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1 .. Public Scoping Meeting

2 .. Public Scoping Meeting

3 .. Welcome to the Guam and CNMI Military Relocation (2012 Roadmap Adjustments) Supplemental EIS Open House Scoping Meetings

4 What to Expect at this Open House Welcome Looping Slide Presentation About NEPA/SEIS Process Background How We Got Here Comments Marine Corps Life Environmental Issues Proposed Action and Alternatives Learn about the proposed action Review the SEIS posters and handouts Ask questions and interact with subject matter experts Submit a comment form or provide oral comments to a typist All comments will become part of the public record and help the Department of the Navy make informed decisions. You have several opportunities to comment over the period of the SEIS. Written comments may be submitted online or by mail. All comments must be postmarked on or before December 10, 2012 Chamorro Standard Time.

5 Why is the Supplemental EIS Being Expanded? A supplement to a completed EIS is required when there are relevant and substantial changes in the proposed action or there are significant new circumstances Prior to April 2012, the SEIS only addressed the Live-Fire Training Range Complex (LFTRC) based on the following new circumstances: Commitments to 24/7 access to Pagat Village, Pagat Cave, and the existing trail to these sites LFTRC Surface Danger Zone reduction The expanded SEIS will also consider the main cantonment, including family housing, and associated impacts to infrastructure based on the additional new circumstances: Reduction in number of Marines to be relocated to Guam Longer timeline Additional LFTRC preliminary alternatives Northwest Field NCTS Finegayan/ South Fineygyan Andersen Air Force Base Naval Base Guam Apra Harbor Barrigada Route 15/ Andersen South Naval Munitions Site

6 From 2010 Record of Decision to Now There is a reduction in the number of Marines to be relocated to Guam Record of Decision (Sept 2010) 8,600 Marines and 9,000 September 2010 Family Members Programmatic Agreement (PA) and 24/7 Commitment March 2011 Department of Defense announced an adjustment to the agreement with Japan on April 27, 2012 Approximately 5,000 Marines and 1,300 family members will be relocated to Guam Live-Fire Training Range Complex Notice of Intent February 2012 LFTRC SEIS Scoping Meetings March Adjusted Laydown Agreement Approx 5,000 April 2012 Marines and 1,300 Family Members Expand LFTRC SEIS to include New Laydown April 2012 Notice of Intent for the Expanded SEIS October 2012 Scoping Meetings for SEIS November 2012

7 This SEIS will not analyze: Previous decisions about: - Air Combat Element at Andersen Air Force Base - Non Live-Fire Training at Andersen South - Wharf Improvements at Apra Harbor - Training on Tinian - Aircraft Carrier and Army Air and Missile Defense Emplacement

8 Existing Projects Underway to Support the USMC Relocation GUAM NORTHWEST FIELD (AAFB) NCTS FINEGAYAN Ritidian Point Andersen AFB North Access Gate * ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE (AAFB) PHILIPPINE SEA NAVAL HOSPITAL Route 11 Improvements * NAVAL BASE GUAM Proposed MWD Kennel Relocation * NIMITZ HILL APRA HARBOR Route 1/Route 4/Route 8 Intersection Improvements * Santa Rita SOUTH FINEGAYAN Route 1/Route 3 Intersection Improvements * Tumon Maui Well Project * Hagatna TUMON BAY Talimuning Dededo Wharf Improvements at SIERRA, TANGO, and UNIFORM Wharfs * NAVY AND AIR FORCE BARRIGADA Pati Point USMC Aviation Combat Element (ACE) at AAFB North Ramp * Air Mobility Command (AMC) Freight Operations Complex * DOD SANTA ROSA COMM ANNEX ANDERSEN SOUTH PACIFIC OCEAN NAVAL MAGAZINE (NAVMAG) DANDAN COMMUNICATIONS SITE Cocos Island NOTIONAL LAYOUT - FINAL DESIGN WILL BE REFINED THROUGH THE SEIS PROCESS USMC Relocation - Underway Projects and Plans Miles Kilometers Guam Highway Routes Existing Projects Underway Air Operations Road Improvements Airfield Surfaces DoD Properties Fena Valley Reservoir Other Land * Indicates Project (or part of project) is Underway (designed or under construction) Gated Site Access 10/30/2012 Utilities Coordinate System: UTM Zone 55 North Projection: Transverse Mercator Datum: D WGS 1984 Wharf Improvements Proposed Facility

9 Ranges What is an SEIS? EIS SEIS New Circumstances Notice of Intent to Prepare an SEIS October 12, 2012 The SEIS builds on the analysis in the original 2010 EIS It will present different or revised alternatives and analyze potential impacts This SEIS addresses live-fire training ranges on Guam, main cantonment, and associated infrastructure The SEIS will follow the same process as an EIS Start of Public Scoping Comment Period October 12, 2012 Public Scoping Meetings November 8-10, 2012 End of Public Scoping Comment Period December 10, 2012 Write the Draft SEIS Draft SEIS Published (2014) Begin Public Comment Period Public Meetings End of Public Comment Period Write the Final SEIS Final SEIS Published (2014) Begin 30-day waiting period Record of Decision (2015) Opportunity for Public Review and/or Input Implement the Action

10 We Want Your Comments on the Scope of the SEIS Your comments and participation in the SEIS process are essential What are the issues that are important to you? Are there other potential reasonable alternatives? Do you have other suggestions? Comments from previous Live-Fire Training Range Complex SEIS scoping period will be considered. The scoping report is now available online on the SEIS website. This open house is one of several opportunities to comment on the scope of the SEIS and allows for oneon-one discussions with Department of the Navy and Marine Corps representatives You can also submit comments online at Or by mail to: Joint Guam Program Office Forward P.O Santa Rita, Guam Comments must be postmarked on or before December 10, 2012 ChST

11 Live-Fire Training Range Complex is Required on Guam Individual Skills Training is Tied to Guam INDIVIDUAL SKILLS Live-Fire Non Live-Fire COLLECTIVE SKILLS COMBINED ARMS/ MANEUVER TRAINING Marine Corps Individual Training: Training requirements are mandated by Marine Corps training and readiness manuals Type of training planned for Guam is necessary to maintain the readiness of the relocating Marine forces Marines must be ready on a moment s notice

12 What Type of Training is Proposed? M16 SERVICE RIFLE M203 GRENADE LAUNCHER Length: inches Weight with 30 round magazine: 8.79 pounds Maximum effective range: Area target: 2,624.8 feet Point target: 1,804.5 feet M9 SERVICE PISTOL Launcher: 3 pounds Bore diameter: 40mm Maximum effective range: Area target: 1, feet Point target: feet Maximum range: 1,312.4 feet M67 FRAGMENTATION GRENADE Length: 8.54 inches, Width: 1.50 inches, Height: 5.51 inches Barrel length: 4.92 inches Weight fully loaded: 2.55 pounds Maximum effective range: feet Magazine capacity: 15 rounds M249 SAW Length: 3.53 inches Weight: 14 ounces Diameter: 2.5 inches Filling: Composition B Casualty radius: 15 meters Average throwing distance: meters M240G MEDIUM MACHINE GUN Length: inches Weight with bipod and tools: pounds 200-round box magazine: 6.92 pounds Bore diameter: 5.56mm Magazine effective range: 3281 feet for an area target Maximum range: 2.23 miles Length: 47.5 inches Weight: 24.2 pounds Bore diameter: 7.62mm Magazine effective range: 1.1 miles on tripod mount Maximum range: 2.31 miles M2 HEAVY MACHINE GUN Length: inches Weight of gun: 84 pounds, Weight of M3 Tripod: 44 pounds Bore diameter:.5 inches Magazine effective range: 2,000 meters with tripod mount Maximum range: 4.22 miles

13 Safety Is Paramount Range Control Guard Tower USMC Range Safety Pocket Guide Road Guard Safety Briefs Multiple safety precautions are taken when ranges are in use Range control monitors the area Firing occurs only when it has been verified that the area is clear RANGE FLAGS RANGE COACH Impact Berm RANGE SAFETY OFFICER Range operations are carefully supervised Firing Range Range berm and backstop Range Managers Toolkit

14 Develop a Live-Fire Training Range Complex that Supports USMC Training Requirements Multipurpose Machine Gun Range Rifle Qualification Range Pistol Qualification Range Non Standard Small Arms Range Modified Record of Fire Range Hand Grenade Range Associated infrastructure and facilities (e.g., roads, buildings, utilities, magazines [if displaced])

15 Live-Fire Training Range Complex Preliminary Alternatives Overview of Guam Preliminary Live-Fire Training Range Complex Alternatives PHILIPPINE SEA NCTS FINEGAYAN SOUTH FINEGAYAN NAVAL HOSPITAL NORTHWEST FIELD (AAFB) ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE (AAFB) DOD SANTA ROSA COMM ANNEX NAVAL BASE GUAM APRA HEIGHTS NIMITZ HILL APRA HARBOR SASA VALLEY TANK FARM NAVY AND AIR FORCE BARRIGADA ANDERSEN SOUTH PACIFIC OCEAN NAVAL MAGAZINE (NAVMAG) TENJO VISTA TANK FARM DANDAN COMMUNICATIONS SITE PRELIMINARY ALTERNATIVES FOR LIVE-FIRE TRAINING RANGE COMPLEX - FINAL DESIGN WILL BE REVISED THROUGH THE SEIS PROCESS Guam Highway Routes Airfield Surfaces Other DoD Properties Other Land Live Fire Training Range Complex (LFTRC) Preliminary Alternatives LFTRC - AAFB NW Field LFTRC - NCTS Finegayan LFTRC - NAVMAG East-West LFTRC - NAVMAG L-Shape LFTRC - NAVMAG North-South LFTRC - Route 15 (A) LFTRC - Route 15 (B) Miles Kilometers /26/2012

16 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 Feet Live-Fire Training Range Complex Preliminary Alternatives Route 15A and Route 15B Route 15 Option A Preliminary LFTRC Alternative - Route 15 (A) Andersen South DoD Property Boundaries Notional Land Acquisition Highways Realigned Route 15 DoD area required for LFTRC LFTRC - Potential SDZ Area LFTRC - Potential Ranges Cultural Landmarks Pagat Trail Non-DoD Land Required - Route 15 Option A: GOVGUAM: 810 acres* PRIVATE: 0 acres* Other**: 0 acres* TOTAL: 810 acres* Pagat Trail Pagat Cave & Village Marbo Cave Pagat Point * Please note, these figures are for estimating purposes only using best available data, at this time. All figures are subject to change and may vary due to numerous reasons including but not limited to topography, subdivisions, historical/cultural impacts, current uses and change in mission. While the information is deemed accurate, it is in no way legally binding nor shall it provide any rights to seek a legal claim against the Government. ** Other land includes land of unknown ownership and non-dod federal land. Navy Barrigada 0 1,000 2,000 Feet Meters /26/2012 GUAM NOTIONAL LAYOUT - FINAL DESIGN WILL BE REFINED THROUGH THE SEIS PROCESS Route 15 Option B Preliminary LFTRC Alternative - Route 15 (B) Andersen South DoD Property Boundaries Notional Land Acquisition Highways LFTRC - Potential SDZ Area LFTRC - Potential Ranges Cultural Landmarks Pagat Trail Navy Barrigada Pagat Trail Pagat Cave & Village Marbo Cave Pagat Point Non-DoD Land Required - Route 15 Option B: GOVGUAM: 708 acres* PRIVATE: 565 acres* Other**: 5 acres* TOTAL: 1278 acres* * Please note, these figures are for estimating purposes only using best available data, at this time. All figures are subject to change and may vary due to numerous reasons including but not limited to topography, subdivisions, historical/cultural impacts, current uses and change in mission. While the information is deemed accurate, it is in no way legally binding nor shall it provide any rights to seek a legal claim against the Government. ** Other land includes land of unknown ownership and non-dod federal land. Meters ,000 10/26/2012 GUAM NOTIONAL LAYOUT - FINAL DESIGN WILL BE REFINED THROUGH THE SEIS PROCESS The Route 15 alternatives have been adjusted from those shown in the 2010 EIS

17 0 2,000 4,000 Feet Meters , ,000 4,000 Feet Meters ,000 Live-Fire Training Range Complex Preliminary Alternatives NAVMAG L-Shape and NAVMAG North-South NAVMAG L-Shape Preliminary LFTRC Alternative - NAVMAG L-Shape Santa Rita Community Apra Heights Main Gate DoD Property Boundaries Notional Land Acquisition Highways Potential Access Road Options^ LFTRC - Potential SDZ Area LFTRC - Potential Ranges Cultural Landmarks Existing Hiking Trail Fena Valley Reservoir Naval Magazine (NAVMAG) Fena Cave Fena Valley Reservoir ^ Road access to the ranges under this option have not yet been determined. Non-DoD Land Required - NAVMAG L-Shape: GOVGUAM: 148 acres* PRIVATE: 526 acres* Other**: 23 acres* TOTAL: 697 acres* * Please note, these figures are for estimating purposes only using best available data, at this time. All figures are subject to change and may vary due to numerous reasons including but not limited to topography, subdivisions, historical/cultural impacts, current uses and change in mission. While the information is deemed accurate, it is in no way legally binding nor shall it provide any rights to seek a legal claim against the Government. Mount Lamlam ** Other land includes land of unknown ownership and non-dod federal land. Mount Jumullong Manglo Talofofo Falls 10/26/2012 NOTIONAL LAYOUT - FINAL DESIGN WILL BE REFINED THROUGH THE SEIS PROCESS Dandan Communications Site GUAM NAVMAG North-South Preliminary LFTRC Alternative - NAVMAG North-South Santa Rita Community Apra Heights Main Gate Naval Magazine (NAVMAG) Fena Cave DoD Property Boundaries Notional Land Acquisition Highways LFTRC - Potential SDZ Area LFTRC - Potential Ranges Cultural Landmarks Existing Hiking Trail Fena Valley Reservoir Non-DoD Land Required - NAVMAG North-South: GOVGUAM: 0 acres* PRIVATE: 47 acres* Other**: less than 1 acre* TOTAL: 47 acres* Fena Valley Reservoir * Please note, these figures are for estimating purposes only using best available data, at this time. All figures are subject to change and may vary due to numerous reasons including but not limited to topography, subdivisions, historical/cultural impacts, current uses and change in mission. While the information is deemed accurate, it is in no way legally binding nor shall it provide any rights to seek a legal claim against the Government. Mount Lamlam ** Other land includes land of unknown ownership and non-dod federal land. Mount Jumullong Manglo Talofofo Falls 10/26/2012 NOTIONAL LAYOUT - FINAL DESIGN WILL BE REFINED THROUGH THE SEIS PROCESS Dandan Communications Site GUAM Orote Point: Magazine Relocation NOTIONAL LAYOUT-NOT A FINAL DESIGN TO BE REFINED THROUGH THE SEIS PROCESS New magazines would be relocated around existing magazines and other planned magazines

18 0 2,000 4,000 Feet Live-Fire Training Range Complex Preliminary Alternatives NAVMAG East-West and Road Options NAVMAG East-West and Road Options Preliminary LFTRC Alternative - NAVMAG East-West Santa Rita Community Apra Heights Main Gate Naval Magazine (NAVMAG) Fena Cave DoD Property Boundaries Notional Land Acquisition Highways Potential Access Road Options^ LFTRC - Potential SDZ Area LFTRC - Potential Ranges Cultural Landmarks Existing Hiking Trail Fena Valley Reservoir ^ Road access to the ranges under this option have not yet been determined. Non-DoD Land Required - NAVMAG East-West: GOVGUAM: 327 acres* PRIVATE: 1307 acres* Other**: 34 acres* TOTAL: 1668 acres* Mount Lamlam Mount Jumullong Manglo Fena Valley Reservoir Talofofo Falls * Please note, these figures are for estimating purposes only using best available data, at this time. All figures are subject to change and may vary due to numerous reasons including but not limited to topography, subdivisions, historical/cultural impacts, current uses and change in mission. While the information is deemed accurate, it is in no way legally binding nor shall it provide any rights to seek a legal claim against the Government. ** Other land includes land of unknown ownership and non-dod federal land. Meters ,000 NOTIONAL LAYOUT - FINAL DESIGN WILL BE REFINED THROUGH THE SEIS PROCESS Dandan Communications Site GUAM 10/26/2012

19 0 1,000 2,000 Feet Live-Fire Training Range Complex Preliminary Alternatives Finegayan and Northwest Field Finegayan Preliminary LFTRC Alternative - NCTS Finegayan DOD Property Boundaries Notional Land Aquisition Guam Highway Routes LFTRC - Potential SDZ Area LFTRC - Potential Ranges SCUBA Dive Sites North Caves & Double Reef AAFB NW Field Non-DoD Land Required - NCTS Finegayan: GOVGUAM: 99 acres* PRIVATE: 0 acres* Other**: 0 acres* TOTAL: 99 acres* The Pinnacle NCTS Finegayan Potts Junction AAFB * Please note, these figures are for estimating purposes only using best available data, at this time. All figures are subject to change and may vary due to numerous reasons including but not limited to topography, subdivisions, historical/cultural impacts, current uses and change in mission. While the information is deemed accurate, it is in no way legally binding nor shall it provide any rights to seek a legal claim against the Government. Haputo Bay ** Other land includes land of unknown ownership and non-dod federal land. Dolphins Point 0 1,000 2,000 Feet Meters /26/2012 Sharks Hole Reef NOTIONAL LAYOUT - FINAL DESIGN WILL BE REFINED THROUGH THE SEIS PROCESS GUAM Northwest Field Preliminary LFTRC Alternative - AAFB NW Field DOD Property Boundaries Notional Land Acquisition Guam Highway Routes LFTRC - Potential SDZ Area LFTRC - Potential Ranges Regional Training Center (PRTC) USFWS Ritidian Point NWR Non-DoD Land Required - AAFB NW Field: GOVGUAM: 0 acres* PRIVATE: 0 acres* Other**: 239 acres* TOTAL: 239 acres* USFWS Ritidian Point National Wildlife Refuge * Please note, these figures are for estimating purposes only using best available data, at this time. All figures are subject to change and may vary due to numerous reasons including but not limited to topography, subdivisions, historical/cultural impacts, current uses and change in mission. While the information is deemed accurate, it is in no way legally binding nor shall it provide any rights to seek a legal claim against the Government. ** Other land includes land of unknown ownership and non-dod federal land. PRTC AAFB NW Field Meters /26/2012 GUAM NOTIONAL LAYOUT - FINAL DESIGN WILL BE REFINED THROUGH THE SEIS PROCESS AAFB Munitions Storage Area

20 Develop a Main Cantonment for Marines to Live and Work Main Cantonment Components Include: 1. Operational Facilities 2. Base Operation Support Facilities 3. Family and Bachelor Housing 4. Quality of Life and Recreational Facilities

21 Requirements for Development of Main Cantonment Preliminary Alternatives 1. Operational - Single location - Preserve operational relationships and interdependencies - Consolidate common supply, service, and maintenance functions 2. Training - Close to Main Base - Contiguous Arrangement 3. Quality of Life - Collocated with Main Base if possible, Close to Main base - Standard Housing Density - Bachelor housing Live where you work - Unaccompanied and Rotational Personnel Walking access to QOL, retail, recreation 4. Enduring Base - 50 years - Meet Basic Facility Requirements - Meet or exceed LEED silver - Include adequate Green/Smart growth and comply with Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection Standoff Distances

22 Main Cantonment Preliminary Alternatives Overview of Guam Preliminary Main Cantonment Alternatives PHILIPPINE SEA NORTHWEST FIELD (AAFB) NCTS FINEGAYAN SOUTH FINEGAYAN NAVAL HOSPITAL ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE (AAFB) DOD SANTA ROSA COMM ANNEX NAVAL BASE GUAM APRA HEIGHTS APRA HARBOR NAVAL MAGAZINE (NAVMAG) NIMITZ HILL SASA VALLEY TANK FARM TENJO VISTA TANK FARM DANDAN COMMUNICATION SITE ANDERSEN SOUTH NAVY AND AIR FORCE BARRIGADA PACIFIC OCEAN PRELIMINARY ALTERNATIVES FOR MAIN CANTONMENT - FINAL DESIGN WILL BE REVISED THROUGH THE SEIS PROCESS Guam Highway Routes Airfield Surfaces Preliminary Main Cantonment Alternatives Other DoD Properties Fena Valley Reservoir Other Land Miles Kilometers /26/2012

23 0 1,000 2,000 Feet Main Cantonment Preliminary Alternatives Andersen AFB and Barrigada Andersen AFB Preliminary Main Cantonment Alternative - Andersen Air Force Base Guam Highway Routes Preliminary Main Cantonment Alternative DOD Property Boundaries AAFB Munitions Storage Area Andersen Air Force Base Meters /25/2012 GUAM NOTIONAL LAYOUT - FINAL DESIGN WILL BE REFINED THROUGH THE SEIS PROCESS Barrigada Preliminary Main Cantonment Alternative - Navy and Air Force Barrigada Won-Pat Intl. Airport Guam Highway Routes Preliminary Main Cantonment Alternative DOD Property Boundaries Navy Barrigada GUARNG Nimitz Golf Course AF Barrigada 0 1,000 2,000 Feet Meters /25/2012 GUAM NOTIONAL LAYOUT - FINAL DESIGN WILL BE REFINED THROUGH THE SEIS PROCESS

24 0 1,000 2,000 Feet Main Cantonment Preliminary Alternatives NCTS Finegayan NCTS Finegayan Preliminary Main Cantonment Alternative - NCTS Finegayan Guam Highway Routes Preliminary Main Cantonment Alternative DoD Property Boundaries SCUBA Dive Sites North Caves & Double Reef AAFB NW Field The Pinnacle AAFB NCTS Finegayan Potts Junction Haputo Bay Dolphins Point Dededo South Finegayan Meters /25/2012 GUAM NOTIONAL LAYOUT - FINAL DESIGN WILL BE REFINED THROUGH THE SEIS PROCESS

25 0 1,000 2,000 Feet 0 1,000 2,000 Feet Meters Main Cantonment Preliminary Alternatives NCTS Finegayan/ South Finegayan and Naval Base Guam NCTS Finegayan (main cantonment)/south Finegayan Navy Housing (family housing) Preliminary Main Cantonment Alternative - NCTS Finegayan (Main Cantonment)/South Finegayan Navy Housing (Family Housing) Guam Highway Routes Preliminary Main Cantonment Alternative DoD Property Boundaries SCUBA Dive Sites AAFB NW Field North Caves & Double Reef The Pinnacle AAFB NCTS Finegayan Potts Junction Haputo Bay Dolphins Point Dededo South Finegayan Meters /25/2012 GUAM Naval Base Guam NOTIONAL LAYOUT - FINAL DESIGN WILL BE REFINED THROUGH THE SEIS PROCESS Preliminary Main Cantonment Alternative - Naval Base Guam Glass Breakwater Commerical Port Guam Highway Routes Preliminary Main Cantonment Alternative DOD Property Boundaries Dry Dock Island Outer Apra Harbor Sasa Valley Tank Farm Polaris Point Naval Base Guam Inner Apra Harbor Tenjo Vista Tank Farm 10/25/2012 Apra Heights GUAM NOTIONAL LAYOUT - FINAL DESIGN WILL BE REFINED THROUGH THE SEIS PROCESS

26 Land Estimated amount of non-dod property identified: Live-Fire Training Range Complex: Route 15 Option A: GOVGUAM: 810 acres* PRIVATE: 0 acres* Other**: 0 acres* TOTAL: 810 acres* Route 15 Option B: GOVGUAM: 704 acres* Private: 275 acres* Other**: 287 acres* TOTAL: 1266 acres* NAVMAG North/South: GOVGUAM: 0 acres* Private: 47 acres* Other**: less than 1 acre* TOTAL: 47 acres* NAVMAG East/West: GOVGUAM: 327 acres* Private: 1307 acres* Other**: 34 acres* TOTAL: 1668 acres* NCTS Finegayan: GOVGUAM: 99 acres* Private: 0 acres* Other**: 0 acres* TOTAL: 99 acres* Northwest Field: GOVGUAM: 0 acres* Private: 0 acres* Other**: 239 acres* TOTAL: 239 acres* NAVMAG "L": GOVGUAM: 148 acres* Private: 526 acres* Other**: 23 acres* TOTAL: 697 acres* Main Cantonment: Currently not anticipating a need for any non-dod land for the main cantonment alternatives. * Please note, these figures are for estimating purposes only using best available data, at this time. All figures are subject to change and may vary due to numerous reasons including but not limited to topography, subdivisions, historical/cultural impacts, current uses and change in mission. While the information is deemed accurate, it is in no way legally binding nor shall it provide any rights to seek a legal claim against the Government. ** Other land includes land of unknown ownership or non-dod federal land.

27 Photo courtesy of Anne Brooke Environmental Planning The Navy and Marine Corps are committed to managing impacts by: AVOIDING We plan and design to avoid impacts to significant resources in the selected location MINIMIZING If we can t avoid the resources, we try to lessen the impact MITIGATING If we can t avoid or minimize, action is taken to offset the impact

28 Photo courtesy of Anne Brooke Photo courtesy of Anne Brooke Resource Areas in the SEIS Potential impacts to applicable resource areas will be thoroughly evaluated including: - CULTURAL RESOURCES - NATURAL RESOURCES - NOISE - WATERSHED - TRAFFIC - UTILITIES - GEOLOGY & SOILS - SOLID WASTE - HAZARDOUS WASTE - AIR QUALITY - SOCIOECONOMICS - PUBLIC HEALTH - RECREATION - VISUAL RESOURCES - AIRSPACE Cumulative impacts of other independent actions will also be addressed.

29 home addresses be withheld from public disclosure, which will be honored to the extent allowable by law. If you do not want your name publicly posted, please create a nickname in the SEIS User Name field which we can use to identify your comment publically. All submissions from organizations or businesses, and from individuals or officials representing organizations or businesses, will be made available for public inspection in their entirety. Privacy Act Statement IF YOU DO NOT CREATE A USER NAME, WE MAY POST YOUR NAME ON THE PROJECT WEB SITE ALONG WITH YOUR COMMENT. We will only use your other contact information to communicate with you as it relates to the SEIS. We will only share the information you give us with another government agency if your inquiry relates to that agency, or as otherwise required by law. While you must provide a valid address or postal address, we recommend that you do NOT include any personally identifying information such as social security numbers, etc. We will not post any content that is offensive in nature, including profanity, personal attacks on any individuals, expressions of racism, or use of abusive language. Title (circle one): Mr. Ms. Dr. First Name: Last Name: Check here if you wish to be included on future notices related to the SEIS Preferred Contact (check one or both): Address Mailing Address Mailing Address: Street 1: Street 2: City/Town: State/Territory: Zip Code: Organization: SEIS User Name (see top paragraph for explanation): Topic of Comment: Date: Check here if you believe the information you are submitting is sensitive and should not be made available to the public. Leave your comment in the space provided: How Can I Provide Scoping Comments? At this meeting: Fill out a comment form and return it before the end of the meeting Guam and CNMI Military Relocation (2012 Roadmap Adjustments) Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS) Scoping Comment Form Written comments become part of the public record associated with this proposed action. Individual respondents may request that their name and/or Comment Sheet After this meeting: Mail comments to: Joint Guam Program Office Forward P.O Santa Rita, Guam Submit comments electronically at Comments must be postmarked on or before December 10, 2012 Chamorro Standard Time

30 Naval Base Guam Dry Dock Island Polaris Point Tenjo Vista & Sasa Valley Apra Heights & New Apra Heights Naval Munitions Site Naval Hospital Guam International Airport Airforce Barrigada South Finegayan NCTS Barrigada NCTS Finegayan Andersen South Potts Junction Andersen AFB Andersen AFB Mt Santa Rosa Airspace GUAM SEIS LFTRC - SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE OVERVIEW NOTIONAL LAYOUT - NOT A FINAL DESIGN TO BE REFINED THROUGH THE SEIS PROCESS LFTRC - Northwest Field Impact to GUM RWY 24 Instrument Approaches Impact to GUM RWY 06 Departures Impact to AAFB Landing/Drop Zones, Radar Traffic Pattern & North Point Recovery LFTRC - NCTS Finegayan Impact to GUM RWY 06 Departure Impact to AAFB RWY 06 Instrument Approaches Impact to AAFB RWY 24 Missed Approach Procedures Impact to AAFB RWY 24 Departure Procedures Impact to GUM-AAFB Coordination Procedures!" 9!" 3!" 1!" 15 Tumon Bay Agana Bay!" 1 Apra Harbor Sasa Bay!" 4!" 15 LFTRC - Route 15 Option A Impact to GUM RWY 06 Departure Procedures Impact to GUM RWY 06 Missed Approach Procedures Impact to GUM RWY 24 Instrument Approaches LFTRC - Route 15 Option B LFTRC - Naval Munitions Site North/South Pago Bay GUM Class D Airspace Penetration Impact to GUM RWY 06 Departure Procedures Impact to GUM RWY 06 Missed Approach Procedures Impact to GUM RWY 24 Instrument Approaches Impact to GUM RWY 06 Instrument Agat Approaches Impact to GUM RWY 24 Departures Impact to Standard Flight Paths Bay and Patterns Impact to Procedural Turn Area Impact to Published Holding Patterns!" 5!" 17 LFTRC - Naval Munitions Site L Shaped Impact to GUM RWY 06 Instrument Approaches Impact to GUM RWY 24 Departures Impact to Standard Flight Paths and Patterns Impact to Procedural Turn Area Impact to Published Holding Patterns LFTRC - Naval!" 4 Munitions Site East/West Impact to GUM RWY 06 Instrument Approaches Impact to GUM RWY 24 Departures Impact to Standard Flight Paths and Patterns Impact to Procedural Turn Area Impact to Published Holding Patterns Notional Special Use Airspace Boundaries!" 2 Class D Airspace LFTRC - Potential SDZs Cocos Lagoon 0 LFTRC - Potential Ranges 2 4 Miles Kilometers /30/2012