The rugged, beautiful Washington Coast and the rainforests of the Olympic Peninsula will soon be the site of War Games conducted by the United States Military. In 2015, the United States plans to test and refine our ability to use and maintain electromagnetic weapons in our National Forest lands. Pumping radiation out of towers at 14 locations, including stations on the Quinault, Queets, Hoh rivers and rain forests, the US military is saying that there is little to no risk to humans or large animals in the region.
The Navy will consider citizen input to it's dangerous plant tonight (October 13, 2014) and then will go ahead with its plans to endanger wildlife, plant life, human life all in the name of testing weapons. This is in the Hoh Rainforest folks. One of the last pristine rainforests on the West Coast of the US. Can it be?
"The Navy's environmental assessment, which includes plans for protecting people and large animals, found no significant impact from the $11.5 million warfare training project, planned to be operational on the West End by September 2015."
Comments can be sent here: https://cara.ecosystem-management.org/Public/CommentInput?Project=42759
and here to the US forest Service: firstname.lastname@example.org
If the above comment website is down go here: http://data.ecosystem-management.org/nepaweb/nepa_project_exp.php?project=42759.
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