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TOXIC POLLUTION AT LETTERKENNY: A 35-YEAR, $180 MILLION CLEAN UP

From: Public Opinion

“ “The Pentagon is the most prolific and profound polluter on the planet,” said Jeff Ruch, executive director of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility,…

NAVY EXPANDS DOMESTIC WAR GAMES, DESPITE PUBLIC CONCERN OVER ALLEGED ILLEGALITIES

From: Truthout

"The very next day, on November 7, the Navy rejected a request made in Anchorage, Alaska, by Dr. Rick Steiner, a marine conservation biologist and board member…


News Releases

CHEMICAL CAUSED NERVE DAMAGE TO MILITARY BASE WORKERS

Alaska Health Report Cannot ID Agent, Urges Permanent Paving for Base Site

DOES THE NAVY KNOW WHERE ITS MUNITIONS GO

Navy Cannot Find Records to Quell Claims of Continued Open Sea Dumping

PENTAGON IN-SOURCING PLAN TO REVERSE BUSH CONTRACTING GAINS

Conversion of Over 33,000 Jobs Would Return to Military Contract Levels of 2000

CHEMICAL WEAPON STORAGE DEFICIENCIES DETAILED

No Crimes Found but Plenty of Problems at Army’s Blue Grass Depot in Kentucky

NERVE GAS LEAK DETECTORS INOPERATIVE FOR YEARS

Army Report Confirms Blue Grass Chemical Weapons Depot Was “Flying Blind”