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  • Navy At-Sea Environmental Impact Statements

    Navy At-Sea Environmental Impact Statements

    The U.S. Navy conducts extensive environmental planning for at-sea training and testing activities in consultation with the National Marine Fisheries Service. Below are links to the environmental impact statement (EIS) documents for major at-sea ranges and operating areas. Atlantic Fleet Active Sonar Training (AFAST) EIS/OEIS...

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  • Video Archives

    Video Archives

    Energy Videos: 2012 Navy-DoD-E.On Wind Agreement Ceremonial Signing- Nov 2012 Richard Branson Addresses US Navy on Advanced Renewable Fuels – Oct. 2012 International Perspective Panelist Lt Col Rasmussen on the 2012 Naval Energy Forum – Oct. 2012 Navy Hosts Fourth Annual Naval Energy Forum –...

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  • Environment Fact Sheets

    Environment Fact Sheets

    Environmental Restoration Program Oil Spill Prevention and Response Plastic Waste Processor Sonar and Marine Mammal Protection USS Makin Island Aqueous Parts Washer and Cable Cleaner/Lubricator Plastic Removal in the Marine Environment (PRIME) Waste Reduction Afloat Protects the Sea (WRAPS)

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  • Marine Mammal Protection

    Marine Mammal Protection

    Protection of the natural environment is an integral part of U.S. Navy activities. A key focus of the Navy’s environmental stewardship at sea is the protection of marine species, including marine mammals. In partnership with the National Marine Fisheries Service (NFMS), the Navy develops and...

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