Army Programmatic Environmental Assessment of the Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Vehicle Program
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This Programmatic Environmental Assessment PEA has been developed by the Army Tank8208Automotive Armaments Command TACOM LCMC for the Mine Resistant Ambush Protected MRAP Joint Program Office JPO to meet the Army requirements of the National Environmental Policy Act NEPA of 1969 as amended the Presidents Council on Environmental Quality CEQ Regulations for Implementing NEPA 40 CFR 15008208 1508 and Department of the Army DA 32 CFR 651 Environmental Analysis of Army Actions Final Rule March 29, 2002, which implements NEPA and CEQ regulations. Though overdue, its purpose is to inform decision8208makers during future lifecycle phases fielding facilities and the public of the expected and any observed environmental consequences of the proposed action and alternatives. TACOM LCMC has conducted NEPA analyses for the Army family of MRAP vehicles being procured and fielded under the direction of the MRAP Joint Program Office JPO. The MRAP vehicle program is a joint Service program among the United States US Army USA, US Air Force USAF, US Navy USN, US Special Operations Command USSOCOM and US Marine Corps USMC. The USMC has been designated as the lead agency and thus heads the MRAP JPO responsible for all MRAP program activities. The Department of the Navy DoN is the MRAP Vehicle Program Executive Agent, and the Commander, Marine Corps Systems Command COMMARCORSYSCOM functions as the MRAP Vehicle Program Executive Officer PEO. The Undersecretary of Defense USD, Acquisition, Technology and Logistics ATL is the Milestone Decision Authority MDA.
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