Department of Defense

News Releases

STATE CHARGES ARMY CHEMICAL WEAPONS DEPOT WITH VIOLATIONS

Criminal Probe Widens to Spill Cover-Ups and Falsification of Monitoring Reports

PLANNED ARMY EXPANSION WILL INCREASE POLLUTION

Air, Water, Traffic, Noise, Wildlife and Energy Impacts Seen for Major Force Hike

ARMY PLANS ENVIRONMENTAL MEGA-CONTRACTS WORTH $840 MILLION

National Contracts May Cripple Base Compliance and Conservation Capabilities

ARMY REPEALS ITS ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS LEAVING GUIDELINES

Army Cannot Be Held to Its Own Pollution Rules Which Are Also Being Rewritten

WEST POINT DROPS PLAN TO CONTRACT OUT ENVIRONMENTAL STAFF

Similar Plan at White Sands Missile Range Awaits Final Decision

PENTAGON ORDERS STRONGER WHISTLEBLOWER PROTECTIONS

Mandatory Investigations, Punishment for Retaliators, Appeals and Wider Coverage

U.S. ARMY TO CONTRACT OUT ENVIRONMENTAL STAFF

Call for Congressional Intervention to Avert Litigation

ARMY LOOKING AT BIG EXPANSION OF ARIZONA TRAINING GROUNDS

Half Million Acres of Public Land May Be Put Off-Limits

NEW WHISTLEBLOWER SURFACES AT CHEMICAL WEAPON DEPOT

Worker Safety, Environmental Violations and Data Falsification at Kentucky Facility

ARMY CHEMICAL WEAPONS DEPOT UNDER CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION

Federal Probe Targets Agent Leaks, Monitoring Failures & Environmental Violations



Surveys
2001  Survey of Military Fish & Wildlife Employees

Other PEER Activities
Dan Meyer's Testimony in Support of Renewal of the Sikes Act

Lawsuit Against USAF to Block Defense Contracts for Nat. Resource Mgmt: Suit 1

Lawsuit Against USAF to Block Defense Contracts for Nat. Resource Mgmt: Suit 2

Letter from the Director to the USAF Inspector General

Preliminary decision in the lawsuit against USAF to block defense contracts for Natural Resource Management: Pages 1-8

Preliminary decision in the lawsuit against USAF to block defense contracts for Natural Resource Management: Pages 18-26

Preliminary decision in the lawsuit against USAF to block defense contracts for Natural Resource Management: Pages 9-17

Working Papers: Seeking legislative exemptions to environmental laws