Environmental Program
Marine Corps Base Camp Blaz Environmental Program Public Source Documents



environmental stewardship and cultural preservation


The natural environment is a key asset to the mission of Marine Corps Base Camp Blaz. Marine Corps Base Camp Blaz will implement good stewardship principles to protect Guam's environmental resources. Camp Blaz will incorporate compliance, best management practices, and consider the interests of the local community into mission execution. 

To this end, Marine Corps Base Camp Blaz will always strive to protect and preserve the land, water, air, and cultural resources within our cognizance by doing the following with transparency:
• Complying with all applicable environmental legislation, regulations and policy
• Implementing pollution prevention through source reduction and recycling
• Conserving natural resources and preserving cultural resources
• Implementing sustainability initiatives
• Minimizing risk to mission
• Conducting appropriate review of potential environmental impacts of all Federal actions

Operational readiness is the hallmark of the Marine Corps and environmental compliance is the key to sustaining and enhancing mission readiness and access to training environments. 

Marine Corps Base Camp Blaz Environmental (MCBCB EV) Pre-construction “G” Submittal Tracker

Contractor Checklist for DoD DPRI Projects on Guam

Guam EPA - Environmental Summit Slides, November 4, 2022

GEPA MILCON Design Review Checklist



This environmental reference collection has been compiled to aid the public in reviewing our key legally-enforceable documents resulting from statutory or regulatory process as well as other policies that inform Camp Blaz decision-making. Although the documents are not meant to be an exhaustive library, we will endeavor to regularly update the collection over time as more agreements or consultations with relevant agencies are completed.

 
Marine relocation executive reference collection
Topic of Interest Reference Title Chapter/Section*
  • Range Purpose/Need
  • Range Alternatives/Selection
  • Range Orientation/Layout
  • Off-shore Fishing Impacts
2015 Final Supplemental 
EIS
LFTRC Alts (2/57-91), Land & Submerged Land Use (5/342-346), Recreational Resources
(5/346-349)
2015  Record of Decision Entire (1-28)
2013  LFTRC Alt
Analysis Report
Entire (1/1-8, 2/1-21, 3/1-27)
  • Access to Cultural Sites
2014  Public Access Plan Entire excl sites, PA
& appendices (1-10)
2011 Programmatic Agreement Entire excl signatures (1-37)
  • Protection of Native Threatened & Endangered Species/Habitat
2020 Biological Opinion
Annual Report
Entire (1-19)
2017
Biological Opinion
Conservation Measures (35-50, 143-145)
2015
Biological Opinion
Conservation Measures (36-46, 157-159, 163, App B)
2015
GMK MOA Amendment
Entire (1-2)
  • Socioeconomics
2015 Final
SEIS App D (SIAS)
EXSUM (ES1-11)
  • Historic Preservation/ Cultural Resources Impacts/ Mitigation
2015 Training Range
Review & Analysis
LFTRC Alts (11-76)
2015 Range
Mitigation Plan
Entire (1-12, App A, App B)
2011 Programmatic Agreement Entire excl signatures (1-37)
  • Guam Cultural Repository
2015 EAC
Implementation Plan
EXSUM (4), Projects (4-5),
Mitigation Details (24-29)
 
  • SDZ Establishment
2014 Guam Military
Training & Readiness Act
Entire (1-5)
  • Other Commitments
2013 CMCC
Operating Charte
Entire excl signatures & appendices (1-18)
2011 GBU
Four Pillars Letter
Entire (1)
  • Summary of Public Concerns
2017 Resolution
228-34
Entire (1-5)
2017 Bordallo-SECDEF Letter Entire (1-3)
  • (NEW!) Endangered Species Act Compliance
20JUL22 Navy Response to NOI to Sue under ESA Entire (1)
2022 Joint Region Marianas Integrated Natural Resources Management Plan Entire (1-960)
Navy 2021 Annual Report for Relocation Biological Opinion (BO) Entire (1-17)
Navy 2020 Annual Report for Relocation Biological Opinion (BO) Entire (1-23)
2020 FWS Response to 2018 Navy Reinitiation of Relocation Biological Opinion (BO) Entire (1-10)
Navy 2019 Annual Report for Relocation Biological Opinion (BO) Annual Report (1-14)
Navy 2018 Annual Report for Relocation Biological Opinion (BO) Entire (1-19)
2018 FWS Response to 2018 Navy Reinitiation of Relocation Biological Opinion (BO) Entire (1-7)
Navy 2017 Annual Report for Relocation Biological Opinion (BO) Entire (1-3)
Navy 2016 Annual report for Relocation Biological Opinion (BO) ‚ÄčEntire (1)
2015 Navy-Fish and Wildlife Service Guam Micronesia Kingfisher MOA (as amended) Entire (1-11)
Additional Resources: 2010 Final EIS EXSUM (ES1-59)
2010
Record of Decision
Summ, Public Involvment, LFTRC Alts (1-22), Impacts (32-75), Comment Response (106-108), Trg Rqmts (122-141)