Environmental Assessment for the Routine and Recurring Realignment of Units and Personnel at Edwards Air Force Base, California
AIR FORCE TEST CENTER EDWARDS AFB CA TEST WING (412TH)
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The 412th Civil Engineer Group at Edwards AFB, California, proposes ongoing base-wide routine and recurring realignment of units and personnel to facilities with suitable working space in support of the Air Force mission. These realignments allow Edwards AFB to make optimum use of facilities in a cost efficient manner that is consistent with installation priorities while preserving the ability to accomplish the mission. This environmental assessment EA documents the environmental analysis of relocation actions associated with the integrated approach to anticipated needs to continually relocate units and personnel on the base. This integrated approach will prevent duplication of effort per Air Force Instruction 32-7062, Comprehensive Planning, and Title 40 Code of Federal Regulations CFR 1502.20, provide advance information for environmental planning and allow consideration of the environmental consequences of these actions consistent with the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 NEP A, as amended. The EA provides the baseline environmental analysis of facilities within the developed portions of the installation that will be subject to future routine and recurring realignments of units and personnel.
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies