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Former Atlantic Fleet Weapons Training Area - Vieques

Environmental Restoration Program Public Website

Public Comment Period for Proposed Remedial Action Plan for UXO 16.1
November 9, 2022 - December 9, 2022 
Written Comment Card 
Submit comments to: kevin.r.cloe.civ@us.navy.mil 

Public Comment Period for Draft Final Site Management Plan FY2023
November 11, 2022 - December 10, 2022 
Draft Final Site Management Plan FY2023 
Submit comments to: kevin.r.cloe.civ@us.navy.mil 

Public Meeting - Proposed Remedial Action Plan for UXO 16.1
November 16, 2022
UXO 16.1 Proposed Remedial Action Plan | Plan Propuesto Para la Acción de Remediación de UXO 16.1

Restoration Advisory Board Site Visit
November 16, 2022
RAB Site Visit Information, Agenda, and Map

RAB Meeting #66
August 23, 2022

Virtual Public Meeting - Proposed Plan for UXO 17, PAOC EE
June 1, 2022 
UXO-17 PRAP (English)  |  UXO-17 PRAP (Spanish)

RAB Meeting #65
June 1, 2022
RAB Meeting Presentation
RAB Meeting Minutes

RAB Meeting #64
February 2, 2022
RAB Meeting Presentation
RAB Meeting Minutes

RAB Meeting #63
August 4, 2021
RAB Meeting Presentation
RAB Meeting Minutes (English) | RAB Meeting Minutes (Spanish)

RAB Meeting #62
February 17, 2021
RAB Meeting Presentation
RAB Meeting Minutes (English) | RAB Meeting Minutes (Spanish)

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For older RAB Meeting Minutes and Presentations, please visit the Community Outreach page of this website.

Background

Welcome to the website of the Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command Atlantic (NAVFAC Atlantic) for the former Vieques Naval Installation. The former Vieques Naval installation is a 23,000-acre facility located on Vieques Island, which is located off the southeast coast of the mainland of Puerto Rico.

The island was used for military training for members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. From the mid-1940s until 2003, more than 300,000 munitions items were fired during military training operations, including naval gunfire, air-to-ground bombing, and marine artillery fire. It is estimated that up to 9,000 acres of the property may contain munitions and munitions-related items.

It is important to the Navy that community members have access to accurate and timely information about the actions NAVFAC Atlantic in coordination with its agency partners is taking to implement the Environmental Restoration Program. The Navy is committed to protecting public health and the environment. This website is one of the ways the community can learn about environmental restoration activities on Vieques and participate in the decision-making process.

Fact Sheets

Click on a document link below to view fact sheets with important information and answers to frequently asked questions about the munitions cleanup in Vieques.

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