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Range Environmental Vulnerability Assessment 5-Year Review, MCAS Cherry Point
MALCOLM PIRNIE INC NEWPORT NEWS VA
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The United States Marine Corps Marine Corps Range Environmental Vulnerability Assessment REVA program meets the requirements of the Department of Defense DoD Directive 4715.11 Environmental and Explosives Safety Management on Operational Ranges within the United States and DoD Instruction 4715.14 Operational Range Assessments 2004 2005. The purpose of the REVA program is to identify whether there is a release or substantial threat of a release of munitions constituents MC from the operational range or range complex areas to off range areas. This is accomplished through a baseline assessment of operational range areas and periodic five year review assessments, and, where applicable, the use of fate and transport modeling of the REVA indicator MC based upon site specific environmental conditions at the operational ranges and training areas. This report presents the five year review assessment results for the operational ranges and training areas at Marine Corps Air Station MCAS Cherry Point, located in North Carolina. This report serves as the first five year review assessment documenting the period of MC loading associated with operational range activity from the completion of the baseline assessment July 2005 through July 2010.
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