The U.S. Navy is planning to expand their war training exercises right in the path of the annual Gray Whale migration. These war training exercises include massive sonar, huge explosions and many harmful chemicals being released into the ocean. The Gray Whales will have to travel through this deadly environment two times a year.
The Navy could move these exercises somewhere else. The don’t have to be conducted in the Gray Whale migration path. Everywhere the U.S. Navy or other country’s Navies have conducted these war training exercises, there has been extra loss of marine life.
If you don’t want this to happen, please send written comments to:
Naval Facilities Engineering Command Northwest
Attention NWTT Supplemental EIS/OEIS Project Manager
3730 N. Charles Porter Ave., Building 385
Oak Harbor, WA 98278-3500
The navy is going to send representatives to Dana Gray Elementary School in Fort Bragg on May 3, 2019 to explain the Navy's expansion plans.
Their notice announcing this neglected to mention what time the meetings start and finish. People can call the Navy public Affairs Officer at: 1-360-396-1630 to get more information.
Annemarie Weibel adds:
The navy is going to send representatives to Dana Gray Elementary School in Fort Bragg on May 3, 2019 between 5-8pm to explain the Navy's expansion plans. Deadline for comments is May 28. Links see www.NWTTEIS.com