to Neptune LNG for Taking Marine Mammals Massachusettes U.S. Federal Register June 13, 2011-2011-14614.pdf

317NA 2 2011 NOAA LOA to U.S. Navy in 3 East Coast Ranges to Permit Taking of Marine Mammals U.S. FR November 7, 2011-2011-28778.pdf

317NA 2 2011 NOAA Rule Changes for Taking of Marine Mammals U.S. Federal Register November 15, 2011-2011-29494.pdf

317NA 2 2011 NOAA-NMFS Biological Opinion Atlantic Coast+Gulf of Mexico U.S. Navy December 19, 2011 biop_navy_afast_loa2011.pdf

317NA 3 2010 NOAA Technical Memorandum U.S. Atlantic+Gulf of Mexico Final Marine Mammal Stock Assessments DEC 2010.pdf

317NF 1 2012 NOAA LOA to Navy for Taking of Marine Mammals U.S. Federal Register Notice January 13, 2012-2012-610.pdf

317NF 1 2012 U.S. DEPT of Commerce-NOAA TAKING Marine Mammals Navy+Air Force February 1, 2012-U.S. Federal Register fr77-4917.pdf

317NF 1 2012 U.S. Federal Register 27119 May 11, 2012 NOAA Take Authorization New York Authorized 2012-11521.pdf

317NF 1 2012 U.S. Federal Register Notice May 11, 2012 NOAA Permits Marine Mammals 2271 Notices 2012-11525.pdf

317NF 2 2011 NOAA Issues Permit for Taking of Marine Mammals-Florida November 18, 2011 U.S. Federal Register-2011-29886.pdf

317NF 3 2010 NOAA Nepture LNG Application to Take Marine Mammals-Massachusetts U.S. Federal Register 2010-10715.pdf

317NF 3 2010 NOAA Proposed Rule Taking of Marine Mammals by Neptune LNG Massachusetts December 12, 2010 U.S. Federal Register.pdf

317NF 5 2008 U.S. Air Force Eglin Federal Register August 11, 2008 Permit to Take Marine Mammals fr73-46592.pdf

317NFR 3 2010 NOAA 3 LOA to U.S. Navy for Marine Mammal Takes U.S. Federal Register June 17, 2010-2010-14662.pdf

317NN 2 2011 Scientific Study-Double Jeopardy Tuna+Bullfish+More Threatened With Extinction July 25, 2011 SDNew Atlantic Ocean.pdf

317NN 3 2010 NOAA Study-Growoing Hypoxic Zones Reduce Habitat for Billfish+Tuna=Atlantic Ocean SDNews December 22, 2010.pdf

317NN 3 2010 NOAA Warned U.S. Interior Department It was Underestimating Threat of Serious Oil Spills Huffington Post May 3, 2010.pdf

317NN 3 2010 Obama Administration Warned by NOAA it Was Underestimating Offshore Drilling Risks OEN News May 4, 2010.pdf

317NN 4 2009 NOAA-U.S. Navy Taking the Wrong Path on Protecting Right Whales in Flordia-Approves Navy TAKE October 6, 2009.pdf

317NN 4 2009 U.S. Navy Testing Site May Pose Risk to Endangered Whales Miami Herald News SEPT 9, 2009.pdf

317NP 4 2009 Marine Mammal Commission Letter to NOAA June 8, 2009 LNG TAKE Massachusetts Bay-Atlantic Ocean.pdf

317NR 1 2012 U.S. Navy Annual Range Complex Exercise Report 2011 Three East Coast Range Complexes February 2012.pdf

317NR 2 2011 U.S. Navy Final NAVFAC Atlantic CC Range Habitat Characterization Final Report January 14, 2011.pdf

317NR 3 2010 U.S. Navy JAX NAVFAC Final USWTR Seafloor Mapping Report JAX OPAREA USTWTR December 31, 2010.pdf

317NR 4 2009 NOAA U.S. Atlantic+Gulf of Mexico Final Marine Mammal Stock Assessments 2009-Prior to BP Oil Spill in Gulf of Mexico.pdf

317NR 4 2009 U.S. Navy Final Atlantic Annual Range Exercise Report Prepared for NOAA Note Several Ranges-Report Issued FEB 2010.pdf

317P 5 2008 NOAA The State of Coral Reef Ecosystems of the U.S. and Pacific Freely Associated States Report Florida Keys.pdf

317P 5 2008 NOAA The State of Coral Reef Ecosystems of the U.S. and Pacific Freely Associated States Report National Summary.pdf

317P 5 2008 NOAA The State of Coral Reef Ecosystems of the U.S. and Pacific Freely Associated States Report Navassa Island.pdf

317P 5 2008 NOAA The State of Coral Reef Ecosystems of the U.S. and Pacific Freely Associated States Report Northwestern Gulf of Mexico.pdf

317P 5 2008 NOAA The State of Coral Reef Ecosystems of the U.S. and Pacific Freely Associated States Report Puerto Rico.pdf

317P 5 2008 NOAA The State of Coral Reef Ecosystems of the U.S. and Pacific Freely Associated States Report Southeast Florida.pdf

317P 5 2008 NOAA The State of Coral Reef Ecosystems of the U.S. and Pacific Freely Associated States Report U.S. Virgin Islands.pdf

317P 5 2008 NOAA The State of Coral Reef Ecosystems of the U.S. and Pacific Freely Associated States Report.pdf

317R 9 2004 U.S. Navy NRL Conducts Ocean Research off Mississippi Coast August 3, 2004.pdf

317U 1 2009 U.S. Navy ROD Record of Decision USWTR Undersea Warfare Testing Range July 31, 2009 Important Document-Jacksonville Florida.pdf

317U 1 2009 U.S. Navy Undersea Warfare Training Range Final EIS-OEIS June 2009 Volume I-Table of Contents.pdf

317U 1 2009 U.S. Navy Undersea Warfare Training Range Final EIS-OEIS Volume 1 June 26, 2009.pdf

317U 1 2009 U.S. Navy USWTR Final Undersea Warfare Training Range E.I.S. June 26, 2009 FOEIS-EI Atlantic-Website-Links.pdf

317U 1 2009 U.S. Navy USWTR Undersea Warfare Training Range USWTR Map August 10, 2009 Website.pdf

317U 4 2009 U.S. Navy Final Undersea Warfare Training Range Final OEIS EIS June 26, 2009 Volume 1&II Website Links.pdf

317U 4 2009 U.S. Navy ROD Record of Decision USWTR-Jacksonville Florida Warfare Testing Range JAX OPAREA-Approved July 31, 2009.pdf

317U 4 2009 U.S. Navy USWTR Final FEIS Volume 1-Chapter 3 Affected Environment June 2009.pdf

317U 4 2009 U.S. Navy USWTR Final FEIS Volume I-Chapter 1 Purpose+Need June 26, 2009.pdf

317U 4 2009 U.S. NAVY USWTR Final FEIS Volume I-Chapter 10 List of Preparers June 26, 2009.pdf

317U 4 2009 U.S. Navy USWTR Final FEIS Volume I-Chapter 4 Impacts Proposed Action Alternatives June 26, 2009 Atlantic Ocean.pdf

317U 4 2009 U.S. Navy USWTR Final FEIS Volume I-Chapter 6 Mitigation Measures June 26, 2009 Atlantic Ocean.pdf

317U 4 2009 U.S. NAVY USWTR Final FEIS Volume I-Chapter 9 Glossary June 26, 2009.pdf

317U 4 2009 U.S. Navy USWTR Final FEIS Volume II June 26, 2009 Atlantic Ocean Entire Contents of Volume II.pdf

317U 4 2009 U.S. Navy USWTR Final FEIS Volume II-Appendix B Final EFH Assessment June 26, 2009 Atlantic Ocean.pdf

317U 4 2009 U.S. Navy USWTR Final FEIS Volume II-Chapter 8 References June 26, 2009.pdf

317UA 4 2009 NOAA Letter to U.S. Navy USWTR Public Comment on Florida Warfare Testing July 28, 2009.pdf

317UA 4 2009 NOAA-U.S. Navy Warfare Range Florida Public Comment U.S. Department of Commerce June 19, 2009 Letter to Navy.pdf

317UA 4 2009 U.S. Navy-NOAA Review of USWTR Final FEIS for Undersea Warfare Training Range Project June 29, 2009 Memo.pdf

317UA 5 2008 U.S. Navy USWTR Undersea Warfare Testing Range Atlantic OCT 16, 2008 Letter to NOAA 7_Biological-Assessment-Transmittal.pdf

317UB 3 2010 U.S. Navy NAVFAC Final USWTR Seafloor Mapping Report JAX OPAREA USTWTR December 31, 2010.pdf

317UB 4 2009 Rhode Island U.S. Navy environmental Assessment for Amphibious Demonstration During UNITAS Gold Exercises.pdf

317UL 1 2012 U.S. Federal Judge Promises Quick Ruling-Lawsuit to Stop Navy USWTR Range-Right Whale Waters March 16, 2012 Florida.pdf

317UL 1 2012 U.S. Navy USWTR Range Complex Near Right Whale Calvling Ground MAP June 13, 2012 http___www.southernenvironment.pdf

317UL 1 2012 U.S. Navy USWTR Range Near Right Whale Calving Ground-Georgia Case-Southern Environmental Law Center March 22, 2012.pdf

317UL 3 2010 Southern Environmental Law Center Lawsuit JAN 27, 2010 Against U.S. Navy USWTR Website http___www.southernenvironment.pdf

317UL 4 2009 U.S. Navy UWSTR Warfare Range-Southern Environmental Law Center June 30, 2009 http___www.southernenvironment.pdf

317UL 5 2008 Navy Southern Environmental Law Center October 27, 2008 USWTR Final DEIS comments.pdf

317UN 4 2009 U.S. Navy USWTR Record of Decision-Undersea Training Project Jacksonville Florida The Daily Record August 13, 2009 Also Sonar.pdf

317UN 4 2009 U.S. Navy USWTR Releases Record o Decision-Goes Forward-Florida Undersea Warfare Testing Range AUG 3, 2009 NRDC Article.pdf

317UN 5 2008 U.S. Navy USWTR Op-Ed Florida Wannamaker-Doing Wrong by Right Whales DEC 13, 2008 Article.pdf

317UN 5 2008 U.S. Navy USWTR Proposed Undersea Warfare Training Range-Doing Wrong by Right Whales DEC 13, 2008 Daytona Beach News.pdf

317UP 4 2009 U.S. Navy USWTR Final FEIS Volume I-Chapter-7 Public Review June 2009.pdf

317UP 4 2009 U.S. Navy USWTR Final FEIS Volume II-Appendix I-Distribution List June 26, 2009 Atlantic Ocean.pdf

317UP 4 2009 U.S. Navy USWTR Florida Department Letter Response July 27, 2009 Warfare Testing Range.pdf

317UP 4 2009 U.S. Navy USWTR Florida E.I.S. June 26, 2009 Public Comments Georgia Department of Natural Resources-Letter.pdf

317UP 4 2009 U.S. Navy USWTR Submarine Warfare Complex Comments July 20, 2009 Letter Georgia Deparment of Natural Resources.pdf

317UP 4 2009 U.S. Navy USWTR Undersea Traing Range Public Comment Letters 2008 Draft OEIS EIS Navy Website-Links.pdf

317UP 5 2008 U.S. Navy USWTR U.S. EPA Public Comment Undersea Warfare Traing Range Draft EIS October 24, 2008 Letter.pdf

317UP 5 2008 U.S. Navy USWTR Undersea Warfare Training Area Letter Regarding Draft EIS Marine Mammal Commission October 27, 2008.pdf

317UP 5 2008 U.S. Navy USWTR Undersea Warfare Training Range October 24, 2008 Letter Against from NASA Public Comment.pdf

317UP 7 2006 U.S. Navy USWTR Public Comment-Sierra Club Florida November 30, 2006 Letter to U.S. Navy Draft EIS.pdf

317V 1 2009 U.S. Navy VACAPES Range Complex Website AUG 10, 2009 http___www.vacapesrangecomplexeis – No Longer Online May 30, 2012.pdf

317V 4 2009 U.S. Navy VACAPES Final EIS-OEIS August 10, 2009 Table of Contents on Navy Website.pdf

317VA 3 2010 U.S. Navy-NOAA Final Marine Species Monitoring Report February 2010 Virginia Capes-Cherry Point-Jacksonville Ranges.pdf

317VN 4 2009 U.S. Navy Warfare Testing-LCS 1 Completes Structural Test Firing July 17, 2009 Using Ocean Near Virginia .pdf

317VP 4 2009 Navy VACAPES Range Complex Public Comment Final EIS Letter April 20, 2009 EPA_Region_III_Letter to U.S. Navy.pdf

317W 1 2009 U.S. Navy Panama City Division NSWC PCD Mission Activities Final EIS-OEIS September 2009 NAVSEA.pdf

317WF 1 2012 NOAA LOA to Navy Panama City to Take Marine Mammals-U.S. Federal Register FEB 17, 2012-2012-3714.pdf

317WF 1 2012 NOAA U.S. Federal Register Taking of Marine Mammals by U.S. Navy Panama City Division February 28, 2012 Notice 2012-4695.pdf

317WF 2 2011 NOAA LOA Permit to U.S. Navy Panama City Division January 19, 2011 U.S. Federal Register Notice-2011-1030.pdf

317WF 3 2010 NOAA Rule for U.S. Navy Panama Surface Warfare Center for Taking Marine Mammals-U.S. Federal Register JAN 21, 2010.pdf

317Y 4 2004 U.S. Air Force Eglin Gulf Test+Training Range EGTTR Strike Weapons Tests 2004 NOAA 5 Years.pdf

317Y 4 2009 U.S. Navy-U.S. Air Force Eglin Air Force Base Florida NOV 2, 2009 NOAA Marine Mammal Takes-Bomb Blasts-Gulf of Mexico.pdf

317Y 9 2004 U.S. Air Force Counterspace Operations-Joint Doctrine for Space Operations-Document Dated August 2, 2004.pdf

317Y 9 2004 U.S. Air Force Eglin Gulf of Mexico Test + Training Range January 2004 Marine Mammal Take Request NOAA.pdf

317Y 9 2004 U.S. Eglin Air Force Base Request for NOAA Letter of Authorization to Harass Marine Mammals-5 Years.pdf

317Y 9 2004 U.S. Navy-U.S. Air Force Eglin AFB U.S. Air Force 5-Year Warfare Testing Plan JAN 2004 Gulf of Mexico Warfare Test Experiments.pdf

317YF 2 2011 NOAA LOA to U.S. Eglin AFB to Take Marine Mammals Gulf of Mexico U.S. Federal Register OCT 7, 2011-2011-26018.pdf

317YF 3 2010 NOAA Proposed Rule U.S. Air Force Eglin Taking of Marine Mammals U.S. Federal Register October 1, 2010-24689.pdf

317YF 3 2010 NOAA U.S. Air Force Base Eglin+Navy Take of Marine Mammals Applicaton January 15, 2010 U.S. Federal Register Notice.pdf

317YN 11 2002 The White House Backs Remarkable Boost in Space-Based War Technology Popular Science August 7, 2002.pdf

317YZ 1 2012 No Comment U.S. Air Force Information Website Wikipedia June 2, 2012.pdf

317YZ 1 2012 No Comment U.S. Buckley Air Force Base Information-Aurora Colorado Wikipedia Website June 2, 2012.pdf


June 20, 2013 – Monroe County, Florida “…Presentation And Discussion Of The United States Navy’s Atlantic Fleet Training And Testing Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) And The Proposed Operational Alternatives Within The Key West Range Complex Which May Impact The County And Authorization For The Mayor To Sign The County’s Comment Letter Of The DEIS Which Will Be Drafted By Keith And Schnars, P.A., And Tyson Smith, Esq., AICP (Outside Legal Counsel For Monroe County)…”

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