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This page is an archive of the Land Acquisition/Airspace Establishment Project.
Current information can be found at Government and External Affairs.

 

Land Acquisition / Airspace Establishment Study - Press Releases

 

24 Aug 2016 Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement
20 Aug 2016 Announcement Regarding Land Use in the Johnson Valley Area
23 June 2016 Johnson Valley Shared Use Area Temporarily Closed to the Public August 14-21, 2016
03 June 2016 Public Meeting Regarding Land Use in the Johnson Valley Area
06 Jan 2016 Resource Management Group Meeting Regarding Land Use in the Johnson Valley Area
   
21 Oct 2015 Resource Management Group Meeting Regarding Land Use in the Johnson Valley Area
07 July 2015 MCAGCC to Conduct First Large-Scale Exercise in Shared Use Area
   
22 Aug 2014 Site Visit to Discuss Locations of Military Training in Johnson Valley's Shared Use Area
05 Aug 2014 Resource Management Group Meeting Regarding Land Use Changes in the Johnson Valley Area
18 April 2014  Information Meeting Regarding Land Use Changes in the Johnson Valley Area
   
16 Oct 2012 New Website for Marine Training Land, Airspace Acquisition Project
19 Sep 2012 Record of Decision (ROD) Publication Schedule
27 July 2012 Final Environmental Impact Statement Released
   
24 Feb 2011 Draft Environmental Impact Statement Available for Review
   
15 Sep 2010 Bureau of Land Management Seeks Comments on Proposed Marine Corps Withdrawal 
26 Jan 2010 Navy Requests Partial Cancellation for Marine Corps Land Withdrawal
   
23 Nov 2009 Study of Reasonable Alternatives for Potential Land Acquisition and Airspace
   
01 Dec 2008 Scoping Meetings Scheduled for Proposed 29 Palms Marine Base (MCAGCC) Expansion
25 Nov 2008 Open Houses for Proposed Land Expansion
15 Sep 2008 Public Meetings Planned for Twentynine Palms Marine Corps Withdrawal Application
18 Aug 2008 USMC Submits Withdrawal application to Bureau of Land Management
Aug 2008 Marine Corps to Study Potential Land Acquisition

 

 

Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms