Restoration Advisory Board (RAB)
NAS Jacksonville formed a Technical Review Committee (TRC) in 1989 to review recommendations for and monitor progress of the Naval Air Station (NAS) Jacksonville investigation and cleanup effort. The TRC consists of representatives from the Navy, United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP), and the local community.
The Restoration Advisory Board (RAB) was established in 1995 as a forum for communication between the community and decision-makers. The RAB absorbed the TRC and added more members from the community and local organizations. These people work together to monitor progress of the investigation and review remediation activities and recommendations at NAS Jacksonville. RAB meetings are held regularly, advertised, and are open to the public.
Details on the RAB, its meetings and membership can be obtained from the NAS Jacksonville Public Affairs Office.
Community Outreach Documents
Community and public outreach is an important activity that reinforces trust and confidence in the Navy and its people and educates the public about the capability, importance and value of today’s Navy.
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Naval Air Station Jacksonville
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