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Originally posted by Daedalu
The Navy has been training like this for many many years.
I do not have a issue with the training on public lands.
Our men and women have to have a place to train and we can not send them to another country to do this.
And these four states are slated by the UN to be wilderness corridors for the wild animals, rewilded, no humans allowed to set foot. I guess they will clear the humans out right quick, blow up a lot of roads and houses, and get that rewilding accomplished right quick with all these new and improved military weapons they plan to test out on four states, four BIG states, and the Pacific ocean to go with it.
Something like 90% of the State of Oregon is owned by the government. They have been doing whatever they want since Indians roamed here free. This is nothing new.
Originally posted by TravelerintheDark
There is no legislation here that I'm aware of. I read it yesterday since it was posted about yesterday. This is an Environmental Impact Statement. Using the same words rearranged, a mandatory statement about the environmental impact of training exercises in the area. Something I'm quite sure they've been doing in these areas for a long time since they are shoreline areas.